assoc mm press 307 U 200 5 Celebrating more than 90 years of service to the citizens of Eureka. Volume Eighty-Nin- EUREKA, UTAH - July 15, 1994 e Price $.40 Number 28 Board of Education holds meeting Included in business discussed to all the very competent appli-- at the June meeting of Tintic cants, who made the selection Board of Education were the very difficult, following: Approval of the revisions in the budget, which included making expenditures from the undistributed reserve to cover expenditures for the building. The board also adopted the budget for Fy 95. The budget was approved with the knowledge that it will have to be revised because of the decline in the assessed valuation. Because the information was received on the same day as the budget was to be presented, there was no opportunity to make the necessary revisions. 1993-9- 4 Ross Viehweg, architect, reported that the building for the West Desert was to be shipped that very week. Color selections were presented to the board for their consideration. It was the consensus of the board that they would like rust blocks on the bottom, shading to a lighter rustgray on top with a deep rust roof. They also agreed to follow the architects recommendation and have a 29 ga. metal rool system. Color of the chalk boards will be left to the teachers. Karen Davis and Richard Superintendent Openshaw reported that all the schools in the district have been approved as Callao, necessarily existent. is visit however, subject to a by the State Office of Education. Supt. Openshaw asked for permission for he and Ed Alder to attend the meeting in Las Vegas in December, when West Desert for the first time, will become an accredited school. It was the consensus of the board that they should attend. A copy of the health inspection conducted at the West Desert School, was presented to members of the board. Of a possible score of 100, Mrs. Lewiss lunchroom received a 98. The two areas of criticism were water damaged ceiling tile and filter dust. Mrs. Lewis will be commended for her attention to the cleanliness of the workplace as well as for the meals she prepares. Baseball has been an important part of history in our ' "a. With the Baseball All Star c, and the alumni game schedgame this uled for the intic Silver Festival, the historical society thought you might eiyoy this treaThe Eureka Baseball sure from the past. t: 1890. Phil about Team, Standing, left-righ- Regarding Centennial Schools.. the superintendent reported that there are two opportunities per year to apply to become a Centennial School. Due to what he considers a lack of adherence to the original plan, and the fact that no high schools were selected in the last round, Tintic High School should review their plan and it. Ellis of Dougherty, Dawkins, Strand & Bigelow, Inc. presented to the board, information concerning the creation of a municipal building authority by the board and the issuance of lease revenue bonds by that authority to finance certain capital projects to benefrt the board and the District. After due consideration, Gordon Grimstead was a resolution to that effect, was authorized to attend the Princadopted by the board. ipals Academy. In an unanimous vote of tht Concerning the EDNET board, the superintendent was directed to see that all parents are Expansion Process.. it was reportsent a copy of the fee schedule ed that members of the committee and fee waiver policy of the who make recommendations on which areas of the State receive district. EDNET, have visited Eureka. Based on the application, preAfter board member, Brian pared by Glen Taylor of CUES Underwood, expressed an interest and George Haney, Tintic is in attending the School Board recommended to be at the top of Academy at Snowbird to be held the list to receive consideration was Sept. 22, 23, and 24, it for funding. Tintic is recomagreed by the board that he mended to be both a receiving should attend. and broadcasting site. 1-- A re-sub- The teacher vacancy at Eureka Elementary was filled the board voted in favor of hiring Leigh Grimstead for the position. Thanks were extended Prior to adjournment, board members voted in favor of ing suggestion boxes at the West Desert School and at Tintic High School. plac-wh- en Agenda scheduled Short, Dan Leary, John Shea, T. Conners,' Dave Rich. Sitting: John ColTee (Coffey), Pat Foster, J. Gundry, B. Sullivan. This was a high class team, complete with uniforms. It makes you wonder how todays All Stars would fare against these, using the same equipment. From the files. Tintic Board of Education have scheduled the July meeting next Monday, July 18, 1994, at 7:30 p.m. The agenda is as follows: Submitted by John Schmitt With the 6th Annual Silver City Reunion coming up on August 19, we thought our readers might be interested in the following articles circa 1899, taken from the SALT LAKE HERALD. Aproval of Minutes of June 20, 1994; 2) Report of Business Official and Approval of Claims: SILVER CITY IN UNE Approval of Tax Rates; 3) Comfrom Bsard Prosperous Mining Camp to munications Have an Opera House Mongers; 4) Municipal Building Authority of Tintic School DisSilver City, April 20, 1899 trict; 5) Resignation of R;; .ard is a very determined effort Houseman. foot on by the energetic and 6) Tintic Awarded $10,579 progressive citizens of Silver to State and Federal Applied T. the amusement-lovin- g Funds; 7) Report on provide with a building suitable Monitoring Visit on June 10, 1994 portion for dances and theatrical perforof , the K-- 3 Program; 8) Grading mances, and the outlook at this Policy in all schools of Tintic is very flattering. A School District. A. Academic B. writing soliciting committee has been Citizenship. appointed by the chairman of the The Report of the Superinten- citizens' committee, who report a dent will include: a. Request degree of progress that assures from Miss Tintic Pageant, b. the succss of the project. The Policy on Summer Pay for Inser- enterprise is being recognized by vice Time. c. Tintic Old Mining individuals and corporations. Film to be shown by the School Today L.E. Riter donated an District Sunday, d. Report on inside lot for the opera house, Statewide Enhanced Pool Meet- and the Picnic Mining company, ing. e. Building Progress.. West equally as generous, presented an outside or corner lot, thus provid Desert and Eurgjca Elementary. 1. ing ground for the building. The good people of Silver propose to be in a position to invite first-clatalent to come this way. ss SILVER CITYS 12, 1899) (May SCHOOLS Your correspondent dropped in at the school building today and found that nursery of future statesmen in a flourishing ch-nolo- gy Professor G.H. Du Bois, the principal in charge, states that the school shows an enrollment of for this year, with an average attendance of sixty pupils, about equally divided between boys and girls. This is an increase of forty scholars over last year and is but another idea of the rapid growth of this hustling town. seventy-fou- r The school closes Friday next with appropriate exercises. Silver City is to be congratulated on its educational advantages.