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J GRADESCHOOL following Chapman Grade I students were honored Bushbaum's class: Joey Citizen and Special Award in Art; Joseph Sportsmanship and ran the 5:20; Colin McCool, mile in 5:20; Justen ran the mile in 6:15; students from Western Oregon COllege at Monmouth will be in our school district this as part of their teacher This will be a nice and we expect the ence to be mutually beneficial. are Julie Schrunk, John Teresa Evey, Lori Kevin Wolfe and Becky Harris's first grade class PAPA certificates to Holsclaw for helpfulness, Leno for good work habits Johnson for most attitude. tiger winners are Ryan Brianna Bogen and Amy a~. The Tony Tiger award is r doing seat work well. people selected in Miss room were Stacie Shaul for in reading and a attitude, Vanessa Holm for in handwriting, neat- Completing her work, Ryan hard work and effort in and Jeremy good nature and willing- along with others. student's also made resolutions. "To make Travis Hayes; "feed the Swenson; "learn how to bike" Danieile Hoeft; "do 0n my bike," Jason Riggs; t~y name better," Jessica "ride my bike," Joshua "clean my room," Vanessa "go to the store," Stacie "feed the dog," Christina "not foget anything at Sara Lauer; "make my "shoot my BB Fillible; "set the 'stal Martin; "do better , tg," Ryan Timmer; t~y bed, ' David Quinton. Mendenhall and Katie received PAPA awards in ,'s class for being rs. 'people awards in Mrs. :lass went to Jenny Bailey for Autumn Wilson for and to David Elliott Beasley for being Math Thornhill awarded PAPA to Chris Scholten for test wizard, Victoria most improved attitude as a neat worker. L Lion car is trip around the USA. She C ~:/ ;ii~ i'L :i Jacob Rose, Academic Improve- ment; and Amber Barker, Good Self-Manager and organizer. Mrs. Holoubek's class: Owen Holder, Teacher Award; Melani Lux, Teacher Award; Kerry Holmes, Personal Best; Josh Simonson, Personal Best; Amanda Killinger, Special Achievement; Tim Wofford, Trailblazzer/Avia; Robbie Diehl, Trailblazer/Avia. Mrs. Winegar's class: Jennifer Porter, Homework; Jay Fox, Improved Responsibility; Jessie Hager, Helpfulness; and Kristan Wilson, Responsibility. Mrs. Barge's class: Janice Wilson, Good Worker Award; Dennis Erickson, Math Award; Adria DeHart, Good Listener Award; Steve OIds, Most Improved Behavior. Mrs. Schmidt's class: Jamieson Grabenhorst, Positive Self-linage; Bobbie Jo DeVera, Good Listener; Sara Torrence, Citizenship; Sarri Tate, Citizenship; Mandi Simpson, Helping Hand; Wendy Wilcken, Hclping Hand; Melanie Cranfill, Good Worker; and Josh Ashcroft, Mathematics Achievement. Mrs. Scott's class: Pat Nelson, Improvement in Academics; Willy Giddings, Tcacher's Award; Marcus Wertz, Citizenship; Linda Repp- linger, Self Manager; and Kim Raddatz, Language Arts. has passed Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho and has arrived in Montana. December PAPA people in Mrs. Fendall's 3rd grade class were Travis Johnson, Jeramy Lehner, Brian Osborn and James Caven. Mrs. DeHart recognized Jessica Wickham, Cristine McNamara, Sara Keller, Belinda Mendenhall, Catherine Bigelow, Desirae Gerritsen, Elizabeth Holcomb and Christine Littlejohn as ALL STAR students with positive attitudes and fine academic progress. Raina Wickham, Isaac Welin, Christine McNamara, Justin Crouch and Sara Keller are continuing to participate in the Red Lion math trip around the USA. Four students in Mrs. Johnson's class received PAPA awards in December. They are Theresa Hillman for helpfulness, Ashley Wooden for improvement in completing assignments and Amy Griffin and Jason Elliott for academic improvement. Jeremy Smith was an outstanding ~PE student in Mrs. Brown's fourth grade class. Marissa Leno, Pam Reznicsek, Zane Caspers and Alex Holm were all PAPA people. Mrs. Perkin's fifth grade selected Noah Fox, Heather Hoyle and Tricia Mendenhall for excellent behavior. Improved academic awards went to Bob Bonson and Billy Borck. Improved academic awards plus improved attitude awards went to Justin Lehner and Erica Morgan. Valerie Lux took the excellent work habits award. Misty Grant was selected for helpfulness and Wayne Stubbs for improved attitude and cheerfulness. PAPA awards in Mr. Thornhill's fifth grade went to Vanessa Barber, Chuck Chapin, Amber Grodio, Abe Neal, Tanya Newton, Kevin Osborn, Amy Propes, Jana Reitmajer and Shonna Coldiron for good behavior. Math awards were given to Jessica Wright, Daren Welsh, Jeff Swan- borough and Paul Hasslen. Most improved went to Karli Hile and Sunny Morgan while Abby Kamph and Katie Holcomb took super citizen and student awards. Jennifer Ysles was commended for an excellent vocal performance in the music programs. tI1iilllCOUPON1 Willamina announces students of the month WlLLAMINA HIGH SCHOOL Shawn Ebensteiner was chosen Boy of the Month for December. Shawn is the son of Kathy and Gary