Karl R. Josker
The Schools Of Buffalo
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Karl R. Josker
118 Hampshire St. Buffalo
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Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
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© 2007 by Karl R. Josker
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Robert (bob) Phetteplace
I attended from 1960-1966 for K-6. I fondly remember Ms. LaRue from 1st grade who taught us some French words as well. Mr. Sacko from gym, but the other teacher's names escape me.
Went there from 1947-1950. Remember Mrs. Ostrander and Miss Tauriello. The principal while I was there (1st-3rd grade) was Miss Mason. The boys gym teacher's name was Mr. Sacco
I went to school here (1960 to 1963)from Kindergarten to 2nd grade and then moved. The Teachers I remember were: Kdg Miss Lindbergh & Miss Bernstein. 1st Grade: Miss Tauriello and Miss LaRue (spelling?). 2nd Grade: Mrs. Hardy. I remember Mrs. Hardy played an old wooden organ in her classroom. There was a gym teacher named Mr. Socko. I also remember going to the girls' playground in the morning before the bell rang. We had to line up by class before we paraded into the building. In the winter, we lined up in the basement, taking off our "leggings" before class. You went home for lunch, and once or twice a year you were allowed to stay at school and buy lunch! I remember great Christmas pageants in the auditorium, and being released early on Monday afternoons to walk to Nativity church for religious instructions. The Principal at that time was Miss Donohue.
My school from k-6 starting in 1963. This used to be a beautiful neigborhood.....