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Educational Foundations and Curriculum
The Toppenish Junior-Senior High School has shown more than a 40 per cent increase in enrollment during the last six years, making necessary extensive alterations and additions to the main plant. Recently the school population reached a point where a minimum of two additional classrooms was necessary. A survey of school activities revealed a pressing need for space for five purposes. These included quarters for related art instruction in the vocational home economics department; a cafeteria to serve a maximum of 208 pupils; recreational space for group and class parties; a place for pupil-parent and for faculty meetings, and facilities for vocational training in quantity food preparation and service. This large order was complicated by limited funds, since only about $20,000 was available.
Muzzal, E. L. (1940). When Classroom Becomes Cafeteria. Nation's Schools, 25(2), 68, 70.
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