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Page 13 text:
SITTING-Mrs. William A. Smith, Ill, Mrs. Walter R. Sowers, Mrs. Peyton M. johnston,
Mr. William M. Wagner, Mrs. Robert E. Kreitz, Mrs. Kyle C. Whitefield, Mrs. Robert M. Schumo,
Mrs. Edward A. Reider. STANDING-Mr. Oliver F. Smith, Mrs. I.. Philip Muller, Mrs. Carl
Pettinato, Mrs. Arthur Wahl, Mrs. Russell H. Boekenkroeger, Sr.
arent Teachers Association
R Miller M. Rogers, and C. Parsons entertain at a P.T.A.
function with a few traditional folk songs.
This year the Wyomissing Parent
Teacher Association planned monthly
programs of interest to elementary school
parents and teachers as well as to those
involved in the High School. These pro-
grams included lectures on the new math-
ematics programs now being used in Wyo-
missingls schools, children's literature, op'
portunities for students in junior col-
leges, discipline, and objectives of the ex-
change student program. Dr. E. F.
Stoudt discussed the Elementary School
Appraisal Program now underway with
various members of the faculty of the
Wyomissing Borough Elementary School.
ln May an informal dance was held at
the Berkshire Country Club to raise
funds for the American Field Service
foreign student for the 1965-1966 school
This year's officers for the PTA were:
president, Mr. William Wagner, first
vice-president, Mrs. Robert Kreitzg second
vice-president, Mrs. William A. Smith,
Ill, secretary, Mrs. Peyton Johnston,
treasurer, Mrs. Wfalter Sowers, and pro-
gram chairmen, Mrs. Philip Muller for
the elementary and Mr. Oliver Smith
for the juniorfsenior high school.
Gther members of the board of di'
rectors were: Mrs. Arthur Wahl, Mrs.
Marshall Parsons, Mrs. David Cole, Mrs.
Kyle Whitefield, Mr. Donald Wilson,
Mr. john Speicher, Mr. Carl Mogel,
Mrs. Russell Boekenkroeger, Mrs, Charles
Carabello, and Mrs. Edward Reider.
Page 12 text:
SITTING--Mr. Howard Fry, Mr. Alexander Dracha, Mr. William Breitinger, Mrs. W. Ray-
mond McGonigle, Mrs. Sidney Kline. STANDING-Mr. Jacob Hain, Mrs. Nicholas Braun, Mr.
Elwood Hollenbach, Mr. Alfred Walter.
The Wyomissing Area joint School
Board has been busy in the past year,
especially with plans for the new high
school building, which has been under
construction since the spring of 1964.
With Mr. Allen Rank as administrator,
the Board mulled over all facets of the
high school addition. One of the unique
points it studied was the Large Group In-
struction Area, an advanced innovation
in high school educational methods. The
Board also made plans for an addition to
the Wyomissing Hills Grade School, as
Wyomissing Area's whole school system
began to take on a new face.
Officers of the Board this year were:
president, Mr. William M. Breitingerg
vice-president, Mr. Alexander Drachag
and secretary, Mrs. W. Raymond Mc-
Gonigle. Other members of the Board
were Mrs. Nicholas K. Braun, Mrs. Sid-
ney Kline, Mr. Charles Fisher, Mr. How-
ard Fry, Mr. 1. Elwood I-lollenbach, Mr.
Alfred Walter, and Mr. I. B. Alley, who
was appointed by the Wyomissing Hills
School Board to replace Mr. jacob Hain
midway in the year. Mrs. Nancy Trout-
man acted as treasurer for the Board.
Mr. W. Breitinger and Mr. A. Dracha make plans
for next month's meeting.
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"Good morning, Dr. Shafern, says Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Troutman computes the accounts.
As the student population expanded,
the workload of the school office also in-
creased. The task of running the ad-
ministrative functions smoothly was Mr.
Allen W. Rank and Dr. Shafer's respon-
sibility. Aiding them were the secretar-
ial staff. In the main office Mrs. Jeanne
Miller assumed the roles of receptionist
and switchboard operator. Mrs. Nancy
Troutman acted as treasurer for the
Wyomissing Area Schools, and, in this
position, took care of the bookkeeping,
state forms, school insurance, and the
school payroll. Mrs. Marion Kozloff
helped prepare student manuscripts and
activities accounts, besides working as the
secretary in the guidance office where she
helped with Mr. john Reitz. Also aiding
Mr. Reitz was Mrs. Florence Schrack, who
took care of student attendance records.
In the guidance section of the administra-
tion system Mr. Reitz provided addition-
al services for students, especially seniors
whom he counseled on college selection
and admittance. He also provided in-
formation on tests, vocations, and scholar-
ships. The combined services of the two
offices kept the school running efficient-
ly and pleasantly throughout the year.
Mr. Reitz and Mrs. Kozloff prepare student manuscripts
10 in the guidance office.
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