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Page 174 text:
Benson counselors were very important in the make-up of
the Tech scene. Counselors had many duties to perform
throughout the year. Their duties included the forecasting and
scheduling of students, counseling students who seek help
concerning school-related problems, helping them choose a
major. and finding a job.
Each freshman, upon his arrival was assigned a counselor
which he will maintain throughout his years at Tech. Since a
student has the same counselor each year, he gets to be well
acquainted with him, making things run much more smoothly.
ABOVE: Mr. Wilkes and Mr. Larson go over next year's forcasting problems.
FAR RIGHT: Mr. Wise advises senior Mike Thomas. RIGHT: Mrs. Betty
Jenkins keeps things running smoothly in the counseling department.
Page 176 text:
With the nearly 2000 people involved at Benson,
administration problems naturally arose. Benson kept their
problems to a minimum because of the job done in the
personnel office. Attendance and disciplinary actions were
taken care of here with the help of vice principal, Paul
Benninghoff. The daily bulletin was written to inform students
and faculty about school happenings.
The main office was the part of the school which handled all
of the business of the school including incoming telephone
calls and mail. The secretaries and student assistants had a
busy day, usually. controlling phone calls among the class
rooms when faculty members needed to get in touch with each
other. This saved all of the walking from class to class.
Teachers also had to check-in and check-out here when they
arrived and departed from the school premises. The main office
was also used as a central location of the school as it was used
as the headquarters for such drives as Second Wind, March of
Dimes and other student activities.
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