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TRIBUNE Education Wednesday, March 24, 2004 Page 5 Charger Notes.... By Paul Oison Middle School Principal eighth graders stole the show last Thursday and School play "The Villain Wore a Dirty Shirt". had the students ready for another stellar per- Hats off to all who worked so hard, Mooooooo! we treated to another play. This time we will to watch the WWG High School perform Mr. Bitker also has everyone ready to go. times are Thursday, March 25th at 1:30 PM, 26th, at 7:00 PM, and Saturday, March 27th, at 7:00 PM at the WWG High School Auditorium. Hope it to one or more of the performances. are now over at WWG and if you did not to a teacher, please take the time to call the we'll set up a conference. Please remember that it Parents and teachers best interest to be up-to-date on progress. sports season is underway with track, golf, and practicing. Baseball will start on March 29th. the time to drive a little slower before and after remember that our track team practices in vari- and sometimes runs out into the country. Please be patient. A few extra seconds could our school will also take time to remember Mrs. She left us a year ago and we miss her laughter. school at Walnut Grove for many years. It is still by her room and not see Mrs. Fornberg give you was quite the practical joker with everyone at Fornberg always had time to laugh. She could a student or staff members' day by giving them noticed they were having a bad day. Those of us her or had her as a teacher are the ones who Mrs. Fornberg was the master when it came We think of you daily and we miss you dearly. ior Profiles , Abigail Doug and Doris Princess Bride :Any CSI class: and Shakespeare My playing piano, sewing, scrapbook- eat out: Panda Buffet Spend a Sunday afternoon: Watching TV or l You athnire and why: My parents, because they it important to teach me everything they |ou would like to visit: Vienna, Austria the greatest challenge facing young adults Overcoming the pressure to fit in attend one special event this year it A Presidential debate l}lans: South Central Technical College are in pursuing and why: secretary you have for yourself by the year 2015: ob and be married activities: Band. choir, FCA, FCCLA, drum- jazz, fall musical, spring play, choralaires, Big boys basketball stats. activities: 4-H, youth groups Yang Zong Yang and g that tastes movie g that sounds You Dance by and Tia class: Pre-calcus Reading and danc- Spend a Sunday afternoon: Home would like to visit: Thailand challenge facing young adults It's difficult to overccme their problems Plans: University of South Dakota-4 year college are interested in pursuing and why: have for yourself by the year 2015: Be activities: Theater, choralaires, speech, None cheerleading, danceline, National Honor Sister/Big Brother program Westbrook-Walnut Grove FFA meats team places sixth at the Pipestone Invitational Meats Contest. WWG FFA meats team members are Joe Glanzer, Brittany Conrad, Micah Rupp, Ben Gundermann, Levi Richards, and James Rupp. Micah Rupp placed 10th overall Individually with 569 points and Joe Glanzer was close behind with 561 points. Members will be competing on April 16th in the Region VI FFA meats contest. Submitted photo WWG Horticulture class to tour Bachman's Floral Westbrook-Walnut Grove Horticulture class will be touring Bachman's Floral, Home and Garden Center and Bailey's Nursery in the Twin Cities on Monday, March 29. We have space fbr ten people that would be interested in the tours. If' you would like more information, call Linda Carter at 507-274- 6111. Josh Byers Parents: Kevin and Karolyn Byers Favorite Food: Spageth Movie: Dumb and Dumber, Forest Gump Music: Rock and Rap TV Show: Sportcenter Book: Alive High school class: Algebra II Possession: Car Hobbies: Sports Place to eat out: Taco Johns Place to spend a Sunday afternoon: Home Person you admire and why: Dad, he's a smart man Place you would like to visit: Mexico I think the greatest challenge facing young adults today is: Jobs Because: The economy Future plans: MN West, Worthington Career you are interested in pursuing and why: Undecided One goal you have for yourself by the year 2015: Married, have a job that's fun In school activities: Football, Basketball WWG Drama department to present 'Summer of Kaos' The WWG Drama department will present 'Summer of Kaos , by Stephen Murray, a fun romp through the trials and tribu- lations of a summer camp with a 12 watt radio station. Shows for the public will be Friday, March 26th at 7 p.m. and 2 shows on Saturday, March 27th; a matinee at 2:00 p.m. and the final show at 7:00 p.m. All are welcome. Westbrook School Lunch Menu March 29 -April 2, 2004 Breakfast: Monday: Cereal, yogurt, juice, milk. Tuesday: Egg, biscuit, fruit, milk. Wednesday: PJ & J, fruit, milk. Thursday: Breakfast pizza, fruit, milk. Friday: Cinnamon tas- trie, fruit, milk. Lunch: Monday: Tony's stuffed sandwich, vegetable, fruit choices, carrots, sandwiches, milk, ice cream. Tuesday: Oven baked chicken, mashed potatoes w/gravy, fruit choices, vegies w/dip, sandwiches, milk. Wednesday: Beef goulash, vegetable, fruit choices, car- rots, sandwiches, milk. Thursday: April Fool: Dog-gone chicken, potato smiles, kumquats, carrots, sandwiches, milk, Jell-O. Friday: Fun fish, tater tots, fruit choices, carrots, sandwiches, milk. Walnut Grove School Breakfast and Lunch menus March 29 -April 2, 2004 Breakfast: Monday: Long Johns, sausage, fruit, milk. Tuesday: Waffle, sausage, fruit, milk. Wednesday: Breakfast pizza, fruit, milk. Thursday: Cinnamon raisin biscuits, fruit, sausage, milk. Friday: Cereal w/milk, toast, juice. Lunch: Monday: BBQ on bun, tots, glazed carrots, fruit mix, ice cream, milk. Tuesday: Sliced turkey, B/B, mashed potatoes w/gravy, peas, peaches, milk. Wednesday: Italian dunkers, B/B, corn, treat, applesauce, milk. Thursday: Scalloped potatoes & ham, B/B, let- tuce salad, *no Chef's, pineapple, cake, milk. Friday: Hot dogs, mac & cheese, green beans, treat, fresh fruit. Chandra and Anita Submitted photo Chandra Kolar participates in Magnet Arts 00,rogram .... I'm Chandra Kolar, a senior from Westbrook. I have been taking part in the Arts Magnet Program from Westbrook-Walnut Grove High school since September. I always remember wanting to learn how to tap dance since I was little. I always watch tap dancers when they appear on T.V., and I always think, "Wow, I would love to be able to do that." Not many seniors start learning how to tap dance, but I decided that I wanted to learn; my age didn't both- er me. At the beginning of September I started taking tap dance lessons from Anita Runck in Lamberton. I go to Lamberton every Wednesday for a half hour lesson. From September until Christmas I learned the basic steps and techniques. After Christmas break I started learning my routine for the recital which will be held in May. In the recital I will do a solo act. The recital will include all of the classes in Anita's studio. Now that I have learned my whole routine, I am perfect- ing it. Soon I will start learning my part for the finale part of the show. Tap dancing takes a lot of prac- tice, patience and thinking. I really enjoy going to Lamberton and taking les- sons. Creative Memories Workshop Community EdUcation is offering a creative memories workshop on Friday, March 26 from 7 - 10 pm in the Westbrook school community room. 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