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Page 15 text:
THE HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY '
It is next to impossible to convert flesh and blood into
stark facts and statistics. Therefore, since teachers are real
people - not just degrees, teaching experience, depots of know
ledge, or robots - they cannot be fully known, understood, or
appreciated by giving statistics only.
The teachers of Walnut Creek High School , being people,
show characteristics, individuel differences, personal likes
and dislikes just rs the students whom they meet in the class
rooms. The teachers ere only four in number, but they present
to'the students o wide vfriety of ideas, preferences in
social and religious outlooks thot certainly should give the
students an opportunity tc broaden their conception of Amer-
icon life in its various phases.
Within the faculty we find si mixture of creeds ond beliefs.
One is c member of the Roman Catholic Church, another c Menn-
onite, the third is F member of the Evangelical ond Reformed
Church, cnc the lest o minister in the Christian Church. Three
of the teachers are married, three live in small towns, one
on o form, three live owny from Walnut Creek, one in the town.
Their hobbies or diversions run the gnmut from tecchinp
and directing Summer Bible Schools, throuph Young People's
Institutes, piano ond trombone playing, membership in the
omoteur mrgicifn society, fishing, news reporting, borbering,
end masculine cookery.
' It is interesting to notice that, along with the differ-
ences, the frculty members hrve mcny similrrities. There ere
only three yecrs, eight months, ond ten dcys difference in
their ages. All four acquired their beccclsureste degrees
from colleges maintained Ly Protestant Churches, Those
colleges are : Heidelberg, Bluffton, Johnson Bible College,
ond Wooster. All teachers also have had further professional
training ot one time or another during summer sessions at
the following institutions : Ohio University, Ohio State,
Oberlin, Wilmington, Washington - Jefferson,
Since the terchers fre so nerr the srme nge, they were oll
in high school at the some time, end curiously enough, world
conditions nt thot time were quite compfrrble to those of the
present, Since the tenchers, rs high school students, exper-
ienced the First World Wfr ond the resulting uphervrl in soc-
ial, morcl, and politicfl life, they con rerlize ond oppreci-
,ate the problems their students fre forced to frce and solve
in this dry of the Second World Wfr and its resulting hfvoc
throughout the world. The students of the year 1945 - l946
will be able to comprehend the preceding strtement more fully
about twenty yecrs from now. -
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people. They heve hed their aims es tenchers
striven to realize these sims, How well they
ed will be evident in the lives of those who
their feet .
is the frculty -- presenter' ns ordinery
- Ruth Mumrw
THE TEnCHER'S CHALLENGE
teacher is e prophet,
lays the fsuneetiwns cf tomorrow.
teacher is rn artist.
He works with the precious clry of
teecher is r friend.
His herrt responCs to the frith fnC
devotion of his stufents.
teacher is 5 citizen,
He is selectec fn6 licenseC for the
improvement nf society.
teacher is sn interpreter.
Out of his meturer fnf wicer life he
seeks to guife the young,
tefcher is 5 builder.
works with the higher :nd finer
vflues of civilizrtion.
tercher is e culture berrer.
leeds the wry to worthier manners,
higher intelligence, -
teecher is e planner.
sees the young lives before him as
Q pert of e grert system which shell
grow stronger in the light of truth.
teacher is e pioneer.
He is winning nut,
tercher is r believer. . .
He has abiding faith in the improvebility
of the rece.
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