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The Sanborn Central sophomore geometry class and the kindergarten class had a great time learning all about 2-D and 3-D shapes on March 9. Mrs. Schmit’s class had finished their unit over shapes and she talked to Mrs. Wilson about having her high school class set up different stations where the kindergarten class could be tested over their skills. The interaction between the students was great.

…See a photo in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal!

Students in grades five through twelve performed in a music contest held at their respective schools on Thursday, March 12. Students from Sanborn Central earning a superior rating for their vocal performance were: ensembles – the high school girls, the high school boys, the eighth grade, the seventh grade, the sixth grade, and the fifth grade; duets – Dana Schelske and Alexis Kelly, Aubrey Kropp and Layton Zoss, and Miley Adams and Tori Hoffman; solos – Casady Dean, Morgan Hoffman, Sydney Richardson and Hudson Fouberg. Sanborn Central students who received an excellent rating were: duets – Dayton Easton and Reed Senska-Thompson; solos – Amber Schelske and Grant Edwards.

Students from Woonsocket who earned a superior rating for their vocal prowess were: ensembles – high school girls, high school boys, eighth grade, seventh grade; duets – Dilyn Brooks and Saleena Johnson-Larson, Kayanah Peterson and Rain Swenson, and Aleya Fry and Kaitlin Brueske; solos – Aleya Fry, Bella Fry, Allison Nedved, Eli Fry, Emilie Lindgren, Jalyn Grassel, Kyla Terkildsen and Oscar Anderson. Woonsocket students who earned an excellent rating were: solos – Reese Stephens and McKenzie Baruth.

Results from the instrumental part of the contest will be in next week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal.

…See a photo in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal!

As the Sanborn Weekly Journal hit the newsstands last week, the first few confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus were reported to the public. Since that time, there have been seven more cases confirmed in the state for a total of 10 confirmed cases at press time. Due to the rapid spread of the virus, Governor Noem declared a state of emergency and asked schools to close in the state, including the private schools, so this week could be spent cleaning and disinfecting everything to stop the spread of the illness. Colleges and technical schools all over the state also closed campuses for an extra week of spring break or taking care of classes online.

With the closure of schools came the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) for all events where over 50 people may congregate to be cancelled or postponed to a later date. Thus, all school activities were cancelled for the week, and most community activities were cancelled, including some church services. People have been asked to stay home and only leave when necessary. Going to and from work has been deemed fine, but the CDC advises everyone to take proper precautions and wash their hands thoroughly and often and to disinfect their work area as much as possible.

…Read on in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal!

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