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Ballard’s Catch and Release Program We caught and kept him for 35 years, now we have to release him! On Sunday, May 19, from 2:00 to 5:00p.m. at the Ballard School, over two hundred friends, family, Ballard staff, students, past and present, and people from the community attended a retirement reception in Mr. Jim Kershner's honor. The Ballard staff presented him with a picture collage in a handmade barn wood frame and a gift card to amazon.com. If anyone knows Jim, reading is one of his favorite things to do. Mr. Kershner reluctantly, because he would rather be sitting in the back visiting, stood . . . read more
This past week fourteen elementary girls participated in a two day basketball camp. The camp focused on individual skills and having fun while playing basketball. Participants include: front row (L-R) Piper Foreman, Aubrey Copeland, Daylyn Vermillion, Oakleigh Hill, Dallas Steinhoff, and Macie Morris. back row (L-R) Lexie Ward, Ashton Carullo, Briana Arrendondo, Alexis Moore, Coach Hill, Sudie Callahan, Sage Copeland, and Morgan Richardson. (not pictured Audrey Foster) read more
The Ballard R-II School District is pleased to be working in conjunction with the Adrian Optimist Club to honor a Student of the Month for the 2012-2013 school year. Student of the Month is selected by the staff of the Ballard R-II School District using the following criteria: attendance; attitude towards others and school; behavior; leadership; and improvement in or maintenance of good grades. The Student of the Month for May is senior Jayme Myrtle, daughter of Brian and Stacey Myrtle. Special Services teacher, Paula Hoard . . . read more
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