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'I he Senior Division of the High School as it is now organized consists of the ninth and tenth grades, with an enrollment of approximately sixty pupils. The course of study is similar to that maintained in the corresponding grades of typical Nebraska high schools. Manual training is provided for the boys, while courses in sewing and cooking give practical direction to the girls’ industrial work. High school teachers are chosen with reference to their special fitness for the subject they seek to teach, and upon recommendation of the department of the Normal School in which each teacher has made her preparation. During the school year approximately fifty seniors have opportunity to teach classes in these grades.
rite completion of the T. J. Majors Training School building affords most excellent and commodious quarters for the school. A special assembly is maintained exclusively for the high school, and plenty of well-heated and well-lighted class rooms make almost ideal conditions for instruction. The large gymnasium is most popular as a play and recreative center.
Kach grade in the school elects its own officers and maintains its own class organization. The personnel of class officials for the current year are: Tenth grade— president, Lawrence Rouse; V. I . Clyde I vers; Secretary-Treasurer, Richard Overholt; Chairman of Program Committee, Ted Cowel; and S. at A., Herman Rhodus.
Ninth grade President, Neil Cole; V. P., Kingsley House; Secretary-Treasurer, Hallic Weaver; Chairman Program Committee. Mildred Fisher; S. at A., Jackson Weaver.
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