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Page 11 text:
Guidance Maps, Outlines, Blueprints, Examines
The Guidance Office is always
open to the student who has a
problem about college entrance,
studies, or job selection. Guidance
counselors, Mr. James Bishop, Mr.
Carl Nave, Mrs. Elizabeth Ward,
and Miss Margaret Martin, help
each student to select the college
of his choice. Throughout the
year, numerous opportunities are
provided to acquaint students
with the many possibilities for
post-high school education and em-
ployment. ln cooperation with the
Kiwanis of Roanoke, monthly voca-
tional assemblies are given for
Juniors. College night featured
representatives of state colleges
and the armed services.
Mrs. Ward, Parsons Hall Guidance Coun-
selor, attacks a pile of college recommen-
Dfuring sixth period study hall, Larry Pheil, Ed Pyne John King Bruce Gillespie and Barton Whitlock examine catalogues from the guidance
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Mr. Taylor, Persinger Hall Dean, checks the
assigning a new student to classes.
Deans Do Double Dufy
Deans Donald Bartol, Carl Nave,
and Benjamin Taylor supervise the
three halls. A close dean-faculty-
student relationship is made possi-
ble by fhe "school within a school"
plan. Under the leadership of
deans, friendly but spirited hall
competition prevails. The dean's
duty as chief disciplinarian often
casts him in the role of villaing
however, most students discover
that the fierce exterior conceals a
true friend and trusted adviser.
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master schedule before Mr. Bartol, Parsons Hall Dean, has a friendly chat
with Jackie Cooper.
Mr. Nave, McQuilkin Hall
ploughs thru a desk-load of
and Guidance Counselor
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Mr. Bishop, Chairman of the Guidance Department, gives Cindy Levin a mint to
calm her jittery nerves while she waits to hear from George Washington University.
P.S. She was accepted.
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C o I I e g e Board woes bring
many students to the Guidance
To insure proper planning and
achieving of goals, guidance
counselors assist underclassmen
to select schedules for their high
sc h ool careers. ln September
Freshmen and Juniors take STEP
and SCAT tests, the first of many
tests which measure educational
progress and harass unwary Pat-
Miss Martin, Persinger Hall Guidance
Counselor, ponders a student's qualifi-
cations before suggesting a college choice.
Miss Cundiff gives a friendly smile to
everyone who comes to the main office
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