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Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of columns sent to the News by the teachers and staff of Cannelton elementary schools, recognizing students for their work inside and outside of the classroom.
CANNELTON – It’s time for the second edition of our column hailing the accomplishments of our students here at Cannelton Elementary. We wish to recognize those students who come to school every day and do a good job, but may not be recognized as we would wish. These students are as follows.
Julia Williams is one of our kindergarten achievers. She is doing a great job in reading and can name all of the kindergarten sight words.
Trasai Redwine, another kindergartner, is doing a great job with her letter names and sounds. He also continues to show growth each day in counting and number recognition and fluency.
First graders Carter Vogt, Makayla Reed, Aubrey Harpe, Natalie Harris, Alexis Komasinski and Autumn DuPont have done a great job with sight word recognition and fluency.
Second grader John Blunk earned regular honor roll and met his benchmark goal for reading, math and accelerated reading.
Another second grader, Gavin Melton, earned distinguished honor roll, met his benchmark goal for reading, math and accelerated reading. He also has perfect attendance for the year at this time.
Dameion Ball, a third grader, has made great improvement this last nine weeks in showing respect and responsibility. He is working hard and turning in assignments.
Another third grader, Ayanna Moul, always is in a happy mood. She works hard, has a great attitude toward school and is always willing and happy to correct any mistakes.
Scott Troutman is a fourth grader who is friendly to everyone and puts forth his best effort in everything he attempts.
Breeana Noland takes her studies very seriously. She asks questions if she does not understand and she is a very helpful and polite student.
Fifth grader Kendra Anastasiades volunteers to help students with reading and math. She is a very helpful student.
Another fifth grader, Isaac Corley, is very polite. He offers to help both students and adults carry items and is very pleasant to all.