Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 8, 1974 · Page 23
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August 8, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 23

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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., Aug. 8, 1974 FAYETTtVILLI, ARKANSAS ] 23 Budget The first published budget in 1872 showed schools operated in Fayelleville at 1 an annual cosl o[ S4.250. Twenty years laler Ihe budget, was $5,152.96. First Board The first school board in Fay^ ettevillc met March 20, 1871. J. C. Massie was elected presi dent, __ NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES go metric! (TlMESphoto By Bay Gray) RAMAY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL .. .located at 401 S. Sang Proqrams Outgrow Space Sfa/| Increased At Ramay ROY STANLEY I .PRINCIPAL - . ! -. The-1974-75 schoo} year will find several improvements in the programs at Ramay Junior High School. ' '···'· The'counseling slaff has been enlarged to reduce the'student- counselor ratio frbrrtl 770:1 to 450:1, a .much niore; realistic and workable ratio, r.'' , .Half-time teachers "have been added in the mathematics' and 'social'.studies departments and these'" additions, ·cpupled with ·irrnie "changes "' f iri' · teaching Assignments, will allow us to deduce the size of. most classes "in-the academic .areas; , : SPACE .INADEQUATE ' The addition ' of "· classes although very -welcome, in c r e a s e s - t h e strain" on our 'building facility. We;must in- 'crease ; the number of .floating teachers. That is, teachers who ·'do not have a permanent class- ; room of their own,, but must ·go from one room to another "as" space becomes-.ayailable. { This movement ' : cfeates an : added burden, not only on the "floating" teacher, but also on .the teacher who must: give up ;Ki5 room during his preparation periods. ' ·It seems evident that if ou Lincoln School To Open Aug. 22 For fall Term :hool is to continue to grow nd improve, additional class- oom space must be made vailable in the near future. Because .of the . increased jroilment over the past everal years, the .practice of er.mittirfg all .students free me" at certain periods, has ecome" more/difficult.. This year r we ;w,ill eliminate he' E.G.. period arid substitute series of activity, schedules esigned. to promote individual nd sniall group activities hrough more emphasis on club ctivittes and iritramurals. SPOUTS FOR GIRLS A- new elective course of- ering, girls teain sports, wit give girls an opportunity to mprove their skills in basket ·all, volleyball, soft ball an rack. The teams are scbedued o compete against girls teatru rom nearby schools this year. Ramay is fortunate to havi een selected by the Arkansas tate Department of Education a pilot center for caree: dentation- A vocational education gran f $5,200 lias been provided t urchase material and equip ment lor the program. Tin career orientation class is ope! o eighth and ninth grade slu dents as an elective and i designed to aid the student i selecting an occupational are 'or which to prepare. SUPPORT NEEDED Many Become parents seem more detached froi their children's school activitie as they progress from elemen ary to junior hi h school. Learning to make decision^ o o O O O » » o o m nd'lp become more mdepend nt are necessary parts o 1 rowing 'Up, but junior higl chool students continue to neec heir parents interest, support nd guidance. · One way parents can slay in olicli is by'Occasional contacts yith the teachers. Each teacher as a conference period during le day at which time parents nay schedule appointments or alk with the teacher by .tele- hone.. A ' second way to stay in- orined "arid show support is by avticipating in school activi- ies, such as neighborhood coffee meetings, general Parent 'eacher Association meetings athletic boosters, and band boosters. Still another way might he to volunteer lime as i clerical aide or. tutor at the ichool. REGISTRATION ·Registration for all Ramay students will be held August 15. Students are asked to come to ;he cafeteria between the hours of 9 to H a.m. or 1 to 3 p.m. to pick up homeroom and class assignments. The building will be open for parents and students, to tour and students who did not attend a .Fayetteville school last year are encouraged to come by the school office prior to August 15. Tuition Tuition for non-resident students to . attend Fayelleville school was set at $2 per month and 'students over 21 years of age" were allowed to attend at the same rate in 1871. commodore 3MC 8 digit, full-function, : rechargable calculator w/ ^ memory and automatic QQ 95 conversion. · * commodore MM6 Six digit, full, func- Ql QC tion pocket calculator. Al.TJ commodore US-12P 12 digit, paper printout, multifunction desk-top calculator. 299.95 ELECTROniC cenieR N.W. ARK. PLAZA i LINCOLN - The Lincol 'School will begin the new term ion August 22, aborting to A bert Whiley, superintendent. ' Buses will ruffi.'-thr regule routes at the same:, time as las year beginning oji.rfije opening | date School will-"be--'dismissed| - a t 11:15 the first: day'tad classes will meet for afull day schedule August 23. Lunch will be ; served on the second'day. ; The new gymnasium is ex' pected to" be completed in the early part of the/year, Whiley .said. A new parking, area is presently being '-developed. A :new bus. garage'yand parking area for the bu's,-maintenance -and parking has^alSOibeen completed and a new football field is being developed..-^.::··: " "Our; plans areAtoVconiplete this project by'September 1975. 'Plans are also undejway to rebuild all school-; streets and roads in the near future," Whiley said. ·'. : ''- ''·'?'· : . The old gymnasium ; is being renovated to be used for elementary physical education. The annual painting and summer maintenance is being done and buildings will be ready for the opening of school. NEW FACULTY - A new full time physical edu alien teacher has ^been added ·to the elementary's t a f f and a special education program will augment the curriculum at tnr ·high school. A qualified educa "tor has been employed for this program, Whiley said. Industrial art-s and journalism will be taughl this term in the high school and'.ail. additiona teacher hired to teach English. "We are looking forward t a very fine schoolyears," said ·.Whiley. - " . , , School p e i s o m i e l w i l l mee prior to the opening of schoo · o'ri the following· schedule: ad ministrators, August" 15, at 9 a.m.. school office;, principal and new teachers, August 1 at 9 a.m. for orientation of tin Lincoln School System; schoo secretaries, 1 p.m.- August 16 school' office; custodians and maintenance personnel, Augus · 19 at 9 a.m. school office mechanics and bus drivers August 19 at 10:30 a.m. horn economics building;, lunchroom supervisor and cooks, August ) at 1:30 p.m., school office general faculty meeting Augus '20, 9 a.m., school cafetorium. Principals will also meet wil their teachers Tuesday afternoon to discuss class, schedules, sponsorships, duly' ('schedules. Wednesday will be devoted to class preparation for the first day of school. ·-. ,- · Registration of students will :be announced by --respective ! school principals-,;-,R«}]ten J. 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