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Mrs. Judi Borrenpohl We are making great strides in our reading and math classes in Title1! The students come into my classroom ready to go learn! In the morning, I am happy to help the classroom teachers by teaching one reading group for each grade level (K-3). The smaller group size helps to insure that each student is able to get individual attention. I also have students that come to my classroom for an . . . read more
Gail Hutt, Reading K-3 Every Thursday afternoon second and third grade students at Johnson County Central partner with residents of Belle Terrace and Ridge View Towers to read stories. This gives the students great reading practice. The children also develop friendships with the residents. The children and their elders learn so . . . read more
Juniors will be taking the statewide NeSA Reading test on March 23, the English Language Art (ELA) transition test on March 24, the NeSA Math test on March 30, and the NeSA Science test on April 20. The tests will be an online test for most students – some students will take a paper/pencil test. The NeSA ELA will be replacing the NeSA . . . read more
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