Both the Eden Valley-Watkins and Kimball school districts have been making preparations all summer for the coming 2014-15 school year.
Both districts face fluctuating enrollment, with class sizes that could change once school begins. And both districts have added sections of classes at the respec- tive elementary schools in antici- pation of larger class sizes.
Kimball Public Schools are planning their Open House 4-7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 26.
Please stop in to see your child’s room, meet the teachers, pay for lunches, and bring in supplies.
At the elementary school, there will be booths set up in the gym for lunch tickets, P.I.E., Hendricks Bus Company, Early Childhood programs, and many more. Please be sure to check out the many helpful representatives there.
At the high school, there will be a picnic for parents and students starting at 4 p.m. Seventh-
graders will receive their locker assignments, and all students will be given their schedules.
Hope to see you there.
The prior list indicated some grades would collect money and the teacher would purchase the supplies. That is no longer the case. ALL GRADES will buy their own supplies.
Mark all items with student’s name
Antiseptic wipes – large size
Beach towel in large Ziploc bag
Pictured from left to right are Sandi Nyren Ransom, Helen Kothe Larson, Betty Fieldseth Manke, Evelyn Salmela Weisman, Ardis Salmela Hammer, Elaine Salmela Johnson, Sharon Wesloh Brown, Karen Nyren Cleveland, Verna Lea Stuve Salmela and LaVonne Schauer Kadlec. These Ladies of Fair Haven attended Fair Haven Public School and later Kimball High School classes of ’56, ’57, ’58 and ’60. They have remained in close contact with one another all through the years, and whenever Sharon Wesloh Brown is here visiting from Reno, Nev., they try to get together. They met Tuesday, July 29, at the home of Verna Salmela, and then spent the afternoon remembering old times and viewing the flower gardens of Verna, Vanessa Schlueter, and Evelyn Weisman. Nothing like Old Friends. Submitted photo.
We missed our 30th reunion, so it’s a casual evening out with “old” friends.
Social hour is at 5 p.m., dinner is on your own if you choose. It’s at Pearl lake Lodge. The hayride leaves the lodge at 6 p.m., to return around 8 p.m. (BYOB/ & snacks).
Social time continues after the hayride at the Pearl Lake Lodge in Marty.
Bring your spouse or significant other. Spread the news to other classmates, including those who graduated before us, and those yet to turn 50.
Food and drinks are available at the Lodge at individual’s expense. They offer pizza and sandwiches on their menu.