Education Corner Do you have an all-time favorite author or book? If you do, please tell us about him/her/it. We’d love to find out what all our patrons enjoy reading. It helps us to select new titles to purchase. Let us know! Here is the schedule of events for the library for the month of September: The library will be closed Monday, September 6 in observance of Labor Day. Friends Night will take place Tuesday, September 7 at 7 p.m. Our guest speaker will be Mr. B. Eliot, author of “Why Do Women . . .?” Please join us for a wonderfully entertaining evening. All are invited. Toddler Time will be offered Monday, September 20. Please join us for stories, coloring and a light snack. All toddlers and their caregivers are invited to attend. Lunch & Learn will be offered
The Brownsville States-Graphic
Thursday, September 2, 2010
Anderson students in the groove
Katherine Horn Wednesday, September 22 at noon in the Library Meeting Room. Our guest speaker is yet to be announced. Please remember to bring a lunch, the library will provide drinks and dessert. Let’s Lunch & Learn at the Library! Book Sale Time Is Here Again! We have too many books on the sale tables and they need to be cleared off! We have a wide variety to choose from. We have hard-back, and paperback books. We have fiction and non-fiction and some reference. You never know what you will find at the book sale. Come and visit today. We also have too many unclaimed Reading Railroad books. These highquality, age-appropriate children’s books are $2 each and are located at the circulation desk. All proceeds from the sale of these books go directly back into Haywood County Reading Railroad. Happy Reading!
School is definitely underway now, especially for the little ones at Anderson Early Childhood Center. They are enjoying their new classes and teachers, lunchtime, of course, and lessons
in the classroom. All students can spend time in the computer lab, and one of the most favorite learning activities is putting puzzles together. It’s going to be a great year at Anderson!
Positive behavior pays! East Side Elementary School has initiated a school-wide positive behavior plan that models, teaches, and encourages students to behave positively to get the most our of their daily learning experiences. East Side has four rules: Come prepared, Act respectfully, Take responsibility, and Stay safe. Each area of the school has expectations in place to promote positive behavior that relate to the school-wide rules. The third- and fourth-grade students, along with their teachers, rotated throughout areas of the school, such as the cafeteria, gym, restroom, hallway, and playground, to
demonstrate examples and non-examples of how to behave in those areas. The administrators, guidance counselor, auxiliary teachers, and teacher assistants all joined in to train the students. Mrs. Humphreys says that she is looking forward to a great school year because students know what is expected of them and the school will reward them for their efforts. Throughout the year students will receive links for their classroom compliment chains, Wildcat tokens, and tickets that qualify them for a reward for following the rules as a class and as individuals.
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Recognizing “Business in Trouble” Indicators By Walter Battle
Students at East Side Elementary are working hard to achieve good behavior both outside the school and, of course, inside the classrooms. Whether singular or with the rest of the classroom, students can earn rewards for their behavior.
As we continue in these dire economic times, many business owners must determine if their operation is headed for trouble. In the August 26, 2010 edition of the University of Tennessee IPM Newsletter, Farm Management Specialist Chuck Danehower, reported on the indicators that indicate when a business is in trouble. Although these were identified at an agriculture conference, these indicators can be relevant to any business. These were identified by Dr. David Kohl, Professor Emeritus at Virginia Tech at the Mid-South Ag Finance Conference at UT Martin. Signs of a Business in Difficulty Accounts payables/ supplier credits > 10 percent of revenue Constant refinancing of operating loans
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