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   Daily News (Newspaper) - August 16, 1990, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                Page e THE DAILY MEWS Huntingdon Saxton Mount Union Orbisonia Pa Thursday August 16 1990 SHC students reaching out for challenges Southern Huntingdon Superinten dent Harrjf King is pleased with the number of high school students taking advantage of the districts more flexible scheduling The last school year was the first that the district promoted scheduling that all o ws students to t ake classes out of the traditional of classes they need to graduate Previously says King students in the same field of study academic business vocational etc would all take the same classes leaving some teens unchallenged in high school and unprepared to make career changes later on For example a vocational technical student might decide to go to college but not be able to pass the entrance requirements or handle a col lege workload Now says King votech students can andare taking courses such as chemistry algebra II and geometry which better1 prepares them for an unpredictable future Hes also happy to see that more students are doubling up in subjects more than one science or math course at the same time By providing more situations in which students are pushed academical ly students learn more have the oppor tunity to bypass introductory college courses and have the knowledge and fortitude to stay in school They also get a tas te i if hardwonsuccess and says King Success breeds success Freeing students from rigid class tracks is part of an overall push by the district to encourage students to con tinue their education after high school whether that be at a college university Junior college trade school or nursing school The point says King is to give the students the skills ami confidence they need to go wherever they want even if thats straight into the job market r King says that the district isnt focus ing its attention just on the students who are already motivated to try new things He notes that students at the junior high level must take classes in computer lit eracy and introductory courses in French and Spanish to coax them to later take related courses The district is also trying something new to strengthen some academically shakey students Two English classes one for ninth and 10th graders and the other for 11 th and been created to help those students who just squeaked by into the next subject level Rather than promote those students into classes where they are likely to fail the district is putting ihem with teachers who can give them the extra attention they need i Theprice of theiihcreased flexibility for students is a timeconsuming and at times frustrating scheduling process for the superintendent and principal and a greater strainon the schools teaching staff and limited facilities Nevertheless if the resources were available King would like to increase the number of courses both in the tradi tional subjects social science English math and physical science and in the PHOTOS BY JAY SHUCK NEW ROOF ON SOUTHERN GYM Workers from American Roofing of Altoona unspread blankets of rubber on the gymnasium roof at the Southern Huntingdon County High School The new roof was ordered by the board at a cost of to end the neverending leaks and repairs over the gym Also to be replaced is the roof over the auditorium The new covering has several layers of rigid insulation underneath topped with the rubber and a layer of stones to hold the rubber in place Thematerial is glued around the gyms many skylights Work will be completed before the start of school SH opens Sept take an iine The 199091 school year will kick system He reports that the routes will off for Southern Huntingdon students remain basically the same as those in on Wednesday Sept 5 Teachers are to report to the school the day before to prepare for ihe new year Students not packing their lunch should bring a lijtle extra money with them Lunch prices for students have been increased a dime Lunch will cost for elementary students for secondary students Adults will pay for a la carte items milk ice cream and elementary school break 198990 All route assignments must be approvedby him Updated copies of thedistricts academic operational arid disciplinary