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November - December 1968 Page 05




Electronic Classes? Yep. I was in one of those
during my last year. Classes consisted of just
one student instead of a group of students as in
a regular vocational class. An electronic class
was available whenever a student asked to take
one...or at least that's what happened to me.

The courses was fun, tinkering with the amplifiers,
re-placing broken wires on the headsets, walking
to the other buildings to repair other class's
amplifiers, headsets, and even movie projectors.

The "classroom" for the electrical course was
the electronic room next to the library in the basement
across from the stairwell.

Keypunching was new and was located on the first
floor across from the principle's office near
the Upper School's main doors. The sorter and
tabulator mentioned in the article did arrive
for the following school year.
 

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