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About Klamath tribune. (Chiloquin, Or.) 1956-1961 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1959)
Ten New Teachers In
Area Schools Listed
Reservation-area public schools
report 10 new teachers for the
1959-00 school year ami also a
"new principal at Chihxpiin High
Xew teachers in the Illy schools
include Janet Kelner, who teaches
commercial courses and physical
education, and her husband. Rob
ert Kelner, who teaches social
studies, physical education, and
Xew teachers in the Uonana
schools are Janet Mcinhold,
teaching home economics and
physical education, William Cay
wood .teaching 7th grade, and
Xormau Stratton, teaching Nth
At Chilo(juin Klcmcntary
School, Nancy and Claude Mor
gan, husband and wife, are the
Chilomiin Junior High School's
new teacher is James filer, who
teaches Kth grade and has a M.S.
decree from S. .C. Xew teachers
at Ciiihxpiiu High School are
Lowell Swanson, teaching science
and math, ami Krvin Tippery,
who teaches Knglish. Swanson
has a U.S. degree from OSC, and
Tippery received his M.S. decree
at I'reighton University, Omaha,
New principal at Chihupiin
High School is Al Samplesr who
is already well-known in the Illy
area by virtue of I years teaching
and coaching experience at the
high school there. Al, born in
Canada, got his high school edu
cation in Klamath Count) at
Henley High School. He enrolled
at the University of Oregon in
19.V, but interrupted his college
training in 191,1 t enter the air
force. He returned to the U. of ().
in 1917 and graduated with a
bachelor's degree iu 1919. He re
ceived a master's degree in phys
ical education in 1950 from the
same school, and worked on a
doctorate until 1951. at which
point he entered the Klamath
County school system, teaching
and coaching at Altamont Junior
High School near Klamath Falls.
He spent 1 ears there and then
entered the Illy schools in 1955.
Mcanw bile he has continued work
on his doctorate and has com
pleted all the t etjuii ements except
for the writing of a dissertation.
Family wise, Mr. Samples has a
wife and one sou.
Parents and other interested
citizens' are welcomed and urged
to attend PTA meetings and var
ious school events to get ac
quainted with the new teachers,
renew acquaintances with the re
turning ones, and generally gain
more understanding of the func
tions of the public schools.
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