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Page 10 March Award Winners Thursday, April 9, 2009 The Adams County Record - 00wards for M 00rcn The following Council Elementaraj School students received awards for the month of March for outstand- ing academics, behavior, and improvement: Jordan Paradis, Citizenship Award; Zach Mace, Citizenship Award; Chance Hackett, Academic Award; Eric Gonzales, Certificate of Improvement. Middle left: Ashley Armistead, Academic Award; Kristen Krueger, Certificate of Improvement; Cody and Cory Allred, Certificate of Improvement; Sarah Cook, Academic Award; Brittany Schon, Certificate of Improvement; Tessa Shepard, Academic Award; Kynlee Chandle/', Citizenship Award. Top left: Ryan Cleaver, Citizenship Award; Tyler Krueger, Academic Award; Hunter Gibson, Certificate of Improvement; Herry Ludwig, Academic Award; Tessa Shaver, Certificate of Improvement; Chloe Bryson, Citizenship Award and Josie Henderson, Citizenship Award. Let's see how we stack up... First grade student Sophie Daniels and fifth grade student Hayley Flynn receive the March A+ Awards. Congratulations, girlsl 00itLeu:on breah:s gl record, t0000)lrrLes brings t00c,m00; gold Students participate in group team building events at Council Elementary School's Monday Morning stu-[ dent body meeting. I Cambridge High School Principal Notes Track team opens season in style Congratulations to placed first in 200m. our tracksters for a Kaycee Royer placed free performance at the fifth in the 1600m run. Cole Valley Invitational Matt Ball placed sec- track meet on Saturday ond in long jump and in Horseshoe Bend! first in the pole vault. Overall, the boys Holly Coriell placed team took third, and fifth in the triple jump, the girls took fourth, and Sam Jensen placed Individually, Devan first. Molly Woodman Mitchell placed fourth placed first in the shot- in the 3200m run, and put and discus. Megan Robyn Vowel placed Woodman placed fifth fifth in the same event, in the pole vault, and The girls 4x200m relay Hayden Boll placed placed first. Remington third. Once again, con- Summers placed third gratulations to these in 100m, and we are student athletes for fine expecting him to beat performances! our school record in As mentioned last this event sometime week, Mrs. Poland will soon. The boys 4xl00m be taking several stu- relay placed second, dents to the state FFA Keren Bankhead placed convention this week. fifth in 400m. Matt Ball Because of the hum- placed second in 300' ber of students gone, hurdles. Both the boys classwork will be light and girls medley relay this week. We also teams placed second, have remaining track Sam Jensen placed athletes competing fifth in 200m, while in New Plymouth on Remington Summers Thursday and Payette by Angie Lakey- Campbell on Saturday. Next week, the track teams will be competing in Homedale on Tuesday. Mrs. Poland and Mrs. Lunsford will be taking sophomores and juniors job shad- owing on Wednesday. Students have been placed in businesses in Weiser, Payette, and Ontario. Prom is sched- uled for next Saturday night. Picture taking will begin at 8:00 in the Midvale gym, with the dance to follow at 9:00. If you would like to mark your calendar, the Idaho Shakespeare Festival will be present- ing "Shakesperience" on Monday, April 20 at 1:30. This year's presentation is A Midsummer Night's Dream. Students from Midvale will be joining us. If you are interested in the presentation, you are welcome to attend. Timberline Title & Escrow, Inc. Your local title and escrow company Serving Adams County since 19891 A policy issuing agent of F'st American Title Ins. Co. 104 Industrial Way - Council ID 83612 Phone: 208-253-6886 Fax: 208-253-6887 email: Tyler Shelton (pic- the discuss throw. tured) brok one of the " il i,L y Holmes received oldest standing 0uncfl first place in the 800 High School records meter run, which she at the New Plymouth ran in two minutes and Invitational last week. forty-one seconds. His throw of 48'9.5" best- Randy Nichols placed ed the mark set by Clete third amongst 55 com- Edmunson in 1984 by petitors in the 100 m 12.5". The throw earned dash with a tie of 11.67 Shelton second place seconds. honors in the meet; he Congratulations! also finished second in Council Elementary Child Find The Council Elementary School offers a special education pre-school program for devel- opmentally delayed and/or handicapped children ages 3-5 years. Parents wishing to have their child screened for this program should contact the Elementary School office at 253-4223. This is an ongoing process. The checklist below may be helpful in determining the eligibility of your child for this 'Special Education Service. SPEECH OR LANGUAGE -TALKING - If a child: - is not talking in short sentences by age four. - isn't understood by people outside the family by age five. HEARING - If a child: - usually turns the same ear toward sounds he wants to hear. - doesn't respond when called from another room. MOVING - If a child: -can't walk up and down stairs by age three. -can't balance on one foot by age four -can't play ball by age five. SEEING - If a child: - often can't locate and pick up small objects within reach - frequently rubs eyes or complains. - holds head in a strained position when trying to look at an object. - tilts head to either side or thrusts head forward or backward. THINKING - If a child: - doesn't understand simple stories told or read by age three. - doesn't give reasonable answers about sleep or hunger by age four. - doesn't understand simple stories, directions or meanings of words. PERSONAL SOCIAL - If a child: - isn't aware of differences between male and female by age three or four. - doesn't respond to social contact made by familiar adults by age four or five. - doesn't describe his or her feelings. - doesn't choose his or her own friends by age four or five. ADAPTIVE - If a child: - Eating- doesn't obtain a drink from a tap or other sources by age three or four. - Dressing - doesn't button or unbutton clothing by themselves by age three or four. - Personal Responsibility ,- doesn't complete learning task having two or more steps by age four or five. - Toileting - doesn't sleep through the night without wetting the bed.