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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - August 18, 2012, Bedford, Pennsylvania Mam school bus pkg a Claysburg Ujj Quot Kimmel August 28 Page 4 c. Ridge August 28 a amp August 29pages 6-7 up of school bus Northern Bedford a a August 28 pages 10-11 Quot pm school bus a Snake Spring August 21page 11 pm school by is pm discovery time August 28page 11 we a school Fuos Psi go Tussey off a Mountain a a August 28pages 12-13 is sch xxx. Bus Bedford August 28pages 2-3 school bus Everett August 28 pages 8-9 m school bus St. Thomas August 28 Page 9hope fori Hyndman August 28 Page 14c-k to focus on a Success for All Chestnut Ridge leaders to Institute new strategies by Cara Beemiller Gazette staff writer new Paris a with a new school year about to begin the administration at the Chestnut Ridge school District is hoping some new learning strategies will be helpful to students. This year eighth Grade students will begin piloting looped math classes. With this technique students will have the same math teacher for both eighth and ninth Grade in an Effort to make the transition from Junior High math to High school math a Little easier. Then after their class moves from ninth Grade to 10th, the teacher will a a Loop around and pick up another class of eighth graders. Superintendent Mark Kudlawiec thinks that this will be very beneficial to the students. A the teachers will already know the strengths and weaknesses of the students and the students will be comfortable in their environment because they already know the teacher. Kudlawiec also says that if this is successful there will be a big increase in How quickly the students will be Able to learn. A i think this is a Good Grade level to Pilot this a Kudlawiec said. A if it works we will be looking into looping More pro another strategy is bringing guided Reading to the third and fourth Grade Levels. Michelle Hall principal of new Paris elementary and director of curriculum and instruction is confident in this new Reading program. A continued on Page 7 Gazette photo Elizabeth Kohler Everett project is on schedule work on the Everett area Middle and High school project is still on schedule noted Everett area school District superintendent Dixie Paruch. Workers have completed the curbing sidewalks and paving and Steps now allow Entrance at the front. A we Are starting on time a Paruch said partially in response to rumours of a delay to the aug. 28 Start for students. Unexpected amounts of Asbestos bogged Down the project Over the summer somewhat but the project Overall is still on the schedule project managers have called for. A hopefully this time next year Well have a ribbon cutting a Paruch said. The new classroom Wing is scheduled to be ready for staff and students by the Start of 2013. The plan is for the whole project to be completed by the Start of the 2013-14 school Leader by Elizabeth Coyle Gazette associate editor Claysburg a Claysburg Kimmel elementary students will see a new Leader when they attend the first Day of school on aug. 28. Principal Laurie Criswell with 25 years of education background largely in teaching said she is eager for students to arrive and get the school year under Way. Criswell said she has aspired to be an administrator and earned her principals certificate in 1992. But her enjoyment of the classroom and working with students has been just Ason Board at important to her. This year she is eager to guide the school to new and better programs. A top priority is the implementation of the a Success for ally Reading program that will require All those involved with the life of the student a teachers the librarian guidance Counselor parents and Criswell a to assess and build a Reading and writing program for each student to make sure they Are progressing and becoming better readers. Criswell credited the staff of 39 teachers for their commitment to the program and Theck school school As they recorded nearly perfect attendance last week for workshops during the week to prepare for a Success for a these teachers have come in and have come in on their own. And Why Are they doing it they re doing it for the children a Criswell said. Criswell spent 23 years teaching at Chestnut Ridge. She served As interim assistant High school principal for one year and then became elementary principal for Tussey mountains three element Aries for two years. Criswell is a 1982 graduate of Chestnut Ridge High school a continued on Page 4 Gazette photo Elizabeth Kohler preparing for students return Bedford elementary third Grade teacher Debbie Tweedie puts together Pencil boxes for her incoming class of 2012-2013. Students return to the classrooms on aug. 28. See Page 3. Construction workers form the Walls of the fuel Bunker that will be used to store the Wood chips before they Are conveyed into the boiler at Northern Bedford High amp sunday August 18 amp 19, 2012 a school news 9room assignments a staff listings calendars by Elizabeth Coyle Gazette associate editor Claysburg Early Success in Reading and writing is crucial to each Young students Success later on said the new principal at Claysburg Kimmel elementary about the new Reading program in the school. Through a Success for ail a Claysburg Kimmel teachers and parents hopefully will be part of a team that focuses each student toward his or her achievement in Reading. Principal Laurie Criswell said the premise of the program is that learning is a building wide concern. A we All work together. As a whole school we Are accountable for our students learning. Its just not the teachers responsibility. Its All our responsibilities a Criswell said a continued on Page 4 a photo submitted Claysburg Kimmel kindergarten teachers Patty Brumbaugh and Dale Hartman interact with Kanga and Roo two puppets that teachers will use to help Young students hear and say words spell read fluently and improve their language skills. Familiar faces in new positions Greet returning Abc students by Elizabeth Kohler Gazette staff writer Loysburg a returning students in the Northern Bedford county school District will see some familiar faces in new positions As Well As a revamp of Energy services at the secondary building. As teachers get their classrooms put together and staff organize materials for the first Day former Middle school principal Trevor Replogle and curriculum and instruction supervisor Wayne Sherlock Are getting acclimated in new positions. After 15-years at the Middle school level Replogle will now fill the shoes of elementary principal after the furlough of Carol Louden who has taken a position at Spring Cove Middle school. Replogle said its been a smooth transition and he a going to continue to do All a the Good with the movement of Replogle Sherlock has taken on the position of Middle school principal As Well As supervisor of curriculum and instruction. Superintendent Scott King a continued on Page 11

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