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Schedules "Booked" by Academics
Mr. Scherr and a parent make good use of the Parent-Teacher Con-
ference Day set by the Milwaukee School System.
There were new faces in the ranks of the teachers but
at the same time others were missing as Pulaski started
the T967-68 school year. New teachers brought new
methods of instruction to the students to help further their
education. For more help, teachers of the Milwaukee
School System were given opportunities to speak with
the parents on Parent-Teacher Conference Days, held once
each semester. The School Board also provided two half-
day semester planning sessions for the teachers when they
attended all-school faculty meetings as well as depart-
Teachers further devoted their time to school functions
such as dances, plays, and concerts where they acted as
chaperones. Without the help and support of the teachers,
many clubs and extracurricular activities would not have
New and fresh surroundings were provided for the
teacher by the school budget. Pulaslci's halls and rooms
were thoroughly cleaned and then painted. New coats
of varnish were applied to the woodwork giving the ap-
pearance of "just like new." Ceilings also underwent
changes as acoustics and lighting were added. The im-
proved environment helped the teachers in their goals to
aid students in their education and development.
Mrs. Hackl and Alverno student teachers, Miss Pernecke and Miss
Jensen, discuss plans for a bulletin board on local color.
Caroline Hardy 'lboogaloosw the news of Miss lsely's greatness--who
says that history classes must be dull and drab?
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Organization Starts at the Top
Although enrollment decreased at Pulaski this year,
there was no letdown in the amount ot work done by the
administration. Mr. DeBriae, the principal, coordinated the
work ot Pulaski with the ideals ot education set forth by
the Milwaukee School Board. He managed the legal poli-
cies, the schools attairs with the surrounding community,
and its relations with other area schools. lt was also Mr,
Detlriae who headed the taculty and organized the school
calendar including report card dates and all-school pro-
The programming ot teacher and student schedules was
the task ot Mr. Jankowski, the vice-principal. ln addition to
directing the IBM program, he also enforced the code ot
well-disciplined students as he "discouraged" the tempta-
tion to be truant or tardy. Mr. Jankowski also processed
late entrants and handled student transters.
As the new assistant principal, Mr. Calabresa helped to
relieve Mr. DeBriae'c busy schedule. ln addition to super-
vising schoiarship and college application procedures, he
also directed the programming ot new students trorn iunior
high schools atter personal interviews with each student.
The March Career Day was scheduled and planned by Mr.
Calabresa with the cooperation ot homeroom teachers.
Mr, DeBriae and
Formulating school policy, the "Dynamic Duo,"
Mr. Jankowski, transfer their ideas from paper to action.
Assistant to the Principal
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