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The Adams County Record Wednesday, May 30, 2012 Students Tour Emergency Vehicles BY DALE FISK At just after 10:30 AM last Wednesday the fire alarm went off at the school. The kids filed outside to find an array of emergency responders and vehicles in the parking lot. If any of the students were afraid the alarm was not a drill, the feeling was soon allayed by a dozen balloons are their receiving helium-filled somewhere between here balloons, candy, colored and the coast by now. pencils, stickers, plastic As part of Emergency fireman hats, colorful Services Week, local booklets about boating sheriff's officers and EMS safety...and whistles. Loud personnel brought a fire whistles. (I haven't heard engine, an ambulance, an what the classrooms off-road rescue ATV and were like afterward.) Half two Jet.Skis to the school. The kids got to look in and around the vehicles and sit on the JetSkis: The emergency responders were John Dickenson, Charlie Pfenninger, Dan Huter and Tom Griffin. The Sheriff officers were Zollman and Phillips. Page 11 CHS Alunmi Award Scholarships to Graduates ]FROM THE COUNCIL HIGH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION It is an honor to congratulate Lauren DeHaas and Lucas Pate as the recipients of the 2012 Council Alumni Association Scholarship. These are exceptional students, and we wish them well in their college pursuits this coming fall. They will each receive a scholarship check after enrolling at an institution of higher education for their second semester and again for the semester following if they continue to meet the scholarship requirements. Congratulations to the 2012 graduates of Council High School. Thank you to all our scholarship applicants who have shown what it takes to be a success in their future endeavors. We hope you all will continue to be a part of the Council community and as new members of the Council High Alumni Association, help us support your Council schools. The Council High Alumni Association hopes to continue awarding scholarships in the future, and to do this, ' we will need help from Council Alumni and Friends of Council Schools. We also provide support to teachers through our "Supplies for Teachers Fund" that was established as a memorial to Alan Harrington. If you would like to donate, specify to which fund and send your contribution via Judy Mahon, 1078 E Whitely, Council ID 83612, payable to Council High Alumni Associatioh. Imagine what an annual $10 or more contribution from each Council Alumni could do in support of your schools. Go Lumberjacks! One We Missed Last Week! Last week this picture of Jamie Berks and her award-winning quilt got lost in a computer on it's journey to the printer. ]amie entered this quilt, along with the students featured last week, and it won "Teacher's Choice" honors at the Salt Lake City competition. Dunne and Poland Honored at CHS Graduation Cambridge High School Class of 1968 graduate Mary Lorton Dunne was recently honored at CHS graduation by receiving the organization's Distinguished Alumni Award. Mrs. Dunne graduated summa cure laurie from Idaho State University in 1972 with a degree in deaf education. Upon graduation, she began her 37 year career at the Idaho School for the Deaf and Blind in Gooding. Her career included a variety of positions: elementary teacher, parent-school consultant, director of the statewide outreach recipients (the highest program, and ultimately in Idaho), over 100 state Superintendent of FFA degrees (6 Star State the school. Mary was finalists), 5 national recognized for her proficiency finalists (2 fairness, integrity and national winners), over 25 dedication to the students state champion teams, one and staff, national championship, Also recognized at the 17 Three Star National ceremony was Sue Poland. Chapter Awards, 3 Mrs. Poland received the Models of Innovations district's Distinguished National finalists. Service Award. Having Cambridge School served as the high school District thanks both agriculture teacher from of these women for the 1993-2011, Mrs. Poland example they have set amassed an impressive and the positive impact list of accomplishments, they have made on the Included in that list are: students of Cambridge 40 American Degree School District. Moran Receives Grant Cambridge High School in the amount of $6100. business educator, Sherie Ms. Moran has shown a Moran, recently received commitment to bringing notification of being financial education into awarded a Pathway to the classroom, and is Financial Success Grant provided this funding to help ensure that CHS students get the financial education they need to make informed decisions about money that will help them achieve brighter financial futures. Funds will be used to purchase a set of textbooks, student activity guides, and educational videos. If a doctor, lawyer, or dentist had 40 people in his office at one lSme, all of whom had differ- ent needs, and some of whom didn't want to be there and were causing trouble, and the doctor, lawyer, or dentist, without assistance, had to treat them all with professional excellence for nine months, then he might have some concep- tion of the classroom teacher's job. -- Donald D. Quinn P ?ac "ml pbrt d#o%e s In the words of Alice always by those who love Cooper, "School's you! out for summer!!!" Congratulations to Congratulations and Ms. Moran! We recently best wishes to this learned that she is the year's graduates! Please recipient of a $6,100 remember that you will all Discover Pathway to be deeply missed, thought Financial Success Grant. of often, and remembered The money will be used to School Is Out! purchase a set of textbooks trait of perseverance. and videos to enhance our BPA's first skating business department! opportunity will be on Congratulations also go Wednesday, May 30 from out to our May students 2:30 until 5:30. What a of the month! Bobbi great activity to get the Brumbaugh and Austin kids out of the house and Cooper were selected into some healthy fun! based upon the character Several of our FFA By Angte Lakey-CampbeU -students will be traveling opportunity to spend to Moscow on June some quality time with 5 for the state career their children over the development events. We summer. Time passes wish these competitors the quickly, and these loved best of lucid ones will be out of the As we close another house before we know it school year, I hope each Have a great summed of our parents has the