Ray-Pec students earn top scores

October 11, 2013 

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The Raymore-Peculiar School Board recognized students who achieved top scores on the 2013 standardized tests Sept. 26.

Kanen Huff, Isaac Scott and Dustin Jones are now fourth graders at Raymore Elementary. Last spring they achieved the highest scores on the highest category (advanced) of the third grade math MAP test.

Tyler Swift is a sixth grader at Eagle Glen. Last spring, he achieved the highest score in the advanced category on the fifth grade math MAP test.

Faith Swenson is a seventh grader. Last spring, she achieved the highest score in the advanced category on the sixth grade English Language Arts MAP test.

Laurana Mitchell and Lindsey Feuerborn are seventh graders. Last spring, they received the highest scores in the advanced category on the sixth grade math MAP test.

Aaron Fuller and MacKenzie Kain are eighth graders. Last spring, they achieved the highest scores in the advanced category on the seventh grade math MAP test.

Brayden Roberts, a sophomore, received a perfect score on the geometry end-of-course exam last spring. Juniors Thomas Davis and Connor Berry achieved perfect scores on the Algebra II end-of-course exam last spring. Elizabeth Daugherty, a senior, earned a perfect score on the Government end-of-course exam last spring.

Sophomore Nicholas Lanza achieved a perfect score on the Biology end-of-course exam, and sophomore Dylan McLaughlin earned a perfect score on the American History end-of-course exam.

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