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e ~ i,~,~ iI f i iiiiii!!il f i l !,i i: i ! , i '~ ~i~ i~ ~ , 8 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder April 24, 1975 School plan Renovation will include the gymnasium and the lunch room. A waste disposal system will also be provided. New construction will be accomplished on present site. Estimated total cost including Architect's fee (Cm~tinued From Page 1) GILMER COUNTY ttI(;tt SCHOOL: Approximate number of students - 470 New Construction will include a band room which will accommodate approximately 100 students and a cafeteria which will accommodate $551,000.00 approximately 250 students at any one time. NORMANTOWN ELEMENTARY: Approximate number of students - 330 New Construction will include 17 classrooms. Additional spaces will be provided for Principal and Secretary's office - library and reading room - art room and storage -- music classroom - health, conference, and guidance space - staff lounge and toilets Renovation will inclade the gymnasium and the lunch room. A waste disposal system will also be provided. New construction will accomplished on the present site. Estimated total cost including Architect's fee $634,000.00 Renovation will include the gymnasium, and the two academic buildings. Construction. when completed, will provide all spaces needed, as well as eliminate all present violations. New construction will be accomplished on present site. Estimated total cost including architect's fee $480.500.00 If there, by chance, is money remaining after all of the proposed construction and renovation is completed (brought about by cheaper per sq. ft. costs, savings or interests) equipment will be purchased for the schools. Under the Law, Bond proceeds can be spent only for said construction and equipment. TANNER ELEMENTARY: Approximate number of students - 130 No Major New Construction. The reduction in enrollment will make available three classrooms whi{h will permit Major Renovation in providing the additional required spaces for library, art. music.etc., as well as. the elimination of all present violations. A waste disposal system will also be provided.Renovation will be accomplished on present site. Estimated total cost including Architect's fee $159,000.00 TROY ELEMENTARY: Approximate number of students - 150 minimum No Major New Construction. The reduction in enrollment will make available three classrooms which will permit Major Renovation in providing the additional required spaces for library, art, music, etc., as well as, the elimination of all present violations. A waste disposal system will also be provided. Renovation wl]l he accomplished on the present site. Esimated total cost including Architect's fee $159,000.00 I All Wells Contracted Between Now and the Last Day of May Will Cost Only $30o Per Foot. R.W. WATER WELL DRILLING 364-8429 ME: RT. 33-119 PH NE Many Units to Choose From 12' Wide - 14" Wide Many Homes With Expando Rooms Double Wides on Display Servic Pa s-A .,U II qllllllr II i THE Rt. 33 West Second Street Weston, WV With the construction of the Glenville Elementary school, there will be a transfer of some students from Sand Fork School. Tanner School and Troy School. There may also be a transfer of some teachers from those schools to the new elementary schools. But, Sand Fork, Tanner and Troy schools will remain and function as before and will be thoroughly renovated. The enrollment at Sand Fork School will remain, more or less. the same. A chart showing the staff and student population changes and student/teacher ratio at each school is shown below: t~ Present Enroll- Comprehensive Fatro]] School ment Ratio Staff Plan meat Ratio Staff [Glenville Elementary - New School] Glenvi]]e Elem. 250 2~.113 Normantown El. 331 19:1 17 Normantown El. 330 19:.1 17 Sand Fork El. 361 19:1 19 Sand Fork El. 280 20:.1 14 Tanner Elem. 211 161 12.5 Tanner klein. 130 20:.1 8 Troy Elem. 238 19:1 12.5 Troy Elem. 150 20.19 [Secondary] Gilmer County Gilmer County High School 476 18:1 26 High School 476 18:126 Additional Staff will be added because of Vocational School TOTAL STAFF 87 TOTAL STAFF 92 The second and concluding report on the C]gF plan to appear in next week's Democrat/Path der will focus on an analysis of the tax breakdown in the county as it relates to a S2,200,000 school bond. SAVE GAS JIM WEGMANN. INC. Your Authorized Volkswagen Dealer 485-5451 II I I Your favorite pastels look especially sweet & solid colors & prints. Long Sleeve, Short Sleeve and Sleeveless Styles. 