LaRue students exceed state norm in math and reading
By Ashley Zsedenyi
Thursday, January 7, 2010 at 7:00 pm
Abraham Lincoln Elementary School Principal Amber Thurman presented the school’s proficiency report to the LaRue County School Board Dec. 21.
Thurman said different topics are covered each year and different grade levels are chosen to complete the projects that give students additional core content coverage.
She said she is “proud to have met all No Child Left Behind standards.”
“It is huge to meet the disability target,” she said.
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