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Breann Shaffer-Wolf of the Month

Breann is a 16-year old, straight-A sophomore.  Her favorite teacher is Mrs. Sue Terrell with her favorite subject being English.  Some of Breann’s interests outside the classroom include reading, along with various activities that allow her to be outdoors, including gardening.  Breann looks up to her older sister, Reagan, as her role model and states, “Reagan puts dedication and hard work into everything she does.” An accomplishment that Breann is proud of is “maintaining a 4.0 GPA throughout high school, which has taken a lot of effort.”   When asked to discuss a . . .

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Solo and Ensemble Performance

   On February 24, 2017, 22, two chaperones, and 2 teachers loaded into the mini busses to head to Limon High School for Solo and Ensemble Competition. The students had been working hard the past few weeks and months to prepare their solos, duets, and ensembles for performance.    Upon arrival the students had a few minutes to get settled at the school before our first performer took the stage. After that we had enough students performing, that we were kept relatively busy until lunch time. When not performing the students would stick with those who were, supporting them, and providing the student with a . . .

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Idalia Youth Basketball

The Idalia Youth Basketball program concluded with a mid-March tournament at Kit Carson for our 3rd-6th graders.  I would like to thank Lindsey Richards and Jodi Morris for all they do for our kids.  These two ladies run a fantastic youth program, and I am very appreciative they allowed me to be a part of it this year.  We had over 55 kids participate in the basketball program.  The kids worked really hard, showed improvement, and hopefully had a lot of fun.  All of our teams in the Kit Carson Tournament played really hard and were in some tight games!  The 5th/6th Grade Girls team (shown at the left) . . .

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