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    • Dec. 14. 1892. ..Committee on City Hall presented the following bill and, on motion of Councilman L . W . Jones, said bill was allowed and Auditor instructed to issue warrants for the several amounts for labor on City Hall to December 14,...
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    • STUDENT NEWSPAPER 15 6. Infotainment replaces information with the influence of entertainment. Independence or the lack of may be an issue that arises on a college campus. In describing the importance to be free from censorship, Stephen J. Humes...
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    • ! 7! theatre pieces for these events. They include strategies in casting, selecting scripts and coaching actors (Southern Theatre, 2003). These contests provide actors, directors, designers and playwrights numerous opportunities. As an example of...
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    • AGRICOLA STAFF Agricola" Staff . . . have found that pub-lishing a yearbook is some jol) . . . have had a lot of fun working, taking pictures, and assembling copy . . . want to I h a n k "Pa" Reafora For Ins excellent photography work . . . we nope...
    • 1898, page 19

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    • LIST OF STUDENTS. SECOND YEAR, NORMAL. Leigh, Lillie Cedar City, Iron County. Sproul, Angus Washington, Washington County. FIRST YEAR, NORMAL. Allen, Alice Summit, Iron County. Bayles, Edith Parowan, " " Berry, Altheria Kanarra,...
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    • 60 Three Score and Ten in Retrospect D.C., gave breadth and sophistication to the strength that came from the pioneer roots and family solidarity. Concerning their courtship Orpha said, "It turned out we had a lot in common. John was interesting...
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    • 60 Appendix C SUECON 2012 Post-Conference Survey Results Please provide us with what you found to be of value to you as a participant of SUECON Please tell us how we could improve your SUECON experience Which presentation was your favorite? Would...
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    • 62 I liked that there was a wide selection and that much of it was pertinent information to our classrooms and the future of education. I thought the conference was very well organized, snacks and food were excellent! Many of the presentations were...
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    • 64 I really liked the presentations that offered lots of information in their classes. I felt that the Video Ninja presentation was very well put together. It shared a variety of options, not just one or two and gave just enough information that I...
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    • 67 I became aware of some amazing (FREE! :) apps and software that I didn't know about, and I've already been able to use them in my classroom to enhance my students' learning. The lunch and snacks were great, and the location was perfect. (Not too...
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    • Fishback Intern 60 Maxwell, John C. (2005). The 360-Degree Leader: Developing your Influence from Anywhere in the Organization. Thomas Nelson, Inc.: Nashville. McPherson, Barry D. (1977, July). Success in sport: The influence of sociological...
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    • 68 I really enjoyed each of the presentations that I attended. I specifically chose the sessions based on what I needed and what I believed would help me in my classroom the most. I would like more time with the vendors because I needed to give up...
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    • 70 I leaned so many things that will help me use my technology better. Steve Eves Doceri was so cool, and I can hardly wait to explore and use it more. I liked the gal from PBS and how easy their sight is to use. Of course, UEN opened our eyes as...
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    • 71 I attended an funeral on Saturday so my evaluation covers only Friday. I could tell that a great deal of effort and care went into preparing the conference, including the tote bags, snacks and signage. The student and adult hosts were very...
    • 1899, page 32

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    • LIST OF STUDENTS. NORMAL SCHOOL. THIRD YEAR. Gurr, William Parowan, Iron Co. SECOND YEAR. Berry, Altheria Kanarra, Iron Co. Berry, Ella “ Bracken, Ida Pine Valley. Washington Co. Bracken, Maud “ Bunker, Stephen Albert...
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    • 77 I enjoyed learning about the advanced search. It will save me time finding what I need. The School District's forms are much easier using the advanced search. I enjoyed learning about googles and voice. I did not know you could drag and pic into...

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