Students Preparing For The CATS Test


Could riding a bull increase high school test scores? The staff at Perry County Central hopes so.

To kick-off CATS testing, students got a final day to relax and have fun at school Wednesday before putting their brains to the test.

"Test scores are so important to everybody and we feel like if our kids are happy and we do nice things for them, they're going to give us a solid effort," said Coach Randy Napier.

"It's like not even stretching before you run. You're not going to do anything, but when you get ready to loosed up and have a lot of fun for just on day and be able to prepare for the next two days and the next two weeks you're going to be able to function a lot more clearly," said Sophomore Jacob Brashear.


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