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Rip? Locker Trouble? Cold feet? Maintenance Crew Keeps BHS in shape Marshall McGraw Paul Jones Morris Lackey 10 Photos of Lackey and Genievich by Tim Zukas, others by John Eisler Mrs. Verna H. Erickson, Matron Joe Bell
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Attendance Office has a busy time The Berkeley High School Attendance Office main- tained records for the entire student body. Legally re- quired by the state, it provided a check on the students. Anywhere from 200-400 students were absent per day, and during the epidemics 800-1000 were absent per day. the biggest problem of the office was cutting. The standard punishment for this offense was detention after school. The most common excuse for absence was health. Most of the absences were on Mondays and most of the cutting occurred on Fridays. The attendance office staff has had a new member this past year. This was Mr. Linwood Teller, the Dean of Attendance, who was formerly an Economics teacher at Berkeley High. The other staff members included Miss Eunice Carlson, Mrs. Sheila Kilgore, Mrs. Hazel MacFarland, and numerous student proctors. — Photo by Chris Hum The Nurse ' s office takes care of the health of the students. Proctor Kathryn Cox (left) helps Nurse Glenda Crabbe who is talking to Allen Sanford while Assistant Nurse Mrs. Helen Ray attends to Ronald Cox ' s football injury. — Photo by Tim Zukas Mrs. Sheila Kilgore, Mrs. Hazel MacFarland,, and Miss Eunice Carl- son, left to right, help students in the attendance before school. Hurse Administers First Aid The nurse here at Berkeley High School this past year was Mrs. Glenda Crabbe, a Registered Nurse and Public Health Nurse for ten years. She had a helper, Mrs. Helen Ray, a Licensed Vocational Nurse who administered ad- vanced first aid. Both were here for the first time this year. Mrs. Crabbe ' s duties consisted of administering first aid for any injuries that teachers could not handle. She also took care of students who became ill during the day. She also helped to promote health by giving vision screen- ing, hearing and tuberculosis tests. Approximately 60 students came in to Mrs. Crabbe and Mrs. Ray for aid each day during the year. Mrs. Crabbe ' s advice to BHS students is to " stay well. " Maintenance staff has heavy load because of construction The maintenance staff at Berkeley High School has had an extra load added to their work because of the new construction here this past year. Mr. Rocky Adams, head custodian (right), said that the staff took care of all maintenance except for painting, major plumbing, and other such things. There was no in- crease in the staff to accommodate the new buildings. The gardening was in- stalled by a private firm, the Robert L. Sage Construction Company, and has been maintained by the staff of custodians. The staff also emptied the 50 garbage cans, once a day, even though they were apparently used very little. According to Mr. Adams, the litter problem is one of importance. He said over 35 per cent of the time of the maintenance staff was spent in unnecessary cleaning due to careless students and faculty. The staff cleaned up after almost all school functions. Mr. Adams, who has been at Berkeley High for twenty years, said that he can remember when the school used to have a student clean-up day. The members of the maintenance staff were: Mr. Rocky Adams, Mr. Joseph Bell, Mr. Frank Carraway, Mr. Wendell Clark, Mrs. Verna Ericson (matron), Mr. Howard Fisk, Mr. Edward Genievich, Mr. Kenneth Hampton, Mr. Curtis Hewitt, Mr. Freddie Jackson, Mr. Ruffin Jackson, Mr. Paul Jones, Mr. Morris Lackey, Mr. Marshall McGraw, Mr. George Neely, Mr. Homer Tally, Mr. Percy Williams, Mr. Vernon Williams, and Mr. Jay Royce.
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Howard Fisk % .e fft Kenneth Hampton f John January Homer Talley Jay Royce No more clean-up days at BUS thanks to maintenance staff Frank Carraway Photos of Talley and Fisk by Tim Zukas, others by John Eisler Percy Williams 1 1
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