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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Nov 18, 2015 9A Thank you for your support of the annual PCO Fundraiser- Spell-A-Thon! Thanks to your support and the hard work of our students, over $121000 was raised to support assemblies, field trips and supplies for our students. The top money earners are Quinn McMichael, Adam Alexander, Dylan Miller, Kaitlynn Miller and Ava Hammond. Homework Hotline -- Harvey Mudd College Thank you to our PUSD Instructional Coach, Yvonne Casalnuovo, for bringing this great The Homework Hotline provides FREE over-the-phone tutoring in math and science for students in grades 4-12. It is open five nights per week (Sunday through Thursday) from 6pm to 9pm PST during the academic year (September through early May). The call and the tutoring is offered at no cost to students/families -- 877.827.5462 (toll free). Calendar: 11/20 Assembly: Kidz Science Safari 11/24 End of first trimester 11/25-11/27 Thanksgiving Break 12/3 Report Cards sent home 12/11 1st Trimester Awards Assemblies 4th-6th 9:30 lst-3rd 8:30 Assembly Friday, Nov. 20 The Kidz Science Safari is coming to QES Friday. Students will move through hands on activities, including the following: Bubble Tower where kids lift a bubble around themselves. Airways, a physics demonstration that pushes colorful balls all around a maze of clear tubes that students absolutely love. Gravity Wall where students create a pathway of twists and turns and then test their design using small balls and the force of gravity. Human Biology allows students to examine a skeleton and peek into the human body. Magnetism employs several ball bearings drawn by magnets to travel through a maze along with a cartoon portrait that the kid's apply the "hair, moustache and beard" to by using a magnet and iron filings. Domino Race is just that -an area where kids set up dominos in patterns, going up and down "steps" and then with a push - send the dominos crashing into each other while all the time learning about engineering, motion and force Giant Microscope,allows the students to examine a nice collection of bugs, flowers, feathers -- and any other object they'd liketo see "up close" - on a large 21" screen. And much more! Thanks PCO for funding this assembly! Sheriff Greg Hagwood holds an award presented to him and his department by Communications Officer Peter Rast from the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary during the Nov. 10 Board of Supervisors meeting. Assistant Sheriff Gerry Hendrick, who is in charge of the boat patrol, stands to the right of Hagwood. In the background are County Counsel Craig Settlemire, far left, and supervisors, from left: Terry Swofford Lori Simpson, Sherrie Thrall, Kevin Goss and Jeff Engel. Photo submitted recogn :rol programs Debra Moore Staff Writer A U.S. Coast Guard representative attended the Board of Superviso 's meeting Nov. 1.0 to honor Sheriff Greg Hagwood and his department for their work in keeping the public safe on area waterways. Peter Rast, a former Plumas County deputy and now an officer with the Coast Guard, made the presentation. Rast cited the exceptional level of cooperation among local agencies and volunteers and the sheriffs support of the effort, the first time that the The voluntary inspections "It's a good mix of state, department has been have been offered at Lake local and volunteers," said recognized by the Coast Almanor on Memorial Day Assistant Sheriff Gerry Guard for its work. Weekend and at other area Hendrick following the The sheriff's department lakes in early summer. meeting. Hendrick heads up provides boat patrol for "This is our way of giving the sheriff department's area lakes, and conducts back to the community; of boat patrol program, boat inspections and safety keeping our people safe on Hendrick said that this is events, the water," Hendrick said. i (OM ""'..,,,~s:,~:'y' i RSVP or Satscan Electronics (866) 559-7781 PO Box 209 I Quincy, CA 95971 AUTHORIZED RETAILER Important Term and Condltbne: Fcer~nel Offere: Requlro activation of new qualltying DISH service. All prices, fees, charges, packages, programming, features, functionality and offers subject to change without notice, Mtor 12-month promotional period, than-carrant monthly price abpiles and Is subject to change. ETF: If you cancel service during first 24 months, early termination fee of $20 for each month remaining applies. Addltlenal R~lulrements: Hopper: Moethly fees: Hopper, $12; Jcoy, $7; Super Jcey, $10.With Pdrsellrse Anytime record ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC plus two channels. 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