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The Adams County Record Cambridge High ScJlool Business Teacher 'T 00kes First Place By Danielle Petitmermet Our very own Sherie Moran, the CHS Business teacher and Cambridge BPA advisor, competed in four events at the State Business Professionals of America Postsecondary Leadership Conference in Boise this past Friday and represented us very well. Ms. Moran took first place in Banking & Finance, second place in Advanced Office Systems & Procedures, third place in Legal Office Procedures, and received a 90% or Above certificate in the Financial Math and Analysis open event. Ms. Moran is a member of the University of Idaho BPA chapter where she is obtaining her Career and Technical Education (CTE) endorsement. By placing in any one of her events, Ms. Moran is eligible to participate at the BPA National Leadership Conference in Chicago in April. Ms. Moran hopes her BPA Wednesday, March 7, 2012 ouncil High School Student of the Week students do equally well this week when they head back to Boise on March 8-10 for the BPA State Leadership Conference- Secondary Division. The Cambridge BPA chapter (Danielle Petitmermet (P), Ammon Southwick (VP), Austin Jensen (T), Skye Southwlck (S), Devan Mitchell, Wesley Hopkins, Levi Morris, and Charity Ader) want to qualify for nationals so they can accompany Ms. Moran to Chicago! Go Titans! Scouts Tour Co00:rthouse Kass idy Pate by Fran Ogden This week's student of the week is Kassidy Pate, daughter of John and Julie Pate of Council. Kassidy is a sophomore who is in cheerleading and aspires to a career in the health field. She is athletic, hard working and very much on task. Faculty and staff describe her as respectful, courteous, willing to help others, and always having a good attitude. Each week during the staff meeting, high school staff select a student who stands out above the crowd for extra effort, great attitude, kindness to others, helpfulness, etc. Staff members appreciate Kassidy's effort and great attitude. Dinosaurs Invade Page 7 School by Barb Dixon and create. On Fri.day, At Council Elementary March 2, the classroom School Mrs. Fisher's was full of parents, second grade has been friends and other studying the Mesezoic students to see the kids' Era. Each student chose very own idea of what a dinosaur to research these massive creatures looked like. Each of the students had prepared a talk about the dinosaur they chose a model they made of it. Yours truly, with Cub Scouts (not in order) Hunter & Sawyr Hansen, Gaven Gibleau, Cooper Iveson and Owen Ivey. Sawyr isn't actually a Cub Scout yet, but came along for the adventure. by Dale Fisk Mandy Gibleau's , Cub Scout troop took a tour of the old Adams County Courthouse last week, with your editor as their intrepid tour guide. The boys had fun looking for horsehair in the old plaster wails, and checking out the remodeling that is underway. Of course the biggest hit was the spooky old jail cells in the basement. Cuddy Mountain Clovers Januam and February Report by AMen Fisher, Club Reporter At the Cuddy Mountain Clovers January meeting the club decided to table the discussion about selling candy bars and water on the 4th of July. The members also discussed upcoming community service projects, which may , include cleaning the Fire , Hall before the Fireman's Ball. The fishing members were going to Riggins to learn about Steelhead fishing. The leatherworkers were set to have a meeting in the near future. The February meeting , was the 13th at the Fire Hall. The meeting included deciding to sell candy bars between the April and May meetings. The fishing members were going to Riggins again to learn more about Steelhead and Steelhead fishing. The craft members met to create a project for Dr. Seuss's birthday. There were 4 demonstrations given. Aleksia talked about the parts of the egg. Mataya taught how to decorate sugar cookies. Alden explained how to trim a dog's toenail. Courtney gave a demonstration on working as a team. The March meeting will be held on March 12th at Heather Lawrence, Dental Hygienist Monte R. Eppich, D.D. S. 7:00 p.m. at the Fire Hall. Gaven Gibleau created a Spinosaur (left) and Alexis Mace created an Albertosaurus (right) Kayanne Hemenway Makes L ,ean's List .... Norma Ratcliff reports that her granddaughter, Kyanne Dawn Hemenway, made the Dean's List at Treasure Valley Community College at Ontario, Oregon with a 3.9 grade point average. She is working toward her Associates degree in Horse Production. Kyanne played basketball for TVCC, and is now on the track team where her father, Kelly Hemenway, is the coach. Cambridge High School Principal Notes Sha00ce: ;perienc;,00 ! I was "at a training the day we had Ranching for Youth in our school, and was sorry to miss the activities. From last week's paper, it looked like a lot of fun. To all those who helped make this event a success, Thank You!! Quite some time ago our seniors went to Boise to compete in the We the People state contest. Three of our students, Austin Jensen, Devan Mitchell and Anthony Traxler, were recognized for taking first place in their unit! Our cheerleaders competed in the district competition on Saturday, February 28 and took a close second to New Plymouth. Tri-Valley was the only 1A cheer program to compete. We are hoping to be granted a hardship in order to compete in the state competition later this month. We will have students competing in the state Business Professionals of America (BPA) competition on Thursday through Saturday of this week. We wish them the best of luck. Ms. Moran competed last weekend as an instructor and did very well. On the FFA front, Mitch Royer was awarded the district proficiency award for diversified livestock. We wish him the best of luck at the state competition in April. Our third nine weeks ends on Thursday of this week.  Parent- by Angie Lakey- Campbell teacher conferences will be from 4:30 until 7:00 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of next Week. Teachers should be calling you soon to arrange appointments for conferences. Cambridge and Midvale High Schools will be enjoying the Idaho Shakespeare Festival's Shakesperience! on Monday, March 19. All are invited to attend. The performance is scheduled to begin at 2:00 in the high school gym. 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