CMS students rewarded for proficient, advanced MAP scores

Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Seventh-graders Ahstyn McFarland, left, and Lexi Ozbun share a laugh while playing table tennis at the Cassville Middle School Awards Day, held at the Family Life Center in Cassville on Friday. The event was held to celebrate there 280 students, 67 percent of the school's student body, who earned proficient or advanced on the Missouri Assessment Program test. Principal Melanie Stringer said about 40-50 percent of CMS students score proficient each year, and about 10 percent of students score advanced state-wide. Kyle Troutman/edictor@cassville-democrat.com

Cassville Middle School held its Awards Day at the Family Life Center in Cassville on Friday, celebrating the 280 students, 67 percent of the school's student body, who earned proficient or advanced on the Missouri Assessment Program test.

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