Principal Ivonne Beegle, left, and Administrative Dean Suzanne Ray, right, greeted arriving students at Cardinal Valley Elementary School, 218 Mandalay Rd. in Lexington, Ky., Wednesday, September, 22, 2010. Cardinal Valley is one of the few schools in Fayette County that saw its scores go up dramatically this year in statewide student testing. They up 15 percentage points in reading and 20 points in math.
Principal Ivonne Beegle, left, and Administrative Dean Suzanne Ray, right, greeted arriving students at Cardinal Valley Elementary School, 218 Mandalay Rd. in Lexington, Ky., Wednesday, September, 22, 2010. Cardinal Valley is one of the few schools in Fayette County that saw its scores go up dramatically this year in statewide student testing. They up 15 percentage points in reading and 20 points in math. Herald-Leader
Principal Ivonne Beegle, left, and Administrative Dean Suzanne Ray, right, greeted arriving students at Cardinal Valley Elementary School, 218 Mandalay Rd. in Lexington, Ky., Wednesday, September, 22, 2010. Cardinal Valley is one of the few schools in Fayette County that saw its scores go up dramatically this year in statewide student testing. They up 15 percentage points in reading and 20 points in math. Herald-Leader

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