Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on September 2, 1982 · Page 40
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12C Keno Kvening Gazette Thursday, September 2, 1IIK2 Schools From page 5C dren of a family. There is no tuition for children of church members. Basic state-approved curriculum and daily religion course in Bible history and Christian doctrine is taught. Ronald Rallies is the principal. I I Keno Junior Academy, 1090 Bresson Ave. (322-0714): Classes begin Tuesday for the Seventh-day Adventist-associated school. Instruction is offered in grades 1-9 with school hours from 8:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m., except on Friday in preparation for the sabbath. It is open to all denominations, and offers a basic curriculum as well as Bible study. Enrollment is between 50-60. Tuition is $960 a year for grades 1-4, and $1,210 a year for grades 5-9. However, there is a discount for timely payment. Allen W. Johnson is the principal. I I Liberty Christian Academy, 3690 Highway 395 South, Carson City (883-0204) : Classes began Wednesday for grades K-12 with school hours from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. It is a ministry of Liberty Baptist Church, with Bible-centered, but non-denominational curriculum, taught through the ACE program. Enrollment is 102. Tuition is $1,000 a year, plus $50 registration fee for the first child; $950 for the second child; $900 for the third child and $850 for the fourth child of a family. There is no tuition for additional family members. A sports program of soccer, volleyball, basketball and softball also is offered. David Loser is the principal. I I Sierra Christian School, 820 Plumas St. (322-0659): School begins Tuesday for grades K-10 with instruction from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. It is non-denominational. Basic curriculum is taught and chapel is held every morning. Enrollment is 82. Tuition is $1,100 a year with lower rates for additional family members. Karen Filliger is the coordinator. . I I Montessori Pre-school, 1450 Hash Lane (827-2084): School begins Tuesday for ages 2-5. Toddler instruction emphasizes developing social skills, growth and fine motor coordination. Tuition is $650 for half-day attendance Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-11:30 a.m., and $1,000 for half -day attendance Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Pre-schoolers are prepared for the academic program, and depending on their readiness, begin learning either French or Spanish. Tuition is $1,400 for half-day Monday through Friday from 9-11:45 a.m., and $2,100 for full-day instruction from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Enrollment is 120. I I Montessori Elementary School, 1330 Foster Drive (827-2084): School begins Tuesday for grades K-3 with basic state-approved curriculum as well as foreign language and computer science instruction. Enrollment is 100. Tuition is $2,250 a year. I I Reno Country Day School (Montessori), 1031 Manzanita Lane (827-2084): School begins Tuesday for grades 3-8 with higher level instruction in basic subjeegts, foreign language and computer sciences. Enrollment is 52. Tuition is $2,350 a year. "We're just trying to prepare these children better for the future life they will lead," said Ruben Babayan, director of all three Montessori schools. "We offer very individualized programs, and we develop self-competition, self-discipline and self-motivation, working independently out of their own initiative." The Montessori schools are private and are pot church-related. Senate From page 1C contributions also included $2,400 in in-kind donations from herself. Assemblyman Dean Rhoads of Tuscarora, Republican candidate for the House Dist. 2 seat, reported contributions of $55,904, including $25,652 in recent weeks. He spent $55,887. Rhoads' recent contributors innlllria Unrrnn ITilfrtn 1 Ann TAr.ii r 1 n c rVunln ...... .mvv- i'u i wi. iiu.iiii, yiuuu, 1'VJUJU.l rancher Fred Dressier, $1,000; Willametta Day of Reno, $1,000; the Cattle PAC for $1,000, and Rhoads himself for $2,500. Washoe County District Attorney Cal Dunlap, a Democratic candidate for the same seat, listed $15,840 in total contributions, including a third of that in recent weeks. He has spent $16,836. Dunlap's latest contributions included Sierra Development for $1,000, and Eldorado and Cal Nevada executives for $500 apiece. State Sen. Rick Blakemore of Tonopah, another Democrat in the House Dist. 2 contest, listed $13,935 in contributions and spending of $16,378. His latest Contributors included Frank Scott of the Union Plaza for $1,000; and Summa PAC and A.J. Clark of Reno for $500 apiece. ; Rancher-lawyer Don Springmeyer of Reno, yet "another Democrat in the House race, listed $8,835 in contributions and $19,534 in spending. Contributions included $3,000 of his own money. Assemblywoman Peggy Westall of Sparks, another ' Democrat in the House Dist. 2 race, listed $9,355 in contributions and $17,237 in spending. Contributors - included Bruce Smith of Sparks and Kent Simister of Las Vegas for $1,000 apiece. Assemblyman Paul Prengaman of Reno, Republican candidate in the House Dist. 2 contest, reported $6,345 in total contributions and $9,235 in spending. Sahara owner won't take stand on unions Sahara Hotel owner Paul Lowden, vowing to improve the resort with elbow grease, attitude and a , 600-room highrise tower, said Wednesday he would . not encourage or discourage unionized casino dealers at the Las Vegas resort. "We will obey the law. I will not encourage or dis- - r'AI irn cJp uninnc in tho nocinn Tf 1 nm ..Jnw.J I u genu i wui. i wuuiu oargain in gooa iaun, ne said. Shortly after Lowden took over the Sahara Hotel on Aug. 20 members of Teamsters Local 14 took a strike vote among casino employees the outcome of fc day. T 1 1 i 1 nn .... 1.1 . . iowuen uuukih me aw-room noiei-casmo trom ne Webb Corp. which had declined to negotiate a contact . . . t. ' I ' I , I 1 . 1 1 1 , . wiui iccuiisLtis Liuuai i4. casino employees aDDrovea the union two years ago as its bargaining agent at that time a major break through for organized labor " which virtually has failpri tn make a m f " J - ---w M 1I1UJVI a tion of the traditionally non-union Las Vegas r casinos. " Corporate legal counsel William Raggio said Low-den's operating company for the Sahara Hotel had "assumed all existing bargaining agreements" ' with organized lahnr a rpfmwino . v'vv vu UMV-I QL uj as those covering bartenders and Culinary Local 226. Lowden, also owner of the Hacienda Hotel, said the Sahara and Hacienda hotels would function in a unified manner under the Hacienda Resorts Inc. parent company. The Hacienda Hotel is operated under a subsidiary, Casino Properties Inc., and the Sahara Hotel operating company is Sahara Las Vegas Corp. "The Sahara Las Vegas Corp. intends to comply with all contractural obligations as well as state and federal law," said Lowden. "Every effort is being made to utilize the existing work force." The Sahara Casino work force was 336 when Lowden took over last month. Raggio said a total of 287 were rehired based on seniority and ability and paid the same salary they earned under Del Webb Corp. Thirty-nine additional Sahara casino jobs went to eight dice dealers and 31 blackjack dealers who had worked at the Hacienda Hotel. 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