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ell, friends ::: Kalona Elementary kindergartners wave good-bye to their new-found " friends from Wellman Elementary after the two groups spent an afternoon ~, together at Kalona Elementary. by Monica Miller As the end of the school year " approaches, kindergartners boast of newly-learned skills internalized through the first year of school. Ask a kindergartner what he has learned this year and be prepared to listen to him count to 100, recite the ABCs with accompanying rhyme or sing a dinosaur song. Students quick to mention their i new-found reading ability may not even be cognizant that a different i type of learning has also been internalized throughout the year. Skills for Growing, part of the Lions-Quest curriculum, exposed students to life skills such as sharing, extending friendship and providing service for others. Lions-Quest defines service learning as "a way to connect daily lessons with the real world of children and providing opportunities for many different kinds of social and intellectual development." Classroom teachers are encouraged to help students at all grade levels design and implement some type of ervice project. Kindergarten teachers Pat "Anderson, Kalona Elementary and Susan Lehman, Weilman Elementary developed service projects appropriate for kindergartner involvement including removing litter from the school yard and designing a bulletin board for Pleasantview Nursing Home. Desiring to make her students aware they are part of a larger caring community, Anderson and her Section 2 kindergartners sent a letter to Wellman kindergartners reporting on their project. "We used a whole sheet of paper to send the letter and there was room at the bottom so I suggested we 'invite the Wellman kindergartners to come visit us some time," said Anderson. She told the students they should have Wellman's teacher ; Call their teacher to arrange the visit. Arrangements were made for the Welhnan kindergartners to spend part of an afternoon in Kalona visiting their new-found friends. Students at Kalona made a flower to :present to each Weliman kindergartner and the Wellman children each made a dinosaur :picture for their friends in Kalona. i; Both groups worked together on a ervice project tbr the district. The over Newstand Subscribe Now to the Kalona News s19 = Year in Washington, Johnson, Iowa and Keokuk Counties = elsewhere in Iowa = out of state 13 One Year 13 Two Years Name Address City St. students decorated manila envelopes to be used for inter-campus mail by teachers and staff throughout the district. Each envelope displays an original piece of art work and the words, "Save a Tree - Reuse." Students were teamed up in a buddy system for the day with Kalona Elementary hosts guiding their visitors around the building. The 44 students enjoyed a snack of popsicles outside on the school lawn. Popsicles were broken in two and shared between buddies, a gesture Anderson said was symbolic of sharing friendship. "Graduation Continued from page I Foerstncr award, Nicolc Patterson; Washington Printing, Pressman and Assistant Union, Heather Milam; R. J. McEIroy, Dwight G. Sattler awards, Patsy Patterson. Marek Trust awards, Chad Britton, Vanessa Androus. State of Iowa scholars were Vancssa Androus, Laura Hendrick,; and Tart Mellingcr. Presidential Academic Fitness awards went to Ann Greiner, Tart Mcllinger, Nicole Patterson, Vanessa Androus and Laura Hendricks. Honor student awards, a gold medallion, went to Tart Mellinger, Jennifer Tucker, Vanessa Androus, Marissa Marin, Ann Greiner, Nathan Gottlieb, Laura Hendricks, Laurie Stutzman, Nicole Patterson, Nicole Miller, Pam Boyse, Karl Riggan, Katie McClellen, Chad Britton, Jennie Slabach, Michelle Minnis, Patsy Patterson, Wcndy Poock, Charts Pratt, Tiffani Bender, Jeremy Peck, Lisa Jorgensen, Chrissy Murphy, Joel Hubcr, Jenny Larsen, Heather McVay. Academic letters, presented for the first time this year, went to Tiffani Bender, Chad Britton, Ann Greiner, Laura Hendricks, Jocl Huber, Lisa Jorgensen, Katie McCIcllen, Tart Mellinger, Nicole Miller, Chris Larsen, Marissa Matin, Heather McVay, Michelle Minnis, Chrissy Murphy, Jeremy Peck, Charts Pratt, Karl Riggan, Tonia Stumpf, Pam Boyse, Laurie Stutzman. IMS