The Yellow Jacket, Yearbook of Thomas Jefferson High School, 1964 Page: 28
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Many People Help
CHECKING ART WORK done in their special education
classes are Mr. Charles Roethke and Mr. Paul Williams.
Special education classes, health services, cafe-
teria management and administration, and student
teaching-all these functions aid in the smooth
operation of Thomas Jefferson High School.
All the people represented here share a common
bond-patience, helpfulness, and an understanding
of students' needs and desires.
MRS. JESSIE JUDD MILLER, TJ's nurse, finds the job
of recording information on a student's health form simpli-
fied by an up-to-date filing system.
RECEIVE valuable class-
room experience and con-
tribute their enthusiasm
and recent training to
the education of students.
Four of these student
teachers and the teachers
with whom they are
working this year are
Miss Rebecca Seward
(Mrs. McEwan), Mrs.
Betty Keels (Mrs. Swan-
zy), Miss Sena Walters
(Miss Crisp), and Mr.
Jim Boone (Mr. Bad-
)11 - 11011
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