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Thursday, September 3, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven XVULF NHS Activities Director oncluded from p. 1 .By Al Lammers We will start with our 5—year trends: F 13:19 E’afrgtrlt: thaélk ‘32 0f flggse “:10 attendeld the i . ‘ . ' , _ a es 1c 0 urs ay, ug. , an generous y as- Year En “Sh Math .Rcad S 1 Com ' Slte sisted in your admission donation of a non-perishable food item which was delivered to the Norwalk Food Pantry. Eight recycle bins of food items in all were do- 2.8 1-3 22-1 nated. Thank you! 22.1 Cross Country: The Boys and Girls Cross Country teams opened their season today when they travel to Knoxville for an early bird invitational. Football: The Warriors opened the season Friday, Aug. 28, at Warrior Stadium when they hosted the Creston Panthers. Remember that the first two games of the season are non-district games and do not apply to eventual state playoff qualification. Volleyball: Norwalk traveled to SE Polk Thursday, Aug. 27, to compete in a quadrangular. *Indicates Norwalk’s highest score in history- Trends: 0 More Norwalk students than ever before participated in the ACT in 2015 0 There is a general increase in all Norwalk scores over the last 5 years. 0 2015 found the highest ever results ever in English, Reading, Science and Overall Composite. 2015 was the second highest in math (2014 was .3 higher) 0 Norwalk exceeds the state averages. ACT has also established college readiness benchmarks for certain college courses. A benchmark score is the minimum score needed on an ACT test to indicate a 50% chance of attaining a B or higher, or a 75% chance of attaining a C or higher in corresponding college courses. Here are Norwalk’s results compared to Iowa: College Soc College Biology Meeting all 4 Com - o sition . Science "COME THE LIFE Now Accepting Applications Good Life Retirement Center 1 Bedroom Apartments, Newly Remodeled, Park-like Setting, Community Center, 24-7 Maintenance, Rental Assistance Available, Must be 62 Years or Older, Handicap/Disabled Any Age 515-981-4424 www.National-Management.com This institution is an Equal Opportunity .' -‘ Provider and Employer. m m College Algebra -_ m- .15- Trend: Norwalk students have a greater chance of success in college than the Iowa average. By a large margin! The improvement in Norwalk achievement is significant. Education is impacted by three things: 1) Rigorous Content. 2) A teacher using research-based strategies. 3) Engaged students. When these three things are accom- plished together, good things happen”. We approach imprivement by selecting and piloting the most rigorous and researched content we can find. We match the content with the most effective strategies available. We utilize technology and other engagement-enhancers to involve stulents in this rigorous content. It is elegantly simple, but hard to achieve. As you can see, we are on the right tracl. But, we still have a long way to go to be among the internaional leaders in education. We will discuss this more as the year passes. Good luck and have a great start!‘ Warren County Meals on Wheels Program Following is the meal plan for the month of September br those participating in the congregate meal site located in Martensdale and also for those who have home delivered meals. For more information, contact Vicki White, Program Manger, Warren County Nutrition, 515-961-1003. Phone number for the Martensdale meal site is 641—764-2736. . ’ l Monday l Tuesday ; V Wednesda I mrsday lay 1 ti 4 """"J.E§dTB¢éi"oiiB1hff."" ' ' lia'Zéééfiéf... i .Tijiéiwé‘eééifiiiéibasses.” .1 Chassis Séiivichil Latinas. Salad . . Fished Beets “7.1:; Sweétffié'tétqaalafi :1 warms... -j‘LTL'Eiiésasgsergni-.... 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All meals meet 1/3 of the Recommended Dietary AllowanceisDA) for older agpgfltw adults. Contact Aging Resources of Central Iowa at 515-633-9518 for specific nutritional information. Stephanie L ‘ .RD. LT