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October 8, 1980

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Page 8 Wednesday, October, 8, 1980 000uth Washington School Reports By C. L. PAULSON dollar that must be spent to repair vandalism and Vandalism destruction is a dollar that Washington School was cannot be used to improve attacked by vandals on the the educatonal quality of the night of September 30. school. The irresponsible Seventeen plate glass actions of a few are windows were shattered by damaging the school en- large rocks, and furniture vironment for everyone. and walls were damaged. Solutions must be sought by Although this is the first everyone to prevent this major case of vandalism at senseless destructon of an Washington during the attractive and effective school term, it is one of learning environment. many which occurred more and more frequently in Canoeing and recent years. The cost for Water Safety the latest destruction is The junior high swim- approximtely $750. In the ming program has been last two or three years greatly aided this year by many expensive cameras the Trowbridge Canoe Co. and much valuable science This local business equipment has been stolen generously loaned the in addition to extensive school two canoes with damage being done to the paddles and 32 life vests for buildings' exteriors. Every their work in water safety. Students practices rescues using life vests and paddles as well as over- turning their canoes and then turning them right side up again. Students also brought old clothes and attempted to disrobe in the water and make floats using their garments. The recent heatwave has made these water activities even more enjoyable than usual for everyone. Progress Reports Many of the junior high students received progress reports during the week of September 29 through October 3. These notices informed students and parents of the student's progress in their classes at this half-way point in the quarter. Report cards may be picked up by parents during parent conferences. Junior high parent con- ferences will be held on Wednesday, November 5, from 1: 30 to 5 and 6 to 8:30 p.m. The fourth, fifth, and sixth grades will have their conferences beginning Novemer 5, 6 and 7 and continuing November 12, 13and 14. Parents of fourth, fifth and sixth graders will have individually scheduled conference times. Great Pumpkin The annual "Great Pumpkin" contest will be held for fourth, fifth and sixth grade students on Friday, October 31. The pumpkin categories are best carved, best decorated, Mrs. Giusso supervises one P.E, class as they practice water safety in canoes loaned by W. C. Trowbridge. Paddling are Robert Gearhart, Terra Upton, and Tom Sproule. Photo by Fred Campbell. Mr. Campbell's seventh grade photography class learns about darkroom techniques. Pie- tared from left to right are Marianne Ogle, l)ebbie Dalbec, Andrea Young, Yon Ringstrom, Karen Lyle, Andrea Moore, and Sandra Botkin. Photo by Fred Campbell. Cloverdale School Menu . Monday, Oct. 13 Hamburger Pattie Sweet Potatoes & Pineapple Cheese & Celery Sticks Bread & Butter At)lesauce Pint Milk Tuesday, Oct. 14 Weiners in BBQ Sauce Fluffy Rice Oven Baked SPinach Scotch Bread FndW Jello Pint Milk Wednesday, Oct. 15 Pizza Garden Salad Sliced Peaches Chocolate Cake Pint Milk Thurs. Oct. 16 Chicken Salad Sandwich Potato Salad Celery Sticks Fruit Crisp Pint Milk Friday, Oct. 17 Chili Beans Cole Slaw Purple Plums Corn Bread Pint Milk Free movies at the Library Three action-packed short films will be shown at the Cloverdale Library on; Thursday night, October 9, at 7 p.m., featured will be: "Stunt Man" - a dangerous but thrilling profession; "Will to Win" - Auto racing excitement; and "Railrodder" Buster Keaton madcap humor. Also, a children's film, "It's so Nice To Have a Wolf Around The House," will be shown. This program is a mon- thly event and is open to all ages, free of charge. Call the library at 894-5271 for more information. and best carved and decorated. Three awards will be given in each of these three categories at each grade level. It is hoped that participants will have an enjoyable time and exercise their imaginations in decorating their own pumpkins. Completed pumpkins should be brought to the cafeteria before school on Friday, October 31, clearly labeled with a name and room number. Student Elections Student body as well as class elections were held at the junior high on Wed- nesday, October 8. The students elected will be working under Mr. Pearl's guidance as student council advisor. The student ouncil will be planning student activities and learning about student government. Activitiy Hour Each Friday students who have all of their work completed in Mrs. Smith's fifth grade participate in activity hour. These students earn points during the Week by turning in well done assignments on time. Students who are behind in their work have extra study time on Friday while other students enjoy activities such as: creating hanging wall designs, making flying insects, building airplanes or en- joying some table games. The activities from which students may choose vary each week. ..... Mrs. Smith's fifth graders display their projects from Friday's activity period, In the front row from left to right are Cater dei Paramo, Mrs. Smith, Michelle Lile, Norman Hicks, Jeremy Selbring, Michael Agnew, Tommy Spears, Tina Jacobs, Tina Jones, and Fred Campbell. Pert StmoPF F ' Label, 11 ounce 34 Tums Pond's ...... Cream &  Butter Lotion, S ounce Safeway For ONE-STOP SHOPPING Stayfree Regular or Super, 12 Pads Coets COMPARE OUR PRICES SEE HOW YOU Exceddn Kavlana Kad Vodka Manheim L.btrmum'h S649 00S2Z9 Christian Coors Brothers 6-12 ounce BrandY, 80 cans or bottk ProOf, 750 m|. s4,,00 q" Mountain Cas00 6-12 ounce Rim 135-24 Color Print II, rol! 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