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May 14, 1980

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Wednesday, May 14, 1980 - Page 7 election called meeting by Site May Community to serve -' Present at, nominees by a of berg who on the shall recommend L apProval of the school improvement plan by the district board. 2. Review with the prin- cipal, teachers, other per- sonnel, and pupils the im- plementation of the school improvement program and to assess periodically the ef- fectiveness of the program. 3. Annually review the school improvement plan, establish a new school budget consistent with the Education Code, and if necessary make modifications in the plan to reflect changing im- provement needs and priorities. e Children from Connie Sumner's first grade class were taken on a tour of the City Hall last week with Councilman Steve Congdon explaining all phases of city government. An election of councilmen and mayor was held with the following students being elected by their classmates. Councilmembers" elected were Fred Cook, Tim Walker, Joe Mello and Denaire Grossman. Gall Bill. center, was elected mayor Photo by Janice. Joint bowling banquet The trophies have all been ordered. The time and date have all been set for the annual Joint Bowling Awards  Dinner Dance on May 31. ' This is the bowling event of i the year that winds up the winter league season when : all the trophies are awarded .... : to the 1st and 2nd place teams and their sponsors - the high game and series of each league along with the most improved bowler. John Rabellino is cooking the banquet again this year and from all past reports promises to be an excellent dinner, as usual. Music will be provided by The ThomlP son's Lone Star Group. In order to enjoy this fun filled evening - May 31st at the Citrus Fair contact Dave Pansley - George Wiget or Barbara Martin on purchase them at Cloverdale Bowl. Tickets are $7.50 each or $15. a couple. Or you may mail your reservations to Barbara Martin P.O. Box 182, Cloverdale Ca. 95425. From Jefferson School By DENA GAMBETTA This past week the teachers and the aides sponsored a farewell party for our custodian, Ken, who has been a dedicated employee for several years, and has left us only because he is going into a full time ministry. We are sorry to see you leave Ken, and shall miss your cheerful smile, and warm hello on campus each day for everyone. We wish you the best of everything in your new life. Mr. Estrada is now filling in for Ken, and we welcome Mr. Estrada to the Jefferson School staff. During the next few weeks each classroom at Jefferson School will be visiting the public library. Several of the classes have already gone for the visitation, to acquaint the students to the fine reading materials and other reading fun things being offered by our public library for the students during the summer time, and of course to en- courage the children to check out books and read. You'd be surprised, said an expert, if a child only reads fifteen minutes a day, he-she will be come an excellent reader. By the way, Susan Lile our outstanding librarian, at- tended a county librarian's meeting at the office of Education last Wednesday. All librarians are required to meet once a month. While she was there she checked over all the new books and reading materials, she also purchased some books for our Jefferson School library for next year. She also checked out the films, tapes and other library and reading materials that the county has to offer to the schools in this area. Mrs. Tindall was the librarian for the day at Jefferson School while Susan was gone. Connie Sumner's first grade class this week went on a field trip to the police department and the City Hall. The Police Department was most kind and gracious to show the children the jail, finger printing machine, and other police equipment, so that each child experienced the City of Cloverdale's Police office. Then they went to the City Hall, and received a water bill, which in action, the students paid, and this gave them the experience that their parents go through bi-monthly in paying their water bill. They were also shown the council chambers, and were privileged to sit in the council chairs, and know what a City Council does, at least physically when they hold their meetings. Each child received from the police department a name tag made of metal for them to keep and take with them as a memento of their visit to the Police Department. Don't you think it is neat that our students at Continued on page 9 ii Liquor, Wine & Beer Young and Keith Lersine played music of the Renaissance on ts at Washington School Wednesday, May 7. School Reports ( Variety Savings and taught at colleges, Keith Renaissance fairs, early One Local as the music workshops and Played historical exhibitions. 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