And the ---2019--- WINNER is . . .Kelsa K!
of Lee's Summit, Missouri!
"I now think that it's important to tell people that I'm dyslexic so they really know who I am" Kelsa K.
CONGRATULATIONS KELSA! The 2019 national winner for outstanding academic achievement!
Here is what Kelsa had to say:
"I am 12 years old and very excited to start middle school next year. I learned that I was dyslexic when I was 9 years old. My mom has been tutoring me with Barton since then and I have finally made it to Level 10. I can't wait to finish! When I first started Barton, I didn't want to tell anyone because I thought people would look at me differently. When I was in 5th grade, I found the courage to tell my entire class that I was dyslexic. I now think that it's important to tell people that I'm dyslexic so they really know who I am. As hard as Barton is and as much as I would rather be doing other things, I know that it has really helped me in school. When I don't have to do homework or Barton, I LOVE to spend my time at the stables with the horses!"
2019 - Captain of Achievement
awarded to . . .
This Captain of Achievement Award is for all ages.
Our goal is to promote strengths, and reward those who tackle their learning style head on...to achieve their goals.
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