Bridgeport board honors students
BRIDGEPORT – Nineteen students in grades 4 through 9 in the Bridgeport Exempted Village School District were honored for what they did on last year’s Ohio Achievement Assessment testing.
Each was presented with a certificate during Wednesday night’s board of education meeting in the schools cafetorium.
“These scores just don’t happen,” Elementary School Principal Kameron Sabinski said of the test winning scores. “There’s an enormous amount of work on the students’ end. There’s also a great teamwork between the students and the teachers.
“We appreciate your hard work,” she added.
Those honored included:
– Abigail Matusik, 3rd Grade Reading Top Score (461);
– Kayla Nowakowski, 3rd Grade Math Top Score (469);
– Kelci McNeal, 4th Grade Reading Top Score (468);
– Malachi Lewis, 4th Grade Reading Top Score (468);
– Cooper Dulesky, 4th Grade Math Top Score (508);
– Hunter Kelley, 4th Grade Math Top Score (508);
– Adam Sommer, 4th Grade Math Top Score (508);
– Sydney Lough, 5th Grade ELA Top Score (443);
– Cameron Marsh, 5th Grade ELA Top Score (443);
– Farah Hawk, 5th Grade Science Top Score (455);
– Jera Massey, 5th Grade Science Top Score (455);
– Jera Massey, 5th Grade Math Top Score (503)
– Angela Sommer, 6th Grade ELA Top Score (493);
– Jason Sommer, 6th Grade ELA Top Score (493);
– Angela Sommer, 6th Grade Math Top Score (550);
– Jason Sommer, 6th Grade Math Top Score (550);
– Kamden Dulesky, 7th Grade ELA Top Score (473);
– Elliott Dean, 7th Grade Math Top Score (507);
– Morgan Eddy, 8th Grade ELA Top Score (496);
– Cody Krol, 8th Grade Math Top Score (454);
– Treavon Clark, 8th Grade Science Top Score (445).
“On behalf of the board of education, we appreciate all the hard work you’ve put in to be where you are,” board of education vice president Roger Stewart lauded. “You’re families are also support groups, so they need to be commended, as well.”
The board also recognized golfer Zach Herink who earned All-OVAC honors during the recent Class 2-A golf tournament.
In other action, the board also unanimously approved the following matters:
– Hiring Lee Hines, a Bridgeport graduate, as the new math teacher, replacing Megan Zettl who resigned;
– A $.25 per hour raise for the two school nurses;
– The hiring of Al Davies as legal attorney to fill out the remainder of Frank Fregiato’s term that runs through next school year. Fregiato is now a Belmont County Common Pleas Court Judge;
– The supplemental contract for the head cook to become permanent.
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