Pizza, Pizza  --  

Rosalie Schuneman, food service director for Belle Plaine schools, brought another tray of a popular meal, pizza, to the school hot lunch line at the elementary school lunchroom in April of 1987.
Pizza, Pizza -- Rosalie Schuneman, food service director for Belle Plaine schools, brought another tray of a popular meal, pizza, to the school hot lunch line at the elementary school lunchroom in April of 1987.
Belle Plaine High School juniors and seniors were given a glimpse of what the post-prom party scheduled for the wee morning hours of May 9 would be like. Parents and other people from the community had been planning the party since November. “This is a gift,” Kay Halbmaier told the students. “Parents, grandparents and community members have donated a lot of time, energy and money to this.” The party, the first of its type in Belle Plaine, would be held at the high school after prom around 12:30 a.m.
The Belle Plaine High School hot lunch program was picking up steam, with an average of 530 students eating lunch at the school everyday. The 530 number accounted for five out of every eight students. Tickets cost 90 cents for elementary students, 95 cents for secondary and $1.70 for adults (teachers).
The BPHS boys’ track and field team won a triangular meet at Jordan. Belle Plaine had 78 points, followed by Jordan with 59 and Montgomery 32. Individual first places for the Tigers were turned in by Scott Hennen in the shot put, David Jeffrey in the discus and Rick Zellman in the 3200 run.
The Tiger girls track and field team also won a triangular in Jordan with 74 points. Montgomery had 48 and Jordan 42.