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2.4, 1977 MALAKOFF NEWS Page 5 SCHOOLS ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. from page one DERBY-- Tophe, [back row] Danny Cub Scouts from Pack Wilson, Troy Askew, Joseph participated in the Lonon, Keith Boykin, Larry Pinewood Derby Cooksey, and Kevin Kitch, are, from left, Den Chief. Winners were Posey, Levi Levi Karr, first; Troy Wilson. Lone Askew, second; Joseph Lonon, third, and Speedy Ward first in creative design. The winners will participate in the Athens District Race April 16. Den leaders are Pat Karr and Dorothy McDowell. The Rogers Report iii By Benny Rogers :::: Rogers the news coming this week is this Junior-Senior prom will be held this m the Student ' [; on the ttCJC CB-T only Sl,998 AHM 1977 ur chance to put on a Honda CB- got the engine d the superbike ,d nd improved At these fantastic you to -= see it at... ,o,;  ! 829 N. Main campus at l:;U p.m. The juniors have been working hard all year raising money to fund the event and they should be commending for their effort. Seven seniors along with Coach John Hudson attended a Freedom Forum at Texas Christian Univer- sity in Fort Worth last Tuesday. Making the trip were Tina Green, Donna Hughes, Delanda Smith, Gall Venable, Cindy Dawson, Loraine Herline and yours truly. Also making a trip last Tuesday was principal Jack Benton and five students who attended a Talented Seniors Workshop. Going on that trip were Jimmy Crouch, Randy Welbourn, Jan Adams, Suzie Walker, and Robin Harris. Tigerette tracksters will journey to New London this Friday where they will participate in the track meet there. The meet is the second, of the year for the Tigerettes. Tiger thinclads were originally scheduled to compete in a meet at Rosebud-Lott this Saturday, but due to the prom they have withdrawn-from the event. On Saturday, April 2, they will trek to Kerens to compete in the Trinity River Relays. Mrs. Elizabeth Smith had her One-Act play cast to present this year's play "A Marriage Proposal" Tuesday night in the MHS auditorium. On March 29 they present the play at the district meet. Fifteen MHS band members, who were selected to the HCJC select band, will participate the select band concert this Friday in the HCJC auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Until next week remem- ber- All too often a clear conscience is merely the result of a bad memory-- Think about it!!! properties)," he said. "We won't lose any money and our tax records will be a whole lot better." Trustee Joe Cox at first indicated he felt the board should take some time to think about the hiring of Pritchard & Abbott, but then indicated that there was not need for delay and made the initial motion to hire the firm. The motion was approved unanimously. In other action, the board approved the Textbook Committee's recommenda- tions on textbooks, left a decision on fleet insurance for buses and school-owned vehicled to Supt. Murray after two bids weren't comparable, set driver education class fees at $75, and discussed problems arising out of failure of persons using the high school gym failing to clean it up on weekends. The trustees approved without question a list of textbooks which the committee had picked from recommendations of the- State Textbook Committee. The new related math text book deals more with basics and less with albegraic concepts, Murray said. Also School Will iili Menu iii0000. Start Later M..c, Monday: Fish Crispies, Next Year Tartar Sauce, Black Eyed Peas, Macaroni and Cheese, Malakoff school students Corn Bread, Pear Halves, will begin and end the and Milk 1977-78 school session a Tuesday: Barbecue week later, school trustees Wieners, Pinto Beans, decided Monday night. Buttered Rice, Corn Bread, The school board Applesauce, Milk approved a tentative Wednesday: Hamburger, calendar for the school year Lettuce, Cheese, Pickle that has students beginning Slice, French Fries, Catsup, classes August 24 and Peanut Butter Balls, Milk ending their classroom stay Thursday: Pork Choplets, June 1. Corn on the Cob, Green Teachers inservice work Beans, Hot Rolls, Jello, Milk days are scheduled for Aug. Friday: Sloppy Joes, 18 and 19, and Aug. 22 and Snow Flake Potatoes, Baked 23, prior to the start of Beans, Cake Squares, Milk classes on Wednesday, Murray said. l O0's Of Other Items On Sale NOW At unbelievable prices selected were Junior High spellers for seventh and eighth grade, algebra 1 and 2, trigonometry, geometry, chemistry, physics, world history, shorthand, bookkeeping, and journalism texts. Harris Insurance bid $2,528 for providing fleet insurance on school vehicles, and Wyle McClintock Insurance of Trinidad bid $2,524, but Harris bid $100 deductible while McClintock bid $250 deductible and Harris' medical payments were $1,000 per person compared to McClintock's $2,500. The board authorized Murray to consult with both insurors and get comparable prices, and go ahead and commit for insurance, which expires April 2. McClintock, who was present at the meeting, told the board it might save considerably on its insurance if it grouped all its coverage into a single bid each year rather than buying its policies at different times. Driver education fees were set at $75, after trustees heard a report from high school principal Jack Benton. Benton said that he would be able to handle a class of 35, but unless he got enought students to hold two classes of near 35 each, some students would have to be turned down for driver's ed. He said the class would be filled on a first come-first served basis. Trustees discussed the dilemma of not being able to handle more than 35 students unless two classes are filled, and indicated they might consider subsidizing the driver ed program if it should turn out to be marginal. The entire program is scheduled for the summer months, because that is the only period the Texas Education Agency will permit the assessing of extra charges because of the attorney general's ruling on fees to students implement- ed last fall. Benton also discussed a problem with the high school gym where Little Dribbler teams play each weekend. Benton said that the gym is often left uncleaned, particularly in the conces- sion area; special "hang on" baskets for the little teams are not removed from the standard goals, and half- empty cups of drinks are left in the gym. He said his janitorial people do not have time before classes begin Monday morning to clean up the gym, and the classes are forced to clean up the area they're using themselves. After a general discussion of the problem Jim Matting- ly indicated he would talk to the groups using the gym in an effort to get them to clean up behind themselves. Murray also indicated that there was a possibility the janitor staff could be paid on an overtime basis to get the gym cleaned up earlier. assessment to Austin in May. The board must approve the goals outlined by teacher and community surveys. Murray said the district would get into a "self study" of how well it is implement- ing the goals next year. Next month's regular board meeting, scheduled for April 18, was moved up a week to April 11 at 7 p.nL because the district's schools Murray told the trustees will be closed the week prior that he is in the process of'to the April 18 date. The completing the assessment trustees will promulgate of school district goals, and election returns and install that he hoped to finalize the new board members on that list in time to send the date also. I III I I I SHEET METAL SHOP AIR CONDITIONING ,f Sales- Service [ 8ERVEL ],,EE ..,, ,,,....-,.,,, ,,,.,,,.,.. 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