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The Adams County Record Wednesday, January 25, 2012 Cole Brown Selected for National Youth Forur00t Page 7 CHS Student of the Week Council student, Cole Brown, is one of only 12 students from around the nation to attend the High School Youth Forum (HSYF) at Spokane. Brown, a member of the Council FFA Chapter, has been selected by the Idaho Section of the Society for Range Management (SRM) to participate in this SRM-sponsored youth activity held jointly during the 65th Annual SRM's annual meeting. This year's meeting is being held in Spokane, Washington on January 29- February 1, 2012. The meeting theme this year is "Lessons from the Past - Strategies for the Future." The SRM is an international organization that strives to promote public awareness of the importance of sound management and use of rangeland, the world's largest land base. In 1966 the SRM recognized a need to involve youth with the range-related activities and education provided at this annual high degree of meeting. Since that in the range and time, the HSYF has resources field been 'a highlight of the as on their ex SRM annual meetings, dedication and , Volunteers of the SRM learn more abe Student Activities particular area Committee conduct the at the HSYF, tl program, have the opport High School delegates meet people fro] to the HSYF are countries and g( chosen by each of the hand view of wt 21 individual sections is all about inclt of the parent society organization, go throughout the United the role it pla} States, Canada and world-wide basis Mexico, based on their interest natural as well mplary fffort to ut this 'While ]ey will mity to n many t a first at SRM cling its ls and s on a Drivers Education for Meadows Valley Students hospital issued) in which you were bom. At the parent/stu- dent meeting prior to class beginning, you will be given a list of other requirements necessary to purchase a PERMIT. This permit can be purchased at the DMV office AnI1ex in McCall or at the DMV office at the Adams County court- house in Council. Tentative Dates: First Day of Class, March 5  Parent Meeting, February 22 "d, 7:00 PM, MV School Library Register for in the Meadow School office or 347-2411. Instructor: Mr. Howarc instructed Education for seven years Meadows and lr He is a life-lon tor in public sc Idaho. He has classroom tea, coach and an trator at all leve He is curren Meadows Valley District Superinl Email: mff mvsd 11.org by Erin Branstetter The cost for Drivers Education is $175. This DOES NOT include permit or Department of Motor Vehicles for license testing. Qualifications for Enrollment : A student must be 14 1/2 years old to enroll. You must also be enrolled and show proof that you are in a verifi- able academic education program, be it a publiC; private or home-school setting. You must have a Social Security Card and a birth certificate issued by the state (not Cambridge School District Salutes Its class Valley all 208- has Driver he last n New McCall. educa- hools in been a :her, a adminis Is, I-l 2 [ly the School endent. oward@ Students and Staff by Angie Lakey- One hundred percent Campbell of this year's seniors Cambridge School have reached a level of District wants parents proficient in all subject and patrons to know areas. that an overwhelming One hundred percent number of the students of this year's seniors attending Cambridge are currently on track schools are good citizens to graduate in May. For and good students, five of the past six years, The teachers and staff Cambridge High School at Cambridge schools has a one hundred have continued to percent completion assist students in their rate for its senior class. educational journey During the past six years, through very tough all but one student have financial times, graduated. For the past several Schools have been years, the district has criticized because the put forth a concerted Federally Funded Title effort to improve reading I program, designed scores. During the to help students who 2010-11 school year, are struggling in one hundred percent math or reading, does of students in grades not successfully exit 3-6 reached a level of students at grade level. "proficient" on the Idaho This year, Cambridge Standards Achievement Elementary School Test (ISAT) in reading, exited five students During the same year, from its Title I program 95% of the students in because they are now grades 9-12 reached reading at, or above, a level of proficient, grade level. During th( semester of thi year, there were of 333 credits al Of those, only not " earned, means 97% first school '. a total tempted. en were which of the credits attempte by our students were' earned. During the 2010- i i school year, over 95% of all credits attempted by our high school students were earned. The district is very proud to report the progress its students are making and at the same time is concerned as to whether the progress can continue with lack of funding provided by the state. If you are interested in supporting the young people of our community, the district suggests that you suppor t the Upper Country Education Foundation, Inc. Please contact Becca Crosby at 550-4259. We stock interior and exterior doors, starting at $1#.95 each! Also carrying Platinum model Western Windows in select