|Helen Ragsdale with her class|
|The Anderson Street School: Loopnet.com|
Helen would arrive at school, punctual as always, and prepare her classroom for her students. Later, when she became principal of the school, her routine would not change much. She would check into her office and then walk the hallways to check on the teachers and their classrooms. Not much got by "Miss Ragsdale." At the end of her busy day, she would return home where either she or the maid would prepare supper (never calling it "dinner"), and would end her day relaxing with a good book or listening to the radio. As she went to sleep, her students would be on her mind, and she would be planning what she could do for them tomorrow.