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Two Council Bluffs Community School Students Receive Belin-Blank Awards

Jocelyn Miller and Eleanor Preston, both students at Kirn Middle School earned Belin-Blank Awards over the weekend at a ceremony held on the University of Iowa campus.  Miller and Preston were selected based on their performance on the I-Excel Test.

In order to be recognized at this ceremony, students in grades 4-12 must either 1) earn top scores in the Belin-Blank Exceptional Student Talent Search (BESTS), 2) were selected to one of the Belin-Blank selective programs, or 3) receive special recognition in a Belin-Blank Center program.

Each student was asked to select a teacher who has made a profound impact on their education. This year Holly Sharp, a TAG teacher at College View and Elizabeth Becker a 4th grade teacher from Longfellow, were selected by Miller and Preston to be recognized. Each teacher was allowed to walk across the stage with their student to receive an award.

 

Jocelyn Miller and Eleanor Preston, both students at Kirn Middle School earned Belin-Blank Awards over the weekend at a ceremony held on the University of Iowa campus.  Miller and Preston were selected based on their performance on the I-Excel Test.

In order to be recognized at this ceremony, students in grades 4-12 must either 1) earn top scores in the Belin-Blank Exceptional Student Talent Search (BESTS), 2) were selected to one of the Belin-Blank selective programs, or 3) receive special recognition in a Belin-Blank Center program.

Each student was asked to select a teacher who has made a profound impact on their education. This year Holly Sharp, a TAG teacher at College View and Elizabeth Becker a 4th grade teacher from Longfellow, were selected by Miller and Preston to be recognized. Each teacher was allowed to walk across the stage with their student to receive an award.

 

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