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Page 2 Cloverdale Reveille March 13. 1991 I 00ovs G00RLS CLUB i Arbor Day celebration A place to go- II a way to grow! II includes planting oak trees b*b*b**,, r By Beverly Grafft, Program Dlrector_ . It has been a marvelous week at made binoculars. With the binocu- school, year-round at the Club- Jefferson School. iars and glasses, the smdeots had We are looking for a few good men and women to join the ranks of the fastest growing youth-guidance movement in the nation. The Boys & Girls Club. The Boys & Girls Club of Clover- dale invites community members in- terested in helping our children to join us as a Director on the Board. In just a little over 3 years, the Boys & Girls Club of Cloverdale has grown from an idea to a day-to-day program serving over 650 youth in Cloverdale. In addition, the Club now owns a 7,500 square foot building, employ- ees 7 professional staff and meets our community's need for an on- going youth development program. The Club is committed to building good citizens through everyday lead- ership and guidance in behavior and in attitude. It is our aim to help young people improve their lives by building self-esteem and develop- ing values and skills during critical pedods ofgrowth. Young people of all ages, back- grounds, income levels and person- alities join in wholesome recreation and companionshil3 before and after PJ's welcome at this reading party As part of the Books and Beyond Project at Jefferson School, Lihm'- ian Susan Lile is pla.nning at_other "Prime Time Reading Night" on March 15 in the Cloverdale High School Gymnasium. All of Jefferson's students are invited to come from 7-8:30 p.m. for a "Reading Night". Children must be accompanied by an adult. Children can come dressed in their pajamas, and bring their favor- ire blankets or sleeping bags. Members of the community will be reading books to them and these books can be counted as part of their Books and Beyond goal. house. These young people re- ceive information on health and physical fitness, are urged to achieve in school and receive guidance in behavior and vocational choices. But, most importantly, they know that meone cares and wants them to become active and happy citizens of Cloverdale and whereever they may live in the future. You can be that someone by join- ing the Boys & Girls Club as a member of the Board. The purpose of the Board is four fold: TRUSTEESHIP:. Includes safe- guarding and managing resources and being accountable to the com- munity. PLANNING: Determining where the organization must go to assure that it remains a viable part of the community. POLICY: To make decisions of this nature such as operational meth- ods, service clientele, budget, and proam thrusts. FUNDING: Primarily, it is the Board's responsibility to generate funds. Your involvement will guarantee the success of our efforts. You can help build a better future tomorrow by helping our children If you are interested in finding out more about the Boys & Girls Club, call Susie at the Club 894- 5063, or contact one of our current Directors. Currently, the dedicated commu- nity leaders who serve as Directors include: Louise Andersen, Richard Beckman, Dr. Ed Biery, Cindy Bogner, Joe Bowman, Jim Cotter, Dominic Fontana, Bob Fraser, Wayne Humphrey, Cindi Lands, Jeanne McCutchan, Daniel Pelle- grini, Richard Pcllegrini, Dr. Ran Schuster, Dorothy Smith, Dr. Clifford Snider, Martin Sutter and Norma Waller. The children celebrated Arbor Day by taking their Oak tree, home to plant. This project was started several months ago when the child- ren were provided with planter mix, planting tubes (obtained by Mrs. Susan Lile), and acorns. They have been watering and loving those scorns into small trees, which they have now taken home to plant. These trees will grow along with the children, and will someday be great oak trees and the children will be community leaders. The Kindergarten classes have started a unit on the five senses and have been studying the senses of touch and sight. Mrs. Polly Lile, one of the after- noon Kindergarten teachers, pro- vided a special "sensory walk" for her children by having them feel things around them with parts of their body other than their f'mgers. They touched things with their elbows, their cheeks, their knees and even their head. In class they had "touchy-feely" boxes, and also worked with a substance called "goop". Mrs. Michelon's class made glasses to wear and the students in