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class supply lists - page l amherst news-tim elllltllv tl rlnhllf ii bus schedules pages 6, 7, 8 i ir 3 v 1 r (s m : w s x y t r- tj.) o n me to hit the b enrollment holding steady, but hard times are in store as budget problems near by jason hawk news-times reporter no more teachers, books? just opposite, when bright-cyed students trudge back school next wednesday. everything from lunch prices seems be steady district first day approaches, with than 4,000 expected report classes. "we're not getting that increase like wc saw two years ago had 50 new one fall," said junior high principal michael diamond, who still anticipates an student registration few years. and for time years, summer has been totally devoid of significant construction remodeling upgrades at schools. "over last we've so involved (construction) now it's a matter maintenance,'" spokesperson greg ring. "wc can breath sigh relief we have none deal every thing we're already facing." heads looking meet future growth possibly add building state grants become available 2009-2010, he said. ring, made move nord middle district-level administrator this summer, is fat ing tough questions fall season revs up. on his plate arc scries fourth sixth grade standardized tests (the proficiencies being replaced achievement exams), well friction transportation cuts, pay-to-participatc fees, looming short fall. already, $2 million cuts left 52bim driv ers, custodians, aides, tutors, teachers unemploy ment line, busing all high-schoolers many lower eliminated altogether. fewer educators classrooms especially part tutors aides will almost certainly result drop performance, ring "thalhfts-the potentlauo hav&n'louolnegatlvc'impfloi, kids need help," going uthavc- find ways intervention those aren't achieving what they should." ideas include bringing parent volunteers tutor dur study halls, using college education majors urging steele lend help home work elementary before after scliqoh constraints also tying district's hands continued 7 comets cheerleaders energetically got into action, performing week cheer camp varsity team. create hazards pedestrians hate stuck behind buses? frustration might nothing compared swarm young marching through amherst's streets bells week. drastic schools could kid-clogged starting wednesday, aug. 24, thou sands backpacks bobbing down rush hour roadways, police warn. anticipating big prob lems least days until everybody gets rou tine," chief lonnic dillon, stretch extra patrols zones during opening closing hours regulate traffic. about one-third runs eliminated, pro vided high-schoolers. kindergarten live less mile bused; nor' fifth eighth graders within miles, director norm miller told there only 12 buses each three routes year versus 18 per route 2004-2005, due cuts. year, 3,000 were bused day, leaves 'let us never forget freedom comes price' servicemen became emotional, shedlng proud tears ground was broken north lake street lorain county vietnam veterans memorial. memorial ceremony touches it 30 making saturday, turned shovels full loose dirt begin fallen heroes. "god bless all," project head don attic, choking cut site's ribbon friends larry stravanus kenneth layport sr. 2,500-square-foot mall built street, station, volak lorain, seven-foot-tall granite slabs bearing names 98 soldiers killed conflict. far volun teers raised $108,000 toward project. constructing something people remember, even though met any them," pastor plog faith baptist church, listing several com memorated walls. their sacrifices, said, ultimately led 10 number man western reserve tom lehman reports he'll trading half wardrobe giving up green gold blue white. that's because lehman, served assistant seven taken top post collins, where ll charge 700 stu dents grades 12. "i put some my storage, promised daughter would n't stop wearing basketball volley- ball shirts," reluctantly losing identity comet roughrider. transition pago 14 judge denies former investor shot early parole " bilked nearly 40 investors $33 securities fraud scheme denied release her six-year sen tence week, remain penned ohio reformatory women tn marysvillc another theresa jane, stencil, 57, pre viously 964 rome beauty, 62q mcintosh, 690 wjnesap drivest asked released program tt clevelond garden center. stencil ! --
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-08-17|
|Date of Original||2005-08-17|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-08-17|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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