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THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, July 22, 2010 - A3 Wayne Dee Lemons 1965- 2010 Wayne Dee Lemons, 44, by his mom and dad; sister; The Elm Grove OHCE read highlights from the Sign Language (ASL) isto a hearing died on July l2, 2010 in Sfill- grandparents; and great group met at the Elm newsletter and reviewed the 4th most used lan-This was a very enlig water, Oklahoma. A memo- grandparents. Grove Community Build, the Fair Kitchen schedule guage in the US and isening presentation. ,. | rial service will be held at 2: He is survived by his ing for a regularly sched- and anticipated needs. A quickly catching up with Marthell Kinzie served 00 p.rrL on Thursday, Julyl5, brothers, Jarold Lemons, of uled meeting on July 13, sign up sheet was passed Spanish. There are over lovely refreshments 2010 at the Strode Funeral Slillwater, Oklahoma; Billy 2010 at 7:30 p.m. around and completed. 28 million deaf peopleto: Nicole Byrd, Marie Home Chapel in Stillwater. Lemons, of Cushing, Okla-The meeting was No committee reports in the world. One in ten Hammond, Mary Kay Strode Funeral Home is in homa; Donnie Lemons and called to order by past were given, people have some form of Jennings, Necia Kimber, charge of arrangernents, hiswife, Vickie, of Stillwater, President Mary Kay Jen- The lesson "Deaf Cul- hearing loss and one out Patsy Rains, Janice He was ix)m on July 23, Oklahoma; Wade Lemons,nings. Patsy Rains read ture" was presented byof three people over the Woods and guests Cody 1965 in HoUis, Oklahoma of Wynnewood, Oklahoma, the devotion froml Peter Cody Francisco, MS. ageof65 are hard of hear- Francisco, Callie Ham- to Gerold and Betty Lou Ricky Dale Lemons and 3:15-21 reflecting on the He was born hearing ing. Codys goal with his mond, EricaKinzieShaw, Lemons. Jimmy Lee Lemons; sisters, need and ability to feel but at the age of 3 lost presentation is to educate Addle Shaw and Kenadie He was a member of the Sue Ornelas, of Stratford, or see Gods handiworkhis hearing after a battle the hearing on the life of Shaw. Stillwater Moose Lodge, Oklahoma; and Mary in our lives. She then with spinal meningitis, a deaf individual. Also, The next meeting will where he liked to play bingo. Lemons, of Stratford, Okla- led the group in prayer. Cody is employed by the there are services avail- be August 10, 2010 at 7: Wayne loved to help people homa; and five nephews and Roll call was answered Oklahoma Department able to assist deaf indi- 30 p.m. at the Elm Grove and cared about all of his twonieces, by"Whatis your favorite of Rehab Services and viduals, such as VRS, Community Building with family and friends. He also Condolencesmaybeemailed summertime activity?", provides education andwhich is a web based Connie Walker as hostess enjoyed the outdoors and to the family and an online The minutes of the last insight into living life as service that allows deaf and Judy Moorman as the liked to walk, obituary may be viewed by meeting were read anda deaf individual. Cody individuals to communi- lesson leader over "Fun He is preceded in death visiting www.strodeffi.com approved. Necia Kimber taught us that American cate through a translator with Tortillas". Perkins-Tryon School District offers a Proficiency- Based-Promotion (PBP) option for all students in 1st through 12th grades. Pursu- ant to Section 6 of liB 1017, PBP provides the oppommiW for students tO move forward in their educational endeav- ors by subject, course, and/or grade level based on mast 7 of the Oklahoma Priority Aca- demic Student Skills (PASS) and curriculum objectives of the Perkins-Tryon School District. The student who can suc- cessfully be moved ahead under the PBP guidelines will be able to demonstrate, in the absence of instruction, content knowledge, skills, and the application of those skills. Parental involvement is critical in the Proficiency- Based-Promotion process, as is consideration of the student's developmental, social, emotional and intel- lectual needs. Students who make appli- cation for Proficiency -Based- Promotion will be given a cri- terion exam. If passed at the 90% or higher level, student applicants may then complete a performance component. Successful completion at the 90% or higher level on both assessments is required. The ............ : !~ students' individual academic needs will be met by one of the following means: individual- ized instruction, independent study, cross grade grouping, cluster grouping, correspon- dence courses and concurrent enrollment. Credit earned in high school level courses will count toward meeting gradu- ation requirements. Credit will be noted as "Proficiency by Exam-Pass" with no grade assigned. No record ofunsuc- cessful attempts at PBP will be maintained in the student's permanent school record. Application forms are avail- able in the superintendent's office. Completed application forms must be returned to the superintendent's office by 10: 00 a.m., Monday, August 2, 2010. Testingis scheduled for Thursday, August 5th, at 10: 00 a.m. at the high school. Career Day To Be Held On Monday, July 27th, 2010, the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma is hosting a Career Day for the purpose of offering representatives from higher education institutions an oppoltunity to reach out to area residents. Representatives from Phoenix University, The University of Oklahoma, Mid America Christian Uni- versity, Devry University, Oklahoma City University and Oklahoma State Univer- sity will be at the Iowa Tribal Complex from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm on July 27th, 2010. Each will host a table with materials for distribution in the Courtroom located inside the Multi Cultural Building. This is a free event that is open to the public, all Iowa Tribal members, employees, and family members with suggested age appropriate- ness of 16 and above. Anyone interested in fur- thering their development is welcome to attend the Career Day to discuss the possibil- ity with a representative from the above mentioned universities. For more information contact Brenda Golden, HR Director at 405-547-4202, or Tribal Administrator, Steph- anie Ramsey at (405) 547- 2402. Visit the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma on the web at www.iowanation.org. Doc Crawford's Tricks Steve Crawford magician extraordinaire came to the Perkins Library On Thursday July 15 dazzling children and adults with his magic tricks Playacting as Doc Crawford from the 1800s Steve both entertained and educated audiences about water This program is part of the summer reading program at the library He is shown in the picture with student Mikayla Home Join us next week for our final week of summer programs On Tuesday July 27 Star Spirit Studio is offering a school age under the sea dance program at 10 30am and 1:00pm and kids of all ages are invited to join us for an afternoon of fun and games at our end of program party on Thursday July 29 from 11:00arn 2:00pm The Thomas Wilhite Memorial Library is located at 101 E Thomas St in downtown Perkins You can contact the library by calling 547 5185 3 Meals Per Day Housekeeping Private ' VALUABLE COUPON First Months Rent OFFER EXPIRES JULY 31,2010 If you need a consumer, commercial or real estate loan, we're ready to lend you money! 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