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Iii Julian News -----J .,,,o,..s.,.o,.o Pc 3 i; s 6 Julian, CA. 92036 Change Service Requesied ~ ~~ PERMIT NO. 30 JULIAN, CA Warner Springs and Wynola, II,h,h,h,hhh,h,h,h,hh,hhlh,,,Ih,,,llh,,I,hhl Small Town Papers TFN Volume 28 - Issue 08 217 W Cota St Wednesday October3, 2012 Julian, CA. Shelton WA 98584-2263 ISSN 1937-8416 JL //.~.1a,/,, Students, faculty staff all gathered together Friday to pay tribute to Mrs. Martha Masch on her fourty years service to Julian High School. Teacher, counselor, administrator, she's done it all.. Honored by Superintendant Schlottman, Board Martha Masch: Home Ec., MemberKatieMoretti Cheerteading Advisor, G.P.E. High School District Seeks Applicants For Governing Board Appointment and teacher Scott Munsion (both former students) and presented a boutique of flowers and card, signed by all of today's students, by ASB President Allison Duffy. Mrs. Masch tearfully thanked all, and expressed her gratitude, noting that in her long career she had been guided by the single principle of "putting students first." Discover Beauty" is the theme of this year's Julian Open Studios event, to be held October 6-7 from 10 until 4 each day. The creations of participating artists await discovery but the roads leading to them will also open new corners of San Diego's lovely Back Country to visitors. Held annually, the Open Studios is a time when Julian artists welcome gueets in their studios and homes and when galleries put on special displays continued on page 3 The Julian Union School District Governing Board is seeking applications from interested residents within the school districts boundaries to serve as a member of the Board in a four-year term that will be up for election in November 2016. Because only one person was nominated for the two positions to be filled, the Registrar of Voters has certified that no governing board member election will be held for the District on November 6, 2012. Board Members Susan Seiferth and Erik Fleet are currently serving terms that will expire in December, and only Member Fleet filed for re-election. Under provisions of the Education Code, Member Fleet will be seated as if he had been elected, and the District is required to appoint a qualified person to the remaining seat at a board meeting prior to the election. This meeting will be held on Thursday, October 18, 2012, at Julian Union High School in room 4 at 7:00 P.M. Qualified community members with a desire to serve in this important role are encouraged to contact Sherry LaChusa (760) 765- 0606, ext. 102, Applications are available at the Julian Union High School District Office, 1656 Highway 78 and on the JUHSD website at Applications must be received by 3:00 P.M. on Thursday, October 11, 2012. '" Julian Union High School District, the second oldest high school district in the county, was established in 1892. It includes a comprehensive high school, continuation high school and ROP program. The current high school population is approximately 170. The District has a dedicated teaching and support staff that exemplifies its mission statement "Empowering Our Students to Shape the Future". The Julian Union High School District respects the role of its Julian Arts Board Members, and values their commitment to the students of this community. Elected members provide leadership and citizen oversight Guild Annual to the District's schools, and work with the Superintendent to fulfill the Board's major roles. These roles include adoption of policies, Open Studios curriculum, budget and collective bargaining agreements, ensuring accountability to the local community, and providing community Tour This leadership and advocacy at the local, state and national levels on behalf of children, District programs and public education. The term of office for members is four years. Orientation and professional development are available to develop and enhance boardsmanship skills. Board members attend regular monthly meetings as well as special and emergency meetings when necessary. The Julian Union High School District is committed to helping each student reach his or her potential and beyond, and boasts one of best API scores for high schools in San Diego County. The staff cares for and gets to know each student personally. Students regularly qualify for and attend some of the best colleges and universities in the nation. Julian offers small class sizes and many co-curricular programs to support students throughout their high school careers. The District enjoys total community support and has a large base of volunteers who bring a myriad of experiences and skills to our students. JUHSD offers a variety of Advanced Placement courses as well as a full Agricultural 'Program that competes at the County and State levels bach year. Eagles Enioy Some Home Cookin' by H. "Buddy" Seifert Another perfect afternoon for football in Paradise. The Sherman Indian School Braves travelled down from the far reaches of Riverside County to take on our Eagles at home. They left with apple pies from Apple Alley. Julian won the opening coin toss and elected to take the opening kick. Jr. TE Tony Moniz was in the midfield when he took the Braves kick at Julian's 40. He juked his way through a passel of much larger Braves for 27' yards before being brought down at Sherman's 33. Sr. RB Clint Southcott let the league know he is back with a 9-yard rumble over, around and through the Braves defense. 