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LSES, RES Students Win Learning A-Z Summer Challenge

Over the summer, Learning A-Z partnered with Keller ISD (grades K-5) to encourage students to engage with Raz-Kids and Headsprout, and the top two students – Lone Star Elementary's Terrance Guo and Ridgeview Elementary's Sakura Sefidro – were recently surprised with a Kindke and headset with speaker for their accomplishments.

Learning A-Z provided a report at the end of summer which tracks the students who not only participated, but also highlighted the top two students who spent the most time listening/reading online. 

The program also allowed the District to track the campuses with the most student participation, and that distinction goes to Eagle Ridge Elementary with 26,472 minutes. The school has received a banner to showcase on their campus.

Additionally, all students in the District who took part will be given a certificate to celebrate their participation.

Congratulations to our winners, and to all students who spent time to engage in academic growth throughout the summer months.

Lone Star Winner holding prizes with school administration   RES winner holding prizes with RES principal