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Personnel Play A Vital Role
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Eve Koevenig is the Keystone aid. Rudy Duwenhoegger is the
elementary janitor and not pictured is Mrs. Buckholz. Bus
drivers are Lester Schriner, Candy Turner, Warren Shay, Mr.
l-larnet, Delbert Maxtield, Ken Gardner and not pictured is
Grace Larson. Judy Swift, Babe Law, Mary Helen Alexander,
Dee Schrier, and Joyce Bintliff are the school cooks. Terry
lvleissner, Ruby Robbins, Sue Anderson, and Mrs. Fess are
elementary aids. Judy Schrank is our elementary Libarian.
Our school depends on more then just teach-
ers. If we had no janiter our school would not be
clean. Teachers need extra help so our teach-
ers aids help in many ways by running off pa-
pers, putting up bulletin boards and watching
kids out on the play ground area.
The cooks are also needed in the school. If
there were no cooks we would have to bring
cold sack lunches or eat up town.
More important people include the bus drivers.
It there were no bus drivers the parents would
have to bring there kids to school everyday.
We also have a librarian for the Elementary so
our young generation can read and explore
Without all of these important people our
school would not function properly.
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The Kindergarten Class
The Kindergarten class has 20 children in each group. The first
group goes Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The second group
on Tuesdays and Thursdays. They alternate each week. They
are taught by Miss Pam Lee and are learning to tie their shoes
and know different sounds. Different holiday parties are enjoyed
by all! Show and Tell is on Thursdays and Fridays.
They use a point system in their classes this year. They earn
points on manners and perfect papers. For certain amounts of
points they get bubble gum or stickers. Miss Pam Lee keeps
track of forty kindergarteners height and weight with a chart.
She also teaches them music. The childrens goal this year is to
prepare for the first grade.
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