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SlMIXVY TYMOO W'AKM SI'HIMS. UUIXON 97761 May 23, 1986 laT)
Self-managers learn through mini-courses
by Ed (Dl SO) Roley
I'm writing to thank those commu
nity members who have contributed
their time to the students at Warm
Springs Elementary School through
their teaching the mini-courses
offered to our Self Managers.
The Self Managers Program is
directed at improving student beha
vior. It rewards those students who
demonstrate responsible or self ma
naging behavior. When a student
receives a self managers patch after
completing the application form,
wearing the patch indicates that
the wearer is a person who is able
to take care of themselves. They
don't need an adult to be constantly
An Alcohol-free, drug-free party
is scheduled May 3 1 for all Madras
High School graduating seniors.
The party will be held at the Griffith
Park Athletic Club in Beaverton.
Busses will leave Madras High School
between 6 and 6:30 p.m. following
graduation and arrive at the club
between 9:30 and 10 p.m.
Manyactiviticsare planned, inclu
ding swimming, raquetball and a
casino and all kinds of prizes will
be given away. Some of the prizes
collected so far include fitness center
sessions, tanning visits, gift certifi
cates, a car, dual cassette players,
T-shirt and caps. Money has been
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Matt Clements is one of the seventh and eight grade students at Madras fa revjsed ac Jordine t0 the oercen
Jr. High preparing for the play "William's Window" to be presented taec change in the Consumer Price
May 29 and 30 at 7:30 p.m. at the school gymnasium. The play features ,nex A f j, whose jncome
several scenes from Shakespearean plays ticket prices are S2.00 for adults f ,. " ithj' these guideline and
and $1.00 for students. Senior Citizens will be admitted at no charge.
MHS students place in
Madras High students competed
against 1 1 other schools at the May
17 State Forestry Skills contest
held at Central Oregon Community
College in Bend. Madras completed
the competition in fourth place.
Chuck Grijalva and Mike Mitchell
placed first in first aid.
Mervin Governor placed first in
tree identification. Aaron Rufener
took fourth and Orvie Danzuka
Orvie Danzuka placed fifth in
tool and equipment identification.
In ax throw competition Chris
Holliday placed second.
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KG W-TV sports journalist Scott Lynn speaks to students at Madras High School enlightening tiiem on work
in the broadcast media field. The news staff of that station were in Central Oregon offering a live broadcast
from Smith Rocks and from Mirror Pond in Bend.
As an incentive designed to moti
vate students to earn their patch,
we have developed, along with a
great deal of help from Mrs. Nina
Rowe. mini-courses which only self
managers may attend. Many of
these courses are taught by commu
nity members who have expertise
in a specific area.
We at the school are very apprecia
tive of the efforts of the follow ing
people for the direct effect their
contribution of time and expertise
has had on school discipline through
their teaching a mini-course. Carolyn
Tohet. Jacob Frank, Jr.. Linda
Allen, Lucy Scott, Mercedes Suppah.
J.R. Smith, Trudie Clements. Police
donated by various businesses and
individuals throughout thecommu
nity and will be used to purchase
Cost for the trip is $ 1 5 per st udent
and includes the use of all facilities
at the club, activities and food. The
$15 fee helps defray the cost of the
club rental and the busses. If a
student cannot afford the fee. the
parent's committee will make sure
the students' way is paid for.
For more information contact
Maryl.ou Waldmann at 475-6232,
Wanda Buslach at 475-6210 or
John Curnutt at 475-6425.
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Kelly Lesser came in third in
timber cruisingand third in chainsaw
Compass and pacing saw Steve
McMall place sixth and Wyatt
Woods place fourth.
Marci Tish placed first in novice
girls' tree climbing.
Elected to officer's positions for
the Association of Oregon Forestry
Clubs for ther 1986-87 school year .
are: Kelly Lesser, president; Butch
David, first vice-president; Andrew
David, second vice-president; and
Marci Tish, recorder.
Department for arranging tours of
the new jail, KWSI radio station
for conducting tours of their facili
ties. Special thanks to Mrs. Nin?
Rowe who has encouraged us in
moving ahead with this program.
