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Dancer wants students
J Carol Newman has been danc'
ing since she was five. She says, ' I
can't imagine life without dance."
( Emotions, stories and culture
arc channeled into dance, explains
Newman, and "anv child can re
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Students in tenth grade P.E. classes learned about cultures and dances of other countries. Dance artist C arol
Newman does a Guatamalen folk dance with (left) Miles Burke and (right) Merlin Tom.
MJH students named
Seventh Grade 4.UU Honor Roll
Jennifer Broker. Emnuilee Brown.
Travis Chester, Deann Cordes. Betsy
Cordill, Nicole Dexter. Brandon
Durette, Rebecca Grote. Crystal Ciui
ney, Erika Harris, Jeremy Jacks, Holly
Jasa, Lisa Mathcnv. Arm McN'amec,
Phillip Miller. Kelli Palmer. ErieSam
sel. Norma Thompson. Tiffany Thorn
ton and Julie Liter.
Seventh Grade Top Honor Roll (3.50
3.99) Thomas Cockran. Ciina Cox. Nicole
Dodson. Yvonne Earl. John Oervais.
Kristina Granby. Doublas Green.
Lbretta Hall, Becky Harrison. Brent
Harrison. Jamie Johnson. Matthew
Junge. Melissa Lindley. Marie Long.
Brook Luther. Angeia McConnell.
Robert Norton. Gary Richards. Alli
son Sites. Eli Smith. Heather Springer,
Jake Suppah and Adriana Ward.
Seventh Grade Honor Roll (3.00-3.49)
Melissa Anderson. Micah Anderson.
Samuel Baer. RaehellciBettega. Joseph
Brown. Jennifer Cooke. Dusty Dit
more. Guimar Domingue, Tatiana
Fisher. Christopher Flore. William
Hastings. Kimberlv Hurrelbrink,
The following Madras High
School students received citizen
Annette Applehans, Rosalee
Applehans, Kathryn Bozarth, Carrie
Burtis, Diana Cavalli, Heather Clow-i
ers, Bradley Collins, Teri Courtney,
Scott Delamarter, Jesus Diaz-Carbaka,
Darin Earnest, Spencer Gerke, Elva
Gonzalez, Russell Graham, Amy haw
kins, Jessica Jacks, Jeremy Jasa, Gary
King,' David Lange, Robin McRey
nolds, Jennifer Mollman,Obed Moody,
Samuel Negrete, Sara Olson, Christine
Orcutt, Nathan Pollard, Jason Potampa,
Emily Ray, Jeannette Resse, Armando
Rios, Jennifer Runge, Ofelia Santos,
James Sites, Susan Skavlan, Chad
Smith, Leif Suppah, Dionne Thomas,
Stormy Weathers and Jason Williams.
Kimi Buslach, Sandra Carroll,
Rebekah Dodson, Arlina Duff, Veron
ica Gonzalez, Angela Hagedorn, Sha
COCC child care available
Students at Central Oregon Com
munity College who are seeking
quality, affordable child care while
they attend classes, study or work,
can contact the COCC Child Care
The Center, located at 1599 NW
Galveston, provides care for child
ren ages 2 and one-half to eight
years. It is open between 7:30 a.m.
and 5.00 p.m, Monday through
Friday. Cost for child care is $ 1 .00
per hour, or students can exchange
one hour of service in the Center
for two hours of child care. Drop
in fees are $1.50.
Pre-registration will be held
March 5 through 9 and is on a first-
Outstanding citizens of the month
for January at Warm Springs Ele
mentary are: Kindergarten Jerold
Wewa, Nicole main, Jane Stwyer,
Tamera Bryant, Joseph Harding,
Eliza Kalama; First grade Mallory
Polk, Anthony Mitchell, Karla
Kalama, Shirley Hoptowit, Mar
celina Arce; Second grade Ross
Eagle Culpus, Mario SMith, El
freda Smith. Rosalina Arce. Una
Johnson; Third grade Desirec
Sutterlee, Jacob Harding, Chanelle
Jackson: Fourth grade Ardis
Smith. Clarence Bryant. Tarivia
Parra; Fifth grade Nicole Garcia.
Jason Tohet and Evans Spino.
spond to music and dance."
Working with Madras High
School students during the week of
February 12, the Artist in Resi
dence is sharing her knowledge of
other cultures with tenth grade
.1 1. Kill) Kunt, MiUmci Olson. Nika
Pollard. David Rivas. Eric Runge.
