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Mrs. Melinda Wise’s eighth graders made the most gains in mathematics on the Universal Screening Assessment.

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Students who made the most gains from fall to winter are Kaleb Hanner, Andrew Sanders, Kenley Parks, Madison Manley, Elijah Caldwell, Karleigh McDaniel, Axtyn Williamson, Stefy Coates, Skylar Roberts, Journey Rhea, Harmony McFarland, Ollie Nolan and Miley Noley. Not pictured are Tanner Hughes, Shane Hughes, Emaleigh Morrison and Braylen Rich.

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Mrs. Tindle’s kindergarten class made the most gains in both the Universal Screener mathematics and reading assessments from fall to winter.

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Miss Dixie Nunley’s fourth grade class made the most gains in reading on the Universal Screening Assessment.

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Mrs. Tindle’s kindergarten class made the most gains in both the Universal Screener mathematics and reading assessments from fall to winter.

Students at Coalmont Elementary were recently recognized for making gains on the Universal Screening Assessment. Students take the universal screener 3 times a year in reading and math.

Classes that made the most gains in mathematics are Mrs. Jessica Tindle’s kindergarten class and Mrs. Melinda Wise’s eighth grade class. Those who made the most gains in reading are Mrs. Jessica Tindle’s kindergarten class and Miss Dixie Nunley’s fourth grade class.

Universal screening is an assessment tool used to help identify students in need of additional support. The goal is to find students who are failing or at-risk of failing to make adequate progress and are most commonly administered for reading and math.