2nd and 1 at the Braves 24. Younger brother Cole put his two cents worth in with a wideout around left end for the TD. Whoops, yellow hanky time; Holding, Julian. Ten yard penalty from the spot of the foul, 2nd and 11 from the 30. QB Hunter McConnell fades way back and lofts one to The Soaring Eagle. Tah finally gets tripped up at the Braves 9. First down Julian. Sizing up the speed, or in this case the lack of, Coach White calls in a reverse, which Cole and Tah execute perfectly, and the Eagles score with 1 minute and 39 seconds off the clock. Brian Garcia comes in and splits the uprights for the PAT and Julian is up by 7. Brian's kickoff goes through the Braves endzone and the ball is brought out to the Braves' 20. The Braves start out with some good old smash mouth football with a run up the gut by their RB Luis Aguilar for a 2-yard pick up. They follow up with another yard and they are looking at a 3rd and 7 from their own 23. The Eagles defense hiccups and a stop at :the line of scrimmage picks up 15 because of a facemask call on an Eagles defender. First and 10 at their own 38. The Braves' prosperity quickly vanishes when they are held for a net 1-yard on the next two plays and they have to.punt it away. Under pressure, the Braves punter gets off a wobbly kick to the Eagles 30, where Cole picks it up and is almost smothered, but he squirms his way out of there and is finally brought down at Sherman's 29. Hunter fades way back, there's no one open, can't get the ball off. Sacked for an 11-yard loss. Hunter gets sacked for another 3' yards on his next attempt. Hunter is way back now, they're coming he keeps fading, knocked down by the defense with another 10- yard loss. 4th and 34.Brian comes in to punt it away. Brian's punt booms down field and is picked up by@ Braves back. Overcome by the hospitality and generosity of our Eagles, he promptly drops the ball and Cole recovers at Sherman's 35. Was it Coach White's plan for this all along?? Tah swings around from the right end of the line and takes Hunter's hand off for 18 yards. Cole gets the next shot around from left sidel but before he gets across the goal line, an Eagle gets caught holding. Still a first down at the Braves' 21. Big brother's turn as Clint takes the ball to the Braves' 10 for another Eagles first down. Moniz takes it the rest of the way for the Eagles 2nd TD of the day. Brian's PAT kick splits the uprights as the whistle sounds ending the first quarter. The second quarter opens with Brian's kick down to the Braves' 18 and the kick is brought back to Sherman's 44. Sherman picks up short yardage and on second down, the Braves QB makes a continued on page 10 From The Sua rint@ndents Office Julian High School Math Scores Way Up Greetings from Julian High School! As you may have heard, our scores on standardized tests in math, science and history are way up. Here's a quick review of the progress we've made. (The numbers represent the percent of students at Julian High who passed the State Exams over the past two years.) Julian High Grades Math 9-11 Science 9-11 History 9-11 2010-2011 2011-2012 Change in School YearSchool Year Percentage Points 14% 37% Up23 45% 69% Up 24 44% 57% Up 12 We also did very well in comparison to the other high schools in our area. The chart below shows the percentage of local area high school students who passed each subject area test at the end of last year---May 2012. As you can tell, we did better than all the other high schools in our region. English History'-- (End Math Sciences of Course Exams) Julian High Grades 61.6% I 57,0% 37.0% 69.3% Ramona High 9-11 53.0% [ 51,3% 31.0% 57.9% Borrego Springs ...... 9,,.11 39,4% 7.4% 25.3% Warner Springs 7-11 44.1% I 33.3% 25.0% 26.5% Mountain Empire ....... 9711 i 33,3% [ 34.9% ....... 11.6% 24.2% We also did better than the average score for all students taking these tests in the County and the Statet Check out the chart below! Once again, it shows the percentage of students who passed each subject area test in May 2012. " Ft.A Hi~tnrv Math Sciences 1 I I --I ........ t ...... I I Julian High Grades 61.6% 57.0% 37.0% 69.0% I 941I s74% i 510% I 330% i-- sl ---I 47 0% California As the Superintendent of the High School District I would like to thank our students, teachers and parents for their support over the past year that has made these increases possible! Great job! We still have work to do--and are already busy making the changes necessary to move forward! Part of our strategy is to recruit enthusiastic and capable volunteers who would like to help our students with their reading and math skills. If you're interested, please contact me at the High School office! In the meantime, know that Julian High takes learning seriously and that improvements have been made! Football Friday, August 31 L 22-30 Borrego Friday September 7 L 41 - 0 Hamilton (Anza) Friday, September 14 W 34.10 Lutheran Friday, September21 L 42- 13 Calvin Christian Friday, September 28 W 38-8 Sherman Indian School Teacher & Staff Appreciation Day Saturday, October 6 away Classical Academy at Orange Glen HS 7 PM Friday, October 12 HOME Calvary Christian HOMECOMING 2:30 or 7PM Friday, October 19 HOME San Pasqual Academy Senior Night - 2:30 or 7PM Friday, October 26 away Borrego 7PM Friday, November 2 away Vincent Memorial 7PM Volleyball Thursday, August 30 W 3-1 San Diego Jewish Academy Tuesday, September 4 W3-2 Classical Academy High Thursday, September 6 W3-1 Ocean View Academy Saturday, september 8 Joshua Springs Tournament Third Place Wednesday, September 19 W3-O Calexico Adventist Mission School Thursday, September 20 W3-2 Borrego Springs High School Saturday, September 22 1-3 Pacific Ridge Tournament Monday, September 24 L 0-3 Escondido Adventist Wednesday, September 26 W 3-0 Vincent Memorial High Wednesday, October 3 away Calipatria High School Friday, October 5 HOME Mountain Empire High School Wednesday, October 10 away Warner Springs High School Thursday, October 11 away Calexico Adventist Mission Wednesday, October 17 away Borrego Springs High School Friday, October 19 HOME Vincent Memorial High School Monday, October 22 HOME Warner High School Friday, October 28 CrossCountry Saturday, September 15 Mt.Carmel Movin Shoes Invitational Friday, September 21 Citrus League #1 at Julian Friday, October 5 Citrus League #2 at Lake Morena Friday, October 19 Citrus League #3 at Guajome Park Friday, November 2 Citrus League #4 at Borrego Friday, November g Citrus League Finals at Lake Morena Saturday, November 17 * San Diego ClF Finals at Morley Field 8am Julian Meadow VicwInn 61,7"-- 10:00 am to 5:00 p.t