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Page 30 text:
MR. IOHNSON MEETS WITH ASSISTANTS AND SUPERVISORS
Left to right: Donald Keil, Horace Wollerman, Lloyd D. Norman, Elise C.
Kohlmann, Raymond Ready, Macy Pruitt, P. L, Woods, B. Iohnson, E. M.
Leamon, C. R. Wright, Bernice Williamson, Louise Anthony, Guy Duker,
lane Henry, Loyd Carson.
The Administrative Staff of the Alton
Community Unit School District is composed
of competent men and women who are import-
ant factors in the efficient and successful oper-
ation of the schools.
Mr. Keil is the school engineer: Mr. Wol-
lerman is Director of Audio-Visual Education:
Mr. Norman, Director of Counseling and
Guidance: Mrs. Kohlmann, Supervising Nurse:
Mr. Ready, Administrative Assistant in charge
of Elementary Curriculum: Mr. Pruitt, Admin-
istrative Assistant in charge of Iunior and
Senior High Curriculum, Mr. Woods. Chief
Custodian: Mr. Iohnson, Superintendent of
Schools: Mr. Wright, Administrative Assist-
ant in charge of Vocational Education: Miss
Williamson, Director of Art: Miss Anthony,
Director of Libraries: Mr. Duker, Director of
Music: Miss Henry. Director of Home Econ-
omics and Lunch Service: and Mr. Carson,
Page 29 text:
B. Ed., Southern Illinois University
M.A., University of Illinois
As we near the time cf graduation from Alton Senior High School and the end of our
school days in the Alton system, believe it or not, we are beginning to have our reflective
moments. Amd as we pause to think of what the schools of our home town have meant to
us. we naturally think of the fun we have had - - even though we might have complained
of a "tough" assignment now and then. We realize, too, in our more serious moods the
many educational opportunities and advantages we have had which were denied our grand-
parents, and even our parents. Consequently, it is in this connection that we think of the
persons who were able to recognize our educational needs and who worked so diligently
toward their attainment,
When we consider individuals our thoughts turn to Mr Iohuson whom 'ill of us have
known and respected during his years as Superintendent. We have had the o ortinit t
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observe that through Mr. Iohnson's administration, advancements have been made in every
field of school activity, and with the intelligent and progressive support of competent men
on the Board of Education, and an energetic administrative staff great strides hav b
. . e een
taken toward making the Alton school system and now the new community unit district.
the best in the State of Illinois. Because of Mr. Iohnson's dynamic leadership and pleasing
personality, his firm grasp of the knowledge of school operation and management. and his
sincere. conscientious, and hard-working efforts toward the completion of a job well-done,
we have no doubt that the Alton Unit District is destined to become an outstanding school
system in the Nation. We are pleased to loin the many hundreds who have rad t d d
. g uae ur-
ing Mr. Iohns0n's superintendency in expressing our deepest gratitude for his contribution
toward the educational advancement of our schools in general and toward our own, as
students, in particular.
Page 31 text:
After serving as Assistant Principal of
Alton High for the past two years, Mr. Davis
was elevated to the Principalship when Mr.
Pruitt became an administrative assistant to
Superintendent I. B. Iohnson. In connection
with his duties in his former position, we had
opportunity to know Mr. Davis and to realize
that the school would continue to be in strong
and capable hands in his new position,
As Principal of Alton High, Mr. Davis
has demonstrated capable administrative leader-
ship and a thorough knowledge of the many
facets connected with the operation of a large
high school. Since this is the first year of the
operation of the F. W. Olin Vocational School.
Mr. Davis has had the additional responsibility
of coordinating the vocational and industnial
curriculum into the academic and the arrange-
m-ents of student class schedules. In extra
curricular activities, Mr. Davis has given en-
couragement to the development of stu-dent
initiative and responsibility. Stern when the
occasion demands it but kindly, tolerant, and
considerate in his relationships with students
and teachers are familiar characteristics of Mr.
G. C. DAVIS
B.S., Iames Millikin University
M.S., University of Illinois
off s W ,.-. il - ' Mr. Iackson has opportunity to
meet and to know nearly all the boys
.. f'if.ffl'ff" "'1 T "':',' ,' f I "i" f in school since, in his position as Dean
of Boys, all absences are cleared through
his office. During the course of a school
year many problems of boys, of one kind
or another, are ironed out by Mr. lack-
son whose dominating motive is to do the
right and fair thing for the boys and the
school. As Director of Athletics. Mr.
Iackson is kept quite busy in the ad-
ministration of the athletic programs of
Miss Teter is responsible for the
clearing of all girls' absences from
school. In her counseling capacity, Miss
Teter is deeply concerned with the solu-
tion of any girls' problems during the
year. Miss Teter has given. splendid
service in the program of educational
guidance as liason between college rep-
resentatives who call at the school and
the students who are planning to enter
college. Miss Teter is sponsor of a
strong service organization in the school
- - the Girls' Council.
LEONA B. TETER
Dean of Girls
RAY L. IACKSON
Dean of Boys
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