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School menu Jan. 21-25 Breakfast Monday: No School. Tuesday: Breakfast pizza, juice or fruit, milk. Wednesday: Toasted cheese bread, sausage patty, juice or fruit, milk. Thursday: Egg bake, juice or fruit, milk. Friday: Pancake or French toast, sausage patty, juice or fruit, milk. Lunch Monday: No School, Tuesday: Waffle sticks with syrup, tater triangle & sausage patty or turkey ranch wrap, tater triangle, Community cucumber slices, tomato wedges, brown rice & lentil salad, apples- pineapple tidbits, milk. Wednesday: Pizza pasta bake w/ WG garlic toastor dell sub, roasted rutabega, broccoli florets, carrot sticks, kiwi-fruit cocktail, milk. Thursday: Taco salad w/tor- tilla chips or sloppy Joe on a WG bun, birthday cake, Romaine salad, tomato wedges, white bean & tomato salad, oranges-diced pears, milk. Friday: Pizza parlor cheese pizza or deli ham & cheese on WG, cauliflower, broccoli florets, green pepper sticks, apple wedges-peach slices, milk. invited to Social Studies Curriculum Focus Event Kimball Area Schools will be hosting a Social Studies Focus Event from 4-5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29. in room 111 at the Kim- ball Area High School. Commu- nity members are encouraged to come hear about the future of K-12 Social Studies in Kimball. Contact Nancy Bonnifield at (320) 398-7700, Extension 310, or n.bonnifield@kimball.k12.mn.us, for more information. Powder Ridge racers third at Trollhaugen By David Bacharach Forty-one area alpine ski- ers competed in the first of four Minnesota Junior D-Team Alpine ski races on Saturday, Jan. 12, at Trollhaugen in Dresser, Wis. The meet was won by Welch Vil- lage, followed by Trollhaugen, Powder Ridge, Coffee Mill and Andes Tower Hills. From a total of 280 competitors, combined best slalom and giant slalom times were used to score results. The following athletes took first place: Ellie Becker (girls age U6), Andy Becker (boys age U6) and Abby Wright (girls age 7). Brinley Zoller (girls age 13) earned a sec- ond-place finish. Third-place finishes were scored by Hannah Spoden (girls age 8) and Rachael Boesen (girls age 10) and fourth by Jack Rice (boys age 7) and Leah Wimmer (girls age 13). Scoring team points with fifth-place finishes were Ash- ley Stolt (girls age 8), Audrey Doug- las (girls age 9) and Ben Nelson (boys age 9). Other top 10 finishes included a 6th by Griffin Steil (boys age 7), Amy Berg (girls age 8), Tom Becker (boys age 8) and Helena Nelson (girls age 14); seventh by Gabe Becker (boys age 8), Devin Rus- sell (boys age 13), Kelly Zelko (girls KAHS Snow Days Jan. 28-Feb. 1 Dress Up Days - Each day, Stu- dent Government will choose one person from each grade as the "Cubs Fan of the Day". Monday, Jan. 28: Down on the Farm Lunch Activities - Musical Chairs Tuesday, Jan. 29: Blast from the Past Lunch Activities Mummy Wrap Wednesday, Jan. 30: Clash Day (plaid with stripes, etc.) Lunch Activities - Improvisa- tion Thursday, Jan. 31: Hollywood (vote on candidate dress up) Lunch Activities - Audience Art Friday, Feb. 1: Spirit Day Coronation/Pp Fest - 2:20 p.m. Friday in the Wirth Gym. Sno Days Dance - Friday, Feb. 1- 9 p.m.-midnight. Grades 9-12. Tickets $5 at the door, or $4 if purchased from a candidate in advance. Penny Drive - Each organiza- tion will have a jar (milk jug) dec- orated and located in the office. They will be transferred and mon- itored to the lunchroom during the lunch hour. The organization with the least amount of points wins for Snow Days royalty points. The money goes to the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. Snow Sculptures - Candidates will choose a "movie theme" to create their snow sculpture in the front parking lot. Movies must be PG. Sculptures will be judged for Sno Days royalty points. Must be done by Tuesday, Jan. 29. Posters - Each group of candi- dates will be in charge of building a team to help them design and make a poster for their organiza- tion. News of our students NDSU fall dean's list: A student must earn a 3.50 grade point average or higher 'and be enrolled in at least 12 class :redits to qualify. From Clearwater: Alexander E Jansen, Architecture major; Lyn- sey J. Kissinger, Psychology major; Crystal Rinkenberger, Architec- lure major; Karin M. Rudningen, Pharmacy major; Mariah L. Wes- bur, Nursing major. From Eden Valley: Jamie L. Kummet, Radiologic Sciences major. From Kimball: Zachary A. Ku.s- eske, Physical Education major; Alex A. Mies, Business Adminis- tration major. From South Haven: Reece A. Berns, Mechanical Engineering major. From Watkins: Stephanie M. Wirz, Architecture major. SCSU fall dean's list: To be eligible for the honor, students must have a grade point average of 3.