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Count Your Kid In Screening
The Marshall County Special Services Cooperative will be having a
“Count Your Kid In Screening” on Wednesday, March 29, 2017.
National FFA Week is held every year in late February to celebrate the accomplishments in the FFA organization. During the week, chapters have different activities planned for each day. Valley Heights FFA members celebrated by participating in multiple activities such as Greenhand Day, Staff Appreciation BBQ, and Business Appreciation. On Greenhand Day, all first year members dye their hands green to show that they are Greenhands. . . .
The song “Who Says” by Selena Gomez is a song that inspires Alisa along with the quote, “The only way to have a friend is too be one” by Ralph Waldo Emerson. Alisa Marie Wahlstrom was born on January 30, 1999 to April and Josh Winslow. Throughout her years of high school, Alisa has been involved in Art and Peer Tutor, each for one year. Throughout the last four years she has loved walking through the halls and . . .
On February 10 th Kayla Smith hits 1000 career points. Smith walked into the game against Mission Valley only 12 points away from the milestone. “I couldn’t have done it without my teammates over the past three seasons, my coaches and my family always pushing me to be better. My mindset is to accomplish as much as I can throughout high school because the time is so short, and this accomplishment meas a lot to . . .
Zackery Paul Sprague was born on June 6, 1998. Zackery is the son of Jamye and John Sprague. Zack has two younger brothers Logan and Jeffery. Zackery has been involved in many school activities such as football manager 1 year, basketball manager 4 years, track 3 years, journalism 1 year, peer tutor 1 year, art 2 years and FFA 4 years. Zack has taken a leadership role in FFA the last two years being an FFA Historian one year and . . .
Joshua D. Gartner was born on April 18, 1998 to Curtis Gartner and Lori and Hank Zabokrtsky. In High School, Josh has enjoyed participating in both track and cross country for all four years. One of Josh’s favorite memories was playing basketball after lunch and making four half-court shot, while upperclassmen Benny, Charles, and Blake were cheering him on. The song that best describes Josh is “Never Again” by . . .
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