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Page 4 May 3 2001 Ouad City Herald Audrey Mansfield School Board members have changed their monthly meeting date. Meet- ings will be held the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m beginning May 30. In other business at the regular school board meeting Wednesday, April 25, board members held a hearing to gather sugges- tions on ways to spend money generated by the passage of Initiative 728. S tate voters passed the initiative last year, providing money for smaller classes, more teacher training and construction projects designed to impact class size. Mansfield district officials appointed a committee of district patrons to come up with sugges- tions. District superintendent Tom Colby said Cont' d from page 1 class size, offering more learning opportu- nities for students and extra teacher train- ing, early childhood education or construc- tion projects related to reducing class sizes. But while the initiative provided extra money for those projects, education fund- ing may be cut in other ways, which may mean that not all the money will be spent on new programs. The first priority for Bridgeport's money will be an all-day kindergarten; Schmidt said there might be three sections. The additional fLrst grade teacher will be hired with 1-728 money. Extra teacher training and on-line computer classes at the high school are the other priorities. Board members approved a new school calendar. Students will go back to school on August 27; Christmas vacation will be- gin December 19 and classes will start again January 3. The two snow makeup days the first weekend in March;removed the suggestions from the committee and hearing included after-school tutoring, an extended school day (if test scores seem to indicate it is necessary) or Saturday school. Other suggestions were additional teacher training and more technology updates and support. The committee will study the sug- gestions and makerecommendations to the school board. Board members discussed enrollment. Colby said it is declining; there are fewer Mansfield residents with kids. About 25 percent of Mansfield's students live out- side the district, and that percentage is not changing, he said. Colby said he does not anticipate a reduction in staff, but district officials are watching the situation closely. from the calendar for 2000-01, have been reinstated for 2001-02. Spring vacation will be the first week in April. School will be dismissed for the summer about June 7, 2002. Board members discussed sending a survey to district patrons and employ- ees, asking their opinion of the board' s performance. That would be in addi- tion to the board's own self-evalua- tion, Schmidt said. Schmidt reported that plans to update the middle school will take a longer than an- ticipated. Plans call for the 51-year-old building to get new windows and outside doors, a new roof and a redesign of the grounds. Computer lab improvements also are planned. But, Schmidt said. all that stuff was more expensive than projected. District officials plan to apply for a grant to pay some of the costs, but completion of the project will take two to three years instead of one to two, he said. Budding artists at Brewster art fair. Elementary School brought home blue, red Cheryl Schweizer photo and white ribbons from the a hool Brewster art fair winners Brewster Elementary School ad- Victor Ruiz, Juan Aparicio, and gel, MiguelPioandChrissyGuzman; ministrators recently announced the VivianaLedesma; fast grade, Vivian fifth grade, Chris Pena, Joel Rosales winners of the school's art fair. Lopez, Rosa Garcia and Keyla and Mitzi Gutierrez; sixth grade, Preschool, JessicaMartinez, Elisa I)elgado; second grade, KyleJohnson, Josefina Ruiz, Tara Moore and Pio and Dakota Poole; kinder-Roby Wibor.n and Mercedes Adriana Lopez. garten, Wendy Garcia, Ryan Hall Martinez; third grade, Erick The winning projects will be on and Janessa Rindlisbacher; kin- Hernandez, Lalo Pamatz and Tobi display in the front hallway and the dergarten-first grade transition, Dobson, fourth grade, OdeliAn- library. Kindergarten registering in Pateros Pateros School will hold registration for Kindergarten and Head Start on Friday, May 4 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. All children will be screened for readiness development. Child Find with children of all ages with potential language and learning delays will be held at this time. For appointment please contact the Pateros School. serves as page in state capital Senator Linda Evans Parlette, R-Wenatchee, takes time for a photograph on the floor of the Washington State Senate with her Legislative Page, Audrey Thomason. Audrey had the opportunity to experience politics and state government in person when she served as a page at the state capitol in Olympia. This is one of the last photographs taken in the legislative building before earthquake damages caused its temporary closure. Audrey is a 16-year-old student at Brewster High School. She is the daughter of Linda and Richard Thomason from Brewster. Audrey's mother was raised in Olympia and her father worked for the Washington State Auditor in Olympia. Audrey's great great grandfather was the last surviving Civil War Veteran in Washington State. Each Legislative Session, senator's sponsor a number of junior and senior- high school pages. The students spemd their week assisting on the Senate floor during debates, delivering messages offices and providing general assistance to legislative staff; in addition, they spend part of each day attending page School Menu Monday, May 7 - Breakfast: Cereal, teddy grahams, fruit, milk. Lunch: Corn dog, fries or tries, fruit, milk. Tuesday, May 8 - Breakfast: Pancake w/syrup, sausage, fruit, milk. Lunch: Chicken nuggets, green beans, fruit, milk. Wednesday, May 9 - Breakfast: Ce- real, muffin, fruit, milk. Lunch: Turkey sandwiches, lettuce & cheese, fruit, milk. Thursday, May 10 - Breakfast: Bis- cuits, eggs, fruit, milk. Lunch: Chicken fajitas, lettuce & cheese fruit, milk. Friday, May 11 -Breakfast: Ce/eal, toast, fruit, milk. Lunch: Sloppy joes, veggies, fruit, milk. ~"~ :~ WVC honor students The following Wenatchee Valley College students have been named to the winter-quarter President's List for earning perfect grade point aver- ages (4.00) in 12 or more graded credits. Methow: Rosie Sirek, Samara Sirek-Love The following Wenatchee Valley College students have been named to the fall-quarter Dean's List for earn- ing grade point average of 3.50 to 3.99 in 12 or more credits. Brewster: Elba Fernandez, Cody Humborg, Mafia Martinez, Daniel McHenry, Darren Moore, Gabriela Sotelo, and Donna Whitley Bridgeport: Vidal Arciniega, Ulises Garza, Cipriana Montes, Os- car Torres Mansfield: Maurita Birkland Methow: Jabob Bucholz, Heather Johansen, Mark Stennes Pateros: Bart Burnison, Amber Marsh school learning about the legislative process. "Audrey was a pleasure to have as my page in Olympia," said Senator Linda [ I Evans Parlette. "It is always encouraging to get to know young adults with such bright futures." . for the ENTIREFAMILY I. o ,y Brewster High School sophomore Audrey $70 permonth/ | Thomsson with Senator Linda Evans Parlette. 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Behold, the heaven and the heaven of heavens is the LORD'S thy God, the earth also, with all that therein is. For the LORD your God is God of gods, and Lord of lords a great God, a mighty, and a terrible, which re~rdeth not persons, nor taketh reward:' Deut. 10: 12-14, 17. As Adam to his creator, this is the purest description of individual worship, duty, and the discharging of it, recognized by, The Creator as acceptable. The individual's account and responsibility to the Creator i~::~!~gion, GOD, Caesar, and no third interloper. Box 1884, Brewster. n~--'P~/idadvertising & Must live within city "ILI f" limits of Brewster Contact Brewster City Hall - 689-3464 Started April 19 1982 Chevy Vltn .7."" 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