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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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    • . that he didn't come out and make-believe to do so. The leader, a well-built and, for a Ute, rather handsome man, could speak a few words of MexicanSpanish. He bore a name comrnon to many chiefs in Utah, but not then known to fame. He was a, but...
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    • 1.5 seconds off their time. Students at School A were on average able to perform one more curl-up and push-up each than students at School B. Figure 3. Total Minutes Spent in Exercise per Week by Students at School B. As part of the STEP Express...
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    • 1986. Unanimous. (Water rate in 1968 was $8 per quarter, or $2.67 per month. Water rate is now 6 times higher. ) Motion to amend the Sewer Ordinance to put into effect a 33% increase, from $4.50 to $6 per month. Also, a motion was made setting the...
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    • 1didn't harbor such hopes. 1felt it would be a long time before unhappy Mexico would be settled back to normal. My heart was touched at the piight of those men and women who had given the best of their lives for the development of their adopted...
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    • 2 need to score as proficient or better on its state’s standardized tests. Scores from these subgroups are compared to the scores of their peers. All students, including ethnic minority, low income, and special education students, must meet these...
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    • 21 Chapter 4 Results Introduction Discovering whether or not a collaborative study program would be beneficial in helping students earn credit toward high school graduation was the primary goal of this study. The students met for a total of ten...
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    • 21 Chapter 4 Results The population of SEA changes drastically at the half-year semester mark. Those students who have gotten caught up on credits go back to their home schools and a new set of students who need to make up classes are enrolled....
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    • 21 The participants of this study fell into two categories: parents and teachers. Parent participants must have had one or more youth who were current students at one of the two schools at the time the study was conducted. At that time, Gateway...
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    • 22 Figure 1. Diagram of students who participated in the study. and 6% transportation: distribution and logistics services. The researcher found guest speakers using data collected from the pre-treatment survey. The careers that were presented were...
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    • 25 second grade level science and social studies core curriculums. The timeline of steps required to complete the study were as follows: 1. Administration of the pre-assessments on expository text comprehension, two days. 2. Whole class lessons...
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    • 29 After an overview of the lesson outline, the instructors were given further directions depended upon their assigned instructional group. The researcher explained how to teach each method with the provided graphic organizers and expository...
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    • 32 Guest Satisfaction Survey Data Variety of resort activities 2014 PTD Resp PTD Count PTD % YTD Resp YTD Count YTD % Total 59 53 89.8% 323 276 85.4% West 59 53 89.8% 323 276 85.4% Summit Watch 59 53 89.8% 323 276 85.4% Unknown - - - - - - Member...
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    • 33 2014 PTD Resp PTD Count PTD % YTD Resp YTD Count YTD % Total 34 30 88.2% 196 165 84.2% West 34 30 88.2% 196 165 84.2% Summit Watch 34 30 88.2% 196 165 84.2% Unknown - - - - - - Member or Owner at this Property 6 5 83.3% 36 31 86.1% Guest of...
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    • 34 2014 PTD Resp PTD Count PTD % YTD Resp YTD Count YTD % Total 93 88 94.6% 572 541 94.6% West 93 88 94.6% 572 541 94.6% Summit Watch 93 88 94.6% 572 541 94.6% Unknown 1 - - 1 - - Member or Owner at this Property 10 9 90.0% 119 114 95.8% Guest of...
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    • 35 2014 PTD Resp PTD Count PTD % YTD Resp YTD Count YTD % Total 93 87 93.5% 570 531 93.2% West 93 87 93.5% 570 531 93.2% Summit Watch 93 87 93.5% 570 531 93.2% Unknown 1 - - 1 - - Member or Owner at this Property 10 9 90.0% 119 113 95.0% Guest of...
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    • 36 PTD Resp PTD Count PTD % YTD Resp YTD Count YTD % Total 93 85 91.4% 575 521 90.6% West 93 85 91.4% 575 521 90.6% Summit Watch 93 85 91.4% 575 521 90.6% Unknown 1 - - 1 - - Member or Owner at this Property 10 9 90.0% 117 110 94.0% Guest of...
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    • 36 Table 2 Means and Standard Deviations for NWEA Language Usage Posttest Scores (LARITF11) ELL GENDER YPP Mean Std. Deviation N 0 F 0 208.96 11.179 27 1 217.34 11.117 35 Total 213.69 11.819 62 M 0 207.76 12.668 37 1 217.76 11.530 33 Total 212.47...
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    • 37 2014 PTD Resp PTD Count PTD % YTD Resp YTD Count YTD % Total 24 17 70.8% 110 62 56.4% West 24 17 70.8% 110 62 56.4% Summit Watch 24 17 70.8% 110 62 56.4% Unknown - - - - - - Member or Owner at this Property 1 - - 21 14 66.7% Guest of...

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