policies will be given to all secondary students at the beginning ofthe school yeari Adult evening classes will again be offered inany art speech wood working welding sew ingetcO in which 10 or more adults are fasts will remain the same Extra half w interested Those wanting to register for a class should contact the SHCSD admiriistrative for information Should enough people want a particular class the interested people will be notified about times locations and costs L Athletic boosters wiilrbe happy to high school SHCHS Listing grades 712 GRADE SEVEN Room 205 Steven McAninch Brand Anderson Carrie Anderson Dawn Babcock David Baer Jason Baker Eric Barcelona Laura Beasley1 Topliffe Heidi Berrier Jamie Brooks Brandon Brown Jamie Brown Lance Carowick Crystal Carper Michael Centi Brian Chrisemer Crystal Clug ston Travis Cohenour Seth Cramer Ario Crawford Randy Cypher Aaron DeArmitt Laurie Dehart Ryan Devlin MarkErwin JohnFegan Paula Gentil man Kelly Geyer Matthew Goshom Paul Grajeda Cory Greenland James Greenland Room 211 Mrs Elizabeth Robinson Shawn Greenland William Green land Jeremy Hall Brenda Hamilton Leab David Leidy Sara Leidy Craig Long Room 203 Larry Steel Kristie McClure Ronald McClure Erin McMath Jill McMath Amy McMullen Anita McMulIen Gary McNerlinChad W Miller Gerry Mill er Jennifer Miller Jodie Miller Sherry Miller Dorothy Moore Anna Morgan Stacie Murphy Angel Naugle Joelene Neil John ODonnell William Panosetti Sidney Parsons Trishia Pecht Brad Pollock Robert Port Stacy Price Maya Pulgar Jennifer Pyles Scott Pyles Melissa Reed Charles Rose Jason Sample Room 206 Thomas Strelghtiff Stephanie Scott Shannon Sheeder Neil Shehan Travis Shoemaker AAWHj ifi A Tikki Harris Christopher Henry Wesley Shoop Christopher Smith Jef r Michael Hess Darlene Hoffman Rebecca Holden Somer House Ryan Houtz Jason Hughes Michelle Jay mes Jamie Jenkins Katina Jenkins Clinton Kenepp Bernard Thomas King Sarah Knepper Amber Kough Gary Kunz Thomas L Lafiole Jr Allen Leidy Love Ashley Lyons Jason McClure Heather McKirri Paula McKim James McMul len Craig Martz Frank Matheson Christie Meece Carrie Miller Chad L Miller Miss Gina Miller Michael Mills Paula Mitchell Tonya Mitchell James Mohr Deneece MooreJo Ann Moore Shawn Moore Terry Moore Curt Nearhood Jason Panosetti tBelty Palmer Chen Parks Heather Parson Alan Passmore Kathryn Pecht Lori Pine Travis Plank George Pyles Angela Roland Tiffany Scholl Andrew Scharf Lome Sheeder humanities an For now it Tammy Sheeder Torrie Shields Erica looks as if the staff and facilities are stretched to the limit Short of space One limitation the district will have to deal with immediately is a shortage of space in its elementary schools The superintendent remarked at the July board meeting that at three of the four elementary schools more kindergarten s tudents wil 1 be coming in this year than there are sixth graders preparing to move on Its hot a problem now because the kindergarten kids are divided into morning and afternoon ses sions but when they move into first grade there wont be enough class rooms for everyone The school board will have to d ec id e whether to have larger classes or to expand facilities Shope Matthew Shope Elizabeth Sin gleton Jessica L Smith Jessica M Smith Chasity Snair Room 213 Mrs Melissa Speck Shawn Snyder Danielle Stake Scott Stallman Kelly Stambaugh Karen Steach Jennifer Stone Larry Strickland Cherokee tart Matthew Thomas Miranda Thomas Amy Thurber Michael Jackson Tuck er Jason Walters William Watkin Jeremy White James Whitsel Tara Whitsel Monica Wible Jason Wike Crisis Wingert Martin Wise Derrick WiserSerena Wolanin Steven Wor rall Ashley Worthy Benjamin Wright Shannon Wright AutunY Yohn GRADE EIGHT Room 201 Mrs Brenda Lucas Tonia Anderson Penny Armstrong Robert Baer Leslie Barcelona Theo dore Beck Terry Donald Booher Bradley Burngardner Jennifer Burdge David Campbell Tina Chil cote Emily Cisney Jeff Cisney Timothy Cisney Stacie Clark Jenny Clugston Autumn Cohenour Elona Cornelius Troy Cramer Jessica Crum Anthony Cupillari Nichole Cutter Crystal Dehart David Dell Guy Dell Jaynelle Dell Kelly Denison Robbie Dickinson Heather Doyle Room 202 Mrs Virginia Chlkote Ryan Fetzer Jonathan Fields Vaughn Flood Scott Thomas Fritz Mindy Gibbons Christina Glunt Cin dy Gordon Monica Goshom William Greenland Ryan