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1 Hoke 3ndi Harry Hazelwood Atkins Dameron ) Jones Hinkley 3hanie Echols Trent 2 Boggs Cohen Dunbar Eggleston Humphreys Iris Kast ~mes Porterfield ally Surface Ward Bland ~sse Crislip Davy Gap Mills School Academic Letters --- Fourth Nine Weeks Lori Boggs Dustin Bragg Lewis Kincaid Grade 7 Shawn Carter Paul Dowdy Ashley Kountz Steven Dowdy Anna Chasnoff Kim Hefner Lisa Layman Becky Morris Travis Elmore Kristi Honaker Joey Palmer Jenny Walker Lila Harris Daniel Pickles Loft Porterfield Pat Pell Mark Jones Misty Ripley Chris Ratliff Christinia Guy Stacy Lucas George Sizemore Genie Surgeon Doug Canterbury Nicole McDowell Philip Wickline Patrick Thomas Timmy Neel David Zacher Randy Waddell Grade 8 Derek Staten Daniel Cliver Jody Wilson Crystal Surface Carolyn Waddell Meresa Hutchison Stuart Woods Julie Smith Dennis Miller Anthony Ford Grade 3 Terry Dampsey Jo Ann Cathcart Susan Clarkson Grade 6 Billie Clark Joseph Echols Grade 5 April Adams Amanda Elmore Jason Arthur Sherri Boggs Lorie Hefner Peggy Bostic Anna Brown Grade 9 Susan hill Stephen Capaldo Andi Burns Wendy Thomas Daniel Hinkley Jessica Chasnoff Lisa Dixon Kristy McDowell Andi karnes Amanda Etmore Kevin Feury Jenny Elmore Rose Purdy Carley Franklin Tammy Glaford Kim Walker Darren Griffith Margie Miller Steven Dameron Grade 4 Kirsten Hill Charity Staten Debbie Hess Kelly Boggs Alicia Hylton Joe Wickline Todd Baker dergarten Bostic Evans .~ Boggs 'ade 1 Dameron arnie Ellison ndi Harry Hinkley Lewis Wickline Allen Erwin t Gatford 2 Bland Perfect Attendance -- Fourth Nine Weeks Loft Boggs Meresa Hutchison Grade 7 Shawn Carter Travis McDowell Malanie Dransfield Jesse Crislip Dennis Miller Jamie Dunbar Madaline Hoke Jenny Walker Roger Kincaid Grade 5 Christina Guy Stacy Lucas Alicia Hylton Shetia Saunders Ashley Kountz Doug Canterbury Grade 3 Chris Ratliff Jackie Spellman Steven Baker Patrick Thomas Faith Dowdy Jonathan Crotty Randy Waddell Ramey Kanode Joseph Echols Stuart Woods Khda Waddy Jason Evans Amanda Gum Susan Hill Grade 6 Rhonda Dempsey Daniel Hinkley Joe Wickline Joni Crislip Rose Purdy Sherri Boggs Roger Boggs Grade 4 Anna Brown Kristi Honaker Tammy Galford Grade 8 John Hefner Chad Kessinger Yvonne Bailey Jennifer Dillon Sherry Porterfield Steven Spencer Joseph Wygal Chris Dowdy Grade 9 Rebecca Howard Sabrina Tincher Randall Dempsey Stephanie Thomas Jenny Elmore Melanie Thomas ergarten Boggs Hefner urdy Jd Surface Taylor Flack Jackson andall Stone Ward Boggs Elmore rey Galford Marsh ne ~ifer Rider Simpson Boggs Dunbar Eggteston AU-Around Student List--- Fourth Nine Weeks John Humphreys Crystal Hoke Grade 6 Chris Kast Tabatha Smith April Adams Kelly Surface Sherri Boggs Jessica Ward Anna Brown Lori Boggs Grade 5 Lisa Dixon Shawn Carter Jason Arthur Tammy Galford Nicole McDowell Peggy Bostic Shelia Glover Mark Jones Steven Capaldo Joe Wickline Jessica Chasnoff Micah Allen Grade 3 Jamie Crislip Julie Bostic Michael Dowdy Grade 7 Susan Clarkson Amanda Elmore Joseph Echols Carley Franklin Rhonda Dempsey Amanda Elmore Darren Griffith April Woodzell Lori Hefner Kirsten Hill Amy Brown Susan Hill Anthony Hubbard Doug Canterbury Daniel Hinkley Alicia Hylton Steven Dowdy Andi Karnes Lewis Kincaid Becky Morris Rose Purdy Ashley Lountz Pat Pell Elizabeth Staten Lisa Layman Jackie Spellman Amanda Tolley Loft Porterfield Joni Crislip Grade 4 Chris Ratliff Kelly Boggs Genie Surgeon Grade 8 Kim Hefner Patrick Thomas Missy Allen Mandy Bostic Jody Wilson Yvonne Bailey Philip Wickline Stuart Woods April Dixon Paul Dowdy Buddy Tincher Michelle Ellis George Sizemore Curtis Roark Shawn Thomas Stephen Spencer Bud Samples Deanna Holton JoAnn Cathcart Tracy Dunbar Julie Smith Chrystal Surface Kelly Vance Jenny Wylie Grade 9 Regina Sizemore Sabrina Tincher Annie Allen Traci Crawford Steven Dameron April Dunbar Jenny Elmore Debbie Hess Becky Howard Willie Lephew Melanie Lephew Mark McCullough Adam Pickles Wendy Thomas Robin Thompson