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School board to meet


The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Board of Education meets at 7 p.m. at 148N. Binkley Street in Soldotna (unless otherwise noted).

For more information, call 907-714-8888 or visit The agenda and packet items are posted on Wednesday afternoon prior to the date of the Board Meeting.

Persons with disabilities who need accommodations to participate at School Board meetings should contact Debbie Tressler at 907-714-8836 or email no later than three business days before the meeting date.

■ December 2, 2013

■ January 13, 2014

■ February 3, 2014

■ March 3, 2014

■ April 14, 2014

■ May 5, 2014 (at Seward High School)

■ June 2, 2014

■ June 3, 2014 (Board Planning Session)

Early release dates for KPBSD schools

Six times throughout the academic year, on a Wednesday, schools will meet the minimum day, leaving teachers with approximately ninety minutes of additional time to work on improvement strategies. On these early release dates, school will end ninety minutes (1.5 hours) earlier. Bus transportation will be adjusted by ninety minutes.

November 20; January 22; February 26; April 16

Free training for high school students

KPBSD Career and Tech Department is offering free after school academies to train students in the Welding, Construction and Medical Field.

Upcoming Academies for the 2013-2014 school year include: Emergency Trauma Technician, Personal Care Attendant, Welding and Construction.

Any high school student is able to participate in any of our academies. If a student successfully completes the 60 hour academy they will receive a ∏ practical art credit. Transportation may be provided if needed.

There will be a welding academy at the Workforce Development Center behind KCHS with Mr. Widaman. This academy will start October 15th-December 19th. Class days will be Tues. Wed. & Thurs from 2:30-4:30. Students will be learning basic welding skills.

There will be an Emergency Trauma Technician (ETT) academy with Beth Swaby at Soldotna High School. This academy will start October 1st-December 7th. Class days will be Tuesdays from 3:00-5:00 and most Saturdays from 8:00-2:00. This course will cover all areas required to receive certification as an Emergency Medical Technician. The last week of class will be for review and the final exam. If you pass the exam you’ll receive your certification and an ETT patch.

To sign up go to <> For more information call Debbie Pearson at 283-2145 or see your counselor.

Funding for the Alaska Construction Academies comes from a grant from the Ak Dept of Labor and Workforce Development, The Ak Dept of Commerce and Economic Development and The AK Youth First Program.

Connections Home-school Program

This week University of Alaska College Application Week

Wednesday: High School Senior Meeting @ Soldotna Connections Office 1:30-2:30pm

Nov. 25 and 26: Safe Sitter Class

Nov. 26: Encounter Earth @ Challenger Learning Center 9am-12pm

Dec. 5: Payment Due for non-refundable Kenai Fjords Trip in May 2014

Dec. 13: Deadline for 2014 Student Poster Contest: Respect Lead the Way!

On Wednesday at 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. we will have a senior meeting at the Soldotna Connections office. We will discuss the graduation ceremony, college applications and post high school opportunities. Advisors will be available to complete individual student credit checks. All seniors and their parents are encouraged to attend. Please RSVP with your advisor.

The Kenai Fjords Marine Science Explorers is five hour trip which may include the following stations: Seawater Analysis, Plankton Analysis, Seabirds and Marine Mammal Adaptations, Fjord Ecosystems, navigation, geology, or weather. All Homeschoolers (Grades 3-12) and parents are welcome. We must pay Kenai Fjords by December 5th . This fee is non-refundable. We apologize that if you commit to this trip that we will not be able to refund your money. If you have any questions, please contact Wendi at 714-8880 or <>

The Kenai Fine Arts Center is hosting their Annual Student Art Show. All Kids 2-12 yrs. are invited to bring (up to 3) original works of art to the Kenai Fine Arts Center (816 Cook Street) by Saturday, Nov. 23. If you have any questions please call Miss Dee Dee at 394-6303.

2014 Student Poster Contest — Respect Lead the Way. In remembrance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October 2013) and Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Awareness Month. Posters must be received either electronically or via mail by Dec. 13. Questions can be directed to Suki Miller at 907-269-7450, .

Photo Competition: Connections Photo competition has been extended for another few months! So, for all those sending in late entries - have no fear! We would love to get your fall and winter shots.

This week is College Application Week! All applications to University of Alaska are done through the University’s portal, UAOnline: .

