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1935 THE SIREN 1935
Senior High School Progaam
Vocational Commercial College Entrance Academic
English II English II 1 English II English II
Agriculture II Corn. Arithmetic 1 Latin I Major Sequence I
or Elective 2 Geometry Minor Sequence I
History A or B
English III English III I English III English III
Agriculture III Typewriting I Latin II Major Sequence II
or Bnokkeeping I I Int. Algebra Minor Sequence II
Voc. Homemaking Elective 1 French I Elective
B or D Adv. Algebra or
English IV English IV I English IV English IV
History C History C 1 History C History C
Agriculture IV Business Law llc Latin III Major Sequence III
or Economics lk French II Elective
Voc. Homemaking Bookkeeping II I
B or D
Boys who expect to enter the New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell
University must complete algebra and geometry. All vocational boys and girls should
elect general biology and either chemistry or physics. Chemistry is preferred for
home economics. Girls entering colleges of home economics should take general
biology and either chemistry or physics, algebra and geometry.
Commercial students should elect home economics if girls, and agriculture, mathe-
matics or science if boys.
The academic diploma requires a major of three units in some field and a minor
of two units in another field which may be chosen in the field that the student desires.
A girl preparing for nursing should take two years of a foreign language, pref-
erably Latin, and two years of home economics. Algebra or commercial arithmetic
is suggested for these girls in ninth or tenth year. The algebra will probably be
replaced by ninth year general mathematics.
All students preparing for college in any work should consult catalogue of
their choice of college for entrance requirements.
College entrance students must have an average of 75 per cent, in English four
years, Latin III, intermediate algebra, plain geometry and one of the following sub-
jects: History C, physics, chemistry or two years of second foreign language.
All five papers except geometry and intermediate algebra rnust be written within
four consecutive examinations.
Sixteen units required for graduation. English four years counts four units.
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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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1935 THE SIREN 1935
Front Row: Miss Novak. Miss Slayton, Miss Weigel, Miss Green, Mrs. Pritcllard
Skinner. Mr. Norton. Miss Nolan, Miss Cassidy, Miss Quinn, Miss McLean, Mrs. Jenks.
lluwley. Back How: Miss Williams, Miss Gl0IHltfl1HlIl2, Miss O'Brien. Mrs. Boyles, Miss S
Miss M. Ray, Mrs. Backus, Mr. Clark, Mr. Trask. Mr. Faville, Mr. Rogers, Mr. Polly
Gluvky. Miss Braclhury. Miss Lyons, Mrs. Clark, Miss Vojcik, Miss O'Connor, Miss McGuinnis
SAUQUOIT VALLEY CENTRAL SCHOOL
George E. Norton--Supervising Principal
John D. Faville--Vice Principal and commercial suhjccts
Irene F. Cassidyefllnglish
Claude R. Clark-Mathematics and Science
Merle L. Rogers-Agriculture
Glenn S. Trask--Physical Education
Nellie A. Green-Home Economics
Anna Jenks-Librarian -
Glenn Pollv-Junior High School
Nellie E. Weigel-Junior High School
Joy McLean-Junior High School
CLAYVILLE GRADE SCHOOL
Nellie Nolan-Principal and Sixth Grade
Mabel R. Clark-First Grade
Anna J. Lyons-Second Grade
Jennie Vojcik-Third Grade
Mary McGinnis-Fourth Grade
Margaret O7G0nnor-+Fifth Grade
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