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Enrollment was the biggest everf4,256. Of that number, 1,145
were freshmen. Not only did they have to learn their way around
but had to watch out lest they be shunted the wrong direction by
the press of the crowd in the corridors.
Next in size were the juniors with 1,098 members, and then the
sophomores with 1,078. Seniors had the biggest list of potential
graduatesfa whopping 935, an increase of 168 over last year.
On the faculty there were 46 new members, of whom only 16 were
replacements. That brought the total to 216 in the high school.
In spite of crowded conditions, opening of school was very
orderly and everybody accepted the inconveniences with good
grace. They knew things would be better second semester when
Thornridge would open Chngers crossedlj and classes would be
divided between the two schools.
Space mathematics challenged Miss Seebach's class.
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Karen Tapp with their pattern layouts and cutting
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Y'Vhen programs were handed out on the Hrst day of school,
students who would be going to Thornridge found they were
scheduled for classes where everyone else would be moving, includ-
ing the teacher. That made things easier with fewer adjustments.
As the semester progressed, some changes had to be made because
familles moved from one part of the district to another or faculty
were re-assigned. lVhen the move came, there was a re-shuffling
of classes at Thornridge because of a shorter daily schedule. Thorn-
ton elasses remained on the same programlas before.
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