ABOVE: Students from every class in high school found valuable information from the various reading materials in the library.
Offering a quiet place to study or to read for pleasure, the library became a necessity for each student at Woodlawn. Strattman's classes interested in their learning material. By enlarging the subject matter to where each student saw more clearly the material, the teacher's explanations were more effective.
The desired finish was created by the kiln giving the vase a glistening shine. The Rifle team has won many contests. He aided the cheerleaders in activating spirit.
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Dear was senior Kenny Thomas. BS, Centenary; M. Ed, Stephen F. Austin State College U last summer State Department of Education for work in Special Education McCormick was chilled and happy at the Captain Shreve football game. Assistant Principal BS, La. Tech; MEd. Cook was responsible for planning numerous assemblies during the year. Sylvia Adams Mrs.
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Randle Geisler Mrs. Junior Counselor BS, MEd. Sopho- more Counselor Senior Counselor Counselors Guide Castlites The Counselors performed many duties in preparing Castlites for graduation. BS, MA, La. Drivers Ed. JOHN T. BS, La Tech. Librarian for summer school at Captain Shreve English IV Biology and Gen. Speech I, II BA, La. English II Journalism BA, Millsaps, La. English III College Honor Graduate. Cecil Herren handled the task of ticket selling. Jerry Hughes, Mr. William Britt, Mr. Raymond Rodgers, Mr. Donald Morrison. Carole Bass, senior English teacher, chats while sitting in the lounge after school.
BS, NSC Delta State College Boys PE II, III BA, Centenary College Treasurer of English Club Courtade discusses an up coming rifle match with Jimmy and Mike Lockwood.
JOE D. Algebra I BS, Okla. State U Geycr Business College American History Home Ec. I, II English II Plan Activities Together MR. Algebra II Typing I Staff and Circulation Staff BS, Auburn U Library Secretary and Visual Aids Coordinator Attendance Secretary Meadows-Draughon Hus. MA, Tulsa U BS, Centenary Chemistry, Biology Billy Cates spends many hours grading tests.
BA, NSC BS, LSU Band, Orchestra Civics, Eng. Typing I, II BS, N. BA, U of N. Cafeteria Manager Home and Family Living Lunch is one of the few times during the day teachers can visit with each other. Shorthand I, Bookkeeping I BA, MA, La. Shorthand I, Typing I PE and Health Algebra I, Geometry Art I Algebra II, Advanced Math McNeese State College BA, LSU M MRS. Math, Algebra I Maredia Bowdon and Mrs. Virginia King begin their day like all other faculty members by recording their arrival time in the otfice. Power Mechanics French I, II MA, U of Bologna Distributive Ed. NSC; MEd.
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JEAN A. LEFT: Mr. McLain makes use of the overhead projector to relate trig functions. Speer uses geometric figures in explaining solid geometry to Tim Lacy and Cary Wilkening. For use in the near future, Tommy Jowers and Cayce Hand gain experience in filling out income tax forms. The math department of W. Business Math and General Math are designed for the student who does not plan to go to college. The other mathematic courses are more than just learning the basic arithmetic factors. They involve logical reasoning, intuitive thinking and being able to apply general conclusions to all types of related material.
Martin assists a student who is having trouble with a difficult problem in Algebra I. Biology Class Uses Special Materials Science explores the mysteries of life as is studied in General Science, biology, chemistry and physics. More equipment has been added to the labs to supplement a Special Materials Biology class and a new modern approach to chemistry. Physics is an advanced course for seniors dealing with energy and matter.
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Students taking General Science receive an introduction into all the basic fields of science. Fowler assists Ronnie Murray and Eric Schuler with their experiment concerning yeast giving off carbon dioxide. This experiment is one of many they conduct in their Special Materials biology class. Richardson plays an accompanying record.
Sheri Frady looks over punctuation rules in preparation for a upcoming test. Expressing thoughts on paper proved a challenge for English III students in an effort to expand their writing abilities.
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After the cooking is done, things have to be cleaned up. Candy Watson and Sharon Sims load the dish washer to tidy up. Home and family living is a senior course designed to help students prepare for family life. Sammie Caseio and Carla Reed lead a discussion on heredity. Sewing is one of the most important things that a girl can learn in Home Ec. Melanie Wiseman helps Martha Dupree with the tailoring of a dress. Stork- ings, net candy canes and several kinds of Christmas trees were among the ornaments to be found this year.
Introduces Child Care Program Where would a house be without a homemaker? The home economics department sets a goal to instruct girls in the essentials of homemaking.