The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 23, 1975 · Page 10
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TH6 WtAJOSPORt FACTS t, tfcXAJ. SWflAY. NOveMMn to. Plan A increases AISD special education enrollment i depending on available funds may enlarge those classes by another « per in This projection was presented to members of the Angleton School Board this past week whew Aubrey Garner, director of the district's special education program since August, reported on the tress of the plan. fan A, an expanded form of the state's Com- ANQLETON - The state's expanded Plan A program increased enrollment In the Angleton independent School District s special first implemented by the SS"* 1 ,«?"•«• b * ™ AISD this year, one year students this year, and before it becomes man- datory In all Texas school districts. The projected Increase In the program's enrollment was included under expansion needs for 197S-77. Strot. Jack Simmons said the increase depends on available funding from the state. Enrollment as of this month totaled 363 students and 19 teachers, according to Garner's report. A homebound program was instituted this year for students with a doctor's certification stating they would not be able to attend school for at least four months, Gamer suld. Presently three students arc receiving instruction at home, ami they are taught by one teacher who also works with the learning disabled Garner said the plan has been basically a broadening of the district's special education services, with students receiving longer per hour Instruction. He noted last year four students received instruction for the deaf in Freeport, when no deaf program was available in Angleton. Tills year, through the Bratorla-Fort Bend Deaf Education Cooperative, one teacher serves seven students In the Angleton ar«a, Seven students are enrolled In the district's new Karly Childhood program for children aged three to five The student-teacher ratio was decreased In speech therapy classes, where three teacher* now instruct 130 students. Last year, when the program was chiefly dlstrict-fumW, only one speech therapist had been employed to serve too students, the report showi. Though cliuse* for the learning disabled student* have Increased In enrollment from 00 to 100, five teachers «r« now employed In that area instead of one. The student-teacher ratio in the cJwwa for the mentally retarded alio tawmed when enrollment dropped from 77 to 60 Six teachers are employed for their Instruction If funding would be available, Ih* report on expansion need* gnowf, one teacher would be hired to Instruct multiple* handicapped students, and the clause* for the I«*mU| disabled could double enrollment (n executive session following the school board meeting the trustees •greed to employ Scott Oovington »« ft vocational counselor at Angleton High School. Mrs. (Hrline Brown wm granted a diwbUlty leave ** a fourth g< de teacher at the W«auide Klwnro ' lary School, and Mr* V««» Cuxter w*s hired M , her replacement, Supi Simmons HAPPY THANKSGIVING SAFEWAY cpxum^a 6 ^ Pumpkin Pies or Bel air Mince Pies Your Safewaj Store Will Be CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY | Whippin^ta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27 We wish jou a wrj happy holiday! Uc«ne, Specul! ., „ (IPmian,..7S-) . c?n. Sour Cream Ucenw Fish Sticks Trophj Bnnd 1& Pip. Strawberries 1 ^ , -^ 29* 3a $ l Fried Chicken&^ $ 1.99 ^s Cream Pies; Orange Juices Waffles Bd-jifSCt. Pi!. s Cake Mixes MB. Wrifhb Frosting Mixesg Biscuit Corn Meals Salad Oil IS.S Ot r* '^59' I Cut! ."ft'1.59 Meat Pies Shortening Velkay. All Purpose Salad Dressing Pwdnwit Sandwich Spread Mayonnaise Preserves s ar. "^ 98* ^ Peanut Butters j it J 1.75 SoftDrinks«« 3091^ Dill Pickles"- CnpmwtCirtK«j«id(KOT|....BJiXw «"l« rlUVIC5*. M Can Drinks ^i** Ripe Olives CrafmMrtCarbauled(Oiet IT) , Town HOOM S«te<1 Pftted ........ 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Green Beans Beef Stew*" Canned Chili Chunk Tunatu Green IS Oil Cut FINEST SAFEWAY QUALITY MEATS! Tom Turkeys Young Gude 'A' USD* Impeded 0»*r 18Po«nd». . . , Lb. Hen Turkeys Young Turkeys JLQC Turkeys a $4<r«jf $«n l«|r/3( Or»( 10 UK Ik %J Jf f<let»( 5«« >J^«| Ow* Young Turkeys &' <!MV Armour Turkeysfe M^ Turkey Roast Turkey Roast Hindq HMfttimK uarte5 75< -«„ .,* «*, 79 ' 1 Fryer RoastefS^*?»*?i l »tjl fal *"Vi83 l £'2.79 Turkey RoasUr;£VU t»4.29 * ^ l * 1J A t\ T\tt ^ L n**w *M»W* 4tfif»* 4 i,** rtr i <»». 4.«jy UUCR'«*ifc.i4» * »w«9i<i ,,i. 95 c Roasting Chickens Smoked Hams Rib Roast End .) 1.81 $ 1.29 1.69 Vi'1.65 Smoked Ham . Smoked Ham Wurf*«»(itktt Mjji » J "J* *3 Cmtn Ss«i< K^tw l<Mit<t li I* It U U I •%9%F Ktfitl^iM n Ham Nuggets ^.HK** u '2.69 Sliced Bacon if?;, HalfHams^«3L tiJ 2.98 Slab Sliced Bacon itl 1.48 Sliced BaconSrr^" VJ*»1.69 Pork Loin Chops'-SU"' u»1.38 Smok-Y-Linkst^i H n5U.09 Pork Roast 5S;"JSr* ..'1,49 Canned Ham'W^.lL'L. Blade Roast 311 Cw Whole Fryers MSOA Gride 'A' inspected for Whokwmtncu (Cul Upi..lb. 53') 1.19 Premium Ground Beef Lunch Meats Beef Franks Fryer Parts Lunch Meat £5. Pork Link Sausage I*HA» "A 69* u89* Beef Fun Franksr.^t^.'rij'l.ig 4.09 Smoked Sausage.,,,, u»1.59 '1.25 Standard Oysters & "fc'l.OS 4.19 OysterseS!^ '?i»1.19 Chuck Roast 7^^ Arm Pot Roast $ i - B«tf.BUtf«*llKkP««l8«JMCwt lb. JT ^ 8*riO«lif»8C«<US04Clwiu u|J_ RibRoast%:&ia u'1.59 Rib Eye Steaks OS" 1 * u '3.49 Boneless Roast l^til^r u »1.59 Top Round Steak tftt" u *1.68 Little Sizzlerss Sl« ttttt Hurt Cm 2401 ..&•' 1 Party Dips lucerne, lor Chips Jin 4i h s « |»» UW««B« *t»fll^ ^W CtS*. 5'.Can Biscuits-. ^."•zlV 1>so '-3J| Colby Cheesessi^l.39 ^ ButtonMushrooms?^ 3^U Margarines- 3doi 1 MiKhrnnm^f.'"''*''^ 4 ,°'?Q ( Praam PhoAco 1 *""* Snack Pudding5a~^59' MUS " room5 '—- ••-«» cream Cheese^, mc«E»8rtveSiw.,Man.,T«i».,w«J,, ^ OPEN 'Til MIDNIGHT-7 A DAYS A WEEK! SSSBBT" « 32' W39 1

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