Nikki Withrow SENIOR CLASS of 1991 Gift Coupon worth s5.00 off your Graduation Announcements when you purchase a Senior Key or Memory Book before Aug. 1, 1990. PAYMENT PLANS AVAILABLE one coupon per person tcn M,~t. 5:16-16 310 Main Street Rainelle, W.Va. School Screenings Scheduled July 11 Greenbrier County Schools will provide free screenings for 3- and 4- year old children. Free hearing, vi- sion, speech-language, and devel- opmental screenings, as well as free physicals, will be provided by school board staff. Parents are asked to take immunization records so these may be checked at the time of screening. The screenings will take place Wednesday, July 11 at Lewisburg Elementary School and Thursday, July 12 at Greenbrier West High School, 9 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Parents will be given screening results at the time of test- ing. Anyone with questions may call either Pat Withrow or Linda Nelson at 647-6483 or 438-8501. The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, June 28, 1990 7B Frankford Public School Awards Frankford Education Foundation, Inc. Scholarship Award: Sixth grade -- Kassie Boone; Senior -- Chris W' kle. Frankford Ruritan C. N. Snedegar Citizenship Award: James Morgan and Tracy Wykle Frankford Community Education Association Physical Fitness Award: Kenny Bostic and Brandy Shannon. Math Masters 1990 Grade 1 Sonya Sharer Nathan Hamilton Chad Warren Harley Harris Eric Cooke Grade 4 Zak Blick Derrick Poage Adam Long Aaron Bryson Amanda Workman Mandi Childers Grade 2 Grade 5 Leah Bryson Jason Persinger Patrick Ctendenen Philip Hickey Corey Williams Shaunda Legg Erin Chitders Jeremy Stidom Johnna Manchester Grade 6 Grade 3 Kenny Bostic Kristen Garman Tracy Wykle Math Acheivers --- 1990 Grade 1 Chad Poage Jenni Underwood Brian Callison Romney Callison Steven Martin Grade 2 T. G. Legg Christy Ward Bobby Brammer Todd Cleghon Jennifer Cochran Matthew Flippen Amy Morgan Jenny Reynolds Mistina Zimmerma Grade 3 Angle Goins Grade 4 Rachael Rudley Shauna Loudermilk Malcolm Wise Brandy Rapp Bretta Jackson Harmony Flora Rebekah Bittinger Grade 5 Jennifer Cox Robin Dahmer Chris Eagle Joey Flora Bubba Manahan Amanda Blankenship Trey Cooke Brandi Harris Bruce McCutcheon Brandon Moll Mike Murphy Corey Allder Grade 6 Doug Jghnston Jamie Morgan Carrie Thomas Kassie Boone Grade 1 Paul Jackson Harley Harris Kelly White Joseph Wojcik Grade 2 Jonathan Alderman Sinead Balmonis Sonya Goddard T. G. Legg Traci McClintic Physical Best Winners -- 1989-90 Christy Ward Todd Cleghon Jennifer Cochran Matthew Flippen Amy Morgan Jenny Reynolds Corey Williams Misty Zimmerman Grade 3 Michael Bell Jason Fogus Billy Herndon Wayne Hale Keith Cleghon Russ Higgenbottom Grade 4 Michael Butler Aaron Bryson Crystal Bare Dawn Fuller Stephanie Withrow Shauna Loudermilk Mandi Childers Megan Dahmer Matthew Butler Chris Frazer Jeremy Goddard Bretta Jackson Nathan Manchester Malcolm Wise Grade 5 Corey Atlder Chris Eagle Mike Erwin Bubba Manahan George Murphy Shaunda Legg Brandon Moll Grade 6 Kenny Bostic Brian Martin Brandy Shannon Marshall Justice Carrie Thomas Tracy Wykle School Mile Run Winner Boy -- Bubba Manahan (5th Grade) 6:38 Girl -- Stephanie Withrow (4th Grade) 7:30 County Schools Seek Federal Fundin The Monroe County Schools Special Education Department has available for public comment the "Annual County School application for State and Federal Entitlement Funds for the Education of Excep- tional Children." Teachers, parents and other interested agencies, or- gamzations and individuals are en- couraged to participate in the plan- ning and operation of these entitle- ment programs. Input and needs assessments have been ongoing throughout the 1990-91 school year to plan for special education pro- grams for the 90-91 school year in the following areas: instructional set- tings/facilities, assessment, instruc- tional materials/supplies/equipment/ programs, vocational education, pro- gram evaluation, related