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August 23, 1979

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ew school year opens Monday kids feel the summer vacation wasn't quite long parents feel the summer vacation was quite long l~ttter. hells Will chime Monday in Crook county for parents and teachers. Supt. Jack McNutt said . that all county schools will open Monday with a r of school. ~will be served at schools Monday. school faculties are complete for the The lone exception is the Homestake rural was still without a teacher Tuesday. said all county teachers will be in Sundance for a workshop which will be held at the school starting at 9 a.m. Friday the various separate sessions for teachers. elementary principal I)el Harbaugh-said a slight increase in enrollment over last year. He estimated opening day enrollment will be 245 students for kindergarten through Grade 6. The elementary school runs from 8:30 a,m.~ 3:10 p.m. High school principal Glenn Gregson said Tuesday he expected opening day enrollment to be just about the same as last. He predicted 185 students in high school and 90 in junior high. High school hours are 8:30era. to 12 noon and 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. CounW teachers are listed below. Sundance High School: principal, Glenn Gregson; Home Ec., Donna Allen; Girls P.E. - Jr. Hi. Science, Ruth Baker; History- Activities Supervisor, Robert Beaudoin; C.O;E., Sharon Huber; Music - Band, John Gaylord; Biology, Linda Schmiedt; Social Studies - Wrestling, Earl Gray; Business Ed, Dorothy Gregson; Math, Tim Hoard; Counselor, Gary Howery; Vo-Ag, Richard Hubbard; English/Speech, Rita E. Johnson; Industrial Arts, Dwight Jundt; Librarian, Terry McNutt; Art - English, Don Lee; English, Judith R. Newell; Special Education, Ruth Resencmnz; English- Basketball, James Schmiedt; General Math, Bernie Schnorenberg; Soc. Science - Dr. Ed~ - Football, Walter L. Simons; Math-Jr. Hi. Coach, Dennis Vail; Business, Barbara Yore; Music- Vocal, Janelle Neuharth; Science, Glen Wyatt; Psych. Tech., Gary E. Huber; Social Studies, Jeseoh Chamberlain.. Sundance Elementary School: Principal, Delhert Har- baugh; kindergarten, Jacqueline Mclnemey; Grade 1, Ruth Hibbard, Richard Pridgeon; Grmte 2, Sylvia Draine, Maxine Ripley; Grade 3, Beth He'minger, Walter Quitlian; Grade 4, Katherine Moist, Dee Hoist; Grade 5, Mildred Cundy, Doris Kohler; Grade 6, Terry King,'. C~mie Hannah; Psych. Tech., Gary Huher; Special Education, Betty Shoun; Developmental Reading, llone R. Hoopor; Art and Physical Education, Diane Loh; Spesch Therapist, Elizabeth Smock; Music, Janelle Neuharth; Band, John Gaylord; Nurse, Margaret Beagle. [Coat. on Page 10] Hang gliders THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1979 SUNDANCE TIMES CONTINUING THE CROOK COUNTY NEWS IN THE BLACK HILLS TWElCTY CElq~ OF WYOMING P~t COPY Offidal Newspaper fQr Crook County, City of Sundanc, and U. S. tan@ Office week to~ed over $18~, mil]icm, accord~ to St~ Superint, md~t of Publk ~ Ly~ S~- mo~. The smmmt is aheut one- to fly high "Please pray for good twenty minutes: /ton Gau- ~" weather and pleasant thier, also from MoorcroR, $ winds," Mike King said on willpilot his Horizon 2 the eve of the seoond Sun- glider, the same craR flown dance Hang G'hding Meet, by Ron Rk/mrdaon of Gillette X set for this weekend, in~ming last years "Out- Some thirty pilots are ex- standing Flight" award. petted to converge on Sun- Atmg with Strange and temoon, includinglast year s rounds out the .Oillett~ winner, Roy Strange of Gil-repmmntatives, flying a new letto. ,, Sirocco wlng. I Another "local flyer who A k~ of attention should Z wmco~pe~lsTm Majors fo~ on C~ck ~S~ of of M~, curr~t hokler S~zbo~, who three ~ of the Sundance Mountain e~o, flew ~ ~ IIM to sem,h~, din'at/on revmd of [Cea.-on l~, 1el , ,I get with roads every year but you can there. One such. "place is this .cluttered and cut up still M .h~ty and Q ~ 0/m - ~th~ in tl~ autumn's golden touch. [Times Photo by Howard Alien]