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Mark Messman Superintendent, Eden Valley-Watkins Schools The legislature is back in ses- sion after the holiday weekend and the final push to the end of session will take place in the next few weeks. As you know, there are a number of things in play this year that are likely to create more issues for our school district and are likely to cost more money. Some of these include: A new bullying law that will mandate training/planning with no increase in revenue to offset the additional costs to implement; Educator evaluation imple- mentation that requires more administrative time to implement observations, evaluations, and fol- low up; again, with no increase in revenue; Federal health care reform (ACA) requirements that are chal- lenging to understand and, as it is implemented, will likely increase the number of eligible employees April 5 Update and make for higher costs for our school district to implement; HF 573/SF 446 - the manda- tory health insurance bill that will likely take away some of our local decision-making, and complicate the implementation and timelines of the Affordable Care Act. Senior of the Week: The EV-W School District would like to recognize Paige Thielen, daughter of Thomas. Paige is com- mitted to achieve academic excel- lence as she's enrolled in numer- ous college credit classes, and will graduate with honors. She is also a wonderful role-model and leader within her community as she serves big brothers/big sisters and the local community center. The EV-W administration, faculty and staff are extremely proud of your accomplishments. Congrat- ulations! Classr.oom of the Week: A trio of EV-W ninth-graders sang the national Anthem at the Target Center for the Boys' Basketball Tournament. Heidi Geislinger, Julia Stotz and Jasmine Miller sang at courtise for the first session at 1210 p.m. Saturday, March 23. Their music director, Kathy Pauls, is second from left. Submitted photo. Ms. Miller's Kindergarten Ms. Miller's kindergarten classroom: front row, left to right, Cadence Meierhofer, Taylor Korsmo, Zach Moser, Mitchel Hemmesch, Cambel Hesse, and Jonny Serbus; second row, Henry Lemke, Abby Niewind, Marissa Laudenbach, Reese Bischof, Jordan Erpelding, Carter Sogge, and Josie Schmitz; third row, Logan Isenberg, Wyatt Rowan, Riley Geislinger, Hope Molitor, Kylee Vossen, Max Geislinger, and Chelsea Neuman; back row, para Karen Gebhardt and teacher Merrie Miller. grandparents, other relatives and !riends on Monday, May 6. In May, we will get to go on two field trips. We take one trip to Litchfield to visit the Meeker County Memorial Hospital and to play and picnic at Ripley Park. Our second field trip will be to the A Maze'n Farmyard in Eden Valley, to see the animals, go through the maze, and ride the big slide. We participated in our school's We have been working very hard to learn how to read. We have already learned 30 sight-words, and we are becoming very good at sounding out words. We can tell time to the hour and half-hour, make patterns, name the days of the week, and are presently learn- ing the names and values of coins. We like to sing, and are excited to put on our spring program, "By the Beautiful Sea," for parents, "Pennies for Patients" fundraiser this winter. We also participated in a school magazine sales fund- raiser. Our class is special because we are very kind and respectful toward one another, and we all get along very well. We enjoy doing things together because we care about one another.               t  Participate and earn your school money J  ......... each month! Fill out this form and return it to Arvig: I want to support: Forms can also be found at anyArvig Store, Etet the name of the school and the City il's located in online at arvig.com or just call us! Name on Arvig Account: if you alteadyparicipate, ' ..... 0,o00 arv00g Phone Nu mber: ou this form again. Signature: Date: 888.99.ARVIG [ arvig.com It's All Here School men u Apr. 15-19 - Breakfast Monday: French toast, sausage links, assorted juice cups, mile Tuesday: Pancakes, sausage" links, assorted juice cups, milk. Wednesday: . Waffles, sausage links, assorted juice cups, milk. Thursday: Breakfast pizza, assorted juice cups, milk. Friday: Muffin, cheese stick, assorted juice cups, milk. Lunch Monday: Salisbury steak with gravy or hamburger crumble, mashed potatoes & gravy, garlic toast, cherry tomatoes, broccoli flo- rets, apples, diced pears, mille Tuesday: Hot dog on a WG bun or sloppy Joe on WG bun, baked beans, cucumbers, baby carrots, melon slices, pineapple tidbits, milk. Wednesday: Hamburger on a WG bun or dell sub on a WG bun, beets n sweets, tater tots, cherry tomatoes, celery sticks, oranges, applesauce, milk. Thursday: Walking taco with salsa or Italian sub, birthday cake, green peas, cucumbers, black beans, apples-pears, milk. Friday: Max sticks with marinara sauce or ham sub, kale salad, broc- coli, radishes, kiwi-mixed fruit, milk. EV-W presents 'Leaving Iowa' By Vicki Meyer Secondary Theatre Club Director The EV-W Drama Club will be presenting the comedy "Leav- ing Iowa" for their spring produc- tion. Public performances will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Sat- urday, May 3 and 4, and at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 5, on the EV-W High School Cafeteria Stage. Tickets will be sold at the door, Adults $5, Stu- dents and Senior Citizens $4. "Leaving Iowa" follows Don Browning as he takes a trip down memory lane while trying to find a suitable place to lay his father's ashes to rest. He re-lives all the family vacations that he spent with his parents and sister. The places they go and the people they see weave the story together to offer a humorous, touching play. Don is played by Kirby Knutson, with Patrick Latcham as Dad, Madi Field as Mom and Heidi Geislinger as Sis. The interesting characters they meet along the way are played by Nick Block, Evie Zadra, Travis Massicotte, Anne Benson, Carter Geislinger, Nathan Liter, Raven Koltes, Matt Benson, Tawner Cle- land-Schmitz, JaDyn Nohner, Jack Bates, Emily Sieben, Erin Salo, Lily Yungen, Kaitlyn Gruber, Macken- zie Field, Ashley De]uliannie, Dyani Acosta, Justin Vannurden and Mor- gan Goetsch. Travis Massicotte is the student director and Maddy Geilsinger and Nathan Htecht are the light and sound technicians. KDUZ/KARP/KGLB All-Area teams Three EV-W student athletes gen (senior, wrestling), Courtney have been named to the KDUZ/ Dilley (senior, girls' basketball), KARP/KGLB All Area Winter and Jared Streit (sophomore, boys' Sports team. They are Zach Bloni- basketball). Living With VISION LOSS? Find out if special microscopic or telescopic glasses can help you see better. 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