Kimball announced the All-Conference Academic varsity players with a 3.8 grade-point average or higher. In front, from left are Taylor Schreiner - CC, Maddy O’Brien - VB, Stacy Hurrle - VB, Shelby Schiefelbein - VB, Cameron Hunt - FB, and John Zipoy - FB. In middle are Grace Kopitzke - CC, Denzel Atherton - CC, Ben Serbus - FB, and Rebecca Frank - VB. In back are Erika Johnson - CC, Madison Libbesmeier - CC, Lexi Rose - VB, Hollie Donnay - VB, Ted Zipoy - FB, and Mathias Hennen - FB. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs.
Monday, Dec. 9, will kick off the holiday season with a choir and band concert at the Kimball Area High School. A vocal Christmas prelude will begin at 7 p.m. followed by the Jr. High Band, at
7:30 p.m. A reception will follow the concert.
Thursday, Dec. 12, grades K-3 will perform with second- and third-graders doing “The Littlest Reindeer”. The program will begin at 7 p.m. in the elementary gym.
Monday, Dec. 16, grades 4-6 will present “Santa’s Frosty Follies”. The program included singing, dancing, and costumes, etc., and will begin at 7 p.m. in the elementary gym.
Friday, Dec. 13, stop by Harvest Bank at 1 p.m. to hear a group of Arlene Sands’ senior high choir students singing holiday favorites.
All the concerts are free, and will certainly put you in the holiday spirit. The instrumental program is under the direction of
Mr. Keith Haake and the vocal program is under the direction of
Ms. Arlene Sands. We hope to see you there.
First-graders at Kimball Elementary made their own Pilgrim or Indian costumes, and spent the morning preparing applesauce for their annual “First Thanksgiving” feast Tuesday, Nov. 26. They enjoyed pumpkin muffins with whipped cream, homemade
applesauce, popcorn, and apple juice. Staff photos by Jean Doran Matua.
Meet the teacher - Melissa Carriveau
Class/Grade/Subject(s): High school math
My family: Husband Scott, son Daniel.
I grew up in: Little Falls.
My high school: Little Falls Community High School.
College: University of Minnesota, Duluth: BAS Teaching Mathematics.
At least one parent was present at the Nov. 20 Kimball school board meeting to express concern, and a desire for a full-time superintendent. Shawn Meyer said we need a full-time superintendent now more than ever, especially with the financial problems now facing the district (Statutory Operating Debt, or S.O.D.). He personally offered to do whatever is needed to help pay for a full-time superintendent, even if it means selling donuts in the parking lot. “We get what we pay for,” Meyer said.
No board discussion was held at this meeting about starting the process to find a replacement superintendent, or whether that replacement would be full-time or part-time. Now that Mr. Tritabaugh’s resignation has been filed and accepted, the board can move forward to post the job, establish a hiring committee (that may include teachers and community members), conduct interviews, and hire a superintendent to be in place before June 30.