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SC6 st. louis post-dispatch ST. CHARLES COUNTY POST Wednesday, august m, 2002 EDUCATION Retired Wentzville teacher is named Pioneer in Education BmmmmK'.' tmmmIWmx M mjmmm '! n m .'i '- nu i., ...p.. J,' .' unij... .u . ... . . ' - . ' - , - ' I - - i - ' ' , ..- A " , i. . .... .. ' ' v X ' I ? ; r I VA i - ' A ; to do. A Silex School Board member who was looking for a math teacher approached him, he said, and he took the job, making about $4,000 a year. While he was teaching there, he met a language arts teacher who would become his wife. Betty Takahashi said she was living with a 'woman from Iran in an O'Fallon mobile home park when her roommate lent her car to her future husband's friend. "Ake," as he is known to students and friends, rode with his friend to return the car. Akehiko Takahashf finished his teaching certification at the University of Missouri at St Louis and went on to receive a master's degree in political science from the University of Missouri at Columbia. The Vietnam War and campus demonstrations piqued his interest in the political world, he said. He had started working on a doctoral degree when his wife came along, but, needing a full-time job, he went with her to the Wentzville School District, where he would teach for 28 years. It was during those years that Takahashi and his students gained recognition. Wentzville's math teams took honors at competitions in Missouri, California, Tennessee, Washington, Wisconsin, Alabama, Florida, Kansas and Iowa. Sam Hwang, 40, a former student who now is a dermatologist and does cancer research at the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Md., said Akehiko Takahashi kept a sunny disposition and poured every bit of bis energy into keeping his students motivated. "It wasn't just in math," Hwang said. "It was an overall philosophy. He would not give up in terms of maximizing the potential of every student who was there." Other students benefited similarly, Hwang said. Former student Pat Sullivan is executive vice president of the Home Builders Association of Greater St Louis. Ed Ellerbeck went on to become a professor of medicine at the University of Kansas. There are very bright kids there, but you need some way to channel that intellectual prowess into something useful," Hwang said. "Without having that outlet to show what they could do, their academic possibilities of going to college would've been more limited." Not all of Akehiko Takahashi's students chose high profile positions. Anita Brothers, 28, followed his footsteps to become a Wentzville math teacher. She went to the University of Missouri at Columbia and was a student teacher under Akehiko Takahashi's watch. "Ake is in a class by himself," Brothers said. "There is no one that will ever be comparable to Ake. " Brothers said Takahashi made math fun by challenging his students. "He always pushed us to take it to the next level," she said. - - - Takahashi retired three years ago from his Wentzville post, but he still teaches math and Japanese at the Missouri Scholars Academy, a summer program for gifted students throughout the state. His Wednesday morning Taiso calisthenics class remains popular there. He and his wife live in the same O'Fallon Hills home they have owned since 1973. Their daughter, Nicole, works at the University of Missouri Medical Center. The goal all along, Akehiko Takahashi said, was to make sure the students who fill the pages of that reddish brown book achieved their full potential, conceding nothing to larger schools or those with a better reputation. "Wentzville wasn't known back then as the center of academic excellence," he said. "Our kids started to prove it; I wanted to prove it; and we ended up proving that our kids were just as good." Reporter Shane Anthony: E-mail: unthonypost-dbDatch.com Phone: 636-255-7209 By Shane Anthony Of the Post Dispatch Akehiko Takahashi never intended to become a teacher. After graduating from high school in Tokyo in 1958, he had studied at Sophia University there when a scholarship gave him the chance to come to the United States, more specifically to Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Ark. A sense of adventure and a desire to see what life was like in the United States drove him, he said. But it was pure chance that made him a teacher, and former students praise that twist of fate. On Aug. 6, the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education honored him with the Pioneer in Education Award, putting him on a list that has grown to only 199 since the award began in 1974. It wasn't the first time he had been honored. The