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February highlights from the Wolfpack!

27th ANNUAL UNC STATE MATHEMATICS CONTEST 2019 JUNIOR HONORABLE MENTION
Idalia 8th grader Tyler Hall competed in the final round of the UNC State Mathematics Contest in Greeley on Saturday, January 23rd. Results of the competition were recently released and Tyler received a "Junior Honorable Mention" for his placement among all participants. Congratulations Tyler! Submitted by Cindy Soehner

 
BBRACER PROGRAM
Idalia Health and Wellness will be bringing back the BBRacer program! Twice a week, beginning after Spring Break, the club will run together after school to train for the Bolder Boulder held on Monday, May 27. Any person from 1st grade to adult is wel-come to join in the fun! The BBRacer experience (with registration) includes a t-shirt, dinner, meeting the professional runners, an overnight stay in the CU dorms, and breakfast! We are also looking for volunteers to help with training AND to run with the kids at the Bolder Boulder! If you have questions or are interested, please contact Kelli Kite, (970) 396-9441.
 
DAD'S AND DONUTS
It's always fun to bring Dad to preschool! We enjoyed an art project, playing, reading books together and of course a donut! Thank you Deb Crites for the delicious donuts! Submitted by Crystal Richards
 

FBLA QUALIFIES 26 FOR STATE
The District 3 FBLA Leadership Conference was Wednesday, February 6, 2019, at Northeastern Junior College in Sterling. Idalia FBLA Chapter had several people place and qualify for State competition. The top four in objective tests and the top three in presentations will go on to compete at State in April. The following members placed in the following events:
Freshmen:
Marek Cody—1st Place—Intro to Information Technology, 2nd Place—Management Decision Making
Carter Schafer—1st Place—Client Service
Porscha Jacobs—1st Place—Word Processing, 5th Place—Graphic Design
Rylann Brigham—2nd Place—Intro to Business Presentation, 4th Place—Word Processing
Camren Morris—2nd Place—Graphic Design
Koy Smith—2nd Place—Management Decision Making
Priscilla Cordova—2nd Place—Intro to Business Presentation, 9th Place—Intro to FBLA
Yahir Enriquez—2nd Place—Management Decision Making
Titus Glanz—4th Place—Management Decision Making
Tara Hubbard—3rd Place—E-Business
Brayan Veleta—4th Place—Management Decision Making
Kylie Wingfield—5th Place—Graphic Design, 7th Place—Intro to Business Communications
Dawn Rice—5th Place—Advertising, 2nd Place—Intro to Business Presentation
Sophomores:
Brandy Henrickson—2nd Place—Accounting I, 3rd Place—Publication Design
Cloey Jones—3rd Place—E-Business, 7th Place—Intro to FBLA
Macy Richards—3rd Place—Publication Design, 10th Place—Personal Finance
Tyson Richards—3rd Place—E-Business
Juniors:
Brisa Pérez—1st Place—Broadcast Journalism
Hannah Carpenter—1st Place—Broadcast Journalism, 4th Place—Business Communications
Aubrey Richards—2nd Place—Graphic Design
Talon Glanz—4th Place—Job Interview, 9th Place—Personal Finance
Lucia Sanchez—6th Place—Business Calculations
Seniors:
Garrett Hurlburt—1st Place—Accounting II
Brian Jimenez—1st Place—Securities and Investments, 2nd Place—Website Design
Breann Shaffer—2nd Place—Computer Applications, 2nd Place—Website Design
Daniel Pérez—3rd Place—Networking Concepts, 5th Place—Graphic Design
Erik Estrada—5th Place—Personal Finance
Maddisen Hoyda—7th Place—Job Interview
The chapter also received second place in the name tag competition and as well as receiving recognition for donating $125 to March of Dimes.
Megan Waitman received at $500 FBLA Scholarship and Breann Shaffer received a $250 FBLA Scholarship.
Students who were recognized for earning their Future Business Achievement Award were Koy Smith, Rylann Brigham, Yahir Enriquez, Kylie Wingfield, Marek Cody, Porscha Jacobs, Tara Hubbard, Dawn Rice, Camren Morris and Lucia Sanchez. Students recognized for earning their Business Business Achievement Award were Talon Glanz, Tyson Richards, Cloey Jones, Macy Richards, and Brandy Henrickson.
The day was full of amazing workshops from finding your personal brand to putting your leadership skills into effect. It was amazingly fun and successful, and we all can’t wait for state on April 22-24! Submitted by Hannah Carpenter, Chapter Reporter

