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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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Senior High School
THE Senior High School is a part of the T. J. Majors Training School. It is made up of grades ten, eleven, and twelve. There were 115 enrolled this year,
86 of whom were Peru residents, 24 Nemaha county residents, 4 from other counties in the state and one person from out-state.
The teaching in the high school as in the other departments of the training school is done by student teachers under the direction of the supervisors—Faul-haber, Kenton, Brown, Muck, and Mathews—who devote the major part of their time in the Senior High.
The other six who supervise high school classes are concerned chiefly with college classes. During the past year only those college students who were of junior or senior rank were permitted to do practice teaching. Approximately thirty students teach in the Senior High each quarter.
The Senior High School is a member in good standing of the North Central Association of High Schools and Colleges. It has also been given first class rating by the University of Nebraska.
L. B. Mathews
"Ilis Japanese Wife,” Presented by Senior High School
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