Campbellsville Elementary School students who recently “leveled up” with the Lexia and Reading Plus programs were honored at a school-wide assembly on Friday, Jan. 20.
Lexia and Reading Plus are technology-based reading programs that help increase reading proficiency for pre-kindergarten students through high school seniors.
About 175 students were recognized at CES on Jan. 20 for increasing their reading proficiency level using the programs from Jan. 3 through Jan. 19.
Vivian York, a third-grader, was honored for completing all 18 levels of the Lexia program.
Several classes were honored for meeting 100 percent usage on Lexia and/or Reading Plus for the week of Jan. 9. They include Lisa Wiseman’s kindergarten class, Amanda Greer’s and Hailey Ogle’s first-grade classes, Melanie Cox’s second-grade class and Marcia Sharp’s third-grade class.
Ogle’s and Sharp’s classes were also honored for meeting 100 percent usage for the week of Jan. 16.
Kindergarteners honored include Daven Davis, Jason Eggers, Lillie Judd, Aubreigh Knifley, Bentley Shively, Michael Terry, Zoe Weddle, Gavin Williams, Aubrey Allen, Addison Beckley, Joey Bledsoe, Mason Edwards, Raelin Goddard, Destinee Henry-Turner, Bradyen Perkins, Quincy Travis, Conor Gayheart, Gracie Gebler, ReAnna Jeffries, Enrique McDonald, John Hagan Newton, Addison Perkins, Nevaeh Shofner, Aleeya Spaulding, Isabelle Stout, Kaylee Thompson and Jyra Welch.
First-graders honored include Justice Albrecht, Jayden Cox, Shylan Dunn, Kadance Ford, Destini Gholston, Colton Maggard, Molly Wolford, Briana Wolford, Nicholas Almeida, Jackson Bates, Kevin Bradfield, Addelyn Dooley, Drake Edwards, Addysen England, Dax Gray, Willow Griffin, Marion Mann, Ammarissa Nunez, Maleigha Travis, Journey Webb, London Whitlow, Hunter Bates, Cadynce Cox, Aaron Floyd, Aiden Forrest, Jo’van Goins, Jaxson Hunt, Anna Keith, Zion Mitchell, Ben Parrott, Parker Scharbrough, Frehley Whitlow, Drelynn Hollins, Joshua Mardis, Rizzo McKenzie, Alex Mixtega, Enoch Smith, Madelyn Brunelle, Karson Burchett, Breanna Callahan, Bryson Gabehart, Tina Jiang, Sawyer Lange, Alexis Mann, Caleb Ortiz, Fabrizio Segura, Asia Singleton, Nicholas Spencer, Nadia Taylor and Carter Wethington.
Second-graders honored include Joseph Greer, Leshawn Hamilton, Braelyn Taylor, Zachary Cox, Maddox Hawkins, Alijah Henderson, Zaemar Hoskins, Gavin Martin, Baylee Pike, Braxton Tucker, Evelyn Stancill, Stephen Green, Annabelle Brockman, Bryleigh Curry, Emerson Dengel, Analeigh Foster, Trenton Harris, Zayden McKenzie, Malachi Sanford, Ajada Smith, Weston Veltman, Kaleigh Wilhoite, Marissa Sumners, Lily Coots, Angelina Babbs, Kendall Cruz, Carson Ford, Dremareon Gurley, Evan Lockridge, Aaron Ritchie, Dalton Shively, Rajon Taylor, Guy Proctor, Hayden Maupin, Luke Adkins, Braxton Agee, Aidan Bowles, Jazzlyn Cox, Evan Cundiff, Seamus Huber, KayLee Lamer, Jayden Moore, Keylan Strong, Reece Swafford, Malia Thompson, Lashonda Wilkinson and Aidan Wilson.
Third-graders honored include Madisyn Bradfield, Kendall Bright, Izak Burress, Isaiah Scharbrough, Kelsi Shuck, Alicia Spaulding, Vivian York, Eleana Brewer, John Gholston, Jace Cox, Narissa Barnett, Raelyn Dunn, Kiera Bailey, Jaden Barbee, Evangeline Bledsoe, Chyanne Christie, Jalen Embry, Bobby Engle, Alyssa Knezevic, Madison Philpott, Savannah Wethington, Alexis Wolford, Talaysia Daniels, Keaton Hord, Carson Mills, Paige Ritchie, Aidan Phillips, Lauren Pace, Nora Harris, Aliyah Burton, Adrianna Garvin, Anthony Goins, Alexis Graves, Tayshaun Hickman, Ethan Irwin, Alexis Roddy, LaDainien Smith, Malikiah Spurling and Zarek Stone.
CES kindergarteners are honored for leveling up with Lexia or Reading Plus.
CES first-graders are honored for leveling up with Lexia or Reading Plus.
CES second-graders are honored for leveling up with Lexia or Reading Plus.
CES third-graders are honored for leveling up with Lexia or Reading Plus.