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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Inside Wednesday, August 28, 2013 Page 3 eScho0' bard -- Frmpagel 00oodu u Samari" :ira. Richards asked the board, "ifthe kids meet he had attended the MREA meeting in of }tome or pass all of our requirements, then should we Marshall. He noted subsequent meetings f' I'1  allow them to graduate? One board member were scheduled for this fall. The closest meet- said, "I would certainly think so." ing was at Anoka or Rochester. He contacted , I , Richards also talked briefly about the Rule the director and asked if there was not a closer of Eight. If a class has fewer than eight stu- dents it will not be offered. This is sometimes difficult because until a couple weeks into the school year enrollment is not always set because of the early start. Principal Olson mentioned that in the past two years between the elementary and high school there has been 150 students coming in or leaving the district. Athletic Director Leo Theisen reported there is 25 girls out for volleyball. Two more players joined the football team last week boosting their numbers to 36 players. Two students are out for soccer, and 4 girls are in cheer leading. Theisen also noted two schools will be dropping out of the Southern Confederacy Football conference next year. They are two of the farthest schools away from WWG. Superintendent Woelber told the board he would like to form volunteer committees to be as an advisory group for ideas for general things as well as fund raising. He is schedul- ing open meetings for anyone including com- munity members, to attend, and who are interested in serving on these committees. Board chairperson Marv Kleven reported site for southwest Minnesota. He received a reply that the fall meetings would include Marshall as one of the sites. In other action the board approved the fol- lowing items. Transfer funds from the general fund to the community education fund to erase a deficit of $66,301. Changed adult lunch and breakfast fees to $3.35 for lunch and $1.60 for breakfast to conform with federal requirements. Approved Head Start agreement for 13-14 for screening. Nominated Marvin Kleven for MSBA dele- gate assembly. Declared 3point broom sweeper as surplus to sell. Approved the hiring of the following people: Ashley Kircher, preschool; James Blahnik, secondary; Tanya Mershon, preschool; Karen Olson, elementary; Amber West, junior high volleyball; Morganne Knakmuhs junior high volleyball. Non renewal of Sherri Vind as kitchen assis- tant in Westbrook. New teachers 1 From page I Adrienne Kletscher to teach English Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WWG -- Adrienne Kletscher is a native of Warner, South Dakota. She is a graduate of Southwest Minnesota State University with a degree in Communication Arts and Literature Education. She previously worked in the Tracy, Milroy, Balaton district as a Paraprofessional. She will be teaching English 8, English 1, Journalism, and Creative Writing at WWG high school. She and her husband Adam have a one year old son named Hank. She enjoys spending time with her family, reading, cooking, listening to music, visiting new places, and catching up on her favorite TV shows. Kletscher said, "I am excited to teach in the school district I live. I look forward to a fun year with students." Last Saturday Good Samaritan Westbrook held a tour of homes. Above: Realtor Nate Knakmuhs talked with Eunice Christensen and Andrea Poon in the Troy and Stephanie Klasse home in Westbrook. Below and right: Steve and Linda Schmalz showed off their unique garden areas, including a novel goat on a shed roof. 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