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Arbon Valley – The Best Place on Earth
Arbon Valley – The Best Place on Earth Arbon Valley has gone through changes over the past 100 years just like any town has.  However, if you see an old photo of your great-grandpa standing on a street with his field behind him, chances are you could pick out that spot and it would look exactly the same today.  This town is full of rich history as well as kind and honest people.
“Have you ever been down to Arbon Valley ?
I spend a lot of time there in my mind.
And if God doesn’t live in Arbon Valley,
I’ll bet that’s where he spends most of his time.”

Historical Preservation

The Historical Preservation Committee is planning to publish a book on Power County including it’s history and residents. If you have any family stories pictures or other kind of information you would like to include in the Book please come to our meeting March 18 at 10 AM in the American Falls public library’s meeting room. We are, also, anxious to have anyone who would like to work on the book come to the meeting.  If you are unable to attend you can email your stories and pictures to powercountymuseum@gmail.com

Also check out Power County Museum on Facebook.com.   https://www.facebook.com/pages/Power-County-Museum/137056833049561

Thanks,

Laurie Call

Health Fair in American Falls

Makaylah Lish is doing a health fair for her senior project. She does need at least 10 people to sign up for a mammogram, and the best way to contact her to schedule this is via email.  The details for this fair are in the below image. If you cannot see the image, click on the link in this email to view on the Arbon Valley website.

School Board Minutes – Jan 13, 2015

The Arbon School Board meet on January 13, 2015 7:00 p.m. members Jason Williams Melinda Campbell and Jake Evans were present as were Debbie Curry, clerk, Cheri Evans and Robin Claunch via Skype.

The motion was moved by Jake and seconded by Jason to approve the agenda. The motion was moved by Jason and seconded by Melinda to approve the minutes.  The bills were reviewed. The motion was moved by Jake and seconded by Jason to approve them. The total M & O expenses for the month of January is $22,668.87. The school received $36.81 from the State Department, $35,123.26 from property taxes and $9.69 from interest.  The school M & O balance is $160,630.04. The Plant Facility received and $2.77 from interest the Plant Facility balance is $46,616.58. The motion was moved by Jason and seconded by Jake to approve the financial statement.

The security camera at the front door was discussed.  When a visitor comes to the door all you can really see is the top of their head. Debbie will contact Kade Lusk to see if he is able to adjust the security camera to get a better view of the visitor and if they could view some of the bus loading and unloading area. If not, they will look into getting a camera to see the bus loading and unloading and maybe some of the parking area.

We have one student going to speech therapy two days a week.  The school will pay for these services this year.  If services are needed next school year, we will look into applying for some help with funding from the State Department.

Melinda will contact Jason Bransford to set up doing another teacher observation and a final evaluation before the end of the school year.

Purchasing a new bus was tabled until the board hears back from Todd and Julie Fitch.

The next meeting will be held on February 10, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. The motion was moved and seconded to adjourn the meeting.  The meeting adjourned at 8:10 p.m.

Approved 02-10-2105

Hostage Situation Training

The Arbon School bus drivers are holding a Drivers training meeting tomorrow, Thursday the 19th of February at the Arbon School from 6:00 p.m to 8:00 p.m. We would like to invite any adults who may wish to attend. The topic will be Hostage situations and how to handle them. Officer Edwards along with other officers and two police dogs are coming out and we will watch videos and talk about different situations and how to handle them. Then they will run us through some drills including lock down of the school bus and also maybe a lock down drill of the school.

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Any questions call Juli Fitch 335-2171

Notice of Filing Deadline

NOTICE OF FILING DEADLINE

DECLARATION OF CANDIDACY

BOARD OF TRUSTEES POSITION

Arbon Elementary School District No.383

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That declaration of candidacy for the office of Board of Trustees for the Trustee Zone #1 (Crystal) and Zone #3 (Arbon) of Arbon Elementary School District No.383, Power County, Arbon, Idaho, must be filed with the Power County Clerk or with the district clerk whose address is 4405 Arbon Valley Hwy. no later than 5:00 p.m. on the 20th day of March, 2015.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: that Declaration of Candidacy is available at the district office at:  4405 Arbon Valley Hwy. or at the office of the Power County Clerk. 543 Bannock Avenue, American Falls, Idaho.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: that individuals who run as write-in candidates must file a declaration of intent no later than 5:00 p.m. forty-five (45) days prior to the election (April 3rd, 2015).

_______________________

Cheri Evans, Clerk

School Board Minutes

ARBON SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

February 10, 2015

I.  APPROVAL OF AGENDA

II. CONSENT AGENDA

  1. MINUTES
  2. Bills
  3. FINANCIAL

III. TEACHERS
IV. NEW BUSINESS

  1. TRUSTEE ELECTIONS/CRYSTAL & ARBON

V.  OLD BUSINESS

  1. SECURITY CAMERA/BUS LOADING AREA
  2. NEW BUS/FITCH ROUTE
  3. BILLS
  4. TEACHER EVALUATION PLAN/REVISIONS
 

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