Paper applications are also accepted. Students are under no obligation to attend once they apply, but applying is a good first step to starting the college process. The University of Alaska staff are available to assist with applications. For further assistance, please contact the University of Alaska office that your student wants to attend.

IDEA Home-school program

IDEA families plan to join us for a great afternoon of encouragement and motivation with nationally acclaimed speaker Steve Carrier. Steve motivates young and old alike to live with integrity and purpose while engaging the audience with feats of strength. Join us at KCC on Tuesday, Nov. 19 at 2 p.m.

IDEA teens interested in visiting Washington D.C. and New York city please investigate the information on the website regarding Close-Up. This amazing opportunity to learn about government and history while visiting and experiencing the actual historical sites will take place in March of 2014.

IDEA Middle School students will participate in The Challenger Encounter Earth Mission on Nov. 25. This opportunity is filling up fast with only two slots still available so please call the office at 907-260-7555, to reserve your spot.

IDEA Sweatshirts are now available for both adults and children. These sweatshirts come in a variety of colors and can be ordered through the office for delivery before Christmas.

Kaleidoscope School of Arts and Sciences

Monday the PTA is meeting at 9:15 a.m. in the library to discuss the 10 Year Anniversary of Kaleidoscope celebration and adding the Family Fun Nights to the budget. Come join us and be part of the PTA.

Thursday through Thursday, Judy Eacker will be modeling the Highly Effective Teaching (HET) model for the staff. Judy will hold a Parent Information Night for all KSAS parents at 6 p.m. in the library on Tuesday. We look forward to seeing you here.

Wednesday is an early dismissal day; students will be dismissed from school at 2:10 p.m. Buses will drop students off 90 minutes earlier than normal.

There will be no Gym Club or Arts & Craft Club today due to the early release.

Thursday Math & Science Club and Dance Club are meeting from 3:45-4:45 p.m. for those who have turned in their permission slip forms. Thank you for picking your child up on time.


Students are allowed to be dropped off in the mornings at 8:35 a.m. or later.

Students go outside for recess unless it is colder than 10 degrees below zero so please send them to school with the proper gear!

The LifeSkill we are focusing on this week is Flexibility: To be willing to alter plans when necessary.

K-Beach Elementary

Mr. Daniels’s Science classes are using “Critter Cams” in science this week. The students practiced using their animal tracking and detection skills to place an infrared motion-sensing camera in the woods behind the school. We hope to see some animals that make their home near our school. Then we can take the photos back to class and learn more about their growth, behavior, and adaptations that help them survive

— Nov. 20 – Early Release Day, students will be released at 12:55 p.m.

— Nov. 22 – K-Beach Spelling Bee at 8 a.m. in the gym.

— Nov. 28 - 29 – NO SCHOOL for Thanksgiving Holiday.

— Dec. 5 – Winter Program for grades K – 2 will be held in the Sohi auditorium at 7 p.m.

— Dec. 17 – Band concert at 6pm in the K-Beach gym.

Kenai High School

Kenai Central High School would like to recognize our outstanding choir and band students.

KPBSD Honor Choir :Lucienne Anderson, Ruthie Benson, Moriah Bisset, James Bodolosky, Brett Brown, Brittany Bucho, Justin Burdick, Taylor Burke, James Butler, Patricia Catacutan, Madison Chanley, Katie Cooper, Lara Creighton, Austin Cronce, Eden Deatherage, Mackenzie Evenson, Chase Feagin, Trey Feagin, Kyle Forée, Makayla George, Vladislav Glushkov, Joe Grossl, Kiana Harding

ALL-State Choir and Band: Lucienne Anderson-Soprano 1, Tori Askin-Percussion, Ruthie Benson- Alto 2, Alexandria Bergholtz-Bass Clarinet, Logan Boyle-Euphoniums, Brett Brown-Trumpet, Tyler Brown-Tuba, Taylor Burke-Alto 1, Katie Cooper-Soprano 1, Olen Danielson-Trombone, Eden Deatherage-Soprano 1, Mackenzie Evenson-Alto 1, Jamie Fenton-Alto 1, Ian Ferguson-Trombone, Ariana Gabriel-Alto Sax, Makayla George-Soprano 2, Bradley Hamilton-Bb Clarinet, Kylie Hendrickson-Soprano 1 Ali Jones-Soprano 1, Josie Jones-Soprano 2, Eric Kempf-French Horn, Raymon Machen-Gray-Tenor 2, Patrick Michels-Trombone, Kirsten Nyquist-Bb Clarinet, Drew Peterson-Soprano 1, Tom Randall-Bass 2, Mikaela Salzetti-Flute, Whitni Stockton-Soprano 1, Ashley Thornton-Bassoon, Jonathan Torkelson-Tenor 1, Kia Youngren-Brown-Soprano 1

