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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, October 22, 2015 Page 5 In Memory of Mrs. Louisa Holton Morris Biciunas visits Castlewood After School Mrs. Louisa Holton Morris, a former St. Paul resident and long-term member of the St. Paul High School faculty, died Sunday, October 13th in Roanoke, Virginia. She was 106 years of age. Mrs. Morris began her long teaching career at St. Paul High School in 1932 the rock-bottom year of the Great Depression. She was in her early 20's at the time and was a recent graduate of the University of Kentucky. Was she daunt- ed by the task ahead of her? Not likely. The stu- dent editors of the 1934 yearbook proclaimed her to be "Little but loud." Originally an instruc- tor of home economics, Mrs. Morris later taught science and government as A portrait of St. Paul's "Miss Holton" when she was about 25 years of age. well. When a cafeteria was added to the school in the 1950's, Mrs. Morris was its first manager. She planned nutritious, balanced meals within the school's budget and ensured the facility's compliance with state reg- ulations. Over a half-cen- tury later, former students still remember those satis- fying 25 cent lunches pre- pared in a spotless kitchen by a skilled staff- using imagination and lots of USDA surplus commodi- ties. They also remember the neatly-kePt Home Economics Cottage with its bright flower beds which was Mrs. Morris' bustling domain. From the 1930's until the 1970's Mrs. Louisa Holton Morris gave gener- ations of school children her best. As a Teacher, she helped foster and mold the community 9f individuals who remain here today. Last week her long, long journey came to an end. Her full obituary appears on Page 3 of this issue of the Clinch Valley Times. Leonardo Biciunas of Beverly Shores, Indiana, visited the Castlewood High and Castlewood Elementary School programs on October 15. During the program RESPECT ROCKS! Biciunas used songs and music to entertain, educate, and empow- er participants in the 21st CCLC After School programs. As a Parent's Choice Award winning musician, Leonardo Music performs acrdss the US. The event was a coordinated effort between the Castlewood 21st Century After School Programs. The programs provide morning remediation sessions Monday through Friday from 7:30 until 8:30 at the high school and After School programs Monday through Thursday from 3:30 until 5:30 at both the high school and elementary schools. Opportunity school is also available at the high school Monday through Thursday after- noons providing students with certified staff to assist with homework help, making up missed assignments, remediation, and use the computer lab. A light aftem0on snack and bus transportation are provided for participants. The program is free to all participants. For more information contact the main office of either school. The Wise County Domestic calls Sheriff's Office reports the period was 0. following activities for the Criminal Process for period of 10/05/2015 this period: Served 24 through 10/11/2015. Felony Warrants, 22 Wise Central Dispatch Misdemeanor Warrants, 0 received a total of 1,739 DUI Arrests. calls for this seven-dayCivil Process Served: period. 465 Civil Papers Of the total calls Traffic Accidents: 7 received 422 were dis- 15 Additional Criminal patched to the Sheriff'sInvestigations were initiat- Office ed and 23 Cleared by Tofal number of Arrest. for this Sheriff's Office provid- ed 256 man-hours of Court Room Security. Unlocked Vehicles: 26 Escorted Funerals: 5 The Sheriff's Office Total Transport for this period: 6 Total Transport Hours: 18.5 2,320 Visitors to Courthouse. SWCC offers RN Return to Practice Class The RN Return to Practice Class is a comprehensive refresher class covering medical-surgical nursing, maternal child nursing, psychiatric nursing, and pharma- cology and is being offered at Southwest Virginia Community College (SWCC). The classroom portion will consist of 18 weeks of online coursework. There will be Friday and Saturday skill labs and clinical simulation in the High Fidelity Multi-dis- ciplinary Simulation Center at SWCC's main campus. This class prepares students to work in the areas of Medical-surgery, OB, Pediatrics, Psychiatric; upon course completion students should qualify for most entry level RN positions. RN Return to Practice is designed for RN's with cur- rent, inactive, or lapsed licenses, as well as, students who have graduated from a nursing program but need a refresher course for licensure. Tuition is only $2,649 for 156 course hours. Class begins on November 1st. To learn more about this training, available tuition assistance, and registration help, contact Lyn Tatum at (276) 964-7581 or Visit the library and check out a book today ...... Isla and the Happily Ever After by Stephanie Perkins-- Hopeless 'romantic Isla has had a crush on introspec- tive cartoonist Josh since their first year at the School of America in Paris. And after a chance encounter in Manhattan over the summer, romarice might be closer than Isla imagined. But as they begin their senior year back in France, Isla and Josh are forced to confront the challenges every young couple must face, includ- ing family drama, uncer- tainty about their college futures, and the very real possibility of being apart. Featuring cameos from fan-favorites Anna, l~ti- enne, Lola, and Cricket, this sweet and sexy story of true