Archive - Feb 20, 2013 - News Article
HALSEY - - The students at Sandhills Elementary School participated in the âOne School, One Bookâ program during the month of January, reading the book "Brighty of the Grand Canyon" by Marguerite Henry.
Consolidated Telephone Company donated the money so that each family represented by students at the school could have a copy of this book to read at home according to a prearranged reading schedule.
The Broken Bow Lions have a common goal, to help their fellow man. These Knights of the Blind do more than help those who want to see, their charitable work here locally extends to those in need, with special emphasis on our children.
Don Wolford says the reason for his involvement is easy ... âyou enjoy helping people. Thatâs what weâre there for.â
The local organization has donated to the Childrenâs Christmas fund through their âRent a Santaâ program, and just last week raised over $1,100 for the local food pantry by sponsoring the Bliz and Glitz evening at the Municipal Building.
The Broken Bow Board of Education adjourned into closed session for about two hours Monday evening, for the purpose of discussing administrator contracts and possible land acquisition.
When the board came out of closed session they approved the following items:
â˘ Extended the contract for Kirk Crawley, assistant elementary principal, for the 2013-14 school year with $4,000 on base.
â˘ Extended the contract for Elementary Principal Kim Jonas for the 2013-14 school year with $3,000 on base.