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Page 12 text:
BOARD OF EDUCATION
The Board of Education has labored long and unceasingly, with-
out regard for their own personal pleasures, sacrificing their time and
efforts in behalf of our high school. Through their endeavors, N. C. T.
H. S. has become a modern, up-to-date institution.
Every student of this high school should feel greatly indebted to
each and every one of' these men, who are so intensely interested in
widening the scope of education. '
Hum'bert J. Phelps, Principal
Southern Illinois Normal University, B. Ed.
Indiana University, M. 'S.
Agnes J. Forchee
Ball State Teachers' College, A.B.
George C. Blacker
University of Illinois, A.B., M. A.
Music, History, English
Winifred W. Grantham
McKendree College, B. S.
' Elizabeth Crutchfield
Murray State Teachers' College, B. S.
Mathematics and Physics
Ida Mae Jones
Southern Illinois Normal University,
B. S. Ed.
Physical Education, Geography, English
William J. Inman
Murray State Teachers' College
Coach, Physical Education, Science
Constance E. Duck
Southern Illinois Normal University,
B. S. Ed.
, Isabel Blacker
' William Woods College
Junior Business and Economic
Lamoine F. Hill
Secretary to the Principal
Page 14 text:
ADMINISTRATION ADJUSTS SCHOOL FOR TI-IE FUTURE
To Principal H. J. Phelps has come, again this year, the task of
adjusting Norris City Township High School to the many changes
brought about 'by the war. With changes in the faculty, and with stu-
dents leaving to join the armed forces, the job has not 'been an easy
During these times of economic and social dislocation, instruc-
tional programs must 'be maintained. In' spite of difficulties which
seemed insurmountable, Mr. Phelps has entirely maintained the effi-
ciency of our school. He has been assisted in his efforts by a 'capable
Back of Mr. Phelps stands the Board of Education, which is re-
sponsible for the excellent school system which we now lhave. Mr. I. E.
Turner, a mortician, is president of the Board of Educationg Mr. Elmo
Hill, a clerk, is secretaryg members are Mr. Fred Carroll, a restaurant
owner, Mr. L. H. Bayley, a farmerg and Mr. Dan Morehead, a miller.
These men represent a cross-section of the citizens of the community
around Norris City. They have given freely of their time and efforts
to maintain an efficient school. In war or in peace, we all owe a great
debt to our Board of Education and to our principal.
Great steps have been taken this year toward the perfection of
the guidance program which was installe-d in this school last year. At
the beginning of the school year, each student was individually regis-
tered by his or her class sponsor for -courses which were especially
suited to the student's aptitudes and a'bilities. A complete record of
ea-ch student is kept in the office. This record includes the student's
family history, hobbies and special interests, attendance record, and a
complete record of all grades made by the student. Norris 'City Town-
slhip High School has one of the best guidance programs in southern
N. C. T. H. S. also has an excellent health program, which is the
result of weeks of work by Mr. Phelps and his assistants. Every year,
each student is given a complete physical examination, a record of
which is kept on his or her individual medical 'card in the office. The
record also includes a medical history of the student an-d of the stu-
dent's family. These records are invaluable to our physical education
department in determining the abilities of each student.
Norris City Township High School is accredited 'by the State Super-
intendent of Public Instruction and by the University of Illinois, and
is a member of the North Central Association of Secondary Schools and
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