Page 11 - Chehalis Tribal Newsletter for March, 2016
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STUDENTS OF THE MONTH Center offers prep classes

Courtney Price Courtney also Centralia College is bringing MORE INFORMATION
enjoys wrestling. He college preparation classes to the
Grand Mound Elementary has been involved Chehalis Tribal Community Center Contact Racheal Mendez at the
Fourth grade with Rochester during spring quarter. Community Center at rmendez@
Youth Wrestling the or 360-709-1698.
Courtney, son of Tamie Boyd past two years. This Classes are available to all tribal
and Courtney Price Sr., feels he year, he placed third members, community members, quality of life. Learn methods for
is successful student because he in his age bracket. tribal employees and Enterprise identifying stressors and strategies to
listens to his teachers and does what He likes that the employees. Chehalis tribal members’ effectively manage them. Construct
is asked of him the first time. His coach challenges him and s him classes will be paid through the a personalized stress management
advice for other students is to listen how to do a move the right way. higher education program. program.
to the teacher to do well. After high school, Courtney
wants to go to a college to become The start date is April 4, and the Weight Training, code 8274,
Courtney most enjoys reading; a video game coder, a lawyer for the following classes will be available: C. Johnson noon-12:50 p.m. Tuesday
his reading level is fourth-seventh tribe or a teacher so that he can help and Thursday
grade. He also likes recess because kids learn to read. English 102, code 8130,
he gets to play with his friends. M. Young, 7:45-9:45 a.m. Monday A high-impact exercise class
and Wednesday with a lab Tuesday designed to improve muscle strength,
Grace Quilt arts and physical endurance, flexibility and aerobic
education, but she A course in argumentative capacity.
Rochester Middle School also stays busy with and persuasive writing, methods
Eighth grade extracurricular of research, development and To take these classes you must:
sports. Grace preparation of original source-based Apply to Centralia College
Grace, daughter of Sharron plays on both the papers and projects. Prerequisite: n To do this, go to
Hall, has been having a great year. basketball and completion of English 101 with a n Receive an acceptance letter
She will tell you the key to her fast-pitch team, minimum grade of 2.0. You must take the compass test
success is being responsible for her and she plans on getting back into at Centralia College
academics and making sure she gets cheerleading as well. Math 95/96, codes 8288/8289, n You may go to the Phoenix
to school and completes all of the After graduating from high Linda Griffith, 10-11:30 a.m. Center/Library at Centralia College
work her teachers assign. Grace also school, Grace dreams of going to Monday-Wednesday or call Racheal Mendez at 360-709-
encourages other students to make College in California. 1698 to find out good time for her to
sure to get all of their work done While she’s unsure which school 95: Review of basic math concepts drive you there.
and turn in any assignments they she’ll attend, she plans to study such as whole numbers fractions and n The test costs $15 (Chehalis
might have missed. criminal justice to give back to the decimal operations tribal members’ tests will be paid
community. through the Education Program
Grace enjoys math, language 96: Covers percents, proportions, Chehalis Tribal members must
unit conversions, geometry, also have a Chehalis Tribal Higher
simplifying algebraic expressions Education Scholarship application
and solving simple first-degree linear completed.

Stress Management, code 8273,
C. Johnson, 11-11:50 a.m. Tuesday
and Thursday

Understand how stress can impact

Raven Hawk Penn to get into a routine Please vote yes for our children
– getting work done
Rochester High School when you first get it. To our community from the property value.
11th grade Oakville Levy Committee: We believe in our community and
Raven plans to
Raven, son of Robert Penn, likes attend the Running Important date: Vote on April 26 really need your help.
that he is doing well in his math Start Program at Our last levy failed, and here’s what Ballets are mailed out to everyone
class. Centralia College we could lose if it happens again:
his senior year of n Staff and school counselor April 8. Don’t wait – vote right away.
He feels he is successful student high school. He n Curriculum technology Our lives are all busy, but please don’t
because he is doing his homework wants to attend a technical school n All athletic programs forget to vote.
at home or in between classes and or University of Washington, where n Transportation
turning it in the next day. he can study engineering and 3-D n All TRI (time, Tribal members always have
modeling. responsibility and supported all of the children. We
His advice for other students is incentive) days for need you to vote. Your vote shows
Congratulations on Attention: To nominate your We hope to pass a how much you care.
second quarter honor roll: two-year replacement We also want
child, contact Jodie Smith at levy for expenses the
Kenedy Adams Mya Ortivez or state simply does not you to know that
Annie Burnett Emily Pickernell 360-709-1897. State why your cover. For property we understand how
Arielle Burnett Larren Quilt child should be considered. owners, we are hard it is for a small
Desirray Klatush Kirsten Secena Contributed by the asking for $2.36 per community to survive
Jasmine Klatush Roberta Youckton Chehalis Tribe K-12 Program $1,000 of assessed hardships, which is
why we are asking
for very little. And
we want to thank you
for taking the time
to read this and cast
your ballot for kids!
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