BILLY MARSHALL STONEKING

Who Do You Think You Are?

     The Education of a Young Man...

                           ABOVE: Nursery School at Fort Slocum, David's Island, NY circa 1952.

Kindergarden and half of 1st grade: George Washington Elementary School, New Rochelle, NY (darkbrown building, centre of picture, below) - Where I learned how to read: "Look Dick, look!"  

 

 

 ABOVE: The photo above was taken outside our apartment in the Hillsdale Garden Apts complex

Laurel Elementary School, 1st & 2nd grades, San Mateo, Ca. 1953-1954

 

 

Crestview Elementary School, Waco, Tx - 2nd, 3rd, 4th grade (Above: Crestview cafeteria and auditorium. The stage upon which I played the ugly ducking in the play of the same name.) Entrance to Crestview Elementary School (below)

Randolph School, Randolph AFB Tx - 5th, 6th and half of 7th grade

 

                 BELOW: 5th grade and 6th grade                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

 

 Connally High School, Waco, Texas - 7th and 8th gra

BELOW: the summer between 7th and 8th grade

 Mills Jnr High School, Rancho Cordova, Ca - 9th grade

 Folsom High School, Folsom, Ca - 10th grade

ABOVE: July 1, 1963, Gettysburg  The summer before I started at Cordova High School

Cordova High School, Rancho Cordova, Ca - 11th and 12th grade (graduating class of 1965)  

American River Junior College, Sacramento, Ca (A.A. degree, 1968)

Sacramento State College (now California State University at Sacramento) Bachelor of Arts (Hons) 1970 - Major: English, Minors: Education and philosophy

Standard Secondary Teaching Credential bestowed, June 1971, California State University at Sacramento.