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August 11, 1994 bt (larzaben :lttta Kindergarten Small School Box Box of 8 Crayons-Basic Standard size Scissors-Child Safe; Stain- Cutting Edge Embedded In Plastic Elmer's School Glue No. 2 Standard Pencil Box of 8 Large Markers- :Classic Colors Three Ring Black Binder NOtebook 1 Spiral Notebook of Paper 2 Two Pocket Folder Slip on P.E. Shoes One Box of Zip-Loc Baggies 1 Box of Kleenex 1 Large Eraser Please write your child's on each item! First Grade 2 Large Boxes of Kleenex 4 Six Sided No. 2 Pencils 1 Box of 16 Crayolas 2 Glue Sticks & 1 Elmer's 1 Water Colors 1 Eraser 1 Box of Washable Markers 2 Red Grading Pencils 3 Solid Colored-2 Pocket 1 School Box 1 Spiral Notebook 70-80 pp. 1 Pair of Scissors 1 Paint Shirt P.E. Shoes (will be kept at $3.00 for Weekly Reader Plastic File Box for 3"x5" 2 Packages 3"x5" Index Cards 1 Package Alphabetized Guides 3"x5" Second Grade 2 #2 Pencils Eraser Elmer's Glue-White Only Second Grade 2 #2 Pencils Eraser Elmer's Glue-White Only Crayons (16) Scissors-Fdskars For Kids School Box-Small Only Kleenex 4 Folders With Pockets 2 Spiral Notebooks Marker-Broadline Primary Count Wide Rule Ruler u putmw,t o .pom.o. 2 Red Pencils $2.65 For Scholastic News P.E. Shoes (will be kept at school) Water Colors Third Grade 2 Pencils Extra Eraser Notebook Paper (regular width lines) Notebook (small Plastic) Crayola Crayons Scissors Elmer's Glue 1 Spiral Kleenex (Large) Ruler 1 Folder (with Inside Pock- et) $2.95 For Scholastic News Colored Markers (optional) Fourth Grade 3 Ring Loose Leaf Notebook Loose Leaf Notebook Paper 2 Pocket Folders 5 Small Spiral Notebooks (regular size paper) #2 Pendls Scissors (Fiskars For Kids) GLue Crayons Kleenex (1 regular box Mrs. I-Iankins) Water Colors 12" Ruler with metric- wooden $2.95 For Scholastic Newspaper 2 Red Pencils Fifth Grade Loose Leaf Notebook Loose Leaf Notebook Paper Ink Pen #2 Pencils Fee: $3.25 for Scholastic News Colored Markers 4 Spiral Notebooks Eraser Map Colors Crayons Scissors Glue 12" Ruler Protractor Compass (Second Semester) Kleenex CIARENDON BRONCOS New Students Placed For 1994-95 Classes Students who have attended the pre-registration days for Clarendon Elementary have been assigned classes according to Elementary Principal Mike Word. New students to the district and corrections to the previous fists are listed below. As a reminder to parents and students, the first day of classes for Clarendon School students will be Friday, August 19, 1994. Claren- don faculty, staff, and admlnlstra- ion are looking forward to an ex- citing and productive school year. Kindergarten: Mrs. White's Room - Collin Allison, Jacob Iving, Laura Lindsey, Geary Mar- tin, Travis Maxwell; Mrs. Duncan's Room - Russell Ouinn, Jeremy Jeffers, Terron Me- CampbelL 1st Grade: Mrs. Gribble's Room - Braxton Allison, Shawna Barker, Misti Irving; Mrs. Perryman's Room - Kimberly Tol- bert, Jason Sinclair, Edith Mincey, Carmen Hamilton. 2nd Grade: Mrs. Zehr's Room - Brandon Moody; 3rd Grade: Ashlee Allsion's Room - Lesa Thornberry;, 4th Grade:Mrs. Duncan's Room - Jacob Mondragon, Rebecca Sinclair; Mrs. Hankins ROom - Phillip Vor- hels. Linda's Day Care 929 W. 5th - Clarendon 874-2875 State Ucensed for all Ages. e000000r00ep.a arly Bird Back, ,ll/L. to School Dont forget00E000000',fr00 e open ! o DRNING DOESN'T L DRUNK DRIVERS. 