Community R-VI honors elementary students

Community R-VI 4th grade MAP medal winners, from left: Landon Wright, Aubrey Stafford, Garrett Schmidt, Mackenzie Replogle, Emmi Johnson, Brianna Beamer, Ayden Holt, and Logan Britton.

Several Community R-VI Elementary students recently received silver medals for being Proficient and gold medals for being Advanced on their MAP tests.
The following students were Proficient in Communication Arts:  Brianna Beamer, Logan Britton, Ayden Holt, Emmi Johnson, Garrett Schmidt, Aubrey Stafford, Landon Wright, Dalaney Bowers, Amber Nichols, Shelby Craft, Blaze Escamilla, Emma Evans, Madelynn Gastler, Evan Hartsock, Hayley Kinder, Molly Mays, Kristy Schulte, Grant Stafford, Allison Troesser, and Sierra Young.
The following students were Advanced in Communication Arts:  Morgan Dry, Jaryn Kuda, and Stephanie Martin.
The following students were Proficient in Mathematics:  Brianna Beamer, Mackenzie Replogle, Garrett Schmidt, Blaze Escamilla, Emma Evans, Nathan Gastler, Evan Hartsock, Jaryn Kuda, Stephanie Martin, Grant Stafford, Allison Troesser, and Sierra Young.
The following student was Advanced in Mathematics:  Madelynn Gastler.  The following students were Proficient in Science:  Klayton Bosworth, Emma Evans, Madelynn Gastler, Evan Hartsock, Jaryn Kuda, Molly Mays, Kristy Schulte, and Allison Troesser.
The following students were Advanced in Science:  Grant Stafford and Clayton Welch.  Any student who showed growth from a previous year of testing while enrolled at Community R-VI also earned a certificate.
Katelyn Ames had the greatest growth in Math, while MacKenzie Schaedel showed the greatest growth in Communication Arts.

Posted on Wednesday, May 29, 2013 at 1:48 pm