Thursday, Feb. 14, the Junior Cubs kindergarten and first-grade players performed at halftime of the varsity boys’ basketball game against Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa. The players just completed a five-week Saturday morning program learning various basketball fundamentals. Members of the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams helped Coach Kuechle and Coach Klein teach the players during the program.
We have 20 in our class. This year we are learning multiplication and division, simple algebra, paragraph structure, and the physics of sound.
For our field trip, the third grade will go to the zoo. For a fundraiser, we are collecting Food Club Points. Our class is special because we are hard-working and enthusiastic about learning!
Speechers are used to frigid temperature and to blustering winds in the early mornings. But seriously, Mother Nature, enough already!
Annual Sweetheart Breakfast
The annual Sweetheart Breakfast, traditionally held the weekend closest to Valentine’s Day, was postponed because of a winter storm. It is rescheduled for Sunday, Feb. 24, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Kimball High School Cafetorium, and this time, Mother Nature is going to have to cooperate. Please join us for hot pancakes, crackling Knaus sausages, and love poetry and songs. Adults are $7, under 5 are $3 and tickets available at the door.
“Finger snappin, hand clappin, and toe tappin” concert will be presented on Tuesday Feb. 26, in the gym at the Kimball Elementary School.
The concert will be given at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.
The grades 4, 5 and 6 students will be in this concert, along with the elementary band.
Come ready to have some fun!
I’m sure you’ll feel like singing along, tapping your toes, snapping your fingers, and especially clapping your hands after the exciting numbers the students will be singing. Also included are dances, instruments, a rap, and other songs to liven up this cold, snowy winter.
The band will begin the program followed by the grades 4 through 6. The finale will include a number by all the students. Hope to see you there for an exciting evening.
The band is under the direction of Keith Haake, and grades 4-6 under the direction of Arlene Sands.