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Marion Sentinel (Newspaper) - June 25, 1987, Marion, Iowa 0 IOWA 52302 VOLUME NUMBER 26 Marion Class of 1927 MARION HIGH SCHOOL Class of 1927 held its class reunion June 17 at The Choice Dinner was enjoyed by 31 classmates and Twenty classmates were present from an original class of Pictured are Front left to right Vera Wood Marion Neva Case Robins Margaret Lassen Marion Wilma Jordon Cedar Rapids Katherine Fry Cedar Rapids LaVon Carsner Marion Katharine Kerns Cedar Rapids Second from left Berniece Hempy Marion Geraldine Gordon Marion maxine Lutz Utah Back from left John Iowa City Reginald Cedar Rapids James Marion Harold Center Point George Cedar Rapids Marshall Iowa City Joseph Cedar Rapids Werner Cedar Clarence JUNE 1937 Students attend program Ten students from four area high schools have been selected to attend the July 1925 Business Horizons program sponsored an at Drake University by the Iowa Association of Business Selected were Jon Lori Al Eric Larson and Cindy all of Yvette Struchen and Eric both of Marion High Fred Boxa and Lunette both of Prairie and Sharon Frederick of The program this year awarded scholarships to 216 students from 125 schools throughout The value of the scholarships is with participants paying towards room and board for the week at Area scholarship donors in cluded Cedar Rapids The Rotary Diamond V Rockwell International Graphic Systems Division Merchants National Tele connect and the Van Meter Support was also pledged by the Area Downtown Rockwell Marion and Roland Wil bert Vault considers new search and seizure policy By ERIC STRAND Sentinel Correspondent The updating of policies is a constant activity for any The Community School District Board is no The latest policy update con cerns search and which may be invoked when a student is possibly violating or has violated a law or school The specific received unanimous approval from board members present at the districts monthly meeting last June one recommended by the Iowa Association of School Boards IASB Policy Development Service for The second reading of the policy is scheduled for the July 13 board If the policy passes the second the proposed policy will become the working policy of the This specific IASB policy is or has been adopted by school boards across the said high school Principal Dale It is he that some continuity of policy from district to district be in The policy under considera tion outlines reasonable cions which might initiate a and the scope under which the search can be The policy specifically allows personal searches including in locker searches both maintenance and non maintenance and the searching of student automobiles when parked on school A search of a students person or personal effects may be ini tiated by a reasonable This may be formed by considering factors such as an eyewitness observation inform ation from reliable sources su behavior or the stud ents past history and school The scope or intrusiveness of the search must be related to the objectives of the Consid must be given to the age and sex of the the na ture of the and the urgency of the Personally intrusive searches require more compelling circum Usually this would in volve a but under emergency in volve a more intrusive search of a students A more intrusive search is not to be understood as a body said Such action is clearly illegal when conducted by school The proposed policy follows the strictures of the Monroe assured the In a later he said that the policy allows school personnel more leeway to initiate searches than the law allows the This is the Monroe ex because school adminis have a responsibility for the effective running of the dis buildings and programs and the welfare of all students and their guests on school he police m volvement would have a much more serious consequence for the student than a simple suspension or The board also passed second readings of two additional policy revisions One concerning the community use of school fa and the other concerning the evaluation of educational The former policy adds the School Foundation to the list of organizations which may use the districts buildings and facilities without The board also reserved the right to waive fees for specialized pro The latter policy amendment called for an advisory committee consisting of members repre senting admin staff and community representatives which will make recommendations to the board about district These the new pol icy will be developed t into action plans for implement ation on a intermediate or longer The committee will make at least an annual report to the
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