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Arcade herald. (Arcade, N.Y.) 1981-current, May 29, 1986, Image 3

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ARCADE HERALD. THURSDAY. MAY 29, 1986 3 Pioneer board names summer school principal In Memonam by Pat Vadney Karen MacGamwell of Strykersville was approved for the position of summer school principal, effective July 1, by the Pioneer Central School Board at its May 20th meeting Ms MacGamwell, a teacher at Holland Central School, is certified and experienced in school administration The board voted to realign the guidance staffs at the middle and high schools Lanetta Husted, who had been a half- time counselor at both buildings, was named to fill an upcoming full-time vacancy at the middle school The half-time position at the high school was abolished and a full-time position was created, bringing the number of counselors there to three The board voted to approve Richard Anderson's request to return to his position as a middle school English teacher after working this year at the BOCES alternative high school in Belmont. Tenure was granted for Thomas Herman, kindergarten teacher, and seven students from Houghton College were accepted for student teaching for the fall semester In other personnel matters, a sabbatical leave of absence for Karen Palmutier was granted for the fall semester, an unpaid medical leave for Deborah Howard, food service helper, was approved for April IS through June fi, and an unpaid leave for the 1986-87 school year was approved for Sandra Smith, Arcade Elementary aide Joann Millar was transferred from cafeteria worker to food service worker A LENGTHY discussion took place regarding the final draft of the Transportation Committee recommendations The committee, which was appointed several months ago to study routing, safety, discipline and behavior on the school buses, presented its recommendations formally earlier this year Since that time, the board has reviewed the report a small portion at a time, making suggestions and modifications At this meeting the board voted 8-0 to approve the report as revised and agreed by consensus to continue with the same volunteers serving on the committee In regard to a safety recommendation to eliminate as many lefthand turns as possible onto Routes 16 and 39. listing of these intersections on an annual basis to determine whether any particular problem areas exist Another committee sugges­ tion to eliminate all standees on buses may be decided by virtue of legislation presently under c onsidcration at the state level For tin' third meeting in a rnw the hoard discussed the I'l^i.sT school calendar in regard li> I he recommended Master break and the hi>lida\ granted fur high school students in November tor the first d ,i\ \f hunting se.ison Since BOCKS decided t<> t.ike off the Monda\ .iml l'ursda\ • ifter Kaste-r iApril lid and -I i the Pioneer distric t needed to decide whether to take the same holidays or the Thursda\ and Friday of the week preceding Palm Sunday (April 9 and 10) A motion by Patru la Petersen tn iipprmi the latter schedule u .is rejit led 1>\ .1 i 1 V\ti The hoard the n \ nird 7 1 to ;ic c < pi the < .i 11 n d ar as presented I in accordance with the BOCES schedule) Mrs Petersen cast the negative vote, stating she felt that placed the Easter break too late in the spnng A 7-1 vote authorized the school to take bids on an emergency revenue antici­ pation note for $990,000 for the 19H6-87 school year This money would only he borrowed if a bill does not go through the state legislature asking for recovery for school districts funds lost in the Ijon Capital case Sue Salzler voted against the motion Card of Thanks The family of Millicent Neamon wants to thank friends and relatives for the many expressions of sympathy A special thank you to rather Biesinger Card of Thanks Thanks to everyone for the thoughts, prayers and cards while I was in the hospital and since my return home Norma Simonetti HILL — In memory of our Husband. Dad and Grand­ father, Seymour (Red), June 1, 1985 Just one short year ago this day. Our Father in Heaven took you away Although the pain is still hard to bear. We know that you belong up there. For none on earth could ever heal The discomfort and pain you had to feel We often think, as we stand at your grave. How in the end you were so brave , We miss you so. Dad. and not a day goes by. When we don't think of you and begin to cry We speak of you often and the memories we share Sometimes make it easier almost like you're there I'm glad we got to love you, if only for awhile, 'Cause the best and biggest memory, surely was your smile You will never be forgotten, Dad. And writing this is somewhat sad. But the times we shared on earth we had Our ups and downs with the greatest Dad We shall never say good bye to you. Just simply, love till later P S Happy Father's Day Sadlv missed and loved by your Wife. Children & Grandchildren IDIRECT FROM FL0RIDA| SHRIMP Free Recipes Med.-Hdls. Fill Your Freezer \J lb. 4 Lb. Boxes VARIOUS KINDS — SIZES — PRICES ALSO: Scallops, Snow Crab Clusters & Lobster Tails GLENN'S SEAFOOD SALE Corner Rt. 39 & 16 Yorkshire (Parking Lot at Reinhardt's Furniture) 10 am 'til Dusk or while supplies last Fri., May 30 & Sat., May 31 Please call 826-0677 for more information, or apply at 1700 Clinton Street, Buffalo, NY 14206

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