Tuesday, April 1, 2008
Open House - 1971
Top Left: Martha Kelly, Mary Dupuis and Kathy Koviac consider English electives; Top Center: Pam Killen checks her class schedule; Top Right: Matt Solak, Mike Zielinski and Rick Herm solve registration problems. Center Left: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kilts and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lepeak recall high school memories; Lower Center Left: Sr. Roch accepts St. Mary's new flag from a Veteran; Bottom Left: The Raymond Deal family enjoys the work of the new art department. Top Center Right: Jean Harris, senior, gives her mother a conducted tour at Open House; Bottom Center Right: The Ray McEachin family view the production copy of a COURIER; Bottom Right: Debbie Dyczewski prepares for her TB test while Patti Polzin happily awaits her turn.
Saint Mary Cathedral opened its doors as usual in September but to a larger enrollment than ever before. A Special Registration Day was held for students to choose electives in English, art, and homemaking.
An Open House brought students, parents, and faculty together. There were opportunities for parents to visit new departments and to confer with teachers.
Since health is a community concern, as well as an individual one, TB tests were given to seniors and freshmen and all results were negative.
The American Legion promoted patriotism by presenting St. Mary's with several flags for classrooms and outdoors display.