More than 40 Lincoln-Way East High School students recently exceeded state standards in all three areas of the Prairie State Achievement Exam. | Supplied Photo
Updated: February 7, 2013 6:01AM
Lincoln-Way East High School recently honored 41 students who exceeded state standards in all three areas of the Prairie State Achievement Exam.
The exam, which is given to high school juniors every spring, measures student achievement in reading, mathematics and science.
“Thank you for all your efforts,” principal Scott Tingley told students during a recent breakfast before school. “It’s impressive to have this many exceed state standards.”
Among those honored this year were Lucas Aleck, Mitchell Arvidson, Jack Bainbridge, Jessica Bicek, Ryan Bird, Michaela Cantu, Veronica Connolly, Rachael Digrazia, Nicholas Dudczyk, Caitlin Duffner, Thomas Gilman, Luke Greenfield, Scott Hammond, Chad Hosman, Gregory Jennrich, Jonathan Junkroski, Anthony Kaplan and Bradley Kosinski.
Also honored were Kelsey Maka, Michael Marinier, Alyssa McBride, Curtis Olbrich, Thomas Piet, Joseph Piscia, Lucas Raczek, Nicole Rainford, Mark Reczek, Michael Reda, Maureen Rice, Jessie Roemer, Michael Rollberg, Joel Ruby, Allison Rymut, Tyler Scaletta, Patrick Shea, Spencer Smith, Daniel Sobczak, Kelly Twohig, Jimmy Uteg, Alexander Vogt and James von Albade.
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