Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 21, 1988 · Page 3
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Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Monday, March 21, 1988 Page 3 Area Report Next Logan School Board Meeting April 11 During the regular school board meeting of the Logansport School Corporation March 14, the board agreed to adjust their school board calendar. The next regular school board meeting has been scheduled for Monday, April 11. The board normally meets on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Handicapped Summer Camp Listings Available A free listing of summer camps for mentally and physically handicapped children is available from the Indiana State Department of Education. The listing identifies the name and location of all 23 camps, a brief description of each camp and the name, address and phone number for each contact person. The list can be obtained by contacting the Instructional Materials Center, Department of Education, Special Education Division, 229 State House, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46204-2798, or by calling 1-317-269-9457. Carroll School Board Approves '88-89 Calendar FLORA -- The Carroll School Board has approved a school calendar for the 1988-89 school year. The starting day of the school year for students will be August 22, with the final day of classes set for May 31. Teachers will begin Aug. 19 and their last day will end June 1, 1989. Because of the new requirement for an extended school year, four student days were added to the calendar. Summer school/summer remediation classes for the summer of 1988 were approved. All classes will meet beginning June 6 and end July l with the exception of driver education classes which will begin June 6 and end Aug. 1. License Deadline Nears For C, D Last Names INDIANAPOLIS — Motorists who have last names beginning with the letters C or D can avoid the last-minute rush to get their license plates by getting their renewal stickers or plates before the end of the month. The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles new deadline schedule makes March 31 the new registration deadline for motorists with C and D last names. Motorists with last names beginning with E, F and G are reminded that if they want to receive their plates in the mail by the end of April, their pre-printed registration renewal form should be postmarked by April 5. Motorists with E, F and G last names who haven't received a renewal form can contact the Department of Excise Tax and Registration in Indianapolis at 1-317-232-2791. Adult Education Recognized This Week March 20 to 26 has been set aside by Gov. Robert Orr as Adult and Continuing Education Week in Indiana. The purpose is to recognize the contributions and efforts of Indiana's adult students who are participating in adult education, and to draw attention to the need for quality adult learning services and adequate funding for adult educational programs. A recent U.S. Census report says that an estimated 23 million Americans were enrolled in 43 million adult education courses on a part-time basis. Two-thirds of these people take courses for National Adult and Continuing Education Week March 20-26, 1988 Adult Learners; America's Future job-related reasons. The most popular courses are business, computer, engineering, and health care, which ac- count for over half of all those reported. El-Tip-Wa Adult Learning Center in Logansport provides adult basic education at four different sites: •The old Jefferson Elementary School, 401 Tanguy St., Logansport; •Logansport State Hospital; •Winamac Center, Pulaski County Building; •The Civic Center, Rochester. Classes, such as basic skills, GED preparation, and everyday learning skills, are designed to meet the needs of special students — the displaced worker, the high school dropout, the disabled, and the adult learner. Throughout the 1986-87 school year, 454 individuals were enrolled, and current enrollment is 368. El-Tip-Wa also serves as a testing site for the General Educational Development (GED) Test. During 1987, 133 GED tests were given, with 11!> individuals passing the test. Approximately 60 percent of those diplomas were issued by the Logansport School Corporation. Other schools included Pioneer, Winamac, Rochester, and Lewis Cass. Better Vocational Education Goal Of Leaders RICHMOND, Ind. (AP) - A group of state education officials are developing a statewide vocational education program they believe will contribute to Indiana's economic growth, a state education official has announced. "As a state, we have gone from a mostly rural-based to a technological and world-based economy. The challenge is to compete in the world market. We have to make sure high school graduates are ready for employment and further education," said Christopher William Christopher, the Department of Education's commissioner for vocational and technical education. The former Richmond school superintendent said vocational