Missouri House and Senate have honored him. St. Louis-area mathematics teachers honored him. Bill Clinton sent a letter when he retired. Ronald Reagan singled him out and shook his hand in 1983, when he won a presidential award in mathematics. The papers that come with such awards letters, proclamations, envelopes, etc. have filled space in the same reddish brown notebook as another sort of accolade, the kind that has kept Takahashi, 63, in teaching alL these years. Mixed with the letters and citations from politicians are notes from his students, the patent attorneys, doctors, lawyers and teachers he used to encourage with the words: "Don't be a big fish in a little pond." "There's a big ocean out there," Takahashi said, "and you want to compete with the best in the country." Takahashi studied mathematics at Henderson State, graduating in 1963 without really knowing what he wanted LARRY WILLIAMS POST-DISPATCH Akehiko Takahashi, 63, is a retired teacher who has received the Pioneer in Education Award. He works out at the O'Fallon Family Branch of the YMCA, 3451 Pheasant Meadows Drive, O'Fallon. "Ake is in a class by himself," former student Anita Brothers said. There is no one that will ever be comparable." St. Charles Classified SCHOOL NOTES 780 -St. Charles J LISTINGS WANTED, full service. Only $2795 paid at closing- Over 15 vrs. experience. (636)379-5855. August Real Estate WE BUY & LEASE HOUSES! St. Charles, Warren, Lincoln Co. 314-609-3343 RNT CONTRACTING, Specializing In roofing, siding, gutters fit remodeling. Family owned operated, fully insur. Free Est. (636)978-3571 d Day Care Openings, full part time, beforeafter school. 636)441-91B8 CITY OF WENTZVILLE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Tom Delong of A.C.T. Properties - Rezoning The City of Wentzville will hold a public hearing on application 02-64-PZ made by Tom Delong of A.C.T. Industries, applicant and property owner. The request is to rezone 3.39 acres, more or less, from R- IC Single Family Residential Zoning District to R-Iri Single Family Residential Zoning District. Site is located on the west side of Meyer Road, approximately 100 feet north of Hickory Lane. The meeting dates are Thursday, September 5th, 2002 at 7:30 p.m. before the Planning and Zoning Commission and again on Wednesday, September 1 1th, 2002 at 7:30 p.m. before the Board of Aldermen. Roth meetings will be held in the City Hall Council Room Chambers, 310 W. Pearcc Blvd., Wentzville, MO 63385. The City of Wentzville invites all interested parties the opportunity to give written andor oral comments on public matters. The application, and documentation concerning the above request are available for review at the Public Works Department, 200 E. Fourth St., during regular business hours 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. If you have any questions or inquiries regarding this application, please call Wentzville Public Works at 636-327-5102. The City of Wentzville is currently working, to comply with the American with Disabilities Act mandates. Individuals who require accommodations to attend a meeting should contact the City Halt office at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance by calling City Hall at 636-327-5101. A legal description for this request of the subject property is on file with the City of Wentzville Planning Department. 6175 - Misc Merchandise ... Piano: MUST SELLI 5' Cable Nelson grand piano, beautiful brown mahogany, in exceptional cond S3995best. (314-402-1354 6300 -Auctions Public Auction Held Every Saturday Night 6:30pm, Consignments Welcome, Antiques & Furniture, 600 S. Main St., Troy MO 636-528-7317 6325 - Garage Sales Missouri Public Auction Held Every Saturday Night 6:30pm, Consignments Welcome, Antiques & Furniture, 600 S. Main St., Troy MO 636-528-7317 Nancy K. Sulin Recording Secretary, Planning and Zoning 8045-Help WantedT CLERICAL General office duties for retail shoe store. Computer skills. Part time. (636)946-1652 Robert Sammons, a senior at Francis Howell High School, participated In the Students and Teachers as Research Scientists program. Francis Howell North High SchooTs open house is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Aug. 22 with an assembly in the large gym. Parents will be able to follow an abbreviated version of their children's schedules. They will be able to visit each class, meet their children's teachers and get an overview of what topics will be covered in each class for the school year. A special meeting for parents of freshmen will begin at 6 p.m. in the large gym to discuss their children's transitions from middle school to high school. For more