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Page 8, Cloverdala Reveille, January 15, 1997 eel SaSa00i ,, thzs Fnday, January 17th at 7 30 llJTAnd Washlngton School Students of the Week of Nov. 20-27, 1996. Students of the Week are selected by thelr homeroom teachers for their cltlzenshlp and effort. Students of the Week for the 4th through 5th grades were Naul Barragan, Jessica Edens, Mac Butler, and Leslle Baeza. Students of the Week for the 6th through 8th grades were Chris Lemley and Rebeca Zunlga. Wednesday's ..... 7pm HOPLAND l SHO'KA-WAH -  CASINO Take Hwy 101 to Hwy 175 in Hopland 707/744-1395 JANUARY IS COURAGE MONTH Jefferson Reading Safari's Value Theme for the month of January is "Courage". At the K 1 Assembly last Friday, stu- dents were treated tea visit from an expert on the subject of cour- age, none other than "The Cow- ardly Lion" from W Oz. Linda Pardini reprised her role of two years ago when she starred in the CARE Founda- tion's production. Mrs. Pardini, aka Cowardly Lion, arrived in the cafeteria trembling with fear and weep- in because she had no courage. Students gave suggestions about how they could cheer her up and make her brave. They told her knock-knock jokes and gave her compliments to boost her self-esteem. It was so cute to see the children really accepting Mrs. Pardini as the true Cowardly Lion and help her out. They remembered scenes from the movie such as where the lion takes Tote and Dorothy has to slap him on the nose. The Lion and the children had a great time reminiscing. Linda then sang If I Only Had the Nerve. accompanied by Paula Gilbert on the piano. The students begged her for an encore. Before she left the assembly, students got a chance to pretend they were Dorothy, The Scarecrow, the Tinman and Tote, walking • down the Yellow Brick Road to the chant, "Lions and Tigers and Bears, oh my!" We all sang Follow the Yellow Brick Road as she skipped out. She will be skipping back this week for the 2 - 3 Courage As- " sembly. Thanks to Linda for her acting talents, Paula for her musical ability and Rags to Witches for costume rental. NEW STAFF ON CAMPUS Jefferson Safari welcome new members of our trek. We are happy to have Mrs. Pare Barney taking over as long term sub in Mrs.Jonni Conway's #17 class. Mrs. Susie Rege is student teach- ing with Mrs. Fran Domenich- .elILfor the next few week Mrs. Melisa Perlenfein is subbing as an Instructional Assistant in Mrs. Trish Healey's and Mr. David Joslyn's rooms. MARK YOUR CALENDARS!! Friday, January 17-Play Jefferson Cafeteria Monday, January 20 Martin Luther King Holiday-NO SCHOOL January Mathland WorkshopTBA getting any younger Friday, January 31 Inservice Day-NO SCHOOL p.m. in the Jefferson School NAPS---The splendid ter ldonday, February 3 multi-purpose room. This pre- of Hong Kong will be much: Inservice Day-NO SCHCOL sentation is sponsored by Mr. news during 1997. July first Thursday, February 13- Harwood's K/I Class. Ticket an historic occasion as Hong l Citrus Fair Holiday-NO SCHOOL prices are $1.00 each. If you reverts back to China after  Friday, February 14-Citrus Fair already have tickets, present than 150 years of British rule. h===== Holiday-NO SCHOOL them at the door. Under a unique arrangel Monday, February 17- CITRUS FAIR TICKETS referred to as "One Country, Citrus Fair Holiday-NO SCHOOL Citrus Fair Tickets are now Systems," Hong Kong, as a Admimstrative Region available in the Jefferson School BRAINWAVE office. A book of 28 tickets costs Brainwave is a County-wide $10.00. Come and get yours fundraiser for schools. It has early! 10% of the proceeds goes been very successful in the past. towards field trips at Jefferson Last year, thousands of dollars School. were brought in by Santa Rosa SCHUSTER LUMBER area schools. The difference be- TRUCK VISITS tween this fundraiser and oth- Mr. Schuster, Schuster Lure- • ers is that it focuses on a child's ber Company, brought one of his academic growth, logging trucks to school last Fri- Each classroom develops a set day for Kindergarten students returnsTravelerSto Chinat° Hongin 1997K°ngwillt of questions that coincides with to view. He talked to the chil- far fewer changes than  Sy C curriculum. Students work in dren about thinning trees and may have believed, j Pickup groups to answer these ques- how they grow slower and grow tionson Brainwave Day. Funds bigger if thinned. Here are a few facts ai 0U are raised through pledges col- Loggers replace the trees that what the future will hold for] lected by the students based on theylogby replanting. Children dents and visitors in Hong m,Fr_t J numbers of correct answers, were allowed inside of the truck in 1997 and beyond: i o • English will remain a! Don't Each classroom chooses a non- to view the cab and they saw the official language. ; Servic, profit organization to receive ten logs on the trucks! Mr. Schuster • Visa requirements willJ percent of the money raised in answered many questions that the same as under British s the classroom. Fifty percent will students had about the truck eignty. U.S. citizens, for exa]tO do not need a visa if their s.t F J go directly to the classroom. We want to thank Mr. Schuster 30 days or less. The only diu r tu Thirty-six percent will go to the C.A.R.E. Foundation to be dis- for his time and educating the ence will be that the Chi._ tributed in the form of grants to children abouthisbusiness. Kin- rather than the British consff -"-= be spent on the children through- dergarten students are study- will accept the applications. out the district. Four percent ing transportation during the • The Hong Kong dollar "€ goes to Brainwave Organization month of January. This was a remain a separate, internati¢ to cover their costs, great lesson about trucks! ly-recognized currency, link 89Z The Brainwave Kick-off will ROLLER BLADE the U.S. dollar. be held on February 12th at Jef- SAFETY ASSEMBLY • The legal and judicial sy m====== ferson School. Brainwave Bob FHA-HERO'smainprojectthis based on English Common andAcademicAl,theBrainwave yearistrafficsafety. HighSchool will be maintained, ensuringt-; suffer dudes will be visiting as- students have been doing an tinued recourse to trusted n@-? '" ' semblies to encourage students admirable job of planning and of litigatiOnTo learnandmore,rulevisit°f laW.the REFECLE implementing traffic safety cur- site at http://www.hkta.org $10 to participate in Brainwave. riculum m selected classrooms. Each classroom's non-profit or- Teachers are very pleased with ganization will be represented the professional preparation and and they will explain to the chil- dren what their organization presentation of these FHA- does for the community. HERO students. Kindergarten through Third We are in desperate need of a Graders were treated to an ex- parent volunteer for each class- room who will be responsible for citing and informational Roller tallying results on Fridays sim- BladeSafetyAssemblylastweek. ilar to what has been done for A world famous Roller Blade Camp instructor demonstrated About 97 percent of Books and Beyond. Please let tricks, but emphasized safety, water is found in oceans. your teacher know if you can She made sure students under- help. Look for more information stood the necessity, fqr,elmets_ ¢ominghomewithyourstudents. and other protectiy, gear. Stu- MATHLAND WORKSHOP dents participated in a review of Neighbor: "One The Jefferson Site Council is presenting a Mathland Work- their responsibilities as a roller are commanded to shop in January. Teachers will blader, as ourselves, and who beleangpresentatonsthatwill She reminded the students all he knows explain thismathprogTam. Sev- that when they are on roller eral classrooms at Jefferson blades, it makes them special, make us SchooluselYkathlandandresults They are not a pedestrian or a --Ambrose of student progress will be ex- bicyclist yet they have wheels plored at this workshop. Look and are on the sidewalk. 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