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speak to Board concerning dufes first in a COncerning Gflmer Gilmer County been appearing of the Gilmer to report duties and other Mary Morrow. spoke with She used visual Poster which she 0NUrse Morrow, "As r. my main the child. I )rogram in the and am a days a I'm permitted county, but the children 1 Program. with the two and the Special we've conduc- hearing-screen- Past two years. Last the audiological (or COunty students. an impedance egional Education SA}, and did both examination and of the eardrum." that the additional ear problems to explained the in each case. is another of Morrow explain- Tester is used to color vision and E' Chart for his letters, is found, the and the child is Mary Morrow referred to the family optometrist or opthalmologist {eye doctor)." The Nurse said that weight and measurements of students are taken annually, and that she is notified of any special problems such as injuries. itch, lice, impetigo or illness of a child while at school. The Board of Education contri- butes to the salary of the County Health Nurse, who works with the local Health Department. In turn the Health Department conducts the immunization program and other programs in the county schools, In addition to Nurse Morrow, Mrs. Helen Norman spoke concerning her positions as Title IX Compliance Officer, Test Coordinator and Home- School Vistor. She explained it is the responsi- bility of the Title IX Compliance Officer to "coordinate efforts to comply with Title IX regulations. "'Title IX of the Educational Amendment Act of 1972 is a federal regulation that prohibits discrimina- tion on the basis of sex in the operation of federally-assisted educational edu- YEARS BENEFIT JAMBOREE FRIDAY DECEMBER 30th 7:00 P.M. COMMUNITY BUILDING, COX'S MILLS, WV Sponsored by Homemaker's Extension Club Proceeds for Building Fund FEATURING: the Country Swingers Group, Clarksburg, WV Parkerslourg, WV County's Minnie Pearl Lafe plus Local Talented Groups CAKE WALKS AND REFRESHMENTS SERVED Adults so Students '1. 0 Children under 6 years Free Year's Eve Dafice EY INN CLUB becember 31 from 10 till 2 featuring DELIVERENCE l%00bers & Guests reservations being accepted UNTIL YOU SEE with thermeet,t azl pre buti - S  THE FUEL MOST STOV USK , loot m quickly to open futpl=ce L ovqm cook top FI ectm IIKI tuet, flndrick ll ICBO IP.occaitioa FIR.__.LACE__ NVFJI. ON MODELS I! Wood WATTERS SMITH MEMORIAL STATE PK. OFF 1-79 LOST CREEK EXIT Man. thru Fri., 10-8, Sat. 10-6 - Financing Available - Sunday Hours 14:30 p.m. 745-4082 Helen Norman cation programs. The regulation became effective July 21, 1975," Mrs. Norman said. Size continued, "Under this policy certain basic rights of students are protected. Gilmer County schools had one year in which to assure compliance with this regulation after the effective date. During this time a policy statement was written and approved by the Board of Education, grievance procedures and forms for filing grievances were developed, and a self-evaluation of each schools' programs and policies covered by Title IX was completed." Mrs. Norman said, "It is the responsibility of the Test Coordinator to coordinate the testing program in the county. The State Adopted Tests, Cognitive Abilities Test, and Compre- hensive Test of Basic Skills are given to the third, sixth, ninth and eleventh grade students each year, "Test books are stored in the County Office and the answer sheets are sent from the Testing Office in Charleston shortly before the sched- uled testing date. The Test Coordinator distributes the booklets and answer sheets to each school, and, after testing, collects all test materials, stores the test booklets, and returns the answer sheets to Charleston for computer scoring." Mrs, Norman went on, "Approxi- mately two months later the test results are received and distributed to the respective schools. In-service sessions are held throughout the year in the schools to interpret the results for improvement in areas of instrumu ,, ma a a poibla changes m tt arriCulu According to Mrs. Norman, the Home-School Visitor is "an expression of the Gilmer County Board of Education's concern for the whole child, and a means for fulfilling those responsibilities that go beyond the academic life of the child. "The Home-School Visitor is employed under Title I and works with children in the schools who have difficulties that are interfering with their learning, attendance or social adjustment. These problems are referred by the Principal or the teachers who work closely with the students, and are aware of the difficultie when they first arise," she said. Mrs. Norman concluded. "The Home-School Visitor works with the student, the parent, the school, and, sometimes, community agencies in finding a solution or adiustment to the problem to provide each student an equal educational opportunity." ,,,,-- , i i Driver's Exams -- i The following individuals passed Department