CMHS' Hudson recognized for perfect test score

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By Sean Arnold

Seventeen Levy students were recognized Oct. 10 by the School Board of Levy County for scoring perfect scores on individual state assessments tests last spring.


Reagan Hudson represented Chiefland Middle High School among the group for her perfect mark on the End-of-Course Assessment in tenth-grade Biology.

“It’s an honor to present to you Reagan Hudson,” CMHS principal Dennis Webber said. “We’re excited for the accomplishments that have been made in her life.”

Bronson Elementary School saw five of its students presented perfect-score certificates by BES principal Cheryl Beauchamp, including: Coltan Bridges, Kristopher Lowe; Justice Phillips; Mina Zino and Douglas Tatham.

Cedar Key principal Joshua Slemp presented to Lane Forney for his accomplishment on the Florida Standards Assessment in sixth-grade Mathematics.

“This is a great thing for this young man, our only perfect score,” Slemp said.

Angela Porras scored perfect on her eighth-grade science assessment at Nature Coast Middle School in Chiefland.

“I believe this was our first perfect score,” NCMS principal Charles Bowe said.

“These perfect scores don’t happen by accident,” Superintendent Jeff Edison said. “They happen by a lot of hard work by the kids, by the parents and the teachers too.

“You don’t realize how hard it is to get a perfect score on one of these tests,” Edison added. “The students are to be commended, and their teachers and schools – it’s an outstanding job.”

For Williston Middle High School, Austin Lake and Maggie-Marie Knott captured perfect assessment scores on subjects.

“It’s an honor for us to be able to recognize our Williston Middle High School Students for their achievements in these areas,” WMHS principal Lindsay Legler said.

Williston Elementary School boasted seven students with perfect scores, including: Emily Yount in Grade 5 Mathematics; Makenzi Harris and Cannon Sims in FSA Grade 3 English Language Arts; and, in Grade 3 Mathematics, Braiden Muthard, Rosa Ramirez, Bryan Rosado and Aaron Zahradka.

We are so proud of the hard work of our Williston Elementary Students,” WES principal Jaime Handlin said. “We actually visited them this summer when we learned of the perfect scores and gave them some yard signs for them to note their accomplishment.”