"Soothe My Soul" is a song by English electronic music band Depeche Mode from their thirteenth studio album, Delta Machine. It was released as the album's second single on 10 May 2013 in Germany, 13 May internationally, 14 May in North America, 10 June in the United Kingdom; the music video was directed by Warren Fu and premiered on 28 March 2013. Digital download – remix"Soothe My Soul" – 7:02CD single"Soothe My Soul" – 3:57 "Goodbye" – 3:51CD maxi single"Soothe My Soul" – 7:02 "Soothe My Soul" – 4:55 "Soothe My Soul" – 5:16 "Soothe My Soul" – 6:56 "Soothe My Soul" – 5:35 "Soothe My Soul" – 5:5912-inch singleA1. "Soothe My Soul" A2. "Soothe My Soul" – 8:15 B1. "Soothe My Soul" – 6:03 B2. "Soothe My Soul" – 7:07 Single information from the official Depeche Mode web site AllMusic review Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics
Henderson County Public Schools is a K–12 graded school district serving Henderson County, North Carolina. The district was formed in 1993 from the merger of Hendersonville City Schools and the former Henderson County Schools, its 23 schools serve 13,472 students as of the 2010–11 school year. The system was created on July 1, 1993, by the merger of Hendersonville City Schools and Henderson County Schools, they adopted the new name Henderson County Public Schools. For the 2016-17 school year, Henderson County Public Schools had a total population of 13,521 students, 1,520 full-time teachers, 361 part-time teachers, 1,155 substitutes; that same year, out of the total student population, the demographic group makeup was: White, 66.1%. For the same school year, 57.24 % of the students received reduced-cost lunches. The primary governing body of Henderson County Public Schools is called the Henderson County Board of Public Education, it follows a council–manager government format with a seven-member Board of Education appointing a Superintendent to run the day-to-day operations of the system.
The school system resides in the North Carolina State Board of Education's Eighth District. The seven members of the Board of Education meet on the second Monday of each month; the current members of the board are: Amy Lynn Holt, Rick R. Wood, Michael Absher, Blair Craven, Mary Louise Corn, Lisa Edwards; the system has had five superintendents since merging. The first was Dan G. Lunsford, superintendent of the county system before the merger, he served from 1993 until 1999. Burnham held the position 1999–2004. Stephen L. Page took over in 2004 and served until 2010. David L. Jones was appointed in 2010 after Page's retirement, served until 2016. Serving since July 1, 2016, the district's current superintendent is Hardy "Bo" Caldwell, who served under Jones as Assistant Superintendent of Administrative Services. Henderson County Schools has 23 schools ranging from kindergarten to twelfth grade; these are separated into four traditional high schools, a career academy, an early college, four middle schools, thirteen elementary schools.
Henderson County Career Academy. Marlow Elementary School Hendersonville Elementary School Hillandale Elementary School Mills River Elementary School Sugarloaf Elementary School Upward Elementary School Athletic departments for the district schools are members of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, they compete in various sports over two different conferences. East and West are all in the Western North Carolina Athletic Conference. East and West are 3A schools, while North is 2A. Hendersonville is a 1A school in the Western Highlands Conference; the Henderson County Public School system has had one school listed as a Blue Ribbon School: Hendersonville Elementary School in 2007. List of school districts in North Carolina Official website
Clayton Sidney Manness is a Manitoba politician. He served in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba from 1981 to 1995. In 1983, he was an unsuccessful candidate for the leadership of the Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba; the son of Sidney Alfred Manness and Helen Julia Kosier, he was born in Winnipeg and was educated at the University of Manitoba. He worked as a farmer before entering public life. In 1968, he married Cheryl Louise Reinsch. Manness served as President of the provincial Progressive Conservative Association in the early 1970s, supported Sterling Lyon over Sidney Spivak in the divisive leadership challenge of 1975. Manness was first elected to the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba in 1981 defeating Peter Francis of the New Democratic Party in the rural riding of Morris. Two years he ran for the leadership of the Progressive Conservative party against Gary Filmon and Brian Ransom. Manness was regarded as the most right-wing of the three candidates. After he was eliminated on the first ballot, his supporters divided evenly between the more conservative Ransom and the more progressive Filmon.
Subsequently, Ransom's supporters would allege that Filmon's team had encouraged Manness to run as a means of splitting the right-wing vote. Manness was re-elected without difficulty in 1986, 1988 and 1990; when Filmon's Tories formed government in 1988, he was appointed Minister of Finance and Government House Leader. Following a 1993 cabinet shuffle, he became Minister of Training. In this capacity, he presided over a re-evaluation of funding methods for the public system which resulted in government cutbacks. Manness did not run for re-election in 1995, he became co-President of the Canadian Alliance, attempted to keep the party united during the controversies over Stockwell Day's leadership in 2002. In 2004, he campaigned for the Conservative Party of Canada. Manness has formed an organization called "Prairie Pulp and Paper Co." with actor Woody Harrelson, promoting the development of an environmentally friendly, non-wood-based pulp program in the province. Manness