Published 12:00 am Thursday, May 27, 2004
Westside Elementary in Demopolis receives National Recognition Reading Renaissance announced that Westside Elementary School in Demopolis, Alabama has been cited for outstanding performance in reading education. Westside is one of four schools in the state of Alabama to receive this award.
Westside Elementary has been awarded the “Reading Renaissance Master School” Award.
The Master School Award indicates that Westside Elementary School’s efforts to adopt Reading Renaissance methods school-wide have continued to result in measurable increases in student reading performance.
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To receive Reading Renaissance Master School Award the school must demonstrate that their students receive a minimum of sixty minutes of reading practice time daily. In addition, the teachers must be actively working with individual students to meet Renaissance-recommended standards for reading achievements.
Kneeling-left to right:
Michelle Tangle, Doris Henderson, Kelly Webb, Jennifer Langford, Terri Speegle, Debbie Butler, Jennifer Clem, Betty Hilbish, Loretta Moore, Diane McNeill, Nan Dollar, and Mary Rutledge
Middle Row-left to right:
Andrea Dunn, Jan Brooker, Mary Lillian Roberts, Beth Fleming, Patsy Cullum, Sara White, Becky Holley, Lynn Brasfield, Andi Turberville, Betty Stephens, Jennifer Pruett, Dot Evans, Tracy Stewart, Sandra Seale, Ann Manning, Tammy Thrasher, Vicky Kelley, and Westside principal, Mary Glass
Back Row-left to right:
Tammy Spruell, Julie Lee, Linda McGillvray, Cora Harris, Jennifer Minor for Valtina Bowden, Barbara Martin, Amy Hasty, Mary Beth Freeman, Dee Roark, Lori Giles, Elizabeth Renner, and Jane Watson