The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 21, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Friday, January 21, 1977
Page 3
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Region 16 Beacon Falls School Page Prospect X.U'CAITCK XKWS«'iiiin.> Saturday. May 3, I\W - I'.W '• MISSMAHSHMv SI LASS AT l.OXfiHIVKIlMiiiJIe School had some very interesting and unusual SUP Is at [he chool s second annual Security Day held rel-enlly. Tina I.ami anil quacky. above as vull _s KarenS underssecurity (rienii. studious liandi. llwlowl hail jusl a «rr hit more dignity than iotne of Ihe securitv items brought In school tiy students «hiih ranRert fr |JH mils t.i tin- furr\ ind liarkinR pfls. RKGIOX If.'S SPECIAL KDL'CATIOX students made another fine showing at the recent Cheshire Special Olympics and obviously the practicing Ihf.vdiri prior to the meet «as a Jjreal asset. Billie Hijdon. age II vihoiia student in Miss llaslien's class, practiced h^rd for the Softball Throwing competition and as can be seen gave il the "old five finger zipperoo" throw. HKltK Itraclitin Hnslirji's nt] I i CO A<iA[\'-- Deniie Hongiorno. II and Scott Douglas, fi. showed [ine form «hilf ^fl >ard dash (or the Cheshire Special Olympics, llenise and Scott are sluiU'nts in Miss s al CouinmniM Sihool. Smneof thellef;'""'?. winners in Iheretent t'hrshirp event uill ele in the Stale Special Olympics scheduled Inr .lunp S. l NEWSphotos by •,.l I . .v.-..,"i.: ..,1 Donald Cousey lioberl l)e\ito. Jovce Descault. Kugtne Jennelly. David I'ctillo Mrs Jokutailis' class al Kill I1TII dHADE STl'DKXTS F'aul Truman, llctlina BiHan. Daniel Kjan. Kristin Carnaroli, Monica DeMagislris and Sharon Keauilion. CnniniumuSrhnol studied the Netherlands and brought in many line s and interesting ilrmv dealing with the lnpic.I'iclured 'I lor I are (I lo n Thrnnas Hargioiu. Timolhv Vcillcuv, Anihr.nx Oi\Tr«i TIIKnKCL\R.\TinNOFlSt)EI>EM)EXCE.asfri(rasmomfntin D.iviil Padik. Shanr llnnovan nnd AHrrri riour<1i- at lln- s<hnnl\ our nation's history was portrayed bv Communily School hoys rrpresrntmii each nE Ihr cnlonirs. Viclurfd siftriinft Iht parchmrn MOTHER'S DAY TEHHARlDMi are displayed by children in .Mrs Bailey's fourth P^it class at Commnnily School. The children broughl In Wiles, soil, plants and stones, and each made an at- tractive terrarium (or his or her mother. Shown here ate (1 lo <( Robert FramsVI, Lisa Camuu. Brenda McGarvey, Dominic Briglia, Tina Meehan and Brian Guay. "WE SHARE HOW WE FEEI." was a project done In Mrs. Venclianer'ss r ecial education class at Community School under the direction of Pamela Mason, a student teacher from Southern Conn. Slate College. The youngsters traced life slied pictures of them- selves and made a tape and television story ahout 1'iclurcd (1 ll lo rl Cindy l.ou Morgan. Lester tfraii; Richard Sanford. Marcus Andrews, Richard TabaVa drews. their friends. . Hclh Devoe, and .led An.

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