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SECOND ROW: Potter, Blitz,
Hole, Bergman. FIRST ROW:
Hunstein, Iohrison, Simon,
Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Stem-
mermcxn were not present
when the picture wus token.
Parents Loyally Support Our School
ED hy Mr. Kyle Graham. the Parent-Teachers
Association provided a central group in which
parent-teachers' prohlems were discussed. The in-
dividual prohlems of each student were revealed as
parents were invited to Mmeet the teachers." Many
additional activities throughout the year estalilished
a spirit of cooperation useful to all concerned. Thus
the P.T.A. gave its full support to the school.
HE lNormandy lVlothc1's' Cluli, guided hy Mrs.
R. H. Simon, accomplished its goal of creat-
ing a hetlcr understanding lietween the present day
pupil and his school. Through projects raising
funds used to aid Saga and Courier. and through
the discussion of prohlems of school and home en-
vironments, this organization proved very beneficial
Triylor, Rioqeit, Lebei
SECOND ROVX7: Gillette
Abrams, Glaze, Hendersor
McGinty, Chcnnpion, Ritchie
Sterling. FIRST ROW: Hum
kins, lhrchroeden, Sirnor
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SECOND ROW: Small, Schulze, Thiele. FIRST ROW: Hauser, Burner, McKc1in.
Board of Education Formulates Policy
HE highest authority in the school system. the
Board of Education had the greatest burden
of responsibility in matters concerning the schools
making up the Normandy District.
A tremendous amount of work was done by the
Board, with the single goal of providing the best
possible educational opportunities for Normandy
residents. The success of their work was seen in
the high standards of excellence of our schools.
Among the various duties of this public-spirited
group were tll the legislation of general policies
for the entire Normandy Consolidated School Dis-
trictg 123 the maintenance of full disciplinary
authority over all school employeesg 133 the regu-
lation of the finances of the school so as to give
the students the finest of education at the least pos-
sible expendilure to the communityg 141 the guard-
ing of the general health and the maintenance of
the highest scholastic standards for the students
under their supervision.
Because the citizens of the community are fully
aware of the importance of a reliable and conscien-
tious Board of Education, they have never had cause
to regret the selection of this distinguished group.
They represent continual progress in a most im-
portant phase of community life. The determina-
tion with which these men worked was an inspira-
tion to other similar groups.
The slogan of our Board might very well be, to
paraphrase Missourils State Motto, "Let the Wel-
fare of the Students be the Supreme Law."
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