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Page 17 text:
Staff Enhances Learning
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Mr Rudy Duwenhoegger keeps the building clean forthe Elementary
staff and students Since they added on to the size of the building, his
increased Whenever we see a broom, we see Rudy clean-
' ing up the hallways and classrooms for us
" Our bus drivers haul us to school They pick us up in the early
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nin almost always before we are ready to go to sc oo
are two contractors for the bus routes Mr Sonny Schriner has tive
A routes. They include the following routes and drivers the Mt Rush'
more route, Kenny Gardnerg Harney route, Sonny Schnner, Rochtord
M M ers has one
route, Dave Gordong Ractola route, Kandi Turner r ey
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Mrs Ruby Robbins is the
"lunch" lady She takes the
lunch money, writes notes to
the parents and makes stue
dents behave in the lunchroom
She also is responsible for
keeping the copy machine runs
ning She watches the kids on
the playground She helps Mr
Halter with his paperwork, too
Mrs Sue Anderson is the title
aide for Mrs Williamson She
assists Mrs Williamson in the
classroom by tiling papers and
setting up equipment She also
helps the students when they
need extra drill, etc
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Mrs Wanda Degen is the Resource person
for mathematics The computer is an espe-
cially useful tool for drill and practice exer-
cises for her math students, We still use
Mrs Judy Schrank is the librarian She teach-
es classes in how to use library materials to
the older students and encourages reading
for all the younger students Mrs Schrank is
always adding new books to the Flementary
Libaray shelves located in the multi-purpose
roorrr She also has story time with the Kin'
dergarten .ind first grade classes DFAR time
is a part of the reading practice loo lDrop
Evflrylliirrg arid Ftead l
Mrs Michele Johnson is available to assist
students with speech problems. She works
with students two days per week, on Tuesday
and Thursday The kinds of activities include
lots of speech and sound practices. She is
the teacher for students who speak a secon
During the year, Mrs Stahl, as the resource
person lor Junior l-lrgh students teaches re-
medial skills to those people who haven't yet
mastered them She holds conferences with
the parents and teachers to make individual
educational plans for special students She
informs other staff members of special needs
or problems She helps her students with
study skills, performing everyday assign-
ments, and so on
Mrs, Leanne Patterson is the Special Educa-
tion teacher, Special kids go to her class-
room for help with reading, language, etc.
Mrs Lucy Williamson is the Remedial Read-
ing teacher She helps those students from
grades one through eight who have not yet
mastered basic skills in reading They do lots
of oral reading each day, work in workbooks
for practice in comprehension, and do lots of
drill and practice exercises The addition of a
computer to her classroom this year has
been lots of fun for her readers They have
units of study for special interest groupings
like a unit on horses or football Every stu-
dents can learn to enjoy reading after they
master the basic skills with the help of Mrs
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tAboveJ Class officers are: Matt Henderson, Treaeurerg Suzy Tully,
Vrce Pre-ardent, Kerth Auetrn, Secretary, E J Ftosellee, Preeudent.
tAoove Ftrghtj Paul Denke rs happy about hue famous hook shots!
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