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Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St, Paul, Va. Thursday, April 20, 2017 science The current computer-The content topics focus based GED Test is made on science" that reflects ~UP of four subject tests, both that which is taught in One of those subject tests many high school-level is a 90-minute science test. science courses and that The GED Testing which is most relevant and "Service provides detailed usefut for an adult popula- ihformation about each of tion. To measure this con- the four subject tests. Let's tent at a range of levels of take a look at what the sci- complexity, several differ- ence test is like. ent item types are used in The GED Science the test, including multiple Test focuses on the funda- choice, short answer, drag- mentals of science reason- and-drop, hot spot, and fill- ing, striking a balance of in-the-blank. deeper conceptual under: Approximately 40 per- standing, procedural skill cent of the test focuses on and fluency, and the ability life science, roughly 40 to apply these fundamen-percent focuses on physi- tals in realistic situations, cal science, and approxi- In order to stay true to this mately 20 percent focuses intention, each item on the on Earth and space science. 'Science Test is aligned to The test includes items that one science practice andtest textual analysis and one content topic, understanding, data repre- , The science practices sentation and inference can be described as skills skills, as well as problem that are key to scientific solving with science con- .' reasoning in both textual tent. The contexts within and quantitative contexts, which problem solving The science practices are skills are measured are ;derived from important taken from both academic skills enumerated in theand workforce contexts. Career and College Ready Are you wondering if Standards as well as in The you might be able tO pass National Research the GED Test? Contact Council's Framework for Southwest Regional Adult K-12 Science Education. Education for a free assess- The Science Test also ment of your skills. Come focuses on three major to a class and take a free content domains: GED practice test to see 1. Life science if you are ready for testing. 2. Physical science Call 866-581-9935 today 3. Earth and space sci- to register for a tuition-free ence class in your community. The science content top-Classes are offered at con- ics, which are drawn from venient times and locations these three domains, pro- throughout the region. vide context for measuringGED is a registered a test-taker's abilities to trademark of the American apply the reasoning skills Council on Education. .described in the practices. Used under license. St. Paul Elementary adds five new members to the National Junior Honor Society. Standing in the back left to right current National Junior Honor Society members Jake Gross, Sydnee Amburgey, Adriana Salyer, Madison Edmonds, Gracie Powers, Katie Levy, Ahren Lee, Jacob Sawyers, Cheyenne Roberts, and Andrew Sutherland. Front right to the left new inductees to the National Junior Honor Society Dominic Bailey, Ryan Salyers, Malik Jallow, Jade Herndon, Destiny Smith. Compliments Pastor Jessie M. Jones 762-7963 "I'm ready to go" Well, back in the 80's, said to the preacher, on her clothes. Then we I can only remember the Skeens' family was "We've got a lot of miles to headed for home. It was having a flat somewhere in traveling with me and we travel tonight and I don't about 3 o'clock in the Kentucky. Time has a way got an appointment at a have any other clothes."morning when we finally of changing things and just church somewhere in West He said, "Oh, we can got in. a few short weeks ago, the Virginia. On this particular take care of that. You sis- These folks traveled Lord called Louise on night, we had a wonderful ters take this lady backwith me for 20 years Or home. She's gone to meet service. We had five people therein the dressing room more and we were blessedher reward but not forgot- that accepted the Lord that and get her something to be to cut four projects, C.D.'s, ten. One of the last things night.After the singing was baptized in." Well, theyafter that. We traveled she told me was that she over, the preacher said, did. We went out this little across five states and wore was ready to go. You might "Well, your next step after narrow, crooked road. out about two old buses,receive a lot of rewards and accepting the Lord is to be When we finally come to And lhope that we were aa lot of medals and a lot of baptized. Not very many the river, we parked theblessing to thousands .of pestige and honor as you miles from the church is a cars and headed them people. William's wife, travel down this winding river. We will just go down down towards the river and Louise, didn't do any road of life but there is there tonight and have a turned the lights on and we singing and didn't play any none greater than being baptizing." had the baptizing. Then we instrument but she kept our able to say, "I'm ready to Well, William's wife came back to the church appointment book of where go" when the Lord makes had not yet accepted the and she took off the clothes we were supposed to be. the call. Lord until that night so she that they have gave her to Everybody's got a part to was one of the five. She be baptized in and put back play in this old world. I Recipes by Mildred Helbert ORANGE CHICKEN 