Jefferson High School - Archives Yearbook (Monroe, MI)

 - Class of 1966

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Page 11 text:

a better place to learn today... For seventeen years Mr. Sodt has been with thelefferson School System as superin- tendent. He has spent thirty-four years in the school business, half teaching and the other half as superintendent. He undoubted- ly has the experience necessary for the work he does, and proves his competence by serv- ing the community in the good, sound way that he does. Mr. Sodt obtained his Bachelorof Scien- ce degree from Eastern Michigan University and his Master of Arts degree from the Uni- versity of Michigan. The good iob that he has done so far has not gone unnoticed or unappreciated. The future of Jefferson is in excellent, competent hands. Mr. Raymond Kessler Mr. Harold Sodt Mr. Kessler has been principal of .lef- ferson High School since it opened in l96l. He is a graduate of the University of Tole- do, where he earned his B.A. and M.A. de- grees. During his years at Jefferson, Mr. Kess- ler has helped to bring about many improve- ments for the betterment of the student body, the faculty and staff, and the school in gen- eral. Last year the high school became ac- credited bythe North Central Association of Secondary Schools, aswell as bythe Univer- sity of Michigan. page 7

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Planning for tomorrow makes Jeffersor The Jefferson District was organized in l947. lt was composed of the Sandy Creek School, Brest School, Webb School, and Stony Pointe School. Later the Masserant and Bom- ya District of Berlin Township were added to the new district. The Jefferson District provided educational facilities for children from Kindergarten through the eighth grade. A series of bond issues has been pass- ed to provide finances for growth and expan- sion. ln i955 a Junior High program was added. The last bond issue, for 52,000,000 was passed in May i959 and was used to add space to Hurd Road and to provide funds for a high school. The building of the High School came about as a result of the annual election in 1957. After a one year study by a special committee, a report was given to the Board of Education. A High School Curriculum Com- mittee was established bythe Board mem- bers in September 'l958. The Bureau of High School Service of the University of Michigan aided the Committee. The High School was completed for use in the fall of l96l andthe first senior class graduated in l963. Today the Jefferson District consists of ll,000 people and provides service for 2,200 students. A staff of 85 teachers and many others as well makes this possible. As of October l, l965, the Senior High has an enrollment of 468 of which 250 are boys. Left to right: Harold Sodt, superintendent, Rene president, Robert Marshall, secretary, Thomas Metdepenningen, trustee, Louis Geiermon, trus- Sising, vice-president, lva Menning, treasurer tee, Thomas Verran, trustee, Conrad Michael, p ge6



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Work for a counsellor is never Never hours enough in the day... One of the busiest people in the school is Mrs. Meyers. Her day be- ginswith a fast pace and doesn't'let up throughout the whole day. Aside from keeping track of everyone, she takes in calls and keeps records every day. Between her efficient of- fice work and common knowledge of what's going on about the school, Mrs. Meyers never seems to have enough time in a day. Advice and consent... done, and the counsellors at Jeffer- son are no exception to the rule. They are continually busy with per- sonal and academic problems of Jef- ferson students. They are well qual- ified and help students with sche- dule changes, aid them by offering advice concerning school or home problems, and keep them informed about colleges, scholarships and re- quired tests. page 8 Excuses, BXCUSQS, GXCUSGS... lf you pass by the office any morning you can see the long line of Jefferson students waiting to see their favorite friend, none other than Mr. Sakel. As attendance officer he records absences of students and al- so checks out their many excuses. Mr. Sakel teaches American Govern- ment, and one of his favorite sayings is appropriately, "That'sfantasticl" Checking over some papers are Mr. Gossard Miss Dick, and Miss Schlorb.

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