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Elementary Character Education Assembly

August and September Awards

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59ce7228261bc Students who received advanced or proficient in one area of the MAP test.

Students who received advanced or proficient in one area of the MAP test.

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59ce7228261bc Students who received advanced (the best possible rank) on the MAP in math or language arts.

Students who received advanced (the best possible rank) on the MAP in math or language arts.

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59ce7228261bc Students who received advanced in both math and ELA on the MAP.

Students who received advanced in both math and ELA on the MAP.

There was a lot to celebrate today and a standing room only crowd of proud family members came out to see their favorite students recognized for their good efforts at school. Academics were the first area covered today.  Last spring the MAP test (Measure of Academic Progress) was given to students who are now in 4th and 5th grades.  Students who had achieved the rank of proficient or advanced in the areas of math and language skills received awards.  Students who received and advanced ranking (the highest possible) in one area received awards and finally, the group of students who achieved advanced in both areas received their awards.  The MAP testing process requires lots of effort and focus from these youngsters and they should all be very proud of their accomplishments.

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Behavior winners.

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Character winners.

Following academic awards, students were honored for good behavior in and out of the classroom.  Nominations were made by teachers and staff.  Character awards were also given for the qualities of showing respect and responsibility.  Community members nominated by students were Breanne Hunt for August's word respect and Lyle Pearson for September's word, responsibility. High school student, Joseph F., was chosen as a person who always shows respect to others.  Senior Kaelyn P. was chosen as a person who exemplifies responsibility.  Joseph is not pictured as he was out on the field at band practice for an upcoming competition.  We would like to thank HyVee and Great Western Bank for its support of our character education program.  Thank you also to the PTO for it's generous support.

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