Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 10, 1976 · Page 22
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 22

Garden City, Kansas
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Tuesday, August 10, 1976
Page 22
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Twelve New Teachers For Cimarron Schools DESERTED PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT school this fall. over town will soon be again the centers of enthusiasm and merry-making as students return to Telegram Photo For fashion-wise small fryes! Bouncy, bendable and super tough bottom looks really neat. just like big brother's and sister's SNAPPY Jumping-Jacks Available In: Rust Grain Leather Most feet arc horn perfect. They should slay that way. SIZES: 6'/i to 10 10% to 3 3% to 7 $14.95 $18.95 $20.95 BANK AMERICARD and MASTERCHARGE Welcome Enrollment at Dighton Is Expected to Drop Slightly r*f/-'iJTViM o_t i _r ... DIGHTON — School officials are anticipating a small decline in the Unified School District 482 enrollment here this year. Last year 495 students were enrolled in the district's six schools. This year only 480 are expected. The district's 37 teachers and three administrators will greet the students on Tuesday, Aug. 24,-as the students attend their first day of school this fall — a full day. Enrollment for the rural schools will be on that first day, with the schools in Dighton having taken care of enrollment this week. No Weathermen CHICAGO (AP) — If man ever builds colonies on the, moon, weathermen won't be needed. The moon has no weather as we know it. According to "World Book Encyclopedia," the moon has no clouds, no rain and no wind. Astronauts on the moon must use radios to communicate because there is no air to carry sound. High school enrollment schedule is seniors Monday, juniors Tuesday, sophomores Wednesday and freshmen Thursday. The high school will be open for enrollment from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Lincoln Primary and Dighton Grade students will be enrolling at their respective school buildings from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. this week also. Divided alphabetically, grade and primary students whose last names begin with A-F enroll Monday, G-K on Tuesday, L-Q on Wednesday and R-Z on Thursday. Eight new teachers will be on the staff this'year. They are: Mark Jenson, high school biology; Miss Shirley Joseph, Dighton Grade School, fifth and sixth; Mrs. Joan Schroeder, Dighton Grade School Title I reading; Mrs. Mary Prose, Dighton Grade School seventh and eighth; Miss Gayla Smith, Amy grades one-four; Gary Haynes, high school basketball coach and mathematics; James Simmons, Dighton Grade School fifth and sixth; and Charles Gibson, grade and high school band. Joe Wallace is the New high school principal this year. New classes offered in the high, school this year will include office simulator and data processing, advanced biology, and Art III. CIMARRON — School enrollment in Cimarron is expected to increase by 15-20 students. Ensign enrollment will stay about the same. That was word this week from Norman Baldwin, veteran superintendent for Cimarron-Ensign Unified School District No. 102. This will mark his 17th year in that post. George Giddens will be Cimarron High School principal (grades 7 through 12) for the 12th year. Elementary- school principal there for the fourth year is Willy Penner. At Ensign, Virgil Nason will be high school and grade school principal for the second year. The district has 49 teachers: 13 at Ensign and 36 at Cimarron. Twelve new teachers have been hired in the district for the 1976-77 school year. All will be at Cimarron. The list includes these: Mrs. Dawn Schultz, home economics. Rod Lucas, junior high math and coaching. Dennis Hornung (formerly at Ensign and Greensburg) junior-high science and head high school basketball coach. Dick Leatherwood, fifth grade; he is a Cimarron High graduate who was in the Garden City school system last year. Stan Boggs, sixth grade. Martin Dunlap, instrumental music director. Mrs. Dennis (Kathy) Hornung, first grade. Mrs. Joyce Schroeder third grade, Miss Carol Kaufman, high school business department. Dale Voth, junior high science. Brent Langley, high school science. Mrs. Marilyn White, third grade. Last year's total enrollment for the district was 607 students in kindergarten through 12th grade. Cimarron had 509 students in the 13 levels. Ensign (without a kindergarten) had 98. The district total is expected to be around 620 this year, with Cimarron increasing 1520 students. "There's a lot of building going on here in Cimarron," Supt. Baldwin reported. "Lots of young families are moving in. The insurance companies hire a lot of folks here. And feedlots and irrigation also' help." Cimarron's first day of school (hand a day) will be Page 12A < Garden City Telegram Tuesday, Aug. 10,1976 Monday, August 23. Boys and girls in grades 7 through 12 enroll on Thursday, August 19. Those in grades 11 and 12 enroll the following day. "Most everyone pre- enrolled last spring before school was out," Baldwin said. "Our Cimarron students will pick up their books on August 19 and 20." He added that youngsters in kindergarten through sixth' grades should come to school the week of August 16 through 1 20. They can pay their fees then and pick up their textbooks. ' Lunch prices in the' Cimarron-Ensign district have gone up a bit. Grades'1 through 6 pay a nickel more per meal this time: now up to 5 cents. Those in grades 7' throuh 12 pay 65 cents instead' of 60, as they did last year. Ensign students enroll on Wednesday, Auust 25. That is all grades: 1 thrugh 12. 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