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K-5 students receive most improved recognition
Students in grades K-5 with the most significant academic growth on their end of the year Reading and Math benchmark tests were recognized with a medal on Thursday, May 23rd.

At Clara Barton Elementary School, Lennox Harvard, Harper Lasica, Ellie Wetzel, Brayden Struzynski, David Lubawy, Binisha Baraily, Lilleigh Kostelnik, and Jaden Johnson were recognized for their Reading improvements, while Miroslava Skomorokhova, Annie Dugan, Ali Salih, Pravash Gurung, Kendall Stillwagon, Colton Celovsky, Avery Ciesla, and Aleenah Weir were recognized for their Math improvements.

At Homeville Elementary School, Malayah Lunsford, Owen Drane, Aubri Pace, Ariyah Johnson, Brynlee Smithwick, King Burke, Alexandria Scabora, and Aero Lange improved the most at Reading, while Stanley Grubjestic, Easton Hooper, Kar'deon Webb, Kendall Kubitz, Harlee Fricke, Carmine Zdravecky, Kevin Healey, and Sasha McCree improved the most at Math.

Finally, at the Middle School, Kashaie Davis, Victor Alston, Madelyn Dugan, and Ja'dyn Pollard were recognized for their Reading improvements, while Easton Milay, Sawyer Graham, Kendall Healey, and Ricardo Rodriguez Estrella improved the most at Math.

Congratulations to all of these students for their hard work and their significant academic progress!