Boyden-Hull School Board Of Directors Meeting Agenda For March 28th




Wednesday, March 28, 2012

5:30 PM

I.  Call Meeting to Order and Determination of a Quorum

II.      Recognition of Guests

  1. Comments from the Public on Non-Agenda Items

III.     Approve the Agenda

IV.     Action Items

   A.   Approve SIAC Committee Members for 2012-2013 School Year

 V.   Discussion Items

  1. Consider FY 2013 Budget
  2. ReviewLongRangePlans

VI.  Adjourn

Northwest Area Education Agency Agenda For March 28th Meeting


Northwest Area Education Agency Board of Directors Meeting

Wednesday, March 28, 2012,5:00 p.m.ICNMeeting

Sioux City NWAEA Office – ICN

West Monona Middle SchoolICN

Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn High SchoolICN

Sioux Center Middle SchoolICN

Galva-Holstein High SchoolICN

Sibley-Ocheyedan High SchoolICN

5:00 p.m.          1.0       Call Meeting to Order.

2.0       Roll Call.

3.0       Recognition of Visitors.

4.0       Approval of Agenda.

5.0       Accreditation Site Interview.

6.0       Adjournment.

Birthdays and Anniversaries for March 27th


Natalie Hohbach of Sheldon from Family
Carren Albers of Sheldon from friends



(55th) Burdelle and Noreen Krikke of Sanborn from all their children and grandchildren

Victor O. Augsburger

Victor O. Augsburger age 95 of Sibley, IA died Monday, March 26, 2012 at Sibley Nursing & Rehab Center in Sibley, IA. 

Funeral service will be 11:00 AM, Friday, March 30th at Zoar Presbyterian Church in George, IA, with Rev. Dale Lint officiating. 

Visitation will be one hour prior to the services at the church Friday morning. 

Victor O. Augsburger was born February 13, 1917 in Bluffton, Ohio, the son of Elias and Fannie (Steffen) Augsburger.  He graduated from Bluffton High School.  Victor then attended Moody Bible Institute, Aurora College and McCormick Theological Seminary before finishing his education at Harvard Divinity School where he received his Master of Sacred Theology Degree. 

On October 30, 1938 Victor was married to Mary Jane Ross in Princeton, IL. In 1949 he entered the United States Air Force, serving as Chaplin in England and was honorably discharged in 1954.  He and  Mary Jane served pastorates at the First Presbyterian Church in Biloxi, MS, Zoar Presbyterian Church, George, IA, First Presbyterian Church, Sun City, AZ, and Faith Presbyterian Church, Lennox, SD. In 1985 Victor and Mary Jane retired to Sun City, AZ. 

On November 24, 1997 Victor’s wife Mary Jane died after 59 years of marriage.  On March 20, 1998 Victor married Ethel Trei at Sun City, AZ.  Victor’s health began to decline as a result of cancer.  In 2008 they moved to Sibley, IA. Victor and Ethel shared a love for music.  After losing his eyesight, singing hymns from memory was something they did every day.  In 2009 Victor entered the Sibley Nursing & Rehab Center in Sibley, IA, where he remained until his death this past Monday, March 26, 2012 at the age of 95. 

He is survived by his wife of 14 years, Ethel Augsburger of Sibley, IA; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Elias and Fannie Augsburger; his first wife, Mary Jane Augsburger; six brothers, Alvin, Hiram, Elias Jr., Paul, Bill and James Augsburger; five sisters, Dinah, Helen, Martha, Elvina and Ella.

Online Expressions of Sympathy can be sent to:

Area Teams Excel At AAU Gold Tournaments

AAU 9th Grade Team Members From Sheldon, LeMars and Unity

It was AAU Gold Tournament weekend in Iowa this weekend as tournaments were held across the state for teams in grades 4th through 11th.

Sheldon had two teams place at State Gold Tournaments. The 9th graders were second at the tournament held in Newton. Cedar Valley won the tournament with LeMars 3rd and NWI (the Unity program) finishing 4th.

The Sheldon 10th graders were third at the Marshalltown tournament. Tri County (the Western program) won the tournament with MVP (Sioux City) finishing second.

All told seven Sheldon teams earned a trip to the Gold Tournament this weekend by finishing in the top 2 at one of their Saturday tournaments.  At state they competed against teams from all over the state of Iowa without regard to class size or location.  Some of the tournaments hosted as many as 50 teams competing for these years’ top 4 medals in each age group.

As a program Sheldon had 11 teams, including over 90 girls, from grades 4th-11th that competed in the AAU season this year.  These girls practiced twice a week from the beginning of January until this last week of the Gold Tournaments.  They have competed in at least 6 Saturday tournaments to improve their skills, develop teamwork and learn to enjoy the game of Volleyball.


West Lyon Grad Tyler Knobloch Appointed Red Raiders Offensive Coordinator

Northwestern Offensive Coordinator Tyler Knobloch

Northwestern College has named Tyler Knobloch as the new offensive coordinator for the Red Raider football program. He takes over for Joel Penner, who held the same position for the last three years and took the same position at Malone University in Ohio.

Knobloch has been the Red Raiders’ offensive line coach for the last three years and prior to that, served as the running backs coach for two seasons. Under his direction, the Northwestern offensive line has been one of the NAIA’s best, boasting the seventh best rushing attack in the NAIA with 222.5 yards per game and allowed just 14 sacks in 11 games last year. Northwestern had the top scoring and total offense in the GPAC, averaging over 36 points and 420 yards per game.

Head coach Kyle Achterhoff said, “Tyler has done a fantastic job as a position coach within our program, especially over the last three years with our o-line. He brings a level of intensity and a knowledge of our offense that will make the transition very easy. We will not be making huge changes but the adjustments that Tyler will bring to our offense are exciting.”

Knobloch lettered two years for the Red Raiders (2005-06) and came to NWC after a standout high school career at West Lyon High School. He has taught middle school science and coached several sports at Sioux Center Christian School the last three years. Knobloch, and his wife Melissa, live in Sioux Center, Iowa.