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Central Plains schools receive recognition
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BUSHTON — Central Plains Elementary School received the Certificate of Recognition by the Confidence in Kansas Public Education Task Force for being in the top 60 schools in the state on the fourth grade math and reading while the fifth grade at Central Plains Middle School received it in reading.
Wilson Schools have received recognition from the Challenge Award Program sponsored by the Confidence in Kansas Public Education Task Force. This award recognizes schools for outstanding achievement and uncommon accomplishment based on the Kansas Assessment results from 2012 and other qualifying factors, sample size, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status of those taking the test.
Each of the 14 state assessments, 60 schools meeting the Challenge Award criteria were originally identified as high performing.
The areas in which Wilson was recognized were: sixth grade math, fifth grade reading, sixth grade reading and seventh grade reading.