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28 Thursday, January 16, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Gailey selected for state career awareness team by Patti Babcock Gazette staff PAHRUMP-Rosemary Clarke Middle School Principal, Herb Galley, will represent Nye County on the state's Career Path- way/Guidance Action Team. Galley's participation on the 15 member team, selected from educators state wide, was re- quested by State Department of Education Consultant Janet Wright. The team was scheduled to meet for the first time January 13, in Reno. The team is responsible for developing a state wide career awareness exploration and guidance system focusing on careers. The effort has two phases. The first is to identify state wide cluster areas. The second is to establish a state wide model for implementation sometime next year. Gailey says middle school is not too early for students to begin career preparation. Sixth grade students can begin with looking at being responsible by good attendance and being on-time. f i WHEN I STINK, DON'T WASH ME- i BRUSH ME! YOU MAY NEVER HAVE TO WASH YOUR DOG -GAIN! JUST BRUSH ON TO YOUR DRY DOG AND ELIMINATE ODOR AT ONCE AVAILABLE ONLY AT- e) PAHRUMP I TOWARDS THE PURCHASE OF . Grades are about being successful in specific areas. For example, a student who excels in math might think about accounting while another who excels in English might pursue writing. Middle School students should progress from the basics to job shadowing by grade eight. They should learn to work well with people at all levels. The princi- would like to have students at els participate in sometypeofcom- munity service sotheyknow what it means to have a job. Galley de- scribes members of the Nye County School Board as pro- gressive people who have placed an empha- sis on preparing students to be suc- cessful, pro- ductive, em- ployed citizens Herb Galley when they leave school. To meet this goal the board has created a Career Guidance Task Force chaired by Dr. Marshall Forstot. Both Galley and Pahrump Valley High School Principal Jerry Hill chair sub- committees. The task force, with members from all over Nye County, is charged with developing a career guidance program to be implemented in the middle and high schools sometime next year. Bishop Veterinary Hospital Tonopah Clinic Dr. Lind will be in Tonopa;h k January 22, 1996 _ll*r "' We will be offering tow cost vaccinations for our Nevada clients in January. Friday, January 24j Fishlake Valley at the Fishhke Store 1 i a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday, January 24 Silver Peak at the Community Center 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. January 25 at the Tonoph Office 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. GoldField, court house parking lot 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Round Mountain 2:30 to 3:30. DHLPP/C will be $14, Fie Urv $14, Feleuk $I 4, Robies $4. Please hve dogs on a leash and cats in d carrier. During the month o[ February teeth cleaning will be $48.75. For dental work please call for an appointment, 482-6458 or (619) 873-5801. There will be regular o[Fice hours January 92. li a II I I I I I I II I l " Primary care, laboratory and radiology services Affiliated visiting medical specialists Special series of educational lectures for seniors Most major insurances accepted Office Hours: M-F, 8 am to 12 pm and 1 to 5 pm Have questions? We will be happy to assist you. 1151 S H i g h w a y 1 60 * P a h U m Summit Family Healthcare A Division of Desert Springs Hospital 727-5509 p, Nevada 89048