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di­ated by a highly ef­fec­tive third grade teacher,” Fancher said. “They will work on the skills in which they ex­hib­ited weak­nesses, and they will take the test, the al­ter­nate as­sess­ment

again, which is the last op­por­tu­nity for a retest on June 29.”

Both Peas­ant and As­sis­tant Su­per­in­ten­dent Christy Mauld­ing said they were pleased with the re­sults.

“We feel that they per­formed well,” Peas­ant said. “How­ever, we

are al­ways look­ing to get bet­ter. Our goal is to have 100 per­cent.”

Mauld­ing said she was pleased with the progress HWS was mak­ing.

“I think it's def­i­nitely a sign of things we should ex­pect to see in the days and years to come,” Mauld­ing said.

Peas­ant also said West Broth­ers Con­struc­tion was on the Part­ner­ship School site and pre­par­ing for foun­da­tion work.

In ad­di­tion, the board ap­proved June 19 at 6:30 p.m. for an ini­tial re­view for the

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