The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT) 1966-1987, September 01, 1983, Image 2

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Volume XX.XVI No. 1 MISS BAXTER Miss Joan Baxter comes to Winifred f r. om Miss- oula. She was born and raised in Castle Rock, Washington, which is 25 miles from Mount St. Helens. She has 2 sisters and 1 brother and her family lives in Ronan. Her teaching experience · began with her first job as a teacher's aid in SPecial e d ucation in Ronan. She ha s been in school since January to obtain her master's degree in guidance and counseling. Hiss Baxter's duties be- sides teaching business are guid a nce counselor, freshman advisor and school paper advisor. Miss Baxter's main hob- by is music. She can play the piano, electric key- board, the saxophone, and the flute. She is in- terested in pyschology and archeology, She loves foothall; and, her fav- orite tea;; is the Minnesota Vikings. She also is in- volved i;ri the special olympics. MRS. TYLER Mrs. Linda Tyler · will be the high school Eng- lish teacher, junior high physical education, girls head basketball coach with annual and helping with Senior and Junior plays. She taught six years in Iowa and three years at Judith Gap before com- ing to Winifred School. She is a graduate o~ Sam Houston State College in · Runt!ivill.e, Texas where she received her degree in Englfail and Physical education. Mrs. Tyler is odg- . inally from Allison, Iowa. Winifred , Mr 59489 MR. FLINT _ Garth · Flint · was born , in California. - He · is . an , . ; army brat and has lived in Germany and Japan. Mr, Flint attended the Butte College in Cal:f.for- nia and the University of Montana where he earned h : ts bachelor's degree in Science education. Mr. Flint student taught at the Big Sty School in Missoula. His duties as a tea- cher will consist of high schoo} math, junior high science and he will be as- sistant basketball coach. Some of his hobbies . 3re motorcycling and mechanics. MRS. FLINT Hrs. Karin Flint was born and raised in New Jersey. Her family moved to Florence, Montana 13 year.a ago. Mr. and Mrs. Flint have been married a lit- tle over a year. Their family includes a cat, Spice, A/K/A Minnie the Moocher. Mrs. Fl:!nt graduated from University of Mont- ana this past June where she earned her degree in elementary education and a minor in drivers ed- ucation. This will be · her first year teaching. Sh~ also attended Western Montana College. · Mrs. will be head track coach, - junior high basketball . and - assistant girls · basketball coach. .- She · · will · · teach •. art , painting, .- drivers ed. and will a preschool library hour begins on September 15. . - ; . Her · hobbies are draw- . ing, - - cross country skiing and riding motorcycles. September 2,· ' 1983 MR. GORDON Mr. Gordon, our new school superintendent, comes to us from Outlook, Montana. Mr. Gordon. has degrees in history and art from the · University of Montana. He also has a master's degree in vocational education and a minor in physical ed- ucation. He also has an administrative certificate from the University of Montana. And, he is work- ing on his guidance and course.ling certificate at the Northern Montana College. His duties at Winifred Schools will be basic administrative duties, plus teaching a photography class. He is also assisting Mrs. Flint in a painting class. He said his major duty will be to \keep a tight reign on the wild students (and teachers).'' Mr. Gordon has 20 years basic bus- iness experience and about a years teaching ex- perience. He was also in the army for 2 years. Mr. Gordon has had much experience in the working world. When we talked i.:o him , he listed for us a few of the different jobs he has done. He said he has been a cleanup man in a blacksmith shop, a cook on an oarboat, a lay preacher a hobo, an . in- spector for General Motors Fridgidare Corporation, a proof press operator in Rapid City, South Dakota and he has worked in a firewatch tower. He said he has had many other jobs too numerous to mention. He also told us he has lived in every state in America except Hawaii. Hr. Gordon was born in Grand Forks, North Dakota, and was rai!ted in Deluth, Mir.nesota. He is married and has 3 daughters. His hobbies are camping, canoeing, flying, painting_ and photography.

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