Mrs. Schriner's, Mrs. Lile's, Miss Reiners' and Mrs. Short's classes the fun of walking around and seeing things from a much different perspective. Mrs. Conway has been having her third graders experience differ- ent parts of the Chinese New Year by making dragon puppets. They have also been studying about Luther Burbank as part of the Arbor Day study. This has been a busy week, also, for the Books and Beyond tally counters. Many sheets are bing completed and returned to the library. Remember, it is only two more w.ks! Mrs. Samperton, the reading teacher, has been assisting the third grade classes in making story books. The students have begin to be authors as they develop their own book. They will write the book and then illustrate it with their own pictures. When they are finished, they will share their books with others in the classroom. Coming events - Minimum day - March 1. The staff will be re- ceiving training on "Gang Pre- vention Activities". Parents - Keep coming - We need you and your support. Volunteers have more fun - Try it, you will like it! Jose, Christina & Wendie named Citizens of the Week Rm. #2A, Mr. Gregg's 5th grade, because the #1 Room in Cafeteria Competition this week by earning the most stars when they were picked as the quietest, most polite table during lunchtime. Their Citi- zens of the Week are Jose Cuevas, Christina Gil and Wendie Hall. Congratulations and thank you, Rm. 2A & Mr. Gregg for a job well done! Positive Yard Duty Behavior plays the teachers! Middle School Intramurals - The 6th grade Volleyball Tournament is in the Championship bracket with Team 1, Betty Liang's Team, and Team III, Heidi Yanglin's Team, serving the ice cream! Coming March 13, "Free Throw Contest", 20 shots. Student making the most baskets wins! This competition is for 6th, 7th & 8th grade students. Win- ner will be featured in the Yearbook and receive an award! Sign-up with Award Recipients are: 4th grade - Mrs.'Crider. 7th grade Volleyball Josh Harrison, Christina Macaston, sign-ups are now in progress. Please Henry Logan, and Amber Unciano, sign up only if ytou want to play! 5th grade - Tina Trask, Rebecca Ballroom Equipment Manage- Schaner, RayBarney, DavidBriseno ment of the Week is Mandy Gates. and Rabble Hulbert. Racketball Champion of the Week Intramural Sports - Rm. IA, Miss is Robert Yones. burgess' class and Rm. 3, Mrs. Si- Thank you Cioverdale Bowl and moneau's class are into their Cham- Sharon Ricetti for helping us earn pionship game in the 4th grade ftmds for our Volleyball Program ! Volleyball Tournament. Winner Contributed by Jolene Crider New Social Studies Textbooks Hardware Available At Partiopoting Ace Hordwore Stores MARCH 9 i 2 88 WHILE SUPPLIES LAST As Adverhsed On Notioti T V I 2965 6860 ] 63987 Laundry Basket Heavy duty plastic with rectangular design holds the heaviest loads with- out sagging or buckling. 1/= bushel capacity, in assorted colors. 3 99 13032 WHILE SUPPOE5 LAST 81227 Simple Green Let this multi-purpose cleaner do all ,s ,d,e,- On the work and get 33% free. Includes National TV t, igger sprayer. 32 oz. biodegrad- able concentrate. SUNSHINE MAKERS 6518 13800 All.Purpose Broom This 18" heavy-duty indoor/outdoor broom can handle the largest jobs. 8uitt to lost with metal support brace, 4" solid fill, 60" hardwood handle. 2 99 WHILE SUPPLIES LAST 4151 31860 Ace Clamp Lamp Add light when and where you need it. Great for garage, attic or base- ment 150 watt bulb. WHITE SUPPLIES LAST As Advertised On Nor,i TV. 84 SERIES 15786,87,88.89,90,91, 15859.62,65 Ace 5 Star Flat Latex Wall Paint One coat coverage at one low price. Spot resistant and washable finish. Custom colors higher. Sciaini's Hardware 124 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2165 Man-Sat 8:00-5:30 Sun 10-3:00 may be previewed at Library The Cloverdale Unified School District's Social Studies Curriculum Committee has placed in the Clove- dale Regional Public Library new Social Science Textbooks for adop- tion in Grade Levels K-8. for pubfic review until March 27 during regular library hours. The texts for each grade level will have to be read in the library. They may not be checked OUt A public meeting on the Social These texts, published by Science textbooks will be held at Houghton-Mifflin, Inc., are the only 7 p.m., Room 1A, Washington integrated K-8 series approved at School on March 27. The Clover- the present time by the California dale School Disltict Social Science State Board of Education. Curriculum