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Mrs. Marilyn Butler, Secretary. The office is the center of all school functioning. If your book is lost, go to the office. If your mother left your lunch money that you forgot, go to the office. If you were absent, you need an admit slip. Go to the office. Do you need change? Go to the office. Did the telephone break again? Go to the office. And did you throw a spitball at the teacher? You guessed it. Go to the office ! When you go to the office, try smiling. The two ladies shown here will be ready to help you, but remember The smile you send out comes back to you. • Front Office Busy With Daily Activity The office is also the center for the teach- ers. Come to the school any morning and walk in the office and you will see Whiteman ' s teach- ers preparing handouts, tests, quizzes. At noon and after school they ' ll be getting their mail or perphaps sending messages about meetings. Mrs. Kehr is the person who the teachers go to for help when they need it in any secretarial needs. Mrs. Kehr types class material, dittoes handouts, orders materials. Without Mrs. Butler and Mrs. Kehr, students, teachers, and the administration would be lost. Not only that, but the school would be pretty dull. Mrs. Marilyn Kehr, Auxiliary Aide.
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WHITE MAN FACULTY AND STAFF A teacher is many things. Heis a device which teaches and explains. Hegivestests, figures grades every six weeks or sooner, and worries about each and every one of his kids . A teacher is seen as an ogre, a sadistic monster, and easy grader, a Gestapo henchman; and he doesn ' t like the images anymore thanthose he sometimes gives to his kids . Ateacher is a person who guides, instructs, advises, com- mands, listens to students. He wants to help them, and he wants to understand the problems of each of his kids . Ateacher isa subjectof ridicule, praise, mockery, love, hate indifference - the works. But for every teacher who ever walked into a classroom, there is but one reward worth living and teaching for. And that is a word of thanks and appreciation from one of his kids.
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Administration At Whiteman Makes Decisions, Handles Problems You may never agree with them. They could be dead and forgotten for all you care, you sometimes think. They do more harm than good and they pro- bably are wife beaters, you imagine. Yet how will- ingly would you assume the responsibility that they do each day? Mr. Sample, principal of Whiteman, feels the weight of his job every day. Now a member of the North Central Association, Whiteman has certain standards to uphold. The teacher evaluation pro- gram puts much strain on his time and scheduling. Each Spring Mr. Sample must go through the task of making out five hundred student schedules. He also must coordinate these to teacher schedules. Being the principal is a big job. Besides his duties as the Assistant Principal, Mr. Michel must put up with everyone mis- pronouncing his name. As a teacher and spon- sor of student government, Mr. Michel finds the many hours in the day become all too few. Mike has also spent much time with the athletic department in his capacity of White- man ' s Athletic Director. That ' s quite a few jobs for any man.
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