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schoo with whom lesson plans were prepared.
Cn 'he c:a,f that the fuwre 'eachers ,were to fake
over rhe classroornseacn knew what rnater al tc R
cover, The Student Council, which co-sponsored 4 ,V
'ne event, took over the administrative offices 'Q A'
dur ng the same period.
The future teachers also made their annual
trip tg Eagtgrn State Cgllege and Wayne State Future teachers often take over one ofthe classes. This time Ron Cowden
Umvefgny ,O wav., ,he faolmes avmlabie ,O Those directs his U.S. history class in their assignment for the day.
interested in taking courses in education.
Through a carefully supervised program of stu-
clent teaching, the club hopes to help achieve
and maintain a balanced supply of qualified
teachers for our nations school.
TOP ROW-Jane Willis, Jerry Fernandez, Ann Young, Ron Cowden, Dick Swanson, Grace McCain. SECOND
ROW-Mike Barents, Evelyn Smith, Joyce Polk, Judy Werstine, Pat Black, Ann Hall, Bob McNamee. THIRD
ROW-Jim Faulkner, Alice Hensley, Beverly Tethof, Donna Bennett, Elaine Matuscak, Connie Hammersly.
FOURTH ROW-Carolyn LaFontaine, Noreen Ahrens, Barbara Bentley, Bonnie Waller, Judy Graser, Judy
Markham. FIFTH ROW-Diane Kaiser, Marlene Watchko, Jeanne Cesarz, Jean Murphy, Kathleen Boutwell,
Joyce Raymond, Janet Campbell. SIXTH ROW - Beverly Stone, Mary Lou Thacker, Janet Harmon, Sue Cook.
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The co-ordination ofthe Future Teachers' club is the responsibility ofthe
officers and the sponsor. They meet often ta plan the club's activities and
to discuss problems which arise. They are from left to right: president,
Carolyn LaFontaine, treasurer, Ran Ellis, vice-president, Maureen Hemeye
Mr. Fred Syerson, sponsor, secretary, Pat French.
The Future Teacher's Club, which has cons
tinued to be one ot the largest organizations ot
its kind in the state, was organized tor those
students interested in teaching careers. ln order
to otter these potential teachers practical class-
room experiences, a program was set up where-
by each member was given an opportunity to
teach. Extending over a period ot six weeks,
these students went to various elementary
schools within the community and took up the
duties of teaching
A new event continued this year as one of
the club's activities was "Student Day." Every
member was assigned to a teacher in the high
,s r -
TOP ROW- Cyndy Pribbanow, Marilyn Miller, Jim Merek, Ann Smith, Ron Ellis, Jerry Nickles, Don Rucker
SECOND ROW-Jack Staron, Eleanor Nielson, Kathleen Coulton, Mary Smith, Marcia Wiegond, Tom Lau,
Linnea Benson. THIRD ROW-Marcia Ericson, Joyce Brooke, Karen Friess, Barbara Suchner, Karen Mau,
Marian Braund, Syrita Roark. FOURTH ROW-Marilynne Spears, Linda Bough, Sheila Clark, Karen Grundy,
Maureen Hemeyer, Devinee Marsh, Sallee VanBynen, Judy Flanagan. FIFTH ROW- Mr. Syerson, Nancy
Streeter, Pat French, Liz Gaiffe, Marianne John, Carlin Clark, Carol Conord. SIXTH ROW-June Nickles,
Marcia Mead, Pat Widmer, Linda Smith,
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The Audio Club, under the direction of Mr.
Lewis Randolph and Mr. Terrence Connors,
is setting up the sound system for one of the
assemblies. Harry Markowich, Don Pope, and
Jerry Campbell seem busily attending to their
TOP ROW-Mr. Lewis, Dennis Dearing, Ron
Parker, Bill Girordin, Jerry Campbell, Leslie
Borgia, John Newberg, Gail Hoase, Bob Briegel
Mr. Hortsig, Nick Pane. SECOND ROW-Neal Dud-
zik, Robb lmonen, Charlie Jennett, Stanley Witt.
The Audio Club is known as
a behind the scenes service.
The members take care of all
lighting and public address sys-
tems at plays, assemblies, and
various other school activities.
The Movie Club performs all opera-
tions forthe maintenance of a visual aids
program in Bentley, which includes the
operation of movie proiectors, obtaining
and returning films, and the scheduling
of films. The only limitations to mem-
bership in the Movie Club are "C" or
better grade average, and a sincere in-
terest in the club. The club shows a
variety of audio-visual materials, and
they also show noon and night movies.
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