She has contributed much of the
program. Without her efforts in
arranging for teachers many of the
classes would not hae been pre
sented. Many of the teachers at Warm
Springs Elementary School have
offered their time and expertise to
this project. I would like to express
Westcrgaard-Nimocks v. ho original
ly presented this program to the
Selection of students as next
year's student body officers during
the 1986-87 school year include:
president-Edith Dominguiv; vice-president-Jennifer
Namcnuk; co-ads manager-Jason
Anstett, Todd Shaver; co-concessions
Dawn Jorgensen; parliamentarian
Tory Garcia; school board represcn-tative-Angie
Cheerleaders for next year are:
football-Kym Couey, Danielle
Gauthicr, Alana Rogers. Kim
Ohngren, Brigette Scott, Monica
Wahnetah; varsity basketball-Kym
Couey, Kim Middleton, Angie Posey,
Laura Schott. Nicole Yaw; J.V.
basketball-Danielle Gauthier, Molly
Madden, Crystal Rooker, Cyndi
Stephens, Monica Wahnetah.
Guidelines presented for
Program registration To be eli
gible for preschool a child must
turn three-years-old on or before
September I st-there will be no exceptions.-A
child must turn five-years
old by the same date for kindergar
ten. Income eligibility will determine
a child's preschool placement.
Children with special needs will be
placed in the most appropriate
setting based on identified needs
-and availability of services.
Placement in preschool this year
does not guarantee placement next
fall. Pre-registration is on a first
come, first-serve basis beginning at
the first scheduled physical immu
nization date. Slots are confirmed
when physicals, immunizations and
all registration forms are complete.
Income guidelines The Admini
stration for Children, Youth, and
families determines the 1986 Income
lives in the Warm Springs Commu
nity, is eligible for Head Start. A
tribal member family over the income
guidelines is eligible for tribal pre
school. The Head Start full-day
program is full to capacity and
maintains a lengthy waiting list.
Income is verified by families sub
mitting at the time of registration
either, a W-2 form, tax form
1040 1040 A, Social Security State
ment, Unemployment Compensation,
Pay Stub (not a draw stub). Emplo
yer verifies in writing, or a Public
June 6 at 1:00 p.m.
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Students at Madras Elementary present their best voices to family
Program. Students sang a collection of "Songs of America. "
Warm Springs Elementary sche
dule is busy the last few days of
school. Events include: May 23
three mile beginning at noon; May
24-fifth grade field trip to Gray
Butte; May 26-Memorial Day holi
day; May 28-August birthday lunch,
awards assembly at 2:00 p.m.; May
30-Fourth and Fifth grade track
meet at MHS: May 31-Madras
High school graduation; June 4
June Birthday Lunch; June 6-Mini-powwow
at 1:00 p.m., last day of
Assistance statement. Percapita is
not considered orcounted as income.
I n addition to an income statement.
Social Security numbers of all adults
in the household is required. See
the following income guideline table
for more information. (See table
Physicaland Immunizations Three-year-olds
transferring to the Head
Start Day Care program and five-.'year-olds
transferring to the Day
, Care or going to Kindergarten next
fall are required to have a physical
and immunization. Children who
had a physical examination last
yearare not required to haveanother.
A cooperative effort between Head
FAMILY INCOME GUIDELINES FOR ALL STATES EXCEPT ALASKA AND HAWAII
Size of Family. Unit
Students achieve honor roll
Seventh Grade Top Honor
Eldo Badten, Justin Chester,
Phyllys Crask, Dustin Gassner,
Kenneth Hart, Bryan Hopps, Scott
Hurley, Kristine King, Heather
M.cColm. Todd Mobley. Ronald
Nelson. Melanie Orcutt. Derek
Rogers, Cristina Santos, Cara
Spears, Cory Spofford. Karen
Stevenson, Todd Sullivan, Monica
Telfer, Christa Vibbert, Allen
Wickham and Jared Wilson.
Seventh Grade Honor Roll
Kristine Benson. Susan Boatman,
Georgia Boynton. Scott Brown,
Chad Duff. Tina Garcia, Kelly
Glenn. Anthony Gonzales, Kandace
Gray, Starla Green. Jennifer
Hackman. Michele Huntington.
Oliver Hyder. Otis Johnson. Deanna
Lawson. James Long. Guadalupe
Lope, Glanca Pianola, Robert
Rufener. Rebecca Soliz, Danny
Story and Travis Tunison.
