The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 17.10.1980, Blaðsíða 3

The White Falcon - 17.10.1980, Blaðsíða 3
October 17, 1980 The White Falcon Page 3 It's eval time for schools • The A.T. Mahan Schools are com- eting self-studies In preparation or a comprehensive evaluation by a visiting team from the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The High School was done in 1977 and this is the Elementary school's first evaluation. The NCA requires member schools overseas to undertake a self-study in three-year cycles as a major impetus for school improve- ment. This year's NCA team will be working in the schools Novem- ber 3 through November 7. During the evaluation, every aspect of the school will be reviewed: student activities, personnel service, health services, instructional ma- terials, staff, physical facilities, and financial support. The evaluations will result in suggestions for modifications and changes to help the school do an even better job of educating students. Continuing accrediation for the Mahan schools, by the 19 state North Central Association, is determined by the teams' evaluation report. Navy Campus College registration ongoing Los Angeles Community College and the University of Maryland begin registration Monday and continue through October 24. Los Angeles Community College is offering classes in Business, Music Appreciation (concert trip required) Application of Mill Cabinet Tooling, and Introduction to Legal Asst. I. Other courses offered include Spanish, Journalism, Color Photo- raphy, Criminal Law, Psychology of men's and Men's Changing Roles, d Reading and Composition I. The University of Maryland is offering five courses this term. They are Principles of Economics I, Principles of Government and Poli- tics, History of Chinese Communism, and Business Law. Webster College Registration for the Webster Col- lege Master of Arts Program in Management and Human Relations for the Spring I 1981 term continues at the Navy Campus through October 24. A $5 late fee will be charged , after that date. Registration is for the January course, Legal Issues in Management, and for the February course, Group Dynamics; New students may enroll in this continuing program during any registration period and complete their degree in one year. For additional information con- cerning courses and registration call the Navy Campus at 6226 or 7795. Navy Campus is located in BOQ 638. CPO Navy Ball YNCM Osrald L. Zeigler (standing) toasts the Navy's 205th Birthday during ast Saturday's CPO Navy Ball held at the Windbreaker Club. Captain Peter Smith, Commanding Officer Naval Station, (far left) was guest speaker. Keflavik births ET2 and Mrs. James H. Davis II are the parents of a daughter, Crystal Lynn, born October 1. RM1 and Mrs. Ronald E. Haigler are the parents of a daughter, Kris Ann, born October 1. SH2 and Mrs. Jeffrey 0. Tucker are the parents of a daughter, Lisa Jean, born October 5. SSgt. and Mrs. Ray L. Montgomery are the parents of a son, Ray Louis Jr., born October 6. PSD opens at 7a.m. for new arrivals In order to expedite the check- in process for newly arrived per- sonnel, the Personnel Support De- tachment will open at 7 a.m. on rotator days. Sponsors should escort all newly arrived personnel to PSD be- tween 7 and 8 a.m. on rotator days or as soon as possible after arrival if the rotator is delayed. Fil-Am Potluck tomorrow The Fil-Am Association will hold a Hail and Bless Pot Luck style, followed by a general assembly meeting at 4 p.m. tomorrow at the Sun Hut. All members are encouraged to attend. Thrift Shop extends hours The Thrift Shop, which is for the use of all hands, has extended its hours of operation. Hours are now Monday and Thursday 10 to 2 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. on the second and fourth Thursday of each month. Beginning October 18 it will be open on the third Saturday of each month 3 to 5 p.m. The Thrift Shop offers a wide selection of "Not New" clothing in- cluding uniform articles. Often items such as hand tools, small ap- pliances, camping equipment, etc. are also available. If you have any serviceable items which you no longer use, you can donate them to the Thrift Shop. A pick up can be arranged for items too large for your car. All donated items should be cleaned as the shop doesn't have laundry facilities. The Thrift Shop is a volunteer, non-profit organization and the mem- bers donate their time and effort. If you have any questions con- cerning the Thrift Shop you can ask any member of the OWC or WWC or you can call Anne Setzer at 7458.


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