Kristin Sampson. Jolene Snapp,
Anthony Stradley, Kelli fhomasand
Eighth Grade 4.00 Honor Roll
Sarah Badten. John Boyle, leresa
Campbell. Brooke Earnest, Stephanie
Harris. Kelly Jasa. Allison Kirsch,
Amanda Nasset. Florence Petock, Erin
Potampa. Jody Rolf. Sarah Vibbert,
Todd Vibbert. Rachel Ward and Rale
Eighth Grade Top Honor Roll (3.50
3.99) Nicole Alexander, Amy Anderson,
Nicole Becquet, Scott Cavender, Ben
jamin Christensen, Nathan Dexter.
John Gallup. Edward llagedorn.
Randall Harvey. Janna Jones. Stacy
Long, Jennifer Marston. limothy
Mennealy. Sunmiet Minniek. Bonnie
Morgan. Manda Neilson. Tiffany
Obenhaus. Jamie Rask, Karen Riley.
Danielle S'ahme." Melanie Sc'hul.
Daniel Stevenson, Lindsay Sundberg,
Jason Thomas and Daniel Wright.
Eighth Grade Honor Roll (3.0-3.49)
Chirstopher Ansteti, Josephine Cox.
Annette Dickev. Zachary Druckrey.
recognized for citizenship
hin Henrikson, Kelly Jackson, Jen
nifer Kane, Jeremy Lagers, Cecilia
Madrigal, Susan Marston, Ronald
Palmer, JoAnne Parsons, Cole Ratliff,
Melanie Ray, Jarrod Sampson, Luis
Sauceda, Misty Summerhalder, Crys
tal Thurman, Juanita Wickham, Brad
Wright and Joseph Zachary.
Marvin Arquette, Eldo Badten, Paula
Bailey, Kristine Benson, Kenny Bicart,
Susan Boatman, Michael Charlie, Jus
tin Chester, Chad Duff, Dennis Fischer,
Elizabeth Gonzalez, Lauri Hagan,
Anthony Holiday, Bryan Hopps,
Michele Huntington, Oliver Hyder,
Rhonda Ike, Jeff Irey, Angelica Lopez,
Cainon McDonald. Lance Mitchell,
Todd Mobley, Ronald Nelson, Israel
Olson, Melanie Orcutt, Eric Petersen,
Irene Rivas, Aaron Runge, Arnetta
Saludo, Gerald Sampson, Armando
Sauceda, Marc Schonneker, Shannon
come, first-served basis. To make
an appointment call COCC Child
Care at 382-4967.
Jacques Marline ol Warm
Springs was recently elected slu
dend body president lor Madras
High School. I h high school jun
ior is joined by Anythony llolliday
as v ice president, Kelly Jackson as
secretary and Kelly (ilenn as treas
urer. Kimi Buslach and Juanita
Wickham are co-ad gcrs and
Melinda Casady and Erika l uce
are co-conces ns managers. San
dra Carroll it, parliamentarian and
Michele Simmelink is school boa id
Friday, March 9
at Madras Elementary School
Activities include games: fish pond,
cake walk, bingo ana more
students. She has engaged them in
dances from Central America.
Romania and Israel. At the same
time she is teaching them about the
people whose cultures include these
to honor roll
ttim Frednekson. Angela (ktwiis,
J.iDc Goiuly. Daniea Greene, Charity
Hamilton. Marc Heckaihorn. Mandy
Hume. Kelly Jackson. Lamar J.iekson.
Ellis l angley. Christopher I ninan.
Students increase GPA
The following Madras High
School students increased their
GPAs by one or more grade point.
Marcos Arizmendez, Shane Barnes,
Jolene Boise, Darin Earnest, Jason
Kane, Dionne Thomas, Jason Willi
ams, Deschelle Davis, Jason Lemley,
Tom Ball, Stacev Bean, Kristine Ben
Good attendance noted
The following students have
missed no more than one-half day
of school since the beginning of the
1989-90 school year.
Annette Applehans, Rosalee
Applehans, Kevin Bicart, Chad Cas
ady, Chandra Chard, Bradley Collins,
Teri Courtney, Anthony Gallimore,
.springer, Karen Mevenson, I odd Sul
livan, Jeremy Symons, Monica Telfer,
Eariene Tufti, Christa Vibbert, Allen
Wickham and Sidney Widmer.
Christopher Benham, Russell
Camphouse, Jeffrey Collins, Daniel
Comingore, Nikki Courtney, Tammy
Eliott, Shirley Estep, Rachel Freeman,
Eduardo Gabrie, Michelle Graves,
Jason Harris, Elizabeth Hisatake,
Joseph Hogge, Michael Holcomb, Kerra
Jones, Dorothy Kalama, Danni Kat
chia, James Lange, Bonnie Lathrop,
Connie Lathrop, Kelsie Morlan. Ogil
via Pineda, Joey Ratliff, Ignacio Rod
rguez, Scotty Rufener, Shawn Smith
and Sean Vibbert.
