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Kimball Elementary concert Feb. 26 "Finger-snappin', hand-clap- pin', and toe-tappin'" concert will be presented Tuesday, Feb. 26, in the gym at the Kimball Elemen- tary School. The concert will be given at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. Students in grades 4, 5 and 6 will be in this concert, along with the elementary band. Come ready to have some fun! I'm sure you'll feel like singing ing 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 pro- gram 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 direc- along, tapping your toes, snapping tion of Keith Haake, and grades your fingers, and especially clap- 4-6 music are under the direction ping your hands after the exclt- of Aftene Sands. January Students of the Month are, left to right, in front row Brandon Loch, Matt Donnay, Tyler Bechtold, and Laura Frank. In back row are Allie Seth, Katelyn Massman, and Trinity Erickson.' January Students of the Month In order to recognize achieve- environment for his classmates. ment, outstanding progress, and responsible behavior in our stu- dent 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 certifi- cate and Chamber Bucks from the Kimball Area Chamber of Com- merce. Special thanks to Luxem- burg's Subway and the Kimball Chamber of Commerce for spon- soring this program. The follow- ing students are recognized for January 2013: Grade 7--TriniE:ksQn Triiiity loves lhrfer: as a helper with various tasks in the classroom. Her bubbly personal- ity and her excitement for learning make Trinity a great young lady to have in class. Sheputs inthe extra time necessary to be a good stu- dent and take pride in her work. She is even willing to sit away from her friends in order to stay focused on learning. Grade 8Katelynn Massmann Katelynn Massmann has been chosen for eighth-grade student of the month, Katelynn is a consis- tent student who is always or[ task. She is always willing to help oth- ers. Katelynn is becoming a more vocal student who advocates for herself and tikes responsibility for her academics. Teachers and peers can trust Katelynn and rely on her to be a good friend, good listener, and a dependable classmate and student. Grade 9Tyler Bechtold Tyler Bechtold has been selected based on his ability to problem solve, complete qual- ity work and setting a good exam- ple for his classmates. He regu- larly participates at a high level in his classes, makes mature choices and works to improve his aca- demic progress. Tyler has shown the ability to speak to topics at a high level and excels at coopera- tive and independent activities. Grade lOBrandon Loch The tenth-grade student of the month is Brandon Loch. Bran- don is extremely happy and help- ful in the classroom. He is dili- gent in turning his work in on time as well doing a great job on tests. Brandon's sense of humor helps to create a positive and fun learning He is easy to get along with and sets a great example for other stu- dents. Grade ll--Matt Donnay With enthusiasm, the elev- enth-grade team has nominated Matthew Donnay as the Junior Student of the Month for Janu- ary. Even though Matt's mobil- ity is limited these days, his posi- tive attitude, hard work, and great level of respect for his learning is not. Matt has worked diligently this year to succeed in his stud- ies. He avidly delves into any task set before him and is not satis- fied with average work. It is evi- dent that Matt spends much time making sure he completes quality work, and if he is doubtful of the quality, he is not afraid to ask for help. In the classroom, Matt serves as an excellent example for other students as he contributes posi- tively to classroom discussion and works well with any other students that are paired with him. Further- more, Matt is friendly, likable, and kind, a real pleasure to have in class. Congratulations to Matt on this wonderful accomplishment! Grade 12--Laura Frank and Allie Seth Laura and Allie are being recog- nized for their work with the Read- ing Lab during first semester. Both students were seen working hard to help Kimball Area High School students become stronger readers. Reading Lab Director Tabitha Mortenson writes, "Both Allie and Laura have done a fantas- tic job working with the younger students. Both know which stu- dents they are scheduled to work with and take charge with the tasks needing done. They relate well to the students, but also they both hold these students account- able for the tasks they are to com- plete. Laura has even brought in a reward for one particular stu- dent if he accomplished a certain goal. In addition, they are flex- ible. If we need to exchange roles or exchange students, the gifts easily adjust. We also have had authentic conversations trying to problem solve some of the read- ing issues that need addressing. It really is a pleasure to see their taking ownership in this teaching process and truly trying to help these students get better." Congratulations and thank you, Laura and Allie! www.tricountynews.MN Junior Cubs perform, see story on page 13. C00lassroom Mrs. Gustafson's of the Week: 1 st Grade Mrs. Gustafson's first-grade class. Front row (seated), left to right: Matix Schmidt, Vivian Knaus, Alex Diffley, Bailey Schwieters, and Skye Zarnora. Middle row (kneeling): Morgan Danelke, Austin Decknatel, Avery Maus, Natalie Loehrer, Bryce Lyrek, Adrian Blonigan, and Madison Mueller. Back row (standing): Joselyn Casillas, Jazmine Gonzalas, Sam Anderson, Alyssa Anderson, Alexander Zoller, Braxton Edrnonson, Alec Hoeschen, and Mrs. Gustafson. Not pictured: Gabrielle Schlueter. We have 20 in our class, will write and illustrate our own field trip will be paid for by a grant First grade is all about learning books this year. received from Target. how to read and understanding This year, we will attend the First grade is special because number concepts. We also learn "Slim Goodbody Bodyology," a we learn how to become indepen- about weather and animals. We kids' health tour in Hopkins. 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