services, professional training, paraprofes- sional training, in-service needs, regular education with modification and contracted services. State and federal funds are pro- vided to local school systems through the West Virginia State De- partment of Education, Office of Special Education based on each school system's current record of providing services to exceptional children. The proposed distribution for Monroe County Schools for the 1990-91 school year and for each funding source are: Aid for Excep- tional Children Account Number 2950 -- $54,489; Aid for Excep- tional Children Preschool -- $16,532; Education of the Handicap Act, Part B, FY-90 -- $90,240; Pre- school Grants -- $16,104. The document will be available for review at the Monroe County School Board Office from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, or you may wish to call David Sable, Spe- cial Education Director at 772-3095 or 832-6259. Local Students Win Robert C. Byrd Award Two hundred ninety three West Virginia high school valedictorians have been presented The Senator Robert C. Byrd Scholastic Recogni- tion Award for 1990. The awards are presented annu- ally to the valedictorians of each of West Virginia's public, private and parochial high schools, and the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind. The award -- which Mr Byrd has presented to nearly 5,800 West Vir- ginia scholars since he started the program in 1969 -- is accompanied by a $50 U.S. Savings Bond. The program is funded through a trust fund established by Mr Byrd. 1990 Robert C. Byrd Scholastic Recognition Award Winners: Greenbrier --- Jennifer Joy Miller, Seneca Trail Christian Academy; Carl Hayden Wallace and Cynthia M. Tuckwiller, Greenbrier West High School; Amanda Kimberly Eaton and Eleanor Lynne Brown, Green- brier East high School. Monroe -- Ginger Reed, Ballard Christian School; Kimberty Dawn Davis, Union High School; Marianne McKenzie, Peterstown High School. Pocahontas -- Kevin Linn Rein- hold, Grace Baptist Church School; Jenny R. Workman, Paul William Harper and Gerald Bradley Frum, Pocahontas County High School. Summers -- Katherine Elaine Farley, Hinton High School; Nancy Ann Hatcher, Pipestem Christian Academy. Bible School Set Marketplace Bible School returns to Lewisburg for the third consecu- tive year Sunday, July 15 through Thursday, July 19. In past years over 200 children have attended and more than 150 adults and teen- agers have assisted in this alterna- tive Vacation Bible School which recreates life in Jerusalem during Christ's lifetime. Participants experience New Testament times through drama based on Gospel stories, music, and family life. A wide variety of craftspeople and artisans demon- strate their trades including bread baking, leather working, carpentry, stonecutting, basket weaving, brick- making, vegetable dying, pottery, and weaving. The children can also learn to make kites, ropes, candy, jewelry, and mosaics. Tents set up on the grounds of Saint Louis Catholic Church create an authentic atmosphere. The chil- dren and adult participants wear simple robes and eat snacks such as figs, dates and plums that re- semble food from Biblical times. Each child is a member of a "family" named for one of the Twelve Tribes of Israel. Beggars, tax collectors, storytellers and animals also roam the village. Five churches cooperatively sponsor this event: Saint Louis Catholic, Lewisburg United Method- ist Church, John Wesley United methodist Church, Old Stone Pres- byterian Church and Saint James Episcopal Church. Marketplace is held at Saint Louis Catholic Church from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Sunday from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Thurs- day. Children from four years old to those entering sixth grade may at- tend. To register your child, contact Lewisburg United Methodist Church, 645-2727, or Old Stone Presbyte- rian Church, 645-2676. 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