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uth Washington School Reports Wednesday, November 26, 1980 - Page 7 ;LSEN School Evans has student and improve their research skills through an interesting contest. Students bring in various natural objects, rocks, minerals, shells, bird nests, etc., and any student who can locate a picture and tad his fifth graders are working on pottery their Christmas Faire booth. Fromleft to right description of the object in a reference book receives a ticket for the weekly drawing. Many unique and interesting objects have been brought in and some still remain mystery! These unusual objects can be viewed in the library's beautiful display case which was built with funds donated by the James Howard Hicks Memorial Fund. are: Brandon Wilson, Leo Delgado, Steve Moore, Elodio Morfin,. Seated are: Taj Webb, Mr. Miller and Yuri Miller. CHRISTMAS FAIRE The Washington School Christmas Faire will be held on Thursday, December 11, in the Citrus Fair Exhibit Hall. Beginning at 7 p.m., Miss Peck will direct the band in several numbers, and then the crafts booths will be opened. Students will be selling handmade items as well as a variety of foods in their booths. The objects made by students are in some way related to their courses of study within their individual classes. While studying different cultures students them- selves create projects similar to those used by other countries or civilizations and also make foods used in other cultures. The money which students earn will help to sponsor enrichment activities for the school. All grade levels including junior high will be represented at this year's fair. Any parents who would be able to help with the Christmas Fair please contact the school at 894- 2532. Help will especially be needed the Tuesday and Wednesday evenings before Students Yuri Miller, Bill Fanning, Matt Meredity, Misty Richards and Michael Silva examine the mystery items in the library display case. the event to set up booths. GUEST ARTIST Mrs. Frenay-Hutcheson's junior high art classes were priveleged to have Phil Smith, a local artist and illustrator, come and speak to their classes last week. Mr. Smith lives in Cloverdale and is a nationally known illustrator of children's books and magazines. He spoke to students of his educaton, how he began his artistic career, and how he sells his work. Mr. Smith brought with him several exciting examples of his work which is done in a variety of mediums, includng water color, acrylic, and colored pencils. _. The seventh period art class was treated to a display of Mr. Smith's talent when they persuaded him to make several demonstration drawings for them. BASKETBALL The junior high girls' basketball teams will have. a home game against Mira on Tuesday, December 2, in the south gym at the high school beginning at 3 p.m. Please come and support the team! CAFETERIA WINNERS The award for good citizenship in the lunchroom went to room 8, Mr. Miller's room, last week. The citizens of the week from room 8 were Elodio Morfin, Leo Delgado, and Jeff Davis. r$on I of the fact that short school to the fact that to the in and we had taking the Day, because it was much was at Jefferson enjoyed by ple who the Sonoma Education Green is the for the County for This fun- counties in as with one of the majority of are ith Anglos, Ricans, American well. We some and East Aides are a monthly to on the day went to the and the aides Indians said Myrna. A which took migrant worker is con- months of sidared as such if he works November. in the agricultural, fishing who did not and logging industries was in These students all have special migrant teachers or ). He aides placed in the schools program on to give them special help. They also are entitled to get students to emergency medical care. gave avery in- She explained the logo orkshop on on their letterheads, with d getting the the yellow sun in the .read. For in- background of the circle class there is with the front having green in a book fields, depicting sun shining he allows on the fiels of education and Choose books, learning. We were then to fifteen given materials on how child must to help the non-English the SRA speaking migrant and each short and aide participated in the tories, with learning program. Our end. If the speaker quoted that 65 to 90 answer the percent of all of our she can go messages are expressed and answer through body language. We In this way develop oral language learning to primarily through listening. },It-. Zagorites we do more of this than any corn- other means. Then we arts speak, read and lastly presented write. used to help the aides =aspired with We build most of our oral presen- language through listening too, to Ms. and talking. Most of the drills used were through listening, repeating and caroling the words or phrases. All the aides agreed that this was the best migrant learning program presented to us. And we feel better qualified to help the children after our terrific workshop. On! Friday the kin- dergartners went on a field trip to the Russian River where they collected flat round rocks, to make their picture in the classroom of a bunch of grapes, where they pasted the flat rocis on paper to make it look like a clump of grapes. These make lovely experience feelings, and realizing where the rocks come from and what one can do Mrs. Frenaye-Hutcheson's art class displays work done by local artist, Phil Smith, who visited and spoke to the junior high art classes last week. Studentsfrom left to right are: Deanne Ronlund, Lori Manion, Darren Uselton, Dan Knmec, Leanna Fisher, Esperanza Morfin and Ray Victoria. I Mr. Miller's fifth graders display their hand-built pottery projects. From left to right are: Two students of Marian Randolph's kindergarten class are shown putting finishing touches on their classroom turkey pro.tect. Photos by Janice. i Jeff Davis, Anne Flynn, A pledge from Con00essman Don elausen with them. On Friday, November 14 through the 21, Jefferson School is holding con- ferenees for parents, and they are having a minimum day with all classes starting at 8:15 a.m. and ending at 12:50. The kindergarten studenls talked about families, how they are different, with adults and children, and how they live in homes together, that they work and play together, and that we all help together. Now that the rainy weather is starting, please mark all of your children's clothing from coats, sweaters, hats, rain gear, tote bags, etc.-- Greg Kelsay, Jenna Ross, Yana Ross and Angle Avila are showing the colorful turkeys they made in Tonya Giusso's first grade class at Jefferson School. I'm grateful for the vote of confidence that I received November 4th from the people of the Redwood Empire. I especially appreciate the hard work of the hundreds of volunteers in all six of our counties who helped carry my message to the voters. It's a privilege to con- tinue representing you in Washington. I pledge to all of you, whether you supported me or not, that guided by your views, I will devote all roy energy to seeking solutions to the problems facing our country and our district. Together, let's work to restore common sense to government, and a spirit of unity to our people. Committee Io t/c-elcct Corlgrcmaf l),r L'l,tue:l * [ox l'J6H, Santa Rosa j;tmc t. kct',alh [ rc,ttlrc/ Cassie Morse, Matt Finck, Leo Deigado, Scott Fanning and Malcolm Hutchins. a