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Page 10. Cloverdale Revel,e. August 27. 1997 SCHOOL and a quarter early on Mondays to give teachers common plan- ning time. This year, that has been cut, and Fourth-sixth grades will meet from 7:55 am to 2:10 pm and 7th and 8th graders will meet from 8 am to 2:37 pm. This year, students will take advanced math (Math A and al- gebra) at Washington School in- stead of the high school. 8th graders and qualified seventh graders will still go to the high school for physical ed, and wood- shop and home economics elec- tives. Washington School is offering an afternoon computer lab, Con- flict Mediation Program, Ven- ture Counseling Groups; a GRIP Youth Coordinator (gang pre- vention); a Prevention Program and Family Life that deal with refusal skills and adolescence. The college skills course for adults wascancelled due to low enrollment. The California Parenting In- stitute is scheduled for a fall and spring Parenting Education Se- ries at Washington School. New teachers include Cheri Phelan with six years teaching experience in Oregon and Utah who will teach 4th grade; Melis- sa Katsus from the West Contra Costa School District with nine years teaching experience, 4th grade; Candace Kelly of the Bell- flower Unified School District (Southern California) with four years teaching experience, 5th grade; Anna Pasquini of Clover- dale, with four years teaching experience at Windsor, and who was involved with student teach- ing with Mrs. Romaine, 4th-5th shared classroom; Tamara Rose of New York, two years teaching experience, 7th grade general math; and Rina Gertsley of Ne- vada with two years experience, 6th grade. These teachers are filling positions left by teacher transfers to higher grade levels and to Jefferson School. A new co-ed soccer program willbe started atthe school Sept. 7, and 7th and 8th graders will play other schools in the county. Cloverdale High School Cloverdale High School class- es begin at 8 am for grades 9-12. Every day, the first and second periods will remain the same, but periods three-seven will ro- tate. Each day one of those class- es will not meet and the length of class time for those classes that do meet will increase, benefit- ting classes with labs like biolo- gy and chemistry. Tuesday through Friday, stu- dents will take advantage of a half hour tutorial after second period. They can meet with teachers in small groups on a one-on-one basis for extra help, make-up tests, etc. New classes are being offered" at CHS this year, including as- tronomy and geology taught by Mr. Anderson; and Mr. Gastineau will teach geography as part of the spoke program for freshmen. CHS now has a computer in every classroom for teacher and student access. All will be tied into the Internet. A new phone system will also be up and run- ning a couple weeks after school opens. There will be voice mail for all of the teachers, and an automated reception so parents can dial to wherever they want- -administration, counseling, etc. A phone will also be provided in every classroom to assist in emer- gency type situations. Three new teachers have been hired, Peggy Trimble, a Clover- dale High graduate who will teach Spanish I and ESL pro- grams and a Spanish elective at Washington; and Mary Beth Kelly will teach physical ed part- time. She was a PE aid for the school last year on a full time basis and taught previously at Ursuline. Barbara Clearey will be the special day class teacher. FHA-HERO upcoming Region Meetings. Re- gion 5 encompasses the north. ern California costal area from Santa Clara to Humboldt Coun- ty! The Fall Region Meeting will have approximately 150 mem- bers participating from about 20 schools. 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