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October 1, 1980

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Washington School 00rq]ale High Sc 00ool nt dates Calendar )m School to parents, couege 10, Santa College, Adams will to seniors and special 9 - 12 a.m. October 15, with all Davis of Room Reports By C. L. PAULSEN are as follows: 1. Detention School Rules Under the Assertive Discipline program at Washington School, the faculty and administration have developed the following school rules: 1. Follow directions the first time as given by all school personnel. 2. Stay in assigned areas at all times unless instructed otherwise by school personnel. 3. Use all equipment properly. 4. No fighting, cussing, threatening or intimidating others. 5. No toys, radios, cameras, tape recorders or dangerous items. NO gum at all. No candy or other edibles on the school" grounds except at approved times. Inappropriate items will be confiscated and may be picked up in the school office by parents 6. No running or playing in the halls or playing in or around the restrooms. SEVERE CLAUSE fighting, violations of state laws, drugs, defiance of authority, destruction of materials. Consequences for violations of the above rules for 15minutes. 2. Detention for 30 minutes. 3. In school suspension for the r* mainder of that day and all of the following day. 4. Suspension for school for the remainder of that day and all of the following day. 16, we Fair" p.m. Over including (BYU, College of Idaho and others) will send representatives. Panels will be offered on Calif()rnia colleges (public and private), Santa Rosa Junior College op- portuaities, and a meeting on Financial Aid. All in- terested persons are in- vited. Monday, October 20, Santa Rosa Junior College Health Occupations Department heads will be here with latest and new requirements on admissions to the various health programs including Nur- sing, psychiatric, vet. aide, etc., an the testing dates for each. Parents and students are urged to take advantage of these opportunities as tae college-career scene is changing constantly. If a student violates the severe clause item three or four above will be invoked or a three to five day suspension may be issued depending on the nature of the offense. These rules have been devised to aid in the educational process at Washington School and to make it safer and more pleasant place to be. Please support the school and help the students learn. Student Council Students in the junior high will be campaigning for student council offices from September 29 through Oc- tober 3. The election will be held on October 7. The first student coulcil meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 8. Classroom of- School - Menu of many. excitbg moments el the 8th grade v. faculty football game at Pictm'ed from left to right are: Mr. Bob Fontana, Tim O,Hara, Craig Gimum, Mr. Claud Williams, and throwing a tremendous block, Mr. Fred Campbell. Man., Oct. 6 BBQ Pork on a Bun Cheese Stick Fries Fruit Ct)p  Pint Milk Tues., Oct. 7 Hot Turkey Sandwich Celery Stick Corn & Tomato Medley Purple Plums 12 Pint Milk Wed., Oct. Tacos w-salad Butt ered Corn P,ach Crisp Sticed French Bread 1., Pint Milk Thurs., Oct. 9 Bur'ritos Mixed Vegetables Roasted Peanuts Sliced French Bread Page 7- Cloverdale Shopper- October 1, 1980 Mrs. Ballard and her fourth grade "tribe" created these headdresses as a part otheirstudy on Indians. Photo by FrM Campbell. ricers will be elected on the morning of October 8. Field Trip The fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students will be visiting the Warm Springs Dam Project during the week of October 6-10. The purpose of the visit is to make this students familiar with the changes occurring in their immediate en- vironment. Monthly Bulletin In order to keep parents informed about events and curricula at Washington School, bulletins will be mailed to each student's household each month. Be looking for a copy soon! Friday Football On Friday, September 19, the junior high faculty competed against several eighth grade boys a tag Ray's MEATS & Delicatessen Monterey Jack Cheese football game. There were many exciting moments ii)' i ; ? 5 during this afterschool event, and despite a valiant effort on the part of the students, the faculty triumphed with a final score i of 12-0. Word has it that the young men are clamoring for a rematch and have some very tricky plays planned ! Boneless Chuck Roast We Now Have Milk Fed Veal Shortribs of Beef Texas Broil Jumbo Dinner Franks A/ways Fresh Fish CALL FOR QUOTES ON LOCKER BEEF Tues., Wed. & Thurs. Cloverdale FOOD CENTER Store Hours: Daily 7:.,0 am . 