Grissinger Perry Grove Kelli Harper Scott Heasler Tammy Hockenberry Aaron Holden Ashley Home Chad Home Jaime Jenkins Brad Johnson Adam Kane Michael Kelly Carrie Kimple Stacy Knepper Christopher Kough Rebecca Smith Sean Smith Tina Smith Trena Smith Audy Snair Briana Snyd er Michael Shyder Tammy Sellers Patrick Stake William Staley Scott Stallman Denise Thomas Apryl Wag ner Richard Weaver Tracy Weaver John Welch James West Jennifer White Michele Williamson Garry Wilson Jason Wilson Randi Anne Wright Kimberly Yohn Dana Zinobile t GRADE NINE lin JRo6nf204 MA Amber Armagost Brand i Bair Michael Bair Michael Baker Sean Banks Nancy Easier Christopher Ben nett Leslie Berrier Samanlha Bowles Valerie Ciampa Catherine Clark Jeremy Cowan Jessica Curfman Kevin Dclwilqy Robert Devlin Moni ca Douglas Jason Fleck Russell Frak erTrudi Gaff Bonriie Gordon Heather Goshom Chad Greenland Todd Griest Alysia Gns singer Jeremy Hamman Room 207 Frank Baker Eric Irvin Jonathan Kelly Jodee Kill Niki Kirk Amiee Lavoie Brian Less ley Ellen Love Alison McCardle David McCardell Room 108 George Harper ErikMcMullen Tasha MaddenjTra cey Markey John Michaud Kathy Miller Garrett Mills Craig Mitchell Stephanie Montgomery Randy Mur phy Amy ODonnell Carol Palmer Scott Park Scott Parson Charles Piper Starla Pollock Jeannie Pyles Kim Reeder Kristen Richard Mike Rogers Ramonda Rosenberry Travis Sample Tracey Sechrist Brandie Sheeder Michael Shope Jody Smith Bryan Snyder Lucas Snyder Room 109 f Richard Watkin John Spencer Darren Stains Brad Stetchock Joseph Strayer Heather Summers Adam Swope Michael Traxler Michele Traxler Jeffrey Var ner Megan Varner Todd Varner Jer ome VanWert Candace Watkin Barry Welch Christal WhitselRussell Whit sel Trudy Willis Cynthia Wilson Jason Wilson William Wines Jubal Wingert Brian Wiser Sonja Wolanin Michael Worrall Jason Zinobile GRADE ELEVEN Room 110 Floyd Baker WilliamAbbott Angela Anderson Ji Gerald AndersonJulie Appleby Christopher Bair Andrew Baker Jef frey Barr Michael Barren Gary Beam Jason Booher Jody Booher Michael Booher Krista Book Jason Brechbiel Sean Brodbeck Jenny Brown Richard Bucher Salena Bucher Aaron Buck ley Jennifer Carowick Troy Christoff Wendy Clark John Cornelius Denton Cramer Mindy Curfman Theresa Curfman Tiffani Cutshall Billie Jo Daughenbaugh Paul Dell Siaci Denni son Teresa Devlin Room 111 Mrs Rose Trew Brian Dickinson Jennifer Dunbar pints of milk will cost chocolate served on Fridays will also cost The district requests those students using weekly tickets especially elementary students purchase them on he first day of each week All lunches must be paid for prior to being served lunches cannot be charged iffdtete participates in Reduced Price Breakfast and Lunch Program Lowincome families encountering financial problems should contact Linda Bennett at the Southern Huntingdon County High School 8144475529 on or after Sept 5 for information about the lunch assistance program A public announcement about the federal guide lines for the Free Reduced Price Lunch Program will soon be printed in this newspaper A letter regarding the lunch assis tance program and an application for tic events for free by presenting a Medi at thegate The i sporting events andother programs offered throughout the year Regular meetings ofthe Southern Huntingdon County School District Board of Education are held the third the same will be sent home with each Wednesday of every month at pm student at the beginning of the new term Interested parents arc requested to complete the application and a notice of approval or disapproval for partici pation will be returned to the applicant within TOdays after submission Appli in the high school library An exception is the December meetingwhich will be held Dec 5 for reorganization of the board The public is welcome to attend Those who want to address the board or have an item considered must contact cations can be submitted anytime dur the superintendents office at least 10 ing the school year Business manager Ted Illingworih continues as coordinator of thebusing days prior to a scheduled meeting so that the request can be includedon the agenda THE VICTORY BELL PHOTO BY JAY SHUCK The girls basketball team at Southern Huntingdon SHCSD Calendar Sept 4 Tuesday Teachers first day Sept 5 WednesdayStudents first day Nov 12 MondayVeterans