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(continued from report the . Bellingham School Report Student performance goals for meeting graduation Standards results of board assessment dates district improvement plans Progress on Previous improvement plans AOM matching fUnds program Information Periodic reports of constituent and/or student SUrveys biennial evaluation of the district testing program and AOM. shall the report in a by mail and be sent to by 15th. shall district and Report and Performance". mu st of advisory and the and by the board to lPlication date. 1, 2002, carry of the "PER" With a .2003 date were placed on the previous page) Systems Accountability Advisory Committee. Other members of the new committee were selected to include teachers, parents, support staff, pupils and community as required. The Advisory Committee members were selected on a cross sectional basis as to status. All Advisory Committee member terms will not expire until October 1, 2003, with the exception of the student members. Student members are sixth graders and will move on to other secondary schools each year. By October 1st, 2003, the Bellingham Board of Education will make it known to the public the terms that will expire. All interested candidates should then notify the school's officials of their interest to serve on the Advisory Committee. Selected members of the Advisory Committee will serve for a three-year period of time and may be selected as a first time member or as a continuing member. THANKS TO SYSTEMS ACCOUNTABILITY COMMITrEE MEMBERS: Thanks is extended to all the members of the P.E.R. committee for the time spent on activities to fulfill the requirements of the legislation. Your involvement is greatly appreciated. NOTE: This Is the full report with additional details and is avdJable in the maln office for anyone who requests the ..... information. ......... SYSTEMS ....... ACCOUNTABILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE 1999-2003 MEMBERSHIP TERM 1999-2003 CATEGORY Elementary 1999-2003 Contracted Curriculum Coordinator 1999-2003 Community 1999-2003 Community 1999-2003 Teacher/Aide 1999-2003 Parent 1999-2003 Parent 1999-2003 Paraprofessional/Parent 2002-2003 Student 2002-203 Student OF STORAGE AREAS: 10'x10' 10'x20' * 10'x30' at a fraction of the cost of larger communities! 75 NORTH ORTONVILLE, MN 56278 (320) 305-0201 23, 2003 BIG STONE CITY POST #229 have performed at military funerals since 1919, when the American Leion was founded. The Post provides a fir- ing squad and a color guard, led by a Sergeant-at-Arms. The local Post has 250 members and also prowdes milita services for area Legions that do not have color guards and firing squads. In the above photo, Legionnaires are in position at the recent funeral of Lee Schroeder. Pictured (I- r): Erv Herrmann, Rog Barnhardt, John Van Hout, Aaron Smith, Woody Sellin, Dale Lantis, Dan Durbin, Jerry Cloos and Larry Roggenbuck. The Sergeant-at-Arms is Norb Berndt, positioned to the right of the photo Also not pictured is Commander Dan Scoblic and Buglers Peter Rausch and Nick Stotesbery. Ortonville news Gail Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Richard Schluter of Bloomington visited with his mother Phyllis Thursday, Sept. l lth through Sunday, Sept. 14th. They went to the museum and the flea market at the museum. They also went to the church dinner in Graceville. The Big Stone chorus sang at St. Bernard's nursing home and at Beverly Care in Milbank an Friday, Sept. 12th. They enjoyed a snack at St. Bernard's. Jerry and Alma Jorgenson, Harvey and Virginia Wildung, Curtis and Mary Wildung, Vernon and Bert Longhenry, Wayne and Jeanette Heinrich, Eddie and Marilyn Gotsch, and Ardell lesti of Gaithersberg, MD were guests at the Carol and Jane Ashe home,and helped Carol celebrate his 65th birthday. Alma Jorgenson hosted the following ladies Eleanor Bacon of Arizona, Evelyn Zahnow, Clara Lotthammer, and Janice Hinders for a afternoon luncheon at the Hilltop Cafe on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 9th. They had a great time visiting with Alma's sister as their guest. Jeanne Berg attended the Ortonville Christian Women's Club held at New Life Community Baptist Church on Tuesday, Sept. 16th from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Jan Lindaman of Westbrook was the inspirational speaker. Vocal music was provided by Margo Roth of Ortonville. The special feature was a silent auction. The items were provided by some of the ladies who participate in Christian Women's Club. The funds from the silent auction are given to Stonecroft Ministries. Some of the items at the silent auction were garden produce, crafts, baked goods, and white elephants. Sunday, Sept. 14th Dean and Beverly Hanson