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..lit SCHOOL and S-PORTS Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Norwalk Warriors Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News NORWALK MIDDLE SCHOOL HONOR ROLL The 3.5-3.999 Grades 6 and 7 Honor Roll was sub- mitted in error for a previ- ous edition. The following students earned that rec- ognition. 6th Grade 3.5-3.999 Lillian Arvidson, Vic- toria Austin, John Bellizzi, Claire Bennett, Elizabeth Benson, Riley Borst, Chris- topher Bowles, Brady Brandsfield, Leanna Broc- kett, Russell Burgett, Ella Cort, Kason Crall, Brynn Cunningham, Broderic Decker, Rhett Dempsey, Kaylee Edwards, Jacob Endres, Brandon Fick, Isiah Funk, Lauren Gavin, Jake Gude'nkauf, Gabi Hager, Jonah Hildebrandt, Tyler Hirl, Mamie Hoefler, Cole Hopkins, Juliana Huegerich, Alexis Hut- chins, Spencer Hut- chinson, Andrew Jensen, Amber Johnson, Douglas Jones, Reid Kallenbach, Matthew Kames, Ryan Kennedy, Garret Klyn, Noah Krichau, Anna Laire, Dylan Lane, Elizabeth Livingston, Noah Lof- fredo, Margaret Luzier, Mya McAlpin, Makayla McDonald, Kyle McGuire, Camille Miller, Liah M0eller, Emma Myers, Trevor Neil, Tristan Noguerra, Kalei Owens, Jack Palen, Hunter Pappan, Jessica Phipps, Desiree Priebe, Anthony Rand, Sydney Richeson, Kailey Riddle, Gabriella Ridgeway, Tanner Rieke.- berg, Hannah Robertson, Cole Schumacher, Connor Scott, Jordan Scott, Caleb Seymour, Jayme Sileo, Janzen Simpson, Olivia Steenhoek, Alyssa Step- hens, Shelbi Stogdill, Miranda Sullivan, Abigail Swisher, Hayley Sylvester, Rachel Taylor, Cindi Thronson, Mark Tollefson, Ryan Vandehaar, sa: mantha Walker, Orin Wa- ters, Tyler Whitehead. 7th Grade 3.5-3.999 Brandi Amantea, Isaac Anderson, Sophie Banegas, Riley Becker, Alexis Beer- mann, Christian Belden, Anthony Bellizzi, Emily Bergan, Kassidy Berkenpas, Kennedy Berkenpas, Han- nah Broadbent, Bryce Bul- lock, Duncan Burnett, Emmerson Burson, Emalyn Castaneda, Emily Clark, Jake Cook, Kiley Fee, Campbell Ferden, Matthew Fraser, Paul Frederick, Rachel Frescoln, Michael Geistler, Mattie George, Brooke Heldt, Bailey Hoch, Zachary Kreider, Emma Mc- Donald, Katie Meinecke, Cassidy Moore, Jordan Nelson, Sonny Onken, Jo- seph Oswald, Kade Palmer, Jake Paulsen, Noah Peters, Anastasia Petersen, Jacob Potratz, Elijah Richardson, Elizabeth Roush, Mikayla Schmidt, Brianna Springer, Samantha Urlis, Will VanderHolt, Tori Van- Velzen, Joseph Vivone, LaCinda Wetzel, Meghan Zug. OVIATT ELEMENTARY By Dr. Laura Sivadge Preschool-K Principal and Rodney Martinez lst-2nd Principal Reading Reading is the fundamental skill for all learning and elementary school is where children jump on the read- ing superhighway. In just a few short years, most chil- dren go from singing the ABC song to mastering books. To help your children become skilled readers, try. these suggestions: Read to them. Reading to your children is the single most impor- tant thing you can do to help children develop a love of books and reading. While bedtime is traditionally story time, do not limit yourself. Keep books in your car, in your bag, by the sofa, and even by the bathtub. That wa) reading can easily be made part of the day. Also, keep books on low shelves, on the floor, in toy chests, or anywhere else your children can reach them. Have plenty of material. Books are not the only thing children can read. Post- ers, maps, magazines, recipes and newspapers are great reading material.Computer games that emphasize read- ing skills may also be useful for your school-age chil- dren. Listen to them read. From the day your child begins sounding out letters, concentrate on how they are doing. Try to include some "read aloud" time-where they are reading to you-in your everyday routine. You can offer them praise and catch any early problems before they have time to become habits. Model good reading habits and limit TV. Your children need to see that reading is a lifelong skill and a form of entertainment. When you take them to the library to choose books, choose some for your- sell too. If you can, subscribe to the daily newspaper or to magazines and discuss articles you read with your children. This shows children that reading is not only schoolwork-it is something that's an integral part of everyone's life. Also, limit the amount of time you spend watching television. Let them choose. Within reason, allow your children to choose their ownreading material. If they choose what to read, they will be more likely to actually spend time reading. Get your children their own library cards andrentrust them with keeping their books in good shape and returning them on time. Ask the teacher. Ask your child's teacher if your child has areas in which he o r she may need extra help. Also, make sure to let the teacher know if you have noticed any reading Concluded p.ll Thursday, July 7, 2011 NorwalkSwimmers There are 16 Norwalk students who swim on the Lincoln Rails Summer Club Team. They practice foumornings a week and participate in several swim meets during June and July. Front row, left to right: Jacqui McGinnis, Alex McGinnis, Shaun Slycord, Jaxon Morawski, Will Bennett, Noah Krichau, Joplyn Whitehead. Back row: Max Hosier, Hailey Morawski, Alex Bennett, Sara Bennett, Tyler Whitehead, Camille Miller. Not Pictured are Frank Hosier, Betsy Hosier, Abby Henry. Assis- tant Coaches are Norwalk Alumni Brooke Gillen and Nicole Wright. For more information about Lincoln Club Swimming, view our website www.rail swimming,com. Photo submitted. SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES 1 P 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 CL.UB 981-0432 *OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES 981-0224 *SCOTT'S FOODS 981-0606 *NEWTON STANDRIDGE STANDRIDGE GROUP 229-5310 *N/WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS 981-0406 i }