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BINDING i PROBLEMS-Mrs. H. J. Autrey, secretary, uses the
Speed-o-Print machine to place plastic binders on a special bulletin
to be issued by the administrative offices.
LOST IN THOUGHT-Dr. Donaldson may be lost in thought, but
he is sure that the report in hand is ready for filing and not lost.
REFLECTING-ON WAYS to find quality person-
nelg on new teaching methodsg on maintaining Texas
High accreditation-is part of the job of Dr. J. W.
Donaldson, ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF
His second year in Texarkana has multiplied his
responsibilities. As head of personnel, he travels far
and wide, and interviews hundreds of applicants.
Office work is momentous. Federal reports all find
their way to Dr. Donaldson,s office. Statistics concern-
ing federally connected students must be current.
In maintaining good public relations, he arranges
weekly radio programs. Teachers and other education-
minded citizens present programs on various aspects of
In service training for teachers is a continual business.
Dr. Donaldson coordinates workshops in linguistics,
science, and math, and plans other special meetings
concerned with teacher progress.
Dr. Donaldson's job truly reflects responsibility,
capability, and serviceability.
accents public relations
JUST ONE MOMENT-Mrs. Donnie Cox, Dr. Donaldson's
Secretary, Walls patiently for Dr. Donaldson to think of
yvhat else to add to a government report they are prepar-
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Superintendent of Schools directs forceful program
MR. BILL K. FORD
Superintendent of Schools
ONE-AND-TWO-AND-Mr. Ford listens to his
daughter, Sharla, as she practices her piano lesson.
AT THE TOP of the "totem pole" is Mr. Bill K.
Ford, SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. He looks
out over a wide "territory" of leadership and manage-
He is the uchiefi' of various things-the School
Board, personnel direction, and school management. In
addition, he must plan, coordinate, administer, and
supervise a progressive instructional program which
meets the needs of all pupils.
Student activities and special services also need his
attention-and find it. It is up to him to establish
plans for effective and efficient operation of the school
program. He is responsible to the School Board for
the general oversight of the business and fiscal affairs
and for the management of the school plant and mainte-
The management and maintenance of our school
system is a tremendous task, but Mr. Ford has suc-
ceeded in producing an outstanding system.
BUSINESS AT HAND-The business at hand for Mrs. Tapp, Mr., Ford's
secretary, is typing the agenda for the upcoming Board meeting. Mrs.
Tapp is also official secretary at the Board of Education meetings.
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SNEAK PREVIEW-Mr. E. O. Bone gets ready for a sneak
preview of a new science film before cataloging it for teachers'
ANOTHER ORDER-Mrs. Tillman Campbell, Mr.
Bone's secretary, spends hours every day taking
school requests by phone.
heads central office of special services
THE SPECIAL SERVICES that make our school
system outstanding originate in the SPECIAL SERV-
ICES DEPARTMENT, which is directed by Mr. E. 0.
This dynamic department assists the superintendent
in directing a comprehensive and suitable guidance
program in all local schools. Mr. Bone supervises the
special education program and the distribution, use,
storage, and purchase of audio-visual aids and materi-
als for the entire school system.
The superintendent looks to him for devising plans
for pupil attendance counseling and helping to enforce
the compulsory attendance laws of the state. Serving
as the chief custodian of all textbooks for the school
system, Mr. Bone finds another herculean task.
The department participates in the preparation of a
special periodic newsletter that is distributed to all per-
sonnel. Meetings are not out of director,s line either,
for he attends all staff meetings and certain School
Board meetings. The direction of the annual school
census must also fit into his busy schedule.
This hard-working department is one of the images
of our notable school system!
MOTHER'S HELPER-After her college classes are over,
Becky Campbell works in Mr. Bone's office with her
mother. She tabulates, types, and totals all kinds of reports,
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