and their grandchildren visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Kennith and Dorothy Hunter also visited on Sunday. Monday evening, Sept. 15th Wanda Koepke and Marlys Radermacher visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Carlene Wittnebel visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Tuesday, Sept. 16th. Donna and Lou Coubal from Montevideo visited Joe and Dorothy Coubal on Monday, Sept. 15th. Jim and Iona Monson from Madison visited Joe and Dorothy Coubal on Tuesday, Sept. 16th. Oscar and Jane Streed spent the week-end of Sept. 12th visiting the Kurt Streed family in Lake City. They attended Spencers football game, went to garage sales, attended a book signing at the Anderson Center, played golf, and attended the Thielman Catholic Church 100th anniversary celebration. They topped off the week-end by hearing the Vikings beat the Packers. Mary Kurtz from Fargo and Kathy Karels from Ortonville visited Alnora Rawleigh. Paula and Kay Novak and the Johnsons from St. Cloud visited Alnora Rawleigh on Saturday, Sept. 13th. Dan and Sue Ninneman from Ohio visited his mother Lillian Ninneman. Ronnie Pinkert visited his mother Syl Pinkert. He stopped in after he worked at the cheese factory which was about 4:00, Betty and Bob Phillipps of Vernon, CT and Roger and Ann Lund of Woodbury visited Orlend and Irene Mathison on Thursday, Sept. 11 th. Orlend and Irene Mathison helped celebrate her sister Sylvia Croatts' birthday at the nursing home in Appleton on Friday, Sept. 12th. Jan Nordick went to the funeral of a friend Clem Regneir in Canby. He was a long-time auctioneer and farmer in Canby where Jan used to live. Jan spent several days in Canby visiting the family. Sandra and Bud Knippen and Isabel Tobin visited at Faribault Friday, Sept. 12th and Saturday, Sept. Defensive driving class offered Senior Center The Ortonville Senior Center will host the AARP 55-Alive 4-Hour Defensive Driving Class on Monday, Sept. 29, 2003 from 6-10 pm. This is the refresher class for those who have taken the 8-hour Defensive Driving course and need to renew their certificate. If you wish to attend this class, please call Paula at 839-3555 to be signed up for it. If you believe you are already signed up, you might wish to call and verify, or to have your name removed from the class list if you are unable to attend. 13th at the John Tobin's home. Jim and Lany McKinney went to Grand Rapids for a McKinney family reunion on Sunday, Sept. 14th. High bridge players at the Ortonville Senior Center Friday afternoon, Sept. 19th were Frank Moberg and Pearl Pederson. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. Sunday visitors at the Dennis O'Neill home in Graceville were: Sara O'Neill and son Darius from Willmar, Pat O'Neill from Ortonville. They treated all with the turkey dinner at the old School. A time of visiting completed the day. Visitors at the Peg Agar home in Browns Valley were her two sons, Dennis of Minnetonka, Richard of Minneapolis and Pat O'Neill of Ortonville. They all enjoyed St. Anthony's Church Fall dinner. Later they watched the Twins win as well and the football team win. Steve Schuelke benefit dinner A benefit dinner to help defray medical expenses will be held for Steve Schuelke of Big Stone City on Tuesday evening, Oct. 7, 2003 from 5 to 7 p.m. at First English Lutheran Church, 9 Northwest Third Street, Ortonville. The menu will consistof hot pork sandwiches, salad bar, desserts, and beverages. Funds will be supplemented from Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, Swift Big Stone Chapter 31319. Everyone is invited. Donations may also be mailed to the church. Checks should be made out to Thrivent. Find a honey of a deal in the Iuuuuuiuuu WATER ,rn,t, Fasupper .Or, nk, ngWaterS,stems ILlt at Clinton Wed. IIII ,Iron Remova! Systems i The annual Fall Turkey Supper and CountryStoreatTrinityLutheran III1 : __.s.. Church in Clinton will be held , Wednesday, Sept. 24 at the FellowshipHa,l. ', UI[ 5 Y'E, -R-TY Serving will be from 5-7:30 p.m. ......................................... The event is co-hosted with i supplemental fundsfrom Thrivent illl If!l! n all pa, ice of unit Financial for Lutherans Branch #31319. 