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Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
July
Year
1965
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Jones Elementary School - Preschool Students At Snack Time With Teacher, Anne Shain, March 1965

Jones Elementary School - Preschool Students At Snack Time With Teacher, Anne Shain, March 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 18, 1965
Caption
One of the longest segments of the morning and afternoon pre-school sessions at Jones School is milk and snack time. The children are quieter and more relaxed than at other times, and they are encouraged to talk about anything that's on their minds, according to the teacher pictured, Mrs. Anne Shain.

Jones Elementary School Pre-Kindergarten Class With Teacher, Betty Powell - Learning Circle, March 1965

Jones Elementary School Pre-Kindergarten Class With Teacher, Betty Powell - Learning Circle, March 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 18, 1965
Caption
It takes lots of activity to hold the attention of the Jones pre-schoolers, and Mrs. Betty Powell leads them in songs with plenty of pantomime movement. As busy as they seem compared with older singing groups, sitting on the floor for music is actually one of their "quiet" times which they seem to enjoy.

Jones Elementary School Pre-Kindergarten Class - Watching the Fish, March 1965

Jones Elementary School Pre-Kindergarten Class - Watching the Fish, March 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 18, 1965
Caption
Watching the gold fish swim is fun, but feeding and caring for them is a special responsibility for students in the Jones Preschool program. Scooping fish up with a net and placing them in temporary containers while the bowl is cleaned is an experience the children could not enjoy if they had an aquarium with lots of fish and equipment.