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KAHS Academic All-Conference KAHS Winter All-Conference Students Kimball's Academic All-Conference are from left to right, in front, Austin Roerick- basketball, Alissa Jones-speech, Paiten Schreiner-basketball, and Cameron Hunt- basketball. In back are Brad Mies-basketball, Joey VonWahlde-basketball, Mathies Hennen-basketball, and Madelyn O'Brien-basketball. Also selected Academic All- Conference is Alexis Rose. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. Kimball's Winter All Conference students have been selected. From left to right, in front are Alissa Jones-speech, Tim Konz-wrestling, Allie Seth-basketball, Paiten Schreiner-basketball, and Jared Merchant-basketball. In middle row are Logan Bartholomew-speech, Marcus Mehr-wrestling, Breanne Meierhofer-basketball, Olivia Straley-speech, and Holly Dahlinger-speech. In back are Austin Roerick-basketball, Travis Wills-wrestling, and Cameron Hunt-basketball. Not pictured are Ben Serbus- boys' basketball, Ted Zipoy-wrestling, and Brandon Loch-wrestling. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. Eagle Scout Project completed Kimball March Students of the Month are, in back row, left to right, Sawyer Mies, and Tyler Smith. In front are Kenzie Leither, Alexis Rose, Billy Tadych, and Kyleigh Eisenbraun. Submitted photo. In order to recognize achieve- 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 March 2013: Grade 7Kenzie Leither Most ofhe time, Kenzie quietly leads by example; however, she is not afraid to speak her mind when necessary. She uses her class time well and even studies by her locker before school. Kenzie finishes her assignments on time and is thor- ough with her answers. Grade 8--Billy Tadych Billy Tadych has been chosen for the 8th grade student of the month. Billy is a positive influence in the classroom with his academ- ics and his peers. He is a "steady," hard working student who contin- ues to be concerned about his aca- demic success. Billy takes respon- sibility for the work that he does and the actions he takes in and out of school. He is proud to excel at all he does which makes him a great role model for his peers. Billy is a natural problem solver. He is cur- rently working as a peer mentor and has received positive recog- nition for this from students and staff. Good job Billy! Thanks for all you doI Grade 9--Sawyer Mies Sawyer Mies has been selected to be the 9th grade representative based upon respectfulness, abil- ity to work with others, and will- ingness to learn. He consistently is a responsible student and has worked hard to focus on atten- tion to detail. Sawyer's politeness, which has shown through inter- actions with other students and staff, is appreciated. Sawyer also promotes honesty and trustwor- thiness as character traits. Grade lO--Tyler Smith Tyler has a wonderful sense of humor. He is just a "nice guy" who is always willing to help people. He is a self-motivated individual who is passionate about goals, both academically and athletically. He is a self-starter and works well with everyone. Tyler sets a great example to the rest of his class- mates and is a role model to under- classmen as well. Grade 11--Lexi Rose Lexi Rose has been selected as March's Student of the Month for the junior class. Throughout the school year, Lexi has conscien- tiously worked hard to be success- ful in her academics. She com- pletes her work with quality, she is focused in class, and she isn't afraid to ask questions or share her opinions in class discussions. She is also polite and respectful in class. Lexi is equally busy outside of the classroom. Lexi is a three- sport athlete who spends much of her own time working to improve her skills. Her off-season is just as busy as her in-season. Lexi's com- mitment to her academics and her athletics make her stand out as a positive role model for other KAHS students and athletes. Congratu- lations to Lexi. Grade 12--Kyleigh Eisenbraun The senior class teachers have picked Kyleigh Eisenbraun because every experience with her is simply pleasant. She is a very nice young lady that works very hard. Her dedication to yearbook is impressive when so many have dropped out. She is very positive and holds herself accountable, not offering up any excuses to explain her actions. She will work with all and is nice to all. Kyleigh is a very positive person. Alex Harter is standing in front of the can collection unit he was responsible for making as an Eagle Scout project. Submitted photo. Alex Harter, son of Scott and Lisa Harter, has completed his Eagle Scout Project. The Scout aluminum can recycling was no longer road worthy, so the proj- ect was to take a flatbed snowmo- bile trailer and construct a cage to collect aluminum .cans for recy- cling. Alex went to his grandfather, Duwayne Orbeck for help. Orbeck had a used snowmobile trailer. Treated plywood was replaced on the deck before Orbeck welded a new steel frame for the cage. Alex, along with two of his Scout- ing friends, Brad Mies and Austin Roerick, attached chain link fenc- ing to the sides and the top of the cage. Expenses have so far been collected with donations from the Kimball Fire Department and the Kimball Rod and Gun Club. The collected cans have been used over years to support the local Boy Scout Troop 357. School menu , Apr. 15-19 Breakfast Monday: Sausage patty & cheese on an English muffin, juice or fruit, milk. 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: Salisbury steak with gravy or taco salad with tortilla chips, mashed potatoes & gravy, tomatoes wedges, broccoli florets, apples, diced pears, milk. Tuesday: White chicken chili or hot dog on aWG bun, baked beans, cucumbers, carrot sticks, melon slices, pineapple tidbits, milk. Wednesday: Italian pasta bake or Italian turkey sandwich, beets n sweets, tomatoes wedges, celery sticks, oranges, applesauce, milk. Thursday: Walking taco with salsa or chef salad with dinner roll, coconut cake, green peas, cucum- bers, black bean picco, spiced peaches, milk. Friday: Italian dunkers with Marinara sauce or BBQ turkey on WG bun, green beans, kale salad, broccoli, radishes, Mandarin oranges, milk.