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J PAGE 9 www.tricountynews.mn March 24, 2016 EV-W Knowledge Bowl competed at subsection EV-W's Knowledge Bowl I team finished sixth in the small school division at the subsection meet Tuesday, March 15, in Sartell. The finish advanced the team to the section meet March 17. Twenty-four teams from through- out Central Minnesota com- peted at sections with the top three large schools and top three small schools advancing to the state meet April 13-14 in Cragun's Conference Center in Brainerd. St. John's Prep advanced two teams and Watertown-Mayer finished third with 97 points to advance to state in the small school division Buffalo, Big Lake and Chisago Lakes advanced from the large schools. EV-W finished in seventh in the small schools with 89 points. The EV-W Varsity I Knowledge Bowl team of Reese Jansen, Joey Kuechle, Nathan Utecht and Jasmine Miller earned medals at Knowledge Bowl subsections March 15. Brad Zimmerman (not pictured) also competed with the team at sections March 17. Submitted photo. Friday Update March 18, 2016 By Mark Messman, our Students and those we interact Superintendent, EV-WSchools with on a daily basis. Building a "Happy" School As we continually work to meet Culture our daily demands, duties and I recently read an article in the deadlines, we may sometimes for- Minnesota Association of School get about the human side of our Administrators forum that high- students and co-workers Let's lightedtheworkofNewYorkTimes plan to implement Achor's five bestselling author and psycholo- daily habits together and experi- gist, Shawn Achor. The informa- ence the heightened level of sat- tion truly reinforced the impor- isfaction and performance that tanceofcreatingandmaintaining comes from a simple smile. You a happy school culture. According can view more of Shawn Achor's to Achor, research has proven that work and research at: www.ted. the human brain responds to the com/talks/shawn-achor. surrounding environment, and Quote of the Week in essence, a smile can be truly "Healthy habits are like finan- contagious and have a significant cial capital - forming one today is impact on the people around us. an investment that will automati- Achor's work demonstrates cally pay out dividends for years to a positive correlation between come." happy people and productivity in -Shawn Achor the work place. He noted that intel- Spring Parent-Student-Teacher ligence levels will rise, creativity is Conferences more prevalent, and energy levels Eden Valley-Watkins High will improve with happiness. His School will have parent-stu- recent work identifies five daily dent-teacher conferences from habits that can improve happiness 3:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 7. and performance. Habits include: Third quarter student 'progress practicing gratitude, exercising reports will be available in the for 30 minutes, meditating for High SchoolOffice. 2 minutes, journaling, and prac- I would encourage all of our ticing positive praise toward oth- parents of secondary students ers. By practicing these dailyhab- to attend conferences. One of its we can become role models for the largest contributors toward student success is parent involve- ment. The EV-W staff looks for- ward to working collaboratively with our parents in order to help students reach their fullest poten- tial. Please contact the high school office if you have questions per- taining to the April 7 conference schedule. Senior Spotlight: The EV-W School District would like to recognize Julia Stotz, daughter of Amy and David. Julia would like to acknowledge her grandmother's caring demeanor and contagious sense of humor. Currently, Julia is enrolled and accruing post-secondary credits in College Algebra and Advanced Psychology. She's also very active in co-curricular activities, par- ticipating in Student Council, Volleyball and Track. Friends describe Julia as caring and funny, and always trying to make some- one else's day a little bit brighter. Julia will mostly miss the friendly faces and heart-felt caring atmo- sphere of EV-W students and teachers when she graduates. The EV-W administration, faculty and staff are extremely proud of Julia. Congratulations! Gathje receives scholarship Katherine Gathje, daughter of Scott and Denise Gathje, has been selected to receive a scholarship to the FFA Washington Leadership Conference. Katherine's schol- arship is sponsored by the Minnesota FFA Foundation and Minnesota FFA Alumni. Katherine will be traveling to Washington, D.C., with the Minnesota FFA delegation in June to participate in this leadership opportunity. Congratulations, Katherine. EV-W Menus Mar. 28-Apr. 1 burger & fry bake, breadstick, fruited gelatin, Romaine lettuce, Breakfast baby carrots, beets, seasonal fruit, Monday-No School milk. Tuesday: Eggo mini pancakes or Wednesday: Chicken taco boat choice of WG cereal, graham crack- with lettuce & cheese or hotdog on ers, juice, milk. WG bun, baked beans, celery sticks, Wednesday: Cinnamon roll, fresh vegetable choice, seasonal cheese stick or choice of WG cereal, fruit, milk. graham crackers, fruit, milk. Thursday: Pork and gravy, WG Thursday: Pop Tart, cheese stick bread slices or turkey BLT flatbread, or choice of WG cereal, graham mashed potatoes, baby carrots, crackers, juice, milk. broccoli, seasonal fruit, milk. Friday: Cinnamon rolls or choice Friday: Chicken nuggets, WG of WG cereal, graham crackers, fruit, breadstick or cheeseburger calzini, milk. calico bean bake, Romaine lettuce, Lunch cauliflower, tomatoes,seasonal Monday-No School fruit, mill Tuesday: Schwan's pizza or IT'S NOT TOO LATE! o/ es roger Business Card Dire ory- Mar. 24 eesow 6 Owner. Jim and Judy Nelson Founded: In 1994 Jim and Judy purchased the busi- aess from Tom and Mary Mathies, carrying on the aame "Tom's Carpet." Employees: There is one full-time emplo e in lddition to owner Jim Nelson, and two part-time .~mployees. What do do?We sen and install all offloodn What sets us apart. We a large selection of flo r- ing styles. 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