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Banner times. (Pulaski, N.Y.) 1985-1988, October 14, 1985, Image 7

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Summer PARP Participants At SCCS ^nMsi't Monday, Octdtmr 14; 198S Banner Tnne^-Page-7 >••*. —* w !V *•*»*- Students at Sandy Creek Central ^joplwhQj^icij^fedfh last summer's Parents As Redding Par- tners program include: First row %J& r^: J0hifir Baxter, Benjamin Rudd, Adaiah Barron, Shawn Poole, Amanda, Butler, Jessie Hilliker, Melony Reiley and Kristine Monopoli. Second row.• Kristi Poole, JMS^y~1^higi^ JIMiasv' ^iM^Cv 5^^^^piied^^i^C^mEK^'j^tfi^cia Ward, Lillian fryon, Toby LeVack and Elizabeth Potter. TKii^rowt^acyl^ong, Jason Hays, Patrick McCullough, Calvin Amyotte, Danielle[;<Qarr, Donald Derr, Melissa Halt and Christina Nutting. Stephanie Nutting and Bey King also took part in the PARP program] which was under the direction of Redding Instructor Mrs. Nancy Hinntdn. The Sandy Creek Comets Varsity The; first half saw the Comets Soccer Team y/as defeated last controlling the jblay and getting week by an experienced IHC team lots of #felkaways^ but unable to who turned in ah excellent game. get t%j&(& )n-:': Hoover, in the AUhough the Comets pk^ the first 20 minutes, things sttegtotihi*-°3sSS»il v * .to fcli apsa##ftfr IHC ? s firjt goaJhetn WWWV Wr Quohce came off the bench to play a good game. Angela Kimball showed great improvement this game./ ^ ..f ' Desbite good passing play on the par|.MM^^ , ^4 t|fc £nai Score wa^l'^^^j|ndt'G^&i^0t ^ojnets - ,sco|ed;; \faff; ^als Eowvllle'som towin. The Sandy Vu QreekGirls had a better, time ~:M it in their game against Lowville. , >, . .Ijpwvitle;:^ girls were and play in a, style simito'^SindyCr^k.^' The Cbrnets were^hte to: contain Becky Tutti^LQW^He'^ number- one player, and to execute superior pasting1|pd supDorjt,,•« •', - A The Oswego Cily*Cpunty Youth Bureau has accumulated a variety of clothing items left by children this summer at Camp Hoilisf Clothing may be claimed by calling the Youth Bureau, phone 349- 3531, or stoppmg at the office in the Oswego JGounty- ©Jfice Complex, 70 Buhner /Street, Oswego..* ' .- \••*\• •*-,•.• After^October 1$, any unclamidl articles ofClothing will be*donaled to charity. 'm''!l;™ »•• *•>;,••. lot'- PACS GIRLS OCTjd$jER 15 - at LaFayette, 4:30 p.m. OCTOBER 17YBis|6pCunii^ghin^4p m. SCCS GIRLS , OCTOBER 1$ *at Thousand Isliuidsv 5 p.m. OCTOBER 17 - At South Lewis, 5 p.m. OCTOBER 21 - General Brown, 4:30 p.m. OCTOBER 23 - at Indian River, 4:30 p.m. SCCS MODIFIED OCTOBER 17-at General Brown, 4:45 p.m. OCTOBER 19-Thousand Islands, 11a.m. dctdfitet 23 - South Lewis, 5 ^m^ * 6(^omR26-I.H:C.,tla!i& •\ 5 ^ REBEL RAMBLES By; IpWV Wendler Mrs. Sheedy, .^ur^iSjDit^ grade,. Social Studies teacher feels most students have, done very well on their; five-week- reports and are showing good responsibility for their work. They are doing very well on their map skills and are eager to study- their first foreign country. This year*, all grade six students will be having cooking projects. The food is based on the different countries they study. Each day, students will prepare items from countries such as. Greece, Israel, Lebanon, Italy, France, etc..Each student in the class will have, the Opportunity to taste these \delights\. Mrs; Sheedy thinks it is obvious that Social Studies is being taught well in the elementary schools, the students are well aware of their community, responsibilities, and ; what it means to be a good citizen. She is looking forward to a very successful year. . Mr. Shymkiw, the eighth grade Social Studies teacher, plans on giving, his .students a taste of PoliticalSciencl. He wants us to. leam about the legal system and his goal is* for. us tQ* learn *he Con- stitution. . , TTiisSummer, ; Mr. Shymkiw and the English teacher^ Mr. Sherman, made an inter-disciplinary unit known as tHe \Homework Program\ to emphasize writing skills. They also switch homework t its. One week we get homework n Social Studies, and the next, Enjhsh, He, too, is looking toward a successful year. Added Attraction: With the help of Student Council, the sixth graders got a rabbit for the science s r^om and out of many names, •*Si|*JHops-A-Lot** was chosen. The students all like him, so he is played with constantly. This is one £4 L '*• £.