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Girls" PE I &ll Jr. Hi. i _ , Jr. Hi. m O mm in office Guidance English II Open Algebra Physics Earth Sci. Ist/2nd sem Home Ec. IIl Adv.Home Ec, S H,, m, Bookkeeping Am. Govt./ Int.Relat. French II Ind. Arts 13 Driver s BD I or 2nd i i Art I Lessons I Hi Grade 1:57-2:52 6 i I I I~ Supervision Guidance Speech World Hist. Adv. Math. Open l , m,, 2:54-3:49 li I III Office Guidance English IV English II S. H. Gem. Math. Earth Sc 'ence' lst/2nd sem. Biology Clothing Vo. Ag. I Shorthand Typing I F E oDomics/ American Current Affairs Gov' t. French I Spanish I Jr H:Igh Ind,, Arts ] Shop Drivers Ed. S.H. 1 or 2nd sere. Art I Jr. Hi. Art Lessons Open Grade Open Open S Board Of Education COOKS Clyde C. Reed, President Quentin Leece, Vice-President Clarence Loomis Nelson Keeler Don Walker Jim Wilson ADMINISTRATION Lucile Bangs in Montrose Mrs. Quentin Leece in Lovewell Irene Park in Formoso Jean Blair, Head Cook in Mankato Thelma Freeman, Mankato Edith Love, Mankato Edith Ost, Part time - Mankato Mary Diamond, Part time - Mankato Billy G. Conner, Superintendent Paul R. Roberts, High School Principal, Asst. Superintendent Gerald J. Cox, Jr Hi and Grade Principal In Mankato Mrs. Betty Thompson, Superintendent's Secretary Mrs. Zeta Waldron, Principals' Secretary FACULTY Gay Anderson, Art in Jr Hi and High School ,, Rachel Bales, Librarian in Jr Hi and High SUhool Mary Frieda Barker, English Clair Beecher, Science Rachel Dodd, Home Economics La try Dreiling, industrial Arts, John Jones, Social Science, Asst. Mickey Jones, Vocal Music Myra Landis, Commerce Dorothy Libben, Instrumental Music Max Liby, Science Marvin Mann, Vocational Agriculture Don Miskimon, P.E., BB Coach, Asst. FB Coach Genevieve Mxmsey, Foreign Languages Adelaide Regnier, Math FB and Track Coach FB and Track Coach CUSTODIANS Donald Bangs, Montrose Forrest Dempsey, Formoso Mrs. Clinton Reynolds, Lovewell Henry Diamond, Head custodian - Mankato, and Head Transportation Robert Munro, Mankato Howard Rathbun, Mankato BUS DRIVERS Rex Kennedy Lawrence Sanders Ernest Hyde Jim Page Clinton Reynolds Hmry~amond Raymond McClure W.D. Buckley One additional bus driver is needed. Andrew Anderson, Jr Hi Hath Bernice Conner, Jr Hi English James Olson, Jr Hi Science and Jr Hi FB and BB Gerald Cox, Jr Hi Social Science and Jr Hi BB Dorcas Weltmer, Jr Hi Home Ec. and Kindergarten in Hankato Anderson, 6th Grade and Asst. Grade Principal in Mankato, Asst. FB, BB in High School, Jr Hi FB and BB Marian Switzer, Sth and 6th in Mankato Ella Page, 5th and 6th in Formoso Viola Mayhew, 5th grade in Mankato Icel Kaegert, th, 5th 6th in Montrose and Heed Teacher Geneva Oat. in Mankato Doris Schaffer, 3rd and and Head Teacher in Formoso Tennis Atterberry, 3rd & in Mankato Ava Cramer, 3rd in Mankato Ethyl Dempsey, Ist, 2nd, 3rd in Montrose Olive Fojt, Lovewell Viola Ross, 2rid in Mankato Beulah Fayle, Ist, 2nd in Formoso Lenora Blaylcok, Ist in Mankato Beverly James, Kindergarten in Formoso The Board of Education has not completed work on school policies, and no handbook has been made. As soon as policies are completed, handbooks will be print- ecl and made available to all patrons of USD 278. Textbooks Kindergarten - Workbooks will be ordered by district-- you will pay the Kindergarten teacher Grades 1 - 6 Textbook rental - $..00 7 - 12 6.00 (Weekly reader optional by teacher) Lyceum Typing Fee $1.00 Grades - I - 6 $ .50 Shop Cards 2.00 7 - 12 .75 for (Vo. Ag.) High School Football - Adults - 75 & Basketball Students I - 12,50 Pre-school and Kindergarten - no charge Season Tickets for Adults - $2.50 Students 1.50 (All # home games) (These tickets may be purchased any time after school starts or at the gate at the first home gam Season tickets for Adults - $..00 (all home games) Students 2.50 " Hot Lunch All students 30 per day. Unified School District No. 278 school, one junior high and four high school, located in Mankato is rated the State Department of Education and has by the North Central Association of Colleges schools consecutively for 51 years. The graduates will be admitted to any college or in the association without an entrance exam. schools. Lovewell, Montrose, Formoso and credited by the State Department of High School enrollment will be Monday, Tuesday, August 30. Freshmen and Monday and Juniors and Seniors Tuesday. If convenient they may enroll any time during order to avoid unnecessary trips. High school and junior high will begin miss at 3:49 each day. Grade schools will dismiss at 3:45. The daily schedule will be principal of the attendance center. The schools in Unified School District No. showing a steady increase in total e garten through high school. This enrollment increase again during the school year. New come in Unified School District lqo. 27g. and new will be pleased with the quality of enuipment and the variety of academic course# high school will offer 48 different units of Nine bus routes will be furnished by the notch dn~'ers who are safe, courteous and state of Kansas. The routes will be set up comodations tor all students who attend trict No. 278. When there is bad weather and able to run, there will be no school. Sept. 16, Osborne - There i Sept 23, St Johns Here i Sept. 30, Lebanon - Here Oct. 7, Lincoln - There ~i Oct. I~, Clyde - There ~ov Oct. 21, Smith Center - There ~i Oct. 28, Glasco - There Nov I - Belleville - Here - HOMEC~ Nov. II - Miltonvale - Here (2:00 Head Coach - Larry Dreiling i Asst. Coach - Don Miskimon Don Anderson i John Jones il The first practice is Aug. 29, at 3:00. Dec . Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. 2 - Lincoln - There 9 - Miltonvale - Here 16 - Clyde - Here 3 - Glasco - There 6 - Downs - Here I0 - St. Johns - Here - Lebanon - There 17 - Osborne - There 21 - Smith Center - There - Glen Elder - There Jan 26, 27, 28 Northern Kansas League Tournament - Smith Jan. 31 - Miltonvale - There Feb. ~ - Belleville - There Feb. 7 - Glasco - Here Feb. I~ - Lincoln - Here Feb. 16 - St. Johns - There Head Coach -- Don Miskimon Asst. Coach -- John Jones Fresh. Coach --- Don Anderson All high school students who plan to partic: in sports during the year must have amination. These examinations will be given Republic County Clinic at 1:30 on Monday, 22. Students will be taken to Belleville by bus, are to meet at the high school building at Coach Dreiling will give further instructions he meets with the boys. Athletes who do not for this physical examination will have to their own examination at their own expense. | ~j