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Posted December 13, 2017

APS Salutes Power Passers

Students participate in the i-Ready Special Education K-8 math program

Aayla Antonio and teacher Terri Lihte of John Adams MS; Principal Paloma Aranda and Luis Chavez of Valle Vista ES; Estevan Espinoza of McKinley MS; Teacher Irma Lowry and Jordan Alexander of Matheson Park ES

Recognition goes out to all the APS students for their hard work and dedication participating in the i-Ready K-8 math program.

  • More than 800 students received certificates for achieving 80 percent or higher on their lessons AND spending at least 45 minutes per week in online instruction.
  • Of those 800 students, more than 200 students achieved scores of 90 percent or higher on their lessons

Students achieving more than 90 percent scores were entered into a drawing and one elementary and one middle school student was randomly selected from each zone to receive Power Passers Prize Pack:

Zone 1
Amaryllis Esparza from Reginald Chavez ES
Teacher: Solomon Sanchez
Sergio Yanez from Van Buren MS
Teacher: Marianna Shoberg

Zone 2
Luis Chavez from Valle Vista ES
Teacher: Nancy Fuentes
Aayla Antonio form John Adams MS
Teacher: Terri Lihte

Zone 3
Layla Santos from Petroglyph ES
Teacher: Cindy Shroba
Victor Newton from Taylor MS
Teacher: Meredith Grant

Zone 4
Jordan Alexander from Matheson Park ES
Teacher: Irma Lowry
Estevan Espinoza from McKinley MS
Teacher: Debbie Walck

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