Kimball Speechers traveled to Sauk Centre Saturday, March 2, to compete with 16 schools for top honors. At a speech tournament, students are ranked in each of three preliminary rounds, where competition is randomly drawn. Scores are then tallied, and speakers with the eight highest ranks meet in a fourth round. In this final round, the speakers are scored by three judges. Team points are tallied based on both preliminary and final round scores.
Alissa Jones, fourth from left, is a senior who has been part of the Kimball speech team since eighth grade. She has placed second approximately a dozen times over in her career, and she finally earned a champion medal in Extemporaneous Reading. Submitted photo.
Monday, March 11, the KAHS Bands will present their Winter Concert at 7:30 p.m. in the North Gym at Kimball Area High School. The bands will perform a variety of literature ranging from the
Sr. High Band’s contest material to a medley from the musical Les Miserables and the Raiders March from the Indiana Jones movies. There should be something for every musical taste, so please join us for an evening of music. The concert is free and open to the public.
Keith Haake, Band Director
The Kimball Kindergarten Round-up is planned from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 25, at the Kimball Elementary School. If you have questions, please call the Elementary Office at (320) 398-5425.
In order to recognize achievement, outstanding progress, and responsible behavior in our student body, grade-level teams made up of teachers select one Kimball Area High School student in each grade to be recognized as the Student of the Month. The monthly winners are recognized in school, on the school website, and in the Tri-County News. They also receive a Subway gift certificate and Chamber Bucks from the Kimball Area Chamber of Commerce. Special thanks to Luxemburg’s Subway and the Kimball Chamber of Commerce for sponsoring this program. The following students are recognized for February 2013:
You can earn cash for your school every time you shop for groceries. “Box Tops for Education” is a program that pays 10¢ for every Box Top coupon you save. Be aware that these coupons have an expiration date on them.
Campbell Soup labels also have a coupon on them. “Labels For Education” are worth points for your school. Make sure you are clipping the whole coupon. It includes the Labels for Education insignia, point value and bar code.
A list of products which are sold with Box Tops For Education can be found at labelsforeducation.com, and btfe.com.
Dori Hamilton, American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 261, Kimball