Several Carl School graduates have travelled back in time to their years at Carl School and spent some time with me recalling the good memories and values of learning offered by a one room school. Not only have these old (as in time, not age) friends enjoyed the recalls but I did as well.
Which brings us to the next big event. When the book was published, we doubted that there would be a second edition and, well, maybe that is still the case. However, there are a few improvements in the text that need changing. The most significant shortfall in the content is the section on the teachers. The teachers during the years after, say, 1953 were unknown to the author and therefore, their biographical sketches were, to say the least, sketchy. So, in this next printing, we will make a call to all those people who attended the school from 1953 to 1964 to send us some one-liners on how they remembered their teacher(s). We will take it from there and create some readable text and add it to the copy for the next printing. The teachers in this focus are: Peterson, Johnson, Brown, Hunt, Bazaire, Salamone, Klink. There are two Petersons listed, one for 1953 and the other for 1959-1960—not sure if they are the same person.