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Teachers, Sponsors, Coaches, and
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Young but Capable Faculty Fill Roles as
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The 1975-76 faculty is one of the
youngest the school has ever had but
their age did not interfere with their
ability to teach. In addition to teach-
ing, they have devoted their spare time
to helping the students with their
extra activities. They play such roles
as sponsors, coaches and advisors.
The faculty has two new additions
to their staff, Mrs. Donna Smith and
Miss Carol Ann Colburn. Besides being
the schools secretary, Donna spends a
lot of her extra time doing odd jobs
for the faculty and students. Miss
Colburn is the new fourth grade
teacher. She helps the fourth graders
with many of their projects whether
they are related to the school or not.
Through student co-operation, this has
been a good year for the faculty.
They hope that the years to come
will be the same.
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First Grade: A New Experience
Getting up early, learning to read and write
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ing the first grade students during their first
year of school. In a sense the entire year was
an unforgettable experience. Going to pep
rallys, visiting the library, taking a tour of
Thomasville, and meeting new people were all
full of excitement and fun for the first grade.
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