All-Northwest Choir :Lucienne Anderson, Brett Brown, James Butler, Eden Deatherage, Mackenzie Evenson, Jamie Fenton, Kyle Forée , Kylie Hendrickson, Dawson Hendrickson, Ali Jones, Josie Jones, Raymon Machen-Gray, Keyshawn McEnerney, Nate Narlock Kendrick O’Rourke, Drew Peterson, Tom Randall, Jonathan Torkelson

KCHS - ALL-NATIONALS 2013: Lucienne Anderson, Taylor Burke, James Butler IV, Mackenzie Evenson, Jamie Fenton, Ali Jones, Josie Jones, Raymon Machen-Gray, Nate Narlock, Kendrick, O’Rourke, Jonathan, Torkelson, Justin Wisnewski

Congratulations to the following students for being selected as October’s Student of the Month: Rotary – Olen Danielson, Chamber – Kathryn Knackstedt, Elks – Tamera Ward, Kard-of-the-Deck- Chris Campos, Super Staffer- Misty Hamilton, Chemistry – Zoya Elder (Hansen), Calculus – Alyson Quartly, Advanced Spanish – Joey Vicere, LA 9 – Avery Hieber, Weight Training – Lara Creighton, Pre-Calculus – Crystal Dauwe, Honors LA 10 – Hannah Drury, Drafting – Liam Floyd, Study Skills – Chase Stephens, Choir – Raymon Machen-Gray, Geometry – Laural Dunham, LA 11 – Andrea Reilly, Health – Fionna Heath, Band – Jazshe Nushart, World History – Caleb Rohn

Kenai Middle School

Kenai Middle School’s annual sixth grade fundraiser is making and selling Christmas swags. Each sixth grade student is encouraged to pre-sell three swags for $20 each. Then on Monday morning the sixth grade wing of the school becomes a pine-scented “swag factory” with student, teachers, and incredible parent volunteers busily creating swags. Parents, we still need MANY bows (KMS will supply the ribbon!). The proceeds from this fundraiser will bring down the cost of camp in May for every student. Please contact the school at 907-283-1700 if you would like to help or to place an order.

Wednesday is an early release day. Students will be released from school at 12:57 p.m.

Friday, both “A” and “B” basketball teams will be playing against Seward. Games will start at 3pm at Kenai Middle School. Go Kossacks.

The After School Tutorial program is off and running. The program is held from 2:35 to 4 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Permission slips are available at the front office.

Congratulations to last weeks character counts winners: Derek Brown and Kailey Hamilton. Keep up the great work.

Mountain View Elementary

Wednesday is a “Minimum Day.” Students will be dismissed at 1:50 p.m.

The Site Council will be meeting at 4 p.m. on Thursday in the Library.

There will be no school on November 28 & 29 due to the Thanksgiving holiday.

Christmas Drive forms were sent home last week. If you are in need of a Christmas basket, applications must be returned by Dec. 6. If you would like to sponsor a child or a family please call the office at 907-283-8600.

Nikiski Middle/High

Monday – Middle School Basketball at Nikiski vs. Aurora Borealis Charter School-3 p.m.

Wednesday– Early Release Day for students. School will be dismissed at 12:45 p.m. Buses will run 90 minutes early.

Football banquet for players and their families – 6:30 p.m. in the commons. Contact Coach Riddall for more information.

Friday – Saturday- High School Wrestling at Lancer Smith Tournament in Palmer

Christmas Break begins with an Inservice day for teachers and no school for students on Friday, December 20.

