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January 28, 2009 $7so, ooo P TIE ""e o'h'n JULIAN PI OPE continuedfrompage l At that time in her life, Penny 93q MAIN STI%EET, JULIAN C01%NEI% OF MAIN AND C STI%EETS 760-765--0192 WW JULIANPI%0PEI%TIES.COM We have information on all homes available in the Julian area. CHARMING LOG CABIN Great Views - Huge Deck $245,000 Mr. Peabody Speaks Out On The Status Of The High School BANK OWNED PROPERTIES SHORT SALES OPPORTUMTY OF A LIFETIME Dear Parents and Community Members, Second semester has started and I would like to thank you, your children and the staff of Julian High School for your patience and flexibility surrounding the "snow days" during final exams. I know that coming back from an extended break then having exams was not an ideal way to assess our students, but all of our teachers took this into account before assigning grades. There are some important activities and opportunities to serve the school that I would like to share. ATTENTION SENIOR PARENTS: The Senior Class Annual Grand Auction is fast approaching! Mark your calendars for February 7, 6:00 pm, and please join us for thi~ exciting fundraisin~, event. We have received numerous donations from local businesses as well as businesses throughout San Diego and California. We would still like to acquire more donations before the Auction so the senior class is asking for your help in a few areas. Please ask family, friends, and associates to donate items for the auction, and/or invite them to the event. Donations may either be sent through your senior, dropped off at the main office, or the donor may call and we will have someone pick up the item. We would like to have all items by February 2. Also, if as a senior parent you would like to volunteer to help at the Auction in some capacity, please contact Ms. Kern. All seniors are expected to attend the auction and must speak with Ms. Kern if they have a conflict. Seniors will also be asked to bring refreshments for the evening including finger foods, snacks, desserts, and drinks. Thank you all for the support you have given thus far, and we look forward to seeing you at this fun and exciting event! CAHSEE Testing All tenth grade students and those students who are making another attempt at the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) will be taking the exam on February 3rd and 4th. It is important that these students come rested and ready to do their best, because succeeding on this test is a requirement for graduation. School Site Council We have a vacancy on the council for a parent representative. We meet every other month and work on the academic focus of the school and how to spend our categorical funds. If you are interesting in serving, please call Kim Dalton at 765-0606'ex. 102. Spring Musical Don Winslow, Garnette Welch and the entire theater community are at again. After a series of very successful musicals they have chosen to present Annie Get Your Gun this year. The dates for the performances are March 1,9.20 and 21st-we hope to see you there. Booster Club We are lucky to have a group of dedicated parents and community members who work tirelessly to support the athletic programs at the school. They need your help. If you are interested in working along side some fantastic folks to ensure CALL NOW 760.765.0192 our students have the materials to compete please call Teresa Woolley a.t 765-2392. After School Achievement Program If you have not heard, your students have the opportunity to attend the new after school program. Activities varyfrom day- to-day with sessions including driver training, pie making, Friday Night Live and "How to start a clothing company." In addition, tutors are available for students who would like extra help with their studies. Late buses run at 4:00 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Budget As you-know the state budget is not getting any better and we are facing some stiff cuts to our budget. I will be presenting some possible cuts to the school board at a budget workshop on February 5th and we will develop a plan at our regular meeting on February 19th. Our responsibility is to ensure that your children receive the highest quality education that we can provide - and we will. Whatever you have heard - NO DECISIONS HAVE BEEN MADE ABOUT NEXT YEARS' BUDGET. We appreciate your support, the wonderful young people you send to us. and the spirit they create at our school. Regards, Jim Peabody Wear your learning like your watch, in a private pocket, and do not pull it out and strike it merely to show that you have one. --Lord Chesterfield E-File, IRS continued from page 7 developed through a partnership between the IRS and the Free File Alliance LLC. The Alliance is a group of private-sector tax software companies. Free File benefits'include: 20 different software options for taxpayers with an Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) of 556,000 or less. Options in Spanish-- Three companies are offering their products in Spanish this year. A brand new option called "Fillable Forms" which opens up Free File to virtually everyone, even those whose incomes exceed $56,000. Free File Fillable Tax Forms allows taxpayers to fill out and file their tax forms electronically, just as they would on paper. It does not include an "interview" process like the other Free File offerings, but it does allow taxpayers to enter data, perform basic math calculations, sign electronically and print and e-file their returns. This "self-service" option may be right for those who are comfortable with the tax law, know what forms they want to use or don't need help. Both the tillable-forms option and the previously