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What Students Say / Scholls Heights Elementary School

"Now that the end of the school year is approaching, what have you accomplished?"

“I became a fluent reader. I was stumbling over some easy words and this school year, I worked on my vocabulary and reading with my mom for a half hour each day and started to pick it up.”

Tyler Hjelte, fourth grade

“I’m proud to say that I learned how to create Signal-to-Noise videos for the school district’s annual showcase. It’s when your class makes a film about a topic, makes a story board and a script. It was difficult to make because we have a time limit for our video. I’m really proud that all of our videos made it to the finals.”

Ella Irving, fifth grade

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“I read three Harry Potter books with my mom. My mom read them to me at night-time. I like to watch the movies too.”

Owen Little, kindergarten

“I accomplished improving on reading and math. Some of the math problems I did, my parents don’t even know how to do them. I wouldn’t have learned how to do them at any other school since I was in TAG this year. I probably learned the most this school year.”

Dexter Elier, second grade

“My teacher told me that she wanted me to be at a certain level in reading by the end of the school year and I already passed that level. I feel like I’m getting really good at reading. I like to go home and read chapter books.”

Brooklyn Klug, first grade

“I got fast at doing multiplication facts. It makes me feel good I can do them faster because I’m normally pretty slow at doing them.”

— Lucy Frotton, third grade