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December 3, 1980

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Page 8 - Wednesday, December 3, 1980 00uth Washington , $ ool Repor i ......... The new team sport for " but at Washington NOONTIME GAMES the lunch hour is soccer. School 'the saying proves -" false. One of the many valued persons at Washington is Lester Philips, the senior custodian. Mr. Philips has been caring for the grounds and buildings at Washington School for nearly eleven years. Lester and his wife, also a valued Washington staff member, moved to Cloverdale after retiring and selling their business in Ontario in southern California. They wanted to get away from the "hustle J ). - and bustle" of the "big city" and be near their family. The Philipses both enjoy the Mrs. Hines and her class are ready for their "Fall Frolic." Mr. Melton and his fifth graders wait anxiously for their "leaf battle." Photos by Fred Campbell. Lester Phillips works at the new landscaping at Washington hl. The 4th, 5th, and 6th graes have been playing two:handed touch football during the noon hour. The 4th grade champions were from Miss Burgess's room, room 1. Mr. Melton's 5th graders were champions at their grade level. 6th grade champs were from Mr. Public invited to Wash. School The public is invited to attend the Washington School Christmas program to be presented by the band at 7 p.m., Thursday, December 11, in the Washington School Gym- nasium. Following the concert of Christmas music from otherlands and traditional Christmas music, the an- nual Christmas Faire will be held at the Citrus Fair Pavilion. From Jefferson School Kindergartners in Marian Randoiph's class are shown wearing the Thanksgiving hats each child made. Photo by Janlce Corey. By D.ENA GAMBETTA The Jefferson School workshop held for parents on last Tuesday, was deemed a huge success when nearly 70 parents plus around 25 students were present. Both fathers and mothers were present. The workshop was opened by Dick Johnson Reading specialist, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag. A panel of Gloria Samperton, Wini Kincaid and Maria Michelon discussed many aspects of relationships between home and school for the benefit of all children. An interestin film on how to motivate reading, how to choose books, reading books, etc., to encourage ell children to be better readers. A good reader lives in all sorts of worlds, and fills their .time up constructively., At the close of the workshop, Dick Johnson, Bruce Luchessa, Renee Robertson and Dena Gambetta portrayed through role playing, with some students several situations which parents must contend with each day, and. then were asked how such a situation could be solved positively. There were several han- douts given to all on how to help your child at home. If you missed yours, just stop by and pick one up at Jef- fersoa School. Susan Lile is Jefferson librarian and has been doing a lot of Thanksgiving reading. We are happy to introduce you to a new CETA employee, who works at the Jefferson Scho61 part- time and part-time at Washington School. Joy Monsen is the new CETA librarian aide and has two children going t school at Washington, Bobble is in the 8th grade and Dustin in' the 5th grade. Joy was born in a small town in the north eastfrn part of Utah. She has lived in CloverdaIe for two yers. She said theat she loves Cloverdale especially the weather and the beautiful scenery. Joy says she loves working at the school library since she loves children. We would like to welcome Joy in our midst, are are happy to have her with us: All the classes are busy with Thanksgiving studies, plus multi-culture study of the American Native In- dians, which go hand in hand with the Thanksgiving season. This week we are featuring the third graders, ,hh teachers Miss McGowan, Mrs. Coon and Gus Zagorites. These classes have all been studying the history of the American Indian and Thanksgiving, and Pilgrims, and their part in building America. These classes are also planning to study dinosaurs, throuKh library techniques and library skills in researching, the sudy of these pre-historic animals. They will be writing stories about these early animals as well as giving oral talks which gives the students a chance to verbalize, to use voice control and to be able to express themselves. On Wednesday the'Jef- ferson School students held their first assembly, with each class giving reading, plays, puppet stories, singing, etc., all vertaining to Thanksgiving. A GOOD MAN According to the old recreational facilities avaiteble in Sonoma County, especially the rivers and lakes. Lester is in charge of all building and grounds maintenance at Washington School. He ,builds many things for the teachers for their classrooms, including bookcases and sets for plays. Lester is truly a "jack of all trades" and is now relandscaping many areas of the school in ad- dition to pouring concrete walkways and performing his regular maintenance duties. FALL FLING The scents of fall pervade the air, and colorful leaves drift lazily to the ground as the pace of the people at Washington School in- creases. Students and faculty are gearing up for. the Chrismas Faire on December 11 as well as the coming holidays. As the excitement builds many students have a great deal of exces energy last week by staging a "fallen leaf" battle on the lawn during their recess period. Fall was really in the air for a time. CHRISTMAS FAIRE Remember the Christmas Faire is being held on Thursday, December 11, in the Citrus Fair Exhibit Hall. 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