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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 1974-THE LETHMIOQE HERALD-18 Hillcrest sewer plans progressing rapidly Pheasant hideout This irrigation ditch is one of many tramped by pheasant hunters during the long weekend, as resident pheasant hunting opened. Pheasants often spend the midday hours resting in moist, brushy areas where there is a good deal of cover.' Extra programs offered in some county schools By GEOFF TAGG Special Correspondent Thanks to increased government grants from the province's Educational Opportunities Fund, a number of special programs'are being offered in Forty Mile County schools this year. These programs will assist pupils and older students with special learning problems that educators feel can be over- come The program has been ex- panded to include almost all of the schools in the county. Superintendent of schools Clifford EUe says two types of youngsters will benefit from the programs: The "learning disabled" child one with Career DRIVER SALESMAN FRONT END SALESMAN SERVICO CENTRE 33161st Company Benefit Program On the Job Training Apply in Person average or above average intelligence who is achieving at a level two or more years below his mental age in language arts and mathematics; and the child classified as "educable men- tally those who generally learn at a much slower rate than their peers and are less capable of abstract reasoning than others. The "learning disabled" may be under achievers because of several things. The program objectives are threefold: To provide for motivation and the improve- ment of the child's self concept through individual attention, high interest materials and the experience of success in what he is doing; To keep special program students integrated with their peers as much as possible while at the same time cater- ing to their specific needs: To assist the regular classroom teacher in modify- ing expectations about the performance of the particular child and make appropriate adjustments to programs and teaching methods to suit the child's needs. The program aims to help the "learning disabled child" compensate for or to over- come the disability which is contributing to his poor per- "formance. This disability might be poor vocabulary, weak auditory or visual dis- crimination, poor hand eye co ordination or weak basic mathematic facts. The teachers design special programs for the child, work- ing on of specific weaknesses. This effort is to RURAL EXECUTIVE LIVING Owner Most anxious to ssfL PLUS MANY MORE FEATURES CHI B06EBHANOLEY 345-3039 -OR- Olivir-Hindliy RM! Esttti Coaldate Phono 345-3534 bring the pupil's level of achievement in line with the level of ability of which he is capable. The program is designed to give "educable mentally retarded" students basic skills in reading, mathematics, oral and written language. This is done by providing instruction at an appropiate level and rate. The emphasis is strongly on developing those skills which will be essential to the person in later life. Resource teachers assist classroom teachers to meet the needs of students with these learning problems. These students are still the responsibility of the regular teacher. No attempt is made to segregate these youngsters or to treat them in any way as "different" from their fellow students. The resource teachers work with small groups, or in- dividuals as time allows. Other students who may be experiencing learning or behavioral problems may also work with the resource people at times. They may leave their regular classes for this. They are not required to make up the lessons they miss. This would place an unnecessary burden on both student and teacher which could be interpreted as punitive. The expectations of the student in question are modified. These programs are still in their infancy. But there is every indication they are progressing satisfactorily. Teachers are meeting to plan programs, evaluate current training, exchange in- formation and share problems. Conviction won in rape case CRANBROOK (Special) Allan Henry Patrick Leary of Nelson was sentenced to four years on a rape conviction by Mr. Justice Kenneth Meredith in the fall assize session here Leary will serve his term in the B.C. Penitentiary. The complainant, a 23 year old student, said Leary broke into her apartment March 17 at Nelson and raped her at knife point. The jury deliberated for 3tt hours before turning in the guilty verdict. There were four other witnesses, including a taxi driver and the other tenant of the apartment The jury emerged once for additional instruction, asking for further help from Mr. Justice Meredith as to cir- comstantial evidence, direc- tions ant "reasonable doubt.'4 The Herald- District HILLCREST (CNP Bureau) Bob Elliott, administrator of the Hillcrest Citizens Com- mittee Neighborhood Improvement Program said today that plans for the Hillcrest sewer system are progressing The system .will cost approximately and will be paid by debentures over a 25 year period by a Care centre contractors enter scene BROOKS (Special) Plans for a health care centre to replace the Brooks General Hospital have reached the stage where architects will begin dealing with contrac- tors, says Health and Social Development Minister Neil Crawford. Speaking here recently, the minister said "all systems are go" for the million health care centre. It will provide 55 active care beds, 10 extended care beds and 25 beds to be added to the Newell Nursing Home. This will make a total of 75 nursing home beds. The minister said facilities will be provided for emergency care., day and out care patients plus a 10 bed ambulatory care section. modest increase in the tax mill rate in Improvement District No. 5. Contracts for the work will soon be let and materials for the job are being secured so that an early start this. spring can be made. The hamlet of Hillcrest has been allotted for NIP and Mr. Elliott said the com- mittee is now taking suggestions f 9? improving the Approximately 12 suggestions have been made and they will be sorted in an order of priority. Some of the suggestions noted are replace- ment of the community hall, institution of a playground for children and repairs to the local arena. The Federal government provides 50 percent of the monies, the provincial govern- ment provides 25 percent and the Department of Municipal Affairs provides the other 25 percent which will thus make the hamlet of Hillcrest liable for of the total allottment. The program provides for a system of money loaning, to residents whose income is less than Persons in this in- come bracket can borrow up to and are only obligated to pay back Persons whose income is under can borrow up to The monies borrowed can be used for connecting to the sewer system to be installed next spring, build new gar- ages, repairs to home or property or for many other improvements. owners can also borrow the money for upgrading their buildings. If this is done rents are frozen Mr. Elliott also said that the Hillcrest Committee is negotiating for the purchase of approximately 30 acres of land on the north side of the hamlet from Scurry Rainbow. 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