education is a catalyst for speeding up economic development in Indiana. He said the view that vocational schools are a refuge for people who cannot make it in college is a myth. The Indiana Commission on Vocational and Technical Education is working on the statewide program with the Commission for Higher Education and the "Department of Employment and Training Services. The group will make recommendations to the Indiana General Assembly, the former Richmond school superintendent said. Christopher said Friday that vocational education can provide better job skills for Hoosier high school students who don't plan on going to college. The vocational apporach also can help decrease the dropout rate and can play a vital part in re-training Indiana's aging labor force, he said. Christopher said he would iike to see colleges and universities become more receptive to the idea of accepting direct credit transfers from vocational college graduates who want to obtain a bachelor's degree. This week's FEATURE Kindergarten Roundup At Caston April 14 Caston Elementary School will have its kindergarten roundup April 14 for youngsters who will be five years old on or before Sept. 1,1988. Parents are asked to bring a legal birth certificate to the roundup to verify their child's age. Birth certificates may be obtained from the appropriate city, county, or state board of health office. Hospital certificates or baptismal records will not be accepted. Immunization and a tuberculin test must be administered according to state regulation before the child will be permitted to attend school. Health record forms will be distributed at roundup. A special informational program will be conducted for parents. Parents are asked to enter the south gym lobby and report to the cafetorium. Registration is from 8:30 to 8:55 a.m. Coffee, hot chocolate, and tea will be available. The program will begin at 9 a.m., and will include comments by the school nurse, the speech, language, and hearing clinician, and the principal. The program will end about 10:30 a.m. All parents of children who will be five years old on or before Sept. 1 are encouraged to attend roundup. Parents of children who were old enough to attend kindergarten this school year but did not are also asked to attend roundup. Parents who are not able to attend are asked to contact the school at 857-3025. Nader To Speak At Ball State MUNCIE, Ind. <AP) - Consumer advocate Ralph Nader will speak at Ball State University as part of this year's National Consumers Week April 24-30. The Ball State Better Business Bureau is sponsoring the week's events, which will focus on future consumerism. Nader, author of "Unsafe at Any Speed: The Designed-in Dangers of the American Automobile," will speak on April 26 about consumer issues of the 1990s. Community leaders are scheduled to discuss Nader's ideas during a business leaders' forum the following day. A seminar for local landlords and tenants is planned for April 28. We Provide Delivery, Set-up & Training in the use of—Durable Medical Equipment 722^5600'"1 9 FOR EASTER Stunning Blue Topaz Ring'350°° \J ainacht^ 325 E, Market / Logamport (N»xt 10 Stole Theatnr) Delicious Extra Rich SOFT SERVE ICE CREAM We would like for you to try our new extra rich Vanilla Soft Serve. There isn't any richer sold in Logansport Coupon Good for a PINT of Hop's Extra Rich Vanilla Soft Serve *ej. s l.J5 Good thru March 31st. Y "Cbupon~Good for a Quart of Hop's Extra Rich Vanilla Soft Serve $ 1.39 Reg.'2.50 Good thru March 31st. We would like to Invite you to try one of our 105 Sundae's made with our Extra Rich Soft Serve Ice Cream. You'll like the large portions too. HAP'S Old Fashion Ice Cream Parlor Eastgate Plaza, Logansport 36th Anniversary SALE Recliner, Sofa's, Loveseats and Chairs all at Great Savings. Hurry! Great Selection. Tuei.-Sot. 9:00-5:00 Friday til 6:00 Closed Mon. Slh t Broadway 722-2215 SATURDAY MARCH 19 Soft Serve and Handippeei Ice Cream Introducing DOLE WHIP NEW VANILLA* Hawaiian Shave Ice •Cones "Shakes/ •Sundaes Banana Splits Mew Shrimp Baske S 2.09 Real Pork Loin Chili Dogs Chi Chi Dogs Barbeque Curly Fries Onion Rings OPEN II a.m. 'til 9 p.m. 7 DAYS A WEEK 508 S. Cicott Any Sandwich and Drink Combination Now thru Wed.fi/larch 23rd 722-4504 Wunda Weve Drayton Hall the carpet that looks like a million and does not show the marks. Reg. $31. 95 SAVE SALE SO" S^V^Bwv Wunda Weve Buxton a thick heavy cable of stain safe earpet ' SALE Reg.M7" ***** SAVE $OO 60 $ 14" OO Wunda Weve Hooray is great saxony plush in many colors. Reg.'U" SAVE $Ali *6" $g36 Coronets MS - 587 plush carpet that looks great. Reg.'U" SALE '5« E $g" Coronets Footloose and Fancy Free of Stain Master fiber. A trackless carpet of the newest colors. Reg. '19" SAVE $ 5" SALE 13 96 Coronets S'Wonderful Like the song says. Royal Plush. SALE $4A96 20 715 E. BROADWAY LOGANSPORT - 722-4663 Indiana's Finest Furniture Store! Tu0i.-Sat. 9:30-5 Frl.tU7

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