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Made By Board
The operation of our many schools in Water-
ford Township and the decisions that have to be
made concerning plans and policies lay in the
hands of a capable Board of Education.
Unselfish devotion to duty is the phrase that
characterizes the Board of Education. The town-
ship is fortunate in having experienced people
to make vital decisions concerning the welfare of
its young people.
Also meeting with the elected Board mem-
bers are Mr. William Shunck, superintendent of
schools, and his two assistants Mr. James Den-
herder, head of finance, and Dr. Chandos Reid,
Among the many matters that the Board
handles, the planning of a new high school is one
of the most important this year. We must truly
congratulate our Board of Education for a job
MR. WILLIAM SHUNCK
Superintendent of Schools
DR. CHANDOS REID
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Waterford Township School Board of Education members, Mr. Marshall E.
Smith, Mr. Frederick Poole, Mrs. Elizabeth S. Adams, Kpresidentj, Mr. Lester
Carlson and Mr. Edmund L. Windeler.
MR. JAMES DENHERDER
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Paul E. Ripley
A quiet modest fellow who instills confidence
in everyone with his friendly smile and confi-
dence-winning personality is Mr. Paul Ripley.
He lent encouragement and enioyment to his
English and Journalism classes when he taught
Having charge of school publications since
1954, he gave willingly of his time in preparing
publications. In him the students found a true
friend with the rare quality of an even temper
and an ability to see the other person's side of
With the conclusion of the first semester this
year, he was named assistant principal of Isaac
E. Crary Junior High School. To Mr. Ripley, a
fine leader who automatically commands the re-
spect of others, we wish the best of everything
in the future.
Donald E. Arsen
A barrel of fun and personality is Mr. Don
Arsen, former social studies instructor, who has
won a place in the hearts of all. Who can forget
his winning smile and friendly hello?
During his nine years of teaching at Waterford
High, he taught World History, American Govern-
ment, Orientation and American History. Extra
curricular activities with which he was associated
are Hi-Y, Golf, and Senior Trip Club.
His interests were truly in the Skippers and
their activities. One could ioke and have fun with
Mr. Arsen and respect him at the same time.
After heading the Social Studies department at
WTHS, he left at the end of the first semester to
become principal of Waterford Village Elemen-
tary School. Everyone will agree that our loss
is their gain. To Mr. Arsen, a progressive edu-
cator without being a revolutionary one, we send
our best wishes.
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Situations at WTHS
Mr. James Fry, Waterford Township High School's
principal, known for his sincere friendship and efficient
organization, is now in his second year at the princi-
His unceasing leadership and stimulating incentive
have guided Waterford toward the distinguished role
it plays in the realm of high school education.
He can be seen enioying himself at almost all school
activities and sports events, despite his busy schedule.
Mr. George Madden
Mr. George Madden assumed the position of second
assistant principal at the beginning of the second sem-
Previous to his assignment at Waterford Township
High School Mr. Madden was assigned as assistant
principal at Crary Junior High School, Waterford Town-
Mr. James Fry
Our assistant principal, Miss Helen Bulla, has been
at Waterford since its formation in 1947. Because she
has seen many students come and go, she could never
begin to list those students whom she knew quite well
and assisted in some way.
Miss BuIla's iob includes mainly disciplinary actions,
and advisory work with students. She works closely
with Mr. Fry and is in charge of faculty assignments.
Miss Helen Bulla
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