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, 8B Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010 II1L ]! Iflll!lgltlm,iITli! Bulletin, Progressive Record, Reporter Where in ti'00e World? The Almanor Riders reached the summit of Mount Consti- tution on Orcas Island, the highest point of the San Juan Islands in northern Washing- ton. Frgm left: Gus Aguiar, Walt Baccala, Annie Baccala, Bill Coad, Artdythe Coad, Carolyn Willhoit, Mike Willhoit, Sue Ledbetter, Joanne Schooling, Mary Williams, Dennis Williams, Jan Van Eveland, Don Van Alen, Tom Fullerton, Marsha Fullerton, Kari Maiz, Jackie Small, Garry Small and Jane Staudenmayer. Tom Frady, who lived in Quincy from 1971 - 2004, stands in front of the Lone Cypress in Monterey. Frady rode his bicycle 270 miles from Lincoln to Monterey for the picture. Nine cyclists from his local club, the Lincoln Hills Cyclists, made the trip. They are all 60 - 75 years old. ': / 2 Dave and Nina Stone of Graeagle visited their grand- children, Zia h and Marley, in Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic. The photo was taken from the 900-year-old castle looking into the town. Paid Political Advertisement S TA T E Ai00o ROG;ER lml00il NIELLO ROGERNIELLO.COM "I would apprecmte your vote on Nov. 2rid" For more information, please visit my website Paid for by Taxpayers for Roger Niello for Senate 2010. ID # 1329351 Plumas Unified School District Holds Literacy Summit Governing Board On Monday, October 11, all certificated staff across the district attended a literacy su Quincy. The summit was organized into two sections, K-6 and 7-12 literacy. Teachers principals spent the day discussing, learning, and agreeing upon next steps at their s( regarding continuous improvement in literacy instruction. Quincy High School hosted all secondary staff, to discuss teaching literacy throughoL curriculum content areas. Presenters shared information on the following topics: 1) N Common Core Standards; 2) Key Vocabulary; 3) Cornell Notes; 4) Guiding Questions: Reading; 6) Graphic Organizers; and 7) Key Instructional Norms. Content area teams called "Vertical Teams" led by teachers held breakout sessions t above topics and the application into their specific instructional content areas. Elementary school staff met at Quincy and Pioneer Elementary sites to attend sessior effective literacy instructional strategies. Various workshops focused on Guided Read Interactive - Independent Writing, Literature Circles (groups), Interactive Editing, Worc other effective research based strategies to support readers of all levels. District wide literacy assessment tools were shared and discussed. As a result of teac discussion and recommendation our district is implementing consistent literacy asse., all elementary grade levels. The new assessments, electronic o[ "one on one" will ens teachers have continuous information as to specific student reading and writing skills the year. This information will assist them in designing specific lessons to target stud( I am personally very proud of our staff and the focus we have developed to improve writing for all students of various abilities. nmit in and :hools sites t all w California 5) Critical discuss the s on ing, Walls and her sments for ure our throughout nt needs. }ading and Schools to Rock and Roll , ! On October 21, all our schools will participate in the Great California Shake Out. Please contact your school or visit our website to learn more about how you can participate in the Gat California Shake Out. / Sincerely, " | Glenn R. Harris, Superintendent Jack and Jan Zygner of Gold Mountain stand in front of the Dala horse while visiting relatives in Sweden. / Michael and Vreni Welser of Quincy visited their daughter Leslie in Los Alamos, N.M., located at 7,500 feet atop steep-walled mesas at the foot of the Jemez Mountains. They enjoyed exploring nearby Bandelier National Monument, with its myriad of ancient caves inhabited 900 years ago by ancestral Pueblo people. II S......U.....M......M......'.....T... II BUSINESS ADVISORS [I Mark Smith [I CExP, CBI I CA LIC#01525569 II Plumas & Lassen Counties II 0nly Licensed & Certified II usiness Broker II Locallential [I summ.c0m [I FREE Consultation 1L'530-8361570 " Graeagle Caley Electric00 Commercial and residential  k No Job Too'Small Exceptional Workmanship Honest, Dependable, On Time Richard Caley Lic. #847715 P.O. Box 30291, Cromberg 836-1777 Cell: 263-2393 0:, Right now Frie,ds of Plmas County/mimal Sh|ter is iga $25 voucher ' "it f" thelpsetthecstt$Vreuterwhen'uadptapet"mdsheltr! __11}2 . .....  Tank appears to be an older Lab-Rott cross. Buddy is a 2-year-01d neutered Shep-Rott male. He is tri-colored and was turnedin for  He was a stray found in Clio. He has been  neutered by "Friends." He gets along with being a chewer and digger but has not dis- female dogs, but should not be placed in a played these habits in the weeks he's been, at the shelter. He is quiet and a good dog. [;l)' home with male dogs. lli I OPEN SATURDAYS FOR ADOPTIONS ONLY 10am-2pm 'i'l Shelter hours are Monday and Friday 8om-5pm, Wednesdays 10-7pm, closed 1-2pm for O lunch and closed weekends. Plumos Animal Services charges a $10 fee and license fees are  $5 per year. An officer will deliver o pet to the.adopting party's veterinary of choice to hgve the animal altered in completion of the adoption requirement. 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