Campbellsville Elementary School fifth-graders were recently honored for their achievements during their last year as elementary students.
End of the year awards were presented in a virtual ceremony on Friday, May 22.
Doug Holmes, assistant principal at CES, welcomed those watching the ceremony, which is posted on the CIS website and social media sites.
“We’re here today to recognize our fifth-grade students this year and to also pay special attention to students who have made accomplishments during the school year.”
Each student was introduced and honored for completing their fifth-grade studies.
CES teachers Jessica Lile, Alison LaRue, Jessica Robertson and Maranda Wright presented the awards.
Award winners are as follow:
Students honored received the highest overall average in their class for the subject.
Math – Kairyn Johnson, Laityn Gray and Alyah Meadows.
Reading – Kairyn Johnson, Laityn Gray and Keely Rakes.
Social Studies – Kairyn Johnson, Laityn Gray and Gabriel Hughes.
President’s Award of Educational Excellence (All As)
President’s Award of Educational Achievement (All As and Bs)
Aidan Bowles, Annabelle Brockman, Cadence Burton, Damien Clark, Jazzlyn Cox, Bryleigh Curry, Analeigh Foster, Emerson Gowin, Laityn Gray, Maddox Hawkins, Brooklynn Heiman, Logan Hoheimer, Zaemar Hoskins, Alexia Howard, Seamus Huber, Gabriel Hughes, Mason Jackson, Kairyn Johnson, Trever Lasley, Anthony Lawson, Allana Lear, Kaitlyn Martin, Alyah Meadows, Peyton Mitchell, Jayden Moore, Donnaven Phillips, Lyllian Pirkey, Aaron Ritchie, Dalton Shively, Camren Skaggs, Ajada Smith, Madison Smith, Kae’vin Spaulding, Yazlyn Sutton, Juleighana Swierczek and Weston Veltman.
Accelerated Reader – Juleighana Swierczek and Laityn Gray.
Each homeroom teacher recognized a male and female student from their class who represents outstanding leadership characteristics in and out of the classroom.
These students displayed the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People and are role models for their peers.
LaRue – Trever Lasley and Lyllian Pirkey.
Lile – Peyton Mitchell and Ajada Smith.
Robertson – Seamus Huber and Yazlyn Sutton.
CES Principal Elisha Rhodes closed the ceremony by congratulating students on their accomplishments this school year.
And, while teachers’ ability to hug and love on their students has been altered by social distancing, Rhodes said, they are still honored to recognize them.
Rhodes said the fifth-graders leave a legacy behind as leaders and in character and academics.
She thanked all parents, grandparents, family members and friends who have trusted CES staff members with their children.
“Thank you for all that you have done to collaborate with us throughout your student’s career at CES, as well as the past 41 days of NTI, as we work to discover a new normal.”
Rhodes thanked those who have invested their lives into CES students.
“Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to invest and love on them as well,” she said.
“It has been our privilege to have been a part of their educational journey. And a task that we have never taken lightly.”
Rhodes congratulated students on completing fifth grade.
“We are so very proud of you,” she said.
“As you close the chapter of CES, always remember, the future belongs to those are willing to take ownership in their piece of the puzzle. Find your piece and lead with confidence.”
Rhodes said there is greatness in every student.
“Seek your inner genius and allow your greatness to shine,” she said.
It’s been an honor to watch students grow at CES, she said, and, at the same time, that has helped teachers grow, too.
“We will forever cherish your WIG celebrations, the sound of a cowbell and your love for dodgeball.”
Rhodes said she and the other staff members at CES are excited to see students continue writing the story of their education.
“We pray blessings over your next chapter at CMS. You have been prepared for such a time as this.
“And we are beyond excited to have been a part of your journey. Thank you for all you have done to make CES who we are.”