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Page 14- Wednesday, November 19, i980 By C. L. PAULSEN HONOR ROLL Those students in the junior high who earned a grade point average of 3.2 or above for this quarter made the honor roll. GPAs are computed on the student's five academic classes: math, science, language, reading or band, and social studies. No student who receives a grade of "D" or Rene Botkin, Michelle Embry, Kathleen Hare, Todd Junker, Ron King, Chris Kunde, Terri Lovato, Renee Marshall, Carolyn Ramage, JoAnn Robinson, Ethan Wilde, Valerie Vail, and Kata Zagorites. Each of these students will receive a pin as an indication of his or her achievement. Students who Washington School Reports homerooms at Washington have been participating in volleyball at the noon recess. The 7tb grade champs were Mr. Neel's room who played Mr. Giusso's 8th grade for the junior high championship. Mr. Neel's room was vic- torius and competed against a mixed teachers' team after school. The teachers won by a narrow margin, and a great time was had by all ! LIBRARY STATISTICS their borrowed materials on lime. Please remind students to watch due dates in their books and take them back on time. ASSERTIVE DISCIPLINE The Washington School SITE Council is sponsoring an evening explaining and discussion Assertive Discipline. Interested parents are invited to attend the session n Wednesday, November 19, Eighth grade honor roll students are (front row) Todd Junker. Michelle Embry, Renee Marshall, Roger Ahders, Renee Botkin, Valerie Vail, and Ron King. Standing are (left to right): Carolyn Ramage. JoAnn Robinson. Teri Lovato. Kathleen Hare, Craig Bergman, Kerri Zagorites, and Ethan Wilde. Not pictured is Chr Photo by Fred Campbell. Pictured are sixth grade students with Mrs. Reyes (center) who came and demonstrated the making of tortillas from scratch. This demonstration was part of the multi-cultural studies occurring in the sixth grade this year. Photo by Fred Campbell. from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in the Washington School cafeteria. There will be a question and answer period after short explanations from several speakers, teachers an principals. The staff at Washington supports and participates this assertive discipline program. One of the main advantages of this program is the built-in reward or positive reinforcement segment of this plan. We positive reinforc feel that this plan clearly are hdping s: lays out the rules and better their s4 consequences as well as This vorkshop offering many inducements opportmity f6i  for good behavior and questiomabout achievement. Through School's discipli I "F" in any class is eligible earn the right to appar for the honor roll. Those on the honor roll each students who were on the quarter will receive pins for honor roll for this first each grading period, and quarter are: (7th graders) those who have made the Sandra Botkin, Debbie honor roll for all four Dalbec, Robert Gearhard, quarters will be awarded an Kevin Goebel, Lisa Jacobs, "outstanding student" ShollyKirn, Marianne Ogle, medal at the 8th grade Rhonda Saulter, Wendy graduation exercises in Thompson, and Deana June. Zagorites. (8th graders) Roger Ahders, Keeri VOLLEYBALL Barnes, Craig Bergman, The junior high During the month of October, Washington School Librarian Dana Evans, checked out 3,980 books to 6,868 individual patrons. The librarian answered 57 reference questions and supervised 67 class visits. Students can learn a great deal by using the library, but the library can function only when students return Pictured are students of the month for October with the ladies from Xi Delta Epsilon0 who hosted them at luncheon last week. Seated are: Jane Paulsen, Pamela Dowell. Carolyn Ramage, Corrina Viilarreal, Neva Goodman, and Sharon Youngs. Kneeling in front are Justin Monsen and Louie Turner. Photo by Fred Campbell. 1.5 OZ., 20 OFF LABEL 7 :!ii!i ++ " 3 ++. , H /,:+,.++\\; Cutex Polish Remover 4 Ounce 4 k Intensive Care Vaseline, Lotion. 10 ounce szz9 Wcks VapoRub 3 OunCe S199 Petroleum Jelly Safeway, 8 ounce Eveready Batteries C o O, AJkahne, 2p.k s165 L Safeway VRamin C 1000 mg.+ 100 ou S289 i!iiiiii )!ii!ihi Jmgens Lotion Miid SOLD, 4,75 ounce Andre Champagne I Inglenook Wines Bednger Wines 6.E. Rip i Green Hungarian ! i Kavlana Vodka +i Ancient Age Seventh grade honor roll students are (front row): Kevin Goebel, Rhonda Saulter, Debbie t Wiebel,.75 Iller I  ::.,i or Stanton't175 IlterGtn' [[ 86t 1 7S I#r Dalbec, Deana Zagorites, and standing: Robert Gearhart, Shelly Kirn, Sandra Botkin. Wendy I :':;!:::;" " " $099 ; Fu00f Fred $995] $n49 Thompson, Marianne Ogle, and Lisa Jacobs. Photo by Campbell. + More on page 16.   112 School Menu r, A aoo + s ,. I IILILI'It .o,... o, c,,. : .. ! L,y c,=-. Mon.,Nov. 24 French Bread Biscuil w-Butter ,.+., ,00$7"ii $2" +FIs_00" Hot Dog on a Bun " Pinl Milk ].z Pint Milk  o---- Imlllllr , "  ' " ITOlr V Red & Green Slaw .c.s,o, ............. -,. ........... ,., .....; ...... .,,., c-+prt. Peanut Cup Wed., Nov. 26 Thurs., Nov. 27 ; ; .... i ! Chilly Pears Turkey& 5149 "z Pint Milk Cranberry Sauce ( :',,i,b--,.=E,,"'""'""""''m''"m"" Jl I V Tues., Nov. 25 Whipped Pofaloes ,.h.,,,,,.*.b,,.,,c , Burrilos Bullered Peas Fri., Nov. 28 *{m''*=="" '' i.: Peach Crisp Pumpkin Custard NOSCIIOOL ..... : . . :