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skills in teamwork, problem solv-
ing, how to use a level, and basic
physics for the headstone repair and
leveling," he said.
"During the spring and summer
months the youth learn lawn mower
maintenance and repair, and how to
apply good old fashion elbow
"This program also teaches the
value of giving to the communities
where we live."
Fauver said the youth also use
weedwackers and handsaws when
doing landscape work.
They also use pry bars, shovels,
pickaxes, levels, cement, mortar,
and sand when repairing and level-
^ "I personally supervise and work
along side all these youth when we
go out and I do this on my own
time," he said.
"1 do not work for the state while
a( the cemeteries with these youth,"
"We all meet at the parole office
and of course, we feel like this is a
Fauver said he is proud that most
all llie youth thai work on their proj-
ects come back repeatedly.
"Some also come back even after
they finish their assigned hours and
I believe that is a result of seeing a
start and a finish to a job," he said.
"If a headstone was in four or
five pieces, collectively weighing
over 1,000 lbs, and they repair it to
its original state and you feel like
you have really done something,"
"There is still satisfaction in a job
Fauver said his groups have com-
pleted 1,265 volunteer hours, since
2003, totalling $82,225 of savings
to the community.
"It was an honor to pass out the
The President's Volunteer Service
Award to Jim Foster and Frances
James for a lifetime of service of
4,000 volunteer hours," Fauver said.
"There are other awards like the
Texas Youth Commission ceceived
for an organization that cover the
hours given in a year."
Mayor Mike Felix said he was
pleased to attend the event and was
praised the work group for doing a
good job maintaining the historic
"These youth are making a very
valuable contribution to their com-
munities," he said.
"These young adults are learning
that they can make a difference
locally as well as globally."
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Thursday, April 27, 2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 3
Up on the roof
Neither rain or snow or blazing
heat prevented six pastors of
Sachse Assembly of God
Church from spending a night
on the church roof. The pastors
pledged to spend the night on
top of the church if 2,000 peo-
ple attended their special com-
bined Easter weekend service.
The community responded and
pushed the record attendance
to 2,900, church officials said.
From left, Pastors Gary
Ellison, Jon Peters, David
Spiegel and Chris Linberg,
Senior Pastor Byran Jarrett
and Associate Pastor John
Cruz caused on-looker delays
on Hwy. 78 as they made their
ascent up to the roof.
WISD teachers to get new dress code, too
Police corral old warrants
continued from page IA
misdemeanor citation is issued,
the violator signs the ticket, agree-
ing to appear before the judge or
pay the fine by a given date and if
the violator fails to appear on the
scheduled date, a warrant is issued
for his or her arrest.
"During the roundup, the officers
plan to locate people with warrants
and bring them before Judge
Beasley at the municipal court," he
"Some of these outstanding war-
rants go back four years and we
have about $850,000 in outstanding
continued from page IA
effective July I. Williams is current-
ly the principal of Burnett Junior
High and will work from that cam-
pus next year during the construc-
tion of WEHS.
Kyle Craighead, an assistant prin-
cipal at Wylie High School, will
become the principal of Burnett.
Lynne Tinsley. also an assistant
principal at WHS, will become prin-
cipal of the district's Wylie ISD
Special Programs Center to include
the Choice High School, the district'
Behavioral Adjustment Program and
Alternative Education Program.
Wylie High School graduate
Justin Terry will return to Wylie as
an assistant principal at WHS. Terry
is currently a math teacher, baseball
coach and administrative intern at
Little Elm High School.
A reorganization of the district's
athletic department was also final-
ized. Mark Ball will become the dis-
trict's athletic director, giving up
football coaching duties. Joe Pearce
will continue as Wylie High School
assistant athletic director and Bill
Howard will assume the WHS ath-
letic director s position.
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Special programs center
A proposal for the WISD Special
Programs Center was presented to
the board by Director of Special
Program Kathy Hoes and Assistant
Superintendent of Curriculum and
Instruction T.J. Theisen.
This facility will be located
between Shaffer Stadium and the
new storage facility near Burnett
Junior High School. The center will
encompass three discipline pro-
grams for students in the seventh
through 12 grades - District wide
Alternative Education Program
(currently contracted with Piano
ISD), Choice School and the district
wide self-contained behavior unit.
A total of nine staff members will
work at the facility. Proposed staff
will include one principal, one sec-
retary, three teachers (two are
employed with Choice), one para-
professional, two paraprofessionals
for behavior unit hired through spe-
cial education, one Wylie High
School counselor and one officer
assigned to Burnett Junior High
available at the principal's request.
Hoes told the board the need for
this center is great due to the fact
that Wylie is moving away from the
Collin County Co-op and the behav-
ioral unit will move into our com-
First through sixth grade students
in the behavior unit will stay at the
alternative school in Piano.
Dress code for teachers
While trustees approved the use
of standardized dress for students,
they also approved on first reading a
dress code for faculty and staff.
According to the proposed rules
"all professional staff' need to
"dress professionally and take pride
in your appearance (clothes should
be clean and pressed.)"
Acceptable clothing for teachers
would include "sports coats, jackets
and sweaters, buttoned shirts or
blouses, dress shirts or blouses, polo
loops (afe) vis-
ible and appro-
acceptable for the workplace when
worn under a jacket or a shirt-jacket
at all times."
Non-acceptable clothing would
include ripped or faded clothing,
"anything denim, leather or spandex
... cargo and carpenter pants, shorts,
wind-pants or warm ups, t-shirts,
overalls, visible undergarments and
Teachers and staff may not have
any visible tattoos or body piercings
and "ear piercing is acceptable if it
is not excessive," the code states.
Flip-flops and casual sandals
would also not be allowed.
The next regular meeting of the
WISD board of trustees is scheduled
for 7:30 p.m. May 22 at Wylie High
School in room 125.
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