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Page 6 - Wednesday, October 29, 1980 00outh Washington School Reports Crissy Sisneres, Christi Vasquez-Selorzano, Deanna Deines, Mike.,Sllva and J.J. Adams look on as noon duty aides Mrs. Jolene Crider, Miss Jenny Hawk, Mrs. Aubrey Richardson, Mrs. Margaret Bail, and Ms. Judy Rodriquez pose with citizens of the week Sheila Sanchez and Heidi Kruger. Photo by Fred Campbell. / From Jefferson S,:hooi By DENA GAMBETTA Another full week for Jefferson School! All the ndergartner groups went on a field trip to the pum- n farm. Can you imagine Zcres and acres of pum- pkins as far as the eye can ? There aren't really iat many pumlSkins around loverdale. A few plants, but most of the pumpkins re seen in the grocery tores. So, this field trip, -was indeed a learning ex- :perience for the kin- ergartners. Who, along with the experience, got to .pick their own pumpkins, =lind bring their very own pumpkin home with them. 2"hanks to all the mothers went along to help with 00il00s- e00ri00ces00 Last wek "we told you about the fire engine coming to Jefferson School, during Fire Prevention Week. Well, at that time all but the third graders got to hear the story about the fire truck. ; S : This third graders this week went on a field trip to the fire house, where they could experience a more indepth experience of the fire department. How many of you have ever gone to visit the fire house? It is really a fine facility, and, of second Thursday of each month, at the Jefferson's Learning Resource Room, and all parents are invited 'to attend these meetings. The meetings start at 2:15 p.m. and last about one hour. So, if you want to help implement or change something for the bet- terment of your child's school, why not let your views be known to the SITE Council. There seems to be some problem recently when the buses stop to let the children off, and the red lights are flashing, by having the motorists pass the bus. This could be very dangerous to both the child and the vehicle. Some motorists have been ign0ring the flashing lights. So please all you good citizens out there, observe the motor laws, and stop when you see the red lights flashing on a bus. Your bus drivers are very careful with highway laws. They get out of the bus and escort your students across the street for their safety. So with your cooperation by stopping on the red flashing light, we can continue to preserve the safety of your children. If things do not change the bus driver and adults riding the bus will have to take children at home, with the school, in reading, to help all pupils. You'll be hearing more about this soon. Every parent at Jefferson School is being personally contacted to make them aware of the special program we have and where volunteers are needed in the classroom. So, if you have an hour to spare, please call us at 894- 3307. Thanks to all the volunteers who are already coming. By C. L. PAUl,SON Washington "School CONFERENCES The end of the grading period for all students at Washington School is Friday, October 31. Parent conferences will be held beginning Wednesday, November 5. All junior high conferences will be held on November" 5. Students'will be dismissed at I p.m. and junior high conferences will be held from 1:30 to 5 p.m. and 6 to 8:30 p.m. Parents should pick up report cards from their child's homeroom teacher and then proceed to conferrers with any teachers that they would like to see. Conferences for the fourth, fifth and sixth graces will be held for six afternoons beginning on Wednesday, November 5. All fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students will be dismissed at I p.m. on November 5, 6, 7 and November 12, 13, 14. school holidays. Parents will receive individual appointment times to conference with teachers about student grades and progress. CITIZENS OF THE WEEK Sheila Sanchez and Heidi Krueger were chosen citizens of the week last week in the cafeteria. These students are in Room l, the winner for good citizenship last week. These students receive extra music time in the cafeteria as a reward for outstanding behavior during lunch time. Noon duty aides have also organized a two-handed touch football tournament for the 4-6 grades. HE GREAT PUMPKIN e fourth annual pumpkin decorating contest will be held on Friday morning, October 31, in the cafeteria. Fourth, fifth, and sixth graders should bring their decorated or carved pumpkins to the cafeteria on Friday morning clearly labeled with their names, grades, and room numbers Prizes will be awarded to participants at the weekly assertive discipline drawing. MICROSCOPES Some of Mr. Anderson's seventh grade science classes are studying the use of microscopes. The first section of this unit involves learning how to care for and prepare the microscope for use. Once they have learned the basics students will study living tissues under the microscope. This will aid them in their quest for knowledge about cells, tissues, and, organs which is an essential part of un- derstanding life functions. BASKETBALL Basketball