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Page Ten N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, May 9, 2013 NMS Choir To Perform Musical Norwalk Middle School 7th and 8th grade choirs present, "Disney's High School Musical Jr." Friday, May 10, at the Norwalk Performing Arts Center at 7 pan. Admis- sion is $3 for adults and $2 for students. The cast'is as follows: Troy-Reid Kallenbach; Gabriella-Ryley Harris; Ryan-Dakota . Bright; Sharpay-Jocelyn Perry; Jack Scott-Christian Thomsen; Zeke Baylor- Ethan Saltz; Ripper-Brett Chapman; Mongo-Aaron Cosper; Coach Bolton-Seth Fox; Kelsi Nielsen-Maggie LuzIer; Ms. Darbus- Makayla McDonald; James-Braden Daniels; Su- san-Cindy Thronson; Cathy-Liah Moeller; Cyndra-Kara Borrman; Ms. Tenny-Jul Huegerich; Taylor-Kalei Oi, vens; Sci- ence Decathlon Modera- tor-Tori Austin; Martha- Kaylee Edwards; Chad- Conlin Lingwall; Jamie- Abby Swisher; Kratnoff p. 90-Mamie Hoefler. Wildcat Mascot-Megan Schultz, Backstage crew- Mariah Cook, Jennie Kern, Nick Greenwood; Drama Directors-Rachel Taylor, Mackenzie Duffy, Jordan Hanson; Cheerleaders- Torie LeQuatte, Hayley Quick, Maci Huston, Peyton McMillin; Basket- ball Team-Rachel Elliott, Monday, April 29, the Norwalk Middle School Boys Track team traveled to Dallas Center-Grimes to compete in an invitational meet. Norwalk finished 4th in the 7th grade divi- sion and the 8th grade fin- ished 4th. Team scores in the 7th grade division were: Ur- bandale 114, Indianola 100, DCG 92, Norwalk 75, Fort Dodge 73, Johnston 73 and Marshalltown 23. Team scores in the 8th grade division were: Still- well 165, Ankeny 104, In- dianola 93, Norwalk 82, DCG 62, Urbandale 50, Johnston 3. Top Finishes for Norwalk 7th Grade: 1st Place 200 Meter Dash-Grant Garner 26.05; 400 Meter Dash-Garner 56.51 * New 7th grade record; Shot Put-Max Hosier 32' 11"; 4 X 400 Relay-Blake Johnson, Chris Bowles, Drew Rosonke, Luke Vaske 4:28.2 2nd Place 100 Meter Dash-Garner 12.77 3rd Place Long Jump-Garner - 16'4"; 4 X 200 Relay-Kasey Leaper, Johnson, Vaske, Hosier 1:54.32; 4 X 100 Re- Middle School Boys Track News lay-Carson Sup, Sam Houk, Allan Mooer, Ho- sier 55.41; 800 Medley Re- lay-Sup, Vaske, Hosier, Rosonke 2:01.23 Top Finishes for Norwalk 8th Grade: 1st PlaCe 100 meter Dash-Justin South 12.57; 200 meter Dash-South 26.41; 400 meter Dash-Jacob Connel- ly 56.66; 1600 meter Med- ley Relay-Dalton Harger, Coby Klocko, Ben Arm- strong, Sonny Onken 4:14.12 2nd Place 1600 meter Run-Kason Crall 5:17; 4 X 400 Relay- Crall, Andrew Mellen- camp, Connelly, South 4:02.12 3rd Place Shot Put-Ryan Ken- nedy 41'11"; 800 meter Medley Relay-Orin Wa- ters, Andrew Jensen, Brady Brandsfield, Con- nelly 1:50.21 Tuesday, April 30, the Norwalk Middle School Boys Track team traveled to Bondurant to compete in an invitational meet. .The runners performed very well and won their second meet of the season with a team score of 190 points. Top Finishes for Norwalk 1st Place Shot Put-Kennedy 43'11"; Discus-Kennedy 111'; High Jump-Connel- ly 5'0"; 4 X 800 Relay-Mel- lencamp, Hunter Pappan, Jack Livingston, Dylan Lane 9:43.93 *New Team Record; Shuttle Hurdle Relay-Kasey Leaper, Keagan Leaper, Sam Campbell, Caleb Rees 1:10.3; 1600 Medley Relay- Hosier, Jensen, Isiah Funk, Crall 4:24.27; 400 Meter Dash-Connelly 57.35; 4 X 200 Relay-Garner, Jensen, Hosier, Brandsfield 1:46.85; 1600 Meter Run- Crall 5:11.39; 10 Flight Hurdles-Rees 16.52; 800 Medley Relay-Funk, Wa- ters, Brandsfield, Connel- ly 1:51.56; 200 Meter Hur- dles-Rees 29.02; 800 Meter Run-Mellencamp 2:18.59; 4 X 400 Relay-Garner, Crall, Connelly, South 3:53.32 *New Team Record 2nd Place 200 Meter Dash-South 25.01; 100 Meter Dash- South 12.15; 800 Meter Run-Lane 2:22.04 3rd Place 1600 Meter Run-Liv- ingston 5:33; 200 Meter Dash-Garner 25.39; 4 X 100 Relay-Funk, Waters, Jensen, Brandsfield 51..89 Photos submitted. 