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Julie Tart with her new grandson. SUBMITTED PHOTO
Julie Tart with her new grandson. SUBMITTED PHOTO
Tuesday, January 27, 2015 9:28 AM

Julie Tart was named the Knight in Shining Armor for January by the Kingsland Parent Advisory Group (KPAG).

  • Teacher Julie Tart named  Knight in Shining Armor

    Julie Tart was named the Knight in Shining Armor for January by the Kingsland Parent Advisory Group (KPAG).

     
  • We have been doing a lot of things with technology here at Kingsland. For the students and teachers there are College In Schools (CIS), Project Lead The Way (PLTW) and everyday classroom usage of iPads or netbooks. For administration there are online software applications such as TalentEd for tracking evaluations, TIES for discipline and student achievement and our Blackboard Connect system to send out messages to the public. For parents and the community we have SchoolView to track lunch accounts and grades, social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) to keep people informed of what is going on and the Kingsland web page that has a lot of information on it.  
  • Kingsland’s new drama director  has one-act nearly ready for the stage

    Kingsland’s new drama director, who replaces Tim Chappell, the previous director for the past several years, has been around the stage for much of her life.

     
  • In today’s Kingsland spotlight on education, the subject is related to the restricted revenue that Kingsland receives from either the state or property levies to assist with maintaining the facilities. During the last community meeting there was discussion regarding why the district is not maintaining our facilities. To address this question, below is a break-out of the revenue that Kingsland receives that is restricted to maintenance.

     
  • One-act play explores insanity in 1790s

    Viewers should be prepared to experience “chills” when the one-act play is presented to the public on Sunday, Feb. 1, the weekend after sub-section competition on Saturday, Jan. 24.

     
  • Christine Vreeman named  Knight in Shining Armor

    Christine Vreeman was named the Knight in Shining Armor for December by the Kingsland Parent Advisory Group.

     
  • Kayla Mulhern chosen  Kiwanis Student of Month

    The Spring Valley Kiwanis Club has chosen Kayla Mulhern as its January Kiwanis Academic Student of the Month.  She is the daughter of Tim and Dawn Mulhern of Fountain.

     
  • Soils team advances to state as  FFA teams compete to close out year

    Spring Valley-Wykoff FFA members competed in several events prior to the end of the year with one team advancing to state.

     
  • Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Kingsland families, it’s Mr. Priebe here with some information, a suggestion/request and a personal story.

     
  • Josie Hinze named December  Kiwanis Student of the Month

    The Spring Valley Kiwanis Club has chosen Josie Hinze as its December Kiwanis Student of the Month.  Josie is the daughter of Brian and Jodi Wiemerslage of Wykoff.

     
  • Endowment fund focus of Friends of Forestville meeting

    When Friends of Forestville gathered at the Gateway for their annual Christmas dinner party, they were celebrating more than just another year of successfully supporting Historic Forestville site.  Everyone was interested to see just how the endowment fund was progressing.

     
  • Knight in Shining Armor for November ‘rocks’

    Kingsland junior Hannah Meyer was named the November Knight in Shining Armor by the Kingsland Parent Advisory Group (KPAG).

     
  • FFA soils team going to state as  several teams compete in contests

    Several Spring Valley-Wykoff FFA teams, including the soils team that is advancing to state, competed in regional contests recently.

     
  • Local FFA member goes to Louisville to apply for job

    Hannah Frank received a silver medal in the job interview career development event (CDE) at the national FFA convention in Louisville, Ky., from Oct. 29 to Nov. 1.

     
  • Rachel Harder named  Student of the Month

    Rachel Harder is the Spring Valley Kiwanis Club’s November Kiwanis Student of the Month.  She is the daughter of Steve and Denae Harder of Spring Valley.

     
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