BAKE SALE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17 2O12 from 8:00am to 2:00pm AT THE RED SHED (Next Door to S&H Quick Stop)

Red Ribbon Week 2012

The Imboden Area Charter School celebrated Red Ribbon Week in a variety of ways. Each day was
special with dressing up associated with a drug free message. Students all did posters and received
prizes for the best posters at each grade level. There were lots of food prizes donated by McDonalds,
Subway, Sonic, Goodsells, McLeods Grocery, and Pig N Out Bar-B- Q. Dickson Lumber Company,

The Studio by Deb Technology and MM Company donated several gift cards, and S&H Quick Shop
donated $10 cash to be given as a prize. Citizens Bank donated a $50 Gift Card and Dr. Grant and Carol
Killion donated a $50 Savings Bond. Everyone received a participation certificate. The Sheriff and some
of his staff visited the Charter School and presented a drug prevention program to the children. The
students got to see the HumVee the Sheriff office used for emergencies. At the assembly the 6,7,8 th
grade won the Spirit Stick award for showing the most enthusiasm in saying I can be the best I can be,
the best me is Drug Free. The winners of the various prizes were, Cheyenne Perry for the best overall
poster for grades 4-8; Abby Vitale for the best overall poster for grades K-3. Other prize winners were
Ivy Scales, Summer Crandall, Eamon Buchman, Zoe Maxson, Creadon Brunson, Jasmine Koettel, Skyler
Bills, Larry Smith, Collin Arford, Audra Scales, Ridge Utley, Brycen Smith, Riley Hubbard, and Brandon

Taylors Green House Field Trip
The Kindergarten – Third grade from the Imboden Area Charter School had a Fall Harvest Field Trip to
Taylors Green House Wednesday, October 31. The students not only had a lot of fun going through
the corn maze and playing on the old fashioned playground equipment, but also learned about growing
things like pumpkins and gourds. They went on a hay ride, participated in a pumpkin chunking contest,
a tunnel maze, plastic duck races, old fashioned games in the barn and lunch on the grounds. Some of
old fashioned play equipment was hay bale jumping, tire horse swing and a cowboy corral.