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i t L :t i i  i iii:)i Pae 2 Cioverdale Reveille ADril 17. 1991 Boys & Girls Club Members of the Month Cloverdale Boys & Girls Club Members of the Month for March are (front) Cadet Jill Burdecki, Junior Cheryl Stone and Intermediate Eric Selherg. ord Nelson Hair Design rl I INTRODUCTORY OFFER MEN, WOMEN & Reg. $800 CHILDREN'S i HAIRCUTS Now $5 (Flat tops extra) offer ezm 4130m _, i Perms $35 & up- SENIOR SPECIALS Perms (Haircut included) $29,95 Haircuts (Men & Women) $7 Shampoo/Set $7 233 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-9424 I II I parentmeacher Conferences at I  / Washington this Friday & Monday A place to go- a way to grow! Parents, this Friday, April 19, and Please call the school (894-2532) sy su teach, next Monday, April 22, are noh'#- before Friday to set a conference dent inservice days at Washingtohtime. -.....: School. These days have been re- served for Parent/Teacher Confer- ellces. The schedule is as follows: Elementary. Grades 4-5 Parents, your child should have brought home a Parem/Teaher Con- ference notice by this time. Parents are m complete the form and return it with their child by Thurs., April 18. Please make every attempt to make your conference time. Call the school ff you absolutely cannot attend at the scheduled time. Middle School. Grades 6-8 Frj Parents can meet with their child's teachers by ap- poinunent only (8 am. - 3:15 p.m.) \\; Monday. April 22: Parents may meet with their child's teachers on a drop-in basis from 2-5 p.m. Parents are also encouraged to pick up their child's report card and meet with teachers from 6-8 p.m. in the multi- purpose room. These conference days provide parents with a great opportunity to meet with teachers and discuss their child's educational welfare. Please take advantage of this important occasion. If you have any questions regard- ing your child's conference times, please call the school as soon as possible. Contributed by Gene Lile Site Council nominees sought for Wa00;llington School Parents who are interested in their child's education can now have an opportunity to get involved in the School Site CounciL Nominations are presently being accepted for several openings on the Council at Washington School. Please call Principal Marc. Mager if you would like your name added to the ballot (894-2532). All nominations must be in by Friday, April 26, 199 I. The role of the Council is to: 1) Delop and recommend the School Improvement Plan; 2) Review with the principal, teachers, other personnel, and pupils the implementation of the school improvement program and to assess periodically the effectiveness of the program; 3) Annually review the School Improvement Plan, establish a new school budet consistent with Ed. Code, and, if necessary, make modi- fications in the plan to reflect chang- ing improvement needs and priori- ties. Voting for these vacancies will take place in May so that the Site Council will be ready to go in Sep- tember when school reopens. Many activities planned during National Boys & Girls Club Week The Boys & Girls Club of Clover- dale will join 1100 other Boys & Clubs across the nation to cel- ebrate National Boys & Girls Club Week, April 21-27. Six hundred fifty Cloverdale youth will join over 2 million mem- bers nationwide celelmuing their involvement in Boys & Girls Club programs. Here, locally, the Club plans to prtanote members and their accom- plishments through a variety of dif- ferent events during the week. Jocelyn Heater and members II I" Pr;gnant? @ Lot,king for prenatal care ch):ser to home? .......... -Get a good start! REDWOOD MIDWIFERY SERVICE NOW HAS AN OFFICE AT THE COPPER TOWERS FAMILY HEALTH CENTER IN CLOVERDALE SERVICES PROVIDED INCLUDE: * Free Consultation * Childbirth classes and sibling preparation * Teen clinic and classes " / * Breastfeeding support * Family centered prenatal careand hospital delivery by certified nurse mid-wives * Sensitive care in consultation with physicians CERTIFIED NURSE-MIDWIVES ARE: * Registered nurses with advanced training in matemalfmfant health care * OB/GYN nurse practitioners * Experts in the care of normal childbearing women and newborns * Nationally certified and licensed by the State of California