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September 30. 1999 ; The ,qundance Time~ remains fall football af- the Bulldogs claimed a over the Hulett Is, in the 1999 SHS ~ming game, Friday, t quarter of the game I b.attle between the two with no one getting into ~ Zone. cond quarter found Follum scoring on a recovery. Shaun Moeller on a 70 yard punt :ill.putting the dogs ahead Oade scored one29 chdown pass, but the i b0int attempt failed. Gade in the fourth quar- dr w Redfield kicked extra point. dogs held Hulett to 5 Defensively, Natc lead with 9 tackles and 7. Tyson Sackett had 5 tac es, 2 mbles, 1 fumble recov- 1 sack. of .the week-i" belongs undefeated for the season Shown above is Sundance Bull. Jens Gade as he carries the ball for a S,_,ndance touchdown in f's est course vet ~the toughest course placed sixth, and denna Moline ~qr, Sundance placed many came in tenth place. Springs InvRa- Running the 5,000 meter course, Mark Pieper fin- ished fourth in varsity competi- tion, with atLcne of 18:46. Todd Gregson contin- ues to improve, finishing twelfth out of 43 run- In nets. r division, Joany The next SarahMackey Wright. meet is October 2 In The high school student council members planned a pep assembly for elementary students Thursday, September 23 to allow the younger students to participate In home- coming. Itwas a festive event, with the elementary band playing. Students played games and learned cheers. As a result of the pep assembly, many elementary students came to school Friday ady for home- coming. DressIngln red and whlte, painting faces, wearing Bulldog Iogos. these youngsters had a homecoming day of their own. The student council members conductIng the assembly were: Tyson Sackett. Grant Crawford, Wade Ludeman, Nate Denzin, Josh Canfield, Luke Hoard, Mati Kahler, Adrienne Gill, and Alec Hilty. Sundance School Menus II I III I Pri., tober 1 No School Mon., October 4 Pepperonl stuffed crust pizza, lettuce salad, melon, milk. Ttms., October 5 Hot dog on a bun, tortilla chips with nacho cheese, fresh veggles, fresh fruit, milk. JWed,, October 6 Pork roast, mashed potatoes and gravy, roll and Jelly, cherry crisp with whipped toppIng, milk. Thum., October 7 Chicken strips, rosemary roasted potatoes, grapes, bread and margarine, mill Fzi., October 8 SoR shell taco, lettuce, tomato, a [ eese, tato .rounds. fresh WhtUtO, Lwtz (No. 17) emts the bell for a return by Ftobyn Gray (No. above are Sundance elementary school fifth graders as they discuss current topics mtmm, num. 22) while Denzin (No. 12) positions to assist. The girls won ................ handily over the Hulett girls In the Tuesday, September 28 action. EF I librarian, Josle Pearson. if.right are: Brandon VanHom, Ashley Stagemeyer, Frances Mackey, Karysa Idler, Andrea -- - ' ' .............. rik Klein and Clint Foster. Pictured with their backs to the camera are Rodney y Bulldog finish first in p0ol play and Roger Rsthbun. ries lead to learning n of the school library media program is students and staffare effective users ~~td informatlon. Too often the library is Solely with books. As there is a link School library media center and the development of students, Sundance [ leou ge readin4 but also use the library l ' ter as a teaching tool. n, library med spec st, has cre- leoming and educational atmosphere at '.lementary. Every classroom has desig- for students to be Instructed by her. book talks, research ideas or Just en- ._ library coordInates with the art cur- ~ students have some ownership In the ~Iopment of the library theme. This year, is the Southwest. Art students will be 'aCh a dolls and paper mache bowls. 'qeets will be on display in the library. Along library classroom Instruction and t focus on Native Americans of the Sundance finished first In pool play and second for the tournament losing to Kaycee in a tough three game match at the MoorcroR Invitational Volleyball Tourna- ment held Saturday, September 25. The Lady Bulldogs finished the day wRh a game record of 8 wins, 2 losses. "fhe team served 93% for the tourrmment with Rebekah Comella and Devin Eppler each serving 97o& Chelsea Rogers had 28 kills for the day, Jennifer Kreuter had 89 set a slsts. Rebekah Comella had 17 dlgs in the championship match against Kaycee and 40 for the day. Bo Roll had a game high 10 blocks In the championship match against Kaycee. Southwest, desert animals and their habitats, his- tory and the climate of the southwest states. The high school library, under the direction of Mary Jayne Jordan, supports the school's goals and contributes to the learning goals of students and teachers. Library skills and research are included In the language arts curriculum. Jordan instructs students in both. Between the books, the maga- zines, the visuals, the technology and professional materials, the secondary collection is constantly changing to meet current needs. At theJunlor high and hlgh school levels, there is a student library council. This advisory group of students has an acUve role In determining library needs for students today. One tip from the Literacy Council is to encourage children to use and become familiar rith the local and school libraries. The school librarians encour- age parents to ask their children when and how they use their school library. [ = Hi iH i i HHH