The Washington Court House City Schools Board of Education recently recognized 20 students for earning a perfect score on the 2018 AIR Assessment, part of Ohio’s state testing.
It was standing-room only at the board meeting as proud parents and guardians packed the conference room of the central office to see their students be honored for academic achievement. This end of the year assessment is given to students across the state from third grade to high school, in subjects varying from English language arts to math to science.
“These achievers have set the bar high for fellow students,” said WCHCS Superintendent Tom Bailey. “They embody the spirit and continued academic determination of the Blue Lion family.”
Those honored included:
– Third grade math: Kasie Bryan, Garet Creamer, Lynnon Haines, Quinton Marine and Kylie Yeazel
– Fourth grade math: Drew Aills, Noah Haithcock, Leah Marine and Kentaro Yamazaki
– Fifth grade ELA: William Miller
– Fifth grade math: Jillian Frederick, Gabriel Perez and Maggi Wall
– Fifth grade science: Maggi Wall
– Six grade math: Siddhi Patel and Panth Shah
– Seventh grade math: Graden Johnson and Yukino Nagakura
– Eighth grade math: Draven Shadley
– Algebra I: Caroline Frederick
– Geometry: Sam Shaffer
According to a press release from the meeting, each student was met with applause as they were introduced and presented with certificates of achievement. Additionally, they also received a copy of the district’s “Together We Have Purpose” cultural road map by board president Jennifer Lynch and vice president Craig Copas.