Desert Messenger

April 17, 2013

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Outstanding work at Salome High Every teacher should know that they are appreciated, and everything they do for students is recognized. Thank you to all of the teachers that were there during this stressful time for all of the testing students. There were a great number of teachers that attended the Teacher of the Year banquet, which was held on April 12th at Salome High School. The culinary arts teacher worked very hard to have a terrific turn out. All of the culinary arts classes had something to pitch in for the banquet, whether it was making decorations, setting up, or making sure everything looked nice. The culinary arts teacher sends out a whopping thank you to all of the teachers that took time out of their busy schedule to attend the banquet. There are many events that are taking place in April, but that isn't slowing anyone down. The NHS had their induction on April 11th, and a number of students that applied were stoked for the news, and they were just stoked that they were able to apply. The students are buckling up to go out of the 2012-2013 school year with a bang! The art students were working really hard on their shoes for the Vans Custom Culture competition. Their shoes were gorgeous and it all of the students worked together. Their work is truly awe-inspiring. Way to go Art class! • 4-16 BB/SB double header game against Tonopah at Tonopah 2:00/4:00 • 4-17 Progress reports hand out • 4-18 Honor Roll field trip to Cracker Jacks Amusement Park • 4-20 BB/SB game against Wickenburg 12:00 • 4-23 BB/SB double header game against Parker 2:00 pm/ 4:00 pm • 4/24 Late start • 4-27 Prom • 4-27 Track meet at Estrella Foothills • 4-29 No school • 4-30 Track meet Knight at Phoenix Christian The Bouse Genies are a group of people who are interested in their personal genealogical research. All of the original members at some time throughout the winter of 2006 -2007 attended genealogy classes given by Carol Brown at the Bouse Library. Bouse Genies Meeting Schedule For the rest of the season The Bouse Genies regular meetings are held every other Friday at the Bouse Community Building from 9:30 am to 2 pm. Bring a Sack Lunch. All meetings, seminars, and workshops are open to the public. Meeting dates: 26 April 2013 10 & 24 May 2013 WANTED ANTIQUE VENDORS 543 W. Main, Quartzsite Vendor Spaces For further information contact RV Hookups Storage CALL RAY 360-961-3866 READER'S OASIS BOOKS 928-927-6551 690 E. Main - Quartzsite (one block east of Family Dollar) Main Street Eatery MOUNTAIN QUAIL The Gathering Place of Quartzsite CAFE for Good Food, Fun and Friendship! Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Open Year-round for all holidays! Closed Sunday @ 2pm 490 N. Moon Mt. Ave., Quartzsite (corner of Moon Mt. & Quail Trail) $ Home Style Cooking! • Thurs. Italian Night • Friday Fish Special • Sat. Prime Rib Enjoy our Famous Bread Pudding! 928-927-8890 Desert Messenger offers FREE Classified Ads! Here's the small print: Items for sale under $1000. Private Party Only. 1 per month. Yard/Garage/Craft Sales, Wanted, Give-a-ways, Free, Lost & Found, etc. (non-commercial) For more information, contact Rain at 928-916-4235 or Email: X Quail Trail 350 Early Bird BREAKFAST SPECIALS Open 7am - 7pm 7 DAYS/ WEEK N B-10, Main St. Hwy. 95, N. Central SALOME HIGH SCHOOL UPCOMING EVENTS: Free Classifieds Bouse Geneology by Kirshana Guy The month of April has already been off to a busy start for the teachers and the students. The students spent time in class studying and getting ready for the Aims tests. One student briefly stated, "We have been working hard to show that the teachers have made a huge difference this year." The Culinary teacher did a great job preparing for the Teacher of the Year Banquet, which had the help of many students. The Baseball and Softball teams are doing great, and their skills show a remarkable improvement. They are all working as a team and learning the importance of teamwork. The junior class has been pulling their minds together so that Prom is as memorable as ever this year. The juniors and sponsors are working hard so that the students attending prom have priceless memories. They also hope that the seniors enjoy their last high school dance. The National Honor Society had their Induction for the students that were accepted. The Culinary Arts teacher has planned a new and improved honor roll trip for the students who made honor roll or had perfect attendance. A lot of students had done a lot of work for the Aims review. The teachers worked on their assignment plans so that all of their students would do well on the tests. The students are very grateful for the help from all of the teachers. 15 Moon Mountain April 17, 2013 Mon-Fri 6-9am DINNER SPECIALS 4-7pm • Monday thru Thursday $6 •Fri. Fish & Chips $875 •Sat. Prime Rib $1195 205 E. Main Street, Quartzsite 6am - 7pm LUNCH Specials 11-2 Monday-Friday $ 500 FREE Coffee with every meal! 928-927-4163

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