T H E U K I A H D A I L Y J O U R N A L S C H O O L B R I E F S
St. Mary's School to hold Junior High Open House, science fair exhibition
St. Mary’s School is hosting a Junior High Open House on Wednesday at 6 p.m. All interested families are invited to visit the school where they will have the opportunity to meet St. Mary's experienced and inspiring teachers, including 6, 7, and 8th grade homeroom teachers, as well as music, art, Spanish, and computer faculty. Classrooms will be open, so that those interested may tour the Spanish Resource Room, Reading Resource Room, Library, Computer Lab, and kitchen, where tasty, hot lunches are prepared five days a week. Listen to a panel of current students and their parents, as well as St. Mary's alums at Ukiah High School and alumni parents speak about their experiences and answer questions.
Refreshments will be served throughout the evening, and students‚ Science Fair projects, a mandatory program for Junior High students, will be on display.
Applications and school Fact Sheet are available in the school office or online at www.stmarysukiah.org. Tuition assis- tance is available. Interested families are also welcome to call the office at 462-3888 and schedule a time to drop in and observe a classroom. St. Mary of the Angel’s Catholic School is a K-8 school focusing on strong academics, spiritual growth, and social and physical development with a staff to student ratio of 1:17. St. Mary's is located at 991 S. Dora St. in Ukiah.
Potter Valley makes the finals as distinquished school in competition
Potter Valley Elementary School has been notified by the California Department of Education that they have been advanced to the finals in the process of being certified as a “Distinguished Elementary School.” This year the State received 1997 elementary school applications from a total of 2,043 eligible schools. After a thorough evaluation, 368 ele- mentary schools were selected as “Statewide Nominees.” The State notified Potter Valley that, “based upon the exemplary quality of the application your school community submitted,” you have been selected to advance to the final validation process. Potter Valley received a score of 7.7 out of a possible score of 8.0, placing them at the upper end of the “Nominees.” Next, the school will be visited by a “validation team” to make the final determination if they qualify to be a “Distinguished School.” Beginning back in the fall of 2005, the Potter Valley School staff, parents, and community have worked hard to insure that their school meets the rigorous state standards required to receive the award. On April 18, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Jack O’Connell will issue the results of the validation reviews and announce the 2006 Distinguished Elementary School recipients.
Ukiah High School class of 1976 looking for missing classmates
Ukiah High School class of 1976 is looking for missing classmates for its upcoming reunion Aug. 15. Please call Chris (Zynda) Oldha, at 485-1023 or email her at chrisoldh@adel- phia.net to update mailing addresses.
Charter Academy of the Redwoods accepting student applications
Charter Academy of the Redwoods is now accepting student applications for Fall 2006 for Redwood Academy and Accelerated Achievement Academy. These free, public charter schools serve students in grades 4 through 12. Redwood Academy is a fully accredited California Distinguished School focused on achievement for the college- and university-bound student. Accelerated Achievement Academy serves students who are motivated to catch up academically. Both schools are safe, challenging, and well-managed. As state test results show, both schools provide strong academic programs. Students have many opportunities for leadership and social skill development. School founders, Kim and Rod Logan, are the recipients of the Hart-Vision Award for Charter School Leadership recently pre- sented at the National Charter School onference. Enrollment windows are March 15 through April 11 and April 12 through May 16. For more registration information, contact the staff at 467-0500.
Waldorf School open enrollment is currently underway
The Waldorf School of Mendocino County is now accepting applications for the 2006-07 school year. With 200 students currently enrolled there remain a few openings in the kinder- garten through 8th grade classes for the Fall term.
Beginning it’s 35th year of educating children from Anderson Valley to Laytonville and Ukiah to Lakeport, the independent Waldorf school strives to bring students to clarity and flexibility in their thinking, warmth and discernment in their feelings and skill and purpose in their doing. The full aca- demic curriculum, complimented by classes in Spanish, music and art prepare Waldorf graduates to succeed socially and excel academically in high school, college and beyond.
To request an application, receive more information, or schedule a school visit, contact the enrollment director at 485- 8719.
