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Page 54 text:
This year the Business Education
department discussed the idea of
offering typing courses to freshmen.
Some problems that could arise
with this plan are: l. The freshmen
are not yet adapted to the high
school, thus causing them to have to
take some time to adjust to the new
environment. As a result, their
skills in typing would take much
longer to develop. Another reason
is, the freshmen may tend to take
Typing l-2, then skip the next typ-
ing course and pick it up again dur-
ing their junior year. This causes a
great many problems for juniors.
Their typing speed and accuracy We my sr,s M-
have then decreased and they will ml
have forgotten many of the impor-
tant rules used in typing.
Mrs. Horrigan is a great typing teacher, but what is she doing in the cafetorium? Sneaking a peek
at the daily lunch?
What could Mr. Gould be thinking of, test or
Students sometimes find it hard to follow Mrs Randolph s instructions
Page 53 text:
Mr. Grosscup welcomes his class at the door.
Creativity in crafts makes Miss Ewy smile.
Oflicer Jess Ingles, WHS PAYS officer
teaches students about law.
New courses blossomed in most
departments this year, but probably
the most far reaching changes oc-
cured inthe industrial arts.
The Agriculture department is
changing its curriculum to meet
the needs of workers in a variety of
agricultural jobs. Courses added to
the basic animal and plant science
classes include basic and advanced
horticulture, agricultural resourses
and small gasoline engines. Next
year agriculture will begin offer-
ing full two year study of horticul-
Mr. Ulichny smiles as he learns all his students passed their license
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Mr. Condit patrols the lunch room during 2nd lunch.
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LIBR RY ADDS
A new room, called the Media Center, has been added to the library. Video
cassettes and tapes are available in this room for classroom use.
In the future, Mr. Pinney, the Media Center director, would like to have a
closed circuit T.V. in the Center, produce T.V. productions, and beam them to
the classrooms. Already the German Class has made a commercial. The
room has been used for outside speakers to come to talk to classes about in-
Assisting Mr. Pinney is Mrs. .lane Preston, and the reference librarian is
Mrs. Soulvie, who took the place of Mrs. ,
Ericson, has been extremely helpful as a ref- Mrs- Judy Soulvle-
Washington students make good use of the
Mr. Pinney, who assists students with valuable information for reports, has enabled several stu-
dents to pass their classes.
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Mrs. Preston is our fountain of information in our library. 445.15
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