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Students Publish, Read, Discuss, Exercise Some students volunteer to help in the library. They donate their free time by assisting Mrs. Stauffer before, during, and after school. A publications ' class was organized for the first time this year. Ninth grade students spend hours on the yearbook and the school paper. The library is filled with many new and interesting books. The librarian helps students locate books and become acquainted with library customs. Many freshmen are in publications ' class. The stu- dents work on the Kite ' NT Key and the Post. They are assisted by Mrs. Lawrence. Orientation classes are led by Mr. Riley and Mr. Simpson. The students have discussions on different topics. The course will guide the students toward a better future. Physical education is taken by all girls and boys at Franklin. Great stress is made to insure physical fit- ness for every student. ;-.; is designoted for ninth grade students. In - ' j ing one of their many discussions. During the boys ' gym classes, they learn to work with each other developing physically fit bodies, team work, and good sports- manship. 10
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Eighth grade girls are introduced to homemaking in one semes- er. The first half is spent on grooming and clothing while the second part includes foods and nutrition. These home arts students are examining an exhibit which helps to explain how various electrical switches operate. In industrial arts the students learn the basic knowl- edge of tools. Working with a varied assortment of materials, each student makes and turns in different projects throughout the year. Every seventh grader at Franklin takes home arts. Here the students learn the basic repairs needed for various home fixtures. They also discuss topics per- taining to the general care of a home. Home economics is required for every eighth grade girl. Several ninth graders also benefit from a home economics class. These students learn the basic skills of homemaking. Franklinites Obtain Skills in Practical Arts Industrial arts is introduced to the eighth grade boys for one semester. Boys may elect to take shop in their ninth grade year. Students in the class learn the art of building and using tools in the correct manner.
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Mr. Plasket, principal of Franklin Junior High, supervises all activities and the instruction of the students. The programming and laning of students and the supervision of new teachers are among Mr. Plas- ket ' s responsibilities. He is also responsible for the work of the faculty and custodians and the ordering and use of equipment and supplies. Mr. Plasket ' s chief goal is to make Franklin an excellent place for students to learn. Mr. Mathias is staff assistant of Franklin Junior High. His major responsibility is guidance, such as preparing materials, guidance periods, and helping students with program planning for ninth and tenth grades. He also supervises the cafe- torium during the lunch periods and works with teachers, staff, and individual students. Mr. Ma- thias is co-ordinator of the activity programs and extra-curricular activities. Mr. Mathias ' goal is to improve Franklin con- tinually so students will enjoy attending school and getting a good education. Mr. Plasket Administration Has Important Goals Mr. Mathias
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