THE MICHIGAN DAILY
HOLLAND HIGH SCHOOL:
Faculty Discusses Decision
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The criteria for NCA approval
are devised by all of the member
institutions. A school which wishes
to be accredited must subscribe to
Schools in the state of Michigan
are accredited by two agencies,
NCA and the University. At this
time Holland is accredited by the'
University, but a University ac-
crediting team will visit the school
for its yearly check on Feb. 25,
according to Kent W. Leach of the
school of education, and director
of the Bureau of School services.
On Feb. 24 members of the board
will meet with the board of
trustees and other interested
parties to hear basic attitudes of
the Holland group.
On Feb. 25, a team of University
professors will visit the school, at-
tending classes and writing re-
The criteria for University ac-
creditation are similar to those
Besides preparation for college,
high schools in the state must
1) Pupil participation and
growth in shop and home-making,
and where possible opportunities
in art, crafts, music, journalism
and speech, 2) vocational subjects,
3) expansion of curriculum, 4)
health education and physical edu-
cation, 5) extracurricular activ-
ities, 6) laboratory science.
Co-eds living in Shealy Hall
at Purdue University have been
ordered to display "little or no
emotion" when kissing a date
Under a "new college social
order," Shealy women were told
to limit their kisses to one, and
make it as short as possible.
The order, issued by dorm
resident head Miss Valerie
Heavey, also included a recom-
mendation to replace the good-
night kiss with a handshake.
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