information, call Tony Grippi at 636-441-2707, ext. 169. St. Charles Jefferson Middle School, 2660 Zum-behl Road in St. Charles, will have new-student orientation at 9 a.m. Thursday in the school gymnasium. After a brief presentation by the staff, sixth-grade students and new seventh-and eighth-grade students can pick up their schedules, visit their classrooms and try out their lockers. Returning seventh- and eighth-grade students can pick up their schedules between 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. on Thursday and from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday. All students must return emergency information completed and signed by a parent and $3 for a student planner. Seventh-grade students will need proof of starting or completing their hepatitis B vaccination series. Parents of children enrolled at Jefferson who have not received their forms should call the school at 636-946-0211. School starts Monday. Wentzville Wentzville American Legion Post 323 will make copies of "Need A Lift" manuals available in the Wentzville County Library, Holt High School library and the new Timberland High School library. The manual contains information on thousands of scholarships, loans, gratuities, educational aids by colleges and universities and aid from state and federal government. Anyone who wants to order a copy of the manual for personal use can call R. "Dusty" Dustman, post historian and public relations chairman at 636-561-3759. The cost is $3.50 per copy. Harris Publishing Co., in cooperation with the Wentzville Schools Foundation, will be contacting Holt High School alumni from Friday through mid-December to market an alumni directory. For questions about the directory, call Julie Turner at 636-327-3800, ext. 334. Orchard Farm The Orchard Farm varsity pompon squad recently returned from the National Dance Alliance camp in Springfield, Mo., with honors, plaques and ribbons. The team earned three spirit poms, a red ribbon for their team routine, an excellent ribbon on home routine, a technique award, most improved technique and the superior showmanship award for the en- General GREAT HARVEST BREAD CO. Is looking for fun loving, hard working people to help make great bread. Current requirements are early morning production, dayevening counter help. Please eatl Donna at (636)939-4799 be March 11-12 on campus. process. She has an education degree from Illinois State University and has worked for the department since 1989. Boonslick State School is one of 36 state schools for the severely handicapped in Missouri. CITY OF WENTZVILLE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Rezoning and Preliminary Plan Kammeier, Lancaster and Wenkel Properties The City of Wentzville will hold a public hearing on application 02-63-PZ and 02-63A-PZ, made by JHB Properties and The Sterling Company, applicants on behalf ol the property owners. Donald R, and Patricia L. Kammeier, Paul and Patricia Lancaster, and Roland and Barbara Wenkel. The request is to rezone 1X5.2 acres, more or less, from "A" Agricultural Zoning District to PD-R Planned Development Residential Zoning District including a Preliminary Development Plan lor "Pcruque Creek Subdivision". The site is located on the east side of Hwy. Z, approximately 2,000 feet north of Perry Cate Blvd. and adjacent to the north side of Kammeier Lane (private lane). The meeting dales are Thursday, September 5, 2002 at 7:30 p.m. before the Planning and Zoning Commission and again on Wednesday, September II. 2002 at 7:30 p.m. before Ik Board of Aldermen. Both meetings will be held in the City Hall Council Room Chambers, 310 W. Pearce Blvd., Wentzville. MO 63385. The City of Wentzville invites all interested parties the opportunity to give written andor oral comments on public malters. The application, and documentation concerning the above request are available for review at the Public Works Department, 200 fi. Fourth St., during regular business hours 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, ff you have anv questions or inquiries regarding this application, please calf Wentzville Public Works at 636-327-5102 The City of Wentzville is currently working to comply with the American with Disabilities Act mandates. Individuals who require accommodations to attend a meeting should contact our office at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance by calling City Hall at 636-327-5101. 