DDF Fundraiser - Gorgeous Hand Turned Bowls for Sale

If you have ever dreamed of owning one of Paul Johnson’s gorgeous hand turned bowls but couldn’t swing it on a teacher’s salary, your chance has come. Paul’s class and the DDF team are selling a limited number of these beautiful works of art for a short time. First come, first served. Check out the selection in the C-Hall trophy case or visit three of the finest examples in Mrs. Jenness’s room. These bowls retail in galleries for $150 plus, but if you support the woods and DDF programs, one of these beauties can be yours for a mere $100. Makes a great Christmas gift. If you are interested let contact Carla Jenness at the high school or one of the DDF members.

Nikiski North Star Elementary

If you need help around the holidays, the Nikiski Neighbors is a community-wide, broad based group of individuals and community groups that put together a program to benefit families who are going through tough times. The Noel Tree Children’s Program is intended to provide two needed clothing items and one item that matches the interest of the child. All families living north of milepost 15.5 can apply. Applications can be found at the Nikiski Post Office, Nikiski High School and Nikiski North Star Elementary and need to be turned in by Nov. 19th to the address listed on the form.

Wednesday is early release day and NNS will dismiss at 2 p.m.

Now that winter has officially arrived, please send your child to school with warm winter gear. KPBSD policy is that all students will be sent out for recess until the temperature drops to below minus ten degrees.

Redoubt Elementary

Early Release for Students at 1:45 p.m. Wednesday

Last week’s Box Top winners were: Cody Koch, Oliver Larrow & Johnny Wardas.

The City of Soldotna has kicked off a Safe Routes to School (SRTS) project this school year. The project examines conditions around six Soldotna area kindergartens to ninth grade schools, and will create recommendations and activities to improve safety while also reducing traffic near the schools. Become involved by responding to a brief school survey at your opinion is important.

Elf Shelf Holiday Store is coming Dec. 3-5. PTA sponsors this annual gift shopping opportunity for students. Order forms and information will be sent home with students.

Redoubt’s Holiday Food Drive for the Peninsula Food Bank is underway. This year students will be collecting non-perishable food items in classrooms. Classrooms will compete in building unique Can-Structions. There will be several different categories; this means there will be more than one winning classroom. Thank you.

Congratulations to Redoubt’s top sellers of this falls school fundraiser, Great American Opportunities. First place – Brook Belloumni, second place – Airah Cude and third place – Matthew Lewis. This year’s top selling class was Mrs. Arthur’s sixth-grade class. Thank you to all of the students who participated in our fall fundraiser.

Many new and exciting changes have been happening at Redoubt this school year. We hope that these changes will be helpful to parents and students. First and foremost is the safety of our students and staff. Our new office reception window has helped by making it a more convenient and faster way to assist our parents and students. The new Big Screen Monitor in the hall helps to provide important information to parents and students as they enter the school. So that we can better monitor our building and keep it safer for everyone in the building new security cameras have been installed in the hallways and at all entrances and exits. The school PA system has been upgraded so all important announcements can be understood and heard inside and outside of the school.

We are constantly trying to make our school a better and safer learning environment for your children. We would like to thank Borough Maintenance electricians, painters, electronics and general maintenance employees who have made these improvements and upgrades possible with their hard work and dedication.

River City Academy

RCA is currently accepting applications for students in grades 7-12 who are interested in a different school experience. Students who demonstrate skills in being self-motivated, successful time managers and advocate on their own behalf are often an ideal fit for RCA. The performance-based model offers students choice in their education inside of a consistent standards-based curriculum. For more information, please call 714-8945.

Skyview High

The volleyball team finished third at Regions and will be travelling to State this week. Good luck.

Sam Reynolds was selected as Skyview’s Good Sport Athlete. The following players were selected to the First All-Conference Team: Casey Neill, Cheyanne Laber, Sam Reynolds and Haylee Ramsell.

Early release day on Wednesday.

All-State Music in Anchorage, Nov. 20, 21, and 22, 2013

WorkKeys testing for Nov. 20 and 21,

ASVAB testing Friday.

Skyview high school honor roll/ first quarter .

