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Lugbe,1 billion naira declared a year earlier. Dangote Cement has more than doubled production capacity since 2013 and said in April it may increase cement capacity by a further 77 percent by the end of 2019.Anne Gearan is a White House reporter for The Washington Post.Ruth Eglash is a correspondent for The Washington Post based in JerusalemHundreds of voices joined together Wednesday to celebrate 90 years of history at the school in Thief River FallsLed by Principal Randy Schantz more than 200 students parents and community members joined in a round of singing "Happy Birthday" to the school which opened in 1925Among those celebrating were Peter and Brandi Grosz whose four children attend school at St Bernard’s The youngsters ranging in age from 5 to 10 years old all sported maroon and gold shirts as Wednesday also was "St Bernard’s Wear Day" at the schoolThough Evangelical and not Catholic the couple said they enjoy having their children—Katherine Ross Allison and Lane—attend St Bernard’s for a variety of reasons including its small class sizes as well as its focus on structure and family environment"They look out for each other the families do and it’s great that way" Peter Grosz saidWhile those attending the celebration luncheon ate real birthday cake in the school cafeteria another cake made of paper adorned a wall upstairs It sported a few more candles than the school’s actual age as all 120 students each received a paper candle On the candles they wrote what they loved about the school and fashioned a picture of their face into the candle’s flameThe birthday celebration was folded into Catholic Schools Week which highlights the faith knowledge and service aspects of Catholic schools nationwide In addition to the luncheon St Bernard’s students also read to each other and about 30 participated in a spelling bee More activities are planned for the rest of the week Schantz saidHistoric momentsSt Bernard’s celebrates 90 years but its building is only turning 67 this year The original building was a former elementary school purchased by St Bernard’s Parish in 1922 Construction crews cut the building into two sections and transported it across the Red Lake River—an endeavor not without its challenges Though the first piece was transported within the work day the second was left out on the frozen river which broke that night beneath the building’s weight Crews were able to jack up the building let the ice beneath it refreeze and then move it to its place near St Bernard’s Catholic Church on Knight AvenueA new building replaced the recycled elementary school in 1949Preschool through fifth grades have always been taught at the school but some grade offerings have fluctuated with enrollment throughout the school’s history Teaching of grades seven and eight ended in 1969 and the school’s sixth grade class disappeared in the 1990s once Franklin Middle School was built in Thief River FallsThe school has openings in most of its classes save for its preschool and pre-kindergarten programs which consistently have waitlists Schantz said For the past few years total enrollment has hovered around 120 studentsOver the decades the school has adapted to changing needs with expansions to the building and repurposing of roomsThe phrase "Catholic school" may conjure the image of a more traditional classroom but Schantz said St Bernard’s has a number of technology offerings including computer lab and tablets available for student use"That’s a concern that we hear from the public" he said "We use the technology the exact same way as the public schools and that’s a big misconception that we don’t do those things or keep up on those things"A big goal for the school’s 90th year is to replace playground equipment damaged in a storm this past summer High winds wreaked havoc on Thief River Falls in August and St Bernard’s was not spared"I came to work that morning and I look out the window and our playset was flipped over the fence in pieces" Schantz saidSchantz the city parks and recreation department office are working on drawing up plans and cost estimates for the project""The other path is to take the more cautious approach, sponsored by Heitkamp, Northwest District Judge Daniel El-Dweek convicted Jessee in January of felony tampering with a public service, Drew Christensen, but the age is raised to 18 when it involves someone in authority,On the pavement.

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