available "full service" Free File offerings are available only through the IRS. gov Web site. Taxpayers must use IRS.gov as a portal to he sure use is free. More than 352.000 tax returns were e-filed through the Free File program last year from California taxpayers. wasalicensed massage therapist, specializing in rehabilitating hand injuries. She worked in an occupational therapy clinic, treating clients whose conditions severely affecting the quality of their lives. Many were disabled, at least temporarily, and were experiencing enormous life challenges. Penny naturally found herself coaching these people tO succeed in their rehabilitation and their lives in general. "1 noticed a certain perception in some of my clients", Penny recalls. "They were people that said 'Right now, this is my situation and I want to do everything I can to get better. I want to get involved in my therapy and I want to work on this True merit, like a river, the deeper it is, the less noise it makes. Edward Frederick Halifax together.' Those were the clients that got the best results", Penny remembers. "1 didn't see them returning later because they had another injury or their problem returned." Penny realized these "proactive" clients gave her the most job satisfaction. S,he also noted it was the coaching aspect of her job that made her passionate about interacting with them. "So I decided to become a Certified Life Coach", she said. Penny discovered that her perfect career is a larger profession than most people realize. There are approximately 15,000 certified life coaches practicing in 90 countries. The profession's governing board, the International Coaching Federation, presents an annual conference that draws members from 50 to 60 nations. Penny also found there was numerous life coaching schools teaching a variety of related methods. For her studies, she chose The Coaches Training Institute. located in San Rafael, CA. "It resonated with me", Penny said about the school's curriculum and vision. "1 knew that was who I wanted to be in the world". Penny completed her initial course study and with advanced training she became certified. While working in the field, she is continuing her postgraduate education in Calgary, Alberta. Canada (where she presently resides) at the Center for Right Relationships at the University of Calgary. Being relatively new. life coaching is sometimes a misunderstood profession. "Life Coaching is not counseling or therapy", Penny explained. "With therapy, you go to an "expert" that diagnoses your condition and then treats you for that. It's a hierarchal relationship - it's the The Julian News 9 expert at the top and you're the patient." "As a life coach, I don't tell my clients what's wrong with them or what to do", Penny said. "The fundamental concept of life coaching is everyone is naturally resourceful, creative and whole and they have their own answers within them. We work as a team, and through a process of discovery, we become clear about what's most important to the client in their life." "The process begins with the client identifying his or her core values", Penny related. She explained that when someone's actions run against their core values, it creates discord and disharmony in their lives. That can result in the inability to achieve their goals and reach their human potential. Their relationships and careers may suffer, and the result can be underachievement and unhappmess. "After we discover together what a client's core values are, we can identify the areas in their lives that do and do not align with those values", Penny said. When a client recognizes self- defeating attitudes or self-limiting behaviors, Penny works with them to set up new structures in their lives. These new structures support the expression of their core values and the achievement of their goals. The result is the client gets "unstuck" and moves forward in their life, toward a more successful career, relationships that are more satisfying, etc. 'Tm their champion, their sounding board, their cheerleader", Penny states. But she is quick to point out an.. important aspect of her service." I hold my client accountable for what they tell me is important to them", she said. "They are not hiring me for a chit-chat, they are hiring me to help them recognize their fullest potential and achieve it. I'm going to hold them to a higher standard than their friends or family would." With the current economic turmoil, Penny expects to be busier than ever. "A lot of people are going to-have to reinvent themselves. They will have to hone their competitive edge. To compete, they will have to become clearer what their strengths are, who they want to be in the world and what type of impact they want to make". As a life coach, Penny knows they will need a new awareness, and creative structures that inspire them to "stay in action", and accountability to get there. Come hear more about how she does that January 31st at- the library. The library is located at 1850 Highway 78. For more information, please call (760) 765-0370. 5** It is not titles that honor men, but men that honor titles. -- Niccolo Machiavelli LA#P OFFICE FINE HILLS 6.Z~ Acres -- Your horses will love this fabulous view site with e, ompleted proposed ~t ~g. septic layout. Eeeem"ly surveyed ...... ........................................ ~.Z~O, O00 $.Z1 Acres ~ l~reathtakiMg Pa~ramio View Lot. Completely Surveyed. Has proposed Sa,d Piego County Health Pepart~e~ septic layout for, ~ ~lt, residenee. ~ller will provide eou,ty approval with acceptable offer ................ ~Z6~,000 Z.06 Aere~ - Fawraetie View Lot Eeady To 0o! 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