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Indian Valley Record Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018 3A MEASURE, from page 2A exterior, landscaping work, extending the parking lot, considering changes to the bus pickup and drop-off areas, carpet in multiple classrooms, new energy-efficient window coverings, painting and replacing siding for two storage sheds, repairs and exterior paint for the basketball hoops and installing replacement marker boards in classrooms, Plumas County Community School Projects completed at the Plumas County Community School so far include new energy-efficient window coverings. Projects anticipated for PCCS in the 2018-19 school year include providing new classroom furniture. Portola Junior-Senior High Projects completed at Portola Junior-Senior High School so far include roofing replacement for portables, an intruder alert system, new classroom furniture, new energy-efficient window coverings and a topographic survey. Projects anticipated for PJSHS in the 2018-19 school year include an exterior survey of property lines at the athletic fields, security camera(s), architect's plans for curb appeal and landscaping, architect's plans for renovations to the main building, new stairs and landings for the athletic announcer's booth, remodeling work in the culinary arts classroom and painting the exterior and lockers. Quincy Elementary Projects completed at Quincy Elementary School so far include a pilot program to install 21st century classroom furniture (one room), abatement projects within the portable buildings and replacement cafeteria tables. Projects anticipated for QES in the 2018-19 school year include having architects work on the school site's renovation plans and replacing the roofing on portables. Quincy Junior-Senior High Projects completed at Quincy Junior-Senior High School so far include design of a biomass system, a pilot program to install 21st century classroom furniture (one room), new perimeter fencing and removal of portable classrooms. Projects anticipated for QJSHS in the 2018-19 school year include architects working on gymnasium renovation plans, an intruder alert system, security camera(s), new classroom furniture, culinary arts classroom upgrades, painting Pioneer School will be home to Pioneer campus has received a Photo by Roni Java the athletic storage and replacement of siding, new stairs, new siding and paint for the announcers booth, and repairs to the girls softball fields and dugouts. Other districtwide efforts Projects completed on a district-wide basis so far include work on a new Quincy Elementary students and staff this fall while their school undergoes vital repairs. The much-needed spruce up with fresh paint and other improvements, thanks to Measure B funding. network infrastructure, installation of switches and wireless access points in PUSD schools and training for technology staff. Additional projects completed to date include bond measure planning and financial analysis; bond measure project management, counsel and audit services; advertising; and demolition removal fees. Other districtwide projects anticipated for the 2018-19 school year include covering moving expenses for QES to Pioneer and project management oversight. For questions about Measure B school site improvement projects, contact the Plumas County Office of Education at 283-6500. oyer prese Roni Java Staff Writer rjava@plumasnews.com Employers, local high school juniors and seniors want to meet you Monday, Sept. 17, when Feather River College hosts its popular annual College and Career Fair for Lassen, Plumas and Sierra counties. Signups are still open for representatives to join the FRC event that will be attended by more than 300 students from Chester, Greenville, Loyalton, Portola, Quincy and Westwood. "We are definitely looking for presenters to join us," said organizer Michelle Petroelje, FRC's Director of Student Success Programs. "All the Plumas Unified schools, Plumas Charter and Long Valley Charter bring their llth- and 12th-graders to this event and students have an hour to walk around the gym and talk with college and career reps. Some FRC students will also be on hand. We try to have various fields and occupations represented so students can ask questions from a variety of people." The fair opens at 8:15 a.m. with refreshments. The first group of students will arrive with time to visit presenter booths from 9 to 10 a.m. The second group of students arrives by 10 a.m. and a featured guest speaker will address the entire audience until 11 a.m. This year's speaker will be Arel Moodie, a national best-selling author and motivational leader committed to helping young students of all backgrounds get to -- and through -- college. Next, the second group of students has an opportunity to make the rounds of presenters until about noon. "In the past, career reps from natural resources such as the U.S. Forest Service, California Department of Fish and Wildlife game wardens, counseling, law enforcement, graphic design, cosmetology, health care, news organizations and many more fields have taken time from their day to answer questions that our local students have regarding these professions," Petroelje explained. The event is designed to assist local students with determining their future career paths and exploring associated types of post-secondary education. Students are given a card with all the reps' names and businesses or college contacts to help them speak with presenters whose companies, organizations or college programs interest them. "The wide variety of presenters gives our high school students the opportunity to talk with adults in various careers to determine if a particular career is a good fit for them," 200 Main Street Chester Plumas and Sierra County 4-H and FFA members will offer top quality market animals to the highest bidder. All animals are judged and pre-selected for the auction during the fair. Buyer Registration - 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. Full breakfast hosted by Plumas Co. Sheriff's Assoc. - 7:30 to 8:45 a.m. Junior Livestock Auction - 9:00 a.m. ~ USDA meat processor: Wolf Pack Meats. For more information, contact: Andrea Ceresola, 530-249-0711 or Jane Roberti, 530-249-4036. career ir Petroelje said, explaining that they can ask about the education, working conditions and career paths available. "While mingling in the gym, the students will be practicing their networking skills and may end up with contacts they can use for their senior projects," she added. Additionally, the fair is set up so students can talk with college reps, including Butte Community College, vocational schools and four-year institutions such as CSU Chico, University of Nevada Reno and other campuses. To sign up and represent your company or organization, contact Michelle Petroelje, FRC director of Student Success Programs, at 283-0202, ext. 316. Mt. Lassen Starts at 7:00 p.m. All Children Under 12 Must Be Accompanied by an Adult. $5.00 Donation 200 Main St Chester 258-3009 $5.00 suggested Donation towards the renovation and adaptive re-use of the Chester Theatre for Movies, Drama and Concerts Sponsored by ML CC Dupont Power Tool Evergreen Market Moon Hilpert John Banks Sr. Marion Hilpert LaVonne Smith Delizio Construction Karen VanZandt Way Station Hunter Hardware Riley's Jerky Sterling Sage Genesee Valley Ranch Indian Valley Thrift Store Indian Valley Pheasants Forever Greenville Golddiggers Softball Tournament American Legion Post 568 Holland Driving School Plumas Bank, Greenville Village Drug Company