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ihh zoir Life at Portage Mr. Bell watches over the cafeteria during the four lunch periods. Mrs. Simmons performs secretarial duties in the office. Mrs. Scott, office secretary, also keeps the complicated financial records. Besides aiding in counseling, Mr. Cira also helps students with schedules and class changes. Helping students with personal pro- blems and class schedules keeps Mrs. Pugsley busy. Helping students with speech difficul- ties is how speech therapist Miss Grant spends her days. Mrs. Collins keeps records of at- tendance and does other office work
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oi Administration Shapes Dr. Hugh Kariger, Principal of Port- age Junior High School, heads the administrative staff. Just sitting in the classroom, the average student probably doesn ' t realize that without the admin- istration. Portage wouldn ' t be able to function. Dr. Kariger, who has been prin- cipal here since the school open- ed twelve years ago, has shaped Portage by helping students and providing effective guidance in school policies, Mr, Middleton, once a teacher here, later returned to become asistant principal and help shape the future of Portage, Besides these two men, there are also many other people who help to make Portage the fine place we feel it to be. The secretaries, the nurse, the counselors, and other office peo- ple all contribute their share to guaranteeing that the future of Portage Junior High School is a bright one. Mr. Floyd Middleton, assistant principal, provides administrative leadership.
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CUSTODIANS (left to right) —A. Boese, C. Haas, K. Kroeber. COOKS (left to right) — Mrs. Hart. Mrs. Loomis, Mrs. Swihart C. Ramer, H. Linnemeyer. Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Stark. Mrs. Gaham. Mrs. Snyder (cafeteria manager). Cooks, Custodians, and Volunteers Help School Run Smoothly Large group of cafeteria workers are needed to help serve daily lunches quickly and efficiently. The cooks and cus- todians provided a valuable service to the Rams this year. The custodians work- ed hard each day to maintain our school. The cooks slaved over hot stoves daily to feed hungry Rams. The cafeteria work- ers gave up part of their lunch period to help the cooks. With- out these people, the school couldn ' t have run smoothly.
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