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    • (City paid $4623.82 in full payment of contract proposed for installing the new street lighting system. 1 A motion was made by Councilman Pace that the matter of drafting an ordinance for the regulating of motor vehicle traffic in Cedar City be...
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    • 1 , 1920 for t h e following: 1. $9000 to install a modern a n d complete s t r e e t lighting system, owned a n d controlled b y t h e 2. $14,000 for establishing a n d improving t h e City City. Park. 3. $50,000 for increasing, improving,...
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    • 101 Van Instruction When driving guests to off-site activities (hikes, Crater, Temple Square, Olympic Park, etc.), you will drive in the Marriott Summit Watch van. The van is parked in the parking garage next to the fitness center. You will...
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    • 13 Researchers from the Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) examined the levels of academic achievement by comparing how 14 different states set proficiency levels for both math and reading tests. The researchers determined that what is...
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    • 16 For educators, the challenge is to continue to investigate and develop new programs to help all students to perform and achieve their full potential. Research and development of new teaching techniques will always be a continuing effort in...
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    • 1877.. .Roll of attendance. -Mayor: Councilmen: [took office in August 1877) John Chatterley Christopher J . Arthur Robert Heyborne Henry Leigh Homer Duncan Jens Nielson Louis Fischer Recorder: Sept. 2 6 , 1877 ...The Mayor was i n s t r u c t e...
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    • 22 References Balls, J. (2014). History of Park City. Utah History To Go. Retrieved from http://historytogo.utah.gov/places/olympic_locations/historyofparkcity.html Bruning, S.D., Castle, J.D., & Schrepfer, E. (2004). Building relationships between...
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    • 24 5/12/14 I started on my own discussed special projects with my manager. We decided that staff training was a priority in order to ensure smooth transitions between seasons. It was decided that the binder I would compile would be directed toward...
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    • 24 completed compared to the eleventh and twelfth graders. The eleventh graders had the highest percentage, almost reaching an average of a full credit completed per month in November 2011 and January 2012. All of the students in the collaborative...
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    • 25 5th-grade year, 1st month, and the pretest mean of 4.32 refers to 4th-grade year, 3rd month, with a mean difference of 0.82, which can be understood as a reading-level improvement of 8 months (out of 9 months in a school year). Table...
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    • 27 Today the resort is at full capacity with many Utah schools letting out and families coming on vacation. Families with younger kids have been exceptionally interested in our on-site offerings so they could keep travel to a minimum. We increased...
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    • 30 and overall excitement in learning a new concept. The students’ felt highly motivated due to the involvement in matters that are closer to them and to the use of technology. The researcher also discovered that the students liked the...
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    • 31 We took our weekly trip to temple square with a smaller number of passengers. This group was less interested in the planned tour and just wanted to explore downtown Salt Lake. We did what we could to accommodate their requests while also...
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    • 33 both groups combined. It was determined that each fourth-grade Cherry Hill student took between 14 and 25 language and math YPP assessments. Teachers were allowed to use YPP as a learning tool and assist the students during the assessments;...
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    • 35 appropriate workout. Using this method of timing, students are able to increase individual aerobic endurance while not worrying about other runners. This puts smiles on their faces and pride in their hearts to accomplish something they could not...
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    • 39 Compton, C. (2008). Thank you, Miss Katherine. Phi Dieta Kappan, 90(3), 182-185. Retrieved from...
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    • 42 Jordan, N. C., Hanich, L. B. & Kaplan, D. (2003). A longitudinal study of mathematical competencies in children with mathematics difficulties with and without co-morbid reading difficulties. Child Development,74, 834–850. Retrieved from...
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    • 42 The Vineyard NWEA Math growth projections in Table 7 show that 5 out of 16 (31%) ELLs met their learning goals while 23 out of 64 (36%) of the native English speakers met their goal. Table 7 Percent of Mathematic Projected Growth Targets...

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