School: Greenwood H.S. (Opens 31 Aug 1953)
Surnames: Fonstad, Cox, Buker, Crase, Einfeldt, Haag, Hamel, Jackson, Jostad, Mastaler, Thompson, Wagner, Rodgers, Berrett, Liebzeit, Fravert,
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 13 Aug 1953
The Greenwood High School and Grade School will ope Monday, Aug. 31st to begin the 1953 - 54 school year, it has been announced by Principal Clifton Fonstad. School buses will operate on the same routes as if the past unless students are notified otherwise. As most eighth grad students registered last spring, there will be no special registration before school opening. Students who are planning to attend Greenwood High School for the first time, who did not have an opportunity to visit school on Rural Day, may come to school and see Mr. Fonstad any weekday to get registration information.
The faculty is complete with the exception of one English teacher in the high school. Miss Shirley Cox has been hired to teach homemaking and is the only new teacher on the faculty. Miss Cox is a graduate of Stout Institute and has had two years' experience at Chetek before coming to Greenwood. Other members of the faculty are: Cyril Buker, science and athletic director; Robert Crase, veteran trainer; Mrs. Cynthia Einfeldt and geography; Harold Haag, science; Mahlon G. Hamel, instrumental music; Thomas Jackson, commercial; Lloyd Jostad, social science and vocal music; Miss Claire Mastaler, English and girl's physical education; Paul Thompson, social science and guidance; Victor Wagner, vocational agriculture; Mrs. Irene Rodgers, 7th and 8th grades; Mrs. Geneva Berrett, 5th and 6th grades; Mrs. Mercedes Liebzeit, 3rd and 4th grades; and Mrs. Elvera Fravert, 1st and 2nd grades.
Much redecorating has been done in the school this summer. All hallways have been painted and the library and one high school classroom. The homemaking department: foods laboratory is being remodeled and unity kitchen installed. This work should be completed by the opening of school. The new homemaking kitchen will have four new, modern kitchen units.
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