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TRIBUNE Education Wednesday, May 5, 2004 Page 5 Charger Notes . By Paul Olson Middle School Principal eve'one! The last month of school is upon us also means the busiest month for students, staff. We do have one big change to let you know WWG Middle School carnival and Whopper feed on Thursday; May 27th, instead of Friday. May graders will be gone on Friday. May 28th for trip that day, hence the change! Our carnival should sweeter for everyone because it sounds like we mini-donut machine. Be sure to come and enjoy and Austin Scarset will again headline a mini- camp for us on May 10, 11, 12 at the Walnut Grove gym from 6:30 - 8:30 PM. The cost will t-shirt. The camp is offered to students entering thru 12th grade. Please call me at 507-859-2141 will tell you that a student who is out for sports 'tyPe) has more responsibility. They have a responsi- to themselves, but to their coach, teammates. But in order to build responsible young as parents need to start these traits early in life. biggest ways to develop these traits is to give our weekly chores to do at home. We have to select age- tasks such as washing dishes, setting or clean- table, cleaning their room. preparing their own or mowing the lawn. Parents need to decide if their children are ready fbr certain chores. t down with your child and dis.uss what they could child(ren) know exactly what you expect track of the chores on some sort of chart on Then link these responsibilities to rewards. make sure you stand by your decision on chores. weren't finished, no reward. Also remember often we just do these chores for our children We feel we can get it done much quicker or without of continually reminding them. But. if we don't expect them to do things now. we cannot to listen and do them later in life. everyone to come and enjoy the 2004 W,VG Spring Concert at the Walnut Grove School will start at 7:30 PM on Friday; May 7th. Hope You there. WWG High School students Senior Profiles compete in St Louis On April 29 - May 1, the WWG High School band and choir participated in the Music In The Parks Festival held at Jefferson Community College, in Lanesboro, MO. The band competed in the High School Concert Band Class A Division which included students 9-12 with enrollment up to 750 stu- dents. There were 8 bands in Class A with the WWG band just missing 4th place by a half of a point. In fact, the difference between first and fifth place was a mere 5 WWG Middle School Spring concert slated The WWG Middle School Spring Concert will be held on Friday: May 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the Walnut Grove gym. Some of the selections on the program are as follows: Dry Bones, The Water is Wide, Royal Fireworks, Artifact, and Selections from Music iVa n . Performing these pieces and others will be the fifth and sixth grade concert band and choir, seventh and eighth grade choirs and band. The lubtic is invited to the concert, no admission charged. Directors for the groups are 'Ibm and Kathy Vondracek, piano accompa- nist. Sue Griffith. Raiser for Mary Domine Walnut Grove School building donated money and held fund for Mary Domine to benefit her cancer treatment. 7C raised the Total of the Fund Raiser was $532.00. rade S nce Fair grade Science Fair was on April 24, students attending: Samantha Elzenga, Staci Zeug, Kyle West, and Kallie placed first in and Product and Kristi placed L Earth and Space points. Sik bands in the cate- gory received excellent rat- ings and two received good. Both the band and choir students enjoyed other activ- ities in St. Louis which included a visit and tour of the Gateway Arch, lunch at Union Train Station, an evening cruise on the Mississippi River and a day at Six Flags Amusement Park. The students, chaper- ones and directors had a very positive and enjoyable time while there, returning early Sunday morning. College News Kari Kashmarek on Deans' List Rasmussen College, Mankato, has announced that Karl Kashmarek of Walnut Grove is on the Dean's List. To qualify the student has to obtain a 