4lonzo Drake, killed 3/17/91 at Pm on Robbins Rd., Harvest, AL. Next time your friend insists on  drunk, do , ,aht:elt tr nakeset you will live with yourself? P Will Be Closed For Vacation From Saturday, August 6th Until Monday, August 15th (Carryouts Only Fdday Evening, August 5th) am S. Kmmey  e74-270e Broncos-erom p. 1. Butler, freshman, will be Tail Back and Linebacker. And Clemmie Smith, sophomore, will be Tight End and Defensive End. The J.V. Team will consist of 11 players. Louis Ellerbrook, junior, will be Offensive Guard and Defensive End. B.J. Hamilton, sophomore, will be Offensive Guard and Linebacker. Romald Tabor, sophomore, will be Offen- sive Tackle and Defensive Tackle. Matt Arriola, sophomore, Often- sive Tackle and Defensive Tackle. Jeremy Shelly, freshman, will be Offensive Guard and IAnebacker. Max Rippetoe, freshman, will be Offensive Tackle and Linebacker. Theo Oliver, junior, will be Wide Receiver and Defensive Back. Chris Chamberlain, sophomore, will be Wide Receiver and Linebacker. Kyle Judd, sophomore, will be Quarterback and Linebacker. Oren Shields, freshman, will be Running Back and Defensive Back. And Brent Gaines, freshman, will be Running Back and Defensive Back. Clarendon would like to wish all of the Clarendon Bronco Foot- ball players a successfid football season! Sometimes it is more imp,,,:- I ! tant to diseover what one ean-I not do, than what one ean do. --Lin Yutang [.. I Ill AN OPEN TO ROM ITS Page 7 at,he railroad crossing, you lose! mmmm|m|||mmm|||m|mmm|m|m||m||||||mm|mmmm-- mimlm-iill iglmimmmmiimmmi/mnmt--ii mi mm m 1994 Property Tax Rates in  County This nonce concerns 19 9 4 property tax rates funty It prencs information about thf- tax rates. Last year's tax rate ts the actual rate the tax,n 8 unit used to determine property taxes last year This year's effti tax rate would impose the same total taxes as last year ff y.o compar proprues taxed in both years. "l'his year's ro/Ibacktax rate is the h*ghest tax rate the tax,ha una can t before taxpayers can start tax rollback procedures In each case these rates are found by air,dins the total amount of taxes by the tax base (the total value of taxable property) wt adjustments as requtmd by state law The rates are gwen per 51(30 of property value Last year's tax rate: Last years operating taxes Last yeats debt taxes Last year's total taxes Last year's tax base Last year's total tax rate lrlhis year's effective tax rate: Las year's adored taxes (after subtraoung taxes on lost property) "4" Farm to Market./ General Flood Control SpedaJ Road/ Fund Fund Bridge Fund S 255,284 S.. 123,643 S $ 0 S_ 0 S. S" 255,284 S 123,643 ..... '6,612?809 S SI'23945 .St09 S:11904 ,Sl00 S S. 254,858 S 123,208 S Vhis year's ad/usted tax base SII3,257,214 (after subtraain s value of new property) This year's effective tax rate $ .22502/SIQ9 for each fund Total effea,ve tax rate S:33645/$10 x 1 05 - maximum fate unless unit publishes not,ces and holds hesrin 8 $ 34654/$100 This year's rollback tax rate: La.u year's adiusted opera,n8 taxes (after subuloting taxes on lost property and including taxes for state criminal luStice mandate.) 10,567,333 $ sl $, !1143/S100 $ ,$190 S 277r358 S,,, 123,208 $ ,0,567,333 S $ .11143'00 S $.12034 ,,SlO0 $ $0 /$100 $ $,12034 /tC $ "*" This year's adiusted tax base 113,257,214 This year's effective operating rate $. 24489 /s too , S 10o x IO8 - this year's maximum operating rate $.26448 /SlO /S lob - Thut year's debt rate 5.0 /SlO0 /S 10CI = This year's rollback rate for each fund $.26448 /S100 '5100 "l'h,s year's total rollback rate $.38482 ,,sloo Schedule A Unencumbered Fund Balances The fom, dn| esdenaued Itle will be left in the unit's pa:ay tax acco nU at U end of the rl yat, These balances ue eKX encumbered  a oatr, poding aetx oblilaaon- Of lt'Opcr W Tax Fuad Balance General Fund -0- Farm to Market/Road & Bridge -o- Schedule B 1994 Debt Service The trek plal to pay the foUo amouf foe kqi.te.na del {h tte secud by pa3pecty tax.   ll be pd ffo   fevenuPj (0 addi6otl aaks tax . ff appfiathle), Debt 'D Imdee onttlm lummarf of'aeund effecdve and rollbad( taut farm' ealculatloe. You mn irpe a copy of the fll at IL, APPraleal DJJtrX-: offlxe.     ece Paula Logic Chief APPraiser Dale ppld, JSt r [, L994. sahools that i but we need Wethtnkall desee to that. schools 1 mise, So they th