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(Back row) Austin Chaney, Austen Roberson, Hallie Groce, (middle row) Christopher Fretwell, Lizzie Flippo, Brody Scott, Summer Parsons, Natalie White, Bryson Oller, Lexie Ayers, (front row) Haylie Mitchell, Alexis Self and Lilly Scott receive certificates for completing the CEIS program.

TES recognizes readers

Fifteen Tharptown Elementary School students received recognition for their completion of the Fast Forward Program through Coordinated Early Intervention Services.

According to librarian Laura Stockton, the school held a ceremony May 23 to recognize and congratulate the second- and third-graders for their completion of the program.

“They’ve worked hard and made great strides,” Stockton said.

In the Fast Forward Program, the students used educational computer games based on their level of reading to increase their reading skills. Stockton said the program is just one way TES strives to promote student literacy.

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