9 to 9 Daily 12 to 6 Sunday i !1 FREE CUSTOMER PARKING Dam study at 65C librery A study of the Burnsville. Leading Creek and West Fork Lakes projects undertaken by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is available for public perusal at the Glenville State College Robert F. Kidd Library, according to Librarian David M. Gillespie. The report, "Peliminary Environ- mental Analysis of Burnsvflle, Leading Creek and West Fork Lakes Project Phase One 1973." was prepared by ~i~i : ~T'~,ent~ f~er Environmental Ana~sis of the Virginia Polythechnic Institute and State University at Blecksburg. Va. The Burnsville project is under construction. The Leading Creek and West Fork projects remain in the inactive category of authorized civil works projects. A map folio to complement the study will soon be made available. II II Casual or Work So~ 3 Pr. $1.00 KIWI POLISH REG. "/~ cents om:h 2 FOR $1.00 WVU summer schedule for %lmlenls who I)l;=n I..thmd ~,~.st l)eMedio, Virginia University's ,fff-c:ampt,s 10:50 dai] (:lasses this summermay register 93434 between now and June 6 Everett 395 {C Mason, County Extension Agent, Su announced today, hrs. Students may register at the usual lune 17 off-campus registration centers, in- Clark cluding county Extension offices, the 93437 Parkersburg Area Office. West Liberty 312 College Shepherd College. and RoomPrinci 204 Coliseum. Morgantown. Mason Stanley added. After June 6. the $10 late August registration fee will be assessed. Saturda Offered at Glenville State College Mason this summer will be "'Speech pus fee Communication 496, Seminar on $14 per Communication in the Classroom." each Classes will be held in the Forestry In Building from 9 to 5 p.m., August 4-9. County Other clases under Glenville State the College are: from 9:30 93433 Curriculum and Instruction For a 304 {C & I 304-20}. The Secondary For School Curriculum. 3 hrs. Lecturer: Dr. the local County school.personnel A special meeting of the Gilmer County Organization of the West Virginia School Service Personnel Association was held at Gilmer County High School April 9. Helen L. Jones, county president. directed the meeting to discuss school service personnel legislation pending in Charleston. Senate Bill 121 establishing a minimum monthly salary scale for service and auxiliary school employees and House Bill 1438 which provided funding for the salary bill had been passed by the state legislature but then vetoed by Governor Arch Moore. Both of these bills were expected to be reconsidered by the Legislature during their extended session on April 11 -13. Superintendent Run Welty appeared at the the impact on the answered legislation fits. Parsons, represent Charleston delegates A 25. at elect countY report will S.B. 121 attend this Senior citizens to hob/ The West Virginia Commission on contact Aging will holds its sixth annual Senior on Aging Citizens" Conference Tuesday, May 20 through Thursday. May 22, at tions is Jackson's Mill State 4-H Camp in Weston. The purpose of the conference is to bring senior citizens together from throughout the state for recreation and to discuss the problems facing West Virginia's elderly including inflation, We health care, housing, transportation Jones" and other topics, summer A. wide ~variety of activities are "It's scheduled .for the three day program, pretty," Several hearings are scheduled with and local officials.: A full scheduie of events We out the conference, including group hollow singing, mountain music, square dancing, crafts, health clinics, classes century. in backyard gardening, nutrition, and drove drivers" education and entertainment, had been te Participants of the conference will but had stay at Jackson's Mills and Salem smiled fro~ College. "Let Senior citizens interested in the old attending the conference should He ran dirt road a~ and parked filled rut I, ~ w.,, c,o,. ! I Smtem-Zim,e m-dt- | ! I JAMES DEPARTMENT STORE We're "'0= Tke Square" I tale Hrs. laud Atosoa Cox's Hill, on Rt. 47 APRIL 26 10:00 A.H. Secretary, Library table, 3 Pc. Charr drop leaf dintall room suite, aS. Dollar piece, Ice bex, Stone churn, SpooA leg table, Mirrors. Picture frames, Kerosene lamp [hand painted], White house vinegar jars, 3 Pc. Wicker set, Oak love seat. Oak bench table. Jewelry, lewelr boxes. 40 Gal. irma kettle. Buffet [with claw feet]. Split bottom chair, Spittoon, Small Kerosene lamps, Split-bottom rocker, 5 Gal. stone jar, Stone jugs, Baskets [all sizes], Wicker stand, 4 Spool bed, Set of China [Virginia Rose-Homer Laughlin], Glmmware-Cmrman China, Depression, Black Amethyst, Slag, Camphor, Flat iron, Knick knacks. Bedroom suite [like new], Maple bed, Rug, [nice], Couches, Swivel chair, Dinette set, Z-Gas cook stoves, Refrigerator, Washer, Drym', Refrigerator and Freezer [combination], Lawn chaim, Glider, Cream separator, Hand tools, Barb wire, Other items too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACC][DENTS LUNCH WILL BE SERVED BY: COX'S MILL FARM WOMEN'S CLUB AUCTIONEERS: El} DUELLEY AND SAM GARi ETT ADM.: NELSON GARRETr brother got stuck. him out." We after founda lions bottom to kingfisher Deep green opamng the through cliff jutted trees and farm to raise land's all the taxes from time We that once for an old 'Used schooL" another hollowed at and fra "'Here, it Bill. beside the He flowers angle from he said. hook these 0~owor would for Se n9 "and