Scholarship available to college-bound St. Mary’s School alums
Each year the St. Mary’s School Foundation awards a schol- arship to a graduating high school senior who is a St. Mary’s alum. Scholarship forms are available at Ukiah High School from the office of Vice-Principal Dan Stearns. The form may also be downloaded from St. Mary’s School’s website, www.stmarysukiah.org.
In addition to graduating from St. Mary’s, in order to quali- fy for the scholarship, the student must: exemplify the ideals of the St. Mary’s philosophy in the areas of spirituality, acade- mics, extra curricular activities, and community service; be in their senior year of high school; be Catholic or a baptized Christian; be registered at a college for the freshman term.
The scholarship is awarded at the UHS graduation awards ceremony. Interested alums are invited to pick up an application and apply. For more information, contact Kathy Ault, 485- 8219.
The deadline for receiving completed applications is May 1. They may be returned to Vice-Principal Stearns’ office or mailed to the St. Mary’s School Foundation’s office at 493 S. Highland, Avenue, Ukiah.
First Christian Disciples of Christ & United Church of Christ
Hopland Baptist Church
140 N. Spring St., Ukiah Maundy Thursda , April 13th, 6:30 p.m. Easter Sunday - 11:00 a.m.
St. Peter Eastern Catholic Church
Schedule of Principal Holy Week Services Holy Thursday - April 13 4pm Vespers and Divine Liturgy 8pm Vigil of the Lord’s Passion Good Friday - April 14 7am, 9am, noon, 3pm - Hours of the Passion 4pm Vespers and Entombment of Church 8pm vigil of the Lord’s Burial and Procession Holy Saturday - April 15 7pm Paschal Vigil and Divine Liturgy Holy Pascha - April 16 5:30am Procession Resurrection Matins and Divine Liturgy 5:30pm Vespers of Love CHRIST IS RISEN! HE IS TRULY RISEN!
Pastor, Don Smith (707) 472-0777 office (707) 744-1449
(SE corner of Hwy. 101 & 175)
10:30 - Sunday
April 9 Palm Sunday Service
Noon - Friday April
14 Good Friday (Prayer) 1:00 “The Passion of the Christ” (free showing) Join us on Easter Sunday morning for a special celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ
10:00am - Sunday
April 16 Outside Early Service
10:30 - Regular Worship Service
Noon - Free Brunch
Grace Lutheran Church (elca)
Pastor Allen Dunn 200 Wabash Ave., Ukiah 462-7795 firstname.lastname@example.org
April 9th April 12th April 13th April 14th April 16th
SERVICES: Palm Sunday at 8:30am & 10:30am Maundy Thursday at 7pm with communion Good Friday at 7pm (service of darkness) Service of Healing at 7pm 8:30am - Celebration of Easter with communion
9:30am - Easter Breakfast, prepared by youth 10:30am - Celebration of Easter with communion
Justified by Faith, Alive in the Spirit, Welcoming Home the Children of God
We invite all to come, as you are!
First Presbyterian Church
GOOD FRIDAY Corner of Perkins & Dora St., Ukiah, CA 468-9235
All are welcome to join with us in mediation, reflection and prayer on Good Friday. Our sanctuary will be open April 14th at 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM for individuals to spend time alone worshiping their Lord. At 5:30 PM there will be a special contemplative service to “Nail our sins to the cross.” The Meditation is entitled: “Why Have Your Forsaken Me?” Mark 15:34. All are welcome to attend.
EASTER SUNDAY Please join with us to celebrate our Risen Lord in one of three services on Easter Sunday. Español Servicio...............at 9 AM Worship Service................at 9 AM Fellowship Coffee............at 10 AM Worship Service................at 10:30 AM Fellowship Coffee............at 11:30 AM Sermon entitled “Why DoYou Seek the Living Among the Dead?” Luke 24:5 Children’s programs at both hours.
