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Thursday, February 24, 2011 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine HONOR ROLL Concluded from p. 8 GPA 2.6 - 3,5 Lucas Adams, Dom- inick Armagost, Michael Atkinson, Blake Austin, Andrew Bowles, Taylor Bowman, Martin Burk- holder, Abigail Burris, Christopher Christiansen, Isabel Clark, Anthony Cosimo, Ashley Coughen- nower, Kirkland Darling, Emily Delker, Emma Dempsey, Austin Dovel, Cory Farnum, Samantha Fuller, Spencer Gard, Peter George, Brittany Gordon, Benjamin Hallin, Thomas Hendricks, Samuel Hoefler and Edward Holland. Claire Hoyt, Vita Itnitsky, Kaylea Johnson, Sabrina Kennedy, Nath- aniel Kirts, Claire Land- grebe, Cinzi Linford, Jacob McClarnon, Qrisza Pat- erno, Carolyn Pulver, Ceara Rico, Thomas Ritchhart, Casey Rudolf, Mary Sanders, Michael Schultze, Caleb Schu- Crum, Kaleb Dammeier, Paige Dickel, Brandon Downing, Kathryn Elliott, Rachel Fielweber, Brian Forget, Elizabeth Frame, Laura Fraser, Tyler French, Mikaila Frost, Austin Grant, Olivia Groh, Taylor Hayes, Christian Higgins, Salem Hildebrandt and Isabella Hosier. Brady Hotchkiss, Lauren Houk, Michaela Huse, Jamie Johnson, Bethany Jones, Shannon Kalden- berg, Rachel Lundberg, Drew Ltmd-quist, Christine Mallory, Baylie Martin, Lindsay Meade, Nolan Murph) Kelli Newhall, Hi- lary Nguyen, Andrew Noble, Katie Olson, Kyle Patava, Audrey Pritchard, Jared Riter, Thomas ScaUon, Olivia Hoskins, Nicholas Huegerich, Samantha James, Mikayla Jaminet, Rachel Johnson, Nathan Johnston, Zach Johnston, Lena Kitselman, Caleb Klocko, Austin LaVelle, Clarissa Lewis, Jaclyn Lewist0n, Jessica Lowe, Olivia Lucas, Aaron Lundy and Jordyn Marvelli. Nathan McCoy, Katie McKinney, Jesseca Melton, Collin Miller, Allison Moore, Maggie Nielsen, Marisa Onnen, Justin Pappan, Jordan Pattern-son, Brandon Paulsen, Elton Peterson, Hieu Pham, Mitchell Phipps, Abigail Pritchard, Elyse Rice, Miaja Richeson, Nick Rosonke, Dusten Saltz, Collin Schiltz, Melody Stevens, Mika Katlyn Schochenmaier, Stevenson, Zachary Swan- Megan Schuchard, Julia Sheber, Abigale Sievers, Kimberly Suckow, Katelyn Thome, Emily Tunender, Kelsey Warfield, Kyle War- ren, Brooke Westphalen, son, Aaron Tan, Meghan Todey, Logan Torrez, Mitchell Vroegh, Kenedi Walker, Sydney Welch, Syndey Welden, Zachary Wichhart, Jessica Wright Restaurant Has Fundraiser For Lakewood Elementary BangBang Mongolian Grill in West Des Moines has been working with Lakewood School in Norwalk to raise money for the third, fourth and fifth graders. Teachers of each grade have been featured as guest grillers on the Thursdays during February. Families from Norwalk who come out for dinner the nights of February 3, 10 and 17 saved their receipts and turned them into the school. BangBang Mongolian Grill gave 10% back to the perspective grade. Jill Anderson, principal of Lakewood says the money will be put to use towards books, computer programs and playground equipment. BangBang Mongolian Grill is owned and operated by the McFadden family of Norwalk. Their three daughters attend school in Norwalk; Baile) fourth grade, Teagan, first grade and Calleigh, preschool. macher, Brock Schwechel, Morgan Westvold and and Sidney Zepnak. Dylan Sims, Torey Smid, Grant Wright. [ OVIATT ELEMENTARY I Jacob Spain, Baylee Steele, GPA 2.6 - 3.498 Samuel Steenhoek, Der- Kayla Arnold, Nicholas ] By Dr. Laura Sivadge I rick Stewart, Dylan Sweet, Baker, Kambra Becker, Presehool-K Principal Alexander Taylor, Jordan Nicole Bowden, Taylor ] " and Rodney Martinez ] Theis, Paige Tigner andBraman, Allie Calvert, ] lst-2nd Principal Ashley Williams. Nathan Coonrod, Abbey Grade 9 Managing Your Child's Health Issues at School 4.0 Marie Ellis, Austin Fee, Arielle Floyd, Wyatt When your child has a health issue, it is absolutely essential that you and the M aryAbbott, Shaelyn George, N eil Hanson, ~21~s:~s. s choolworktogetherasateam. Here are some of the essel~tials you need to know to Agee, Joel Allison, Sara Madison Harrington, make that work on behalf of your child. Banegas, Alexandra Mallorie Havick, Tasman Develop your own school management plan. Each medical issue carries with it Bennett, Travis Bockholt, its own set of "management" needs. For example, if your child has diabetes, you will Katelyn Campbell~ Rachel Hebenstreit, Si~..ra Heberlee, els are found when the imp- pets are in their "green" need to outline your child's insulin schedule, eating plan, target range and testin8 Julia Hegwood, HannahIilll~, tin laln times, as well as how to recognize and treat blood sugar crises. The same type of Canby, Brock Cazalet, Hendricks, McKenzie less vit,,min than the Jaleel Chandler, Dennis Hixson, Hannah Hoover, milder bell Pepl:~rs. detailed information--what personnel need to look for, what should be done, what SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES SPONSORED BY: *WENDY BORST MASSAGE, LMT 240-1075 *COMMUNITY BANK 285-4900 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 *DR. DONNA GRANT FAMILY DENTISTRY 256-9000 *HASKIN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 981-0556 *JJ DESIGNS CUSTOM embroidery/screen print - 953-6306 *EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS Kevin Pearson - 285-1838 *MAID RITE SANDWICH SHOP 981-1031 *NORWALK INSURANCE SERVICES 981-0434 or 981'4293 *NORWALK LIONS CLUB 981-0432 *OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES 981-0224 foIlow-up is needed--should be completed for every health issue, from epilepsy to asthma. Know whom to tell. Clearly, the school nurse and classroom teacher need to be aware of your child's specific medical needs. Depending on your child s condition. other staff, including cafeteria workers, coaches and playground supervisors, may also need to be kept in the loop so they can properly respond to a situation or help prevent one from occurring. Keep up-to-date. Make sure that the medical information on file at your child's school is up-to-date. Ensure that all medical supplies needed are on-hand, both for routine monitoring (e.g., for diabetes) or emergency care (e.g., inhalers or Epi-pens). In addition, Work with the school nurse to make sure you are kept informed, well in advance, if any supplies need restocking. Create a 504. The same planning used for accommodating children with disabili- ties can be applied to children with medical issues. Work with the school to create a written plan, detailing the school's role in your child's care, noting any special ac- commodations the school may need to make. Get academic support: Make sure that teachers understand that your child may occasionally need to miss class because of his or her condition. Discuss how your child will make up for missed work. How to deal with curious classmates. Children are curious about anything that is out Of the ordinary--and, when your child has a health issue, it is very likely that classmates will sense it. Role-play with your child to help him or her anticipate the types of questions others misht and how l est to answer them. It is not contagious. Once children know that your child didn't "catch" his or her condition, that it's under control, and that there's no way it can be passed on to other children, the topic usually loses its interest, allowing your child to blend back in with dassmates. Turn to the experts. Virtually every childhood condition or disease has an excel- lent advocacy organization, such as the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation or Epilepsy Foundation, which offers educational materials targeted to school-age children. If you feel it would be helpful to provide classmates with additional information, con- tact the organization and request materials to share with the class. Be available. Be sure that the school nurse and teacher have your cell phone, home phone, or other contact information available, as well as the numbers of others who are qualified to act on your behalf in the case of an emergency. Do not panic. It can be difficult to know that your child is in school all day--away from you and others who may monitor his or her condition closely. Understand that many, many children are dealing with the same issues and that learning to deal with their diseases independently (with the oversight of school nurses and others) is im- portant to helping them grow up healthy and strong. 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