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August 11, 1977

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Starting of school nears (From Front PaRe) Evans, Anna M.S.-L.A., Journ., and Bus. Evans, Madge - Elem. Evans, Paul M.S.-Vo. Ag. Evans, Rick (N)- S.S. & EE. Ewing, Velda- Eiem. Farris, Sue (T)-Sp. Ed. Gibson. Margaret (T) - (one-half time) Gibson, Ted (T) - Elem. Norma M.S.- Hardin, Emma Lou Hart, Joyce - Elem. Hughes, Stella - Elem. Jennings, Roger- Vo. Ag. Kastl, Maxine - Eiem. Shelby -Elem. Earl- S.S. & McGehee, Karoi - Sp. Ed. Mcllvain, Ditz M.S. -Ath. Coach, Dr. Ed. Miller, Randy- Sp. Ed. Mitchell, Doris Jane- P.E. Lu Ellen (N) - Overby, Roslyn - Math Parrack, Charlotte - Elem. ynolds, Myron (T)- RUssell, Ann (N)- L.A., ' Jlk RUssell, Lucille- L.A. ..,ml#  RUssell, Vicki (N)- Science v I $asser, Virginia M.S.  ! "ltOme Ec. ,ketl!:laSchreiner, Conrad M.S. - _.! y, ..- - rOOPl |  Lab. tallings, Loretta (T),- Strain, Mike - Math ,Tarlton, Barbara M.S.- raenl. Kent - Music Mary Jane (N)- Marvin- Business Leona (T) -Elem. yatt, Shelby M.S.- Supt. Jean (N) - L.A. and Schools Teacher; all others P-T Free Food Program Perkins-Tryon School to- day announced its policy for free and reduced-price meals, free milk for children unable to pay the full price of meals and milk served under the National School Lunch, Breakfast and Special Milk Programs. Local school officials have adopted the following family size income criteria for determining eligibility: Family Sze - Income Scales These are the income scales used by Perkins-Tryon School to determine eligibil- ity for free meals and free milk and reduced price meals for the 1977.78 school year. Eligibility Scale for free meals & free milk Family Size Income 1 0-$3,930 2 0-5,160 3 0-6,390 4 0-7,610 5 0-8,740 6 0-9,860 7 0-10,890 8 0-11,910 9 0-12,840 10 0-13360 11 0-14,680 12 0-15,590 For each additional family member, add; $910 to the income level. Eligibility Scale for Reduced- Price Meals FAmily Size Income 1 $3,931 - $6,120 2 5,161-8,050 3 6,391-9,970 4 7,611-11,880 5 8,741-13,630 6 9,861-15,380 7 10,891-16,980 8 11,911-18,580 9 .12,841.20,030 10 13,761-21,470 11 14,681.22,890 12 15,591-24,310 For each additional family member, add; $1,420 to the income level. , Full Charges: Lunch Grades K-6-45c; 7 to 12-55c. Extra Milk: 10c Staff. 80c: Visitor- 1.00 Reduced Charges: Lunch -20c. Children from families whose income is at or below the levels shown are eligible for free or decued-price meals or free milk. (An extra one-half pint of free milk is available to those who are eligible for free meals.) In addition, families not meet- ing these criteria but with other unusual expenses due to unusually high medical expenses, shelter cost in excess of 30 percent of the income, special educational expenses due to the mental or physical condition of a child, and disaster or casualty losses are urged to apply. Application forms are being sent to all homes in a letter to parents. Additional copies are available at the principal's office in each school. The information provided on the application is confidential and will be used only for the purpose of determining eligibility. Ap- plications may be submitted at any time during the year. Each school and the office of the Superintendent or Principal has a copy of the complete policy which may be reviewed by any interest- ed party. "O- Perkins SCHOOL CALENDAR Tentative Skeleton Calendar 1977-78 AUGUST 22 Teachers Report for Duty 23 Enrollment 24 Teachers' work day 25 Classes Begin SEPTEMBER 5 Labor Day, No School 30 Payne County Teachers' Meeting (tentative), No School The Perkins Journal Thursday, August 11, 1977-7 Stage Band will be offered at 8 a.m. and will receive full credit Evans, A. M. Russell, A. Plait, Jean Branstetter,B Madison, E. Norman E. Evans R. Wolfe, M. Sasser t V.. Evans, P. Jennlngs, R. Blubaugh, D. Strain_M. Taylort K. Shelby, S. Aeufft Carol Russell t L. Overby, R. Hart, J. Mitchell L J. Dickson, E. Russell a V. Miller R. !Lauener, S. PERKINS-TRYON HIGH SCHOOL & MIDDLE SCHOOL TENTATIVE CLASSROOM SCHEDULE 1977-78 Period 'lst Hour 2rid Hour 3rd Hour i'1:55[ t o I 9:00-9:55 10:00-10:55 11:00-11:55 " 12:551 Mcllvain D. Current Event Driver Educ? Ath.Dir.Off. ' Journiism Eng. Iii -Shorthand Eng. IV Eng. II CVET Eng. II ....... En$. I.i Spanish Reading 9-10 Biology Chemistry Biology CVET Ok. His. Prob. of Dem H.S. Girls BB Amer. Hist. Psy.-Soo. Amer. His. J.Hi GirlsBB 7th S.S. Okla. Hist. Lunchroom Gen.'Bus. Typing I Home Ec. II Home Ec I Home Ec III Vo. A S. II V o. AS. III Vo. AS. I Field Farm Mach.l Farm Mach. II 7-8 Shop Construction Trades-9th Alg. I AI. II ..... Cons. Math H.S. Band Free for"o"h: Gen. Music ............. Learning Lab  ............ Lib. Lib. Lib. Study Hall 8th S oc. S. 7th Eng. 7th Math Gen. Math 8th Math 6th 6th 6th Jr.Hi.PE Girl Elem=P.E. 8th Study H. 6th 6th 6th 8th Scl. 7th Sci. 9th Sci. .............. .Learning Lab! ............. Elem. Off. I Elem. Off. i Kinesiology j,,,,, 4th Hour 12:35-1:30 Driver Ed. 1 &-30 Okla. His. Students will not enroll in Office or Library, unless they have written approval from that prin- cipal or teacher ..................., ii 5th Hour ] 6th Hour 2:35-3:30 Athletics Reading 11-1 Eng. II Eng. I CVE_ Science f6hietics " Yearbook Athletics Bookkeep,n[g Home Ec III b f{ice"Prac.' Eng7 III peech Eng, IV CVET Eng. I 7th:Eng. Biology Psysiology Prob. of Dem Jr.Hi PE boys Amer. Hist. 7th S.S. 7th S.S. J.H. & Ath.boys Typing I Arts and Crafts Conference Home Ec I Vo. At. IV Field Field Field Vo. AS i' ,, Vo A S II Construction Trade s-10th Fie I d Physics Cons. Math Alg ! Jr. Hi and 5th Band 6th Band ............ Learning Lab .............. Lib. Lib. = Lib. 8 Eng. " 8th Soc. S. 8 Eng. 8th Math CVET Math 7th Math 6th 6th 6th E lem. P.E. Elem. P.E. Eiem. P.E. 6th 6th 6th 9th Sci' 8th Sci. 7th Sci. --'' - ............ Learning Lab .... I-. Elem. Off. Jr. Hi. Ath Boys Athletics OCTOBER 20-21 State Teachers Meet- ing, Oklahoma City, No School 28 End 1st 9 :ks (44 days taught) NOVEMBER 24-25 Thanksgiving Vaca- tion, No School DECEMBER 21 thru Jan. 1-Christmas Vacation, No School JANUARY 2 Classes Resume 13 First Semester ends (88 days taught) 16 Second semester begins FEBRUARY 24 Professional Day, No School MARCH 16 End 3rd 9 weeks (43 days taught) r 17 Northern Dist. O.E.A. Meeting (Tentative), No School 24-27 Easter Vacation, No School 28 Classes Resume MAY 22 Second Semester ends (87 days taught) 23-24 Teachers' Work Days 25 Teachers clear with Prin- cipals. 26 Teachers clear with Su. perintendent. "O- Read the Journal ads loselyl Ripley Schools will start on August 18 Ripley Public Schools will begin classes on Thursday, August 18, at 8:45 a.m. Superintendent Steve Ward has announced. Buses will run at approximately the same times as last year. Any patrons new to Ripley this year can contact one of the administrators at 918-372- 4242 or 4245 or come by the school to find out which bus their children will ride and when it will be picking them upeach morning. According to Larry Eslin- geT, high school principal, enrollment for high school students will take place according to the following schedule: August 1-5, Seniors and Juniors: August 8-11, Soph. omores and Freshmen: Aug- ust 12, Make-up day for anyone who missed his regularly scheduled enroll. meat time. Pupils should report to Mr. Eslinger's office be- tween 9:00 a.m. and 4 p.m. on one of the = ays listed abe ve. J. Harvey Scott, element- ary principal, has announced the following enrollment procedure for Kindergart- ners through eighth grade students: All K-8 students who attended Ripley School in 1976-77 will enroll when they report for classes on August 18th at 8:45 a.m. Any K-8 students who have not previously attended Ripley Schools should report to Mr. Scott's office August 8-12, between the hours of 1:00 and 4 p.m. Parents of children who will start school for the first time in either kindergarten or first grade need to bring along the child's birth certificate and immunization record card. Come To 50th 5 BIG WEEKS Aug 13 thru Sept l 7th 1 Group-. ta,,y ,el,,, $1 pr. THANKS! Shipand Shore Men's Thanks, olns FolksY. Those ofyou Blouses, Skirts, coweov Boors Knit Shirts For the wonderful 50 )'ears we traded with us k_nowi have been in business in Perkins! :merchandise.'We handle onlYAndthethisbestis h Mates -Blouses _. This Sale is Our Special what is going on sale Cotton Blouses 20% off 50% off Thanks To You! durtng our 50th .Anniversary Sale! It is 25% off Other Shirts a way to show you we on Sale Blue Jeans have appreciated your $ biness. ,,,,,,,,j.,,,;l, xh.'x11.,l " Most Fabrics Levi's 501 s 20% Ladies, Mens and Ch-i]dren :&dtscount Shoes _ 12 ' t: " .. One Group ,,I $ Many Other Items so ome Fabrws 2 for Price of One Too numerous to mention will be on & more One Group $1 pr'  Just look for the Sale Signs Tennis mlj, while Shopping our SALE! 1 ,o-..ro. r $2 pc. T._Drawings An Sales Cash- No Refunds- No Exchanges Register for FREE $10 & $5 Merchandise Certificates, Drawings to be held each Saturday,. Bak 'sDry (31" Grand Prize Drawing on Sept. 17 of $25 & $10 Goods 00tore Merchandise Certificate Need not be present to win Participant must be 16 or over Perkins, Okla. Few Antiques offered for Sale Sept. 17