Waterford Township High School - Waterlog Yearbook (Waterford, MI)

 - Class of 1959

Page 48 of 190

 

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Page 48 text:

Skill Attained From Experience In the state of Michigan, all persons between the ages of sixteen and eighteen are required by law to successfully complete a supervised course in driver training before they can be issued a driver's license. Waterford offers this course, under the direction of trained instructors, free of charge to any student desiring this training. No credit towards the student's scholastic rec- ord is given but a certificate showing the student has passed all requirements for the course is issued. During the first few weeks of this one semes- ter course, classroom instruction is given to fa- miliarize the student with the mechanics and operation of a car. The remaining weeks are spent gaining experience through actual driving. Donald Beedle shows a driver training student the correct position of his hands when making a turn. Raymond Doekson, Alfred Cuthrell, Jack Fear, Waldo Ashley, and Donald Beedle. Y 4 Instructions are given to a driver training student by Donald Beedle. The four driver training cars were given by local merchants.

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and Sportsmanship "Win without boasting, lose without excuse!" Girls' Physical Education class not only stresses sportsman- ship but itralso provides variety in the daily curriculum of students. It provides an outlet for surplus energy and offers a chance for girls to get acquainted through healthful participation in various activities. . One of the requirements of the North Central Ac- crediting Committee is that all girls complete three successful years of physical education during their high school career. Our school, like many others, fol- lows this requirement for graduation. Girls who are unable to compete in the various sports offered because of physical disabilities partici- pate by keeping score and giving assistance. Girls' activities include field hockey, basketball, volleyball, softball, badminton, table tennis, modern dance, square dance, tumbling, calisthenics, speed-a- way, archery and relay games. Among students in the physical education classes, archery is one of the most popular outdoor sports. Miss Mary Anne Blair and Miss Patricia Vannorsdall. Diane Golding reaches high to return the volleyball



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Miss Avis Carey and Carroll Lanning. Deanna Schuier and Karen Hoyt assist in the library during their study halls. Hold Knowledge "Libraries are 'not made, they grow." The library at Waterford has been grow- ing for seven years. It was originated in T951 under the sponsorship of Miss Carey. 52,500 was the capital outlay to start it on its way. Today the board of education donates Sl .09 per student and the money from penal fines such as drunk driving also go to school libraries. 31,000 has been allocated for books this year. Over 5,000 books occupy the shelves of the library. lt is able to seat sixty stu- dents. Fifty-three different magazine sub- scriptions and four newspapers serve as periodicals. The purpose of the library extends beyond aiding students in reading, study and reference. Students create and fur- ther their interest and enjoyment in good reading material. They acquire skill in using reference books, the card catalog and the vertical file. Over 1,300 students use the library either for specific classes or for their own personal reading pleasure. A library can- not grow unless it is being used. When students use it,the library not only grows, but each student's knowledge also grows.

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