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t Page 16Wednesday, May 26, 1982 Washington School By CL.Paulson Benefit Dinner .Mr. Pearl and the Washington Wrestlers are planning a lurid raisina dinner and movie on June third. The money raised at this dinner ill complete the funds needed for the purchase of a new wrestling mat. This mat will be used by all P.E classes in grades four through eight for tumbling and gymnstics as well as being used b,' the wrestlers. The chicken teriyaki barbeque will be held at Washington School on June third from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The dinner will be followed by an awards presentation and the show- ing of a family movie. The school is hoping for the generous support of the community in this endeavor. Tickets for the delicious dinner are $4 and $5 and may be purchased from any wrestler or Mr. Pearl. Join in this evening of family fun and delicious food, Testing In order to assess student pro- gress teachers in the fourth through sixth grades have been giving CTBS post tests The stu- dents are tested in the fall and in the spring, and their progress is measured, The seventh and eighth graders will also be taking their post tests in reading, math and language during the next two weeks. Day Away The eight graders who are eligible will be participating in the annual "day away" from school on Tuesday, June I. the students will be traveling by bus to Morton's Hot Springs for a day of fun in the SUn. Track and Field The Washington School track team ended its season with a stunning victory at the St. Mary's Invitational Track Meet last Tues- day. Cloverdale competed against Pomoiita, Windsor, St. Mary's. Mountain Meadow, and Baechtal Grove (Willits) and won the meet decisively! Students from all grade levels participated and did an outstanding job. Team members aidilng in the victory were J,D. Williams. Scott Kirn, Joey Simili. Renee Wachholz. Diane Gill. Sta- cey Webster. Hydee Hagan. Yury Miller, Shawn Padgett, Michael Agnew, Paul Cserep, Kristy Kemp, Kristen Turner. Gina Colin. Jenna Thompson, Amber Isakson, David Wilson, Ran Marincic. Wayne Shepherd, Jason Nichols, LaVon Ball, Jonna Robinson, Kim Hagan, Wendy Mellon, Judi Man- neymaker, Angela Wachholz, Ann Villagomez, Tina Mankin, Jim Reed, Kevin Goebel, Scott Wil- liams, Shelly Kirn, Sheri Brassel, Wendy Thompson. Debbie Dalbec, Laura Danner, Deana Zagonzes, and Tina Baumqardner. Minimum Day Tuesday, June 1 will be a minimum day for all sixth and seventh grade students so that teachers can schedule students into their classes for next year. This scheduling is an important tool in aiding student learning. On June 1 sixth and seventh graders will be dismissed at one o'clock. Busses for these students will run at one o'clock, and they will run at the regular time for the fourth and fifth. Noontime News Mr. Melton's fifth grade has advanced with a win over Mr. Miller's room and is now playing Mrs, Smith's class for the fifth grade softball championship. Mrs. Lepere's sixth graders became softball champions by de- featling the challenge of Ms, Burke's room. Mrs. Smith's Room 7 was , number one room in the cafeten, last week. Congratulations go to them and their citizen of the week Jimmy Bowerman. The eighth graders held their annual car wash to raimonell for their graduation party. Miss Burgess' class practiced the ancient Indian art of sand painting last week. Pictured here with their projects arefl to R) Jasonnnn Stocking Jenni Staley, Eric Hamiltonn, Amy Wallace, J.D. Williams, Regina Ferrero, Andy Deinnes, and Dennis McAvog. 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