sizes. Custom sizes ordered for you. AFFORDABLE FULL SIZED LUMBER YARD Family Owned since 19 72 1454 South Main Street Payette, Idaho 208-642-4792 |am to 6pro Monday thru Saturday The goals of the HSYF are: i) provide insight for these students concerning the function and working of the Society; 2) provide opportunities to meet Society members; 3) provide a format that encourages thinking and enhancement of communicative skills; 4) provide an opportunity to learn about range management and future careers through interaction with Society professionals; 5) provide an opportunity to learn about the ecology and natural resources of the Annual Meeting site; and 6) provide an atmosphere that fosters camaraderie and lasting friendships. As one of the more important activities, each delegate to the Forum competes in a paper presentation competition with the content covering a range-related topic. The title of Cole's paper is "Range Management to Promote Perennial Vegetation Growth for Healthy Rangelands." All presentations will be judged by a diverse panel of judges, with the top five papers being recognized at the SRM awards ceremony. The top paper winner is invited to return to next year's meeting to help with the Forum and present their paper to the general membership of the Society. In addition, other activities will include a local ecological field tour of the meeting site and a program to enhance communication skills. Since the number of delegates that can attend each year is limited, selection for this activi is considered a ;lih honor for those students selected. Because of this perspective, the planners of this year's Forum are excited about the program and activities that have been scheduled and hope to provide both an exciting and rewarding educational experience for all that attend. For further information regarding the Society for Range Management logon on to www.rangelands.org by Francine Ogden This week's student of the week for Council High School is Bronson Hammer who is a freshman. He excels in football, basketball, and rodeo. He is a favorite to have in class because he is eager to do well, is on task and responsible. Staff also describe Bronson as appreciative, supportive, lovable and hard working. He also has a younger brother who is the recipient of Bronson's help in doing homework. Bronson is the son of Holley Hammer of Council and Shaun Hammer of Utah. Cambridge BPA Performs Well at Regionals by Ms. Sherie Moran, against a field of 10 Teacher competitors. The Cambridge Out of 6 competitors, Business Professionals Levi Morris earned of America (BPA) took second in PC Servicing seven students to & Troubleshooting. The Payette to c0mpet at the rest of the chapter, regional competitions Devan Mitchell, Wesley on January 21 and gamered five places in the judged events at the State Leadership Conference in Boise on March 8-12. Competing against two other teams, Levi Morris and Danielle Petitmermet brought home first in Web Site Design-Team and Skye Southwick, competing against four others, earned first place in Prepared Speech. Danielle Petitmermet also earned a second place certificate in Extemporaneous Speech, Hopkins, Ammon Southwich, Austin Jensen, and Charity Ader will be traveling to Boise with the regional qualifiers to compete in a variety of open events. Business Professionals of America is a co-curricular student organization whose mission is to contribute to the preparation of a world- class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic, and technological skills. Cambridge High School Principal Notes Congratulations JV Girls Congratulations to High School to lend their our junior varsity girls' expertise to students basketball team for and their families, finishing second at the helping them complete Long Pin Tournament. the Free Application The young Titans for Federal Student Aid faced a tough squad (FAFSA), at the 2012 from Cascade for the FAFSA Completion championship, and Event happening from couldn't quite get by 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., them. These young February 4, 2012. women will end their We will host no games season Thursday at this week. The girls' McCall. teams travel to McCall If your child is on Thursday, and the a senior, you will boys and the varsity girls probably be interested travel to New Meadows to know that financial on Friday to compete. aid professionals, along The girls' district with other volunteers tournament is scheduled and tax preparers, will to begin on Tuesday, be on hand at Weiser January 31. However, by Angie Lakey- Campbell Tri-Valley will have a bye that night. At this time, it looks as if Tri-Valley will be the number one seed going into the tournament. Our girls are scheduled to play the 7:30 game on Thursday, February 2 at McCall- Donnelly High School. The bracket will not be complete until after this weekend's games. In looking ahead, the last home, boys game will be Wednesday, February 8 against Council. The JV game is scheduled to begin at 6:00 with the varsity game to follow at approximately 7:30. Steve's Automotive Towin_q & U-Haul Diesels $59.95 (Most trucks up to 11 quarts) Cars (up to 5 quarts) still $19.95! Council Shop Open 2194 Hwy 95 Council, Idaho 253-3614 Free local towing with most repairs Expert ASE Certified & Factory Trained Mechanics