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Page 18 text:
Pickney High School is aided in its ability to run smooth-
ly by several people. To keep things running in the main of-
tice is Mrs. "Molly'l Janowski. Molly helps to keep students
in order and helps Mr. Kennedy helps Mr. Kennedy quite a
bit. In the administration office there is Mrs. Matteson, Mrs.
Wlundyka, and Mrs. Hasson.
The bus drivers are very important people to our school.
They bring us to school and get us out at night. They are
very helpful on game nights by providing us with transpor-
tation to and from sports activities.
Our kitchen help is a very important aspect to our
school. They provide us with a noursihing meal to help us
to get through the day. With the help of Mrs. Abney, we
can always look forward to good lunches.
The custodians without helping, our school would be
total chaos. Everyday at 2:30 they come out with their
mops, pails, and brooms to prepare the school for another
Without the help of these people, the school would have
a hard time existing.
These are our bus drivers. Row one: S. Masters, D. Baughn.S.Tepat-
ti, B. Childs. Row two: L. Newman, H. Reynolds, H. Curtis, M. Shin-
nut, M. Krahn, M, Brown, N. Smith, M. Walker, Mr. McCurdy. Not
Mrs. Bodnztr, Mrs. Black, Mr. lrey, Mr. Nichols, Mr. Russell, and Mr.
pictured: M. Dotts, D. LaFata. B. Stoll, E. Hollister, M. Michael, W.
Gasper, E. Van Radden, C. Brown, N. Klave, M. Walker, J. Stratton,
M. Debarr, M. Glass, A. Potter.
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The Work with Us
Mrs. Swarthout and Mr. Chamberlain are two of the most
important people in our school. They help us to step into
the present and future. With their guidance we are pointed
towards a better and more promising life.
This year the counselors are providing students with help
in scheduling and curriculum problems. The counselors are
important to every student where individual care is a neces-
sity. Whether it is counseling n disturbed freshman or direc-
ting a college bound senior, the counselors work for beyond
the regular school day. The counselors try to meet all of the
students' needsg the rewards are manyg the problems, tre-
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Those serving our meals this year are: Bottke, D. Amburgey, S. Abney, G. Swarthout, R. Swartout, A.
In the oftice you will find: Mrs. Wlundyka, Mrs. Hassan, Mrs. Matlison, Mrs. Amburgey, Mrs. Janowski.
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