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Innovations Bring Changes
Jim Baird - Political Science
1977-78 wasn't just another dull school year at FHS: students received benefits from a variety of innovations ranging from new teaching methods to totally new programs.
Heading the list of innovations was the TIPS program, a federally funded project to Improve the probability of success, designed for all vocational students needing help with school work.
A work-simulation program, developed by general studies students with a Division of Vocational Rehabilitation grant of $1,000 enabled these students to practice skills needed in jobs such as nursing, secretarial, auto mechanics, etc.
grade school science teachers and tried to iron out problems of material duplication. Earth Science was taught at the high school level.
For the first time in a number of years, the English Department teaching assignments were so that three teachers had one level each while two teachers picked up the left-overs.
The Building Trades ranch-style house, once again, was the combined project of building trades, drafting, woodworking, electricity, and home economics students.
Physical Education classes danced everything from the square dances to disco dances.
Bill Berry - Industrial Arts, Co-op
Another new development was the establishment of a Career Guidance Center at Washington School to serve a twelve-county area.
Washington School also housed a placement service to aid students, graduates, and adults In securing part-time or full-time employment In this area.
To implement articulation between the high school and feeder schools, the Science Department met with
Several classes moved to Washington School this year Including art, math, health, and occupations. Drafting and electricity moved there last year. Art students are especially pleased with the extra space.
Special activities of clubs this year included the band's long-awaited trip to Disney World during the summer, funded by thousands of dollars made with numerous projects over a two-year period. While there, the members marched In parades.
Paul Blrk - Guidance
Charles Buchanan -Math, Adapted Physical Education, Baseball Freshmen Co-S ponsor
Lucy Burgess - Home Economics, FHA
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Student Council L-R Row 1: Nancy Zimmerman, Secretary Robbin Dickey, Treasurer Ginnie Sulsberger, Chris Stanford, Linda Hemphill, Susan Stanford, Shannon Plumlee, Marsha Warren; Row 2: Blake Briscoe, Ken Wilkerson, Jack Etchison, Kent Burgess, Linda Martin, Becky Clement, Stacy Wells, Debbie Winka; Row 3: Lee Lewis, Bob Briscoe, Rusty Knapp, 1978 President Scott Welge, Lisa Lane, Leisha Fry, Linda West, Glenda West, Mark Burgess, 1977 President Harold Martin. Not pictured: Dave Dulaney, Tari Lake, and Jane Wolfe.
Superintendent Floyd E. Henson
Assistant Superintendent Carl E. House
1977 Student Body President Harold Martin turned over the office to the 1978 Student Body President Scott Welge. Other juniors running for the office were Bob Briscoe, Leisha Fry, Lisa Lane, and Marsha Warren.
Principal Thomas E. Coleman
Vice Principal Larry Rinehart Student Body Sponsor
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Rebecca Carson - English, Physical Education, Junior Co-Sponsor, Tennis
Nancy Clark - Guidance
Susan Dudley - General Studies, Freshman Co-Spon-sor
Diane Ecker - Business, Har-stan
Bob Elliott - Business, FBLA
Mike Fry - Science, Biology I
Mary Jo Hill - Math, Physical Ecucatlon, Letterwo-men. Volleyball, Softball
Larry Kane - Driver's Education, Athletic Director, Head Football Coach, Head Basketball Coach
Steve Lee - English, Journalism, Locust Log, Quill and Scroll
Joe McCoy - English, Speech, Drama Director, All-School Musical
Christine McQuIston - Social Science, Sophomore Co-Sponsor
Peg Marhoefer - Supportive Services, Cheerleaders
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