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l I I j Thursday, October 28, 1982 (t6 news L411CE) 'High risk' students receiving help By Della MacRew English. Also included is a spe- Staff Writer cial science class. One to three periods a day \These classes are set up to twenty-five Hellgate students at- both counsel and teach these tend classes iri the alternative students,\ said Templeton. The learning program. These classes main object of. program is to are designed to help students keep as many of these students who are considered to have as possible in school and to help \high risk\ of dropping out. them make the grades they will \Students are categorized need to go on in their education. \high risk\ by the number of ab- · Templeton said that once a senses, excused or unexcused, student gets into the program and by the reason for the absen- they tend to stay in and go ahead ses,'' said counselor Marilyn and finish school. Templeton. One of the main drawbacks to Students in the classes are re- the program is that students ferred to as \different bodies\ have their name on a waiting list not as \high risk\ said Temple- first and then they have to wait ton. · for an opening . Right now 'A one and a ... Bob LaCasse photo Classes that are taught in the there are students waiting to get alternative learning program are into the class according to Tern- the basics: history, rnatn and pleton. An unknown band director leads a 30 member band of Kazoo players during the halftime show. The Hellgate vs. Sentinel game ended In Sentinels' victory of 18-15. Trustees initiate ideas (continued from page 1) \We are working with the city street department to grade some of the land that is open, we are now using it as a marching field for Hellgate Band,\ said Kraft. He added that the city will con- tinue to work with the admin- istration on streets that address further development. Kraft pro- posed the removal of buildings and storage tanks \so we can completely develop that prop- erty according to plans.\ Also on the board meeting agenda was information about the results of the Northwest Ac- creditations visit to to Hellgate. The evaluation of Hellgate was completed in tne last part of September and first part of Oc- tober. The MCHS Board of Trus- tees will be getting a written re- port from the Northwest Ac- creditation team and the state department who worked in con- junction with them. On October 12 the Northwest team was also at the Seeley-Swan School. A written report of that visit is also expected to be presented at a later meeting. · According to Kraft, the enroll- ment in the MCHS system for last year was 3,546 compared with 3,519 students this year. The administration couldn't get the actual number for the spe- cial programs from last year . There are 3,662 students includ- ing those involved in the special programs this year . Kraft report- ed \a very slight decrease in the overall number of students, which is good news for the dis- trict .\ / A Sheriff is more than a set of-qualifications. Proven lt~adership and admtntstrative abUtty tUX\ Ju$t as important. As head of out! of the State'slargt-:stlaw enforce· ntNU agenl.~1t~s. Shertff Ray Froehlich has buUt a comp(~tent and progressiVe organ· · izaUou to tneet the dmnands of a growing t\'unty , Otgntfled and lmagtnaUve dirt~~ tttut. t-espon&e to the public and excellent rdaltonsbips wttb oUter criminal jusUt.'C agent ~ tes have . produt,~ soltd results. tUgbly visible bklelt and white cars now patrol around the chx!k Jn urban · and outly1ng areas. Aided by W't.\t!kend f t ' S< ~ tves and :wttve Search and Rescue nuit s .. otll e t \ t'S t ' an respond in minutes •my wl wr e in tbt • t ' t:n:mty . Anttd paUng t ' rimtnal situations ft' · qmnn~ n: ad i Ut 'SS and })lanntng. a tt • am of speelally·trained deputies has already assisted the rescue of a hostage. ln reS'pOn~ to public input. the Civil Department now processes litigation records and investigations faster. Tbe SherUrs co-operation with the Clerk and Re<.'Order's olllce has resulted in Uw recoverY of several thousands of dollars tn delinquent vehicle taxes . Retain a Professional. Re-elect Sheriff Ray FROEHLICH . . . <v< d tt• h v fhld<-1~<. h t\t Stu HH ( <l\ll'•lll<(n ~ ~u~.t llo,-u, M •t!'ti'U<-. r.-, ;_ ;..,,hl . HII Hh.it'