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4B Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter to school is a new start... Kids: co o, ills LLC (9 2015 V12 33 in"' 7 askinng ---" -- --following 2111 People of all ages are going back to lt:avelinZ-- school! Yes, all ages! Some are getting a basic education, some are preparing for ho ennchm kindergarten or college, and others are \ r----Imilitary online classesinterested in learning skills and trades to 11 \ U ,courses I--"7 help them land abetter job or build a career. 2, L J I , '\ I I It doesn't matter how old we are - we all l:"i _ \X, ._academy" " I Inight schoolnUrsery can learn something new to help ourselves. - doing 9 I I ,I. - using school Some of the words p a ]ing People on this page ar6 hard - .. -- expressing have Don't let it bug you. - listening watching needs, dreams _ 1 7 There are many kinds of schools and programs to help people achieve what they want to do. reading Can you match each school in the apple talking above to its purpose below? Write the number 5 (1, 2, 3,..) of each purpose in the correct box. 1. teaches a skill or trade to help you on a job or career path 2. teaches how to get along with others Take good notes! and other pre-kindergarten skills 3. for people who work or take care of children during the 4. prepares people for service and leadership in the armed forces 5. lets people keep on learning and trying new things 6. lessons taught and completed on a computer 7. business, recording arts, how to set up live events 8. safety, vehicle care, skid control, driving awareness 1 1 1 m 1 Schools are busy places. What is everyone doing? Read the clues ._. below to fill in the crossword. 1 about feelings on field trips Free 3. ideas through art and music 4. books Stuff 5. Come to print out our new puzzles: A Perfect Summer Day; Scribbling, Squirting Squid; Beat the Heat and Springing, Shrieking Strawberries @ www.readingclubfun.corn games 6. to teachers and classmates 7. rules 8. experiments 9. films 10. stories 11. questions 12. software and computers School Days Around the World to, What Makes a School Run? Students in countries all over the world are excited running sfarfl It takes many people to make a school runL to be starting a new school year. Read the fun clues, smoothly. Do you know who they are? Twelve then match each one to the country it describes. staff members and class helpers are hidden 1. strict dress code that even limits ' in the puzzle. Can you find and circle them? hair styles; sometimes pack A. France lunches in 'bentO' boxes: teachercooks librariancustodian rice, meat, soup and vegetables B. Australia studentnurse secretarysuperintendent 2. boys and girls in separate classrooms; enjoy spiced aides parentsprincipalcounselor meat and noodles for lunch; some live far away C. Japan soabuswith books is used to reach them U P E R T N T E N D E N T K P N M C r T 3. students have the same classmates from grades D Iran V R E X M T L V A V Z Y Q W S R F S O Y S 1-10; no uniforms, students told to dress warmly; ' A S W Y L O P T U B M L D K T I F E U Q schools serve beet soup, bread, meat and a grain E. vn D Y .,1 ,,v ,..c T ,, [:' Y N .., E Q O G U N Q C N H A 4. students enjoy a long 2 hour lunch break often withN S O S H W A E M D S T 0 Z U D G R S W T bread, cheese and a salad; school yearis in 4 sessions E Russia D V E L W R W V A R H C 0 W T E r H E E P D 5. in southern hemisphere so summer vacation is December " N D Y 3 B C C A U C M A D D W N P R T L Q E and January; lunch', meat pies, egg and lettuce sandwich ,_. T I W Q r N UU H .] U Q T T A T A O S S 6. school year is January to December, with a month L .1 W ..1 R P 0 E N _ EPJBALMRRKA break each semester; classes are in one of three language P A R E N T S A L N R R T G N D Y T Q F Hausa, Yoruba or Ibo; bread, vegetables and fruit for lunches m E -11 z z z E m i , w E E z 5 z E E In m 1 e S t a Goal and Go For It ("'Youd n't a eto o Help little mouse find his way into and out of the doors of each classroom. Visit them in the Ibe a bookworm to I,JJaL. order listed on his schedule. Then, help little mouse find his way out of the maze to graduate. - _ : Schedule Room IIW"ll m , , , ) E, Science 136 I 'I ]1478 / English211 I ,1 I-- t -I--- - I Learn to Draw I Math 390 %,. , ; / | I I ., I Auto MechanicsI History478 I J Wrld Histry I Calvary Chapel 1953 E. Main St., Quincy (Next to Sav-Mor) 530-283-4463 Smi(e @ Jesus fores you! The Key to Survival On June 2, 1995, U.S. Air Force Captain Scoff O'Grady was patrolling the United Nations designaled no -fly zone over war-torn Bosnia when, at 27,000 feet, his 1:-16 fighter was struck by a surface-to-air missile. He desperately pulled his ejection lever and was catapulted into the sky at 350 miles per hour. Remarkably, he managed to land unscathed - but in enemy territory. For six incredible days and nights, O'Grady eluded capture by the Bosnian Serbs who relentlessly pursued him. Relying in part on his military survival training, O'Grady said his faith in God also sustained him. During his third day on the ground, he experienced the love of God ta such a degree that it look away his fear of death. On the sixth day, in a daring daylight rescue, an elite team of Marines moved in with a chopper, dodged enemy fire, and pulled the young American to safety. At a national press conference following his triumphant return to the U.S., O'Grady said, "If it weren't for my love for God and God's love for me, I wouldn't be here right now." Stott O'Grady