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Warm Springs, Oregon
June 29, 1990 PACE 3
mjh scholarship students finish year with variety of activities
MJH top scholars
Top scholars at Madras Jr. High
for the 1989-90 school year have
been listed as:
Amy N. Anderson. Sarah A.
Badten. Wilma J. Bailey, John I).
Boyle, Marcclla M. Brunoe, Tere
sa L. Campbell, Benjamin L.
Christenscn, Rachel D. Clowcrs,
Nathan L. Dexter, Brooke A.
Earnest, Edward J. Ilagcdorn,
Stephanie E. Harris, Mandy A.
Hume, Kelly J. Jasa. Allison C.
Kirsch, Christopher R. Loman,
Stacy Y. Long, Jennifer L Mar
ston, Bonnie J. Morgan, Amanda
R. Nassct, Manda L. Neilson, Tif
fany A. Obcnhaus, Amanda J.
Petersen, Florence M. f'ctock,
Erin N. Potampa. Jamie K. Rask,
Karen J. Riley, Jody D. Roff.
Melanie M. Schul, Daniel R.
Stevenson, Lindsay E. Sundberg,
Sarah A. Vibbcrt, Rachel M.
Ward, Daniel W. Wright. Rafe K.
MJH perfect attendance
Perfect attendance recognition
goes to the following Madras Jr.
Rusty Calica, Alfredo Colao,
Maria Colazo, Izaak Esquiro,
John Gallup, Samantha Gomes,
Charity Hamilton, Charles Hud
son, Chris Huggins, Allison Kirsch,
Eric Langncse, Jacob McDonald,
Heather Springer, Lindsay Sund
berg, Rachel Ward, Jeremy Wat
son, Aaron Wilson, Karen Riley.
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Harm Springs Elementary fifth grade student Ramona Sam Lopet
works on loom during workshop with Artist in Residence Dee Ford
Potter, a Bend weaver. Potter worked with students May 21 through
Michael Martinez browses through book on Indian history.
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A very special thank you
The staff and students at
Warm Springs Elementary
would like to say a very special
thank you to those who attended
our mini-powwow at the end of
our school year. We are most
grateful to Mr. Benson Heath
who took time from his very
busy schedule to be our M.C.,
to the Mitchell Singers, the
North Enders and the Clements
Brothers. We also say thank
you for helping us to celebrate
the ending of another wonder
ful school year. Without you
our powwow would not have
taken place. We are very grate
ful to all of you . Again, thank
you all so very much.
Helen Elliott, the students
and staff at WSE
Discovering where you are and learning about other places in the world is part of learning,
Census information important to community, state
MHS Forestry students plant seedlings at Rimrock Springs bet ween M adras and
Prineville in waterfowl area during the last days of school
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comes from many years of expo
sure to legislative, regulatory and
policy decision-making at the na
tional level working with her tribe
and with other Indian oganizations
in advocating for major support of
Indian needs. For a year in the
early 80's, she was placed on a spe
cial detail to the Secretary of Ecu
cation's Transition Team during
the Carter Administration. Follow
ing this, she was one of 55 people
selected from among 600 candi
dates for a two year stint as an
Education Policy Fellow at George
Washington University's Institute
for Educational Leadership Wash
ington, D.C. working with the U.S.
Department of Education.
Kingman's professional creden
tials include a B.S. Degree in Ele
mentary Education (1963) from
Northern State College, Aber
deen, South Dakota, and an M.A.
Degree in Education (1979) from
Arizona State University. She has
completed much of thecoursework
towards a Doctorate in Higherand
Adult Education from Arizona
In addition to her professional
career, Kingman has served in
numerous leadership positions
with Native American local, re
gional and national organizations.
She is a former president of the
National Indian Education Asso
ciation, a director of Arizona State
Indian Education, and served on
the Task Force on Indian Educa
tion Issues of the Federal Intera
gency Commission on Education.
Her work with the NCAI has
included service on committees
and, prior to her assumption of the
interim directorship, as recording
secretary for the organization.
