By Daria Anderson-Faden
The Observer 

The 2023-24 School Year Has Arrived

Changes Include Working A-C, More Security & Superintendent's Shaved Head


August 24, 2023

Daria Anderson-Faden

On the first day of school last Friday, parents escort their children to Mary Lynch Elementary School in Kimball. In the smaller photo, Superintendent Trevor Anderson shows off his bald dome.

The first day of school for Kimball students and staff was unique and fun. School spirit was everywhere. At the Kimball Jr./Sr. High School, Superintendent Trevor Anderson had agreed to have his head shaved if grades 7-12 achieved their testing goals for the spring of 2023, and they did!

Julia Winstrom, Aspyn Kiefer and Grace Anderson did the shaving. Anderson said he had not received a haircut all summer and won't have to get another haircut for a few months.

The first day was filled with scavenger hunts, pie-eating contests, and rules reviews for grades 7-12.

Many changes have occurred...

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