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\ The Feather River College ChiM Development Center graduated 19 students last Thursday, May 24. from left: Teacher Nancy Gomez, Teacher Sydney Dalbec, Director Shelley Morrison, Teacher Traci tary Tamara Cline. 1 Photos by Shannon Morrow After receiving a diploma from FRC President Susan Car- roll, Colton "Batman" Kohler is given a gift by director Shelley Morrison. Director Shelley Morrison receives a hug from Miranda McGlynn. The graduating students made their caps and The Feather River College Child Development Center is proud to announce two main events• The CDC is graduating 19 preschool children into kindergarten. It is one of the largest graduating classes in many years. The Child Development Center also just completed a State Department Of Educa- tion contract monitoring re- view. The preschool came through with outstanding scores. All areas of the program were found to be in complete compliance• These areas in- cluded the following: stan- dards, assessments and ac- countability, teaching and learning, equal educational access, staffing and profes- sional growth, parent and community involvement and governance and administra- tion. The child development staff works very hard to offer the community a high quality, nurturing, and creative preschool experience for chil- dren 2-5 years of age. In coop- eration with parents, the CDC encourages each child to de- velop strong foundations of self-esteem and confidence in their unique abilities. Through the developmental- ly age appropriate curricu- lum, the CDC offers art, sci- ence, cooking, music, move- ment, puppetry, small and large group experiences, mo- tor skills development, field trips, premath and preliteracy skills, and much more. The staff also encourages problem solving and anger manage- ment through the violence In addition, each child par- ticipates in a full developmen- tal assessment so that the staff and parents can more ade- quately meet the unique needs of each child. There is an excellent adult/child ratio with the ful- ly trained teaching staff and assistance from the FRC work study students, parents and the child development lab stu- dents. Nutritious and balanced meals are offered each day at the CDC. The staff cook pre- pares two meals and one snack each day. The teachers and children sit together and serve family style. Children learn a lot of self-help skills during the day and especially during mealtime. The Child Development Center is open Monday through Friday from 7:45 a.m. - 5:15 p.m. FRC students families, with a fe* openings for the munity. The of duc io., ment Division many families to charge. For fee infor$ available openin ._ rector, Shelley 1 1 1 Startinfl at 12 Noon : : ] Starting at Instructor: Graceann Ko]ima I Instruc , thletic :lub 336 Crescent St., Quincy, CA 283-B tassels for the ceremony. 1 By Dave Keller Staff Writer Renovations at the Feather River College football stadium will not be finished in time for Quincy High School's gradua- tion ceremony next month. According to College Presi- dent Susan Carroll and Main- tenance Supervisor Ralph Schroader, the stadium's bleachers have not been ap- proved by the state architect. Carroll said she is "disap- pointed" that the high school will need to use the college's basketball arena rather than the stadium. As a result, the bleachers, wtdch will accommodate near- ly 1,000 people for football games, graduations and col- lege events, won't be installed until mid-July. "That's when they'll be erect- ing the steel," Schroader said. The bleachers will also fea- ture a 400.square-foot press box, which will house scouts for two teams, announcers, and radio and print journal- ists, Carroll said. Meanwhile, the state archi- tect has signed off on the col- lege's lighting systems for both the football stadium and the baseball stadium, Schroader said. The Plumas/Lassen Connection Telephone Directory "Your local directory covering Plumas, Lassen and Sierra Counties" prevention curriculum. PLUMAS COUNTY CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION COUNCIl'S Find out what Scripture really says about issues that are WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING ._ important to you, and discover other truths that will encour- age you in this life...and prepareyou for the next. INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS FOR THEIR GENEROUS I DONATION OF TIME AND/OR MONEY TO THE Join AmaziBiblewithauth°r'past°rAnSwerSng FactsLiVe D EAIRE f and teaeller, Bo.# BMamlor 14th ANNUAL CHIg !i q'S McCann's Hors~ and Plumas County Children s Plurnas District Hospital. 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Foster Family ~gency Pony Express Br,dges Concess,onsI p~ ,~n˘ Ca 1,/Family Niika Quistgavd Girl Scouts K.~ "~r~n- Future Farmers of ~.merica Discovery Toys I~ Plumas County Library/Sl,˘ks' the Hair Mechanix Plumas County ~nimal ~l Literacy Program unms Bank Control ~l • nternational Madden Plu " " Soroptinmst I .. , ~l~ and Steve R,sely .-.1 " of Quincy .,,~t, ng Broiders of the Lost ~r, :l I'- Iv cou.ty of Pus ^.er 1 A special thanks to the volunteers/committee members. I Without their help, the faire would have not happened: l Anne Gaudet Larry Trotter Shelley Morrison Chris Knox I Delicia Martinetti Richard Davis ' Melissa Mangione Jackie Blanton & her Volunte˘#, 1 See ya next year at the faire" Colleen Davis, Coordinator