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Trinity Classrooms Awarded Model Classroom Status
December 10, 2013

Trinity Christian School is proud to announce that the fifth grade classroom of Mr. Tim Traxler has achieved Model Classrooms for the 2013-14 school year.  This is an achievement that recognizes teachers and students who excel in the Reading Renaissance Program.  Students must maintain high averages while reading and taking quizzes over books that students read during the school year. Mr. Traxler’s class read and quizzed for a twelve week period while not only maintaining an 85% average, but also accumulating a medium number of points during that period.  The reading teacher for this class is Mrs. Rhonda Everett.

Trinity Christian School is proud to announce that the fifth grade classroom of Mrs. Rhonda Everett has achieved Model Classrooms for the 2013-14 school year.  This is an achievement that recognizes teachers and students who excel in the Reading Renaissance Program.  Students must maintain high averages while reading and taking quizzes over books that students read during the school year. Mrs. Everett’s class read and quizzed for a twelve week period while not only maintaining an 85% average, but also accumulating a medium number of points during that period. 

Trinity Christian School is proud to announce that the 3rd grade classroom of Mrs. Marla Zueck has achieved Model Classrooms for the 2013-14 school year.  This is an achievement that recognizes teachers and students who excel in the Reading Renaissance Program.  Students must maintain high averages while reading and taking quizzes over books that students read during the school year. Mrs. Zueck’s class read and quizzed for a twelve week period while not only maintaining an 85% average, but also accumulating a medium number of points during that period.

Trinity Christian School is proud to announce that the 2nd grade classroom of Mrs. Mary Leigh Coleman has achieved Model Classrooms for the 2013-14 school year.  This is an achievement that recognizes teachers and students who excel in the Reading Renaissance Program.  Students must maintain high averages while reading and taking quizzes over books that students read during the school year. Mrs. Coleman’s class read and quizzed for a twelve week period while not only maintaining an 85% average, but also accumulating a medium number of points during that period.



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