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Grandview Exponent Newspaper Archives May 16 1990, Page 4

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Grandview Exponent (Newspaper) - May 16, 1990, Grandview, Manitoba From the boardroom Board receives proposal to modify courses Public relations committee inter Mountain school division results received from the Canadian National mathematics contest prove that our students Are receiving a Quality education. In Grade 7, the Goose Lake High placed 9th in the province. Jerrod Cox received the highest Mark in the division. In Grade 8, Goose Lake High scored third in the province and Nathan Wendell scored the highest Mark in our division. The province is divided into six zones for the Pascal math contest for Grade 9. In zone 2, Grandview k-12 placed first and Goose Lake High placed third. Receiving the High Mark in the division was Graham Day son of Goose Lake High. In Grade 10, the Cavley contest Grandview k-12 scored second and Goose Lake High placed third. Receiving the highest Mark in the division Davella Morran of Grandview k-12. The Fermat contest Grade 11, Goose Lake High placed first and Grandview k-12 placed third. Receiving the highest Mark in zone 2, was Jeremy Wendell of Goose Lake High. Congratulations to students who participated and to their teachers. The Board has received a proposal to modify the Home economics Industrial arts program in Gilbert Plains and Grandview schools. The proposal prepared by a1 Doerksen and Barbara Grexton recommends 1. To de emphasize the sex Bias in roles and expectations normally assigned to Home economics and Industrial arts 2. To minimize the sequencing of the course to enable students to participate in a wide variety of experiences. The program would Start in september 1990 with the Grade 7 classes divided into two groups with a mix of boys and girls. The first group would be in Home economics and the second group in Industrial arts and then the groups would switch for the next term. The authors of the proposal state and i quote a we believe this program will Widen the Range of experiences and skill for the students and better prepare them for their futures in society and families where the roles of males and females Are no longer limited to the traditional sex roles of the the Safe Grad committees from Gilbert Plains collegiate and Goose Lake High met with the Board and outlined their plans for graduation in june. Liability coverage will be extended to both communities. The Home and school association of Gilbert Plains met with the Board to discuss the results of a Survey they conducted with students who left to attend the dress and those who elected to remain in Gilbert Plains. The majority of students who decided to attend the dress did so because of the wider Range of courses which Are offered in Dauphin. Students remaining in Gilbert Plains collegiate Are basically Happy with their school and believe they Are getting an no election until Spring by Connie Chaloner the incumbent la for Dauphin is predicting there won t be a provincial election until next Spring. John Lohman said in Grandview monday the minority tory government wont want to be blamed for precipitating an election and although there Are Many issues that concern the nip there Isnit one he said which the party can pick out and say a this is the reason there has to be an everybody has to be ready but nobody wants to Call an election except the liberals Lohman said. The liberals were a totally irresponsible Quot in trying to Force another vote shortly after the tory minority assumed Power in 1988, he declared. A we have a responsibility to make a minority government work for a reasonable period of time a Lohman said. A people done to want to spend another $7 an election every year or two the in p is concerned about the treatment of Rural Manitoba agriculture Lack of economic development failure to renew Federal provincial agreements cutbacks in health care and massive increases in Aid to private schools he said. Assessment Reform will also be a significant Issue once people Start getting their tax notices Lohman predicted. But none of these issues have a a jelled to the Point where its evident that people have no Confidence in the government on a massive scale he said. Grandview and Gilbert Plains will become part of the Dauphin constituency at the next provincial election Call. Lohman expects gaining these two communities As Well As Rorketon will offset the loss of Winnipegosis and Ethelbert past nip strongholds producing results similar to the last election. A a it a a Little tighter but i done to think its significantly tight a he said. Although he Hasni to announced his intention to seek the nip nomination again he expects he will do so he said adding he considers he s More effective As an incumbent la than As a candidate. A i done to like the idea that every time i open my Mouth or do something that its being construed As a political a statement being made As a government of Canada to Bills 13.41% for More information Contact Jim coldwell 949-2531 Clay Hainstock 949-2509 minimum Purchase $25,000 As of May 4, 1990 subject to availability Nesbitt Thomson Dauphin legion pipes amp Drums amp Highland dancers presents the nineteenth annual Highland concert saturday May 26th, 1990 at 8 00 multipurpose room . Dauphin tickets at the door $4.00 adult $2.00 children and seniors education that prepares them for the future. A number of changes in administration have occurred in the division. Or. Brett Gaumond has resigned As principal of Roblin elementary school and has accepted a position in another division. Appointed As principal of Roblin elementary school or. Randy Langstaff. To replace or. Langstaff who was Vic principal the Board accepted the application of or. Keith Warner. Or. Warner is presently the principal of the Gilbert Plains elementary school. The vacancy in that school will be advertised and hopefully a suitable candidate chosen in the next few weeks. Or. John Boyko head Mechanic at the Roblin division garage for the past 22 years has submitted his resignation and plans to retire. The Board wishes him Many Happy years in his retirement. The division has received three career Start positions for the summer 1990. Local students Are hired to assist caretakers in our school with painting grass cutting Etc. The positions will be posted in the schools in the three communities. A Busy time for our superintendent or. Mel Graves. A number of resignations have been received from the teaching staff and or. Graves is doing his Best to recruit suitable staff from a shrinking teacher population. A list of the resignations and their replacements will be published after the May 31 deadline. Court report James Harvey Childs of Gilbert Plains Manitoba pleaded guilty to Possession of a narcotic and to suspended driving. Childs was fined $600 and Given a six month conditional discharge. Cindy Joy straight nose of Kamsack Saskatchewan pleaded guilty to breach of probation. She was Given three months conditional discharge and fined $25.00.Public notice Public notice is hereby Given pursuant to Section 626 15 of the municipal act that the Council of the town of Grandview has at a meeting held at the town office on the 9 Day of May 1990, Given first Reading to by Law no. 8/90, being a by Law to authorize the execution and completion of the replacement and reconstruction of water Mains on railway Avenue and Roland Avenue at an estimated Cost of $25,000.00, and further take notice that the proposed by Law has been submitted to the municipal Board of Manitoba for approval and further take notice that a copy of the proposed by Law is on file in the office of the Secretary treasurer and May be inspected by any person at any time when the offices of the municipality Are open for the transaction of business and further take notice that any person who a made representations to the Council or b gave notice of his intention to make representations to the Council with respect to the focal improvements or any person who signed a petition objecting to the proposed local improvement May object to the proposed by Law or any part thereof by serving upon or sending by registered mail to the undersigned within Twenty one Days of the Date of this notice a written notice of his objection to the proposed by Law or any part thereof and a statement of the grounds of such objection and further take notice that if no notice of objection is so filed within the time allotted the municipal Board will proceed to dispose of the application of the municipality As provided in Section 626 of the municipal act. Dated at Grandview in Manitoba this 16 Day of May 1990. J. W. Wilson Csc municipal administrator

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