Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) Holiday Make It Take It Event
Parents and their 3-5 year-olds are invited for an evening of holiday fun.
• Monday, Dec. 16, 6-7:30 p.m.,
at Watkins Elementary
• Tuesday, Dec. 17, 6-7:30 p.m., at Kimball Elementary
Fee is $5/family
Sally Belgum-Blad ECFE Coordinator - EV-W Schools and Kimball Area Schools
Play & Learn Preschool Coordinator - Kimball Area Schools
(320) 398-7700 Ext 218 sally.
Santa was very busy this past weekend, and the jolly guy has a few more local stops before he heads back to the North Pole to make final preparations for
Saturday, Dec. 7, he met with lots of good boys and girls at Eden Valley-Watkins High School. The youngest was probably Knisley Bischof (8 weeks) who came with her sister Kynlee (22 mos.); their parents are Chris and Amy Bischof of Eden Valley. There were hotdogs and chips, and lots of activities like cookie decorating. The event was sponsored by Community Ed., and Tri-M students helped with projects, and Kaitlyn Gruber and Dyani Acosts were Santa’s elves. Because of the cold, the horse-drawn trolley was cancelled.
On Wednesday, Nov. 13, the EV-W IMPACT group created some sweet mustaches and did the freeze dance.
We had a groovy mustachio experience! Submitted photo.
The Eden Valley-Watkins High School Choral Department will present their Holiday Concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 9, in the EV-W auxiliary gym. The seventh- and eighth-grade choir, 9-12 choir and various small groups and soloists will perform in concert. The concert starts at 7:30 p.m. and everyone is invited.
It was almost “old home week” at Eden Valley-Watkins High School last Wednesday morning, Nov. 27. It was the Career Fair.
Nearly 40 individuals, many of them EV-W alumni, gathered at the high school to share their careers with students.
A number of careers were represented, including banking and finance, science, military, food science (chef), computer science, education, pharmacy, nutrition, cosmetology, news, law enforcement, human resources, nursing, social work, wind energy, construction, small business, and “nontraditional” careers.