Parenting discussed weekly
The Parent's Journal with Bobbi
Conner'will feature the following
March 8 The Super Parent
Syndrome with guest Dr. Lynne
Williams, author of The Too Pre
March 15 Teaching YourChild
How to Make Sound Decisions
with Dr. John Clabby, author of
Teach Your Child Decision Mak
ing. March 22- Children with Learn
ing Disabilities with Dr. Larry
Silver, author of The Misunder
March 29 Children and Read
ing with Amy Conn, children's
April 5 Juggling Careers and
Family with Sally Wendkos Olds,
author of Working Parent's Guide.
April 12 Nurturing Creativity
in Children with Dr. Teresa M.
Amabile, author of Growing up
April 19 --The First Year with
Dr. Burton White, director of the
Center for Parent Education
April 26 To be announced.
Newman brings postcards, slides,
adventure stories and costumes to
the classes to share with students.
She wants them to get to know
these people whoare both different
and the same as each of the students.
To help the students understand
culture, Newman asks students to
find out what their ancestral back
ground is. She asks them where
their great-grandparents came from
and helps them "to make a connec
tion with their heritage," she says.
She also emphasizes that students
"must not throw away what they've
got," that is their culture.
The artist, who has traveled to
many countries in the world, wants
to see people learn about each
other. It is in this way, she feels,
"we will achieve peace." To meet
this end, "children are our greatest
resource," she adds.
The Astoria, Oregon based artist
has taught classes in schools in
elementary through college level
for fifteen years. "Dance is my
love,"she relates. She is anxious to
share it with others.
15 March Birthday Lunch
19 Spring Vacation
26 Award Assembly
6 Third quarter ends
20 Awards Assembly
Dustin May. Jessica Mouney, I. eon
Osteibaan. Angela Parks. Anthony
Read, I rank Reese. Clayton Simmons,
Saeheen Smith. Jenniler lulti and
son, Kenny Bicart, Athena Garrett,
Bryan Harrison. Shawna Jackson, Otis
Johnson. Judean Lewis, Jacques Mar
tinez, Scott Smith, Andy Stacona,
Cynthia White, Tammy Elliott, Eliza
beth Hisatake, Rosanne McKinley,
Ignacio Rodriguez, Thurman Squiem
phen, Erica Stockdale and Kevin Story.
Kevin Hopps, Vangelique Jack, Gary
King, David Lange, Christine Orcutt,
Nathan Pollard, Antonia Romero,
Jennifer Runge, Susan Skavlan, Wendy
Smith, Heidi Stephens, John Summers,
Charles Wewa, Kimi Buslach, Melinda
Casady, Joel Coronado, Justin Dob
kins, Rebekah Dodson, Margie Du
rette, Juan Garcia, Angela Garren,
Ryan Grote. Jason Horner, Anne Jasa,
Allen Jones, Juanita Kalama, Jesus
Leyva Leon, Erika Luce, Dalene Lyb
bert, Susan Marston, Heather Miller,
Ronald Palmer, Gary Sampson, Daniei
Samuels, Vernon Squiemphen, Misty
Summerhalder, Phillip Summers,
Juanita Wickham and Brade Wright.
Eldo Badten, Paula Bailey, Juan
Coronado, Phyllys Crask, Chad Duff,
Tina Garcia, Bryan Hopps, Oliver
Hyder, Lance Mithcell, Derek Rodgers,
Monica Telfer. Allen Wickham, Sid
ney Widmer, Jeffrey Collins, Daniel
Comingore, Nikki Courtney, Eduardo
Gabrie, Michelle Graves, Kerra Jones,
Danni Katchia, Kelsie Morlan, Gary
Prince, Thurman Squiemphen, Kevin
Story and Gabriel Wymore.
The Parent's Journal is a nation-
ally broadcast parenting program
heard Thursdays at noon on KWS1,
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Student think health
Madras Jr. High students created posters in Carol McClellaMTs health class as an activity in the Here's
Looking at You 2000 drug and alcohol prevention program. Displaying their posters are: (left to right, top
row) Rachelle Betega Little Fawn Suppah, Gilbert Brunoe, Justin Dauphinais, Charlie Currie, (front
row), Virgil Orange, and tt illiam S witzler.
MHS honor roll
4.00 Honor Roll
Curie Hiutiv Scott Delaiiuiiter.
Dai in I ai nesl. Spcncci (icikc, leieniy
.Lis, i. ( i,u K ing. ( risline reuil. Jason
Pol.imp.i and lames Sites.
All-Star Honor Roll
( hail ( . is, hI. Itiadk'V Collins, leri
Cotiitnev. Niki I oi man. KiNaGalycn.
niernssa Gnniin. Jesica Jacks. Natha
niel Johnson. David I ange. Heather
Martin. Nathan Pollard. I ami Rask.
