Glenda Anthony (Advisor) and Quentin Griffin (NMFCCLA State Officer) from Elida High School have recently returned from theannualy FCCLA National Leadership Meeting held in Chicago, where they had the opportunity to “eXperience eXtreme Leadership.”
Mrs. Anthony and Quentin had a great time. They saw many new things; buildings taller than six stories high, Navy Pier, the Magnificent Mile on Michigan Avenue, The Blue Man Group, boat tours, and Chicago deep-dish pizza. They are looking forward to going to San Diego, Calif. for the meeting in July 2005.
Next week school will let out early on Tuesday at 1 p.m. for the students. However, all teachers will be attending an in-service training on the new licensure system.
Local fair participants
Elida school will have several students participating in the Roosevelt County Fair. Mr. Savage is busy helping all the students with their ag projects.
Turner wins in Chaves
Congratulations go to Audra Turner, a senior, for winning the Chaves County 4-H Reserve Champion Cross and Reserve Champion Hampshire.
New year begins
School began on August 11th. New students have joined us this year, including nine new elementary students. We are looking forward to a productive school year.
Tiger volleyball is alive and well. Four starters are returning and a crop of eight young ones joins them. The volleyball season starts on Sept. 2 at San Jon. Come and watch us play.
The school is proud to announce that it has two new faculty members — Vigo Torske, a science teacher, and Robert Fraze, a counselor, who will be helpful in providing college and financial aid resources for our graduates.