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Page 8 text:
Ray A. Flom, senior high school
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Leslie J. Knox, junior high principal
Farley D. Bright, superintendent of schools.
We are the administration, industrious and
civic-minded. By working together, we have
accomplished the introduction of a practical
nurses' training' course through our school, the
addition ofa new junior high shop in the Lin-
coln building, the modernizing of the chemistry
lab, along with other minor improvements.
During the summer new fluorescent lights,
new mail boxes, a counter, and an electric
typewriter were added to the offices.
Superintendent Bright is occupied with such
duties as the general supervision of the school
district's IO4 employees, the business adminis-
tration of a S600,000 school budget, and
Behind the llesks, the Brains.
numerous other responsibilities.
Senior high principal, Mr. Flom, is always
filling out tardy slips for the late-sleepers and
absence slips for the "vacationers" in between
his major duties of supervising teachers and
students, checking attendance, and taking
care of high school activity funds and major
discipline and curricular problems. He also
finds time to teach civics.
Mr. Knox, junior high principal, has his
hands full trying to untangle such problems
as unpaid fines, report cards, and attendance.
He also teaches seventh grade health and has
charge of junior high studies.
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Page 9 text:
Board of Education looks over plans for a new McKinley School.
Standing: Howard Risch, Martin T. Larson, Dr. R. O. Sather,
seated: G. E. Kronholm, clerk, Joseph Linster, president,
Charles Perry, treasurer.
Six gentlemen who are friends of education
in Minnesota-this is our Board of Education.
All of the public schools in our district are
under their jurisdiction. Theirs is a responsible
job, for they are the middlemen between the
people of Crookston, and its schools. Through
their efforts the new Washington School has
been completed, a site for the new McKinley
School has been purchased, and the insurance
program for all of our district's school build-
ings has been brought up-to-date. The board
is now working on the possibility of an addition
to the high school. ln October, G. E, Kronholm
replaced lvar Swanson, who moved out of the
Secretaries Ruth Ann Bergum, Marlene Hinkley, and
Verna Torgerson, our trio behind the office desks,
always know what's going on.
Faucet fiddlersl Mr. Linster, Mr. Perry,
and Dr. Sather examine new chem-
istry lab equipment.
Pausing to answer one of his business calls is Mr. Bright
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