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Arlington Progressive (Newspaper) - April 22, 1971, Arlington, Iowa LINGTO VOLUME 4 NUMBER APRIL 1971 IOWA ONE SECTION 8 PAGES 10t PER COPY LOTS OF GOOD EATING AT INTER STATES ANNUAL SPRING PARTY Watch Out for These Spring Birds JR HI STUDENTS WIN AWARDS Five Starmont Junior High stu dents were named among the ten best in seventh and eighth grades from a field of entries sub mitted in Clayton Those placing in seventh grade competition were Gail Grundmeyer Joel Pech and Jane In eighth grade second place was awarded to Rob ert Knickerbocker and third place to Sue A total of twenty five essays were entered by the sponsoring Evans and This years topic was Why Wildlife Conservation is The second prizes were Hiintensity Desk third prizes were copies of Web sters Dictionary and the tenth prize was a photo An OELWEIN Special The Oelwein Goodwill Store will be hav ing Get Acquainted Days Wed nesday through April and Boys and ages through 12 years from Fayette and Oelwein and surrounding areas are invited to enter Goodwills Homemade May Basket Boys and girls can bring their May baskets to the Oelwein Good will Store April 26 th rough May MEETING STARMONT Special There will be a meeting on Mon Aril 26 at the Lament atten dance Open house will be from 7 to 8 The meeting will consist of the election of offic voting for 2 new officers from each community plus 1 of this years The students will BUSY SESSION FOR The Starmont Board of Educa tion met in regular session Mon April 12 at in the offices at Starmont Hieh A letter was read from Clay ton County Don Potter indicating a continuation of transportation arrangements for special education students as in the It was reported that as at the present time it appears there will be no Head Start program avail able this summer to the Starmont preschool A list of summer repair work at the various buildings was pre sented by LaVerne Superintendent of Buildings and The repair and mainten ance work was Salaries for bus drivers and mechanics were The increase was roughly between 5 and In a few special cases there were some adjustments due to a particular Hourly workers pay was set at for people in the as teacher resourse center clerks and Title I Resignations were accepted from Steve Neil Arlene Don Ar thur Royce Smith and Jane Hired or assigned were Nancy Kelley to serve as elementary mu sic teacher Ken as High School boys and head foot ball Ernest Backerman as 7th gr ade science and High School tr ack and Jay Vander Wilt as Jun ior High industrial Clifford Haas was employed as full time driver education this coming summer at a salary of andJoe Enderlin as half STARMONT BOARD time at Woods will work as sum mer girls softball andboysbase ball for each Blobaum will teach sum mer band on a parttime basis at a salary as will Dense at a salary of Superintendent of will serve next year on a second year of a three year con tract at a salary increase of The Title I summer program was approved by the It will start June 14 and end July The program will be remedial in nature for grades up through grade The last day of classes for stu dents will remain as May 28 even though another day was missed due to the last snow All bills presented were TB TESTS SLATED FOR EARLY MAY ARLINGTON Special Plans are being made to administer the Tuberculin skin test Mantoux to Starmont Community School stu dents in grades and to ALL school Twelfth grade students will be given the test ONLY if the student specially re quests Testing will be done on the students and personnel at the Strawberry Poiny Attendance Cen ter on April 27 beginning at Testing at the Sen ior High and at the Lamont and Arlington Attendance Centers will be scheduled at a date shortly th Students in grades will be given parental permis sion slips which must be signed by the parents and returned to their teachers before the date of
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