|Outstanding students recognized by board|
Several students were recognized by the Franklin Parish School Board Monday evening for Advanced scores on the iLeap standardized tests.
The iLeap includes tests align with Louisiana's educational content standards, benchmarks and grade-level expectations in English Language Arts, mathematics, science and social studies. The tests are administered in grades 3, 4, 6 and 7.
Third graders from Franklin Parish who received Advanced in one subject area are Tori Brulte, Zaidee Robertson, Shelby Elliot, Skylar Hilliard, Delaney Morgan, Martha Gill Ferrington, Ethan Young, Genese Grant, Jessie Cooper, Marcus Pleasant and Hayden Shivers.
Fifth graders from Franklin Parish who received Advanced in one subject area are Justin Bradford, Jacob Fortenberry, Matt Ingram, Tiona Harris, Matthew Troha, Cabe Thomas, Jeremy Biggs, Kaine Hodge, Austin Parrish and Jacob Lauderman.
Sixth graders who received Advanced scores in one subject area are Destiny Punchard, Emily Shelton, Joshua Arnold, Daniel Freeman, Hannah Magee, James Monnin, Makeiah Adams, Adam Martz, Anna Grace Ellerbe, Kolby Jones and Robert Simms.
Seventh graders who received Advanced scores in one subject area are, Aleah Pylant, Katherine Marsh, Colby Rhodes, Melissa Blackson, Brittany Ellerbe, Rebecca Acker, Christian Bonner, Jessica Dunaway and Hannah Jemerson.
Ninth graders John Sadler and Chad Berly received Advanced scores in one subject area of the iLeap.
Several parish students received Advanced scores in two subject areas of the tests. Third graders Caleb Holloway, Ryder Adkins, John Spence and Meredith Parker; fifth graders Zachary Robertson, Joseph Wolleson, Brennan Landry and Brandon Ulmer; six graders Justin Biggs, Trevor Matthews, Logan Crum and Dakoda Albritton; and seventh graders Jamara Neal and Tyler Day received Advanced in two subject areas of the iLeap.
Third grade student at Crowville School, Hannah Cobb, received three advanced scores on the iLeap in English Language Arts, mathematics and social studies.
Dylan Roberts, sixth grade student at Gilbert School, received three advanced scores in English Language Arts, mathematics and social studies.
Adrienne Pilgreen, Gilbert School seventh grader, received Advanced scores on the iLeap exam in English Language Arts, mathematics and science.
Students present at the board meeting were introduced by curriculum director DeLayne Donnell and presented a plaque by president Eddie Ray Bryan.