Campbellsville Elementary School students who recently “leveled up” with the Lexia and Reading Plus programs were honored at a school-wide assembly on Friday, April 14.
Lexia and Reading Plus are technology-based reading programs that help increase reading proficiency for pre-kindergarten students through high school seniors.
About 100 students were recognized at CES on April 14 for increasing their reading proficiency level using the programs for the week of April 10.
Kindergarteners honored include Delaney Staton, Robert Atwood, Zoe Weddle, Laurna McKenzie, Jason Eggers, Scarlett Cook, Veda Burgess, Dyra Welch, Keagan Shearer, Brayden Perkins, Justice Nelson, Brea Miller, Aliyah Litsey, Elyzabeth Fisher, Marlee Dickens, Kaylee Thompson, John Hagan Newton, Tristian Harris, Gracie Gebler and Mason Dowell.
First-graders honored include Atticus Strange, Briana Wooley, Colton Maggard, Gracie Wooley, Javion Milby, Anna Keith, Kinsley Graham, Allison Dean, Owen Skaggs, Mylee Bell, Lucian Abel, Fabrizio Segura, Hunter Clark, Tommy Caswell, Madelyn Brunelle, Isabella Brunelle and Makyian Bridgewater.
Second-graders honored include Sophia Santos, Leshawn Hamilton, Alyah Meadows, Trever Lasley, Isaya Adams, Emerson Gowin, Anthony Lawson, Dalton Shively, Kendall Cruz, Kaleigh Wilhoite, Alex Wilson, Malia Thompson and Reece Swafford.
Third-graders honored include Daniel Shively, Madie Gebler, John Gholston, Gracie Pendleton, Lucas Gribbins, Christian Hart, Alyssa Knezevic, Westin Dudgeon, Kiera Bailey, Caysen Tungate, Grayson Dooley, Cash Cowan, Cameron Taylor and Jayden Harris.
Marcia Sharp’s third-grade students were honored for all meeting 100 percent usage on Lexia and/or Reading Plus for the week of April 10.
And third-graders Jayden Harris and Alyssa Knezevic were honored for completing all 18 levels of the Lexia program.