Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 14, 1963 · Page 6
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August 14, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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ALTON EVENING fELEGftAPtt •. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14,1963 EVERYTHING IN SHAPE Back to school means more than just work for the teachers. Buildings and grounds must be put back into shape too. Here Ervin Kuhlman, of the public school physical plant staff .shapes hedges in front of the Olin Vocational School. Wood River Elementary Employs Librarian KATHLEEN MAY Miss May •» Winner of Scholarship Miss Kathleen May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alton W. May, 40 W. Marietta PL, Alton, is the recipient. of a Teacher Education Scholarship, it has been announced .by' Go.cinjy ^Superintendent of $choOls^Viibur. R.'L. Trimpe. £*.,;. ...-.(•p'.^&tf;! .'& : A June gradual ^^fei'QRette; High School, Miss May will' major in English at Southern Illinois University at -Carbondale. JVIarqiiette WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Elizabeth Borland, who received her bachelor of science degree from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, in 1958, has been hired as district librarian for Wood River- Hartford Elementary School District 15. Having also put in 16 hours of graduate study at the university, Mrs. Borland has worked two years at Clay City High School as librarian and English instructor and most recently has been employed at St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing, Alton, siiice 1959 where she organized a library for nurses. Her duties in District 15 will be to assemble and coordinate the educational data to be used in a I typical elementary imaterials eerier. the simple affairs they were in the past where books were borrowed and returned. Today a school librarian with any amount of educational material deals not only with books but with numerous film strips, slides and other Edwardsville Schools Open On Sept. 3 EDWARDSVILLE - Th^ Edwardsville Schools will open on | Tuesday, Sept. 3, with n half-day] session to allow the adtninistra- ors ntid teachers time to complete class organization and collect fees. All students must report on this first dav of school. *••* Buses will operate on Sept. 3, i but cafeterias will not. Students will be dismissed early in order to permit the school staff to work out adjustments needed in providing scats, books and supplies for all students. Sept. 4 will be a full day of school. Alton High Instructor on Health Unit i\Iiss Julia Foster, instructor in lealth education at Alton Senior ligh School, served this summer on a committee developing the Booklet, "Health Education in Secondary Schools." in the preparation of a state-wide health education curriculum study. The studer, under sponsorship of the Office of Public Instruction, was headed by John R. LeFevre, associate professor of health education at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Miss Foster was the chairman of the materials committee for grades 10 through 12. Seven other recognized leaders in health edu- educational material in addition to books. Board members of District 15 feel it is a full time job tor one person to coordinate all such material for the district. Imports to Hold AUCKLAND — The government of New Zealand has announced ill will try to hold imports strict- jiy to last year's levels. Seek THE HAGUE — Dried fruits are educational being sought by Dutch importers School libraries are no longer who have lost their Indonesian sources of supply. cation in Illinois served with Miss Foster on the committee. Enrollment Aug. 30 At Wood River Grades WOOD RIVER — Pupils of Wood Rivtjjr-Hartford Elementary School District 15 will attend school from 9 a.m. to noon Aug. 30 to enroll and will start back to school full time Sept. 3. Teachers of the district will attend an all-teacher Planning Conference Aug. 29 in Lewis- Clark School, according to G. 0. De Atley, District Superintendent. NEW WASHINGTON SCHOOL SITE This is the proposed site of the new Washington School which Is scheduled to be constructed in East Alton this fall behind the old school at right, The old building will be torn down when the new building is completed. Roxana Kindergarten Registering Now BRUSSELS — Belgian export.' to the Untied States have riser Iby ten per cent. Git far d Resigns Pmt Here aifford, art UMKictbr at West .fuftldr Hlgli School, has resigned his position with the Alton School* to accept,the post ot art eooi'dlnaior for the Be- cntiir Public Schools. Gifford, who enitle to Alton In Jahuiiry of 1958, said that the attraction of Working with elementary teachers In a supervisory capacity Is the that hd feels will hrlng abbilt a better program of art education for the Deeatur students. Decatut- does not employ fully- trnlned art Instructors at the elementary level as do the At- .on schools. Therefore his work will be to coordinate the art activities of the elementary classroom teachers. JKKItY GIFFOKD ROXANA — Ralph K. Rader, administrative assistant in charge of elementary education at Roxana Community Unit 1 schools has announced, that the registration for kindergarten should be made immediately and so far 290 students have been registered. Children must be five years old on or before Dec. 1, 1963, to be eligible for kindergarten. Parents are to bring--birth certificates at the time of registration. The total of 290 registered thus far is 35 less than the number in attendance last year. Anyone moving into the district since last fall should register at once. All first grade pupils should also register now. Those who did not attend kindergarten, must have a birth certificate at time of registering and must be six years old on or before December 1, 1963. All students entering the fifth grade should have a complete physical examination before the beginning of school. Those junior high and senior high school students new to the school system should register as soon as possible. All registrations should be made at the Board of Education office. Book rental fees will be announced at a later date. Sessions will start in all schools on Aug. 30. Teachers workshops will be held Aug. 28 and 29. LONDON — Ail .English schoolboy has been reprimanded for tying a rag to Queen Victoria's statue at 3 o'clock in the morning to advertise his school's "rag week." J & A Springman HAS YORK AIR CONDITIONERS ON SALE! AUGUST FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCE CLEARANCE GOING! GOING! GOING! - THESE MUST GO . . . f NEW! |0q% Frost Proof FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATOR Lighting •A project to improve the lighting at Marquette High School was conducted in two phases, by volunteers in one phase and by contract with an electrical firm in the second. Completed by the 15 volunteers July 27 was the installation of modern flourescent lights in the chemistry laboratory, four classrooms, the school office, the chaplain's office and the faculty room. Additional electrical outlets also were installed to facilitate the use of audio-visual aids. Work on the second phase of the project was undertaken by Central Electric Co., paid for by funds from the Marquette Alumni Drive and the 1962- 63 Senior Fund. Under this phase, lighting in six or more additional classrooms was modernized. Volunteers on the first portion of the project worked on Saturdays beginning in mid-May, and were honored at a dinner of appreciation at the Ursuline Convent July 31. The. volunteers, niany of then; Maij-quette graduates, were: Rob ert ; J. O'Connor (general chairman and coordinator), Robert j Kulp, Robert L«eson, Edward P. Stutz, Anton Dunker, Paul Dunker, William L, Peipert, Jack Dunphy, Paul C. Droste, Homer Henneman, Mike Accario Jr., Joseph Kinsella, Clarence Budde, William E. Parker and Thomas y, Prullage. Bunker Hill Starts •Classes ou Aug. 30 BUNKER Wll - First day of sch'ool in Bunker Hill District will be Aug. 30 and this will be a half- day session, Mason Holmes, superintendent, has announced, ifpyyever, registration is set for Aug. 29 at the high school. 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