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Albany’s Title I project, which was given initial approval in November of 1972, was tagged Project Success. It’s goal is to provide a successful start for every child in the first few-ycars in school. Starting at the time of Pre-Kindergarten screening, tests and observations arc made to determine if a child may have special learning needs. It is crucial that problems learning be planned, especially for those children who have very unique needs.
Mrs. Barribeau, the Title I coordinator, strives to provide these children with the activities which will help them develop their undeveloped skills. The Title I workshop is a very important aspect of our school as it meets the needs of individual children for whom the program is geared.
Our language. Speech, and Hearing Therapist, Miss Helanc O’Reilly, examines, appraises and diagnoses the speech, voice, and language behavior of children who experience difficulty with these functions, and provides remedial services for them according to their respective needs.
Professionals in this field use many different titles, all meaning they have the same expertise. Some of these are Speech Therapist, Speech Pathologist. Speech Consultant, Communicologist, Communicative Disorders Specialist. Remedial Speech Specialist, Language Specialist. Speech and Language Clinician. Language Pathologist, and Language, Speech and Hearing Clinician.
We arc concerned with the speaker as a person, as well as the speaker's important listeners.
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MORNING KGN. Front Row: R. Sharp, M. Blumer.T. Brewer. D. Lcrch. D. Albertson. Second Row: M. Johnson, B. Kinney, S. Atkinson. K. Olson, S. Jones, T. Shell, N. Schnecbergcr. Third Row: L. Stcindorf, I. Webster, S. Johnson, J. Blumcr, P. Tourdot. Missing, P. Rhyner. M. Nyc. J. Myhre. T. Zurfluh.
AFTF.RNOON KGN. Front Row: S. Gcrtsch, L. Cook. J. Marchant. M. Hanson, B. Bennett, R. Kicler. Middle Row: D. Anderson, S. Moore. J. Thalacker, C. Zee. M. Hclwig, R. Keegan. Mrs. Spring. Back Row: S. Flynn. M. Zwiefel, L. Martin, R. Moe. W. Backman. K. Oliver. Missing, M. Oas.
Albany’s future Junior High and High School students arc beginning their educations with much enthusiasm and imagination. The little girls fill their extra time with hopscotch, jumping rope, and playing on the swings. The little boys, in the meantime, fill their extra time with baseball, football, and chasing the little girls.
The Junior High students are busy with classes as well as the various extra-curricular activities which they so eagerly participate in.
Making new friends and learning new things seem to make the Junior High and Grade School years both exciting and inspiring. Remember your grade school years and you will think of excited little kids crying and laughing and just having a really good time.
This year has been quite successful for them and we hope that their next years at Albany will be filled with as much excitement as their Junior High and Grade School ones had been.
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