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Scholarships available for Ukiah High School Seniors of 2006
Redwood Valley Grange #382 continues to make $1,000 scholarships to Ukiah Unified School District’s Seniors. Every year Redwood Valley Grange offers several scholarships to graduating Ukiah District High School Seniors. To apply a senior must have a “C” or better and be a citizen of the United States.
If a student is considering attending a university, state col- lege, community college or trade school they should consider applying for one of these scholarships. Applications are avail- able at the counselor’s office at Ukiah High School or by phon- ing 485-7141. Deadline to apply for one of the scholarships is March 31.
River Oak opens registration for fall 2006 classes
River Oak Charter School has set open enrollment windows when applications for fall 2006 classes will be accepted. February 27-March 31 is the next opportunity parents have to submit applications. The school serves a student body of 225 pupils in grades Kindergarten through 8th. New Kindergarten pupils must be a minimum age of 5 years on or before Dec. 2. Students receive a free, Waldorf-inspired, public education at River Oak. The curriculum draws heavily from the educational model developed by Rudolph Steiner, where the imagination is fostered and the arts are included as a powerful teaching tool. Future enrollment windows are scheduled for, April 3 through April 28, May I and May 26, and May 30 through June 9. At the end of each period, if there are more applicants than the prede- termined capacity for the school, a public random drawing (lot- tery) will be held at the Ukiah Senior Center. Classes fill quick- ly, so parents are encouraged to apply early. Call the school for further information about the admissions policy, to obtain an application, or to schedule a tour. The registrar, Lucy Haynes, may be contacted by calling 467-1855 or by stopping by the office at 555 Leslie St. (next to the Senior Center).
Sweet Saturdays continue in the children’s room at the Ukiah branch of the Mendocino County Public Library on Saturday, March 1 from 10:30 a.m. to Noon. Families are invit- ed to look for spring along with “Jack and the Beanstock”, watch a puppet play, join in circle games, craft a seasonally inspired masterpiece to take home, listen to stories, and eat a homemade treat. The hosts will be Kayla Meadows, River Oak Charter School kindergarten teacher, and Ina Gordon, chil- dren’s librarian. This free, family event is co-sponsored by Mendocino County Library and River Oak Charter School. Everyone is welcome.
College trustees set 2006 meeting dates
The Mendocino College Board of Trustees have set their meeting dates for the year 2006. Meetings will be held at the Ukiah campus Board Room, room 1060, with the exception of the June and August meetings.. The June meeting will be held at the Lake Center in Lakeport, and August meeting will be held at the Willits Center.
A major change this year is meetings will begin at 5 p.m. (not 6:30 p.m.) unless otherwise noted on the agenda. Board meetings are open to the public and are encouraged to attend. The Board provides a “Guide to Public Participation at Public Board Meetings” on the College’s website at www.mendoci- no.edu.
The Board of Trustees has two new members joining them following the November elections: Larry MacLeitch, Area No.2 Ukiah; and John Hancock, Area No. 6 Lakeport. The other members are Paul Ubelhart, Clerk, Area No. 1 Willits; Joan M. Erikson, President, Area No. 3 Ukiah; Janet Chaniot, Area No. 5 Potter Valley; Gary Taylor, Vice President, Area No. 7 Kelseyville; Wade Koeninger, Area No. 4 Hopland; and student Trustee Jaclyn Vogel.
Board meetings for 2006 begin at 5 p.m. on the following dates: Feb. 1, Ukiah; March 1, Ukiah; April 5, Ukiah; May 10, Ukiah; June 7, Lakeport; July 5, Ukiah; Aug. 16, Willits; Sept.20, Ukiah; Oct. 4, Ukiah; Nov. 1, Ukiah; and Dec.6, Ukiah (Annual Organizational Meeting).
Workshop Dates: Wednesday, Feb. 8, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Board Room; and Saturday, Aug. 26 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Board Room.
Additional information regarding the Board of Trustees is available online at www.mendocino.edu.
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Benjamin Miller; Giana Moreno; Rosario Mosqueda; Rachelle Muzzy; Luz Nieves; Dulce Olea; Justin Persky; Austin Phillips; Stasia Pinnegar; Brittany Powers; Melissa Reyes; Jade Riepenhoff; Eric Roberts;
Alejandra Ruiz; Marco Ruiz;
Torres; Maritza Villa; Kenzie Williams; Shelbi Williams; Christine Williamson; Lillian Wisdom and Hailey Zeller.
Honor Roll List or 3.0 GPA or higher:
Brooks; Joshua Brown; Riann Bumpus; Thomas Butzow; Nicholas Canaday; DeeAnna Carrillo; Kellie Chapman; Jose Chavira; Lilian Chavoya; Natalie Chavoya; Jennifer Clatty; Gabriel Colson; Shaylynn Cooper; Ashley
Crosby; Oscar Delgado; Bianca Diaz; Austin Eaquinto; Kelly Enberg; Jacob Erickson; Rocio Escamilla; Marcos Espinoza; Andres Flores; Jose Flores; Luis Flores; Dellanira Fuentes; Gabriela Gallegos; Guadalupe Garcia Jr.; Tania Gonzalez; Maria Lupita Gonzalez Rivera; Mikaela Graham; Ryan Graham; Michael Harris; Joseph Haun; Ian Howard; Josh Hunt; Robin Ingram; Devan Johnson; Devin Johnson; Brendan Langevin; Jeffrey Langevin; Aurora Lazaro Lopez; Areal Ligon; Daniel Ligon; Erika Lish; Brenda Lopez; Erica Lopez Ayala; Lydia Magana; Kortney Martinson; Michael McClure; Jessica McCoy; Diana Mendez; Hannah Miller; Ryan Moody; Sonora Mooney; Yuliana Nava; Chelsey Neese; Rosalia Olea; Yesica Olea; DeIoan Owen;
Edgar Perez; Kara
Peredia; Ponton; Tabitha Ricetti; Dustin
Robinson; Katee Rugg; Lariza Sanchez; Rock Seaton; Maggie Sefton Kelley; Tyler Shuss; Dominic Tatroff; Christopher Taylor; Jonathan Tims; Tiona Tucker; Paige Valentine; Andrea Valenzuela; Gamalyel Valenzuela; Brianne Vieira and SadeeAnn Warren.
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YOUR GUIDE TO FINDING HELP IN MENDOCINO COUNTY
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