1ppleton, MN Phone 281999 CLASSIFIED ADS BRING qll]l YEAR WARRANTY on all parts and service of units we sell! QUICK RESULTS Ill!lllllllllllll!llll!llll!!llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Full Service Car Care Center :i:i: i: Offering minor to major mechanical work, oil changes as well as transmission repair and maintenance. PICK UP AND DELIVERY FREE ESTIMATES MECHANICS Dave Yusten, at left, and Roger Yordy are ready to service your vehicle (320) 839-2911 or 839- 7197 DLR #25623 i 547 U.S. Hwy. 12 * Ortonville, MN 56278 i i i i i iiii i INDEPENDENT Page 5b (continued from report the . Bellingham School Report Student performance goals for meeting graduation Standards results of board assessment dates district improvement plans Progress on Previous improvement plans AOM matching fUnds program Information Periodic reports of constituent and/or student SUrveys biennial evaluation of the district testing program and AOM. shall the report in a by mail and be sent to by 15th. shall district and Report and Performance". mu st of advisory and the and by the board to lPlication date. 1, 2002, carry of the "PER" With a .2003 date were placed on the previous page) Systems Accountability Advisory Committee. Other members of the new committee were selected to include teachers, parents, support staff, pupils and community as required. The Advisory Committee members were selected on a cross sectional basis as to status. All Advisory Committee member terms will not expire until October 1, 2003, with the exception of the student members. Student members are sixth graders and will move on to other secondary schools each year. By October 1st, 2003, the Bellingham Board of Education will make it known to the public the terms that will expire. All interested candidates should then notify the school's officials of their interest to serve on the Advisory Committee. Selected members of the Advisory Committee will serve for a three-year period of time and may be selected as a first time member or as a continuing member. THANKS TO SYSTEMS ACCOUNTABILITY COMMITrEE MEMBERS: Thanks is extended to all the members of the P.E.R. committee for the time spent on activities to fulfill the requirements of the legislation. Your involvement is greatly appreciated. NOTE: This Is the full report with additional details and is avdJable in the maln office for anyone who requests the ..... information. ......... SYSTEMS ....... ACCOUNTABILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE 1999-2003 MEMBERSHIP TERM 1999-2003 CATEGORY Elementary 1999-2003 Contracted Curriculum Coordinator 1999-2003 Community 1999-2003 Community 1999-2003 Teacher/Aide 1999-2003 Parent 1999-2003 Parent 1999-2003 Paraprofessional/Parent 2002-2003 Student 2002-203 Student OF STORAGE AREAS: 10'x10' 10'x20' * 10'x30' at a fraction of the cost of larger communities! 75 NORTH ORTONVILLE, MN 56278 (320) 305-0201 23, 2003 BIG STONE CITY POST #229 have performed at military funerals since 1919, when the American Leion was founded. The Post provides a fir- ing squad and a color guard, led by a Sergeant-at-Arms. The local Post has 250 members and also prowdes milita services for area Legions that do not have color guards and firing squads. In the above photo, Legionnaires are in position at the recent funeral of Lee Schroeder. Pictured (I- r): Erv Herrmann, Rog Barnhardt, John Van Hout, Aaron Smith, Woody Sellin, Dale Lantis, Dan Durbin, Jerry Cloos and Larry Roggenbuck. The Sergeant-at-Arms is Norb Berndt, positioned to the right of the photo Also not pictured is Commander Dan Scoblic and Buglers Peter Rausch and Nick Stotesbery. Ortonville news Gail Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Richard Schluter of Bloomington visited with his mother Phyllis Thursday, Sept. l lth through Sunday, Sept. 14th. They went to the museum and the flea market at the museum. They also went to the church dinner in Graceville. The Big Stone chorus sang at St. Bernard's nursing home and at Beverly Care in Milbank an Friday, Sept. 12th. They enjoyed a snack at St. Bernard's. Jerry and Alma Jorgenson, Harvey and Virginia Wildung, Curtis and Mary Wildung, Vernon and Bert Longhenry, Wayne and Jeanette Heinrich, Eddie and Marilyn Gotsch, and Ardell lesti of Gaithersberg, MD were guests at the Carol and Jane Ashe home,and helped Carol celebrate his 65th birthday. Alma Jorgenson hosted the following ladies Eleanor Bacon of Arizona, Evelyn Zahnow, Clara Lotthammer, and Janice Hinders for a afternoon luncheon at the Hilltop Cafe on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 9th. They had a great time visiting with Alma's sister as their guest. Jeanne Berg attended the Ortonville Christian Women's Club held at New Life Community Baptist Church on Tuesday, Sept. 16th from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Jan Lindaman of Westbrook was the inspirational speaker. Vocal music was provided by Margo Roth of Ortonville. The special feature was a silent auction. The items were provided by some of the ladies who participate in Christian Women's Club. The funds from the silent auction are given to Stonecroft Ministries. Some of the items at the silent auction were garden produce, crafts, baked goods, and white elephants. Sunday, Sept. 14th Dean and Beverly Hanson and their grandchildren visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Kennith and Dorothy Hunter also visited on Sunday. Monday evening, Sept. 15th Wanda Koepke and Marlys Radermacher visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Carlene Wittnebel visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Tuesday, Sept. 16th. Donna and Lou Coubal from Montevideo visited Joe and Dorothy Coubal on Monday, Sept. 15th. Jim and Iona Monson from Madison visited Joe and Dorothy Coubal on Tuesday, Sept. 16th. Oscar and Jane Streed spent the week-end of Sept. 12th visiting the Kurt Streed family in Lake City. They attended Spencers football game, went to garage sales, attended a book signing at the Anderson Center, played golf, and attended the Thielman Catholic Church 100th anniversary celebration. They topped off the week-end by hearing the Vikings beat the Packers. Mary Kurtz from Fargo and Kathy Karels from Ortonville visited Alnora Rawleigh. Paula and Kay Novak and the Johnsons from St. Cloud visited Alnora Rawleigh on Saturday, Sept. 13th. Dan and Sue Ninneman from Ohio visited his mother Lillian Ninneman. Ronnie Pinkert visited his mother Syl Pinkert. He stopped in after he worked at the cheese factory which was about 4:00, Betty and Bob Phillipps of Vernon, CT and Roger and Ann Lund of Woodbury visited Orlend and Irene Mathison on Thursday, Sept. 11 th. Orlend and Irene Mathison helped celebrate her sister Sylvia Croatts' birthday at the nursing home in Appleton on Friday, Sept. 12th. Jan Nordick went to the funeral of a friend Clem Regneir in Canby. He was a long-time auctioneer and farmer in Canby where Jan used to live. Jan spent several days in Canby visiting the family. Sandra and Bud Knippen and Isabel Tobin visited at Faribault Friday, Sept. 12th and Saturday, Sept. Defensive driving class offered Senior Center The Ortonville Senior Center will host the AARP 55-Alive 4-Hour Defensive Driving Class on Monday, Sept. 29, 2003 from 6-10 pm. This is the refresher class for those who have taken the 8-hour Defensive Driving course and need to renew their certificate. If you wish to attend this class, please call Paula at 839-3555 to be signed up for it. If you believe you are already signed up, you might wish to call and verify, or to have your name removed from the class list if you are unable to attend. 13th at the John Tobin's home. Jim and Lany McKinney went to Grand Rapids for a McKinney family reunion on Sunday, Sept. 14th. High bridge players at the Ortonville Senior Center Friday afternoon, Sept. 19th were Frank Moberg and Pearl Pederson. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. Sunday visitors at the Dennis O'Neill home in Graceville were: Sara O'Neill and son Darius from Willmar, Pat O'Neill from Ortonville. They treated all with the turkey dinner at the old School. A time of visiting completed the day. Visitors at the Peg Agar home in Browns Valley were her two sons, Dennis of Minnetonka, Richard of Minneapolis and Pat O'Neill of Ortonville. They all enjoyed St. Anthony's Church Fall dinner. Later they watched the Twins win as well and the football team win. Steve Schuelke benefit dinner A benefit dinner to help defray medical expenses will be held for Steve Schuelke of Big Stone City on Tuesday evening, Oct. 7, 2003 from 5 to 7 p.m. at First English Lutheran Church, 9 Northwest Third Street, Ortonville. The menu will consistof hot pork sandwiches, salad bar, desserts, and beverages. Funds will be supplemented from Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, Swift Big Stone Chapter 31319. Everyone is invited. Donations may also be mailed to the church. Checks should be made out to Thrivent. Find a honey of a deal in the Iuuuuuiuuu WATER ,rn,t, Fasupper .Or, nk, ngWaterS,stems ILlt at Clinton Wed. IIII ,Iron Remova! Systems i The annual Fall Turkey Supper and CountryStoreatTrinityLutheran III1 : __.s.. Church in Clinton will be held , Wednesday, Sept. 24 at the FellowshipHa,l. ', UI[ 5 Y'E, -R-TY Serving will be from 5-7:30 p.m. ......................................... The event is co-hosted with i supplemental fundsfrom Thrivent illl If!l! n all pa, ice of unit Financial for Lutherans Branch #31319. 1ppleton, MN Phone 281999 CLASSIFIED ADS BRING qll]l YEAR WARRANTY on all parts and service of units we sell! QUICK RESULTS Ill!lllllllllllll!llll!llll!!llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Full Service Car Care Center :i:i: i: Offering minor to major mechanical work, oil changes as well as transmission repair and maintenance. PICK UP AND DELIVERY FREE ESTIMATES MECHANICS Dave Yusten, at left, and Roger Yordy are ready to service your vehicle (320) 839-2911 or 839- 7197 DLR #25623 i 547 U.S. Hwy. 12 * Ortonville, MN 56278 i i i i i iiii i INDEPENDENT Page 5b