Eighth Grade Top Honor Roll
I ucinda Binder. Pierre Chango,
Jeffrey Collins. Rachclle Cooke,
Venita Devine. William Eborall.
Heidi Fitgcrald. Eric Galloway,
Michelle Graxes. Kirsten Grav, Jasun
Harris. Marcy tlawcs. Derek
Her7hcrg. Damn Jones. Kerra Jones.
Julie Kester. Angela Krucgcr. Blanca
COCC office seeking assistant
The Central Oregon Community
College Warm Springs center is
seeking a part-time clerical and
classroom assistant. Job is a 20
hour per week position with salary
set at $5.38 to $5.76 per hour plus
benefits. This is a 12 month per
year position beginning as soon as
possible. The position is grant
funded through 12-3 1-86 with inten
tion of refunding.
Requirements include a high school
education with at least one year of
office work experience. Must type
Start and I HS has resulted in schedu
ling two days to complete these
requirements, while reducing the
rush to the clinic and time spent for
both the clinic staff and parents.
Blood and urine samples (lab work)
will be taken by the I HS lab techni
cian and nurse on Wednesday, May
28th, while your child is at school.
This includes pre-kindergarten
children at the Tribal Preschool,
Head StarJ (part day) and Head
Start Day Care. Parents need not
be present for lab work. Parent
must be present at theacutal physical
on Tuesday, June 3rd, at the Com
munity Center, from 8:30 to 5:00
p.m., as a doctor will be present.
Children will be taken on a first-
Children, Youth and Families Notice
Family Income Guidelines
more than 8 members,
Medrano, Kelsie Morlan, Jan
Osborn, Joey Ratliff, Samantha
Rolfe. Marty Schmith, Ryan
Simmons, Joseph Slavens, Shawn
Smith, Marcus Telfer, Sean Vibbert
and Gabriel Wymore.
Eight Grade Honor Roll
( harlene Anderson, Anthony
Chavez, Kevin Elliott. Diana Elis,
Soto shows spelling ability
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and friends during this year's Spring
accurately at 5060 w ords per minute.
If lesser speed, person must be
willing to improve by taking a
typing class. All applicants must be
residents of Warm Springs and
have a local telephone number.
A tvping test will be given May
28 at 4 p.m. at the COCC campus
in Pioneer Hall, room 1 10. Interviews
will take place in Warm Springs.
Call 385-5513 for application.
Deadline is May 28. Apply to
Personnel office at COCC. N.W..
College Way. Bend. Oregon 9770 1.
come, first-serve basis. On June
19th, from 8:30 to noon, three-year-olds,
(on or before September
I), will have their chance to get a
physical and a shot. l ab work for
this group is scheduled for
Wednesday, 28th. from I p.m. to 2
p.m. at the Community Center.
Any labwork not completed on
thisday. becomes the responsibility
of the parent. All registration and
physical immunization forms will
be available on the a hove scheduled
dates. Please attempt to have every
thing complete as appointments
are required at theclinicand children
with all required forms submitted,
will be placed first.
add $1,880 for each
Shirley Estep. Steven Hileman,
Jacqueline Irwin, Valeda Jackson,
Connie Lathrop, Rachel Macy,
Theodore Matylinski, Alison
Merritt, Amelia Nielsen. Aneie
Raines, Jonathan Smith, Kevin
Story, Jeffrey Teel, Phillip Telfer,
Jennifer Thornton and Sarah
( denotes 4.00)
Warm Springs Elementary fifth
grade student, Joy Soto, finished
third in her grade level in the
district-wide spelling contest held
May 9 at Buff Elementary.
Soto was one of five students
competing at her level. Results of
the competition are: Elementary -I.
Joel Nielson. Buff; 2. Brenda
McPheeters. Culver; 3. Joy Soto.
Warm Springs; 4. Zach Druckrey,
Metoliusand Stephen Moor, Madras
In the seventh through ninth
grade level Cris Delamarter from
Madras High School took first and
Kristi Ottman of Culv er took second.
Aaron Kendall, Madras High
School, placed fifth in the tenth
through twelfth grade level with
Mia Jones of Culver High School