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Bureau County Republican (Newspaper) - March 28, 2015, Princeton, New JerseyA a to f v a it a it of a a a so 1 a in a in in a a a Kkt amp a. A a Iii amp my a a or l a in % saturday March 28, 2015 serving Bureau county since 1847 newsstand Price 750municipal candidates on the ballot by Zita Henneberry the tuesday april 7, ballot will include the Opportunity for voters to select a variety of municipal candidates including mayors commissioners aldermen trustees Park Board members and clerks. Below Are the candidates listed on the upcoming ballot Princeton for the position of mayor there Are three candidates running. Voters Are asked to select one from the following candidates Duane Joel Quiram Bob Warren and Ray Swanson. Voters Are asked to select two from the following six candidates for City commissioner Jerry Neumann Laura Favia Paul Brese Man Nathan Jeffery Mang Rich Michael j. Eggers and Michael Wendt. For the Princeton Park districts Park commissioner Robert c. Halberg or. Is running unopposed. Spring Valley for the position of Alderman Ward 1, voters Are asked to choose Between Larry g. Koehler and Daniel j. Mcfadden. For the position of Alderman Ward 2, voters Are asked to choose Between Jeff a car tie Chiaventone and Frederick f. West. For the full four year term for Alderman Ward 3, there is one candidate Debra a. Baltikauski. For an unexpired two year term for Alderman Ward 3, there is one candidate Jeff Janusick. For the position for Alderman Ward 4, there is one candidate Kenneth m. Bogacz. Ann a wan for the full four year terms for Village trustees the positions Are uncontested. Listed on the ballot Are candidates Amy Barnes Scott Smith and John Rico. For an unexpired two year term for Village trustee there is one candidate Kelley Ashley leaving one seat open. Arlington for the three seats for Village trustees the race is uncontested. The three candidates listed Are John Hild Nicholas Lawrence and Daniel Neidetcher. Buda the mayoral race is uncontested with Only Jeff Bitting listed on the ballot. For the Village commissioners the race is uncontested. There Are two running for the two seats on the Council. Candidates Are Brian Kaiser and Matthew Johnson. By digs deeper into options transportation moving the Junior High and opportunities challenges discussed with Public by Goldie Currie editors note this is the second Story in a two part series on discussions being held Beti Veen the Bureau Valley school Board its administration and District residents Paren to. Manlius a in a special meeting hosted by Bureau Valley school Board and administration on monday March 23, Community members teachers and parents had the Opportunity to listen in closer on areas most concerning to them when talking about facility changes on by a a horizon. In the first segment of this series school finance District values goals and b u i 1 d i n g / m a i n t e n a n c e challenges discussed at the meeting were reported. Below Are summaries of the final three break out sessions hosted on monday. Junior High school addition this session was led by Board vice president Don King and Board member Matt Wiggim. As Many know by now five of the six options the District is considering includes adding a Middle school onto the High school building in Manlius. The school Board and administration see this As a Way to provide More Opportunity to Middle school students especially As Bureau Valley continues with the idea of vision 2020, which will introduce year 169 no. 38 two sections 36 pages students to More career opportunities. A Junior High is really the age we want our students to get experiences with various careers that Are out there a superintendent Steve endress said. Many parents have concerns with improved technology and what its going to Cost As Well As what it will be like mixing Middle school students with High school students. Endress said he feels confident that students safety and Opportunity is High priority and he a positive his staff with ensure the safest environment and Best opportunities. When one Parent asked Why the District build a separate Junior High endress said it be Cost effective to build a separate building resembling the High school when there Are areas in the High school that Are currently being under utilized. Academic and extracurricular challenges opportunities this session was led by Vvhs principal Eric Lawson. This group honed in on the resources and opportunities that would become available once the Junior High and High school came together. Lawson said from a curriculum standpoint the District would be Able to utilize High school teachers to teach elective courses to Junior High students. Example of the classes by Rase 4 bar a the Best kept secret in Bureau county Princeton High school Fra vice president Mckenzie Cain cares for a 3-week-old Piglet at the Bureau county a fair thursday March 26. The Bureau county farm Bureau along with other Bureau county agricultural entities hosted the annual a fair at the Bureau county Fairgrounds. Bureau county fourth graders were entertained at 14 different agricultural learning stations. A past teacher attendant said. A bag fair is the Best kept secret in Bureau for More photos see Page 2. No common opinion on common Core by Zita Henneberry editor s note the following is the second Story in a series concerning common Core state set standards. Princeton a the recent unrest concern ing the common Core standards has indicated a plethora of opinions standpoints and concerns on the matter. These diverse perceptions of common Core May cause additional discourse in a system intended for a streamlined education throughout the nation. A the standards Are Concrete specific skills that every student should achieve in each Grade level. They Are not a curriculum or a Content. They Are not dependent on a specific textbook or set of materials a said Princeton High school superintendent Kirk Haring. While the standards Are not dependent on a textbook or set of materials. Haring said he believes the materials Are readily available for those who look for them. A unlike previous curriculum materials which 7 98213 00012 1 a Bureau county Republican get your Field of dreams. And naming rights too heartland Bank amp our Home Loans come in All shapes and sizes to fit you and your new Home perfectly our experienced lenders will guide you through the process to find the right Home loan. And Trust company we a Tiff r t Mea in. Tif Tummy n t a it Nitt a Flint in witty ii a Jurt Tiu us to

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