Bright recognizes elementary teachers


At the Bright Local Board of Education meeting on March 15, four Bright Elementary teachers were recognized for their state of Ohio testing honors. Sharon Bick’s fourth grade math scores from spring of 2015 were the second highest in a seven-county region exceeding the classroom passage rate for the state of Ohio. Katie Pollard’s fifth grade math scores from spring of 2015 were the sixth highest in a seven-county region exceeding the classroom passage rate for the state of Ohio. Jackie Broughton’s third grade math scores from spring of 2015 exceeded the classroom passage rate for the state of Ohio. Heather Roberts’ fourth grade social studies scores from spring of 2015 exceeded the classroom passage rate for the state of Ohio. Pictured, from left, are Broughton, Roberts, Bick and Pollard.


At the Bright Local Board of Education meeting on March 15, four Bright Elementary teachers were recognized for their state of Ohio testing honors. Sharon Bick’s fourth grade math scores from spring of 2015 were the second highest in a seven-county region exceeding the classroom passage rate for the state of Ohio. Katie Pollard’s fifth grade math scores from spring of 2015 were the sixth highest in a seven-county region exceeding the classroom passage rate for the state of Ohio. Jackie Broughton’s third grade math scores from spring of 2015 exceeded the classroom passage rate for the state of Ohio. Heather Roberts’ fourth grade social studies scores from spring of 2015 exceeded the classroom passage rate for the state of Ohio. Pictured, from left, are Broughton, Roberts, Bick and Pollard.

At the Bright Local Board of Education meeting on March 15, four Bright Elementary teachers were recognized for their state of Ohio testing honors. Sharon Bick’s fourth grade math scores from spring of 2015 were the second highest in a seven-county region exceeding the classroom passage rate for the state of Ohio. Katie Pollard’s fifth grade math scores from spring of 2015 were the sixth highest in a seven-county region exceeding the classroom passage rate for the state of Ohio. Jackie Broughton’s third grade math scores from spring of 2015 exceeded the classroom passage rate for the state of Ohio. Heather Roberts’ fourth grade social studies scores from spring of 2015 exceeded the classroom passage rate for the state of Ohio. Pictured, from left, are Broughton, Roberts, Bick and Pollard.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Bright-Teachers-pic-1.jpgAt the Bright Local Board of Education meeting on March 15, four Bright Elementary teachers were recognized for their state of Ohio testing honors. Sharon Bick’s fourth grade math scores from spring of 2015 were the second highest in a seven-county region exceeding the classroom passage rate for the state of Ohio. Katie Pollard’s fifth grade math scores from spring of 2015 were the sixth highest in a seven-county region exceeding the classroom passage rate for the state of Ohio. Jackie Broughton’s third grade math scores from spring of 2015 exceeded the classroom passage rate for the state of Ohio. Heather Roberts’ fourth grade social studies scores from spring of 2015 exceeded the classroom passage rate for the state of Ohio. Pictured, from left, are Broughton, Roberts, Bick and Pollard.
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