Southfield High School - Blue and Gray Yearbook (Southfield, MI)

 - Class of 1962

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Principal, Superintendent, and Administration Mr. Robert Hall and his secretary Mrs. Leetta Muir plan for a facul- ty meeting. Mr. Richard M. Fishbeck shows his sec- retary, Mrs. Shirley Lutz, a. Journal for Michigan secondary schools. Mr. Richard M. Fishbeck has been the assistant principal at Southfield High since 1957. During this time he has sponsored the National Honor Society and the Student Council. Almost every aspect of school business has something to do with his office. His many responsibilities vary from student parking stickers to the weekly eligibility list. One of his more enjoyable jobs is public relations, which keeps him busy dis- cussing with students their school activities and responsibilities. There is always a pleasant atmosphere in his office, generating from himself and his secretary, Mrs. Shirley Lutz. She handles many of the problems which do not require Mr. Fishbeck's immediate attention. 12 Mr. Robert E. Hall never experiences two days alike as the principal of Southfield High School. There are many different responsibilities that constantly demand his attention. Much of Mr. Hall's time is spent with students and their parents, teachers and other school personnel. He is mainly res- ponsible for policies concerning school life and the preparation of materials for curriculum study. "Of course my routine calls for coffee breaks-I like coffeelnstates Mr. Hall emphatically. He attends several meetings throughout the year: the Oakland County Secondary Principals Association, National Associa- tion of Secondary Principals, State Secon- dary Principals Association, North Central Association, and various meetings in the Southfield School District. Mr. Hall also acts as a consultant to the Bureau of School Services for the University of Michigan. His responsibilities are not left at school when he goes home for the day. Much of the principal's paper work is done at home because of lack of time at school. The job of principal of Southfield High Schoolis certainly time consuming, but most rewarding. r5c5gni5!5"9WDQ zfnsnrnnrsfl Vik? 4 I D I ""' ' MSGVZSIQ

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Wir 1 xx.. 'ssh If J, S' 1 .P "We have met the enemy and they are Ours." Oliver Hazard Perry Faculty members of Southfield are dedicated teachers whose jobs seldom end in the classroom. liehind every student activity, there is a group of interested, hard-working teachers. Mr. James Shippee works on a platform ladder to make curtain adjustments for The King and I.



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work together to set and enforce school policy Mr. Glenn Schoenhals, who suffered a fatal heart attack March 7, 1962, had been the superintendent of the Southfield Public Schools since the organization of the school district in 1947. He spent more than 30 years in the service of the public schools in Michigan. "Southfield community and more definitely the Southfield School system lost a tremendous friend of education who will be extremely difficult to replace due to his sincere and honest evaluation of edu- cational philosophies, which gave to South- field one of the outstanding school systems in the country," said Mr. Robert E. Hall. Mr. Glenn Levey was assistant superin- tendent of Southfield Public Schools until he died of a heart attack in June, 1961. He was the first business manager at Southfield un- der Mr. Schoenhals. In 1951 he was elevated to the position of assistant superintendent. Mr. Hall said, "Southfield High School is grieved at the passing of Mr. Glenn Levey, a friend and colleague of the st-aff and students of this school. His sincere interest in the welfare of the students of Southfield made him an l10I10I'abl6 and mCITl0I'21b16 PCFSOII-H Mr. Albert Howell, Mr. Glenn Schoenhals and Mr. Norman Olm- ln March, Mr. Norman Olmsted became act- sted discuss plans for future school development. ing superintendent. Board of Education "hw Seated: Superintendent Mr. Glenn Schoenhals, Mr. John Minke, Mr. Kenneth Larsen, Assistant Superintendent G. Campbell, Mrs. Elsie F. Lloyd, Mr. Gordon C. Hen- Mr. Albert Howell. Absent: Dr. Ira. M. Altshuler and derson. Standing: Mr. Charles Curtis, Mr. Theodore R. Mr. Norman Olmsted, assistant superintendent. 13

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