Ebensteiner. He has two brothers, Joey and Sterling. Shawn is a four year letterman in football and this year was voted most valuable player and outstanding back. He was also voted second team all league running back. Besides football Shawn also played basket- ball his freshman year and was on the track team his sophomore year. He has been on the baseball team the last two years and is in his third year of wrestling, finishing third in District last year. His hobbies include water skiing, snow skiing, and weight lifting. This year Shawn is on Student Council, in the Lettermens Club, president of Pep Club and is in his Shawn Ebensteiner second year as Forest Products president. After graduating, he plans to attend O.S.U. majoring in mechanics and, what else? Play football! Dawn Howard was chosen for Girl of the month tbr December. In the 3~/~ years that I have gone to Willamina, most of my activities have leaned toward sports; three years varsity basketball, three years of varsity softball, and powderpuff tootball. In these sports I received a "Hustle" award in basketball and All League Honors and a "Best Defensive Award" for softball. Academically, I have earned an Outstanding Physical Education Certificate, and Anatomy Achieve- ment. I participate in the OSSOM foundation, the Lettermens Club, and am secretary in the WHS Pep Club. Dawn Howard Wednesday, January 18, 1989, The Sun 5 GRAND RONDE ELEMENTARY Grand Ronde Elementary held its monthly Positive Action Assembly Jan. 6 to recognize students for the month of December. Student of the Month Awards were presented to: Junior First: Brandi Derrick, use of talents. First: Jason Randall, controlling feelings; Lindsey Hunt, positive thoughts and actions; and Gregory Graham, positive thoughts and actions. Second: Daniel Bazzy, improved use of time and Snuffy Jones, honesty. Third: Maranda Clark, challenge of a new school; Christy Chase, use of time and energy; and Katie White, creativity. Fourth: Sharon Emra, politeness; Kaileen Rouse, thoughtfulness; and Jennifer Elam, good work habits. Fifth: Kerrina Sabel, always doing her best; Dennis Dawkins, improved attitude; Larry Smith, improved attitude; and Aimee Werth, all star work. The Class of the Month for December was Mrs. Neal's third grade. They earned the most tokens over their goal: Marie Adams, Nick Bailey, Joshua Baker, Christina Baxter, Shane Boggs, Christy Chase, Tiffany Clerk, Wendy Dawkins, Eric Elam, Jeremy Foster, Solomon George, Jeramiah Graham, Adam Leno, Ronaele Loomis, Erica Mercier, Manny Mercier, Jed Myers, Amber Teller, Katie White, Stacy Emra and Jonathan Simpson. The kindergarten students, taught by Mrs. Trader, were special guests at this assembly. They were given special recognition for their positive actions in the classroom and especially in the hallways. Each student was introduced and their special gift was noted by Mrs. Trader. Timmy Langley, possessions; Mark Ashton, actions; Meagen Smith, actions; James Smith, talents; Samson George, feelings; Micah Herber, time; Arnica Myers, energy; Mychal Pond, energy; Tony Boggs, actions; Sean Kyllonen, actions; Brent Getzler, thoughts; Jake Harper, talents; Jeffrey Longley, feelings; Jessica Simpson, actions; JK Pugh, talents; Jeremy Wright, energyand John Wil- liamson, energy. FAULCONER EVENTS We have started a new year with the Positive Action word of the week: HEALTHY. If you find your child sharing ideas about eating, exercise, and other concepts related to health issues, then our school Positive Action program is working. Our new third grade teacher, Bill Monroe, is a long-time Sheridan resident and teacher for Sheridan school district. He has taken over for Ann Huntley, who retired in December. On Jan. 11 Faulconer students and staff, as well as many parents, traveled to Portland to view the play, "Charlotte's Web." This was a unique experience for many of the students. Not only were they treated to the excitement of a live performance at the Portland Civic Auditorium, but the trip to Portland and the activities in the city provide a wonderful reinforcement for lessons taught during in-class time. The generous support of parents for Faulconer's fundraiser in October allowed the whole school to take part in this great opportunity. CHAPMAN GRADE SCHOOL In Mrs. Barge's science class students are learning about stars and star patterns. In social studies students are studying about the first pilgrims to the U.S. in Jamestown and the Plymouth colonies. In P.E. the fifth graders are beginning a new unit on basketball and exercise, alternating these two every other day. for providing the team photos used in the sports ads in last week's edition E MUFFLER The Doctor ! McDonald Lane McMinnville 472-1146 Chain Solders from Sizing from *10 Prngsfrm$30 .~_~~~--- Offer expires Jan. 31, 1989. Need a Ring Sized? 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