Clipped From The Courier-News
Curriculum Talks Set South Plainfield Principal Benjamin Cook announced that, with the cooperation of the High School PTA, faculty members will participate today at 7:45 p.m. in a panel discussion on school curriculum. He said the discussion will be divided into two 45-minute peri ods in order to permit parents to attend more than one session on the following subjects: English, social studies, physical education, mathematics, science, industrial arts, homemaking, foreign lan guages and business education. Mr. Cook said the following faculty members will participate: Languages, Leonard Stilo, Mrs. Helen Sinclair, Carroll Bailey, Bruno Doganieri, Mrs. Hazel Trembley, Michael DeCarlo, Miss Patricia Connell, Miss Doris Cer- win. Miss Hilda May Johnson, Arthur Kierman and Donald Clark; mathematics, John Feeley, Miss Rose Kaufman, George Bryan. Mrs. Vivian Peterson and Sam Ayoub; science, Harry Lob by, Harold Rehng, Miss Kathleen Liebhart and Alfred Ranger. Also, Arts, Robert Jarrett, Ed ward Grissinger, Madison Owen, John Libertazzo, George Brogan, John Giachero, Albert Tucher Jr. and Miss Ann Sarno; physical education, Frank Jost, Miss Martha Price, Miss Jane Moffett, An thony Cotoia and Phillip Graham; social studies, Laurence Carbon- etti. George Fallis, Harold Wyc- koff, Sabbott Omco and Miss Helen Brodzik; business subjects, Raymond Swidersky, Mrs. Ber- nice Kianese, Henry Richard and Mrs. Toby Schenerman. The sum mation will be presented by Jack Irion.