Awards Awards at IMS were given during commencement services. They are Alter singing songs for each other, All-Golden Triangle senior class, Welhnan kindergartners boarded a Sherilyn Graber and Rachel Rempel; bus to return to school while Kalona commended student, Rachel Rempel; Elementary kindergartners rushed All-State Orchestra, Anna Yoder, back to their room to select a trumpet and Heather Troyer, violin; dinosaur picture from their new Iowa High School Music friends. Association contest, Shawna iii~ ~ : Welhnan Elementary kindergarten teacher Susan Lehman plays guitar and accompanies her students in singing a song of friendship to Kalona kindergartners. THF KALONA NEWS - High flying flags More than 110 flags flew at attention during Memorial Day services in the Sharon May 30. The services, arranged by AMVETS Post 107, Richmond, included members of the Mid-Prairie marching band. Aerial view of the Avenue of Flags assistance of the Farmers Rural Electric Cooperative, Frytown, and its brand new Hartzler, vocal, and Suzie Kinzebaw, flute; University of Iowa Community Credit Union Student of the Arts, Sherilyn Graber; National Council on Youth Leadership, Sherilyn Graber; Outstanding Students, Mervin Miller, agriculture/industrial arts; Darla Knepp, business education; Anna Yoder, Bible; Lisa Birky, Sherilyn Graber, social studies; Chris Roetlin, English; Adam Yoder, science; Rachel Rempel, mathematics; Anna Yoder, Aaron Schulz, art; Anna Yoder, Sherilyn Graber, music. Scholarships went to Jill Miller, Rachel Rempel, Hesston College Presidential; Sherilyn Graber, Bethel College Outstanding Student; Jennifer Leichty, Northwest College, track; Chris Roetlin, Wartburg College Regent; Aaron Swartzendruber, Kansas State University, atheletic; Joel Dylhoff, Hewlett Packard; Joel Loss, Matthew Rhodes, Jamie Schweitzer, Sanford C. & Emma Yoder honors; Amy Beachy, Rebecca Miller, Hesston College; Lisa Birky, Anna Yoder, Sharon Yoder, Jenny Zook, Eastern Mennonite College academic achievement; Rachel Rempel, Sharon Yoder, Marek Scholarships; Jamie Schweitzer, F. E. Skola; Heather Troyer and Renea Hershberger, Ray V. Hochstetler; Sherri Miller, Garret Keaough, Don Miller Jr.; Jason Potstander, Jeff Kauffman; Jenelle Bender, Clarence Yoder; Amanda Short, freshman alumni. The top ten students, alphabetically, were Amy Beachy, Sherilyn Graber, Reba Hathaway, J. B. Hochstetler, Jill Miller, Rachel Rempel, Chris Roetlin, Aaron Swartzendrubcr, Anna Ycx:ler, Sharon Gin Y xler. Yoder, Drama awards went to Amy Carol Beachy, Rebecca Miller, Jill Miller, ' Rebecca Lori Boiler, Sherilyn Graber, Jeremy Hate Graber, Yoder, Sharon Yoder, Helen Slaubaugh, Spielbauer, Jenny Zook. Drama Theresa Lit scholarships went to Jenclle Bender, National Heather Troyer, Sheri Miller. were Arny l Yearbook awards were given to Rachel Amy Gingerich, Katie Graber Birky, J. (editor), Jill Miller (business Roetlin, ? manager), Liz Brenneman Sharon yoder, Now Featuring The Ultimate in Portable Raydot ' 12'x48 on displaY 3iop in for introductory pridtt : SALES & For a premium quality has the one you needl A window that operates smoothly, lifetime. 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Wellman Rotary Rose Dillard Buckwalter Motors, Inc. Security Savings Bank, Wellman West Chester Savings Bank Crane Foundation Washington State Bank Hensel, Latta, Harris & Premier Sheep Supplies Iowa Bridge and Culvert Hawkeye Bank of McCleery Cummings Mose Levy Co., Inc. Day Abstract Co. John Baldrige Northrup King Co. Richard Perkins, DDS Washington Elecl ric Scrvic Fansteel of WashingtOn Jerry Britsch Washington Federal SavirJgs Hy-Vee Food Store Washington Ag Supply, Casey's General Stores" Special Thanks... .. to the 1993-94 Business Consultants and Teachers for their contributions Kabna, Iowa Achievement Program Washington Kevin Erpelding 'Archer Appliance, TV & Video Keith Lazar Washington State Bank Arlene Herlein Mid-Prairie Bill & Judy Kinneer Kinneer Home Furnishings Ken Petrone Mid-Prairie High school Washington High School Washington County Junior Achievement Advisory Council Doug Yotty, Ernie Beemblossom, Stan Carlson, Ted Drain, Julie Johnston, Kris Kaalberg, Bill Kinneer, Marc Moeller, Meg Peterseim, Schlabaugh, Ron Slechta, Steve Williams / i,