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Friday, July 14, 2006 - The Malakoff News - PAGE 7 : Morgan I" Continued from Page I i in Competitive events. His son starting bringing home awards m horse showing when he was years old. i :, In face, the opportunities in i equine competition are a big part of why he applied for the :Malakoffjob, said Morgan. I : "We like East Texas, the lake I and the trees, and many of the !'paint horse shows and barrel ,race events are in Athens," said Morgan. His days as a principal are a far cry of his life back when he and Donna met. The two were both working for the Dallas Police Department. His wife left the police business and, shortly after, so did Mar- gall. He comes from a line of teachers, said Morgan. Both of his parents taught and his wife's parents were teachers as well, so it was natural for him to go into the education field. His father was a football and swim coach at the college level, so Morgan lived quite a few different places growing up, including Arizona, Califor- nia and Ohio. Morgan holds a degree in ki- Chief Continued from Page 1 combined title of city administra- took the opportunity to thank city tor and police chief. City officials residents who have responded said they would not combine to a call to clean up the city. those two positions this time. "There's efforts being made The city administrator's po- by the citizens of Malakoff in sition iscurrently being shared getting the clean-up ordinance by Director of enforced and we appreciate Public Works Glen Herriage their efforts," Trimble said. and City Secretary Ann Barker, Trimble said letters were sent both of who actually carry the out by the city asking residents titleco-city administrator, to clean lots and remove old Covey is serving as interim cars. police chief until a replacement "We appreciate getting the can be found, city of Malakoffts appearance In other action Monday night, looking a lot better," he said. Mayor Pro-tem Tim Trimble Post Oak Continued: from Page 3 and friends of the deceased, sociation. Bring your folding The book will be available for chairs. purchase at $20.00 per book Maintenance of the cemetery during the Memorial Day meet- is funded by donations. If you ing, August 5. If requested by cannot attend, but wish to make mail order add $2.50 for= post,- a contribatiorJ, make.yot dm k ageaad.eavelopr mtal S99 so payable taPo t Oak f emetary. ! ; Marl attendees, so bring a covered P.O. Box 2143 Malakoff, Texas dish, tea or sodas. Ice for tea, 75148. serving utensils such as plates, For information contactAlfred drinking cups, knives, forks, & Williams, 903-489-1441 or etc. will be furnished by the as- Bessie Philbrick, 903-677-5489. nesiology and has coached wrestling at the high school level and taught weightlifting and self-defense at the Univer- sity of North Texas, where he also went to school. His wife is also in education. When she's not competing in barrel racing, she's a diagnos- tician. Morgan's been on the job for a few weeks now, and so far it's been a wonderful experi- ence, he said. The staff has welcomed him and he's been impressed with the way the staff is perfoming in a tough situation. The elementary teachers are split between the intermediate and Orr cam- puses and sometimes space is hard to come by, he said, but everyone is doing very well. "The way the teachers get along with each other and with the other campus is a testimony to the district," said Morgan. He's looking forward to build- ing the new school. "You could be in education 30 years and not get to build and open a school. And they're very excited about that school," said Morgan. But between now and then, there are some challenges to be met. Morgan said he is work- ing with intermediate Principal Ronny Snow to make sure when the study body splits into Malakoff Elementary School and Tool Elementary School, that it will be as smooth a tran- sition as possible. The interme- diate and elementary campuses are already making sure there is continuity in discipline and other teaching matters, so that students know what to expect Policy Continued from Page 1 passing the TAKS test can be throughout the debate. Man- times and teachers have com- a powerful incentive and the day night, he again argued for plained that students did not policy should remain as is. a change, show up for tutorials. Board members spoke "As long as kids pass all Having the tutoring during against the possible ramifica- their core subjects, I don't see classes will eliminate that tions of changingpolicyinthe why they can't participate," problem, said Hulsey, who middle of the school year and said Vieregge. spoke in favor of leaving the left the rule in place, saying Superintendent Larry policy as it stands. they would reconsider the sub- Hulsey said the high school is "In the last year and a half, Sect at the end of the school already making changes to this school district has gone year. make certain students come above and beyond to give Monday night, they did just to TAKS tutorials. Those tu- these kids extra opportunities that, once again discussing the torials will be taught by teach- to pass the test," said Hulsey. two sides of the debate,ers during a regular classroom The policy should remain as The lone dissenting voteperiod beginning in August. an incentive, he added, say- came from board member During the past debate, par- ing, 'Tm confident that if we Rick Vieregge, who has spa- ents have said their children change this, we'll have more ken for a policy change 'were unaware of tutorial kids not passing the TAKS." rnl ~W~Igla.~olsdal~dl COURTESY~, PHOTO WC,W ii t tlI both When Dad comes to work dady, the chddren coine wath h m, fred act!vltxcs, campuscs to have the same and stay out of everyone's way. Hunter Smith, Director of Technology for ideas and the samc values," said TISD, knows where his children are: Kelsie, on the bigger bike, Kcdrlk, the Morgan. middle child, and Kendra, entering first grade this year. 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