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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, March 5, 2014 Page 3 ason argers The Chargers fell to EIIsworth last Thursday Tournament 67-50. Left: Dayna Comnick goes for a block. Above: Kaylee Mischke fought for the ball. Right: Emma Woelber taking a shot. night at EIIsworth in the Section 3A From page 1 IS ng Woelber talked about virtual trips through attending "Science on the Prairie" workshop Snow week was shorter due to SNOW but the Interactive Television setup at the at the Lamberton Experiment Station. all went well. Elementary school. I -TV technician High school principal's report: Superintendent Woelber's report: Courtney Locke is working with the muse- Principal Bill Richards reported the one Woelber talked about the "World's Best um to try and develop a virtual tour of the act play was streamed live with an interview Workforce." He told the board the members Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum and Walnut of the author through Skype. discussed various aspects of closing the Grove. At the PLC workshop teachers discussed achievement gap. Tom Merchant suggested to the board, that areas of teacher evaluations, skinny vs. One thing that surfaced during the meet- the virtual tours might be integrated into the block, schedules Life 101 revisited, and at ing was the fact that WWG is already deal- Community Education Program. risk student management, ing with Cultural Integration, but how do Elementary principal's report: Winter NWEA testing has been complet- you report on what you are doing when the Principal Paul Olson reported 158 stu- ed. district has been doing it for the last 20 dents attended a movie last month.Jr. high musical, senior high play, speech years. The youth wrestling tournament was a big and knowledge bowl are under way. Marcia Another item that came up is that the success with 116 wrestlers participating. Erickson will be assistingAdrienne Kletscher achievement gap is not really more evident The kindergarten through third grade will on the comedy "Beth." because of culture, but more due to socio- be participating in an ocean theme reading The FFA recently hosted the Region's economic factors. There are low income challenge from March 11 to April 11. American Farmer Degree interviews,families pretty much across the board with- Students will be challenged to read a certain An Arts IntegratiOn workshop was held out regard to culture. number of books during the challenge, recently. "We continue to look into teacher and A special Reward Reading Camp is High school conferences were held with a administration evaluation procedures," planned for Friday, April 11, from 5 to 8 p.m. surprisingly good turnout in spite of blustery Woelber said. "Staying at the forefront of It will include a special meal, door prizes for weather, technology should remain a high priority. readers, and each student will receive a book The 9-11 trip to the Ordway Theater, and The district needs to determine the direction to take home. the Science Museum had nearly perfect of hardware needed for the future -- more Several of the elementary staff will be attendance, lap tops, or tablets? Building and Grounds Capital outlay items are being looked into at both campus- es. Some discussion was on weather make up days, but was tabled until next month. Action was taken on the following items: • Approved revised budget for 2013-2014 Revenues of $5,956,889, and Expenditures of $6,027,793. • Approved a resolution discontinuing and reducing educational programs and posi- tions. • Approved support staff handbook for 2013-2014. • Accepted resignation of Ashley Freeburg. Approved hiring of Marcia Erickson as WG paraprofessional, and Rochelle Jarmer as Westbrook paraprofessional. • Approved contract with SWWC service coop for next year. $171,120. • Approved long term leave for Sally Oltmanns (4th quarter). Leave of absence for Mrs. Vandeviere for 1st quarter of 2013- 2014. I trr, g PARTY We strive to be the best place in town to have a drink, play pool or darts and meet friends, old and new. With an immense cocktail list; outstanding munchies and a fun, casual atmosphere, it's a scene away from the usual bar scene. After aft, it's not just another bar, it's a classic neighborhood hangout. ON/OFF SALE 628-4645 • Jeffers, MN ( • To-g orders/pre-orders are always welcome HwV 30. storden ;07-445-341 0 en Mort - Sat. 6:00 a.m. P - - 1 am. Sunday I YOUR GUIDE TO FOOD, & Westbrook., MN 5072.!4 5352 M-w:8a.m.-8 p.m. Thurs- Fri. 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. Sat-Sun. 8 am 2 pm Sunday Brunch ! 11.00 a.m. 1.00 p.m. t Saturday, March 8 4:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. Westbrook Community Center r • Bingo ,~ SuNo .',tO Ice and • Pull Tabs , • Beer ~araen Bean bag tournament • Bean Bags $20/team with 50% payback for kids Giant Jenga Tournament $20/team 50% payback • Frozen Whopper feed 4:00-7:00 Adult Drinks Bring the family! Proceeds 9o to school and community ,4 i salad, $9,00 per person Every Friday Night during Lent. :: Starting March 7, 2014 2•, 20,,•1 9. 1:00am-1:00 at St. Anthony's Church Westbrook, MN Come and see VFW Club in Westbrook Serving from 5:30 - 8:00 p.m. Sponsored by: Veterans Memorial Comm. I our new lift ,~' ~ 212043 l