DNE students kick-off state testing with rally

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

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Sterling Yang and Jordan Johnson acted out the importance of eating a healthy breakfast in a skit titled “The Angry Stomach” during Monday’s pep rally at the Decatur Northside Elementary School. The pep rally was held to get students ready for the “big test” and included two skits, songs and cheers.

Sterling Yang and Jordan Johnson acted out the importance of eating a healthy breakfast in a skit titled “The Angry Stomach” during Monday’s pep rally at the Decatur Northside Elementary School. The pep rally was held to get students ready for the “big test” and included two skits, songs and cheers.
Photo by Janelle Jessen

Students at Decatur Northside Elementary School kicked off two weeks of state standardized testing with a pep rally on Monday afternoon. The pep rally — with humorous skits, funny songs and cheers — was designed to give children confidence and teach them skills that will help them do well on the tests.


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School News, Pages 11 on 04/06/2011

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