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page 2 Cloverdale Reveille March 27. 1991 I 00/BOYS & GIRLS CLUB: Two Jennife A place to go- Jl r.s.and Serafin a way to grow! I] are named Clt,zens of the Week By Beverly Grafft, Program D_ Era. 7, Mrs. Smith's 4/5 Com.,.. the "Elite" Volleyball Club won became the #1 Room in Cafeteria "the irgamewith Rm. 3, the4thgrade 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 Jennifer Fairchild, Jennifer Templeman and Serafin Rosas. Congratulations and thank you Rm. 7 & Mrs. Smith for a job well done. Positive Yard Duty Behavior Award Recipients are: 4th grade - Julie Craig, Erica Shipley, Rachael Mancini, Santiago Chavez, Serafin Rosas, Stacy Wilson, Travis Woos- Icy, Jennifer Fairchild, Amanda Plumley and Stephanie Lopez. Intramural Sports - Mr. Gregg and Champs. Rm. 3 said that's okay be- cause they were already Champs! That ended the Volleyball compe- tition and now Softball teams are waiting for the field to dry! Middle School Intramurals - Bas- ketball Free Throw Champs - Con- gratulations to the 8th grade winner, Fred Naredo - 9 out of 20. Congratulations to 7th grade win- ner Andy Richards - 12 out of 20. Congratulations to the 6th grade winner David Bowen - 13 out of 20 Winners received awards, rib- bons and candy. Their pictures will also be in the Yearbook. Ballroom Equipment Manager of the Week is Danielle Osborn. MEMBERS OF THE MONTH- Cadet Nicole Farner, Junior Alex McNuhy, Senior Joe Woolen. Not pictured: Intermediate Cadi Mazzanti. The Club wishes to welcome and introduce our new staff member, Betty Garcia Pattexson. Betty has joined the Club as our new Latchkey Director and will be responsible for children involved in the before and after school child care program. The Latchkey Program is a joint program with the Cloverdale Uni- fied School District and has been in operation since last Fall. Betty brings to the Club a strong educational background and over 8 years of professional youth work experience. She hokh a B.A. in Sociology, an AA degree in Early Childhood Education, and has advanced credentials in Counseling Skills and Bilingual Education. She has worked in a variety of organizations that help youth im- prove their self esteem, educational values and vocational skills. She has worked as a Group Home Man- ager for delinquent adolescent boys as a Special Education Assis- tant and a Home School Counselor with the Santa Barbara School District. For the last four years, Betty has been Program Manager with the Big Brother/Big Sister Programs in Santa Barbara. Betty and her husband, Ed, are fairly new residents of Cloverdale and we proudly welcome them to our community. Please feel free to stop by the Club and meet Betty. If you would like more information about the Latchkey Program for child care before and after school, please call 894-5063. The Club will continue this ex- tended child care program during the tmmmer in addition to our after- noon drop-in program. Also, don't forget to mark your calendar for 2 p.m, this Saturday, March 23, at the Club. W will be proudly presenting the children's play "Sleeping Beauty". Profes- sional actors will bring this live stage play to Cloverdale. Admission is only 50 or 5 aluminim cans. Parents and children are invited to the Club to enjoy the magic of live theatre[ Also coming up is our Nike Hot Shot Basketball Contest. Prizes and fun. Call Mike for more infoI Used for ating or printing, potatoes can be interesting It has been a terrific week at Jeff- erson Farm. The second graders all had pota- toes for their St. Patrick's Day Cele- bration. They baked the potatoes and added toppings to make a snack. Mrs. Hutcheson's class used pota- toes to do printing. They carved them, dipped them in tempra paint, and then painted pictures with the printing method. Also in Mrs. Hutcheson's class, the children have been making a scrapbook of articles, pictures and other items they bring to school. They are on their fifth notebook. It will be of great interest to the chil- dren at the end of the school year when they are able to look back and see the interesting things they've collected all year. The children in Rm. 7 learned how to plant their oak trees so that they would survive the first year. Added to the educational program of planting, they also made maps to show the exact locations of their trees. On Tuesday and Wednesday, all the children auended the Sonoma County Fairgrounds for "Ag Day". It was an opportunity for the students to see the animals, farm equipment and even, real, live milking! Remember - spring break begins next week. School will resume April 8. Have a nice Easter! Contributed by Dick Johnson Books an :1 stories shared at Prime Time Reading night Friday Night's "Prime Time Read- ing" was a huge success. Approximately 250 adults and children gathered in the high school gymnasium to spend an evening enjoying books, seeing a movie and eating snacks. Jefferson School's "Books and Beyond Reading Night" was a moved to a larger facility due to the increase in student population (530 students). Several celebrities read to the children, and for their continued support and giving of themselves to the Jefferson Program, they were presented with a White Teddy Bear. Our thanks go to Fireman AI Delsid and Reveille Editor Mary Jo Winter. Mrs. Susan Lile, organizer and designer of this program, would like to thank all the parents who came to read and participate with their children in this great evening. Contributed by Dick Johnson [ Washington Sch Students of the Washington School has named the following Students of the Week for the week of March 18. Elementary School Christina Gil is a very conscien- tious student. She turns all her work in on time. Also Christina is the best of friends. She is loyal and very helpful. Christina is well liked by all. Jennifer Woods would be a great addition to anyone's class. She is a hard worker and always tries her besL Jennifer is quiet and a little shy so it can be hard to get to know her, but it is worth the effort! Wayne Plass enjoys the computers and loves dolphins. He is always willing to help around the classroom and usually has a good story to share with the class. He is a very caring person. Jessica Brass is a very helpful person. She quiefly helps keep our room neat and clean. When we need quiet attention in the room, she is one of the fwst to comply. She has a delightful smile and is a pleasure to see each day. Joey Buckingham had a very suc- cessful week. His assignments were completed and his class attitude was good. Beth Spingola works hard on all assignments and does well. She can be counted on to help her classmates. She is a lovely human being! Scan Mangosing was the most improved! Chris Lands is an all around out- standing citizen and excellent stu- dent He is helpful in the classroom and is a cheerful person to be around. Victoria Middleton is a high spir- ited person who is very interested in issues of fairness. She enjoys Drama and has performed in plays for our class. She knows about the Montes- sori Educational Method and always has a fresh perspective to share with the class. Middle Chris Green has lot of effort into week. signments. Chris has a teacher or oth Sequoia Medina is girl. She participates rally in many Student Council. sense of fun like to be around. Abram cellent student! Vet effort! crate with leadership Toni Angeli has very hard in class. homework regularly ages other students in theirs. Toni is doin balancing her school ties and her ties. to dim! to concentrate in of his homework. 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