I link K.i and .lennilei Runge.
Annette Applch.inv Rusalee Apple
hans, Harley Bailey. Shane Haines.
Kailnyn Boarth. I )iana Cavalli. Chan
dra ('haul. Heather Clowers, Kevin
llopps. I aura Jones, Audia I von.
Ala Macs. Brandy May. Ashlee
Miirlan. Julie Morse, I homas Norton.
Cariann Oliver. Saia Olson. Shawn
Philei . .leannetle Reese. Ai mando Kios.
Olelia Santos. HeaiherStracner. Heidi
Stephens. I oil Suppah, Dionne I ho
mas. Raelvnn VValdow, Storm)
Weathers and Madena Wjngaiden.
4.00 Honor Roll
Kimi Huslaeh. 'Margie Dinette, .len
nilei Kane. Erika Luce. Moel Neilson.
.leniiiler Samsel and Juanita Wiek
hani. All-Star Honor Roll
Meliiula Casads . Angela llageilorn.
Shahin llenrikson. Kelly .laekson. Anne
Jasa. Susan Marston. Crystal Ihur
iii. in and Bradford Wright.
Anthony Allen. I alma Black. Ryan
Boyle. Sandra Carroll, I ric Creelman,
Rehekah Dodson. Arlinda Dull.
Amanda I ine. I uanne Loll. Veronica
Gon.ile, Michele Gregg. RyanGroic.
I iiuh llink. Kristina Johson. Jason
lemley. Donald Long. Cecilia Mad
drigal. JoAnne Parsons. Bethany
Peterson. I roy Philei. Cole Ratlill'.
Melanie Ray. Michele Simmelink.
I. .iiii.i Sims, .lonathon Smith. Orlando
Stevens. Misty Summerhalder. Daphne
lingle. ikki VA'erner and Richard
Three winners selected
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Warm Springs Indian Health Service
judge Injury Prevention Campaign
Three Warm Springs Elementary
school students won the injury pre
vention campaign poster contest
sponsored by Indian Health Ser
vice. The three will be able to com
pete in the national IHS campaign
in Rockville, Maryland.
First grade winner was CeCe
Polk; second grade winner was
Pamela Saunders and fifth grade
student winner was Ina Wainan
wit. Each first place winner received
4.00 Honor Roll
Bryan llopps. Monica teller and
All-Slar Honor Roll
I Ido Badten. Justin Chester. Phyl
lys Crask. Kelly (ilenn. Michele Hun
tington. Scott Hurley Oliver Hyder.
Randy Jackson, Kristine King. Deunna
l awson. I odd Mobley, Derek Rogers.
Cory Spollord. Karen Stevenson anJ
Paula Bailey. Kristine Benson. Kenny
Bicart. Susan Boatman, Jeff Broker.
Jacob Coochise. Michael Dickey. Chad
Dull. Nicole Eifield. Robert Galyen.
I ina Garcia, Elizabeth (ionale. Kip
Gray. I auri Hagan. Kenneth Hart.
Rhonda Ike. Charles Maben. Cainon
McDonald. Lance Mitchell. Christina
Moses, Israel Olson. Melanie Orcutt.
Eric Petersen. Aaron Runge, Shannon
Snruinget. Susan Stewrl. Todd Sulli
van. I.orene Wainanwit. Aaron Warst
ler and Wy nema Wolle.
4.00 Honor Roll
Jellrey Collins. Kerra Jones. Kelsie
Morlan. Joey Ratlill and Marty
Ail-Star Honor Roll
I ucinda Binder. I odd Earnest. VA il
ham Eborall. lammy Elliott. Michael
llolcomh. Julie Kester. Jan Osborn.
Shawn Smith and Sean Vibbert.
Christopher Benham, Russell Camp
house. Anthony Chopita. Daniel
Comingore. Rachelle Cooke. Eduardo
Gabne. Michelle (iraves, Jason Har
ris. Marey Hawes. Darrin Jones. Dan
nie Katchia. Angela Krueger. Bonnie
l.athrop.Joel Marline. Ogilviu Pineda.
Vernon Reeves. Samanlha Rolle.
KathleenSilvia, MaurieeSmith. I hur
man Squiemphen. Ericca Stockdale.
Kevin Story. Jenniler Stubbe. Sarah
V.rllmer. Scott Weisen and Gabriel
Denotes cumulative 4.0 GPA.
sanitarian Larry Dauphinais helps
$45. Prize money was donated by
the school and IHS.
Second place winners in the con
test were first grader Darylynne
Scott; second grader Craig Gra
ham and fifth grader Jolene
Simtustus. Each second place win
ner received $5.
Judges for the contest were Pat
Creelman, William Moses, Eva
Montee, Ron Barnes. Gary Mar
shall and Larry Dauphinais.