Day no school Nov 2223 ThursFriThanksgiving no school Nov 2627 MonTuesBuck season no school Dec 1011 Doe season no school Dec 2431 MonMonChristmas vacation Jan 1 TuesdayNew Years no school Feb 18 MondayWashingtons birthday no March 29 Friday Good Friday no school April 1 MondayEaster Monday no May 27 MondayMemorial Day no school June 7 FridayLast day for students makeup days for snow days Hicks Julie Hoffman Shannon Jenk ins Scott Johnson Katrina Kirk Brad ley Kling Jeff Klirig Ricky Knepp Richard Krause Ralph Kreider Tam my Kreider Catharine Krugh Jennifer Lane Lysa Locke Bradley Long Jason Low Phillip McClain Paul McClain Jri Ronald McNeal Jr Mary Markey JeffreyMartz Jeffrey Meitroit Melin da Middaugh Room 208 Maurice Stidfble Linda Mitchell Sherri Mitchell Shawn Neidigh Brian Neil Jeffrey Neil1 Angela Newman Angela None maker Kimberly ODonnell Jennifer Parks Matthew Piper Paul Pook Heather Price Barbara Rabenstein Chad Ramsey Timothy Reck Shannon Rhoades Kerry Rinehart Dana Robin son Michelle Ross Eric Scott Julie Scott Trisha Scott Chiystal Seibert Ronnie Seibert Frank Sharf Christo pher Sheeder Nelson Shehan Daphne Shope Room 210 Benjamin Whitsel Amy Singleton Gene Slodysko Aaron Smith Bobbi Smith Robert Smith Matthew Smoyer Clayton Snyder Daren Snyder Gary Snyder Michele Snyder Phillip Speer Ann Spencer William Staley Brandye StarrDaniel Stone Kathy Taylor Ben jamin Thomas Steven Thomas Dawn Thompson Dawn Varner Katina Var ner Bradley Waite Kari Walker Brad ley Winegardnerv Trace Winter GRADE TEN Room 106 William Booher Amy Anderson Brad Applcby Amy Armagost Christopher Beers Adam Benson Mary Benson Tobias Benson Heather Berrier Roger Berube Lisa Bilger Kelly Bingarnan Ross Boden Ronald Bonnell Gary Book James Brown Scott Brown Bbyd Carlin Ste ven Carowick Brent Carper David Carper Amy Cisney Hillary Clark Katrina Cohenour John Coons Sherry Coons Shawn Cowan Michele Dell Lori Detwiler Room 107 Bruce Lightner Chad Devlin Randy Dunmire Jessi ca Fetzer Brian Gahagan Jessie Gar lock Ranee Garlock Angela Gibbons Evelyn Goshom Amy Greenland Michael Greenland John Grove Tho mas Hagie Kris Harper Kyle Henry Jessica Hershey Michael Hiles Janet Hoskinson Ryan House Flasher Todd Forshey Robert GilH land Lori Goshorn Shane Greist Frank Harper Sammi Heiney Jason Henry Tracif Hess Jason Hockeriberry Holly Hoffman Jeanette Hoffman Larry Hoffman Michele Hoffman Robert Hoffman Amanda Holden Jason Holden Cynth ia Hollinger Eric Hooks Stacy Home Dawna Hunt Christie Huntsman Mark Irvin Room 214 Dean Varner Christopher Jenkins Dennis Johns ton Andrew Krugh Dennis Lavoie Melissa McClain Brian McClure Shawn McClure Stacey McMath Sabrina Middaugh Shawn Middaiigh Damon Miller Tammy Miller Gregory Mills Dawn Moore Gary Morgan Room 215 Philip Speck Cathy Parks Matthew Parks Steven Pecht Calvin Plank Linda Pook ScQtt Rosenberry Michael Scholl Jamie Semple Cindy Sheeder Douglas Sheeder Mahlon Smith Sherri Smith Timothy Smith Brian Snyder Samuel Steel Room 216 Richard Armagost Brian Sunderland Julie Tart Crystal Taylor John Tharp Danielle Wake field Raymond Walker Michael West Jonathan Whitsel Shawn Whitsel Jason Wible Tanya Wilson Stacy Winter Michael Winser Samuel Wolanin GRADE TWELVE Room 102 Charles Gates Justin AndersonScott Benson Heather Booher Katrina Brown Michele Chilcote Carrie Ciampa Chad Cisney Kevin Cisney Kris Clymans Stacy Cohenour Shannon Cornelius Emory Covert Joseph Cowan Patrick Cox Denise Cutshall Allen Dell Cathy Dell Lavonda Dennison Michael Fleck Dawn Flood Jeffrey Ford Wendy Freeman Amy Garlock Room 103 Mrs Cheryl Hummel Jamie Garlock Eric Glunt Frank Gordon Andrew Goshom Pauline Goshom Angela Hall Dawn Hann Angela Harper Kevin Harper Aaron Hicks Alan Hoffman Richard Hoff man April Hollinger Michelle House Robert Irvin Michasl Johnson John Kling Danielle Kyler Adam Locke Cont on Page 7 be rung in celebration of Southern victories and in memory of Georgia Lynri Hilcs arncmber of the basketball team killed in an automobile accident earlier this year ell is located just outside the main entrance to thehigh school T School Again Drive carefully for a childs safety Plan carefully for a childs future Go mm UNITY STHTE6RNH OFORBISQNIH Offices at ORBISONIA WATERFALL MOUNT UNION 814 5428680 FDK   

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