Prospect Hill School - Monitor Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)

 - Class of 1930

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iq 11 L- F9 41 -' -sd AI .QQ-IL- . e- ll ec.: SWIMMING Our district is the only one which stages an annual swimming meet. P. S. No. 9 again won the point trophy, scoring the unusually large total of thirty-two points, which was eighteen more than our nearest competitor. In the 75lb. class "Tiny,' Majilton took first place. He was closely fol- lowed by "Toddy" Bick. VV. Pierce placed 4th in this event. Al Maguire won the 85lb. event. Bill Peavy placed second in the same. Charles Engle and Francis Moe took first place and second respectively in the 115lb. class. Albert Isakson took first in the un- limited event. The relay closed a most splendid victory by finishing second in the specialty. "Big" Majilton, Fred Topper, John Hanretty and Murray Bloch were its members. THE P. S. A. L. CHAMPS Our next meet was the P. S. A. L. Champs which were held at the C. C. N. Y. natorium. By scoring in four of the seven events we won the point trophy and the championship of the city of New York. Our only champions were the unlimited relay consisting of John Hanretty, Fred Topper, Roland lluda- verdi and Murray Black. This sterlin,Q,' quartet smashed the existing record by twelve seconds, a mark which will endure for a. long time to come. Our other point scorers Were: Teddy La- zarus who finished fourth in the 90-lb class, Albert Maguire and Bill Peavy who finished third and fourth respec- 85-lb. class, and Albert took third in the un- tively in the Isakson who limited swim. This term faced with schedule. In the very first game of our baseball team was an unusually difficult the season we encountered P. S. No. 3, the school that we nosed out last year by a score of 2 to 1 for the dis- trict championship. Our first contest ended in a scoreless tie. "Red" Schiavonne pitched a splendid game. After a strenuous week of practice OUR RECORD BREAKING CITY CHAMPIONS. ' -J h H tt M Bl ck Stancilng o n anre y, urray o Seated-Roland Hudaverdi, Frederick Topper

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6 THE MONITOR highest score in Districts 25 and 27, the two districts supervised by Super- intendent Emmanuel F. Van Dam. In one respect we have room for improvement. That is in our record for attendance. Vtle have had a great many children absent in our lower grades because of measles and other children's diseases. This, of course, could not be helped. It is of absences due to avoidable causes that we wish to speak. NVe are concerned not so much with making a record as we are with helping our children progress normally from grade to grade. One of the most serious causes of retarda- tion in our schools is poor attendance. A pupil who is absent misses the day 's instruction, and comes to school the following day unprepared for he does not know what lessons have been as- signed. He thus loses two days in- stead of one. We have, of course, as will be found in all schools, some chil- dren who prefer to stay away from school. But, we also have parents who unwittingly encourage their off- spring in this tendency. NVe do not Want children who are sick, to come to school, but very often an imaginary ache or pain will disappear if the par- ent insist that the child attend school. Prolonging a week-end in the country to include the following Monday, or taking children out of school for a week at a time to accompany the mother on a visit out of town, does not give the child the proper attitude toward school work. It often results in non-promotion and the dreadful habit of failure. PARENTS' ASSOCIATION The Prospect Hill Parents' Associa- tion is organized to foster a program for parental education and to estab- lish a co-operative spirit between the home and the school. Vile meet on the second Tuesday evening of each month from October through June. Our meetings are both interesting and instructive. NVe have had some out- standing speakers with us during this past season. All parents are urged to join us in the fine work we are doing. April 2, 1930 Dr. A. J. Korey, Principal, The Prospect Hill, Brooklyn, N. Y. My Dear Dr. Korey: A short while ago we sent you a list of those pupils whom you had sent to us from your school. The list showed the results of their efforts dur- ing their first term with us, and very probably proved interesting to you. Since that time we have made further statistical studies based upon the achievements made by the pupils of the various schools. NVe are pleased to inform you that your school stands among the leaders in results achieved, and that we have appreciated the op- portunity of carrying forward the education of these boys. Vile shall be very glad to welcome to Boys High School's entering class in June additional boys of the type which has made this fine record. Should you find it convenient to do so, please call upon us that we may make you acquainted at first hand with the work we are doing. Sincerely yours, J. ALLISON STEVENSON, EUGENE A. COLLIGAN, Principal.



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