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Page 11 text:
A Ward McCann
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Progress IS our most Important product The new fCCIllfI8S whuch
wlll be provided by the shop addltlon are designed to meet the needs
e Y of modern educotlon
Provldmg modern fOCllIfIOS for Llvoma s schools IS one ofthe alms of
our School Board The completion of our swummmg pool which IS now
under constructlon will broaden Bentley s physical educahon currucu
lum and provide enqoyment for the clty s residents
H E Nelson
Bentley students returned to thenr classrooms this
autumn wlth more eagerness than usual There were
plans for many key addmons to the school s program
demonstratmg the cornmunltys belnef In thenr chuld
rens future Symbolnc of the communuty and actnng
as :ts direct representative ns the school board School
constructaon signs all over Lnvonna pount to thenr alert
efforts to provide a system that expands wnth the
community, rneetlng the needs of nts children
Page 10 text:
Bentley's academic program has steadily im'
proved since the school's establishment in l947.
The latest development was the new system of
registration introduced last spring.
The confusion usually associated with enroll-
ment was cut to a minimum by this new method.
A few students at a time were called from their
classes to the gym, where they arranged their fall
schedules with the aid of teachers and counselors.
When selections were made the students passed
to Mr. Glanz, where they received a ticket from
the masterboard for each class placement. Once
the hours were decided upon, teachers recorded
the schedules and registration was over for an-
When school began last fall every student
knew exactly what the arrangement of his classes
were, and each was able to begin work smoothly
and without delay.
si , N 1'-,il
Ad1es'ing :loss loads falter re9l5"f"
tic1 is C difficult toslr. lt requires the
effort ol both counselors ond the od-
rninistrotors. Those working here oret
Mr. Lee Joslin, Mr. Arthur RCQSVS
and Mr. Cecil Allord-
Checlcing schedules ond class selections lcept Mrs.
Dolores Hcheisel busy. The line formed to the right
,gg Judy l3hillipS, Eleanor Nielson, Linnea BEVTSOVH
ond Jeon McCreOdie.
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Page 12 text:
BCDYOFI Yates E. S. Michelson Harold Wells
Superintendent Asst. Superintendent Business Administrator
Mr. Cecil H. Alford, principal of Bentley High Mr. William Warren and Mr. Robert Bentley. Our
school heads one of the area's largest educational principals are directly responsible to the North Cen-
units. The September i956 enrollment of 997 was tral Association of Secondary Schools to see that our
staffed by 59 teachers who taught 239 classes each school meets the associations rigid curricular and
day. He is aided by the capable assistant principals, extra curricular requirements.
Congratulations to the graduating
os. class of '57' from your principals. We
want you to know that our best wishes
go with you as you leave Bentley high
school. We are sure that your post-grad-
uate achievements will make us proud
that we were able to be a part of your
school preparation for your future citiz-
enship. A lorge part of our work for the
past few years will go with each of you,
and our success as educators will be
reflected by your success after you leave
us. lf we can help you further, even after
graduation, we will be happy to do so.
Good luck to each of you.
This was the first year in which Bentley had two assistant principals. Here Mr.
William Warren, assistant principal: Mr. Cecil Alford, principal: and the new
assistant principal, Mr. Robert Bentley ga over a notice from the Board of Edu-
Dolores Hoheisel Helga Hall Mariorie Robinson Roberta Karr Joan Spencer
Secretary B00kl4e9Pef Clerk Student Assistant Student Assistant
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