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Thursday, October 24, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine Norwalk Middle School Cross Country News Monday, Oct. 14, the Norwalk Middle School Cross Country team traveled to Grinnell to compete in the Little Hawkeye Conference meet. The boys team finished in 3rd place and had three top 20 finishes. The girls team finished 6th and also had three top 20 finishes. Pella won the girls division and Dallas Center-Grimes won the boys division. Girls Results: (91 Runners) Kennedy Scallon 13:28 4th; Jordan Heinold 14:15 14th; Trinity Hopkey 14:20 16th; Ally Gideon 16:56 44th; Kristen McOwen 17:28 45th; Abby Noel 17:29 46th; Heather Schirm 17:32 47th; Kaylee Raymond 17:34; Ashley Lued'tke 17:49; Madison Ballard 17:55; Brook Cooper 17:56; Annie Balk 18:28 Boys Results: (107 Runners) Colton Chambers 12:41 9th; Tyler Vaughan 12:42 10th; Seth Harper 12:51 13th; Rylan Desmond 13:19 21st; Drew Rosonke 13:47 31st; Mex Fredregill 13:49 32nd; Jaden Deal 15:10 44th; Erech Hazen 15:29; Nate Cook 15:49; Josh Nelson 15:53; Jack Foster 17:47; Konnor Karg 17:51; Luke Agey 18:16; Adam Workman 23:14 Norwalk Student Participates on Lincoln Swim Team Sierra Johnson, a Norwalk 11th grader, participates as a member of the Lincoln High School Girls Swim Team. New to the LHS team this year, Johnson leads the Rails swim team in the breaststroke events. She also swims the sprint freestyle and participates on relays. Photo submitted. 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 *EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS Kevin Pearson - 285-1838 *JOHN PHILLIPS INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 981-0434 or 981-4293 *NORWALK LIONS CLUB 981-0432 *OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES 981-0224 *SCOTT'S FOODS 981-0606 *NEWTON STANDRIDGE STANDRIDGE GROUP 229-5310 *N/WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS 981-0406 Fall is my fa;orite time of year and we have been blessed with very nice fall-like temperatures and vibrant colors. To celebrate this time of year with our Oviatt and Lakewood families, our wonderful PTO is hosting a fall festival. This is not a money raiser (no money needed), but a fun family night. Thursda Oct. 24, 5-7 p.m. on the Oviatt playground there will be a meal for the family, fun outdoor activities such as bobbing for apples, pumpkin decorating, face Rainting, bean bag toss, sack races, gooey grab, hula hoop contest, football throw and great live music. You don't want to miss this fun family event. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs to enjoy the meal picnic style. This event would not be possible without the creative juices of our PTO, Watch D.O.G:S. and Fareway. Hope to see you there! Box Tops Do you clip the box tops from food items in your home? Oviatt collects box tops and is able to redeem for money that supports the cleaning, food and items for the fish tank, which is a favorite of students. The money is also used for other items needed in the school. We collect box tops all year but are asking people to send in what they have by October 28. We will be clipping, organizing and sending them in for a November turn-in. Send any box tops to the Oviatt office. Thanks for your support! Parent-Teacher Conferencp. Parent-teacher conferences are a time to meet with all our parents to talk about your child's progress and our goals for the year. The teachers and staff here at Oviatt want to help your child grow academically and socially this year and we know that a partnership with home is a vital part in that growth. Oviatt conferences are: Tuesda) Nov. 5, 4-7 p.m.; Wednesday, Nov. 6, 4-7 p.m.; Thursda Nov. 7, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. If you haven't signed up for you r child's conference, contact the Oviatt office (981- 1005) to set up times with teachers. All teachers will be present during conferences, so it is a good time to meet with special teachers (music, computer, PE, art) also. Thank you for your suppor t and together we will help your child have a successful year. Wednesday, Nov. 6 We have a change in our Wednesdays schedule November 6. Due to conferences we will NOT have an early dismissal November 6. Students will have a "regular" day November 6 with dismissal from 3-3:10 p.m. Note this on your calendar. Red Ribbon Week Red Ribbon Week is scheduled for the week October 28 - November 1. Red Ribbon Week is a time when we focus on making good choices with how we treat others (no bullying) and saying no to drugs, alcohol and tobacco. Each day has a different focus with lessons throughout the week on making good choices. I encourage families to take time to talk about these topics with your children, giving them a chance to share what was talked about in school and your expectations as a parent for your children. Monday: Red Ribbon Bracelet Day Tuesday: Wear Red Day (students and staff sign pledge posters) Wednesday: "Orange" you glad you're not a bully (wear orange) Thursday: Red Licorice Day Friday: Be a Super Hero; Have the power to say no to drugs and bullying (dress as your favorite super hero) We will be hosting a Pre-Red Ribbon Week Food Drive October 21-24. Students and staff are encouraged to bring in canned food and shelf-stable food items to help support the Norwalk Community Food Pantry. Thank you for supporting our com- munity! " Low'Income Home Energy Assistance Program Applications will be taken starting November 1, 2013 for the 2013-2014 Low-In- come Home Energy Assistance Program. This program is funded by the Department of Health and Human Services through the Iowa Department of Human Rights/DCAA and has been established to help qualifying low-income Iowa homeowners and rent- ers pay for a portion of their primary heating costs. The RRACAP Warren County Office at 1009 S. Jefferson Way, Indianola, will be taking applications from November 1, 2013 through April 30, 2014 (October 1 for households with elderly/disabled member). Applicants will need to furnish some form of identification, a copy of their most recent heating and electric bill, telephone bill and proof of all household members' gross income for the past three monLlas or for the past calendar year. The assistance is based on household income, household size, type of fuel and other factors,,, Eligibility for participation  is established according to the following federal in- come guidelines: INCOME MAXIMUMS Household LIHEAP Three LIHEAP Annual Size Month Gross Gross Income Income 1 $ 4,309 $17,235 2 5,816 23,265 3 7,324 29,295 4 8,831 35,325 5 10,339 41,355 6 11,846 47,385 For households with more than six members, add $1,508/$6,030 for each addi- tional member. * Medical Waiver: Households'who are over LIHEAP regular income guidelines may be eligible for LIHEAP benefits through our medical waiver component. The medical expenses must be documented, paid and non-reimbursable. For more infor- mation, contact your local community action agency. "THIS PROGRAM IS NOT DESIGNED TO PAY A HOUSEHOLD'S TOTAL EN- ERGY COSTS. THE PROGRAM WILL PROVIDE SUPPLEMENTAL ASSISTANCE BASED ON SEVERAL FACTORS. THOSE FACTORS INCLUDE TOTAL HOUSE- HOLD INCOME, HOUSEHOLD SIZE, DWELLING TYPE AND TYPE OF HEAT- ING FUEL, AMONG OTHERS."