 
FFA WEEK
February 19-22 was this year’s annual FFA Week. The week started off on Tuesday with “Ride your Horse to School Day.” Martin Veleta, Jace Juhnke, and Wyett Martin participated despite the cold weather. On Wednesday was Ag Olympics. Each class, 7th-12th, competed in roping, sack races, hay bale toss, and nail driving. On Thursday, several students brought animals for Barn Yard Day. Through the PALS program, students from kindergarten-3rd grades were able to see the animals. On Friday, State FFA Officers, Vice President Micaela Fenton and Reporter Mackenzie Schneider, visited and engaged students in leadership activities. Submitted by Veronica Cody, Idalia FFA Reporter
 
HEALTH & WELLNESS FATHER-DAUGHTER DANCE
On Sunday, February 10, forty beautiful little ladies were escorted by the handsome men in their life for a fun evening of dinner and dancing. The dance floor was hopping!
Such an event is impossible without the volunteers! Thank you to Daniel Perez for being the DJ for the night. We, too, appreciate the help from our decorators: Alma and Priscilla Cordova and Kris Glanz. Thank you to the cooks, Amber Soehner, Chelsey Brittain, Meri Soehner, and Lynne Cody. Thank you to the Idalia Girl Scouts for donating the yummy selection of cookies for dessert! Also, to those who allowed the event to progress smoothly, Martha Acosta-Enriquez, Clara Olivas, and Jessica Andrews, we appreciate your time. Finally, to our photographer, Jessica Towns, we thank you for capturing the priceless images of the evening! Daughters and Fathers, please expect your pictures to come soon! Submitted by Kelli Kite, Health & Wellness
 
HEALTH & WELLNESS VALENTINE COLORING CONTEST
For February, the Idalia Health & Wellness committee held a coloring contest for students in Preschool through their grades. All entries were beautifully and creatively colored and are displayed along the hallway into the gymnasium. Each winner received a picture book from the committee. Our winners are:
Preschool—Bosslee Soehner and Breckyn Richards 
Kindergarten—Bailey Hill and Booker Kite
First Grade—Payton Terrell and Brookly Richards
Second Grade—Adan Estrada and Paige Terrell
Third Grade—Kaitlyn Helling and Joselin Veleta
Thank you and congratulations to all participants! Submitted by Kelli Kite
 
HIGH SCHOOL KNOWLEDGE BOWL TEAM
Idalia added another Knowledge Bowl competition to its roster this year by competing at the Haxtun Invitational. This meet had far more schools and larger schools such as Brush and Ft. Morgan. Our high school team placed 9th overall and the junior high team placed 7th. No trophies, but a great experience. Submitted by Cindy Soehner, Knowledge Bowl Sponsor
 
STEAM EVENT
A group of five Idalia freshman (Marek Cody, Itzel Gonzales, Porscha Jacobs, Koy Smith and Kylie Wingfield) attended a STEAM workshop in Limon on February 1. In the afternoon portion of the workshop, each team of students used their coding and engineering skills to create whatever they chose. The Idalia students chose to make a piano out of a pair of latex gloves that was then used to play a tune or two. Submitted by Cindy Soehner
 
STUDENT COUNCIL BBQ FEED
On Saturday, February 2, the Idalia Student Council hosted their annual BBQ Dinner and dessert auction at the Grainery in Idalia, Colorado. The evening was a success. Thanks to the Grainery and Fernando, community, auctioneer Wade Quiggle and all the dessert buyers for supporting our annual fundraiser. Proceeds go towards all home-coming activities, officer and leadership retreats, Halloween parade, and other various activities throughout the school year.
 
Tosha Wise, Artist in Residence
What an incredible experience teaching Idalia Students! We once again explored the charcoal medium. Instead of eyes; this year was dedicated to animal skulls. I am drawn to native animal skulls in my own artwork. As an artist I am constantly trying to tell a story through visual elements. My husband and sons go shed hunting every year and occasionally bring home a preserved skull. I am over the moon when this happens. I always tell my husband, "Don't bring me flowers, bring me a skull." I have many questions that come to mind: How did that animal die? Disease? Natural Causes? Predator? Did the animal migrate? Did it have babies? What was the animal's territory?... on and on. With a narrative already built in; I do not have work as hard on the visual side.
The workshop consisted to a choice between four different skulls. I then broke down step by step how to apply the char-coal medium. We got messy, but we had fun! The kids did great and I had a wonderful time getting to know them. Thank you again, Tosha Wise! Submitted by Cyndie Weyerman

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