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TIGER TOPICS Vol. 12 No. 8 Crispus Attucks High School, Indianapolis, Ind. -August 1980 111 This Issue • • . . . Surplussing p. 1 Quincy Duck p. 2 Black Expo................... p. 3 Sports Schedule p. 4 Students 'Reach Out' for Experience Know Where to go When School Starts Thirty students, who have been seleeied by department heads to participate in a program called Outreach, attended an in¬ teresting activity here xMay 23 duruiK^ seventh period. Mr. Lee B^dwards. senior enginec^r from General Motors in Anderson, Indiana, talked to the stitdents about the differ(>nt opportunities that GM offers for acadenii cally strong students. His main focus was on why and how students should prepare themselves for a career in engineering, whal to expoct afterwards and the problems that GM is presently havini^ during our nations economical crisis. Edwards stressed the needs he felt most important to success are motivalicm, good attitude and insight. Interest and atten- tiveness were apparent as he explained, while taking a car distributor apart, the various parts it took to meet the specifica¬ tions ordered. In doing this, he was able to talk about the various kinds of specialties in the field of engineering. W^ith summer break coming to a close, CAHS will reopen for its fifty-fourth year, with basically things staying the same next year. For the benefit of those incoming Workshop Progressing With Touch of Class A new workshop is active here in the summer. Known as Project Class it primary purpose is to provide training and work ex^ perience for its 470 participants as general staff assistants and custodial assistants in the school. The program is designed to assist in the personal and professional growth of Surplussing Effects Personnel Staff Next Year Each year at the beginning of school, students^ who are returning realize thai many old faces have disappeared and new ones have arrived to take their place. This year is no different for tht^re is an abundance of changes within CAHS in store for fall. ndiapa ^ - Indi ana Perm rt- *z o en CO U.S. P o m u m ^ p a- ^ o n-Prof r* O OQ aniz ation The following is a list of departmental changes for 1980-1981. Business-Miss Debra Leverette is leav¬ ing. English" Mrs. Rae Quarles and Mrs. Shirley Henderson will be gone. Miss Canary Smith (who left in the middle of last year) will be replaced by Ms. Olivia Jackson. Ms, Jackson will also h(>ad thi' yearbook. Foreign Language-Mrs. Rose Prine is leaving and will not be replaced. Also, Mrs. Marjorie Schunk will become a fulltime math teacher. These changes will result in both German and Latin being dropped from CAHS curriculum. Guidance-Mrs. Sylvia Ketterman will be transferred to Washington. Health Profession-Mrs. Darlene Culp is transferring to Northwest and Mr. Michael Hauth will be teaching Anatomy and Physiology for this department besides his duties in the science department. Mrs. Connie Dole is on indefinite maternity leave. Industrial Arts-Mr. Thomas Moreland and Mr. Ernest Tinker havo l)oth retired from teaching and will be replaced. The replacements, however, ha\t> not btn^n decided. Math-Mrs. Carolyn Riley uiil he transferred in the fall. Music-Mr. Robert Fleck and Mr, DeWitt Samuels will be here only a half day as the other half will be spent at grade schools. Science-This department will gain a teacher to take all special ed science classes. Social Studies-Mr. Ronald Reichel, de¬ partment head will depart for Northwest. He will be replaced although his replace¬ ment hasn't been determined yet. Reichel was also head wrestling coach. Besides all the above mentioned changes, both the Gudiance Learning Center IGLC) and the Behavior Improvt^ ment Consortium (FJOCK which were both government funded, have been discon¬ tinued because of lack of funds. No changes have been reported in the following departments-arts, physical education, instructional media center and home economics. Tiger Topics would like to welcome back ali the old staff members and would like to greet all new faculty. employees by means of supplying counsel¬ ing and educational opportunities. There are five staff counselors available to assist participants with work-related problems that might affect their work per¬ formance. Project class offers educational oppor¬ tunities for participants to complete their high school education by attending GED classes. Advance schooling is also available for those wishing to attend college at IUPUI. Vocational training is offered at Ivy Tech, Beauty College, and professional training institutes. One of the main thrusts of the program is to help trainees obtain unsubsidized employment after their twelve months in the program and to help trainees obtain un¬ subsidized employment after their twelve months in the program are completed. freshmen and for the remembrance of those accustomed to procedure, the final agenda has been prepared. As students arrive to school, they should check distribution lists posted on the walls of the building. By reading these, they will know the room to which they are assigend. Here, they will receive semester schedules. New students are to report in the auditorium. Incoming freshmen are asked to be at school at 1 p.m. to receive orienta¬ tion. Upperclassmen are to report here at 8 a.m.. Freshmen will be divided into three groups. One will report to pay rental, two will report to the gym for I.D. and three will report to get their lockers. These three will rotate until all freshmen have finished getting their lockers. I.D., and have paid rental. They will be dismissed at 2:55. Above lleftl-Sherri Norris takes notes during a summer class. (Rightl-Margaret Buscksot scans through library books. IBottoml-Library students check out reading material.
|Title||Tiger Topics, Aug. 1980|
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