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,,.,q The Adams County Record Wednesday, November 28, 2012 Page 11 Cambridge Principal Notes I By Angie Lakey' Campbell As a reminder, our semester is nearing an end. Teachers will be available to assist students from 8:00 until noon on December 7 and December 14. If your child is behind, please encourage him or her to seek help when appro- priate. Teachers are also available before and after school to assist students as needed. Once again, please remember to mark your calendars for our upcom- ing performances. The band concert is scheduled for Thursday, December 6 in the high school gym beginning at 7:00. The drama class will be pre- senting Acting Can Be Murder on December 12. The matinee performance begins at 1:15, and the eve- ning performance begins at 8:00. The elementary Christmas concert is Thursday, December 13 in the high school gym beginning at 7:00. This week's athletic schedule includes'our boys traveling to the Meridian YMCA on Thursday to compete against Compass Charter. The - JV game is scheduled to begin at 6:00. The girls will travel to Council on Friday. The JV game is scheduled to begin at 6,:00 rather than 4:30 as printed on our schedules. Finally, both boys and girls will travel to Ambrose School on Saturday. The JV girls' game is scheduled to begin at 3:00 with varsity girls and varsity boys to follow. They're here! We distrib- uted the iPads to students last week. We have" had a few glitches with students being able to download applications (apps) to their devices, but are working these glitches out. As an adult, I know it's difficult to keep track of all of the commitments I have throughout any given day. The same is true for our students. We have had some folks express concern about how the new iPads will b.e used to enhance our educational program. So what do iPads have to do with scheduling difficulties? Mrs. Mink has had her students using an app called My Homework. Through the use of My Homework, students are able to track all assign- ments and calendar events in one location. While in Mr. Moran's classroom, I was able to watch his students using an app called The Wall, I think. He had posed a question to students. They replied to his question by typing their answers into the iPads. All answers were posted on the wall at the same time with a pro- jector. Students were able to respond without inter- rupting, and Mr. Moran didn't run out of time try- ing to get to everyone in the class. 4El Bear Facts By Tina Warner -- 258-4471 Gaye and Martin Carter served Thanksgiving din- ner to twenty-seven family members at their home. leremy Mink and family came from Mt. Home. Nick Carter, son loey and friend, Emily from Kamiah, and Pam and Erica Davis drove down from Lewiston, And the rest were local from Council and Bear. The food was great and the " visiting lasted most of the afternoon. Nan Rankin and Lowell Tietje enjoyed the visit of Nan's daughter and son- in-law, Mark and Sarah Pevoto, and their two chil- dren, Ryan and Bryn, who drove from Seattle. They returned home Saturday. Dan and Sauni McGahey enj.oyed hav- ing all of their family with them. Jim with Collin and Will, lack and Emily; and Mike and Megan with Luke. Following the tradi- week when Ralph Roberts two of Dave and Tammi's tional dinner they all put dropped in to visit. Ralph grandsons drove in to up the Christmas decora- was the Ranger in thisCuprum. They were up tions, which are well worth area from 1968 until 1976. from Payette and were driving by to enjoy. He and his wife, Kristine, hunting. Arlen Warner and Don were at their cabin over Clinton Hedges and Armstro'ng with their Thanksgiving. Jody Ruhe were in to their guests, Ralph Carson; Kathy Hogan enjoyed places near Cuprum this Toby, Stephanie and Tyna a visit from her daughter week as well. Warner; and Bert and and son-in-law, Jamie and Butch and Leila Cornell Colton Davis, had a pic- Travis Hill from Sarasota flew to Bremerton, nic at her trailer at Bear Springs, Utah. Washington to spend a Thanksgiving Day. Dave and Tammi Casey, few days with their son Tina Warner had an their son Brandon and his and his wife. unexpected guest last girl-friend Jasmine, and Judy Arbogast is in Oklahoma with her daugh- ter to have a complete knee replacement. She plans to stay there for sev- eral months recuperating. Jim and Wanda Couch, their daughter Angie Spelman and husband, Chris, and their two grandchildren came up to Cuprum from Payette to do some hunting. On the way in they killed a 'mon- ster' buck. 'IlL at it a Adams County Commissioners Continued from frontpage approved spending $17,000 ect. Supervisor Glenn rec- Under Sheriff Ryan as a down payment on. ommended that the county Zollman (who is also the new equipment and spend $10,000 to repair the Sheriff-elect) says that the installation, which should Indian Valley road grader "radio conversions at the be completed next spring, so it will be available for department ,to the new : The Commissioners autho- this winter's plowing. The narrow range band will : rized Pete Friend to bid county is helping the group be completed before the ! for steel containers to use headed by Connie Mocaby January 1, 2013, deadline. with the new baler. They in cleaning up the.landscap- He also reported that the also approved purchasing a ing at the historic court- jail housed fourteen state used forklift for the proj- house building in Council. prisoners last week. Z Same Day Service on most minor repairs I Chase Brown (at podium) and Tessa Shepard (right) welcome new FFA Make an appointment today! 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