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OVIATT ELEMENTARY By Dr. Laura Sivadge, Principal and Rodney Martinez, Dean of Students Practicing Good Study Habits Although your children spend hours in school every week, the time they spend at home doing school related work is just as important. By helping your children learn and practice good study habits, you will do a lot to help them succeed in school. Have a set time to settle down: By having the same start-time for homework every day, you avoid having daily battles about when it is time to hit the books. Many families have their kids start their studies as soon as they get home from school. Others wait until after dinnertime. The key is to have a routine and to stick to it. Take a breather: Just like schools have recess, chil- dren need to have mini-breaks when they are working hard to complete homework or projects, or studying for tests. Come up with some five-minute break ideas that will appeal to your child--doing some stretches, play- ing with a pet, grabbing a glass of juice, etc. Every hour or half-hour (depending on your child's age and atten- tion span), set a timer for five minutes and take a break. If it has been a particularly long study session, make it a 10-minute break. Just make sure, when the timer rings, that it is back to work, no questions asked (or no break " next time!). Create a study space: Every family needs the basic "ingredients" for studying and doing homework: a workspace with good lighting, the tools needed to com- plete the work (e.g., paper, pencils, markers, and ruler),! basic reference materials available either online or in print (dictionary, encyclopedia and atlas) and a library card for special projects. Keeping all the materials in one area makes it faster and easier to get work done. Turn off the distractions: Your child's study area should be distraction-free during study/homework time. That means the TV, music and computer games should be off--or out of view (and earshot). Kids may say they have no trouble studying with the TV or music on, but studies show that they have trouble retaining what they have learned. Teach them responsibility: Children have to abso- lutely know that it is their responsibility to know what work has to be done and when it's due. And, of course, it is their job to make sure they get it done--correctly and on time. Make day-by-day lists: Keep track of what needs to be done by creating a daily check-0ff list and posting it in a prominent place (e.g., on the refrigerator or another public space). Write in things that are due the next day, as well as longer-term work (such as upcoming projects or tests). Make a big deal out of every item crossed off. Get in the "flash card" habit: From the earliest grades on (all the way through college), students can benefit hugely from using homemade flash cards to learn facts, speiling and math. Not only does drilling with the cards help cement the knowledge, but the act of writing down the information on the cards in the first place (writing the answer on one side and the question, problem, or definition on the other) is a great learning tool. Keep a watchful eye: Although you do not need to sit with your children while they do their homework, it helps to be nearby. They see that you're keeping track of whether they're daydreaming or working, they know you will be available if they are stumped and they learn that you care about what they are doing-- that learning is important to you and to them. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! 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