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Page 86 text:
Academics Activate Intent Minds
As a result of decreased enrollment, Pulaski teachers
and students encountered a new seven hour day. This new
schedule meant fifty-six minute periods instead of the
shorter forty-eight minutes of the past years. New teaching
methods, new courses, and new books enabled the faculty
to put their best foot forward and trip students into learn-
ing. Trained guidance counselors were assigned for each
grade level to help students cope with the arising prob-
lems of today's teens while homeroom teachers offered
individual guidance in daily problems. ln addition, many
teachers worked with student teachers who would be re-
ceiving their licenses in the near future.
Besides their regular teaching schedule, faculty mem-
bers supervised study halls, the cafeteria, and chaperoned
dances. Without their help, special projects and clubs
would not have existed. All extra-curricular activities had
to have an advisor who devoted many hours before, dur-
ing, and after school to make clubs and projects a success
and to get the sports teams into top condition. Whenever
a student ran into a problem or whenever they displayed
extra talent in a subject, special help was cheerfully given.
Mr. Steffen tries to get on Santa's "good-kid" list by promising to
give his advanced math students good grades.
Mrs. Markwardt is a perfect picture of determination as she concocts
Cl test for her unsuspecting home economics classes,
Diligent study of articles in professional journals helps keep Mrs. Pope
abreast of new ideas in the field of journalism.
Page 85 text:
ife - A Time
Inside every classroom were students,
Seven hours a day, five days a week,
This was their native environment.
Sometimes they were enthused, eager, and
Sometimes they were tired, bored, and sluggish,
Other times they had a good laugh
Or maybe battled an opinion,
But whatever the situation,
It was always influenced by a special someone,
The teacher was the commander of the classroom,
He was there to guide his students,
To test them, to correct them,
To talk with them, to inform them,
And most of all, to understand them.
The administration kept busy making the rules,
And enforcing them throughout the year
As anyone coming from Mr. .lankowski's office
Behind the scenes, but not unnoticed,
Were the men in green
Who were always just around the corner fixing
And each night after the corridors cleared
The ladies of the broom brigade set to work
Preparing each classroom for another day of
Thus, everyone worked together
To give each student a time to learn.
Page 87 text:
Official iudges of Homecoming floats, Mr. Bergland, Mr. Boyajicn, and Mrs. Cichocki, confer on the ratings of various enlries.
Mrs. Hancock shows movies of Hawaii and dances To i'l.ovely Hula
Hands" as an annual event in her Girls' Health classes.
No time To slop and chat as Mr, Max hurries to change into his red
and blue iurnp suif for a victory pep rally.
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