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J School&apos;s out for summer Teachers and staff at Kimball Elementary waved to students as buses whisked them home on the last day of this school year. The day can be bittersweet, saying "good-byes" at least for the summer. For students, the excitement of the last day of school is always mixed with a tinge of fear for what comes next, but they'll worry about that in 89 days when school starts again in the fall. (Inset photo: clearly, it's not only students who are happy the year is over. Sixth-grade teacher Mary Bernardy started the "happy dance" after the last bus left.) Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. The Kimball Class of 2013 tossed their mortarboards in the air after being proclaimed "graduated." Earlier in the evening, Alissa Jones, Hannah Zipoy, and Jonathan Bisila gave speeches about the past, present, and future of the class. School board members Tom Schreiner and Tim Zipoy distributed diplomas to the new graduates, includingto their daughtersPaiten Schreiner andHannah Zipoy. Superintendent John Tritabaugh was superintendent for Torey Rohlofrs graduation this year, and for Torey's father Todd (from ACGC) some years ago. There are five Kimball Area families with graduates from both high school and elementary: the BanchardsFoxes'SchreinersTraudgsandWisahadgraduatesfrm12thgradeand6thgradenThursday May 30, 2013. Congratulations to all! Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. School of Fish: Fishin' Tip #1 You have to find 'em! School of Fish kids learn that fish like to live around "structure". Structure includes things in and along the water that provide food and cover. Obviously, fish need to eat. However, because they are part of the lake or river's "food chain", they also need cover to use as hiding spots from bigger fish. Things in the water like weeds, logs or fallen trees, and boat docks and lifts provide places fish like to live around because these places are often home to minnows and other baitfish that bigger fish can feed on. These places also provide hiding spots that fish can quickly dart under or along when even bigger predator fish come along. For these reasons, savvy anglers The pontoon lift on the other side might be another good target. Finally, the swim raft out 20 feet from the dock might be another good fishing spot. As you can see, anglers who know about structure, look for it, and then are willing to fish from spot to spot usually increase their chances for fishing success. Good luck on the water this summer! School of Fish is a 3-hour fish- ing education class that was hosted in your community this The Kimball Elementary graduated its Class of 2019 Thursday, May 30, in a morning ceremony. A pot-luck followed at Willow CreekPark. This large "bubble" of a class (at times with nearly 70 students) will enter high school in the fall. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. often seek out places that provide food and cover to the fish they are trying to catch. Also, because fish move, it is a good idea for anglers year. Four tips will be offered this summer as follow-up to that offer- ing for both the kidswho attended School of Fish and others getting to try to target various forms of started in the great sport of fish- Readg ROX  structure in alake until they locate ing! School of Fish is supported Wed. 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