Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 10, 1972 · Page 29
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 29

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 10, 1972
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Sentonville Schools Open Aug. 25; Expand Curriculum In Several Areas B E N T O N V I U . K -Schools will oiioti,hi. rtflntonyiHo on Aug. 2 5 . w l t h m hoU-diiy .session. ' i'ull rtny,»ohpd.u)Tnh,,wm stall AUJJ 28,luecurtlng To M n i v l n HtKjjlii botlom, BupvUnUj'iilonl A plomiim of Imllvkliiull/od lutcn ntf h j cm foully undet v«y nt Thqmnj JuKorsmi Women (my School for children pf ml- w / . V " I M t V * l V I INI* ,,.,-... wnkci! 'luUnlng in on a one to one bnsls and both con tent mid -iciflion lonjjlh in based oh Hliideni, need I ho skills co vcicd include language nits, mathematics, and psychomoloj development at bolh pro school and pilmaiy levels iiio pio giiim will terminate Aug 11 . Phis yoai'a fifth, giado will pperalo under a two block semi- (lopnrlmc.ntallv.Gd p r o g r a m J3ach block w|ll-, cp'hlain 'throe teachers specializing; In mathematics, science, und social similes. Each block Isnchcr will teach language \arU, and Ihelr specially In the morning and their .speciality throughout the afternoon." Only the teachers will move from classroom to classroom, ', ·· '. , DIAGNOSTIC EVALUATION ;;A11 incoming first graders will receive n preschool diagnostic evaluation ' T h e individualized mathematics program, which had it's beginning in the sixth grade two Vcars ago. will expand'into the pighlh grade this fall. The non- graded "sixth grade exploratory block" program is.another genlonville Middle School change.-. Al! students .will lake four and one-half weeks each pf art, typing, speech, guidance find nine weeks each of chorus Snd either shop or home eco ( AM-middle school'athletic programs, regardless of grade level, will practice the same period each day under 11)6 cooperative supervision o f : : both the fniddle school and high school coaches. - .-'· : ' '·'·! i A reciprocal program will operate in theVhigh school. Beginning band will be shifted irf- fo . the sixth grade.' Students Wild one or more years'previous Experience will enter either the Middle school or training band . , CURRICULUM; ; Several new programs will be added to l!)e Bentbrivillc High School curriculum, The : Benlon- Villc Casting Company has donated a furnace to be used in teachingi. 7 the techniques oi aluminurn casting.- Semestei elective,'./courses, animal hlis- ba,ndry,'' aulo-mechanics, 'carpentry/', electricity, forestry, horticulture and' landscaping blant.'science and soil science Introduced last ye'ar will now be open 1 to 11 and 12 grade girls, Other new olectives are ecology, Home maintenance basic busi fie'ss math and pre-algebra. " M r s : RuAnn E w i n g . w i l l he directing a "work-experience' , ,,.,,-·; designed lo provide nqlh olnHsroom am! iclntod work oxnorUmco- Course con- «il will Includo vocational rmilh, language arts, discussion of current ovonU, tltp develop rnonl of individual siudenl pro lOLls and clthpi courses wlihln no oxlbllng agrl vocational cur-" rlculurn or actual work ex ' porlenco within tho iBcntoiivfile community Thii program has jocn enriched through dona Ions from, Cable T V und tho Hpao'S Pally News Both James Boyd and Jim Wallace aro currently conduct Ing a livestock program with ninth--lllh giade students Ihli summer progtam centers about rarm operation /Including .tho construction pf a .haybarn and shed;' fence Maintenance, aiid pasture seeding. '. ' , , ' . , . : - . · -,' FACULTY . Personnel joining the ! Ben- .onville School System this year' include Mrs. Martha Wllkcrson, of Henderson Slate College, and Miss Barbara Schacfer, Okla- · nomi. State University, both t o i leach second.grades.; Mrs. , Belly Pryor, Kansas ! State University, and Mrs, Doris O'Halr. Wayland Baplist College, will leach third grade. ;Mvs..'Belly-s'hqofbe' and Mrs. Edith Bryan,."both of tlie University of Arkansas, will teach fourth grade at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School. New middle school teachers include Mr. Jack Gaines, Mrs. Suzclta Pack; Mrs. Vella Lewis and Mrs. Barbara. Abernathy, all of the University of Arkansas, who will leach English, home living-and science, Eng-. lish, and special education re- speclively. Michael Zodrow, of Ihe University of California, Los Angeles, will teach sixth and seventh grade mathematics and sixth grade science. ·" ::?