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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, October 29. 1998 7 West Virginia Visits , Har ! untain} ity in a ace. letiren sation,i ing: oing ificati Miss West Virginia 1998, recently visited at Charles Town Junior High School. She school and visited several classrooms. She told t. )out S.T.A.R.T. - Students and Athletes Reading To- 10n ~e program is one she is promoting through her ~irginia platform. The program encourages older f . ~d athletes to read to young students and siblings. ~C011eg~ are student government President Heidi Siirtola, to enr ipalPaul Stroup. Io incluLt ~ needed assistance in applying for .][ ][2"~ A1.-.~ college scholarships. =UDJeC[ l x.l lt Next meeting for the PTSO is :ical ex,TTT,~ November 18, at 7 p.m. in the JHS ~lt 1 1-1 ~ cafeteria. If you have ideas con- J tlk.J cerning these issues or other ~i~f~"---'-" items you would like to see ad- ~ichard (Doc) Keeler dressed, please attend the next the first ever Par- meeting ~'- ,~ St ud-ent" ()rgani za- ,glsIerl ee tV efferson tl n September 16. er shared with the )~ne~rations for the orga- stressed that this ~fundraising organi- lie that would work ~CComplish certain ~etterment of the stu- ie teaching environ- :led der of business was acers for the 1998-99 Jane Bowers was Augusta Reid, uamvm r}t; Pare Hill, secre- q tda Wilt, reporter Mrs. Jody Hunter, tstner and Mrs. Deb- lere appointed to the IDIle, ement Council. Au- ;ollisior lunteered to be the tSsica Horner is the ~resentative and the student alter- ~rns were brought to review and discus- lance policy: exam drivers license is- iine policy, status of iilding project, alter- tion, Unified School Plan, SUCCESS, hneed for chaperones S eras voiced by par- ers were class size, afety in the school, rking lot and Flow- ~oad in front of the ~lcs during lunch in I~' Students present I eniors who HIGH JUNIORS, NIORSt a week in Against the *ur nation's capital, a Week as a member ~tial Classroom in Hill, meet Lat0rs and represen- n Policy Analysts, Court, wit- sional hearings and ate, students need to ~r Seniors in high L B average or h gh top 25 percent of commitment to school involvement Clpation in co-cur- and complete L application, verified Your high school in a prestigious like the Presi- is highly val- colleges and univer- adnaissions process. ASSociation of Sec- ool Principals has Classroom ~l Advisory List of every year first year of the ~Pplications is No- winter sessions for the summer aformation, '.hool counselor or United Way exemption tax cut Balance economic & environmental measures regarding mountaintop removal Tax relief for small l ,mocro c kaz ive Co--tree. ,qibe Gzssdl. atr John Doyle is the vice-chair of the House Finance Committee and the Chair of the Higher Education Subcommittee. We need to keep John Doyle at the table, speak- ing for our interests. * John Doyle got 5.5 million dollars to make the Shepherd College Library much larger. He's working hard to help make the Eastern Panhandle's outstanding public college even better. i ill n Illnnll I III I I IIIIII I I II IIIII John Doyle helped persuade the Division of Highways to agree to build a pedestrian walkway/bike path from Shepherdstown to Maddex farm, and to build one along the new 45/480 connector when it is constructed. John Doyle is one of the strongest advocates in the legislature for good land use laws in West Virginia. John Doyle is already working to help get Jefferson County a second high school as soon as possible. our on the job for another two critical years. PaidHfor by the Doyle for Delepate Committee; R. Smith, Treasurer I I I I I I In i iiii mill I I