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HOSA students bring home wins Print E-mail

Kamiah HOSA attend leadership conference

     On April 8, eight Kamiah High School students left for Boise to attend the 2015 HOSA Leadership Conference and Competition. Approximately 48 hours later, after intense and stressful competitions, 


informative seminars and a whole lot of fun they returned to Kamiah with another successful Conference behind them.

     Carson Beckman, a junior, was elected a State HOSA Officer for the year 2015-16. He will serve on a seven-person officer team as the Historian/Reporter and he will be representing the State of Idaho and Kamiah in numerous events during his term.  His duties will require him to attend the HOSA National Leadership Conference in Anaheim Calif., June 22-27 and the State Joint Student Leadership Conference in Boise Aug. 2-6. Beckman will also be involved in planning and delivering both the Fall Leadership Conference for club officers and the State Leadership Conference in the spring.

     Kamiah HOSA also brought home three wins at the Leadership Conference. Freshmen Godavari Murphy and Lacey Kludt placed 4th in Health Career Display, junior Bailey Christopherson placed 6th in Healthcare Issues Exam and Senior Jason Lloyd placed 8th in Prepared Speaking/Speaking Skills.

     “Our Kamiah students did a wonderful job and I couldn’t be more proud of all of them and we look forward to another successful year next year,” said Terry Law.

Kamiah students involved in the HOSA program recently attended a leadership conference in Boise. L-R: Jasmine Hernandez, Lacey Kludt, Davi Murphy, Shayla Bovey, Chynna Wilcox, Jason Lloyd, Bailey Christopherson, and Carson Beckman. Contributed photo

Musicals coming to CVES Print E-mail

CVES schedules two spring concerts

     The Clearwater Valley Elementary School has scheduled two spring concerts.

     On May 7, the second and third grade classes will present “Mastering Math.” This musical is a 45-minute production which combines vocabulary building and problem-solving concepts with the opportunity for these young, creative musicians to share their talent.

     The performance will begin at 1:30 p.m. in the CVES gymnasium. Mrs. Weaver, Mr. Tosten, and Mr. Swan’s classes have worked with Mrs. Lusby to prepare this concert. Mrs. Weaver’s class will share the spoken words.

     The second concert will be held May 26. At 1:15 p.m., Mrs. Martinez, Mrs. Fabbi, Ms. Feucht, and Mrs. Swan’s kindergarten/first grade classes will show their talents as they present “E-I-E-I-OOPS!” This musical features the traditional “Old McDonald Had A Farm” with some new ideas. Old McDonald’s cow has a low self-esteem, the sheep are lost, the pigs are telling jokes, the chicks are cute and adorable, and the whole barnyard ends their show in song.

     Mrs. Lusby will lead the fourth and fifth grade classes as they play their recorders and percussion instruments. Mrs. Simmons, Mr. Wingfield, and Mrs. Denham’s classes have been using new reading curriculum in their classes. How Grandmother Spider Stole the Sun, a short musical included in the reading material, addresses the study of cultures of different people. The fourth and fifth graders will sing other songs as well.

     Mrs. Lusby encourages parents and community members to attend these concerts to enjoy and support the students of Clearwater Valley Elementary School’s diverse educational opportunities.


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