--. , Mrs, Cynthia Porler and : Mi's. Trudy Kerns, also of the University of Arkansas, will teach high school English and science, and' English respectively. Other new personnel include Robert Roy, curriculum coordinator, of the University of,Wisconsin, Madison, !Mrs. Jackie Humbard, middle school,teacher aide, Mrs. Linda Marple, Secretary lo the elementary principal, and Mrs.'Catherine Ny'strom; secretary to the high school principal. ' ; , · ' Some of the clinic's)' institutes, and workshops attended- by Bentonville personnel this year include the future farmers ol America (FFA) Forestry Workshop, Arkansas Coaches Clinic, Drivers Education Workshop. National Science Foundation (NSF) Science Institute': Harvard Project Physics, NSF Math Institute, Behavioral Modifica tion Workshop; Human Rela lions Workshop, Migrant Work shop, Yearbook Workshop,'Eng HIGG1NBOTTOM ...'superintendent' 1 at Benton- Mia. ' · ' : ' , fsh .Workshop, Business iWork- shop, Slate oWrkshcp on Basic Mathematics, Vocational 'Education Workshop,' Secretaries Workshop, Cateleria Workshop, md Ihc Billlding a n d , Grounds Workshop. · ,.. ··':·-··,' - . RENOVATIONS . Miicli attention has been giv : en lo the improvement of the school buildings a n d 1 grounds. The high, school basement was remodeled ^and. furnished to- create two new classrooms to be used In the "work-experience" program. New drinking fountains ; : were purchased and Installed; in both the high'school and gymnasium. The:gymnasium floor was finished,; 'the dressing rooms and restrooms painted, the, ceiling tile replaced, and new lights were Installed. '·-:· A 40 foot '· concrete walk wil soon -be finished between the band building and the high school. Tops oil and seed were placed on the first grade play ground at Thomas Jeffersor Elementary and one set 6 swings will''soon he installed. ; A new fence was also placet oh the north side of the build Ing seperaling the f i f t h , grade playground from the practice field. New .furniture will soon be placed in the high schbo: business classrooms, the "work experience" classroom, and two first grade classrooms. Other new: purchases include ne; portable science dart, maps and globes : for the elementary and middle,school, a new oven for the.;high, school cafeteria ofte liquid duplicator, one.l' mm projector, and supplemen tary materials for the "work experience," ecology, and cle mentary reading programs. Prairie Grove Expects 65 First Graders PRAIRIE GRO.VK - The first day of classes for Prairlo Grove Klemcntary eludehtn Is Aug. 21. Tho Hfhppl-term will open wllh faculty and staff workshops Aug. 17 pnd 18, Mrs. Judy Martin,' teaching special education,' la the only now faculty member on the elementary, .school ; staff. She holds a BSE degree from tho University of'Arkansas and has two years teaching experience, WcndeH'iMcCune Is principal of tho school/ which will have an enrollment of approximately 360 students In grades one through five. The anticipated enrollment In the first grade Is 65, compared to 55 this past year. Enrollment y grades Is expected lo. be trade two GSrgrade three, 70; trade-four |77; ; and grade five 10. A pilot program In Individualized malhernatlca will .be started'Jn the fourth grndo aught by/Mrs. James Leslie. The program will provide specialized training for student! in'd ,'ah opportunity for slafl mernhers'lo observe and g a I n nfprmatlon on the ·, program ext and teaching methods. Physical ; education Classes will be' taught by : individua room leachers with assistance ioni, high ; school students ier'yirig as student ; aldes. / - ; 'The''elementary school rriusli arogram will be contined-as wil ;he Title II program, "Projec child.;:.i,.. ....... ..;.»,.,, The fire marshal and safety patrol programs will be. taken over by fifth ; grade classes. RATIO DECREASED 1 , The teacher pupil ratio 'ha been reduced in grades four an five to approximately 27-1. Thi amounts to a reduction of 1 to 18 pupils per room. Ther three sections In the tw grades this year. During the summer month the buildings have undergon renovation and new playgroun equipment is being installed i preparation for the opening o the new -term. Construction. McCune said, i expected to start soon on th new elementary library .which when completed will ' coritai 2,000 square feet of floor spac and will serve as a complet materials center for the school. The materials center wi contain a generalmaterials an library area, librarian's offic and work area, ^audio-visiia storage area aiid additiona furniture and shelving. Th project is expected to take '15 days to complete/The architec is Dan Stowers of Little Roc and the general contractor i Hcckathorn Construction Co. Kayetteville, /. . If there^s one thin understand, That's why we're introducing Jumping Jacks, Every concerned mother wants what's best for her children. We're concerned as you are, with fitting their feet in the proper shoes. New shoes shouk feel (almost) as good as bare feet, right from the moment they slip them on. And that's the Jumping Jacks secret ' ... barefoot freedom. The leathers are s o f t . . , the construction is flexible .. .and they look as good as they feel. You'H like the fact that we carry enough sizes to fit every child's foot from tots to pre-teens. Bring them in and let our experts fit them as perfectly as it can be done. Jumping-Jacks Todcl Cuddlerl Make Mr, Dee's Your Headquarters For Back to School SHOES FOR EVERYONE Think SHOES Northwest Arkansas Plaza Reglsfrafion Schedule For Sfudenfs Enrolling In City Schools This Fall ' ' ' , - · · ». · ' v V f ' ' . 