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SCHOOL andSPORTS o[ Official Publication for ihe Norwalk Community School District . Page Eight N/Warren Town and.County News I " I NHS SOFrBALL PLAYERS EARN POST-SEASON HONORS Six Lady Warriors softball players were recognized post-season in the Little Hawkeye Conference and two were named to the All-District team for their ef- forts and outstanding season. The Warrior softball team finished the season'with a 20-14 overall record. Coach Andy Pals completed his first year at the helm of the program. Photos submitted. De.Brown~ LHC-1st Team,Utility 3A Central District-1st Team Natalie Meuler LHC-2"d Team-Infielder Calyn Thompson LHC-Honorable Mention-Catcher Abby Hamilton st LHC-1 Team-Outfielder 3A Central District-1~ Team Dani Richardson LHC.2"e Team-Outfielder Sierra Nelson LHC-Honorable Mention-DH Lakew00d Students Participate in Des Moines Arts Festival Pictured, left to fight: Bryce Kohls, Nicole Alexander, Thora Petersen and Jordan Anderson. Photo submitted. By Carolyn Klein Lakewood students participated in the Nurturing a Student's Vision: Celebrating Artists K-12 student art exhibition (NSV) at the Des Moines Arts Festival June 24-26, in downtown Des Moines" Western Gateway Park~ The Festival is Iowa's premier celebration of the arts and attracts more than 200,000 guests annually. NSV is a program that spotlights the creativity of children in kindergarten, thr0ugh 12e" grade attending schools in central Iowa through a special exhibition on-site at Norwalk Warriors Thursday, August 11, 2011 Norwalk High School Activities Office FALL FEST The annual kickoff to the athletic and activity season known as Fall Fest, which was scheduled for Thursda~ August 18, has been cancelled due to the current con- struction timeline of Warrior Stadium. However, on the positive side, the first var- sity home football game scheduled for September 2 is currently still scheduled to be played barring any major barriers with the completion of the stadium. NORWALK BOOSTER APPAREL E-STORE NOW ONLINE! Norwalk fans, there is now a fast and easy way to order Norwalk apparel to show off your support of the Warriors. The Athletic / Activities Office in cooperation with the Norwalk Athletic Booster Club has developed an online store through The Graphic Edge Company to order and purchase Norwalk apparel. The on-line store is now open and orders will be taken up until August 25. All orders will be shipped to the Athletic / Activities Office where orders can be picked up beginning September 15, just in time for homecoming. So if you have been looking for quality apparel to show off your Warrior spirit go to the following web address and check out the eflyer online: http://eflyer.thegraPhicedge.com/NORWALK. A hard copy of the eflyer can also be found o!3 the Activities website in the From the Director link. So show your support of the Warriors and order your apparel today. Also feel free to pass this information along to anyone you know that may be interested in this opportunity. NEW WEB ATHLETIC / ACTIVITIES CALENDAR & SCHEDULES AS WELL AS A NEW FACILITIES CALENDAR LINK. The Athletic / Activities Office has deployed a new web-based athletic and activi- ties scheduling system that will provide a more user friendly web program to view all athletic and activity schedules. The main view will show all athletic schedules 7- 12 and by clicking on the advanced view link all activities scheduled in the Norwalk school faciliheswill De 8vfilflDl. Ju3t t0.0re [hfl[ we HUt yf[ H[ IUfl 2011-12 schedules but hope to have all of this up to date before the beginning of the school year on August 24. The following web address is the link to view the new scheduling calendar: www.littlehawkeyeconference.com. We have also deployed ~a new facilities calendar that once again is a very user friendly program that will allow you to view all activities that have been scheduled in each building and the specific facility in each Of the buildings district-wide. This will be a very important link for any groups who.will want to reserve any school facility to use this calendar to deter- mine if the facility is available. The Athletic / Activities Office will direct those who have.not yet looked at the facilities calendar to do so before submitting requests. The facilities calendar can be found at the following link: http://fs-norwalk.rschool today.com/caleridadindex/index/viewtype/6. Both the Activity and Fadlitylinks can also be found o~ the Activities page of the school website. As many of you probably already know there has been a heightened awareness of concussions in athletic competition. A year ago the IHSAA and the IGHSAU directed sch001~ tO foll0w~ a protocol in resards to athletes who may have suffered or showed signs of suffering a concussion during competition. The protocol forbids student athletes from returning to practice or competition until they were cleared 'by the school's designated "Licensed health care provider" and in Norwalk's protocol that designated health care provider was the school's athletic trainer who then ma~kes the determination of returning to play. However, a return to play was also recognized if there was clearance given by the athlete's family practitioner after a consultation with that license.d physician. Due to state legislation that will go into effect starting July 1, school are now not only required to follow this protocol but must also pro- vide and keep Of 1 file a concussion fact sheet that both the parent and the sfudent- athlete must sign before they are allowed to practice or partidpate in competition. This inforrnatiorfal fact sheet will be distributed to all Norwalk athletes who:plan to participate in a~y athletic, dance, or cheer program this year and we would ask that this informational fact sheet be signed and returned by the parent and the athlete well in advance of their season of participation. Als0, as a reminder all physicals must be up-to-date and on file in the Athletic / Activities Office before students are allowed to participate in any sports program as well as dance and cheerleading. Norwalk Family Activity Passes will once again be available to those interested in purchasing them. Family passes are valid for both parents and any students in grades K through 5th. As a reminder, students must be accompanied by an adult when a family activity pass is used for admission. Single Adult Activity Passes are also avail- able. The purchase of a student activity pass is, as it always has been,.optional for the theDes Moines Arts-Festival and six weeks after at the Central Library Downtown Des Moines. NSV recognizes students' artistic achievements at the Visionary Artist Ceremony and NSV Reception and rewards them with a Certificate of Appreciation along with a Des Moines Art Center Student Membership. Last year the exhibit show- cased the workof 268 students~from 67 schools. Congratulations to studentsfrom Lakewood Elementary whose artwork was part of the NSV art exhibition. All artwork may be viewed at the Central Library Down- tz~n Des Moines through August 31. ART PICS PA(~E 9 student. A reminder that student activity passes for next year can be purchased for $35, grades 6 through 12. However, dueto our student ID card and processing sys- tem of these cards we are requesting that all activity passes be purchased during the registration period or prior to August 15. If an activity pass is purchased after this date anadditionalfee of $10 will be charged to cover the cost era duplicate card that will inCtude the activities pass. Family Activity Passes will cost $190 and Single Ac- i tivity Passes are $90. These passes may be purchased in the Athletic Office at Norwalk I Concluded p.9 "