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    2D COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL December 30, 2015
Dorena Happenings continued
building. In this instance,
classrooms are locked
down. In lockdown drills,
students practice staying
out of sight and blocking
an intruder’s access.
Counseling Options
Mrs. Scrima has been
working on getting coun-
selors to see students at
Dorena School. If your
child could benefi t from
counseling, please, con-
tact the school. If Scrima
is able to justify a signifi -
cant need, we may be able
to offer counseling ser-
vices at Dorena School.
FAD
In January, Dorena will be
starting Round II of Fun
Afternoons at Dorena.
We are looking for com-
munity members who are
willing to work with a
small group of students
on an enrichment activity.
We offer a big “Thank
you!” to Stacey Atwell-
Keister, Evelyn Doolittle,
Olivia Scrima, and Peggy
Cameron for volunteer-
ing their time and efforts
to make FAD Round I
a success. Leading an
enrichment activity is a
great way to get involved
in students’ lives and offer
opportunities to them that
they wouldn’t normally be
able to experience. Previ-
ous enrichment groups
have included activities
such as book club, deco-
ration making, puppet
making, music, dance,
chess, basketball, jewelry
making, and bible studies.
We look forward to many
of the returning leaders
and other possible activi-
ties such as quilting. If
you are interested in lead-
ing a FAD group, please,
contact the offi ce or send
a note to school with your
child.
Dorena Students, Parents
and Community in action
SUPPORTING
NEWSPAPERS IN EDUCATION
Thank you to the
following supporters:
Ruth Ackley
Irene Bauder
Angie Borigo
James and Carol Brownson
Cindy Conrad
Russell and Lee Cooper
Robert and Mary Currier
Bob and Janette Dill
Long Family
John and Donna Mansfi eld
Lonny Perini
Ron Pupke
Elaine Roberts
Emily Settlemeyer
Donna Shepherd
Jan Thompson
Randy Turpin
Carol Volesky
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