above: Mr Thomas J Lyons; Mr Lyons grew up in Hoboken
She was from Staten Island
above: Mary Lou Koehler from 1958 Teachers' College of NJ yearbook
Miss Boyson was from Massachusetts
Above: Mr Hooper's photo is from the 1963 Clifford Scott yearbook;
Mr Hooper was from Maine
Above: Sarah Catherine Hoper in the 1958 U. of Colorado yearbook
Below: Miss Robina Martin (later Mrs. Haluska) from a photo of her second grade class in January, 1952; Mrs. Haluska grew up in Newark near Westside Park
Above: Cora Burns Parker, 1st Grade Teacher, 1953/54
Above: Ethel Louise Stewart, 1951/52, kindergarten teacher
Mr. Lyons went on to become a school principal in the Roxbury Township area of NJ, first at Franklin Elementary School in the mid-1960's and then, in 1969, at the newly built Nixon Elementary Elementary School. He retired in 1976.
Mr. Leonard Hooper (Leonard Nelson Hooper) was a teacher in the upper grades who was the advisor to the audio/video club (the club ran the projectors and sound equipment in the auditorium) and he was probably best known for his singing ability, especially his annual performance of "Oh, Holy Night." Mr. Hooper then taught English at Clifford Scott High School from 1960 to 1975 when he moved back to his home state of Maine and taught in Machias Memorial High School till his death in 2008 at age 80.
A teacher list from 1950 to 1959 (courtesy of Seth McQuillan): Miss Todd (K), Ms. Madden (1st), Miss Mildred K Linder** (2nd), Mrs. Haluska (nee Martin) (3rd), Ms. Dupuy (4th), Mrs Frances B Jarvis*** (5th), Ms Decker (6th), Ms. Ten Broeck (7th at Columbian School), and Mr Lyons (8th).
Another teacher list from the 50's (courtesy of John Hoagland): Miss Ethel Louise Stewart (K), Ms. Cora B Parker (1st), Mrs. Whitmore (2nd), Ms Kroll (3rd), Ms Bisteline (sp?) (4th), Mr. Lyons (5th), Ms. Booker (6th), and Ms. Webb (7th). And another (courtesy of Barbara Mondino): Miss Todd (K), Miss Madge Geddis (1st), Mrs Whitmore (2nd), Mrs. Lefkowitz (3rd), Miss Mary Lou Koehler (4th), Miss Geddis (again, 5th).
Principals in the 1950's: John Thomas Greenan (1940-1952), William George Hayward (1952-55), Paul Alfred Shelly (1955-60).
*Mrs. Parker had recently married and her maiden name was Cora Silvara Burns.
** In the 1940 census Miss Linder is shown as age 40, living with her parents at 50 N. 22nd St near Columbian School
***There is a Mrs. Frances M Jarvis, teacher, listed in the 1940 census at 199 North Oraton Parkway.