"Ms. Kingman's work has been
recognized and honored by many,"
advised Ducheneaux. "She is a
warm and gracious woman, and is
the kind of role model we need, a
national Indian leader who brings
the strength of her Indian tradi
tionalism to a life of professional
excellence," he said.
The NCAI is a national mem
bership organization of federal and
state-recognized tribes which
serves as an advocate and voice for
their concerns and issues. As the
chief executive officer for the
NCAI, Kingman is responsible for
carrying out the mandates of the
organization's governing board
and executive council of voting
delegates representing member
Kingman will also oversee the
NCAI Fund, the non-profit tax
exempt research and project arm
of the organization.
For further information, con
tact: NCAI, 900 Pennsylvania
Avenue, S.E., Washington, D C.
20003 (202) 546-9404.
"Were you and all the members
of your household counted in the
1990 Census?" That's the question
the Census Bureau is asking all
Oregon residents as the census
nears completion. "Were You
Counted" is an important follow
up effort, part of a series of opera
tions planned to ensure a complete
count for Oregon and the nation.
"If you believe a census ques
tionnaire was not completed for
your household, or that someone
living in your residence was not
counted, there is a simple form you
can fill out," said Barbara Everitt
Bryant, Director of the U.S. Cen
The form, which is being printed
in newspapers as a public service,
can be filled out by readers and
mailed to a census office. The form
contains only seven questions, and
is also available from community
based organizations Completion
takes only a few minutes.
Oregon residents who feel they
were missed can also provide in
formation over the telephone via a
toll-free number. Beginning June
1 1, and continuing for one month,
toll-free assistance is available 7
days a week between 9:00 a.m. and
9:00 p.m. in English and seven
other languages. The numbers are:
Schilling said a final review of each community and each state in
housing units will be conducted by the nation. In Oregon, we feel that
local governments, with additional
recanvassing where census and
local government housing unit
"These follow-up activities re
quire a great deal of time and
effort, but they are essential to
accomplishment of our goal, which
is a complete and accurate count of
we are on target with our projec
tions and on schedule with our
planned activities," he said.
Census information is used to
apportion seats in the U.S. House
of Representatives, and will be
used to redefine Oregon's congres
sional and legislative districts. Cen
sus figures also play a major role in
sending billions of federal and state
dollars back to communities for
education, health, child care and
other public programs and facili
ties. Census data is also vitally
important to local governments in
planning to meet future commun
ity needs, attracting new business
and industry, and is used exten
sively by businesses in making eco
Were You Counted?
If you believe that you (or anyone else in your household)
were NOT counted, please (in out the (orm below arc! mail
it IMMEDIATELY to:
forms are processed, they are
checked against questionnaires al
ready received to prevent double
"The current operation is one in
a series of "safety net" operations,
planned to provide residents with
every reasonable opportunity to be
counted, according to Leo Schil
ling, director of the 7-state Seattle
Region, which includes Oregon.
"Our basic enumeration opera
tions in both rural and urban areas
throughout the state have been
very successful, and have just con
cluded." In July, there will be an addi
tional follow-up effort to re-check
housing units identified as vacant
during previous operations.
U.S. Census District Office 2779
Naseco's Scandia Square
1155 S.W. Division St., 4
Bend, Oregon 97701
I have checked with the members of my household, and I believe
that one (or more) of us was NOT counted In the 1990 census.
On April 1, 1990, 1 lived at (PLEASE PRINT)
(House number (Street or roadRural route and box number)
(Apartment number or location)
(County or foreign country)
This address Is located between
(Street, road, etc )
(Street, road, etc)
All (amily members and other relatives living here, including foster chiidrtn
All lodgers, boarders, roommates, and other persons living hers'
All persons who usually live here but are temporarily away on a business
trip, on vacation, or in a general hospital
All persons with a home elsewhere but who stay here most ot the week while
working or attending college
Anyone staying or visiting here who had no other home
All persons in the Armed Forces who live here
Alt children in boarding schools below the college level.
DO NOT INCLUDE
Any college student who lives somewhere else while attending college.
Any person away from here in the Armed Forces or in an institution such as
a nursing home, mental hospital, or prison.
Any person who usually slays somewhere else most of the week while working there
Any person visiting here who has a usual home elsewhere
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