6 3 A legal description for this request of the subject property is on file with the City of Wentzville Planning Department. Manufacturing-A new mfg. co. In St. Charles County Is hiring for Warehouse Workers and Assembler, all shifts , available. Contact Jason Imia at 314-216-1044 to inquire .about these great opportunities. tire camp. Individual award winners were Kenna Hensen, who won the Top Gun Funk competition. She and Tamra Sanders were nominated for the Ail-American team, and Tamra won a spot on the Ail-American National Dance Team, which has a chance to perform at football bowl games in the next year. Other dance team members are Melanie Biesman, Courtney Upton, Lindsay Bacott, Alicia Maddux, Lyndsay Houke, Jennica Joseph, Danielle Turner and Erica Connoyer. The team's coach is Belinda Joseph. Other news Jean Major of St Peters, a teacher at Boonslick State Rest.. FTPT LINE COOK Exper. helpful, competitive wages, evenings shift. Apply in person: ARCOBASSO'SREST. 94 & Hemsath The St Charles Community College art department is accepting entries for the eighth annual SCC Regional Fine Art Exhibition. The juried art show will take place Sept. 23 to Oct. 13 in the gallery of trie college's Donald D. Shook Fine Arts Building. The opening reception and awards ceremony will be from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sept. 23 in the art gallery. The reception and exhibit are free and open to the public. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays. Entries will be accepted by mail only, with a postmark deadline of Aug. 31. A $15 nonrefundable fee allows an artist to submit professional-quality slides of three works. No photographs of work will be used or accepted for judging. All media are eligible for entry, and the contest is open to artists age 18 or older. Cash awards will be made for first-, second- and third-place winners. All work must be original and must not have been previously shown at SCC. Entry fees will be used for prizes, reception expenses and to benefit SCC art students. Complete entry requirements and entry forms can be picked up at the SCC Box Office in the Shook Fine Arts Building or at the information desk in the Administration Building on campus, 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive in Cottleville. For more information, call Brian Smith, SCC chair of humanities and performing and visual arts, at 636-922-8575 Shane Anthony GOT $13? Nancy K. Sulin Recording Secretary, Planning and Zoning Colleges, universities Verizon recently presented the St Charles Community Cokge Foundation with a $9,750 grant to provide online tutoring for distance learning students. The college served about 2,000 distance learning students last year. The classes include telecourses, video courses, online courses and "teleweb" courses, which combine video programming with the Internet. Distance learning classes offer the same number of credits as on-campus classes. For more information about the classes, call 636-922-8470. For more information on donating to the foundation, call 636-922-8472. SBC Southwestern Bell recently awarded a $2,500 grant to the St Charles Community College Foundation to support the St. Charles-Lincoln County Regional Science and Engineering Fair. The grant, which is the second award in a four-year commitment from Southwestern Bell, will be used to encourage participation at the regional level and to sponsor participants in the International Science and Engineering Fair. More than 450 students from 60 schools displayed their projects on the SCC campus for the fair in March this year. Next year's fair will School in St. Peters, was chosen as the July employee of the month for the state Department of Elemen-t a r y and Secondary Education and the August Employee of the Month for the entire state. Major is a pri K4. I'M 1 i mrtni Major Employee of Month A BEST SELLER. mary teacher, and, according to state officials, was commended for creating special learning environments for her students, having high expectations for her students, and involving parents in the learning CITY OF WENTZVILLE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Gowran - Conditional Use Permit The City of Wentzville will hold a public hearing on application 02-66-PZ made by Peter and Sandra Gowran, applicant and property owner. The request is for a Conditional Use Permit for the expansion of the Pre-Owned Car Sales business, The site is located on the southwest corner of E. Pearcc Blvd. and Locust St., also known as 504 E. Pearce Blvd. The meeting dates are Thursday, September 5th, 2002 at 7:30 p.m. before the Planning and Zoning Commission and again on Wednesday, September 1 Ith, 2002 at 7:30 p.m. before the Board of Aldermen. Both meetings will be held in the City Hall Council Room Chambers, 310 W. Pearce Blvd., Wentzville, MO 63385. 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