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TRIBUNE Education Wednesday, April 28, 2004 Page 5 22 schoo!s to Charger Senior Profiles compete ,n MSHSL Region Notes.... Dean V00nter IliA Visual Arts By Loy Woelber School Superintendent from WWG Schools, the Lord we got rain!! Wind isn't much fun, but we to take the moisture when we can get it. We are I] up a great month of April with our activities and class- has been very cooperative in allowing many and meets to continue as scheduled. We have a trips and conventions happening this time of year. I to see that our kids are getting the opportunity to different things outside of our area. I heard 'wOnderful report on our senior trip this year! They had and they were fine young men and women. that we can ever stop stressing the importance StUdents and employees representing their schools and in fine fashion. It looks like we should have a nice week at the high school next week. Please do not any fundraising money so that we staff members taped to the wall! a little tighter this year in planning for capital outlay next year. We have been lucky in the past to have the will allow for a few extras. But I believe that every- is quite pleased with what we have and our kids because of that. We will continue though to keep budget high enough to stay on top of our build- continual needs. we will not be.seeing a big turnover in teachers or staff for next year. Unfortunately, we have about six that need to be filled. It is a trend that is the area/state/country. Coaching, especially is not as fun as it used to be. Some parents have loving feeling" when it comes to coaches and the LJite as strong as it used to be. We always try within to start with but if we can't find someone con- the kids, then we will be looking outside the school people to help our kids have positive experiences Currently working on summer school plans and taking rec hiring. We also have a summer soccer has begun. We hope to have our best summer yet COmes to quality programming for our kids. Call with we will keep trying to do our best. Have a great ;on serves as High School Secretary State Mary Kiffmeyer Secretary of essary functions in assisting Kiffmeyer met legislators and legislative 20 with high school staff. At the same time, the the State pages gain hands-on experi- ence and learn about the Johnson, Storden, practical inner-workings of the participants state government. Students with Secretary interested in the program While visiting may call 651-296-7452. Kiffmeyer's office, 'The high school pages the opportuni- serve a wonderful purpose ake a souvenir and learn a lot in the process of the State Seal . . we all enjoy seeing them around the Capitol," said high school pages Kiffmeyer. "These students school juniors are becoming well-prepared opportuni- to take active public leader- at the State ship roles well into the perform nec- future." Terrific Kids for March P0000onsored by Westbrook Kiwanis Club Micaela Grams, daughter of Eric & Sally Grams son of Herding Michael Pierson, son of Allen & Deb Pierson Parents: Dean & Deloris Winter Favorite Food: BBQ ribs TV Show: Friends, CSI Book: "In Cold Blood" High school class: Forensic Science Hobbies: Drawing, relaxing Place to eat out: Applebee's Place to spend a Sunday afternoon: With friends or at , home Person you admire and why: Parents, they have given me so much Place you would like to visit: Europe & Hawaii If I could attend one special event this year it would be the: The 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece because it would be a great experience. Future plans: Kansas State University Career you are interested in pursuing and why: Architecture One goal you have for yourself by the year 2015: To be happy and to know what I'm going to do with my life. In school activities: Fall musical, one-act pla); Spring play, Jazz Band, Polka Band, Knowledge Bowl, Big Brother/Sister Program, Band, Nat'l. Honor Society, Student Council Representative I Out of School activities: Sunday School teacher, Luther League Leah Anderson Parents: Lorna Anderson, Luke Mathison, Leo Anderson Favorite Food: Pizza Movie: Just Married Music: Anything TV Show: King of Queens Book: Speak High school class: Anatomy Hobbies: Spending time with friends Place to eat out: TGIF Place to spend a Sunday afternoon: at home Place you would like to visit: Bahamas Future plans: College, Ridgewater Career you are interested in pursuing and why: Medical Assistant One goal you have for yourself by the year 2015: Have g good job and be happy. Michael Yang Parents: Harris R. Yang & Bao L. Yang Favorite Food: Greasy stuff Movie: Star Wars