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"Peru Scholastic Honors
SCHOLASTIC honors are announced each year at the May Commencement and at the close of each term of the summer school. These honors are based upon scholarship, character, leadership, and service.
To be eligible for Class Scholastic Honors, a student must have carried at least fifteen hours per semester, and have earned from sixty-eight to seventy-nine points during the year. For Class High Honors he must have earned eighty or more points during the year.
Peru Honors have the additional requirement of being based upon the one hundred twenty-five hours required for a degree. To be eligible for this Honor a student must have earned the entire one hundred twenty-five hours at Peru, carried at least fifteen hours per semester, and averaged from sixty-eight to seventy-nine points per year. For Peru High Honors the average must be eighty or more points per year.
HONORS ANNOUNCED MAY, 1927 Senior High Honors—Marion Marsh, Libbie Kukral.
Senior Honors—Barton Clevenger, Opal Yost Carter, Marion E. Dodderer, Elsie Mares, Cora Clober Simon, James Vernon Simon, L. Leona Sparks.
Junior High Honors—Jessie Givens.
Junior Honors—Cretoria Wiles.
Sophomore High Honors—Genevieve Nicholas.
Sophomore Honors—Clarine Anderson, Laurine Anderson, Louise Case-beer, Wayne Catlett, Enid Colgazier, Amzie Grass, Marie Herron, Joy Hinricks. Glen Joder, Leslie Priefert, Virginia Simmons, Mildred Unkel, Evelyn Snyder.
Freshman High Honors—Joe Jones, Wanna Metcalf, Myrlin McGuire. Freshman Honors—Frederick Allen, Fred Duey, Averyi. Gaines, Verna Glandt, Ethel Reed, Ruth Richardson, Cleon Rhoades, Ruth Shelley, Elsie Wallin.
HONORS ANNOUNCED MAY, 1928 Peru Honors—Jessie Givens, Marjorie West.
Senior High Honors—Jessie Givens, Ruth Hatten, Florence Jones, Ardis Monroe, Marjorie West.
Senior Honors—Louise Casebeer, Lawrence Malm, Helen Stukeniioltz. Junior High Honors—Samuel E. Traudt.
Junior Honors—Ralph Chatelain, Lillian Brady, Cleon Rhoades, Emma J. Wood, Mary Wonder.
Sophomore High Honors—Fred Allen, Irene Andrews, Musetta Campbell, Fred Duey, Averyl Gaines, Joe Jones, Myrlin McGuire, Wanna Metcalf, Verna Penkava, Wilbur Schindler, Ruth Shelly, Elsie Wallin, Leone Vanderford.
Sophomore Honors—Florence Davis, Don Keister, Irene McKean, Chloe Pate, George Reinmiller, Johanna Zabel.
Freshman High Honors—Mary Gray, Leo Hauptman.
Freshman Honors—Ruby Brown, Margaret Bump, Helen Browning, Dale Dyke, Maxine Reagan, Dan Pettinger, Neil Pettinger, Edwin Rector, Raymond Ried, Clayton Swartz, Lenore Weber.
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AT present there is no finer equipment or better training school building in use in the middle west than the T. J. Majors Training School pictured below. There are approximately 350 pupils enrolled from kindergarten through the twelfth grade with the 6-3-3 plan of organization used. The school is conducted for the purpose of providing, in so far as possible, typical classroom situations in which college students may observe expert teaching and actually do the teaching themselves under proper supervision.
Each year approximately 200 college students get their first taste of teaching in this building. During the past year the building has been redecorated throughout; a very fine Kolster radio has been installed, and a Bousch Lomb Balopticon has been added to the projection room besides a new 16 mm. Eastman Kodoscopc Motion Picture machine, purchased by student funds. The old narrow football practice field is being enlarged into a regulation size gridiron and signs of progress may be observed everywhere about the building.
S. I.. Clements
The T. J. Majors Training School
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