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CES students win attendance challenge

Campbellsville Elementary School students recently participated in an attendance challenge, and, as a result of their success, their principal will soon get a pie in the face.

 

For four weeks, CES students were challenged to be at school every day. In the end, 188 students had perfect attendance during that time period.

 

As a result, CES Principal Elisha Rhodes will receive 188 pies in her face at an upcoming assembly.

 

Tammy Hash’s fifth-grade leadership class had the highest attendance during that time period, at 97 percent.

 

As a reward, Hash’s class will receive a pizza or donut party.

 

Tammy Hash’s fifth-grade leadership class recently won the school’s four-week attendance challenge, with a rate of 97 percent. Students will be rewarded with a pizza or donut party. From left, front, are Kaleb Martin, Miley Hash, Deanna Reardon, Anna Floyd, Harley Couch-Allen, Tyler Haulk and Payton Releford. Back, KeKe Miller, Andrew Mardis, Rowan Petett, Jaclyn Jackson, Ta’Zaria Owens, Dezarae Washington, Riley Newton, Steven Miller and Hash.

Tammy Hash’s fifth-grade leadership class recently won the school’s four-week attendance challenge, with a rate of 97 percent. Students will be rewarded with a pizza or donut party. From left, front, are Kaleb Martin, Miley Hash, Deanna Reardon, Anna Floyd, Harley Couch-Allen, Tyler Haulk and Payton Releford. Back, KeKe Miller, Andrew Mardis, Rowan Petett, Jaclyn Jackson, Ta’Zaria Owens, Dezarae Washington, Riley Newton, Steven Miller and Hash.





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