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CES students sharpen reading skills

Campbellsville Elementary School students are working hard to sharpen their reading skills.

 

Each day, students work in small groups with their teachers to read together and discuss stories, write sight words and more.

 

Classroom and activity teachers work with students, in addition to instructional assistants.

 

CES physical education teacher Lynn Kearney works with second-graders Tina Jiang, at left, and Bryant Mayo to learn words that contain “oil,” “ound” and “ow.”

CES physical education teacher Lynn Kearney works with second-graders Tina Jiang, at left, and Bryant Mayo to learn words that contain “oil,” “ound” and “ow.”

 

CES physical education teacher Lynn Kearney works with second-graders to learn words that contain “oil,” “ound” and “ow.”

CES physical education teacher Lynn Kearney works with second-graders to learn words that contain “oil,” “ound” and “ow.”

 

CES physical education teacher Lynn Kearney works with second-graders Bryant Mayo, at left, and Tina Jiang to learn words that contain “oil,” “ound” and “ow.”

CES physical education teacher Lynn Kearney works with second-graders Bryant Mayo, at left, and Tina Jiang to learn words that contain “oil,” “ound” and “ow.”

 

CES second-graders Bryant Mayo, at left, and Tina Jiang read “The Mysterious Animal Tracks.”

CES second-graders Bryant Mayo, at left, and Tina Jiang read “The Mysterious Animal Tracks.”

 

CES teacher Tracey Rinehart talks to her students about how to write a contraction for the phrase “that is.”

CES teacher Tracey Rinehart talks to her students about how to write a contraction for the phrase “that is.”

 

CES teacher Tracey Rinehart reads “A New Friend” with, from left, Eric Mixtega, Carter Wethington, Amylah Taylor and Jacob Hernandez.

CES teacher Tracey Rinehart reads “A New Friend” with, from left, Eric Mixtega, Carter Wethington, Amylah Taylor and Jacob Hernandez.

 

CES second-graders Eric Mixtega, at left, and Carter Wethington read “A New Friend.”

CES second-graders Eric Mixtega, at left, and Carter Wethington read “A New Friend.”





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