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ACADEMICS Franklin students have placed one foot before the other, and their steps have become stronger and more purposeful. Classes provide experience and back- ground to step in particular directions with firmness and decision. Some tread more heavily in one class; others trip more lightly in another. But Franklin teachers, guiding in their classrooms, mold each gait and help each stu- dent choose his path.
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Student, Staff Groups Necessary to School Some groups people do not see very often are very necessary to Franklin. These groups include the office workers, the custodians, the cooks, and the kitchen helpers. The office workers he lp in the main office by running errands and helping keep records. Each girl works during her study period to aid the office. The custodians, working both day and night, keep Franklin clean and neat. The cooks plan menus, cook, and serve almost two hundred lunches each year. And the kitchen helpers aid the cooks by serving food and cleaning the cafeteria. Matron, Mrs. Shoemaker, and custodians, Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Schane, Mr. Beaver, and Mr. Kyser keep Franklin in tip-toe shape. Office workers (LEFT TO RIGHT) include Charlotte Cronkhite, Deanna Clark, Julie Hansel, Debby Senesac, Kathy Straub, Maripat Goff, and Janet Disler. I School cooks (LEFT TO RIGHT) include Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Henry, Mrs. Zurcher, Mrs. Vetrecht, Mrs. Hopper, Mrs. Ecen- barger, and Mrs. Helmke. Pictured above are sixteen of the student kitchen helpers with Mrs. Evans, Head Cook.
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All students at Franklin are required to take Language Arts in the seventh grade. Above, Mrs. Dick and her Language Arts class study the newspaper. They are encouraged to read the paper daily and learn about editorial and news writing. Some of Mrs. Chandler ' s Latin students, Ann Jones, Cindy Hall, Becky Cecil, and Mike Martone look on as Tony Terrell holds one of the many models and figures they constructed for pro- jects in the class. 10
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