tryouts for the seventh and eighth graders will be held on Thursday, November 6, and Friday, November 7. The girls will try out from 3-4:30 each day, and the boys will try out from 4:30-6 p.m. Team lists will be posted on Wednesday, November 12. All students who tryout must return signed per- mission slips which will be available on Monday, November 3. ROOM 13 Mr. Jim Brennan and his invaluable aide, Mrs. Lou Rightmer, run a very special program in Room 13. The Learning Disabilities class is a 4-8 pull out program helping students to increase their skills and thus increase their academic success. The skill areas particularly em- phasized are reading, Mrs. Lou Rlghtmer, aide for Mr. Brennan's LDG class has spent some time doing these in- teresting caricature pumpkins to decorate room 13 for the season. Photo by Fred Campbell. eotn'se, the students got to the motorists car number see more than the fire truck, and report them. The SITE | They visited the whole Council is working hard in I facility, where the firemen hopes of being able to , Chevron on duty sleep, the old fire present a special, Your COAAPLETE truck, The LaFrance, and reading program in l chief They other fire equipment that SO could thetheschool and got not third his be tOgraders for quarters, transported meet viewing, the are And fire full to I I Nvember' whereby II " , = TIRE--  knowledge of their fire SERVICE facility, and throngh their Fights experience, will be more cognizant of the importance f fire safety " [libation CENTER Last Wednesday, Dick Johnson and four teachers from Washington School went on a field trip, too. But Reduces Rates Tires Brakes Shocks they went on a different one i than the students did. In the for Electronic Tire Balancing little town of Covelo, their school has a new program, Homeowners Electronic Front End which is apparently very Alignment beneficial to a small school, D_ and so the teachers from  -'-----'---- Cloverdale on the lookout Farmowners ALL NEW ELECTRONIC on how to improve, help, FRONT END ALIGNMENT motivate, and benefit the Insurance school for your children. -' '/lost Advanced Since at the present time j, System there is not PTA at Jet- on fern School, the SITE lkJ__  i t the Market Council Committee at their Call ,-.e ....... , recent meeting on October For a Quote : m TOTAL 16 voted to put on a Halloween party for the A Model .,.j 4 WHEEL students at Jefferson School Station ALIGNMENT and pre-schoolers on Oc-  RO p,,g,ii' ch ...... o,, tober 31. The party will be A,,gns f,o,, whets earned the "Hallmark Station held from 5 p.m. until 6:30 Resident A-- ,x Award", presented only to those w{th rear wheels p.m. at Jefferson School's ,'9em except,onal Chevro. stat,ons All makes of foreign providing professional service and domestic cars cafeteria on North Street. and maintaining an immaculate There will be all sorts of appearance that set them apart as 894"3631 a mode, ,,t,o CALL NOW FOR AN APPOINTMENT prizes, games, and refresh- ments for the children. Mrs. Wallace who is the chair- ELECTRONIC of the SITE Committee says ...........  that a great deal of help is TIRE Pellegrinis' needed to make this party a BALANCING  -- success. SO, if you have  totest " .f Ch some time to spare, why not evron call Mrs. Wallace at 894- Equipment  2215 and offer our services? A 206 $ Cgoverdale Bird Many hands make light CAL-FARM 894-3323 work and fun for all. The SITE Council meets the INSURANCE COMPANY Mr. Anderson's fifth period science class is fascinated by their microscope Louis Turner, Kristi Lile, Deanne Ronlund, Chrissy Hawthorne, Giovannato, a peering Anthony Keyes, Danny Kume, Juan Carver Mr. Tucker, and Kara Nichols. Photo by Fred Campbell. spelling, handwriting, vocabulary, study skills, phonics, auditory, memory, and behavior management. Each Friday tudents in Mr. Brennan's class receive a progress report that is hand carried by the student to his or her teacher (or teachers in the junior high). This progress report is used to keep both teachers and parents aware of class performance, assignments due, and the amount of time, if any, that the child has accumulated in detention. The student and parent sit down each week and decide upon one goal to work towards during the coming week. The goal is listed at the bottom of the progress report which is signed by the parents and returned to Mr. Brennan each Monday. Mr. Brennan feels that these weekly progress reports help students to stay organized. Any student participating in Washington School's Learning Disabilities Program should bring this progress report home each Friday. Mrs. Rightmer, or "Leu" as she is known to everyone at school, is blessed with a high energy level that enables her to help the students with whom she is working in so many ways. Her past experience as a and an School have l skills useful setting. eern for eommittmet are Washington community. says one is that now i bulletin Dr. Edward F. Joi Personal Injury Full Spine Insurance Cases Phisi Workmen's Comp. Applied Medicare Nutrition 109 S. 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