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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010 8C "gld" -hlpda0000 . i: ::. i:: : .... A r00al kid! What do you get when you dress a goat named Chocolate up in a flower, a bandana and a tutu? A sweet kid who enjoys the pet parade at the Oktoberfest in Taylorsville. Photo by Alicia Knadler 8o %lcanoe.s! Gage "The Hulk" Rupert demonstrates some of the formi- dable green power that players from Biggs could expect at Homecoming games. He and other eighth graders really got into the Volcano spirit for the rally and parade. Photo by M. Kate West Ol0000ober Fes00 K00ds Ashley Clarke paints and tattoos a variety of designs onto kids at the annual Oktoberfest at the Taylorsville Tavern, and kids like Kailey Blackburn-Brown enjoy a little flower on their cheeks. Photo by Alicia Knadler LIC. #747715 803 Lorraine Drive P.O. Box 494 Chester, CA 96020 Paving .Excavating Septic Systems Underground Caleb Holland President Office: (530) 258-3306 Fax: (530) 258-4246  I I i I ..........  I i -- ..... i i .... ili I illl i i lilllllltlill $2 0 "" : Birthday Cakes o i Hwy 89, Greenville 284-7313 PLU 2009 ! Gregory Sawyer, DDS Family Dentistry, Orthodontics & Certified 00!ign Provider (530) 283-2811 2034 East Main Street * Quincy, CA 95971 (across from Polka Dot, East Quincy) OPEN MON - FRI. 8:30am - 4:30pro Evening appts, available 0% financing available O.A.C. CARE CREDIT $choo| new.spapee.s: $t,nden00 repor00ees e,press chem.se|ves Ava Hagwood then post those articles in the :z : Tailor WalTer "Trojan Times." Quincy Junior Senior High School What should happen when students need a better way to express themselves? At Quincy Junior-Senior High School, junior high stu- dents are being given just that. This year Dr. Segura offered Mrs. Stirling the chance to teach a journalism class focused on the junior high. Beginning with little expe- rience, a broken Smart Board, and no instructions or manual, the students are starting to understand the full concept of reporting, editing, and publishing. The journalism students in sixth period spend time in the computer lab using both the Internet and eyewitness reports. The main objective of this class is to develop captivating articles for the readers and This is the first time in Trojan history that the Junior High will have their own section in the school newspaper that they are sole- ly responsible for. This class, with a total of 19 students, began immediately to set up guidelines and goals. Some ideas were a "fun" section with comics and brainteasers, teacher and stu- dent interviews, clubs, upcoming events, and pop culture. Suggestions for a junior high newsletter and on-line blog have been greeted with enthusiasm from all stu- dents. These journalists are already in the process of pho- tographing events and reporting on the school. Why do they think this is important? In years past they haven't had the opportunity to write about their school. Tailor Walmer and Ava Hagwood, both eighth-graders at Quincy Junior-Senior High School, are eager to express them- selves in a special section of the "Trojan Times." Photo submitted Now that these writers selves. have a specific time for It is their ideas, their opin- research, students are leap- ions, their way of thinking. ing at the concept to say how Students in the Quincy they feel. Junior High journalism class It is an opportunity to open are excited and ready to doors and to express them- report. Portola High's 2009 football legend Lalo Romero came back for homecoming to watch his younger brother Oscar Romero play. Photo by Diana Jorgenson Smokey Bear enjoys visiting with Round Valley fishing derby kids Jackson Brenzovich and Sheldon Foster. Photo by Alicia Knadler IF YOU U,.E EXTP-,A AUCE AND CUT DOWN ON THE CHEESE. THI, POPULAR. FOOD CAN I,E MADE MOle, E HEALTHY. ZZId ,t3/VNV Crossword Puzzle ACROSS DOWN 3. Cooking tool 1. Flat bread with sauce 5. Fish pizza topping 2. To like 6. Vegetable pizza 4. Male relative topping Ol arm "t, ,o.l'uo "E z'z3.d "I u,oQ aoddod '9 /oq:)u "g ua^o " sso.zo v :sau'u V THIS DAY IN... HNy ,1 "7@7: THE Iv5ON- DIXON UNE., A DOUND,N'Y I,ETWEEN MARYLAND AND PENNSYLVANIA. l@ C.OM Fq_ETED. ' 1)'67: THE UNITED 5TATE. PU R.CI,-IE ALA,I,A FRDM RIJS31A. 1925: THE GRAND OLE OP'IY OPIN5 IN NA,-fILLF_. TENNE. crust t :uh, outer par of broad ENGLISH: Oven SPANISH: Homo ITALIAN: Forno FRENCH: Four GERMAN: Ofen MANY PEOPLE THINK THAT PIZZA OlediNATED IN ITALY. HOWEVE MANY  MIDDLE EATEP.,N CULTUle, ES HAVE EEN F__-TING FLAT BREAD FOI CENTUP-.IES. r Can you luess what the biller picture is? ,v..u.J.n "V'z ."a CNV r r