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Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - April 2, 2007, Garden City, Kansas What's inside Carousel emphasizes reading for A3 Picture This M.J. Gonzales celebrates his first birthday with cousins Dayla and Jaylen and Grandpa Joe Louis Photo contributed by Joe Garden Busters sweep at B1 MONDAY April 2, 2007 THE GARDEN CITY Volume 78, No. 78 16 Pages 2 Sections 50 CENTS teachers hash out calendar USD 457 Board of union must approve By EMILY BEHLMANN USD 457 teachers will be working 1811/2 days next school with 172 1/2 of them spent with five in in-service and four as work as long as the Board of Education and the Garden Gity Association ratify an agreement that a negotiating team developed Saturday Negotiators representing the board and the teachers decided behind closed doors to go ahead with a calendar plan that Includes the same number of days as this year's with the understanding that during the 2008-09 school teachers would spend two more days with students and attend an additional day of for a total of 1841/2 contract Discussion of the days arose in part because the USD 457 District Action Plan requires training sessions Assistant Superintendent Shelly Schwatken has said previously would require six even though the planned calendar for next year has only The staff development office USD 457 will have to use creative strategies to work within the parameters of the negotiated agreement while still fulfilling the improvement Schwatken said this The district was required to develop the improvement plan and have it approved by the Kansas State Department of Education because the state listed the district as Districts receive this designation if they do not make Adequate Yearly Progress twice in a row because of Kansas State Assessment scores that fall short of the benchmarks that increase every The plan states that teachers will receive the following Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol - This model is designed to improve delivery of instruction to and Schwatken has said training will require 18 Differentiated instruction - This concept refers to using a variety of teaching strategies to meet different and Schwatken said See Page A5 Photos by Brad portrayed by Randy ponders if he is the one to betray Jesus Saturday during a scene from The Living Last Supper performance at Holcomb High School's The play was staged by members of Bible Christian 1501 E. Mary St. portrayed by Joshua carries a cross on the Road to Golgotha Saturday during the performance of The Living Last Supper at Holcomb High School's By STEPHANIE FARLEY HOLCOMB - As people walked up to the double doors of Holcomb High School on Saturday they were greeted by a Roman or officer of uie Roman army After going through visitors found themselves to ancient where a young man sat in the crying for the and holding a basket for with the crowd gathered in the high school's which had been transformed into a village full of the scent of herbs and spices and weaved basketry and other goods displayed on marketplace The village set the scene for the Last which is the meal Jesus had with his disciples at established that one of his followers would betray It was this announcement of betrayal that Leonardo da Vinci captured in his painting Last and what members of Christian Church hoped to delve into further as they performed Living Last free for audiences See Page A5 Stephanie Leslie 18, sits in Syracuse's Dawgs Den about three months after a winter storm hit the area on Dec. 29 and carried into New Year's Seal and others at Christ's New Covenant near took in stranded travelers during the storm after road conditions worsened from snow and ice. Storm leaves Seal in command of shelter By STEPHANIE FARLEY On Dec. 29, about a week before her 18th Leslie Seal thought she was headed to Christ's New Covenant near to do some homework for a computer Seal instead wound up living at the church for about four days with about 30 people she'd never not getting to her homework until New ' Year's Day who will graduate in May with one other senior from Syracuse Christian Academy found along with her family and other residents of dealing with the effects of a storm that left between 4 and 18 inches See Page A5 Voters set to go to polls By The Telegram Finney County residents can cast their vote between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Tuesday for the people they want to represent them in their cities and and for whether they Elections believe a sales tax should be used to fund economic development The Finney Development Corp. is proposing to extend the set to sunset in 2008, for five years so the organization can use the funds to attract businesses to the community and support current The goal is to create 500 jobs in those five For the Garden City voters will be allowed to vote for up to three candidates for three open positions from the paramedic and shift supervisor with Finney County Emergency Medical See Page A5 Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Inside Annie's Opinion A4 Sports 7.B1 A3 TV Check us out online at Inspiring Minds of us love from our need to not because we find someone - Nikki American Tuesday's weather mainly Low of 41". mostly High of 67, low of 32. 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