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L. PAUN ington I nominated for student of the fourth grade Chenoweth, and Roger Fifth grade were Walter Niman, and Students from the sixth Becky Strawn, maker, Julie James Cole. irade nominees Bate, Loretta Brian Smith, and Anthony the eighth grade Valeri Vail, and Terri were businesses who so generously support our student of the month program. NOTES The teachers at Washington really ap- preciate prompt and ex- plicit notes when students have been absent. The school isrequired by law to keep detailed attendance records, and by sending a note on the day the child returns parents can aid in the smooth functioning of the attendance taking .process. _. BASKETBALL The seventh grade girls were victorious in a tense, - defensive game against Robert Louis Stevenson School (St. Helena) on December 16. The final score was 9-7. Scoring two points each were Sheri Brassel, Wendy Thompson, and " Karen Lyle. Krista Thompson was high scorer with three voints. RLS was able to score only four points against a tough Cloverdale defense. Their other three points were accumulated on the foul line. The eighth grade girls' team was also victorious with a 14-8 score. High scorer for the game was Renee Marshall with five points, followed closely by Tara Crumb with four points, Valerie Vail with three points, and Keri Barnes with two points. The girls played a tough and aggresswe defensive game against the very physical RLS squad. The eighth grade girls are now 4 and 1 for their season. The seventh grade boys by their peers as students of the Mike Silva. James Cole, and Valeri students were hosted at lun- December 10 by America. tothe bank community Eligible stmdents had a great time dancing and feasting on the scrumptuous refreshments. Photo by Fred Campbell. ,m Jefferson School t* * Gm-rA be the ime school started. Monday the School put on program at Fair Building capacity crowd seemed to enjoy and the iity Christmas with Santa Claus of candy canes distributed to present. most stcessful our regular life drill/. Dick to jury duty Lucy Belford Townsend had a lind they put on a luncheon to for all the staff. 8 the Santa Band through Union is a for students. third a Christ- Mrs. Sumner's decorated with a fireplace looks real. Her went to the and make with for their students made the decorations for :he Christmastree used for the Oaristmas program. On Wednesday the teachers aids had a Christmas party luncheon with neat dishes of food, and a gift exchange. All the staff had a Christmas party and joke gift exchange bag at Papa John's on Friday after the minimum day of school. Dick Johnson's group from Bruce Luchessa's room, first graders, finished their first tag book (phonic reading book) on Thursday and so to celebrate this occasion after the reading class, all the children had peanuts and apples for ,a short party. Thank you to all the beautiful volunteers who gave 2235 hours last week to help our future generation. God bless you, and we love you all. A special blessing at this Christmas season to all the dedicated teachers at Jefferson School for your hard work, patiences, preserverance ano un- derstanding of all of the little human beings who attend school there. A blessed Christmas, and a happy new year to all! th third pencil redpe holders project. Christmas visiting. Mrs. had  pinata Mrs. Romain's to gather t ancbes for the All classes at Jefferson School had Christmas parties last Friday. This one had a pot luck with each student donating something for the occasion. Photo by Janice Core),. class is          m lP  ,is: :p.i dipped  's second Coon's c 10iW.O $ otr Manor  "0  ' Valley to en-  The Fashion Flair [[ seal Piercing _ Waxing decorated I[ 8 Sculptured Nails trees, or- 'I  n chains, candy  - [ eta. All of [ GIFT Certificates Available look like; it home. class made flour or-' I The Fashion Flair Picture paint- toy gifts, which [ 112 N. Cloverdale Blvd. during the I[ ram on 1[ 894-$226 Robertson's LmlLJml JUI  . Wednesday- December 24, 1980 Page 13 suffered their first loss to a scrappy RLS team. The final score was 19-30. High scorer for Cloverdale was Lonnie Wise with seven. points Charlie Delfino pumped in five, and Todd Rowland scored three points. Cloverdale's high scorer was Craig Bergman hitting twenty-six points. Scoring support came from Shad Uselton, with seven points, Ed Villarreal with four, Mike Finck, David Brewerr, and John Cranford with two points each, and John Naiman with one point. Bergman was awesome on the hoards, and Uselton and Villarreal slipped by the RI.,S press many times. Thanks again to all who attend the games and support the efforts of these fine young people! The November students of the month were hosted at luncheon by the Bank of America. Escorting the students were Suzi C, arcia and Jane Price pictured here with Anthony Keyes, Valerie Vail, Walter Spain, Mike Silva, and James Cole. Photo by Fred Campbell. Ballet School to present program The public is invited to a tots through third grade holiday party.on December will present a program. 31 a Ihe Grange Hall from 4 Refreshemtns will be o .5 p.m. served. The students from tiny in keeping with the Christmas season, the foods class at Cloverdale tligh School made ginerbread houses. Mrs. Pickler was very gratified with the end results of this project. The cooperative spirit of the eighteen students in the class allowed a project of thismagnitude to be completed. 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