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1935 THE SIREN 1935
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Front Row: Raymond Green, Frederick Latus, Henry Zimmermann fpresidentl. Back Row:
Frank Proctor, Robert Stephenson, George Norton tclerkl.
Sauquoit Valley Central Rural School was organized to give the boys and girls
of the Sauquoit Valley better opportunities for preparation for their life work. The
entire purpose of the Board of Education and principal has been to organize this
school with that in mind and to increase these opportunities as the demand and finan-
cial condition of the district warranted. Young people must have a well rounded
development in mind, body and ethics, in order to be prepared to earn a better living
and to spend their leisure time in purposeful, enjoyable activity in our present age
of competition and multiple activities and diversions.
Your Board of Education has placed in the school five new programs and has
made arrangements for a sixth educational program for the year 1935-1936. The
first program to be introduced was a complete Commercial Course with the excep-
tion of Shorthand. The second course was Vocational Agriculture for boys. The
third course was Vocational Homemaking for girls. The fourth program was music
instruction in our schools with a full time music teacher assisted by teachers from
Myers Band School one-half day a week. These four courses were introduced on
entering the new building in September, 1932. The fifth program was a full time
Physical Education Course for all boys and girls. This program includes intramural
and interscholastic athletics, corrective gymnastics, and a wide variety of games.
Next fall we have added a teacher in industrial arts and drawing who will have
charge of design, representation, an approved Regents course in general shop, and
industrial arts for seventh and eighth grade boys. The girls will take homemaking.
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Assistants AA A
Sport Editors A
Class Editor A
A A ,..i , A A A A Ella M. Evans, H. Donald Hadley
Marjorie Coffee, Frederick Latus
A , A A A A .Alice Head, Carlton Henkle
.Thelma Harrison, Lester White
A A A A A A Richard Jenks
A A A A Eleanor Kehoe, Yates Kennedy
Ruth Cook, Paul Yager
A A Frances Weigel, John Miller
A A , .Lonelle Williamson
A A A A A .Claude R. Clark
We, the class ol' '30, tlcdicale lhis issue of the Siren to the
Board of Education who has so lilmerally given its time and service
to bring to the people ol the Sauquoit Valley the lmesl possilmle ed-
ucational and recreational facilities.
Class Motto--uSink or Swimw
Class Flower-sWild Irish Rose
Class Colors' -Creen and Gold
The Juniors wish to thank all who have contributed in any Way to the success
of this book.
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1935 THE SIREN 1935
The new school program will be divided into a Junior High School for seventh,
eighth and ninth grade students, and Senior High School for tenth, eleventh, twelfth
and thirteenth grade students. Guidance will be stressed in the Junior High School
program in order that the students will be able to find their place and assume their
citizenship more efficiently.
A new law has been passed by the state legislature which raises the age limit,
from ILL years to I6 years, when a boy or girl may receive working papers. Your
cooperation in having your children in school every day will insure the efficient
completion of his or her grammar and high school course in twelve years, and in-
crease your public money which is primarily based on attendance. This will improve
and increase the growth of your school.
.Iunior High School Courses
Subject 7th Grade 8th Grade 9th Grade
General Mathematics 5 5 SE
Social Science . . , 7 5 5
lieading , . 2 M -
Spelling and l'en1nansl1ip 3 - k
All. .. . ,, ,. 2 2 SE
Industrial Arts or Home lfconomics , 2 2 SIC
Science . . , . , , . 2 2 5
Guidance . l l. -
'Elrl u s i c .,,. 2 2 5 li
Physical lfclucalion 2 2 2
Language , -- - 5l'f
English . , ..,... , . , , .... 5 5 5
All subjects are required with number of periods listed unless marked li for
elective in 9th year.
Every 7th grade student will be required to belong to some club.
Spelling and penmanship are combined in 7th grade.
Students choose between home economics and industrial arts.
Social science replaces geography and history in 7th and Sth grades and con-
sists of civics and economics citizenship in 9th grade.
Ninth grade students are permitted the three required subjects and one elective.
Special permission given for 5th subject by principal only after careful analysis of
pupils individual case.
Ninth grade elective unit should be the following subjects:
Commercial Course-Introduction to business.
College Entrance-General mathematics or Latin I. General mathematics pre-
Vocational Course-Agriculture I or home economics I.
Academic Course tchoice of Ist year electives IJ-Algebra, agriculture I or
home economics I, industrial arts. Art-design I and representation. Latin I.
Physical education required of all students for two periods each week in Junior-
Senior High School.
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