6:30 pm Sunday 9 am - 5 prn Free Delivery Every Day at 4 pm Prices Effective - Oct. 1 thru Oct. 5 '2 Pint Milk 138 E. First Street 894-2325 ,,  i"ri., Oct. ,0 //:- Baked Beans w-Weiners ii blitzes after ball carrier, Re. Denlk.ste. eitu:red from left to right iiii Large " ilii :i! Mike Finck, Ethan Wilde, Joey Hayes, Mr. Neel, Tim O,Hara, craig { .file rml and Mr. Ghluo slipping in from behind. Photo by Fred Bell Peppers 3S,00i00!i :i! J efferson School ,, some reface laookal, hooks for children. She put during their free time in the Celery ::00ii [ 5' ill . such as an encyclopedia, a on a workshop for three classroom. It is said, that if iii! Armour told you dictiotmry, and how to use hours and held the attention a child learns to read he or ::i: Vienn at an atlas, of every aide. In fact, it was she won't have time on their Fresh i::i:: a has been The students also learn oneof the best workshops hands to get into trouble So --.-a"*vt oolii geausa- e __AO itself. We such as where the contents This week all the kin- a book and read. We are 5OZ. tin to be are, who the author is, narne dergarten students took a here to help. ' i:i: so of the book, index, etc. So all walk to the public library. :. :::: _-_-_-__-_Z_-_-_-_-_-_-_--- ----f ------_--- ram---------_ can children, by the time they It was designed to help Thank you for the terrific Cabbage l De' Monte library areouto third grade, know .courage them toread and volunteer response in such, i!ii ! R.C. COLA I FRUIT most of the library skills, especially for parents who short time. If you haven't 'our most and can walk into any work, they can take their volunteered as yet, whynot Red iii ICOCKTA|L is always larger library and put their children to the public do it right now. Either call to help knowledge into action, library since they maintain the school at 3307 or the Grapefruit 5/1 oo 1"" i"z tin S5 at any In the library are con- evening and Saturday volunteer coordinator at comes to tained a anlal] collection of __ __ __ __ __ __----- . n rll la w iltours. 2o47 between five and seven. =,li=------i " library books for teachers to Every classroom has a Be a volunteer, you'll love daily use for themselves as well homey corner with special it! ).m. on as for use in their books, that they can go to Lemons Wed- n, for children to 8:30a.m. use during free time or Vf'l llrg Cl=OVlr'l=-, 'Jm'sday, special reading assign- in the ments. Large do not have Besides books, the library name a few, we have reality Peach es school to contains an aquarium of therapy, problem solving :::: books, flahandadisptayofabalone  ii therapy, marriage coun- ":.: or abells as well as many  Z., seling, family counseling, Large ::::!:!: Mush 1 69 are puppets which the teachers transactional analysis, 3900i!ii rooms Jefferson or chfldreu can use, view, psychoanalysis behavior- Nectarines etc.  ism, play therapy, and so .:.......................:..........:.:.:.:.:....:.!. t  mmry  the school year on and so forth. ' ....................................................... i'for flvemeetinparebeldatthe When considering the Seedless come in Sonoma County office of  ton c,,c,ous Grapes " * counseling and therapy, )iek up a Education in Santa Rosa for -- *' ,,   - =the the elementkry school think in terms of degree and Red Apples 49g Mctmd librarians at a wrk shop By BARBARA CLARY picture a line or continuum program.  meetings with counseling on one end Muscat /" [  to are workshop8 espeey Just as personality is not and therapy on the other, this for the sharing of ex- a static thing, neither is both overlapping in the  Grapes books,  perionces.  meetings counseling practice a middle. Delicious Id Apples , hear  are let up  conducted by constant. Current ideas and personThe counselOran is usually a GO en and Mtmya Sakoviek, the practices are changing and with MA degree Cantaloune ImRPet  M the Educatonal being modified; old stan- in psychology and-or  Department. This dard theories are re- counseling. The therapist is ) lady gave it workshop evaluated; and new ideas= most often a, psychiatrist the aides alst year , andshe theories, and procedures and sometimes a PhD Bananas ,,,oo Some wastmp. te knows more keep emerging and being psychologist with more Casaba about books, especially tried out. intensive training in both /n M=lons 1 a card e h l I d r n ' s b o o k s There are more schools of medicine and behavior the di/- than anyone else m Sonora, counseling and therapy theory. flCtim, County. Site is very methods than there are knowledgeable about all days in the week. Just to Continued on page iS