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Memorial Hospital

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www.argusleader.com

Carrie Aaron, Memorial Middle School principal, shared the positive results and expansion of one program, the BackPack Program, which provides weekend food packages to almost 3,000 students from 30 Sioux Empire schools.
The program started in 2007 with 100 weekend food packages. Aaron said 40 percent of Sioux Falls elementary students and 35 percent of Sioux Falls middle school students receive free or reduced-priced meals during the week, meaning without the BackPack Program, many went hungry on the weekends. "The stories of the Backpack Program are stories of gratitude and relief," Aaron said.


www.argusleader.com

Carrie Aaron, principal at Memorial, said the faculty council will decide how to spend the $5,000.A year ago, the school won a similar grant.The money then helped buy eight document projectors for the school's math classrooms.Aaron said her best guess is that this year's winnings also will go to technology.


www.argusleader.com [cached]

What works in one might also work in another school," said Carrie Aaron, principal at Memorial Middle School.Parents' roleAaron said middle schools should work harder to involve parents."When the kids leave the elementary school, sometimes the parents don't feel the need to be involved.We need them more than ever.This is the age when kids are making choices and need their parents," she said.


www.kelotv.com [cached]

Carrie Aaron, Memorial Middle School Principal, says, "I wish we knew more.We know a window was jimmied open and they gained access at that point."There are gouges, caused by a crowbar or screw driver, in the wooden door to Aaron's office.Aaron says they opened one office, stole some keys and took 12 dollars cash.Aaron says, "It appeared they were going to try and take a television set and a small, almost a dorm size refrigerator from an office, that were sitting by a front door."They even cleaned up before trying to clean out the school.Aaron says, "Actually everything had been taken out of the refrigerator and put neatly into a garbage can."They never got to get away with those goods, the tv and fridge, because police say staff spooked the two and they ran away.Aaron says, "It does concern me that we would have two in one night."


www.pressanddakotan.com [cached]

ŒŒWe immediately alert teachers to watch kids that are showing stress," said Carrie Aaron, principal of Memorial Middle School in Sioux Falls. ŒŒThis is one of those teachable moments where we want to help kids through a tragedy like this." She read a statement during announcements that discussed the tragedy but also challenged students to use their education to accomplish something and be thankful for the opportunity to learn. Such teaching already is part of the school's history. It is named after eight government, community and business leaders who died nearly 10 years ago in a plane crash over Iowa: Gov.ŒŒWhat we have to do now is remind the kids of why we're named Memorial because these kids were little when the plane crash happened," Aaron said.


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