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale. From Eden Valley Ellen Becker, School of Educa- tion, Special Education; Caitlin Covert, School of Health and Human Services, Nursing; Jennifer Notch, College of Sci- ence and Engineering, Biomedical Sciences; Katie Theis, Undergraduate Education, Undecided; Kelley Theis, School of Educa- tion, Elementary/K-6 Education; Ryan Tri, School of Public Affairs, Social Studies Education; From Kimball Kelsi Woods, School of Health and Human Services, Social Work; Carol Kuhn, College of Liberal Arts, English; age 15+) and Mitchell Homberg (boys age 15+). In eighth place were Mathieu Jobin (boys age 9) and Ben Wright (boys age 12). In ninth, Aubree Lagnese (girls age 9) and Tyler Mahowald (boys age 9), while Arin Deal (girls age 9), Jake Wimmer (boys age 10) and Jake Schuster (boys age 12) finished in 10th place. The Ridge Racers' next meet will be at Andes Tower Hills Satur- day, Jan. 26. St. John's Prep. Ellen Arnold, sophomore of Kimball, on Headmaster's Honor Roll at St. John's Prep. St. John's Prep School is pleased to announce the following Kimball and South Haven area students, in grades 6-12, have achieved the Honor Roll for Fall Semester, 2012. Students attaining the Headmas- ter's Honor Roll have a grade point average of 3.50 or higher and those on the Principal's Honor Roll have a grade point average of 3.0 to 3.499. Katherine Olson, School of Public Affairs, Criminal Justice Studies; Ryan Stein, College of Liberal Arts, Mass Communications; LukeVonWahlde, SchoolofPub- lic Affairs, Business Economics; From Richmond Neil Hopfer, School of Educa- tion, Elementary/K-6 Education; Kaitlin.Leither, School of Edu- cation, Elementary Education; Trista Linn, College of Liberal Arts, Spanish; Kelsey.Reinke, College of Lib- eral Arts, Psychology; Kayla Ruegemer, School of Health and Human Services, Community Psychology; Bradley Schoenherr, College of Liberal Arts, Mass Communica- tions; Kayla Schramel, School of Edu- cation, Social Studies Education; Thursday, January 24 Girls Varsity vs. Pierz Friday, January 25 Fall Honor Roll students Matthew Arnold, 8th grade, on St. John's Prep. Principal's Honor Roll. Patrick Arnold, senior at St. John's Prep., on Principal's Honor Roll. Headmaster's Honor Roll Ellen Arnold, sophomore, daughter of John and Margaret Arnold of Kimball Principal's Honor Roll Matthew Arnold, eighth grade, son of John and Margaret Arnold of Kimball Joshua Severnak, junior, son of Todd and Lisa Severnak of South Haven Fr. Timothy Backous, St. John's Prep Headmaster, and Mr. Matt Reichert, St. John's Prep Principal, congratulate and commend these students for their hard work and Patrick Arnold, senior, son of dedication to their academic suc- John and Margaret Arnold of Kim- cess. ball Taylor Topinka, School of Edu- cation, Social Studies Education; From Socth Haven Ashley Barthel, Herberger Busi- ness School, Marketing; Andrew Blasczyk, School of Public Affairs, Criminal Justice Studies; Travis Fleming, Herberger Business School, Management; Amber Mattson-Gruba, School of Health and Human Services, Athletic Training; Brianna Rosenow, School of Education, Early Childhood Edu- cation; From Watkins Dustin Kramer, School of Edu- cation, Elementary/K-6 Educa- tion; Tracy Mueller, School of Health and Human Services, Communi- cation Sciences and Disorders; Amanda Richards, School of Health and Human Services, Nursing; Rochester Community and Technical College From Watkins, Sara Schneider To qualify for the dean's list, a student must successfully com- plete 12 or more letter-graded credits, in the same semester, and achieve a grade point average between 3.0 and 4.0.