More Students are reaching benchmarks

LAUREL — As the school days become single digits, students are gearing up for summer. Members of the Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School Board remain hard at it, with the focus to build and strengthen the school.

This summer, there will be summer school available. Students in kindergarten through second grade who did not reach the 30th percentile, were invited to join in this opportunity.

Through the AimsWeb+ program, LCC teachers are able to monitor student progress. Reports show 80% of students in the kindergarten class met the benchmark set by the program. 80% of the first graders met the benchmark — up from 74% last year.



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