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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.”

Supplies for those affected by the fires

Helping our Neighbors

The young men and young women of Arbon Valley are gathering items to send to the those affected by the fires in Western and Northern Idaho.  These recipients include the firefighters, firefighter families, and those who have lost their homes due to the fires.

The following list is a suggestion of different types of items that would be helpful.  Please drop of the items at the dropoff locations listed below.  If you’d like to donate cash instead, the young men and women will purchase baby supplies with cash prior to being sent to their destination (no cash will be sent directly).

BABY SUPPLIES

Diapers
Baby wipes
Baby formula
Baby bottles
Baby clothes

HYGIENE ITEMS

Hand sanitize
Wet wipes
Feminine items
Towels
Wash clothes
Shampoo&Conditioner
Toilet paper
Laundry soap
Bath soap
Toothbrush/toothpaste
clothes any size for women, men, and children
shoes any size for women, men and children
school supplies
school backpacks
canned food
can opener
dry cereals
paper plates/utensils
5 gallon buckets
cat/dog food
clothes line/ pins

TOOLS

shovels
rakes
gloves
dusk masks filters

Donations can be dropped off at

Todd & Juli Fitch’s house
-or-
Skyler and Jenna Stewart’s house
-or-
Kate Ward’s home (Larin & Jessica)
-or-
Idaho State Journal
305 S. Arthur
Pocatello
-or-
Bear Lake Outfitter
3380 S. 5th Avenue
Pocatello

Thank you for your support and for helping the Arbon youth help their neighbors.  If you have any questions, please call Juli Fitch @ 251-6737 or Skyler Stewart @ 335-2128

School Board Minutes & Expenses

ARBON SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

July 2, 2015

The Arbon School Board met for its annual meeting on July 2, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. members Jason Williams, Jake Evans and Jessica Ward were present as were Debbie Curry, Robin Claunch and clerk, Cheri Evans.

The motion was moved by Jake and seconded by Jason to approve the agenda. The motion was moved by Jake and seconded by Jessica to approve the minutes.  The bills were reviewed. The motion was moved by Jason and seconded by Jake to approve them and also the correct June bills (correct to the Idaho Power bill). The total M & O expenses for the month of July was $21,177.32 and $2,994.00 for bus depreciation. The school received $3,158.05 from the State Department, $7,938.48 from REAP funds, $22.08 from property taxes and $13.36 from interest on investments. The school M & O balance is $126,852.27. The Plant Facility received $2,994.00 for bus depreciation and $3.82 from interest the Plant Facility balance is $49,633.07. The motion was moved by Jake and seconded by Jessica to approve the financial statement.

Robin and Debbie will leave on July 7th for the Singapore Math Conference in Phoenix, Arizona and return on the evening of the 10th.  Robin will attend an Ag in the Classroom Class on July 12th through the 16th in Boise.  Both of these will be paid with the Professional Development Funds from the State Department.  Debbie has received the ISAT/SBAC results and she has mailed the results to the parents.  She went over them with the Board.  Arbon did better overall than the State of Idaho did.  Robin and Debbie went over the Star Test results in Math and Reading all students are above their class level.

The motion was moved and seconded to declare Jake Chairman, Jason Vice Chairman, Cheri clerk for another year, the meetings to be held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Arbon School and the posting places to be the Post Office, Arbon School and the Arbon web site by acclamation.

The Fitch Transportation Contract was signed.  The agreement with Deaton and Company to do the 2014-2015 audit was reviewed and signed.  In house control of the Arbon School monies was discussed.  Transitioning from the Power County Clerk issuing checks for the school to the school having their own checking account and issuing their own checks. The motion was moved by Jason and seconded by Jake to authorize the clerk to start the process of opening a checking account for the school and investigate a newer version of Quickbooks and Quickbooks Payroll.

The next meeting will be held on August 11, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. The motion was moved and seconded to adjourn the meeting.  The meeting adjourned at 8:50 p.m.

Approved 08-11-15

Dog Found

Kade’s dog has been found at Richard and Debbie’s.  Thanks to everyone for keeping their eyes out for her.

Lost Dog

Missing little black dog with a little bit of gold/yellow in the front of her coat and answers to the name of Sage. Was last seen at Kade Lusk’s home.  The dog is nice and went missing during the lightening storm last night.

If you see her, please call Helen Lusk @ 221-2134

School Board Meeting – Aug 11

ARBON SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

August 11, 2015

I.  APPROVAL OF AGENDA

II. CONSENT AGENDA

A.  MINUTES
B.  BILLS
C.  FINANCIAL

III. TEACHERS

IV. NEW BUSINESS

A.  L-2 FORM
B.  BUS ROUTES

V.  OLD BUSINESS

A.  CHECKING ACCOUNT – QUICKBOOKS

School Gym Closed

Due to renovation and cleaning, the main floor and gym will be closed to the public until school resumes. Thanks.

 

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