4.021 - 4.00 GPA: Grade 9: Melinda Anderson, Evelyn Burnett, Sara Filiatraut, Al Maal, Talon Musgrave, Logan Schoessler

Grade 10: Annamarieka Chythlook, Taylor Fields-Jones, Nathaniel Yannikos. Grade 11: Emily Dipaolo, Charles Gibbons, Jeremiah Hudson. Grade 12: Tiffany Allen, Demery Garrant, Hannah Glaves, Brittany Hollers, Cheyanne Laber Samantha Reynolds, Sky Schlung, Catherine Schoessler

3.99 - 3.50 GPA: Grade 9: Sheila Barbour, Arianna Burcham, Heather Engle, Jasmyn Foust, Rebecca Gamble, Carajean Gibbons, Brendan Hanson, Renee Hinz, Dakota Hupp, Rylie Jackson, Jayce Kemp, Collin Lindley, Dylan Morse, Brice Peters, Janie Stem, Caitlin Sturman, Jacob Sundberg, Jaryn Tanner Grade 10: Jesse Boze, Chris Casares, Kaytlynn Malone, Denali Schultz, Meghan Ussing Grade 11: Dustin Buerkel, Lana Chesley, Kassidy Day, Aurora Derflinger, Joanne Glaves, Irelynn Hesse, Bailey Jones, Tristin Kruse, Austin Laber, Emma Landeis, Sage Link, Hannah Mayo, Shelby Rae, Coltin Yancey. Grade 12: Abby Cook, Emma Everett, Michelle Hall, Amanda Hudson, Jessica Lester, Kierstyn Mathews, Christopher Petrovich, Brandon Rice, Mykaela Rybak, Kaitlyn Sipes, Dylan Webb

3.49 - 3.00 GPA: Grade 9: Haley Churchill, Judah Harshman, Riley Kruse, Carlene Marshall, Steven McKendry, Austin Schrader, Dylan Stockdale, Taeryn Thomas. Grade 10: Gerardo Delgado, David Burow, Lillian Denison, Stephanie Dolan, Shayla Hardcastle, Sage Hill, Hallie Landess, Kasey Lingle, Jennaka Papp, Luis Rodriguez, Mikaela Russell, Rachel Shassetz, Haylee Vroman. Grade 11: Mathew Davis, Austin Dobbs, James Gallagher, Sabrina Garman, Charles Hansen, Serene Hobbs, Brookylnn Kean, Robert Kirsch, Ciarra Mahan, William Mahan, Brennan Mitzel, Kyndra Quiner, Hayley Ramsell, Heather Tolliver, Taylor Wilson. Grade 12: Dakota Bittick, Christopher Cook, Chadley Harley, Demri Healy, Breanna Lahndt, Taylor Macrae, Kristen May, Cajewl Musgrave, Victoria Oberts, Joann Padgett, Meghan Powers, Aubrina Rodriguez, Bakkar Silves, Bradyn Tanner, Sydney Zoubek

Soldotna Middle School

Cody Quelland was chosen as the November 8th Grade Chamber Student of the Month. He will be honored at the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Tuesday. Congratulations Cody.

Monday — Site Council Meeting @ 4 p.m. – Soldotna Middle School Library

Wednesday – 7th and 8th grade Spartan Student Council members will meet during lunch. Topics include team building and long range planning. Pizza will be provided. Please contact Mrs. Pothast with any questions.

Wednesday – early release for students. Students at Soldotna Middle School will end the school day at 12:45 p.m. Bus schedules will be adjusted to accommodate this time change.

Basketball Schedule this week:

Tuesday – Soldotna Maroon vs. Soldotna White at Soldotna – 3 p.m.

Friday – Soldotna White vs. Homer at Soldotna – 3 p.m.

Soldotna High School

Higher Expectations Greater Success Parent Guide (Alaska Standards for English Language Arts and Mathematics) is now available at the front office. Alaska’s standards in English and math set high expectations for students from kindergarten to grade 12. Students who meet these goals will be ready for success after high school-whether it is in the military, on the job, or in a union apprenticeship, technical school, or college. Your schools will decide how to meet the standards through a local curriculum and teaching methods that respect your community’s cultures.

