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TRIBUNE Education Wednesday, January 28, 2004 Page 5 Notes. a Kid..." events that stand out among many from my at Lowell Elementary School in Sioux Falls. It was first grade. We had new black and white Workbooks to fill in the blanks about our simple I was not paying attention to the teacher. I was to find out what happened in the story as this fas- reading began to come alive for me. But I pencil soundly cracked across my new black and white workbook pages. "Do not Came the commandment. "Stay with the class" a finality took all my energy and even the tears fingers. My parents drove me quietly to a little, sand beside a huge prison like structure that I later high school. In the dull building I set quiet- doctor to give you a shot. An overly friend- name and asked me to sit in a chair for some me questions like "Are these two objects "Place these five shapes in order by kind." will a car go if it is hit at a certain angle?" At the I asked him what the tests meant. He said a few but the words I remember were "overachiev- By fifth grade, I had not been perfect. I had to a bulletin board. Participated in what the did not consider a funny "dead chicken leg" my share of illness. Returning after an illness a twenty word spelling test, because I was not needed to divide the words into syllables to get my teacher called me into the hall for a con- Went something like .... "Bill. You have had some people, we (who does /Ve' mean - I never can be responsible enough to run the 16 when we show films for the school. Can s?" I spoke softly, "Yes, Mrs. Goodhour .... "Good", she boomed so all could hear. "Then we You!" always said I was a pretty good student and they I needed help to find my way. Each of these n'=ade a lasting impression on me for better or a specific event and in a short time will surface. Draw your own conclusions. 40 years ago are still as vivid as if they had A child's mind remembers everything. I a matter of need when those powerful moments half of the school year, let parent and and student remember that each time we teach or compliment we change the world of the with for better or for worse. Use your and generosity. WWG Schools! a great start this semester and although we the win category, with our winter sports, the are keeping up a good attitude. Let's hope knocks 'em dead!' THE BIG BUZZ THIS Was our discussion regarding increasing class Grove K-4. This is a wonderful problem. ore wonderful than the decreasing/cutting else- going to have a planning session and a couple to address the problem of housing 29 or in Walnut Grove and 17 or more kids in have about 3 or 4 different options to make for the kids and our budget. I will keep every- meetings and we will plan on making a our April board meeting. Menu 6, 2004 Cereal, yogurt, Egg, biscuit, PB&J, Breakfast on tas- ailk. TOny's stuffed fruit, milk, - cake. dunkers fruit choice, beans, sand- Turkey roast, w/gravy, w/dip, i Hot Ham 'n beans, carrots, wedge, sand- gushers. turkey on a fruit choices, iches, milk, Walnut Grove School Breakfast and Lunch menus February 2-6, 2004 Breakfast: Monday: Breakfast bagels, fruit, milk Tuesday: Waffles, sausage, fruit, milk Wednesday: Cinnamon rolls, sausage, fruit, milk Thursday: Breakfast pizza, fruit, milk Friday: Cereal, milk, toast, juice Lunch: Monday: BBQ on bun, tater tots, peas, fresh fruit, milk Tuesday: Polish sausage on bun, sauerkraut, corn, treat, fruit mix, milk Wednesday: Sliced ham, augratin potatoes, lettuce salad, *no chefs, cookie, milk Thursday: Turkey on bun, rice, green beans, cake, pineapple, milk Friday: Pizza, b/b, fresh vegies/dip, sherbet, pears, milk WWG Stock Market Team The Accounting classes at WWG High School partic- ipate in a state-wide stock market game each semester. Each team consists of 4-5 students. They start with $100,000 and try to invest wisely to increase their investment total over a 14- week period. This semester, the team of Daniel Schneider, Cody Jarmer, Kelsey Paplow, Amber Knakmuhs, and Michelle Yang placed third out of over 800 teams in the state. This team was actual- ly in first place for twelve weeks, but unfortunately, had a difficult thirteenth week. This team increased their investment by 28% over 14 weeks. The top three teams are invited to a banquet in Minneapolis on January 16th. Their advisor, Mr. Leo Theisen, had this to say about the stock market game: "rhis game is a great supplement to the business classes I teach. Students really get excited about fol- lowing the progress of the stocks they purchase. It is a great real-life