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I. Whereas the citizenship standard of our school has been
lowered by much gum chewing; the furniture of our school misused by sticking wads of gum on it; and the health of our
school children endangered by having to sit at tables where
germ laden gum is s'tuckj
We^ the officers of Barnum School resolve to declare war
\ all gum chewing in the following manner:
II, Committees of Inspection
1* Register class on Tuesday clean off all gum from . ' .
furniture * *
2. Beginning Monday, December 2$ not a wad of gum should
enter the doors of Barnum School.
Secretly appointed committees wills
3.-A. Inspect for chewing
b. Inspect for gum stuck en furniture.
4. The teacher reports number of chewers to a special
committee at the end of the day by sending slip to Room 105
1. A vase for the room whose furniture is free from gum
to be selected by a committee of three teachers.
2. An assembly to honor the class which has a perfect score
for no chewing.
E&ch teacher will keep count of the number of times she
finds chewing in each class.
Use, slips provided. These will be collected at the end of
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4S&^W^$n by the c ommi 11 ee.
Please 8,1 low the special committee to inspect your furniture
at any reasonable time*
The class officers are the secretly appointed committee of
your room to help check on the chewing in the halls,
lavatories etc. Their identity is not to be known by the
Use your first period Wednesday Hov. 27, to discuss:
a, Y/here is it permissible to chew gum?
b. How should gum be disposed of?
c« ¥hy should we never see a
speck of gum in Barnum School?
This will take the place of the regular Wednesday class di
on Health Habits,
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