Skills Test

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    Sixth-graders from Cedar Crest Intermediate School celebrated the completion of the first round of ISTEP testing Tuesday afternoon with a trip to Eastown Recreation Center in Jasper. The 57 students filled the lanes during the after-school bowling session. “Why?” sixth-grader Andrew Denu cried out after knocking down nine pins. “I missed just one.” Brittney Lohmiller/The Herald

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    Sixth-graders Lauren Klem, left, Serenity Schepers, Skyla Smith and Anna Hulsman joked around with each other while taking turns bowling. "This is our celebration of hard work," Sixth-grade teacher Kyla Lueken said. Brittney Lohmiller/The Herald

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    Sixth-grader Noah Muller checked his score on the monitor before taking his turn to bowl. Brittney Lohmiller/The Herald

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    Sixth-grader Madi Sherman waited her turn to bowl. Brittney Lohmiller/The Herald

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    Sixth-grader Tyler Hammond and the rest of the sixth-graders tried their best to get strikes while bowling after school. Brittney Lohmiller/The Herald

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    Sixth-graders Lauren Klem, left, Serenity Schepers, Anna Hulsman and Skyla Smith joked around with each other while taking turns bowling. Brittney Lohmiller/The Herald

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    While the rest of his classmates finished up their games sixth-grader Austin DeSchamps opted to read. Brittney Lohmiller/The Herald