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I4 SHERMAN ANNUAL, JUNE, 1922
a dramatic committee, which should have at every meeting some-
thing entertaining to present to the class.
Every week at an hour appointed by the teacher, the class meet-
ing is held in the room. At this meeting, every one is expected to
give some interesting report or current event. If some member
does 11ot give a report of any kind, he must hand in a written com-
After tl1e reports are given, all the business of the class is dis-
eussed. lt there is still enough time, the dramatic committee is al-
lowed to present their program. Thus the meetings are always en-
joyable as well as beneficial.
Every two weeks a mayors' convention is held. The president
of the student body, who is elected from the eighth grade, presides
at this convention. The mayor of each grade from four li to eighth
A grades must be present, or they may send a representative. The
vice-president and secretary of the Student liody also attends.
The meeting of all the mayors is held in order to give the mayors
a chalice to report the work oi' their 1'oon1. Matters concerning
school business in general, are also discussed.
The result of the co-operation between the faculty and the stu-
dents has been that the latter have established better habits of self-
eontrol, and developed more self reliance. lt has taught them to
speak in public, as well as to work in co-operation with each other.
We feel that the t'o-operalive Civic League of this school has
been a great success. We hope the students will carry the lessons
they have learned through high school and will not forget them in
By Fay M. Edman, BA2 and King Telleson, 8A1
I J J5
Every school in San Diego has a banking system. Sherman is
no exception. This banking system teaches the children to save
their pennies, instead of spending them for candy, gum, Eskimo
pies, nickel shows, etc.
Miss Shaw, the Vice principal, has charge of all the money de-
posited in Sherman School bank. She carries this banking on in a
very business like manner. All children who deposit money in the
school' bank are given a small red book for school banking only.
After the money has bee11 taken from the school bank, and de-
posited in the city banks, each depositor receives a small bank book
from the city bank.
During the year. Miss Minor's class has deposited the largest
amount of money. The class has deposited two hundred seventy
eight. dollars. '
Miss Collier's class comes second with a total of two hundred
seventy five dollars.
There are three rooms having o11e hundred per cent banking.”