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    • Page 324

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    • $ 2 0 , and Traffic Violations--$15, Total--$414. April 5 , 1945.. .Mr. Ashcroft r e p o r t s t h a t the Post War Planning Committee should be re-organized and some definite action taken in going ahead with post-war plans. Mr. Ianthus Wright...
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    • 1 ] Allen Ramsey, instructor in Mathematics tries each year to pull high school students through geometry. An outstanding tennis coach. Gwendolyn Hansen, registrar and instruct-or in Business. Is sensitive to bugs and funny smells in her office...
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    • 113 REQUEST FOR IRB EXEMPTION Name: Dr. James W. McCoy and Colleen Okeson Position at SUU: Assistant Professor of Graduate Studies in Education College: Education Telephone # and fax #: Phone: 435-865-8290 Fax: 435-865-8485 Exemption category...
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    • 174 Dear Dorothy, Thanks for your interest in the article - no problem at all on using the survey instrument. Give me a few days to find the file and get back to you. Best regards, Glenn --- On Thu, 31/12/09, R BUTLER ...
    • Agricula Staff

    • Agricula Staff
    • Branch Agricultural College (Cedar City, Utah); Southern Utah University -- History
    • 1914-1915 Agricula Staff (yearbook) Includes, left to right: Eugene Woodbury, photographer; Bessie Esplin, local editor; James Esplin, business manager; Lorin Shirts, Ivie Gardner, editor-in-chief; Marion Woolley, associate editor (or Wilkinson,...
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    • 3 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING handicapped students, rather those students with a mild/moderate disability. The observing of students was limited to ten mild/moderate students from Monroe Elementary School. The questionnaire was limited to classroo...
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    • 39 Chapter 4 Results The hypothesis examined was that the barriers to school gardens in public, suburban school districts were lack of (a) growing time or climate, (b) educator knowledge, (c) curriculum application, (d) educator initiative, and (e)...
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    • 4 Students involved with bus transportation were generally eliminated (after conferencing with these students and parents) from club invitations due to the inability to arrive at school at the prescribed time. While one parent did offer to drive a...
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    • 58 knowledge was very knowledgeable. Sixty-seven percent described their district’s educator’s knowledge was somewhat knowledgeable about school gardens. Twenty-five percent described the knowledge about school gardens held by their...
    • 1903, page 6

    • 1903, page 6
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    • 6 SOUTHERN BRANCH WM. T. WARD, Physics and Chemistry. MAUD F. EASTWOOD, Domestic Science and Art. E. H. BURGESS, Assistant in Mathematics, Geography, and United States History. RASS MILNE, Shorthand and Typewriting and...
    • 1906, page 6

    • 1906, page 6
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    • 6 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Officers and Instructors Continued. JOHN E. HIRST, Business Department. M___________ Drawing, Physiology and Physical Director for Girls, Preparatory History. Mr.__________ Biology and...
    • 1908, page 7

    • 1908, page 7
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    • 7 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. MISS VERNA BOWMAN, Domestic Science and Art. B. S. Domestic Science Agricultural College, 1907. _____________________________ Art and Physical training for Women ____________________________ Physical...

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