of Public Safety examin- ations administered November 23 at the Gilmer County Detachment of the West Virginia State Police. WRITTEN EXAMINATIONS Jeffrey T. Bailey. Linn; Christo- pher D. Myers, Weston; Tina L. Stalnaker, Auburn; Lesa L, Sauer, Stumptown; Theodore B. Wihnoth. Stouts Mills; and Lori L. Davis, Glenville. OPERATOR'S TESTS Lassie C. Burke, Sand Fork; James A. Faymier, Tanner; Cecil L. Ramsay, Glenville; Sylvia R. Woofter, Jane Low; Robert E. Richards, Weston; Mary E. Brady, Stouts Mills; Dixie Q. Spencer, December 29, 1977 The Review of 1977 news (Continued Conservation District Supervisors, O.R. Spurgeon and Adren )ones. August ll-Mrs. Janet Deal announced she intended to move her Sears Catalog Agency Store to a new location on North Lewis Street. The Gilmer County Commission heard from a group requesting funding for the proposed public library for Gilmer County. Ron Gregory was named to replace Paul Brown as Editor of The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder. August 18--Police Chief Dallas Goodrich and city police officers Bryan Moore and Denzil Hess resigned from the local police force. Gilmer County had two new State Police Officers. Corporal W.S. Haines replaced Corporal C.R. Davis as Commander for the local Detachment. and Trooper W.P. Sutton was added to the force, Dr. William K. Simmons addres- sed the 3gth Annual Job's Temple Homecoming August 13. August Z$--The Glenville Deme- crat/PathFmder received three a- wards in the West Virginia Press Association's Annual Better News- paper Contest. Thud Nicholas. 62, of Normantown was fatally wounded in an August 17 shooting at the Hotel Conrad in Glenville. Robert Lloyd Stalnaker, 59, was charged with the murder of Nicholas. Clovis Drexell Ice was added to the Glenville city police force. September 1-Robert Stalnaker was arraigned before Judge Albert L. SommerviUe. Jr. on the charge of murder of the first degree. Bond was set at $50,O00. Gilmer Countians cleaned up at the State 4-H Roundup. The Horticulture Team placed first, Jeff Bailey won the first place award for his Visual Presentation on Safety, Cliff Thrasher won a blue ribbon in the Horticulture Division of Visual Presentations, Gilmer placed first in landjudging, Jan and Dawn Hinzman won first place for their Visual Presentation on Home Economics Counsumer Education, and Patty White was runner.up in the State 4-H Dross Review Competition. Mayor Wyatt and Municipal Judge Davidson moved into new offices in Glenville City Hall. September 29-GCHS celebrated its Ninth Annual Homecoming. The theme was "'The Wonderful World of Disney." Mrs. Susan McCartney was selected by the Board of Education to administer Project Media. It was clean-up, fix-up time, as city streets were paved and many local businesses were given fresh coats of paint. October 6-The Annual Convention of the West Virginia Trappers' Association was held at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. Mary Martin was chosen to reign as Queen of the 44th GSC Homecoming. Ron Duelley was named to the Glenville police force. DECISION-MAKING-Glenvflle Mayor Deibert Lee Davidson announced he would not seei re-election in the June Municipal Electbm. lle later announced hi= candidacy for Municipal Judge and was elected to that posRlon without opposition. [Democrat Photo] September 8-The traffic light at the intersection of Main and Lewis Streets was broken by a passing truck. City Council hired Charles Collins as a police officer. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller closed their general store at Shock. Septmmlmr iS-The Gilmer County Commission refused funding for the proposed public library for Gilmer County. They asked that representa- tives needing funds appear before them prior to the time when the annual budget is prepared. The Glenville State College Pioneers inaugurated their new football stadium, Pioneer Stadium, with a 38-7 loss to Gardner-Webb College. September 22-John Moss was named Gilmer Coanty Road Mainten- ance Superintendent" Mrs. Marjorie H. Burke was appointed Chairperson of the West Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder 7 from Page Two) October 13-The City Coun(i! voted to order an outside audit of t;lvnville Utility. Glenville State showed a tin,} Ia;l enrollment of 1.777, largest il t!a st:heel's history. Dr. Byron ]. Turner was elected President of the Gilmer County Medical Center. October 20-*The County (:mmds- sion gave Trio Petroleum permi.im to drill an oil well on the Gilmc ;uunty Golf Course. Clenville Supply announced plan to open a new, larger store [m West Main Street. Construction to b(q,:i m early 1978. The Glenville Pioneers wo th,,ir first football game of the sea,on, a 16-12 victory over Bluefield State (Continued on Page Eihi 50% OFF ON WALL COVERINGS And you save not just on selected rolls,  n but every beautiful style end pattern in the store, For every room in your home. 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