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Page 8 April 25th, 2013 Welcome back to the Laiken and Taylor Column! The fourth quarter's midterm was on Wednesday the 17th. This means there is only about four and a half weeks of school left! Summer vacation is almost here, although it doesn't look like that outside! Drayton Prom was on Saturday, April 20. The Grand March started at eight, and everyone had a good time. The "Apple man" came to Drayton School on Friday, April 19th for K-6 grades. He had 3 kids dress up like fruits and vegetables, and had both the kids AND teachers jumping and dancing. He talked to the kids about eating right and would sing songs about fruits and vegetables. The fifth graders are starting their how to projects! Each student in fifth grade gets to show an example of doing an activity, baking a food, etc., and then present it to the class. They have already begun coming up with great ideas for their presentations. Hunter Safety and Education classes have been offered for sixth grade and older at the Drayton School every Tuesday night for a few weeks now, and that is coming to an end next week. The participating kids and adults are enjoying it and Sch ool and R ec eat00on are excited to be able to hunt soon. The spring concert is coming up soon, and the kids are all getting excited and preparing for it. Grades PreK-4th will be doing a small program about hats, 5th and 6th grade will be doing a mini-choir type thing, 4th grade recorders, 5th and 6th grade band, Jr. high/high school choir, and Jr. high/ high school band will all be performing. There are still a few more weeks until the concert; May 7th, but it will be a fun one, so mark your calendars! Thanks for reading our column, you can email us at laikentaylor.column@gmail. com, and have a great week! Valley News and Views Drayton Students Participate In Region 3 Music Competition Brianna Wink's Flute Solo Will Take Her to State All Dressed Up and Ready for the Prom The DHS students pictured above participated Apri112th in the Region 3 Music Competition. The students are from left to right, Kyla Staskivige, Taylor Stegman, Brianna Wink, Baylie Karboviat Angeldawn Larocque and Laiken Larson. A snowy road greeted the Drayton musicians April 12th on the way to Region 3 Small Group and Solo Contest. Several solos and small groups also performed for the judges. Groups and solos included a duet by Kyla Staskivige and Angeldawn Larocque singing "The Moon"; Brianna Wink and Baylie Karboviak's duet, "Tres Canciones de los elemetos"; Taylor Stegman's solo "When Love is Kind"; Laiken Larson's solo, "Daddy's Sweetheart"; Angel Larocque's solo, "The Lass from the Low Countree."; and Brianna Wink's solo, "Se Tu Mi Ami". Brianna Wink qualified for State Music with a star rating on her flute solo, "Czardas". She will advance to compete in Minot Saturday May 4th. Congratulations to all of the performers for their excellent work. April Specials Every Day Savings More SaVill![:? Lok Rir Our Special CIIUp(H1 irl this uuw';apaper. We had a picture on the front page of the kids in their grubbies following the prom and ready for their after prom party. What you didn't see is how nice they got dressed up for the prom. Here's a picture of a good handful of them taken prior to event. From left to right the couples are Ryan Woinarowicz, Stefanie Andreen, Jess Suda, Kalyt7 ' Woi#arowicz, Katelyn Twamley, Austin Littlejohn, All Kennedy, Taylor Johnson, Kelsey Bohm and Grant Schumacher. Photo courtesy of Karl Woinarowicz. 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