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CES students use technology

Campbellsville Elementary School students are using technology in their classrooms.

 

CES teacher Beverly Knifley visits classrooms each day and helps them use tablets to sharpen their reading skills.

 

Recently, Miriah Cox’s first-grade students used the tablets to learn via the Lexia program.

 

Lexia and Reading Plus are technology-based reading programs that help increase reading proficiency for pre-kindergarten students through high school seniors.

 

CES first-grader NyJah Vaught opens his tablet.

CES first-grader NyJah Vaught opens his tablet.

 

CES first-grader Demarcus Noyola smiles as he turns on his tablet.

CES first-grader Demarcus Noyola smiles as he turns on his tablet.

 

CES first-graders Briley Sapp, at left, and Demarcus Noyola are excited when their tablets are turned on.

CES first-graders Briley Sapp, at left, and Demarcus Noyola are excited when their tablets are turned on.

 

CES first-graders Gabriella Tate, at left, and Tristian Harris open their tablets.

CES first-graders Gabriella Tate, at left, and Tristian Harris open their tablets.

 

CES first-grader Jewell Brewster types her username as she logs on her tablet.

CES first-grader Jewell Brewster types her username as she logs on her tablet.

 

CES first-grader LeeAnna Garvin logs on to the Lexia program.

CES first-grader LeeAnna Garvin logs on to the Lexia program.

 

CES teacher Beverly Knifley helps first-graders turn on their tablets.

CES teacher Beverly Knifley helps first-graders turn on their tablets.

 

CES first-grader Carol Moura uses the Lexia program.

CES first-grader Carol Moura uses the Lexia program.

 

CES first-grader LeeAnna Garvin uses the Lexia program.

CES first-grader LeeAnna Garvin uses the Lexia program.

 

CES first-graders Justice Nelson, at left, and Dyra Welch log on to their tablets.

CES first-graders Justice Nelson, at left, and Dyra Welch log on to their tablets.





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