3.5 or higher GPA. Walnut Grove School Breakfast and Lunch menus May 10-14, 2004 Breakfast: Monday: Breakfast bagels, fruit, milk Tuesday: Long John, sausage, fruit, milk Wednesday: Cinnamon raisin biscuits, sausage, fruit, milk Thursday: Waffles, sausage, fruit, milk Friday: Cereal, milk, toast, juice Lunch: Monday: BBQ on bun, oven potatoes, green beans, treat, fruit mix, milk Tuesday: Deli sandwich, chips, California mixed veg- ies w/cheese sauce, pineap- ple tidbits, s'mores, milk Wednesday: Chili, crack- ers, lettuce salad, *no chef's, b/b, peaches, ice cream, milk Thursday: Chicken nuggets, b/b, mashed pota- toes, peas, pears, milk Friday: Soup and sand- wich, applesauce, treat, milk Andrea Marie Jacobsen Hannan Parents: Torild Jacobsen & Duane Hannan Favorite Food: spaghetti, twice-baked potatoes Movie: 10 Things I Hate About You Music: Green Day TV Show: That 70's Show Book: Lord of the Rings High school class: Astronomy, Shakespeare Possession: My rusty old van Hobbies: Collecting things: allthings Place to eat out: Green Mill Place to spend a Sunday afternoon: In my bed watching movies Person you admire and why: My Mother & Father -- they're swell Place you would like to visit: Alaska If I could attend one special event this year it would be the Olympics in Greece Future plans: SDSU Career you are interested in pursuing and why: Biology One goal you have for yourself by the year 2015: To be happy In school activities: Theater, Basketball, Volleyball, FFA, FCCLA, Annual Staff, tudent Council Rep., NHS, Polka Band, Big Sister -- a lot! Jasmine Nicole Madson Parents: Greg & Joyce Favorite Food: Bread Movie: Gladiator, Lord of the Rings, You've Got Mail Music: anything TV Show: CSI High school class: World of Foods with Mrs. Rise Possession: My car Hobbies: Scrapbooking, lifting weights, snowmobiling, spending time with friends and family Place to eat out: Minerva's, Olive Garden Place to spend a Sunday afternoon: Watching foot- ball Person you admire and why: My parents for all they have taught me Place you would like to visit: Hawaii, Rome Future plans: Bethel College Career you are interested in pursuing and why: Architecture One goal you have for yourself by the year 2015: Own my own business, be married and be happy. In scbool activities: Volleyball, golf, boys basketball stats, band, Jazz Band, Class secretary, FLA, National Honor Society, Big Brother/Big Sister, Polka Band. Aleida Maureen Van Maasdam Parents: Bob and Sherril Van Maasdam Favorite Food: Potato salad Movie: Much Ado About Nothing, musicals, sappy chick flicks Song: Lida Rose Book: Ten Little Indians by Agatha Christie High school class: Physics Possession: My collection of old perfume bottles filled with col- ored water and my ivy plants. Hobbies: Reading, needlework, music, organizing things Place to eat out: Old Country Buffet Person you admire and why: I admire individuals who, despite challenges they face in life, never get discouraged or give up and accomplish great things. Place you would like to visit: Europe and the Oregon Coast. I think the greatest challenge facing young adults today is: maintaining their own values/morals in the face of today's changing culture, media, peer pressure, etc. Future plans: SDSU Career you are interested in pursuing and why: Music education or performance In school activities: All music, All theater, Annual staff, NHS, Class treasurer, socializing with Karen in the office. Out of school activities: Church activities a great experi- can't wait for Scienc Fair participants. Spencer Knott, Samantha Baker, Christina Elzenga, Kflsti Hoffman, Staci Zeug, Shed Zeug, Kyle West, Suhail Varwanni and Kallle Gundermann. Find us on the Web at www.lyon-siouxpress.com Prices/ Service! New Friends/"   ' as=, DEALER KoS .ScotWaale Sir,e 19t7 00,)Tem0000o0000l.nq HWY t S. mmjm  141g.rl-$t44 OR ]ltl-lltl-l114 3ZO-761-llW # "Married Ladies" h Compete and represent your county/city at the I i ..m,r v, INTERNATIONAL PAGEANT i Interested morried Io?ies write or coil for Bio form: | P.O. 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