Campbellsville Elementary School students who recently “leveled up” with the Lexia and Reading Plus programs were honored at a school-wide assembly on Friday, Feb. 3.
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 Feb. 3 for increasing their reading proficiency level using the programs from Jan. 23 through Feb. 3.
Several classes were honored for meeting 100 percent usage on Lexia and/or Reading Plus for the week of Jan. 23. They include Nikki Price’s kindergarten class, Hailey Ogle’s first-grade class and Marcia Sharp’s third-grade class.
Sharp’s class and Amanda Greer’s first-grade class were honored for meeting 100 percent usage on Lexia and/or Reading Plus for the week of Jan. 30.
Kindergarteners honored include Travontae Jones, Aubreigh Knifley, Casen Meredith, Gavin Williams, Juliana Wolford, Raider Callahan, Melody Ward, Luke Banta, Ayden Andrew, Tristan Burton, Natalee Shaw, Evelyn Reed, Robert Atwood, Aleja Taylor, Tyler Branch, Timothy Stacy, Jewell Brewster, Greyson Trulock, Kira Dotson, Gage Henderson, Cera Rooker, Josiah Edwards, Madison Haywood, Aubrey Allen, Dyra Welch, Marlee Dickens, Addison Beckley, Elyzabeth Fisher, Carson Montes, Jaxon Williams, Keagan Shearer, Ethan Lewis, Neveah Agent, Quincy Travis, Ahryan Wilson, Carol Moura, Miley Orberson, Braxton Rhodes, Aubrey Novak, Jackson Wright, Jayden Maupin and NyJah Vaught.
First-graders honored include Brendan Martin, Jacob Golden, Henry Martinez, Joseph Boudreaux, Kenady Gabehart, Justice Albrecht, Stella Newcomb, Keitona Whitehead, Brady Cox, Keiava Thompson, Ethan Bailey, Marion Mann, Chase Gabbert, London Whitlow, Lazarick Miller, Jackson Bates, Lainey Price, Amylah Taylor, Londyn Smith, Brendan Chastain, Allison Dean, Zach Hak, Kinsley Graham, Aaron Floyd, Jaxson Hunt, Essence Hunter, Parker Hamilton, Navon Copeland, Sarah Parrott, Bryant Mayo, Lucian Abel, Kaylee Gayheart, Carter Wethington, Serenity Taylor, Isabella Brunelle, Madelyn Brunelle and Elijah Williams.
Second-graders honored include Mason Jackson, Braygon Noegel, Sean Welch, Lacy Covey, Cayleigh Underwood, Natalia West, Gavin Martin, Alijah Henderson, Alex Yang, Annabelle Brockman, Jaylin Christie, Greyson Montgomery, Analeigh Foster, Bryleigh Curry, Anthony Lawson, Alyah Meadows, Emerson Gowin, Isaya Adams, Malachi Sanford, Damien Clark, Cadence Burton, Aiden Dziabula, Hunter Garmon, Kadin Coppage, Peyton Mitchell, Kallie Taylor, Lilly Wise, Evan Cundiff, Aidan Bowles, Seamus Huber, Sammantha Wooley, Kaevin Spaulding, Lanigan Price, Ava Ellis, Cayton Lawhorn, Jazzlyn Cox, Jayden Moore and Malia Thompson.
Third-graders honored include Jaylen Clark, Jonathan Releford, Gracie Pendleton, Lucas Gribbins, Demetrious Dickens, Brooklyn Boudreaux, Christian Hart, Madison Philpott, Austin Sloan, Evangeline Bledsoe, Jalen Embry, Connor Coots, Reagan Gabehart, Martin Yang, Bobby Engle, Katie Nunn, Maylee Wilds, Brayden Paiz, KaMiya Williams, Bradley Paris, Camren Estes, Jason Callahan, Alexis Graves, DeAsia Fisher, Malikiah Spurling and Alyssa Bennett.
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.