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~%ress:ve, RecorcL Reporter Education Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2001 5IS _.p. cal tea ?2rs entered in Is e'Ed!tor " Travis and parents from ]-dlw! Lassen and ~' last month Agricultural essays describing Science who changed Teacher the 17 essays re- three essays about local teachers entered into the fi- Ld of statewide judg- who invite e for extra teachers who help clothes for their s, each essay de- a teacher who goes the call of duty. lVille High School Ru 6 Science Teacher teacher Travis Rubke was one such teacher recognized in one of the three essays. His student and essay final- ist, Greenville High School senior Ryan Meacher, wrote one of two essays that were received about Rubke. The writers discussed how Rubke goes beyond "the call" to inspire his students with a love of learning and he teach- es them how to open the doors to the real world with knowledge and logic. Westwood teacher Sheri Binswanger is another teacher that two essays were received for, with the finalist being her former student Denise Harding, of Quincy. The essays received about Binswanger discussed a teacher who not only taught her students the skills needed to succeed in class, but also essay contest finals by their students taught them about the skills nities to succeed, lishing Co., and CalTeach, an and values needed in the real These three teachers organization with the ulti- world, taught their students moremate goal of placing 11,000 Her lessons covered every-than textbook lessons. They teachers in classrooms by the thing from politics to bus- taught their students about end of 2001. hess and on to retirement,choices they would make af- Other objectives are to gen- Greenville High School ter high school and how toerate awareness of the Cal- teacher Veronica Triton was open the doors to whateverTeach program among Call- the third teacher written future they chose for them- fornia's ethnic communities; about in an essay going on to selves to communicate the excite- statewide judging. Essays were also received ment and personal rewards of The essay was written by about teachers in Loyalton, being a teaching profession- her former student and Portl, Quincy, Herlong, al; and, to generate inquiries Greenville High School Class Janesville, Johnstonville,to the CalTeach Web site, 800 of 2000 valedictorian Abbey Chic and Los Angeles. line and offices. Kingdon. Six regional finalists from Teachers nominated in Her essay described a around the state will win winning essays will be invit- teacher who came back home$2,500 each, to be awardeded to attend the awards cere- to a small town and taughtduring a November ceremo- mony, reunite with former her students how to open ny in Sacramento. students and receive doors to personal and profes- The essay contest is sport- statewide recognition for out- sional growth, how to be lead- sored by several media out- standing achievement. ers and how to grab opportu- lets, including Feattmr Pub- INDIAN VALLEY HEALTH CARE DISTRICT Indian Valley's Only 24 Hour Health Care-Provider ",4 public ent/ty reflecting community pnde," 184 Hot Springs Road Greenville, C/:, 95947 284-7!91 RadioShack & TRUCK PARTS 283-1362 /s our business" 85 W. Main St. Quincy ~350 Mon.- Fri. 8 am- 6 pm & Fitbngs Sat. 8 am - 5 pm CarquestBeanngs Winter Hours: 8 am - 5 pm Mon. - Sat. Carquest Brake Parts ...... FREE Office Delivery Printing Color Copies Furniture Thanks forthe opportunity Fax Service 283-2501 ~ Pneumatic Tools to serve you/ Buying in bulk? We will match others" prices! : f + {: ::[ :: : Shrubs, Perennials . Wed. thru Sun. 10 am - 5 pm thy Pricer e CA 283-2953 I Unlimited i: HOme Decor ....... Br6akfastand Lunch : Saturday and Sunda Only from 8 am- :(. .... Cocktails 5"+, 10 pm Daily Monday Night Football % Intersection of Hwy. 147 & A-13 Lake Almanor Body Products tits: Mot+ Fri. 8:30 - 5:30 Sat. 10:30 - 3:30 283-2266 531 MAIN STREET . QUINCY tot shorl Stephen ++ -"nation 4111Miff~ 1112 Curly $ Pau/or 44~ 1,11--411 Imllge? 9 ~n~r. iS ~k~ on -- 94 s2 Ego tl~l tiff Cadn's 114 10 Hoss' big I;2 GunpowderIS -- victim ayml~ brother ~ 14 ~ aut 67 Panls pin 111 -- vfvanl111 Manmmdpl $4 MD' ~ee Jewelry, Etc. r s. Hymn of 4 ~ 41 Coup d-- ~_at~e 103 "NEEDS SOME 42 MUst S " 4.1 O'H~n'~ ~ ee Store ~R,~.~ .o~v ~,r+. !: 208 Vd Sierra M -l~m'm~vs"108 S I'v~WOflKr S~A- "My. Friend setting Team" actor 44 ~ plea Portola 832-1418 15 "--- Dud# h~n~utl 1~i It hal l I~ l Local Boy Does Floors Carpet Vinyl Hardwood Flooring Your advertising i representative. Jim McClain * JMFIoors@inreach.com Wishing Well* 118 I 140 141 160 ! r Igl I