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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, July 28, 2010 13A ACADEMY, from page 1A according to Wolcott, his primary experience is in outdoor education as an to its students. "It makes Outward Bound instructor. sense to model this kind ofWolcott said PCS' required behavior for our students, student-teacher ratio is 25 to You've got to take chances,one, so the IVA could lose 15 you've got to try things ... our " students and "we still wouldn't kids need to see us stand up be teacher heavy." and say, 'hey we're going to The school will be in try something. And, maybe Greenville United Methodist it'll work, and maybe it Church buildings on the won't, but we're not going to corner of Pine and Church let fear of failure keep us streets, just off Highway 89. from trying'." IVA held a "logo de- Wolcott also pointed out sign/swim Party" at the the rigorous academic plan of home of Bill and Judy Gimple the academy underscores the July 21. A poolside potluck possibility of success for dinner for students and all, when students put in parents followed. In addition the necessary hard work. to choosing a logo, students Further, the success of such a chose different colored shirts program could have a posi- for each grade: eighth- tive ripple effect throughout graders chose blue and white, the community, seventh-graders chose red Forty students applied for and yellow, and sixth-graders the academy and Weber chose yellow and black. capped enrollment at that At the time of the party, point, Wolcott reported, there were 32 students Since then, "PUSD is making enrolled in the Academy. noises about improving the During the PCS board high school and Sue (Weber) meeting, Bill Gimple said said that five are potentially once parents judge the leaving us" and returning to success or failure of the new GHS. pilot "academy" program at PCS hired Lyn Williams GHS next year, he expects to as the teacher for IVA. An see another influx of students "outstanding young man" to Indian Valley Academy. TITLE III, from page 1A representatives to meet with the supervisors. Acting County Counsel Sheehan also said the RAC Brian Morris suggested the has 15 members who repre- board request a pre-proposal sent a wide range of interests, document from anyone compared to the board's five, requesting funds due Tues- making it more difficult to day, Aug. 31, with a one- reach consensus, paragraph project descrip- The RAC historically re- tion and funding estimate. ceives more project requests Meacher agreed that was than it has money to fund. In the industry standard and recent funding cycles, it has argued for a second para- been unable to fund all the graph for bidders to explain projects itwantedto, why they thought their The supervisors agreed project fit into the guidelines on a Thursday, Sept. 30, for Title III funding. deadline for Title III applica- The board incorporated tions and a Tuesday, Sept. 7, both of those suggestions into agenda item for RAC its final decision. FORUM, from page 1A the taxation rate, which has been hotly debated in a public controversy that has been divisive at times .... The Cap the Tax group, which supports Measure B, will share the podium with the Save Our Hospital group, which opposes it. The forum will follow the format used at the League's election forums, which it has held in Plumas County for 16 years, ~ii ii: Date Created: 5/13~9 (Be) PPo,~;fJ~: CalNom+a Side Plane Zone L HAD f983 A map details the area included in the Plumas Hospital District. Though there is great interest countywide in the Measure B tax cap -- election officials report calls from residents confused about whether or not they live within district boundaries -- only district members can vote in the election. Roughly, the district stretches from the Buck's Lake Wilderness east to Cromberg. Map submitted MEASURE B, from page 1A $265 was non-monetary, including 50 campaign signs donated by Milt Beer. A list of individual dona- tions of over $100 to the Committee for Measure B includes: Quincy Mini-Storage, $300 Daniel Jackson, $250 Carol Davis, $250 Bruce and Linda Walker, $100 Ralph Gullison and Judy Java, $100 Ronald and Billie Bernstein, $100 Richard and Joanne Sargent (Quincy Mini-Storage), $100 Larry Parker, $100 Ken Andrews, $100 Measure B proponents have paid $585 to Wild Hare Signs for large Cap the Tax signs and $416 to Feather Publishing for ads in the Feather River Bulletin. 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