MONDAY, APRIL 10, 2006 – 9
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
Fr. Harry Allagree, Regional Missioner
640 S. Orchard Ave. 462-8042
New Life Community Church
Pastor: Dan Bergstrom 750 Yosemite Drive 468-9251
Maundy Thursday, April 13th 6pm Holy Eucharist/Washing of Feet/Stripping of Altar
Good Friday, April 14th 12 noon Good Friday Liturgy with Communion 1-3pm Church open for prayer 5:30 pm Way of the Cross
Thursday, April 13th Communion service
Resurrection Sunday/Easter, April 16th 8 & 10 am Holy Eucharist/Renewal of Baptismal Vows
Good Friday, April 14th 12 noon Remembering Jesus’ death
Easter, April 16th Celebrating Jesus’ Resurrection (Brunch following worship)
St. Mary of the Angels
900 S. Oak St. Ukiah, CA 95482 462-1431
Trinity Baptist Church
Pastor, Fr. Michael Cloney Associate: Fr. Ismael Mora
HOLY HARE The word Easter isn’t even in the text of the Bible, except for the King James version from 1611, where the translators substituted the word Easter for the word Passover in the book of Acts (This could have been seen as a proper way to translate it, because the pagan worship of Ishtar (Easter), actually domi- nated Passover in Roman life). For Christians the so called Easter season is to celebrate the resurrection of Christ from death, and this period of time was origi- nally known by the early Christians as the Passover sea- son, and the resurrection occurred on the Feast of First Fruits, which concludes the Passover week of feasts. The week of feasts included the Passover, Unleavened Bread, and First Fruits Lev, 23, Exodus 12. Pastor Mike Fenton 900 S. Dora; 462-8569. Pastor Gerry Burney will bring God’s Word at Trinity Baptist Church, 900 S. Dora, Ukiah - Bible Study 9:45, Worship 11 AM, 462-8569.
Saturday, April 8 Sábado, 8 de Abril Confessions: 4:00 - 5:00pm Mass: 5:15pm (English) Confesiones: 6:30pm Misa: 7:00pm (Español)
Passion (Palm) Sunday, April 9 Domingo de Ramos, 9 de Abril Mass: 7:30 & 9:30am (English) Misa: 11:30am y 7:00pm (Español) St. Francis Hopland Misa: 7:45am (Español) Mass: 9:00am (English) St. Elizabth Seton Philo: Mass 4:00pm Distribution of Palms at all Masses Distribución de Palmas en todas las Misas Monday, April 10 - Lunes, 10 de Abril Mass: 7:15am (English) Tuesday, April 11 - Martes, 11 de Abril Mass: 7:15am & 12:10pm (English) Confessions: 6:00pm (English y Español) Wednesday, April 12 - Miécoles, 12 de Abril Mass: 7:15am (English)
The Easter Triduum El Truduo Pascual
Holy Thursday, April 13 Jueves Santo, 13 de Abril Mass of the Lord’s Supper 7:00pm Misa-Cena del Señor/Lavatorio de los pies: (Bilingüe) Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: 8:30pm Midnight (Hall) Adoración at Santícimo: 8:30pm Medianoche (Salon Parroquial)
Good Friday, April 14 Viernes Santo, 14 de Abril Morning Prayer 7:15am (Church) Silent Prayer 12:00 Noon (Church) Celebration of the Passion of the Lord, Veneration of the Cross Holy Communion: 1:30pm Station of the Cross: 5:30pm Viacrucis: 6:00pm Liturgia de la Pasión del Señor, Adoración de la Cruz y Comunión: 8:00pm Procesión del Silencio 9:00pm
Holy Saturday, April 15 Sabado Santo, 15 de Abril Morning Prayer & Anointing of the Elect: 9:00am Easter Vigil/Vigilia Pascual Mass & Initiations: 8:00pm (Bilingual)
Easter Sunday, April 16 Domingo de Pascua, 16 de Abril St. Mary’s, Ukiah Masses: 7:30 & 9:30am (English) Misas: 11:30am y7:00pm (Español)
St. Francis, Hopland: Mass: 9:00am (English) Misas: 10:00am (Español) Hopand Rancheria: Mass:10:30am (English) St. Elizabeth Seton, Philo: Masses: 12:30pm (English) Misa: 4:00pm (Español)