lesson on how the market really works. They get a feel for the ups and downs of the stock mar- ket. The research they do on companies really means something because they want their stocks to go up. (That doesn't always hap- pen!) Many students contin- ue to be interested in the stock market as a result of their experience. Stock Market team from left, Cody Jarmer, Amber Knakmuhs, Kelsey Paplow, Daniel Schneider, Mr. Theisen, and Michelle Yang. The Child Care Occupations Class Recently they completed teaching their themati units at Jenny Herding's, Twila Kletcher's and in the classroom. The students as well as the children had an enjoy- able experience. Jamie Vue, Cody Jarmer, Jordan Dibble, Josh Byers pictured with some of their students. Not pictured, Ricci Patch. Submitted photo Adult Basic Education Classes being offered WWG--Are you looking to improve your skills in reading, writing, spelling, math or technology? Are you looking for your G.E.D. or high school diploma? Would you like to improve your English or work towards cit- izenship? Do you need assis- tance with the Internet or email? Adult Basic Education can end your search! Personal attention is given to each individual student in a friendly atmosphere. Each student studies at their own pace and use materials spe- cific to the program. Classes are free of charge and open to any adult in the area. Classes are held in the Walnut Grove Middle School on Tuesdays at 4- 6 p.m. and on Friday at 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Instructor is Jeanne Kelsey at 859-2141. Class is also held in the Westbrook High School on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Instructor is Angie Benson at 274-5517. If you have any questions about the Adult Basic Education program please call the instructors or Sheryl Kopperud at 445-3265. College news Vikings' Becky Schulz shares conference honors Augustana College high jumper Becky Schulz has been named North Central conference indoor track and field co- athlete of the week. She shares the honor with Amanda Frame and AJ Peterson of MSU. Schulz, a freshman from Westbrook, MN, won the high jump at the HyVee/John Dalton Open in Vermillion, S.D., with a jump of 5 feet, 8 1/4 inches. It's the top jump in NCAA Division II competition this season and a provisional quali- fying mark for the NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field Championships to be held March 12-13 in Boston, MA. I n her first collegiate competition, Schulz cleared 5-6 at the USD Preseason Open on December 11, 2003, in Vermillion. Schulz is the daughter of Jim and Darcy Schulz of Westbrook. MN State Univ. - Mankato Fall High Honor and Honor Lists The Academic High Honor and Honor lists for the past fall semester at MN State U, Mankato, have been announced by Dr. Scott R. Olson, MSU vice president of academic affairs. A total of 889 students qualified for the High Honor list by achieving a 4.0 straight "A" average while 1,831 students earned a 3.5 to 3.99 average to qualify for the Honor list. To qualify for academic honors, undergraduate students must be enrolled for at least 12 credit hours for a grade. Local students on the lists include Shanell Amundson, Fr., 3.56, Avoca, MN; Annelisa Moore, Jr., 4, Lucan, MN; Victoria Krentz, Jr., 4, Walnut Grove, MN; and Nathan Pederson, Sr., 3.6, Westbrook, MN. Local student on SCSU Dean's List St. Cloud State University has announced the names of 1,400 students whose academic achievement placed them on the fall semester dean's list. To be eligible for the honor, stu- dents must have a grade point average of 3.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale. Mark Schueller, Lucan, is on the SCSU Dean's List. Tina Burns, Kia Yang, MaiZong Yang, Golden Yang, Lila Patch. Submitted photo Joe Ward, Seng Her, Silver Yang, Nou Yang, Yer Vang. Submitted photo WWG students nomi- nated for The National Academic Achievement Students in the WWG Middle School were nominat- ed by their teachers for the National Academic Achievement. Those nomi- nated were: Grade 5: Chanel Madson, Josh Gundermann, i , Large selection of fabrics I&M Upholstery Phone 859-2634 4 miles E. - 1 1/2 miles N. from Walnut Grove, MN. Rt. 1 Box 18 Revere, MN 56166 Colin Vosberg. Grade 6: Alexis Quade, Kaylen Demientieff, Suhail Varwani, Zach Otto, Kallie Gundermann, Spencer Knott, Steven Pfarr. Grade 7: Dan McClellan, Kyle Baumann, Grace Bitker, Brandon Jenniges, Josh Merrick. Grace 8: Austin Quade, Ellie Vondracek, Amy Byers, Jennifer Hoffman, Emily Helmer, Laurie Nordahl, Nick Dusek. CLASSIFIED ADS SMALL PRICE BIG RESULTS l