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00urs00a00, 00ovem00er Students 4 Youth Tri-County News * Kimball, MN ..... nF .......... T __--  L q: KAHS October Students of the Month Holy Cross Catholic School readers make goal Holy Cross students Jordyn Donnay (first grade) and Devin Waldorf (sec- ond grade) are pictured with their teacher, Amy Strasser. Jordyn and Devin were the first students in their class to meet their Accelerated Reading goal of reading ten books and passing a written compre- hension test on each book. Submitted photo. Art Club pottery demonstration Bill Grossman (pictured at right, on the potter's wheel) came to Kim- ball Area High School Thursday, Oct. 27, to demonstrate the wheel. Art teacher Mike Linn is pictured far left. This demonstration was funded by the Art Club of KAHS. 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 Stu- dent 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 certificate and Cham- ber Bucks from the Kimball Area Chamber of Commerce. Special thanks to Luxemburg's Subway and the Kimball Chamber of Commerce for sponsoring this program. The following students are recognized for October 2011: Seventh Grade Karl Schiefelbein Karl is on-task, studious, anxious to learn, and polite. She participates in extracurriculars, yet still finishes her work on time. She has a quiet demeanor and leads by example. Eighth Grade Denzel Atherton Denzel is a hardworking student. She is very attentive during class. She is always making sure to ask questiuons and to answer them as well. Keep up the good work. Ninth Grade Delaine Zongo The ninth-grade team has selected Delaine Zongo because of her effort beyond compare. She enjoys learning and is extremely focused on academics. Tenth Grade Ben Serbus Ben is bright, helpful, cour- teous and respectful. He makes class more enjoyable just by being himself. Ben makes a great effort, even when faced with adversity. He is optimistic and always in a good mood. There are days when he claims he is not in a good mood, Page 7 Delaine Zongo, Karl Schiefelbein, Tiffany Berscheid, and Denzel Atherton; (back) Ben Serbus and Jonathan Bisila. but he is still an awesome student to work with in the classroom. Eleventh Grade Jonathan Bisila Ionathan Bisila has worked hard to make the most out of his educa- tion. He has set rigorous academic goals for himself and always strives for excellence. Ion does not com- plain when faced with adversity in the classroom; instead, he takes responsibility for his failures and always tries to learn from them. ]on understands the importance of cooperative learning and will "take one for the team," when needed. Ion's motivation in school is inspir- ing, and because of this, he will continue to serve as a fantastic role model for other school mates. Twelfth Grade Tiffany Berscheid Tiffany, a newly inducted NHS member, is a thoroughly committed student who faces academic chal- lenges with gusto. Tiffany is currently taking concurrent enrollment col- lege courses alongwith online college courses in order to better prepare her- self for the future. In addition to her strong commitment to academics, Tiffany is committed to the Kimball Cub spirit. She co-chaired the deco- rating committee for homecoming and prepared the program for coro- nation. She participates in band, soft- ball, and other extracurricular oppor- tunities. She cheers on her class- mates Whenever she has the oppor- tunity. Tiffany is personable and pos- itive. She balances a strong focus on her future with the fun of being a senior. She is one of Kimball's best and brightest stars, which is why the senior teachers have selected her as October's student of the month. Drive for the Kids TM is coming to Kimball Elementary Sch00! Wednesday, November 9th from 3:30pm to 6:30pm Earn a $.10 contribution for school from Chrysler by driving the company's award wlnmng minivan, & Country, and five other ca, SUVs and truc. Let00 support & have fun/ 6 i This year we are show off the new, world class interior of the 2011 Town and Country along with more than 40 standard safety, security and technology features.SY Steve Maus of A.M Maus and Son Any licensed driver, age 18 or older, may drive and earn a $10 donation for Kimball Elementary School. There is no limit to the number of drives or Chrysler's contri- bution. A.M, Maus and Son will provide vehicles and insurance for the event and volunteers from the dealership and P.t.E. will be on hand to help out with the fun- draising test drives. Hwy. 15 & 55 Klmball (320) 398-3210 800-510-1732 fIOJIEE2"O SA IrING,S email: amrna us @