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CES students named Academic Achievers

Campbellsville Elementary School students were recently named academic achievers and honored at the Campbellsville Board of Education regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 13.

 

CES Principal Ricky Hunt made the presentations.

 

Hunt said the students were chosen for the awards based on their scores on the Measures of Academic Progress exam.

 

Based on those scores, he said, the students are projected to receive proficient or distinguished scores on K-PREP tests.

 

“So we know these students are there,” he said. “They will be community leaders.”

 

Students honored include:

 

Kindergarten

 

Aleeya Spaulding – who has the highest MAP math score in her grade level.

 

Keagan Shearer – who has the highest MAP reading score in his grade level.

 

First Grade

 

Izzy Brunelle – who has the highest MAP math score in her grade level.

 

Aaron Floyd – who has the highest MAP reading score in his grade level.

 

Second Grade

 

Sophia Santos – who has the highest gain in MAP scores in her grade level.

 

Cayton Lawhorn – who has the highest MAP math and reading scores in his grade level.

 

Third Grade

 

Gracie Pendleton – who has the highest MAP reading score in her grade level.

 

Aidan Phillips – who has the highest MAP math score in his grade level.

 

Campbellsville Elementary School students were recently named academic achievers and honored at the Campbellsville Board of Education regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 13. Students honored include, from left, front, first-graders Aaron Floyd and Izzy Brunelle and kindergarteners Keagan Shearer and Aleeya Spaulding. Back, third-graders Aidan Phillips and Gracie Pendleton and second-graders Cayton Lawhorn and Sophie Santos.

Campbellsville Elementary School students were recently named academic achievers and honored at the Campbellsville Board of Education regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 13. Students honored include, from left, front, first-graders Aaron Floyd and Izzy Brunelle and kindergarteners Keagan Shearer and Aleeya Spaulding. Back, third-graders Aidan Phillips and Gracie Pendleton and second-graders Cayton Lawhorn and Sophie Santos.





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