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tAooveJ Susan Johnson prepares for art class tTop Righty Trygye
Nelson and Susan Johnson VISIT Keystone Schools lrhrary each week
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Rowj Larry Johnson, Lent Garrett, Susan Johnson, Trygye Nelson
tFront Howl Lynette Gohsman, Nrckl Grover, Kelly Gardner, Laurre
Jeltz, and Amy Wreoner
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Mrs Fihonda Prince
Kelly Gardner, 1
. Amy Wiedner, 1
' Leif Garret, 2
Nicki Grover. 2
Laurie Jeitz, 2
Trygve Nelson, 2
Larry Johnson, 3
Susan Johnson, 4
The Keystone school is small this year. The school has
nine students from eight families. The second grade
class is the largest with five students. There are two
children in first grade and one in the third grade and one
in the fourth grade. Mrs. Patsy Jeitz, who started the
year as the teachers aide, was dismissed from her job.
The size of the school did not justify the expense of an
The Keystone kids study the same curriculum as that
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ifTop Lefty The students and the teacher exchange Christmas pre-
. sents that they have for each other. tAbovei The students work on
individual assignments the teacher has given them.
taught in the classrooms at Hill City. Mrs. Prince teach-
es all of the grades all of their subjects. The caring and
friendship and learning happens easily in a small school
setting according to her students.
The students at Keystone have all the usual class par-
ties. At Halloween time trophies were awarded for best
costume and the largest bubble in the bubble-blowing
contest. The students dressed in costumes for the day.
At Christmas, the school presented "Grandma's Christ-
mas Scrapbook" to an audience made up of parents
and friends. The children exchanged gifts among them-
selves and with their teacher, lvlrs. Prince.
The Keystone school participated in the DESE study
too. The department people recommended that the
Keystone school be closed and the children be bussed
to Hill City. They also recommended that the school
building, which is a historical landmark, be converted to
a museum forthe city ot Keystone, a tourist town. The
administration and Board of Education looked into this
possibility during the spring of 1984.
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fTop Lefty A grizzled ape and a wrinkled old man showed up at
the elementary Halloween party. fTop Righty John Voshall
bounces his way to victory on Green and Gold Day tCentery
The Junior High cheerleaders show their school spirit They
includet Kristi Anderson, Christine Peterson, Darci Wiederhold
and Shana Schrank. CBottom Lefty The elementary school
participated in a child identification program with the Penning'
ton County Sheriffs department Billy Dohr gets his finger-
prints here tBottom Righty Many mothers assisted their chil-
dren in getting the final touches on costumes for the l-lalloween
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