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PAGE 8 FEBRUARY 5, 1988ARKANSAS CATHOLIC August 29, 1988, the opening date for the 1988-89 school year, marks the beginning of the Sesquicenten- nial Celebration to commemorate the opening of the first Catholic school in Arkansas. A slogan contest is being held that is open to evervone: students, par- ents, or friends' of Catholic schools. A prize of $150 will be awarded to the winning slogan, ten (10) words or less, which best captures the spirit of Catholic education in Arkansas. Entries must be postmarked by March 28, 1988. Please send entries to: Diocesan School Office, PO Box 7565, Little Rock, AR 72207. The winning entry will be an- nounced in the Arkansas Catholic in April, 1988, and the slogan will be ttsed throughout the Sesquicenten- nial Year. V m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m I~ SLOGAN CONTEST Pre-Sesquicentennial Activity OFFICAL ENTRY FORM Sister Miriam Burns, OSB, is pic- tured with students at the recent Book Fair. Slogan must be ten (10) words or less. Deadline: Postmarked by March 28, 1988 air Please send entries to: SLOGAN CONTEST Diocesan School Office P.O. Drawer 7565 Little Rock, AR 72207 ffopies may be reproduced. =j nnmnmnmmmmmmmmm Fort Smith--Development in the Catholic Elementary School, a work- shop for teachers, principals, pas- tors, and School Board members is scheduled Monday, Feb. 22, at Christ the King Parish here, accord- ing to Mrs. Bettye Franz, principal of Christ the King School. The workshop will be presented bv Richard J. Burke, the president and a consultant of Catholic School Management of Madison, CT. The National Catholic Education Association has endorsed Burke as the NCEA financial planning consul- tant for Catholic schools and parishes. He has over 15 years ex- perience as a consultant, providing See SCHOOL, p. 15 Now Taking Student Applications KINDERGARTEN THROUGH 8th GRADES Call School Office 663-?426 raises West Memphis--Students at St. Michael's School here ' jumped into adventure" during the third annual Book Fair held in November. Theme of the Fair was "Jump Into An Adventure--Read A Book." The Book Fair raised approxi- mately $435 for the school. The money was divided among the teachers, Kindergarten through eighth grade, to purchase books for their individual classrooms. Principal Billie L'Herauh said the original goal of the Book Fair Com- mittee was to use the money for a new set of World Boc. Encyc- Deslgned by" lopedias but a new set was do0 the school which meantt to money could be used for an0 purpose. Mrs. L'Herauh was pleased I, the Book Fair, explaining that] school benefits from it as do th dents who purchase the booiO read. Books were provided by pies Book Store here and PinocC) Book Store in Memphis. /" Students participated in aItiq contest prior to the Book Fair. included books, book marks and[re bons. MARCENE