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1ST GRADE KARATE MATH
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Tuesday, February 05, 2019
Pictured: First Grader, Kaitlyn Mayo, standing in front of the Karate Math wall at SCPS.
Pictured: First Grader, Kaitlyn Mayo, standing in front of the Karate Math wall at SCPS.

Students at Sumter County Primary School (SCPS) are working hard to master addition and subtraction math facts; SCPS is using Karate Math as an initiative to promote learning of these skills. Students receive a new bracelet for each level they master. Kaitlyn Mayo, in Mrs. Sheryl Rush’s first grade class, was the first student to master addition and subtraction facts 0-10. She is now considered a Black Belt and is recognized on our Karate Math wall.

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