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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, March 18, 2015 7A Students at Plumas Charter School hold up paintings they finished under the helping hand.of Quincy High School senior Taylor Bruzza. Taylor Bruzza, a senior at Quincy High School, conducted her senior project at Plumas Charter School where she taught various art lessons and projects to students in the first, second, fourth and fifth grades. The senior said she has enjoyed and been involved in art since she was a young girl. She took art classes at Quincy High School where she said her passion for art was able to further expand. Bruzza reported that her mentor, Lucinda Wood; who has been in the art industry for over 40 years, was able to expertly guide her through the project. Without Wood, Bruzza said, "This project would not have been possible. She was a fantastic mentor and was always there to help me when I did not know what I was doing." While at Plumas Charter School teaching children art, Bruzza said she not only further realized her love for art, but also that teaching children was a "fantastic" experience. One of the most valuable experiences for Bruzza was being able to see how she had instilled a sense of pride in the children for their artwork andre]so seehagtheir faces "light up with joy" when doing the art projects. "I will never forget this experience and even after all of the stress of the project, I would not have had this experience any other way," Bruzza said. WasteManagement Announces Summer Hours For Local Transfer Stations 7455 Highway 89 • P.O. 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Please complete the survey online at: Or you can pick up and complete a survey in-person at these locations: • Public Works, 1834 East Main Street, Quincy CA • Day Recording Center, 56 Harbison Street, Quincy CA For questions please contact Jim Graham at (530) 283-6169 or email j IBike-able Quincy is a workgroup of 20,000 Lives. Our mission is to promote biking for school, commerce and ] wellness in Phmas County communities through a strategic alliance among local agencies and community] Taylor Bruzza takes a break from working on her senior project. This year, Bruzza has been teaching elementary students at Plumas Charter School art. Photos courtesy Quincy High School Im % • In response to last year's determined based on the waiting list to enroll at resulting totals. Plumas Charter School, this The school will then year. the school compile and sort all new administration plans to student enrollments. If there initiate a new System -- a are more enrollments than lottery process, spots available, a public Administration capped the lottery will be held June 19 at number of K-8 students to 120 10 a.m. in the school's in the school. According to cafeteria. PCS director Taletha There will be four levels to Washburn, the school has no the lottery process. interest in expanding. First, siblings of returning Enrollment forms will bestudents will be given made available by April 6 and priority status, and v ill distributed to the school's either be granted enrollment current students, or, if there are more siblings Current students and their than spaces available, a families will be encouraged separate sibling lottery will to pre-enroll and submit the be held. required forms to the main Second, children of office located at 175 North employees will be given Mill Creek Road by June 15. priority status, and will | Returning students will have either be granted enrollment priority registration, or, if there are more children Siblings of returning of employees than spaces students will also have available, a separate lottery priority during the lottery will be held. Children of process, employees are not to exceed Enrollment forms will also 10 percent of total student' be available to new students enrollment. by April 6. The forms can be ' Third, a general lottery will accessed on be held for each classroom or that was oversubscribed, and by visiting or calling the remaining spots will be filled. main office. Fourth, a waiting list New students wishing to lottery will be held in which enroll at PCS for the 2015-16 all remaining enrollments school year will need to will be selected and complete an enrollment form numbered. If space opens up and submit it to the main during the school year, office by June 15. students on the waiting list On June 16, all returning will be given the opportunity student enrollments will be to enroll beginning with compiled and sorted No. 1. according to grade. The For more information, call number of openings will be 283-3851. Lighting • Carpets • • Wood Flooring and F, u ee, e Hours: Open Wed-Sun, 9:30AM - 4PM BIGGEST A&E HD DishCD--over 30 music channels HLN HD SiriceXM--over 70 ABC Family HD DishH OME Interactive TV . 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