Wow so many memories...Miss Wolfe and the stories she read after lunch...The Secret Garden..It was great.
In 76 I had Mr Maston ,what a great teacher 4th grade,my siter I believe had Miss Wolfe 3rd grade( in the lower section close to the ball field) her name was Krissy
I am standing on the school grounds as I type this. It brings back such great memories! I was the last class to graduate the fifth grade from lighthouse. This school had such a great principle and teachers... The two teachers that stick out most in my memories was Mrs. Wolf and Mr. Masten
Ms. Raberta, I loved this school, Mr Masten was a great teacher,
I only attended fall of 75 to spring of 76, I believe I was in the second building on the right looking at the buildings from the school yard with your back to 17 mile drive and short street behind the buildings and Lighthouse ave to your right.
I remember a really cool Halloween bash and in the spring what they called the Mini Olympics,
Mohair, Scott Hufford, Tammi Heart, Pam Harmon, were all in my class
I sure would like to see Mr Mastens 4th grade class 75/76 Picture if anyone has it
I attended Lighthouse Elementary School during 4th, 5th, and 6th grades. My teachers were Mr. Masten, Mrs. Wolf, and Mr. Craven. I remember in 4th grade, Mr. Masten reading wonderful books to us in the afternoons: James and the Giant Peach, A Wrinkle in Time. In 4th grade, I had Mrs. Wolf for Math. I loved her Math class so much, that I requested to be in her regular 5th grade class, and was fortunate to be placed in it! Mrs. Wolf has remained my very favorite teacher. She made a good connection with me, and I appreciate her so much. In 6th grade, Mr. Craven was totally cool! I had so much fun in his class. And I remember Mrs. Dardin's class next door, which many of my friends were in. One time, they had a pinata, and unfortunately, my blindfolded friend, Paula, hit Mrs. Dardin's in the head with a baseball bat. Luckily, Mrs. Dardin's made it through, after taking some time off work to recover! I have good memories of Lighthouse Elementary. One time, when I was in 5th grade, a movie was being filmed across the street in the big mansion behind the trees. Called "The Devil's Daughter", it starred Jonathan Frid and Shelley Winters, both of whom I met. I came very close to having a walk-on role, but a 3rd grader with a red sweater was chosen instead. Oh well. And Dr. Philpot was a great principal! And I remember Mrs. Poinciana, the Librarian while I was there. Such good teachers and really nice people!