Press enter after choosing selection

Elizabeth Cronin - Fifth Grade Teacher At Central Elementary School In Ypsilanti, January 1959

Elizabeth Cronin - Fifth Grade Teacher At Central Elementary School In Ypsilanti, January 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 21, 1959
Caption
TEACHER HAS TRAVELED: Miss Elizabeth Cronin, fifth grade teacher at Central Elementary School in Ypsilanti, has several years' experience as a secretary in the state department's foreign services. She's able to give her pupils first hand descriptions of well known cities in Europe.

Tea Pours $1,000 Into Statue Fund

Tea Pours $1,000 Into Statue Fund image
Parent Issue
Day
10
Month
March
Year
1987
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Birthday Tea To Raise Funds For Sculpture

Birthday Tea To Raise Funds For Sculpture image
Parent Issue
Day
6
Month
March
Year
1987
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Charles Eugene Beatty & Mrs. Clyde Vick With New Intercom System At Perry School, February 26, 1958

Charles Eugene Beatty & Mrs. Clyde Vick With New Intercom System At Perry School, February 26, 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 26, 1958
Caption
Charles Eugene Beatty, Perry School Principal instructs his secretary, Mrs. Clyde Vick on the proper operation of the new intercommunication system which was installed in Perry School last fall. The instrument was paid for jointly by the Board of Education and the Parent-Teacher Association. Four schools have installed such equipment to be used as a new teaching aid.

First Day Of School At George Elementary School, September 1955

First Day Of School At George Elementary School, September 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 16, 1955
Caption
YPSILANTI PUPILS MOVE INTO NEW CLASSROOMS: Some 180 pupils of Ypsilanti's George Elementary School began classes today in six new rooms - three houses - completed this week and each containing two large rooms. The temporary classrooms will be used until construction of a large elementary school in the Ypsilanti district. Leading her first graders into their new quarters (above), located on the George parking lot, is Mrs. Frederick Becker. The pre-fab type houses are equipped with electricity and gas heat. The classes, two sections each of the first, second and third grades, will use all other facilities in the main school building.