love--set against the stunning backdrops of New York City, Paris, and Barcelona--is a swoon worthy conclusion to Stephanie Perkins's beloved series. Visit our school website for updates at http://chs.russell.k / Visit http:/]www.cum- a current listing of Blue Devil sports' schedules. Support the Blue Devils by joining the Booster Club. Meetings held the first Monday of each month at 6 p.m. After School and Morning Remediation-- Also, students and parents are reminded that Morning Remediation, After School, and Opportunity School is now available to all Castlewood High School students. A calendar is given to all students detail- ing the times, locations, and activities for the month. Transportation and a free snack are provided each day. Morning remedi- alion is open to all CHS students 7:30 to 8:30 Monday through Friday. Students should listen to announcements for sched- ule changes--Library Open (M/W/F 7:30-8:30); Earth Science Remediation (All Students) (T/TH 7:30- 8:30--Couch Room 113); English Remediation (All Students) (M-F--Altizer Room 126); Social Studies Remediation (All Students) (M/W 7:30-8:30-- Marshall Room 201) (T/TH 7:30-8:30 Rasnick Room 203); Math Remediation (All Students) (W/F 7:30-8:30---Higgins Room 107); Technology Lab (All Students) (M-F 7:30-8:30---Allen Room 218). i Wednesday, October 21--Cross Country at Oxbow at 4:30. Thursday, October 22--8th Grade," JV and Varsity Volleyball home against Rye Cove at 5:00. Thursday, October 22--8th Grade and JV Football at Lebanon at 6:00. Friday, October 23--Varsity Football at JI Burton at 7:00. Tuesday, October 27--8th Grade, JV and Varsity Volleyball at Twin Springs at 5:00. Wednesday, October 28--8th Grade, JV and Varsity Volleyball at Ridgeview at 5:00. Friday, October 30---Powder Puff Football Game at 7:00 on CHS Football Field sponsored by the CHS Wrestling Team. Cost is $5.00 per player and they must sign a participation form and waiver from the office. Friday, October 30--Powder Puff Football Game at 7:00 on CHS Football Field sponsored by the CHS Wrestling Team. Cost is $5.00 per player and they must sign a participation form and waiver from the office. Monday, November 2--Teacher Workday--No School for Students! Tuesday, November 3--Election Day--No School! Friday, November 6--Varsity Football at Eastside at 7:00. Castlewood Elementary honor roll Castlewood Elementary Stanley, Madison School honqr roll for the Sutherland, Bailee Varney, first six weeks of the Hannah White, Olivia school year include: White, Victoria Woods. GRADE 3: All A's; GRADE 5: All A's; Aidan Edwards, Aidan Kimber Amos, Robert Goode, Ethan Greear, Baker, Maddox Barnette, Jaydance Howard, Heath Abbygale Bradley, Adam Kiser, Alana Smith, Alex Gibson, Joshua Glovier, White. A&B; Braiden Jadah Greear, James Austin, Julie Blevins, Kaci Grizzle,CamilleJones, Boyd, Katilyn Castle, Alexis Kite, Aubrey Noah Charles, Kinsley Linkous, SydneeMcNew, cheruk, Savana Duty, Ethan Nuckols, Tiffany Lydia Elam, Samuel Proffitt, Brandon Salyer, Gibson, Payton Hamilton,Dylan Salyers, Cowan Brayden Houchins, Worley. A&B; Kyle Branson Jessee, Gabriel Auville, MadisonBarton, Jones, Terrance Jones, Cierra Cook, Lacie Elizabeth Kantsos, Hensley, Riley Hileman, Cheyenne Keith, Connor Hailey Keith, Jacob Lasley, Ke/anedy, zoe Light, John Kaden Lasley, Haley Long, Lexus Mullins, Lewis, Karly Maxfield, Maddox Nuckols, Stormy Austin Meade, Madison Odum, Maggie Phillips, Mullins, Gabriella Phillips, Matthew Rife, Kaden Kobe Roman, Joshua Robinson, Katelyn Salyer, Salyer, Haley Schrump, Riley Steffey, Zachery Hannah White, Karlie Thompson, Jacob Vilchis, White. DaltenWoodruff. GRADE 6: All A's; GRADE 4: All A's; Layne Bush, Coleman Lilian Barva, Jillian Bush, Cook, Cheryl Elam, Joshua Abbey Collins, Kalista Hall, Hunter Hill, Cole Ford, Trenton Gillum, Jessee, Lauren Johnson, Thomas King, Braylan Rylan Jordan, Tyler Jordan, Massengill, Forrest Madison McConnell, McConnell, Jaden Palmer, Bradley McCoy, Montana Aleah Phillips, Steven Sutherland. A&B; Emily Somervell. A&B; Duty, Devin Dye, Jayla Nathaniel Bush, Charles Evans, Isabella Hood, Clayman, Benjamin Dylan Ingle, Stormy .Crabtree, Andrea Dean, Kantsos, Andrew Robert Dishman, Paris McMillan, Benjamin Hall, Korey Head, JosephNeece, Sara Painter, Carter Johnson, Katherine Kiser, Parsell,, Kira Patrick, Luke Abigail McKnight, Peak, Dalton Phillips, Brenden Phillips, Izabelle Kevin Powers, Brittany Rasnake, Jason Riggs, Julia Roberts, Olivia Salyers, BryannaSteffey, Christopher Taylor, Rylee Trent, Samuel Turner, Zoe Wampler. GRADE 7: All A's; Abigail Baker, Brooke Banner, Mackenzie Bentley,Micky Carter, Hailey Chambers, Lillian Clark, Nicholas Deboard, Katrina Hughes, Kendra Ingle, Seth Jones, Justin Long, Spencer Matda, Mackenzie Maxfield, Erica McCowan, Gavin Monk, Alannah Mullins, Alexis Phillips, Jason Powers, Amber Robertson, MaKayla Taylor, Jennifer Terry, Brooke Traverse, Anneliese White. A&B; Jacob Allen, Jeremiah Allen, Colin Austin, Madison Austin, Brandon Beutler, Riley Boone, Dawson Boyd, Matthew Bright, Nathaniel Canter, Luz Cardenas, Jaydon Castle, Emma Clayman,. Courtney Combs, Kolton Creech, Justin Fields, Taylor Fields, Joshua Greer, Hunter Hicks, Cheyanne Hill, Gabriel Hulsey, JanaKay Kiser, Savannah Meade, Dalton Neece, Breanna Salyers, Jackson Salyers, Ashlyn Scarberry, Larry Skeens, Isaac Smith, Faith Statzer, Emily Stebbins, Hannah Surrett, Carl Turner, Daniel White, Robin Witt. 2008 Tahoe LTZ 4x4