4-6 chicken breasts 4 tbsp. flour 1/2 tsp. papffka and salt 1/4 cup butter dash of cinnamon dash of cloves 1 (6 oz.) can frozen orange juice 1 (6 oz.) can water 1 tbsp. honey 1/4 cup slivered almonds, toasted orange wedges Rinse anddry chicken. Mix flour, paprika and salt.Coat chicken with mixture. Melt butter in skillet and brown chicken slightly on all sides. Add remainder of ingredients except almonds. Cover and simmer 45 minutes. Add additional water if-sauce ~gets too thick. Arrange chicken on platter; sprinkle with toasted almonds and :':garnish with orange slices. ;?Serve extra sauce from i skillet over chicken. CORNBREAD AND BEAN CASS ,QLE 1 lb. hamburger, browned and drained 1 large can pinto beans 1 Can tomato soup 1 can water 1 can corn 1 tsp. chili powder 1/2 cup chopped onion 1/2 cup chopped green pepper 1 3/4 tsp. pepper Mix and pour into large casserole Topping: 3/4 cup self-rising corn- meal 3/4 cup water 1 tbsp. oil Mix and spread over bean mixture. Bake 350 degrees for about 1 hour. CHOCOLATE RAISIN SQUARES 1/2 cup butter 1 cup sugar 2 eggs, well beaten 1/2 cup flour 3 tbsp.cocoa 1/2 tsp. salt 2/3 cup raisins 1/2 cup nuts 1 tsp. vanilla Cream butter and sugar. Add eggs. Beat thoroughly. Combine dry ingredients and add to first mixture. Add raisins, nuts and vanil- la. Mix thoroughly. Pour into a well greased 8x8 inch pan. Bake 350 degrees 40-45 minutes. Cool. Cut into squares; TUNA CASSEROLE 1 pkg. noodles, cooked and drain 1 can tuna, flaked 1 can mushroom soup 3/4 cup milk Mix milk with soup. Put in buttered pan. Cover with bread crumbs. Bake 350 degrees for 20 minutes until bubbly and brown. Pre-K and Kindergarten registration atCopper Creek Elementary School Copper Creek to successfully enter Students four years of Elementary School is con- Kindergarten. It is offered age on or before September tinuing the registrationfor the full day and trans- 30 are eligible for Pre-K. process for Pre-K and portation is provided by the Students five years of age Kindergartenstudents forRussell County Schools on or before September 30 the 2017-2018 school year.transportation department, are eligible for If you missed the original Enrollment packets mayKindergarten. registration day, applica- be obtained at Copper All parents are encour- tions are still being taken at Creek Elementary with aged to begin the registra- the School. Parents may items to be completed tion process even though- come by and complete the before school begins, they may not have all process at~ any time or pick Items needed for officialrequired forms at the pres- up information packets, enrollment are birth certifi- ent time. If any other Pre-K programs Offer an cate, current physical, information is needed, academic and enrichment immunization records and please contact the school at program for all four year completed school registra- 276-794-9306. olds. Students are prepared tion forms. Help needed for Historical Society Join us Saturday, May will be for sale April 17 Tourism LOVE sign, 20, on the lawn of the Old through May 16 at the which is open to all, will Courthouse on Rte. 58 atExtension Office, the take place at 2:00 p.m. This Dickensonville, as we Dickenson-Bundy Craft program will take the place BLESS THE SEASON House, and the Russell of our regular Spring with "Dinner on the County Tourism Office. Meeting of the Historical Grounds" and the Seating is limited, so get Society. Please attend this Dedication of our new yours early. A buffet lunch- momentous occasion. symbol of LOVE.-Tickets eon will be presented at Sponsored by the for "Dinner on the 12:00 noon by The Historical Society, Grounds" are $25.00 and Farmer's Table with Chef Cooperative Extension, When: Salurday, April 29 from 12-2 PM Where: Robert E. Jessee Food Bank, ~ 58 ('~.stlewood ;25.00 Per Person includes food, canvas, and slq~paies. Sponsored by: Meriting Star Church FundraJser to build a church in the Philippines. Items of interest... Marsh Regional Blood Drive. Thursday April 20: Morgan McClure Castlewood from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m; and St. Paul Food City from 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. Virginia-Kentucky District Fair exhibits will be accepted on Sunday, June 4,.2:00-5:00 p.m. No entries accepted after 5:00 p.m. Exhibit judging will take place on Monday, June 5, beginning at 9:30 a.m. The exhibit building will be closed to the public during judging. Entries must be removed from the exhibit building on Sunday, June 11, 2:00-3:00 p.m. For more information contact Emily Wells at 276-328-6194 or via pom- frey@vt.edu oooeeooooeoomoeomoe~ : Cinema City i Stadium Theatres : Movie Hotline For 8howtimes i : 276-679-4252 Check Showtirnes Online ' nortoncinema.com : :CENTRAL : DRIVE- IN : Et~ackwoo~, VA * 276-679-,3761 : AUU-TS= Sa C.,LUn'=N= S4 : We Fix: Basements, Crawlspaces, Cracked/Settling Foundations, Bowing Walls SINGLE WIDES DOUBLE WIDES HOUSES WWW~METALROOFOVER.COM by VA CAROLINA BUILDINGS, IN( I Q Serving you since 1972 Caf Now. 10% Limited Time Coupon L. ..... Charlie Howard. Menu and the Russell County includes: Quiche Lorraine,' Tourism Committee. All Country Ham Frit.tata, and profits go to the Historical Russell County Beef Stew, Society to be used for proj- Sugar Snap Peas, Pasta ects on our buildings and Salad, Beverages, and grounds. Contact: Helen Desserts. Dedication of the Owens 276-889-3383. 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