16; , . .Hitmiiy Junior High, all studonls, B:30, -12 noon; 1 to 3 p.m, Woodland Junlpr,lilg||,;8ovcnth grado, 9 a.m..- 12 noun; 1-3 p.m, \UK. 17. . . . n n m a y Junior High sludcnls new lo FuyGtlcvilto sdic«I district, 8:30 a.m. (or testing Woodland Junior High School registration, eighth grado; 0 a.m. - 12 r.oon; 1 lo 3 p.m. .UK. 18. . . .Woodland Junior High registration for ninth grade, 8 a.m. - 12 noon; 1 lo 3 p.m. Aug. 21, . , .Elementary school registration for pupils new to Fnyellcvllle schools In all school* 8 a.m. to 5 p.m, Aug. 2V25. , , ,Pro-school activities for all teachers Aug. 28. . , .Registration and orientation for high school students and flrrit day of school for all pupils. Lunch will he served. Secondary students will remain:In school a f u l l day and elementary pupils dismissed at 1 p.m. Half-Day Schedule Planned Af Farmingfon For First Week F A R M I N G T O N -- The pchlng date for Farmlngton "ihools Is Aug.- 21,^according ' · a n announcement made by co; R. Ledbetter, supcrln- indent, Registration for senior high chool students Is -Aug. 17 and or Junior hl'gh studenls Aug. 8. Ledbetter asks that all .udents/attending Farmlngton chool pro-register, During the first week of ;hool a ; half-day session 'Is lanned and'teacher orientation '111 be held at'7:30 p.m.- Aug; Buildings and grounds have een renovated during the Ummer months arid new furnl- ure added in the htgh school. Facility membcrs'for the 13723 school year are: ' HIGH SCHOOL Alvy ,Hays, prlnlcpal; C.D Kokehsparger, mathematics Allen Holland, foolball coach Randy Lynch, biology an science; James Gore, chcmistr and science. Mike Edmunds,.' and Juli Laser, English; Tim Nash an T o n y a McCuistton, socia s t u d i e s ; Neil Stromberg basketball coach and sod; studies; D o n n a Oldham, busing department; Jcnnclte Robbln home economics; Inez McNea c o u n s e l o r ;. Janet Cochrai library; jeannine' McMurtre. physical education and driver education and Richard Haegele, agriculture. " ELEMENTARY J o h n Stewart, princlpa Arkamai TlrAKS, Thumlay, rAVITTtVIULI, AMKANIA* 10. 1V7X ~ Greenland School Looks. For Good Year In 72-73 GREENLAND -"Tho year romlsca to bo a good one at rreenland/'isHys Owen E. kut- ·ell, principal,fit tho Greenland econda,ry. School M e w , additions have been made to the faculty, Junior high lussLooms have been remodel- d and the school gymnasium xpandcd, the educator says. We arc looking forward to he 10V2-73 school year with all ludonts reporting at 8;15 a,m. Aug. 30," he said. Registration will start Aug.' JB at 1 p.m. wilh Jllh and I2lh irade students registering in he high school library. Registration for ninth and ten- grade students Is scheduled at 1 p m . Aug. 29 and seventh and elghlh grade students will xi registered on opening day, Aug. 30. ' k. New faculty members' »r1s Mrs, Vlckl Thompson In the English department; Mis$ Janice Culpeppcr and Mrs, Juno Clay- jrook in: mulh; Tom Farmer n the athletic department and John McDonnell In tho shop, A teacher workshop is set for Monday and Tuesday of the opening week and a general meeting,will be held at 9 a.m. Aug. 28 and the SHidcnt Council will serve refreshments. Mildred Murray, Jane Watls and Beverley Davis, first Sradc; Helen Moseley, and 3eulah Davis, second grade; Connine Billings, Marie/Smith and Ann Boynton,' third grade; i Mary Eloise Faddis and Sally Ai)ne Jackson, fourth grade; Jan Russell and- Jack Decker; fifth grade; George Bouquet and Bueky W. Morse, sixth grade; .-;, . t . - . ' ., i . ; Otlier school personnel include Ida Ruby, Oleta Wilson, Llda Giles, Ruby Chaffln, and Iva Bell Morrc, cooks; Jesse Colem a n , maintenance; John Wilson, John Mllchellj JW.O Thomas, Paul Giles, W y ma ti Jones, and Harold Jones, bus drivers; Ray Davis, John Wilson and Tom Wilson, Custb dians, · · · . /"; OWEN E. LUTTRELL . principal, of ,Gr$en1flTul,High School Ioota',/or a '.'good BACK TO CLASS . . . with "Glass"' Whether College of High School bound, PRICE-PATTON has every thing that's new for f a l l . , .NOW! Here are a few FALL SUGGESTIONS: Dress or, Casual, from. CORDUROY SUITS Color., Camel, S R ROO . . . . ,, . Burgundy, Rust by Monsieur Bernard · LEATHER COATS by Crescp' SUEDE SPORT COATS by Reed CU/CATCnC in Vivid Fall Colors--styles In Vested, n- O Y Y C M I CKO . 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