- *'• &»** ,-\!>' - »3 1 STUPIITS' CORNER by A/tertha Leib There^is^^less familiar face in the higTfesehdoi these days. Mr. Leon Jackson has retired from the custodial staff atter 29 years. He was alw^^th^fe^ith a helping hand, espiecially when someone's leaker was jammed^He certainly will be 5 hiiisM.V Thanks, Mr. Jackson and happy retirement! \ 'TMs^ar'S; $and officers have b^tt«efisetedl. These people were voted onby members of the senior band, the offleers for 1985-86 are: President Janice Gray, Vice President' Shannon LaFave, Sec./Treas. Teresa Williams. Chorus Dessert Night Theatre will be this weekend, October 18 and 19. A sampling of what treats are in store is anumber by Girls' Select called, **Ma He f s<Making Eyes.At Me ? '7theSATB will sing \House of the Rismg S)^'', ajtid a trip and duo Will perform. Tli^'trio wiU be made up of Todd Stowell^ Leanne Butterfield and Teresa Williams. The duo will be Jennifer Guralny and Bryan Rurey. The show will start at 7 p.m. in the high school. Refreshments. prepared by the drama club will be served. Prices are $1.50 per student and $2.00 per adult. Children five and under will be admitted free. Election of Officers of the National Honor Society were held and they are: President Lynn Smith, ; V^ice •president Anne Gould, Secr|tary Laurie Crandell, ' Tre^ajer^,^^ :f ^Caputp. - The Soaieig is^pr^anng-fop the in- duction of new members in November. The SADD (Students Against Drunk Driving) group wifr have their first meeting October 17 at 7 p.m. in the high school. Heading this group are Tracy Vincent, Janice Gray and Theresa Milc- zarski. All interested students are welcome to attend the meeting or see Tracy Vincent. The Varsity Soccer Team has played three games since my last report. Tuesday, October 1 was a home game, with Fabius-Ppmpey. After a double overtime the score remained tied 2-2. Beth Taplin and Denise Mitchell scored the goals. On October 3, the squad traveled to OCS and again tied in double overtime. This time, the score was 0-0. Wins Special At this point'in the season, in- juries to Jodi Wilson, Lonnie Tanguma, Jennifer Wing and Gina Pappa have resulted in combining the JV and Varsity squads. On Saturday, October 5, the team lost to Hannibal 4-1. Kathy Ridgeway scored the only go^l. for-the bevilettes. > The Varsity Football team defeated LaFayette-on their home field Friday,, October 4. The score was 28-0. Alan Youker; had t%c» touchdowns. Scott 'Gilbert scored one and Mike Chrisman had one plus four points from two con- version passes from quarterback Tom Lentz. I will report on the Homecoming game against Hannibal next week. The Varsity B team traveled to Port Byron and lost 30-0. They are scheduled to play at Hannibal on Columbus Dav. The J H Football Team had a home game October 3 against LaFayette. The final score was 6-0. JC Jones made the only touch- down by a quarterback sneak. Cross Country' had a meet October 2. Andy Howard did exceptionally well and placed third among three teams. They also had an invitational October 5 at Baldwinsville and competed against 60 teams. The JH soccer team experiences their first loss of the season. They were defeated by Fulton. The score was 4-1. Colleen Mitchell had the lone goal for the young Devilettes. The .soccer team will play their last two games of'the season away. Tuesday, October 15 they will travel to LaFayette and Thursday, they will meet Bishop Cun- ningham. The JH soccer team will be away Wednesday, October 16, at Hannibal and home on Friday against North Syracuse. The next varsity foojbalk game will be held onSa,turday, October 19 at Bishop Cunningham. - TRIVIA: Who. is the current teacher with the longest years of experience at Pulaski High? The answer will be in next week's \Students'Corner\. Li'l Miss Jamie Lynn Grtffisand her very \bearable\ friend which she won as part of the, recent Ainsworth Memorial Library fund-raiser. Jamie Lynn» who is three years old and lives in Fulton, b the great- granddaughter of Mrs. Norma Griffis of Sandy Creek. Funds from the special activity weri. used to purchase same of th? popular Care Bear ^.#^t»«0 A^mm^M^m^ the special bear made by Mrs. Solly 7I»^JT^^€M»*. l \-\«-• fn «-t/ msjfv.irs fill rSOTOT;S££l»» , * B - w .»

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