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qEL TRIBUNE F ducation Wednesday, November 5, 2003 Page 5 Conferences will be held on Monday, in Walnut Grove, and Tuesday, November 11, and Walnut Grove, and then on Thursday, 13, in Westbrook. Conferences will be from 5 - evening. , . ,. like to invite all our students parents/guarmans nfer, races. These conferences provide a vital link home and school. Parent/Teacher Conferences were sent out on October 28. If you have not a scheduled time, please call your child's school for are unavailable to attend at the specified time, to make alternate arrangements with n expect the conference to last approximately 15 jthnng this time, your child s teacher will review s work with you. This contains samples of your from the beginning of school through the date of rence. In addition, the teacher will go over test of classroom quizzes, attendance records, and nary information if that is pertinent. Our teach- share any observations they have made about . and any concerns that they may have. .ght ask you questions, such as, Does your child I like school. "Does your child have a concern about * a Whole, other classmates, or certain subjectsT' The you provide in answering these questions will llp child succeed in the classroom. your Parents to please visit with their child before con- k what he or she likes most and least about vhet aer he or she has a concern you should share teacher. Please write these concerns down and you to conferences. The more we both know child's academic progress, the better able we will your child experience success. If you have any WWG-)lease feel free to call either schl. Middle School will perform Coconut Palms  Thursday, November at 1:30 and 7:30 6, p.m. p.m. . on Friday, November 7, at 7:30 p.m. Children under ' tree. This play is a comedy written by Deb Kuehl , a Wacky hotel and strange visitors. Hope to see you 7th and 8th band and choir will perform at this an's Day program on November 11 at 2 p.m. in idd [e School gym in Walnut Grove. All are wel- l encouraged to attend. 00tbrook crisp. Tuesday Oven-baked chicken, mashed potatoes w/gravy, fruit choices, relish- es w/dip, sandwiches, milk. Wednesday - French toast sticks, sausage omelets, juice, fruit-choices, sand- wiches, milk. Thursday - Subs, chips, pickle, sandwiches, milk. Friday - Chicken patty on a bun, oven potatoes, fruit kwh. . choices, relishes, sandwich- "a...(lay - PB & J, es, milk, cake w/strawber- [," ries. liY " Eggs, biscuit, fruit milk. ,.Y" Chili, grilled [WORK FOR You  dait choices, relish - applo 2003 Westbrook Grove Walnut FFA Fruit, Meat, and Cheese Sale I I IIII now being accepted for .... ............ 13th Annual .................. Prairie Winds Fine Arts Festival Westbrook-Walnut Grove High School is now accepting registrations for the 13th Annual Prairie Winds Fine Arts Festival, which will be held on the shores of Lake Shetek November 16 and 17, 2003. The festival is an opportu- nity for students, grades 9- 12, to create an original work with a professional established in their field of interest. Students will choose from music, theater, dance, video production or visual arts workshops. To register, or for more infor- mation, call WWG High WWG 1st grade learns about saving School at 507-274-6111, or check out their web site at WESTBROOK -- First grade students of Westbrook and Walnut Grove visited Bank www.westbrook.mntm.org. Midwest last Thursday morning and were introduced to school program mascots, Mr. The registration fee Bear, and Sammy Squirrel. Bank Midwest donates $300 to the first grade class which includes artist fees, materi- is placed in a savings account. As the students progress through school, they will be encouraged to make investment decisions. In their senior year, the original $300 plus als, overnight accommoda- accrued interest will be turned over to the class and their advisor to use towards a tions at the Lutheran Bible school or community project. Above Mr. Bear posed with the Westbrook class and Camp at Lake Shetek, below Sammy Squirrel posed with the Walnut Grove class. meals and entertainment. With four student registra- :., tions, teachers register ... free. Students select one of five workshops for the two- '"''' day arts immersion pro- gram. Students signing up for the music workshops will learn about songwriting, performance, recording and learn about the business end of the music industry. Loose Gravel, a versatile music group from the Milan area, will work with stu- dents in this session. Story-telling with puppets will be featured in the the- ater workshops under the direction of Teressa Grega and Anne Sawyer of the Galuinph Theater in the Twin Cities. Students will experience various forms of dance" and choreograph a work under the tutelage of Sarah LaRose of the Christopher Watson Dance Co. and Riverbend Dance workshops will work with Walnut Grove chef's, treat, pears, milk Tuesday - Hot turkey on Arts of the Twin Cities. stained glass artist Shakun School bun, mashed potatoes/gravy, Usry Alleyne, from the Maheshwari, who will lead peas, ice cream, peaches, Perpich Center for Arts lessons on making individ. Breakfast and milk Education, will lead stu- ual stepping stones, as well Lunch menus Wednesday - Corn dogs, dents in the creation of a as the creation of a group mac and cheese, green short video. Students stained glass piece, beans, cookie, fruit mix, b/b, choosing the visual arts November 10-14 milk Breakfast: Thursday- Dell sandwich, Book Fair Thursday Monday-Chocolate chip chips, mixed vegies, pista- muffin, sausage, fruit, milk chio salad, pineapple, milk WWG is pleased to and teachers are included Friday- Tuna hotdish, b/b, announce the Scholastic at the fair. Tuesday Waffles, corn, treat, applesauce, milk Book Fair will be at the For your convenience, sausage, fruit, milk Westbrook Elementary an order form is printed on Wednesday - Breakfast School T h u r s d a y, the back of the book list pizza, fruit, milk CLASSlBi:D November 6. It will be open attached to the letter all Thursday Toasted 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. on parents should have cheese sandwich, fruit, ADS school days from November received. There are addi- milk . " 6-19. tional items and books in Friday - Cinnamon raisin -MALL PRICE "Please take note the fair that do not appear biscuit, sausage, fruit, milk BIG RESULTS that the Book Fair will on the booklist. Lunch: also be open during WWG schools earn a Monday-Chili mac hot- Parent/ Teacher percentage of all sales dish, b/b, lettuce salad, *no Conferences Tuesday. made, so you are encour- November II and aged to participate in this i[ AliR21$1NOrOpe ers, Lapel Pins, 1 Thursday, November 13 exciting fundraising event. evenings until 8:30. The profit made will be dren a wonderful opportu- books for our library. nity to select and purchase Your child may attend books on many subjects, above dates, l.eRe both fiction and non-fiction "Remember to stop by Coffee Mugs, Bumper Stickers, Buttons, and for all reading levels the Book Fair during Calendars, Executive Gifts, Balloons and and ages. In addition, Parent/Teacher any items you need to: books 'of interest to parents Conferences. 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