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Students Make Checkerboard in Industrial Education Course at Scarlett Junior High, March 1970

Students Make Checkerboard in Industrial Education Course at Scarlett Junior High, March 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 29, 1970
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Checker Makers Making the checkerboard part of a checker set are these Scarlett Junior High students (from left) Nate Friley, Joe Wilhelmi and Dan Bilich. Supervising is teacher George P. Enot Jr. The American Industry class of Scarlett's seventh grade industrial education course made 24 checker sets recently for use at the school.

She Attacks Barriers Via Dance

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24
Month
March
Year
1972
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Portable Classrooms Dot School Sites

Portable Classrooms Dot School Sites image
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30
Month
September
Year
1970
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New Elementary School Named For Dr. King

New Elementary School Named For Dr. King image
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11
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April
Year
1968
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Scarlett Woods May Be Sold

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5
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March
Year
1970
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Scarlett Woods Nature Walks, Cleanup Set

Scarlett Woods Nature Walks, Cleanup Set image
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1
Month
May
Year
1970
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Students Petition To Save Scarlett-Mitchell Woods, February 1970

Students Petition To Save Scarlett-Mitchell Woods, February 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 22, 1970
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Saving The Woods ~ Holding some of the petitions being circulated to parents and students at Mitchell Elementary School and Scarlett Junior High are these pupils (from left, rear) Andy Brayton, Bill Sampier, Keith Smith, Ted Rodewil, Kevin Williams and Kevin Walker and (from left, front) Linda Sampier, Lisa Orquist and Sharon Donegan. Ted, Kevin Williams and Kevin Walker attend Scarlett, while the rest are Mitchell students. The petitions are asking that the wooded area south of the two schools be kept as a nature center. Some of the posters behind the students read, "Keep Scarlett Woods," "Save Wildlife." (Ann Arbor New picture by Photographer Cecil Lockard)