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Page 10 Cambridge Principal Notes We are on the slippery slope to the end of the year! Spring break is over, and I hope students and staff are weU-rested for the remainder of the year. Congratulations are in order for some of our staff members! Tri-Valley head girls' basketball coach, KyLee Morris, has been named the 1A Division II Coach of the Year. Coach Morris will be honored at the 3rd District Coaches' Association Banquet in Wednesday, April 4, 2012 Staff Honored Caldwell on April 11. Jodie Mink has been one of fifty educators throughout the state to be selected to par- ticipate in the 21st Century Classroom UDL Lesson Plan Master Teacher Program! Mrs. Mink will be helping to develop les- son plans implementing technology. The plans wll be made available to all teachers throughout the state. A good number of our students will not be in The Adams County Record By Angie Lake?Campbell attendance in our building next week, but will be in attendance at the state FFA Convention being held in Twin Falls. We wish all competitors good luck. Our high school track team will be competing in Vale this Friday and in Parma next Tuesday. Our junior high students fin- ished basketball just in time to start track. The first junior high meet is sched- tried to be in Salmon River on April 13. School Donates Items to Charity Auction March 15 Textiles IEA to use with their year- help from the IEA fund the students and instruc- Funds from the glass art instructor, Fran Ogden, delivered a lap quilt to the Idaho Education Association (IEA) office in Boise. She also delivered two pieces of glass art. 1"he items were given to ly auction that raises funds to be used for needy chil- dren. Members of IEA can seek funds from the IEA when they know of a child in need. Over the years CHS staff have been given several times. Four times this year school coun- selor, Fran Ogden, has obtained help from the fund for children's cloth- ing not avaiable locally. The quilt was made by tor Ogden, with special help from friend of the program, Marion Feil. The glass art was donated by instructors lodi Cook and Stephanie Rice who have a small glass art business. program will be used to fund FCCLA programs and to help buy E-readers for the English program. Both local programs are happy to donate to IEA because the IEA provides so much for children in Idaho. If anyone else is a local artist who would like to provide an art piece for the auction please contact Fran Ogden or lodi Cook. Council High Student of the Week Cody Allred SUBMIT A PHOTO OF YOUR This week's student of the week for Council High School is Cody Allred. Cody is a seventh grade student and the daughter of David and Mona Allred of Indian Valley. Cody is a great basketball player who not only has a great attitude on the court but also off. Staff describe Cody PET BY ENIL OR BRING YOUR [deep PHOTO BY THE OFFICE. PRIZES " @ WILL BE AWARDED FOR "CUTEST PET', "UGLIEST PET', AND "BEST DRESSED PET'. ENTRY DEADLINE IS APRIL 20TH AT 4:30PM. as responsible, attentive, respectful, helpful to oth- ers who struggle, obser- vant and always on task. She is a pleasure to work with. Students are select- ed at a weekly staff meet- ing, and awards are based on the students current performance in school and overall attitude. CHRYSLER Parts and Service Open On Saturday We service all makes and models Quality Service Award Winning Factory Trained Technician Big City Selection All At One Location 100 Illinois Avenue, Council Idaho 208-253-6961 STEVE HO]00]ETOWN lVloEors 658-5080 602 Highway 95 Weiser, Idaho 83672