Even though Sally Zaring's first grade class isn't going to take the statewide student assessment next week, her students are doing their part to encourage their fellow schoolmates to do their best on the test.
Zaring's class spent about a half an hour on Tuesday afternoon writing notes and cards to fifth graders at Painted Stone who will be taking the Kentucky Core Content Test (KCCT) from April 21 to May 2.
Zaring said the students know how important the tests are for the school. The notes are good souses of encouragement for them, she said.
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