Committee members, The text selections have been used with publishers' approval at Jefferson and Washington Schools with good student response. The faculties of both schools have requested school board adoption following the public review period. The texbooks will be on display administrators, representatives of Houghton-Mifflin Publishing and Social Science teachers will be pre.st to hear and respond to community questions. Contributed by Gary Giusso Social Science Mentor 1991 C.U.S.D. plllllllllllllllll | 1991 Cloverdale | l Phone Books are here .' ! The 1991 Ooverdale Phone Directories have arrived. I If you did not already receive one on your door step, you _ are wecome to stop by the Reveille office and pick one up any : weekday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. l The Reveille is located at 207 N. Cloverdale BlVd. i== == == == J == == == == == == == m == m == == m == m m J Septic Problems? Parent's Corner By Dick Johnson Parents can help their children with reading in a different ways. For example: I. Be a good listener; 2. Show genuine interest - your child has read; 3. Provide your child varying trips, shopping parks, etc.; 4. Read to your child often; the vision, hearing, and physical health of your child; 6. the use of the public library; 7. Build a home library of magazines; 8. Join a book club yourself, set an exam 9. Write letters to grandmothers, encourage pen pals; 10. Read signs; I I. Follow articles in newspapers, be a Charley 12. Utilize such games as Scrabble to stimulate reading interest in words. Be a Reader - Your Child will Follow Your Example! Date Rape is topic high school assem (The following is another in a continuing series of articles on Date and Acquaintance Rape being sub- mitred by students in Cloverdale High School's FHA-HERO group as part of their community outreach project for the year.) On Tuesday, March 5, Cloverdale High had an assembly about Date 'Rape. The speaker, Ms. Gallyot, ex- plained about rape and the different kinds of rape. When you are walking down the street and a guy whistles at you, it can be a form of assault, unless, of course, you like that kind of atten- tion. If you turned around and told him to stop and he continued whis- fling or speaking obscenely to you, then it IS a form of assaulL Another form of assault is if someone undresses you with their eyes, or if they rub their body against you while walking by (or standing in a crowded area). These forms of assault she told us about are not severe, but they could develop into something more severe. They demonstrate an attitude that is not healthy. That is why a girl or guy needs to give a strong indication that he/she is not interested in anything that person to anyone. Most rapes secret because the girl people will think she she brought it on may also think that reject her. In the assembly, we rape is not the victim's you are raped, it is get it out in the .can get help for yourself. to discuss so that you can get on own life. You also need to person who invaded You should not be you have been raped, talk to someone who stand, listen and The students at our had mixed feelings assembly. Most felt it while. All felt it was Some, particularly boys, to the philosophy that at fault! FHA-HERO Advisor mins, stated she was the result of the assembly. "FHA-HERO's main holding the assembly into the open this issue too often silendy ignored. is doing or saying, tainly did that!" Rape is something that should not Contributed by . be joked about. Rape can happen and Jessica Volleyball season begins at Washington Middle Sct The Middle School girls are pro- thatgenflemendoprevail. gressing into their Volleyball season has been asked for by with their fwst official action at Thanks guys, we aPt Comstock. Then they travel to help! Forestville March 12, 13 & 14 for a Parents & Teachers Tournament. The following week they will play at Brooke Haven in Sebastopol. The girls wish to thank the Ele- mentary "Elite Volleyball Club" for their fun competition, and also the 8th grade boys for their suPlx in a scrimmage game that showed with the Volleyball team play demonstrated sides. Thank you Parents & for your support and helped us get ready for Volleyball action! IN c o 1 * Professionally Prepared Tax Returns * In-Home Consultations * Daytime & Evening Appointments * Accurate, Courteous & Prompt ERICA LANE BOOKKEEPING & INCOME TAX 894-5477 5th year serving C[averdak/ Great,. 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