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Despite a jam-packed agenda, Board members pause and pose for a few minutes on the first Monday lor maybe the third! in the month
at the main entrance of the beautiful Administration Building. From the left, Dr. Elmer Ensz, Robert F. Gray, Charles C. Scanlon, Mrs Osa
McAllister, Margaret Bishop lsecl, Willard H. Clarke, Laurence N. Wolfe, Dr. Samuel Broadwell, John H, Clay, Maurice R. Stakesbary
Their Goal-Improved Facilities and a Beit
Safety . . . adequate room . . . key thoughts of
the Board ot Education and superintendents ot the
Alhambra City Schools...
The important role ofthe Alhambra City School
System in the development ot the city . . . the
reputation ot the schools drawing families to the
community and making it expand . . . theretore
the school must tit the needs ot both accommoda-
tion and satety . ..
Cooperation ot Board members . . . city teachers
. . . Citizens' Advisory Committee . . . and even
students, in promoting the school bond election
. . . informing the public about school conditions
. . . 85Ofo ot the AHS building space does not meet
satety standards ot the state lavv . . .
The February bond election failed . . . but the
administration without hesitation made plans tor
another bond election . . . less money . . . but still
enough to satisty the needs ot the city's schools . . .
The bond proposal included the relocation ot
AHS at Moor Field tor financial savings . . . avoid-
ing construction and education clashes . . . enough
room for a modern high school . . .
The tuture ot AHS decided in the June bond
election . . .”