Karl R. Josker
The Schools Of Buffalo
> PS 68
Karl R. Josker
24 Westminster, Buffalo
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Just found a photo from graduating class 1940. My husband’s parents went there.
Went there k-3rd 1959 thru 1963. then moved out of the country
Went here from K-8th grade. Graduated in 1969. All my teachers were great except the
1rst grade teacher Miss Funk. Someone who should not have been a teacher. She seemed like someone who hated her job and children.
Attended 1965-69, 5th - 8th grade. Special Progress Class - smart kids from other area schools all pooled at one location and kept together for 4 years. Program was ahead of its time. Principle was Evelyn Ward. Great teachers looking back on it. Mrs Perch, Miss Wren, Mrs Ginther, Mr. Pak. Most are likely deceased. Formed the academic foundation for a successful academic and professional career. I owe a lot to each and every one of them.
I went there 67-75. It was during forced bussing and racism was rampant. It's a time I'd like to forget
I went there from k-5th, 1972-1977. Have class photos from then! Mrs. Brown (k), Mrs Dye 3rd, Mrs Combat 4th, Mrs Keller(?)5th.Don't remember the teachers names for 1st or2nd.
Went from kindergarten to 8th grade. Graduate in 1956. Have picture of graduation class. Hmandel@pacbell.net
T.J.(guest) I went to ps68 from first through 8th grades,graduating in 1964.Following that I went on to Emerson Voc H S taking quantity food prep, graduating in 1969. These pics evoke some fond memories.
I went their kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 4th,5th, and 8th grade what a time it was. with good ole Mr. Dorhey as Principal. and teachers was Mrs. Romell, Ms. Majette, Ms. Cambat, Ms. Hubert, etc.
I went to P.S 68 from pre k to 5th grade 1975-1980 and i enjoyed every minute of it!
I went there from kindergarten through 4th grade (1984-1989)...it's now Westminster Community Charter School...they're doing so well that they just added a new addition to the building.