Soldotna High School is pleased to announce its participation in the statewide College Application Week, Nov. 18 through 22. The goal of College Application Week is to build excitement around the college application process and provide a forum for all Alaskan seniors to complete and file college applications. While the main focus of the event is on helping all seniors apply to college or other post-secondary programs, Soldotna High School will be offering college-focused activities to include freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. To prepare for this week, seniors are encouraged to research their college and program options and to consider characteristics such as location, size, available majors, cost of attendance, available financial aid, and admission requirements when making their decisions. Seniors should also prepare a personal statement and collect documents such as transcripts, SAT/ACT test scores, and letters of recommendation from teachers and community members. For more information, please contact Emily Cotton, Soldotna High School’s College and Career Guide, at

Soldotna High School is collecting gently used formal dresses, shoes, and accessories for 2014 Cinderella’s Closet. This is a program which helps all area high school ladies with prom attire for free. Please email for more info. All donations can be dropped off to the front office 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Soldotna Elementary

Another early release day will be Wednesday. Students will be dismissed at 1:55, and bus schedules will be adjusted by 90 minutes. No afternoon classes for Mrs. Cannava’s preschoolers.

Our Christmas concert is coming to town on Dec. 10th for grades first through third. Please meet us for a festive night in the gym at 6 p.m.

Retro Day at Soldotna Elementary is Dec. 13th. Please dress in your favorite 50’s, 60’s, or ‘70’s attire. Still hanging on to those old bellbottoms? Well, then, Dec. 13th is the time to pull them out and dress up.

Gymnastic Extravaganza is Nov. 25, 4 p.m. in the gym. Please come and see our gymnasts perform routines they’ve been working on all month. The public is certainly welcome.

No school on Nov. 28 and 29, that is Thursday and Friday. Enjoy your Thanksgiving break!

Interested in our PTA activities? Keep track by going to The next meeting will be today in the library. Please come and join us. Winter is long in Alaska, and we need to be meeting new people and enjoying new activities. What’s better than helping our students and staff and making new friends?

The Site Council meeting will be Dec. 3, 3:45 p.m. in the conference room. Please come. All are welcome.

Mrs. Buben’s third and fourth grade class has hung a huge star in the hallway outside their classroom to honor our Veterans. All student and staff may add names of Veterans and/or any active military personnel to the star. We have these selfless soldiers to thank for the freedoms we enjoy. Our heartfelt thanks to all of you!

We are losing several of our quick-grab volunteer/visitor badges. If you accidently took one home, please remember to return it to the school as soon as possible.

Thanks to Mrs. Teri Diamond, our Principal, for reading stories to our classrooms last week. The kids thoroughly enjoyed the stories, and the cow costume was a big hit.

Tustumena Elementary

There are so many things going on here at Tustumena that it is hard to keep track of them all. One of the best things that happened lately was the School Carnival. Our PTO asked me to extend a hardy “Thank you!” to all of the volunteers that helped with setup, tear down, and running of the carnival. We had a record number of volunteers and that translated into a record clean up time, and a record amount of fun. They also want to again thank all of the donors to the raffle portion of the carnival. All told, we made $4400 that will go right back to supporting your kids. I would like to thank the PTO for the immense amount of work and hours they put into the carnival. Huge Thank you! To our Kasilof Eagles and our PTO for hosting the Trunk or Treat.

Send in cash raffle tickets please. We have over 20 students/families that still have Cash Raffle tickets out. Please send all tickets sold or unsold and the cash back to school tomorrow.

We held our second Early Release/Collaboration Day. During this time the principal worked with our teaching staff to solidify the science standards we must teach and how we must teach them. Our school is the only school in the district that is working on Science exclusively during the early release time. This is not to say we are not working on all of the other curricular areas, but we are really drilling in on how to best teach the field of Science. Part of the task before teachers is to make Science engaging. To that end, part of our time was spent demonstrating how to teach the Scientific Method through a demonstration of separating oxygen off of hydrogen peroxide. This may sound boring, but now visualize that we used chicken livers to do it.

Tuesday - PTO Meeting, 4 p.m.

Wednesday - Early Release, 2:10pm

Friday - Bingo for Turkeys

Nov. 25 Site Council, 4pm

Nov. 28/29 Thanksgiving Break

Wings Christian Academy

Cleanest Office awards for UUL: Joanna Grant LLC: Valerie Cazares

Students were able to be involved in world wide missions with the annual Immanuel Baptist Church missions conference, missionaries from Germany, Papua New Guinea, and Mexico City, Mexico were present.

Thanksgiving Holiday’s, Nov. 28 and 29.

Dec. 10 Wings Christmas Program, students are preparing for program.


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