MEDI-CAL AND INSURANCE ACCEPTED Call for free consultation 707-579-4420 I I I Ill I who arc m the Homework Help Program will be doing "Reading Rainbow" and videotaping their performance. Mary Pellegrini and the Art De- partment have a special day of "Art in the Park" planned. The Torch Club is a leadership club of members 12-14 years old. One objective of the Club is to in- volve youth in community service projects. They will lauch theft first Gang Prevention Project during Boys & Girls Club Week by re- moving graffiti from the Sears Store and the Treasure Cove Pizza buildings. Friday, April 2601, the Club will hold its first Annual A,ards Banquet to recognize 46 youngste who will receive citizenship and leader- ship awards. These members and their families will enjoy a spagl-Ati feed during the awards ceremony. The highlight of the evening will be the announcement of the Clo- verdale Boys & Girls Club's first official "Youth of the Year". Youth of the Year is the highest honor a Club can present to an older member. Criteria used for selecting youth who will go on in competition both statewide and na- tionally includes: community serv- ice, academic achievements, Club and school involvement, home and family roles, spiritual values and obsticles overcome. Judges will meet with candidates for judging Wed., April 17th. This year's volunteer judges will be Clo- verdale School Board President Jim Gunnink, Reveille Editor Mary Jo Winter and Boys & Girls Club Direc- tor" Martin Sutter. The community is invited to visit the Club during Boys & Girls Club Week and celebrate with "the Club that beats the streets". The SMART MOVES program 8ot underway m Mrs. grade class last Friday and will continue for 10 weeks. Leadert above are ( I- r) Beverly Graft, Senga D ipple, Luis R amir ez, and Tonya Giusso. The 2rid Annual Bowl-a-Thon, spmumxl by Pellegrini Chevron and Cloverdale Bowl, is underway. This Bowl.a-Thon will benefit the Clo- verdale Boys & Girls Club's anti- drugs programs. We invite you to participate - to have fun bowling a couple of games and help our young people remain drug-free. Pick up sponsor sheets at Pelle- grini's, Cioverdale Bowl or the Boys & Girls Club. Ask your friends to sponsor you and then howl against drugs, either thru your league or on Saturday, May 4. Beginning last Friday and continu- ing for the next 10 weeks, the Boys & Girls Club will be presenting "SMART MOVES" with Mrs. Giusso's sixth grade class. SMART MOVES is a drug and alcohol prevention program which gives young people straight-for- ward information about the harmful effects of drags. The program teaches resistance skills roll say NO to drugs. Two Dipple and Luis Ramirez, and community volunW helping our young SMART MOVES in be drug free. SMART MOVES is nationwide program from Girls Club of America. The Club will he team to participate in Empire Junior Track I Ith, in Santa Rosa. Nine events can be entered by girls, ages 8 to 18. Lunch, ribbons and will Club. If you are being on the team, call at 894-5063. Don't about Nites Tuesday and at the Club from 7-9 p.m. is for kids School Board signs opposing suspension of The Board of Trustees paased a Resolution last week calling for the state not to suspend Proposition 98, the school funding initiative. Signed by all members of the Board, it will be fmwarded to Governor Pete Wilson, with copies to all Northern California slate legislators. County Schools Superintendent has noted that the proposed 1991-92 state budget "places virtually every Sonoma County school district in a place where significant program and staff reductions will be re- quired." Mr. Adams urges school boards, udminsuators, staff and communi- ties to work cooperatively to effect reductions which reIfect solutions that best meet the needs of the stu- dents. "It will take a pro-active, positive approach by county if we hope the current budget trend', i "It is clear that the in fact suspend Prop. Numerous budget are currently have a devastating impact . is provided students, but lively affect our school Mr. Adams urges all parents, teachers and islators suspension of Prop. 98. "Remember, responsibility is to students in our schools very best education we can. 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