E.C.S.E. Preschool - Hannah’s Room
(Not Enrichment or Play and Learn School)
Crayons - set of 8 large size
Glue - 1 bottle of white (8 oz.)
Glue sticks - 6 large
Markers - 8 washable, broad tip
Pencils - 2 large
School bag - no wheels
Scissors -blunt tip
Open house is from 4-7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 27, at the Kimball Elementary School. There will be various forms needed to begin school, as well as tables for Hendricks’ Bus Co., Taher Food Service, Partners in Education, and many others available.
Grades 4-6 need a planner, which P.I.E. will sell that night at their table in the gym. The planner is $3.
The Kimball school board and administration has been watching anxiously the anticipated count for kindergarteners in the 2013-14 school year. The July 17 meeting of the school board was a critical time to make a decision. With the number teetering at 54 (51 for all-day every-day kindergarten and 3 for part-time), a decision would have to be made whether to add a third section. Time would be needed to set everything up, and a decision at the next meeting Aug. 21 would be too late. Although Kimball Elementary principal Jim Houseman was not at the meeting, the board decided July 17 to add a third section. There will now be three classes of kindergarten at Kimball, each with about 18 students (instead of two classes with 27 wriggling 5-year-olds). The new kindergarten teacher will be hired as a long-term substitute, converting to a contract.
This coming year’s third-grade class is anticipated to have 56 students: 28 in each of two classes. Taking into consideration the district’s finances, and the different needs of the two age groups, the board decided to invest in a third kindergarten section at this time. There are other ways to augment third-grade learning that have been successful in the past, such as having separate sections (with smaller numbers of students) for basics like math and reading. These can be added at any time during the school year, as needed.
Monday, Aug. 5, mandatory meeting for parents of any student in grade 7-12 who plans to participate in activities at Kimball Area High School during the 2013-14 school year. There will be a general meeting for all parents, followed by separate meetings for each sport.
Cubs’ Clothing may be ordered from now through Aug. 9 (for delivery Aug. 26. The next order will be Aug. 12-30 for delivery Sept. 16.
KAHS Activities Director is Bruce Holmseth at (320) 398-7700, ext. 311.
There will be a sports meeting for all parents of athletes in grades 7-12 at Eden Valley-Watkins High School at 8 p.m. Monday, Aug. 12, in the new high school gymnasium.
EV-W Activities Director is Dave Schneider at (320) 453-2900 ext. 1159.
University of Minnesota, Duluth, spring Dean’s list
From Eden Valley:
Alyssa R. Schultz, Sr, Educ & Human Service Pro, Psychology BA SC
Jeremy D. Schultz, Fr, Educ. & Human Service Pro, Exercise Science
Alexandra Theis, So, UMD-Sci & Eng. Swendon Coll of, Cell and Molecular Biology BS
Kelsey Vigoren, Sr, Labovitz School of Bus & Econ, Health Care Management B B A
From South Haven:
James Chapman, So, Labovitz School of Bus & Econ, Pre Business
Travis D. Eisenbacher, So, UMD-Sci. & Eng. Swenson Coll of, Cell and Molecular Biology BS
Jaron Faber, Jr, UMD-Sci & Eng. Swenson Coll of, Biology BS
Bemidji State University announces its spring semester Dean’s list
Bemidji, Minn. Saturday,
June 27, the Spring Semester Dean’s List was released by Dr. Martin Tadlock, vice president for academic affairs at Bemidji State University, and included students from the area. Bemidji State students carrying 12 or more semester hours during any one term and earning at least 3.25 (B-plus) grade point average are listed on the Dean’s List.
Deans List recipients are: Melissa Konz and Ryan Wieneke of Kimball, and Grant Warren of Watkins.