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The Adams County Record Wednesday, May 2, 2012 Page 13 [ Cambridge Notes Championslfip Tr00Lck Meet Saturday Principal By Angie Lakey-Campbell Congratulations to Theater is in town this out to the Cambridge will be Thursday and our March students of week. Try-outs for the PTSA for sponsoring Saturday of next week. the .monthi Adreanna production were Monday this wonderful program. We wish all competitors McCormick and Austin afternoon. Performances Track .is winding the best of luck! ]ensen were selected are scheduled for Friday down to a close. The As the spring sport based upon the character evening at 7:00 and Long Pin Conference season winds to a close, trait of fairness. The Saturday afternoon at Championship meet will the fall coaches are character trait for April 3:00 in the Cambridge be Saturday in Horseshoe preparing for summer is hard work. High School gymnasium. Bend beginning at 10:00. activities. There will Missoula Children's A huge thank you goes The district track meet be an organizational meeting for football and volleyball in Cambridge on May 14 at 6:00. The football team will be meeting in the library, and the volleyball team" will be meeting in the commons area. Another sure sign that the school year is winding to a close is the approaching music concerts. The elementary program is scheduled for Tuesday, May May 8 at 7:00 in the CHS gym. The high school program is Tuesday May 15 at 7:00 in the gym. School Awards for April Caught Being Good! - Alden Fisher received April's Caught award. These Council Elementary School students received awards for the month of April for outstanding aca- denics, behavior/citizenship, and improvement. Bottom Left: Emilee Page, Logan Ashley, Josh Gipe, Rylie Zollman, Kaylee Boice, Bella Goettling and Gracie Page. Middle left: Kassi Latfimer, Jaydin Hall Riley Stuart, Tommas Scheline, Emma Mahon and Amber Glenn. Top left: Braden Nichols, Jasmen Martin, James Sheneberger, Zez Korte, Shyann Getusky, Brittany Taylor and Lance Nichols. Good work and congratulations everyone! Hank Shepard Honored Local FFA member wins environmental science and natural resources proficiency award at Idaho FFA State Convention A local FFA member took top honors recently at the Idaho FFA State Convention for develop- ing an excellent supervised agricultural experience in environmental science and natural resources. Hank Shepard, from Council, and a mem- ber of the Council FFA Chapter was named the Idaho FFA winner in Environmental Science and Natural Resources - Entrepreneurship/ Placement and is now eligi- ble to compete for national honors. The supervised agricul- tural experience is one of three integrated parts of agricultural educa- tion alongside classroom instruction and FFA activi- ties designed to improve FFA members' skills for future careers. SAE pro)- ects can be entered in one of 47 National FFA Proficiency Award Areas - ranging from agricul- tural communications to wildlife management - in two categories, placement and entrepreneurship. Descriptions of each pro- ficiency award area are available at http://www.ffa. org/proficiency. The winning application will be judged against win- ners from other states at October's 8Sth National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. The national winner, announced dur- ing an arena award cer- emony will earn a $1,000 award and commemora- tive plaque. Three other national finalists will receive $500 and a com- memorative plaque. The National FFA Organization formerly known as Future Farmers of America, is a nation- al youth organization of 540,379 student members as part of 7,489 local FFA chapters in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. The FFA mission is to make a positive differ- ence in the lives of students by developing their poten- tial for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultur- al education. The National FFA Organization oper- ates under a federal charter granted by the 81st United States Congress and it is an integral part of public instruction in agriculture. The U.S. Department of Education provides leader- ship and helps set direc- tion for FFA as a service to state and local agri- cultural education pro- grams. For more, visit the National FFA Organization online (http://www.ffa. org), on Facebook (http;// facebook.com/nationalffa), on Twitter (http://twitter. com/nationalffa) and FFA Nation (http://ffanation.ffa. org). MONUMENT CO 454-9532 BOISE - 343-0471 I I I II II [ A+ Award Winners Council Elementary School's first grade stu- dent, Mia Funk, and fourth grade student, Caleb Corse, received April's A+ Awards. A+ awards are given to two students each month whose names have been drawn from a pool of students who have received 100% on a test during the month. Congratulations Caleb and MiaI The task of the excellent teacher is to stimulate "apparently ordinary" people to unusual effort. The tough problem is not in identifying win- ners: it is in making winners out of ordinary people. -- K. Patricia Cross gation