Music: Rap/Hip Hop TV Show: Fresh Prince of Bel- Air, Friends Book: The Outsiders High school class: Astronomy Possession: My picture of May Pang Vue Hobbies: Fishing Place to eat out: Buffet Place to spend a Sunday afternoon: On the lake fish- irrg Person you admire and why: May Pang Vue because she is very organized, confident and very smart. Place you would like to visit: Providence, RI I think the greatest challenge facing young adults today is: Self image because people just want to look good. If you don't, they just get teased at and that's just wrong. If I could attend one special event this year it would be the: Wrestlemania XX in Madison Square Garden because I love professional wrestling and what's better than seeing them live at the biggest extravaganza event of all. Future plans: Good career. Maybe the Marines or Army. A university, I hope. Career you are interested in pursuing and why: Somewhere in the science field, mainly biology because I love science and why not get paid doing something you love. One goal you have for yourself by the year 2015: Be rich and have a wife. In school activities: One Nation, wrestling Out of school activities: Hunt, fish, play ball, vatch TV on May 5 WWG Public School will host 22 area high schools in Visual Arts competition on Wednesday, May 5, in Westbrook, MN. The gallery will be open for public view- ing from 1 - 2:30 p.m. At 2:30 p.m. award winners will be announced. Many of the art works can be viewed online at www.wwgschools.org. Students from area high schools will display works in the categories of drawing, painting, sculp- ture, mixed media, and mul- tiple images processes. During the day students will be able to take part in 4 workshops. Linda Canton will direct students in weav- ing and spinning experi- ments. Charlene Buescher will engage students in watercolor techniques. Shakun Maheshwari returns to again lead stu- dents in stain glass compo- sitions. Jennifer Kunin puts students to work in various aspects of paper making. Partial funding for these artists comes through pARTnership with the Perpich Center for Arts Education. Judges include Cat Abbot and Greta Murray from SMAHC, and well known local artists Shelley Cords-Swanson, Jerome Deuschle and Duane Penske. Schools registered for this year's contest include: Adrian, Benson, Canby, Edgerton Public School, Hill-Beaver-Creek, Lac Qui Parle Valley, Lake Benton, Lakeview, Lincoln HI, Luverne, MACCRAY, Minneota, Montevideo, Mt. Lake, Murray County Central, Red Rock Central, Russell Tyler Ruthton, SW Minnesota Christian, Tracy- Milroy-Balaton, WWG, Windom Area, and Yellow Medicine East. Happy 80th Birthday to someone special who's always there with T.L.C. WWG Bookfair WWG - Walnut Grove School Library is having a Buy One Get One Free Bookfair - May 6-13. It will be open school hours plus 6:30 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. Monday and Thursday and until 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. Think sum- mer reading with this great opportunity to buy twice as many books. WWG Schools late May 3rd WWG Schools will begin 2 hours late on Monday, May 3, 2004. It is a CPT Day at Westbrook. Walnut Grove School Breakfast and Lunch menus May 3-7, 2004 Breakfast: Monday: No Breakfast - 2 hours late start - CPT Tuesday: Cinnamon rolls, sausage, fruit, milk. Wednesday: Breakfast pizza, fruit, milk. Thursday: Toasted cheese sandwich, fruit, milk. Friday: Pancakes, sausage, fruit, milk. Lunch: Monday: Chicken patty on bun, oven potatoes, glazed carrots, treat, apples w/cin- namon, milk. Tuesday: Sliced ham, au gratin potatoes, green beans, B/B, fruit mix, cheesecake w/topping, milk. Wednesday: Tacoes in fix- ins, BIB, nacho . ch w/cheese sauce, Ric e C ri's bars, applesauce, milk. Thursday: Tater tot hot- dish, B/B, corn, cake, pears, milk. Friday: Fish sticks, mashed potatoes, peas, B/B, ice cream pineapple, milk. Hearing Aid Sales & Service Repairs on all makes and models. FREE Hearing Aid Cleaning! All hearing tests will be conducted by a MN Certified Audiologist who han- dles most digital and computer programmable hearing aids. FRANK PACOVSKY PROFESSIONAL HEARING AID SERVICE 16 Years Experience Minnesota Care and Medical Assistance Recipients Welcome Walk-ins welcome. For appt. call toll free 1-888-373-6038. Dr. Pabst Office at Mt. Lake - Thursdays 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. St. James Health Services - Clinic Hospital - Mon. from 1 - 4 p.m. Charger Greenhouse HOURS Monday ,,aturday 9:00 am ,1:3(::! l'n W00ay 9:00 am - 8:00 pm Get your ;ummer plants and help support the WWG Horticulture and Greenhouse Management Classes. m. m l