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Congratulations to Jason Johnson!
He graduated from high school one year early.

Jason was in the 11th grade but he graduated early
so he can skip the 12th grade
and go directly to college.

The Plonski Math Method
did it again! **************************************************************

      Jason Johnson came to me as a student when he entered the eighth grade. Diagnostic tests indicated he had weak areas in his Math Skills. I started him immediately on the PLONSKI MATH METHOD. This method helps the student to learn to become an aggressive, independent learner. It focuses on building five thinking skills: gather data, compare, analyze, evaluate, and organize.

      For the next four years Jason did not use any standard math textbook. Instead he only used the materials provided by the PLONSKI MATH METHOD.

      Jason was in the 11th grade of high school when he passed the California High School Proficiency Exam on June 18, 2011. Because he passed this test, the California State Board of Education issued him a Certificate of High School Proficiency. This allowed Jason to skip the 12th grade of high school and go directly to college. Or Jason could choose to go to work full time with no need for a student work permit.

--- Tom Plonski

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Note:  The letter below is about Heather Pina.
Heather used the PLONSKI MATH METHOD while in the 7th,  8th, and 9th grades.
Instead of going into the 10th grade, she went straight into college.
--Tom Plonski

 
From : 	ttpina@xxxx.xxxt
Sent : 	Friday, September 2, 2005 9:51 AM
To : 	tomplonski@hotmail.com
Subject : 	Pina's new email address
	
Dear Mr. Plonski,
 
 We have changed our email address to ttpina@xxx.xxx. 
 We hope you will update our address in your list.
 
 Heather has begun college this year at 16 instead of finishing High School. 
 She did very well on her placement test.  She passed the entry level math
 portion with such high scores that they recommended that she take another
 test to see if she qualifies for Freshman Algebra.  She will take that test in
 the winter.  That is not too bad for a 16 year old, huh.  Especially compared
 to the number of students at COD who are high school graduates and can't
 get into Freshman Algebra.  Tony said that when he worked there,
 only 9% of entering Freshman placed high enough on the placement test
 to qualify for Freshman Algebra. 
 
 Thanks for everything you and Plonski math have done for our daughters.
 
 Teresa Pina


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Congratulations to Marrissa Perez!

On March 21, 2009 Marrissa Perez successfully passed
the California High School Proficienty Exam
and graduated from high school
ahead of her classmates.


Marrissa transfered to Tom Plonski Christian School from another high school. At that time Marrissa was severely deficient in all academic areas. In her previous high school she was failing all of her high school classes.

While at Tom Plonski Christian School, Marrissa learned to use time-tested procedures and proven solutions to improve her work habits and study skills.

Perfect high school attendance consists of 720 school days but, by using Tom Plonski teaching methods and materials, Marrissa overcame all of her academic deficiencies and graduated from high school with only 351 days of attendance.


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TOM PLONSKI
80-817 Hayleigh Court
Indio, CA 92201
Phone (760) 702-2962
Website: www.TomPlonski.com

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