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Reflections Of Andrew Lewis ALMA MATER 0 Andrew Lewis, school adored Our Alma Mater dear, Fond memories of thee we’ll hold Our hearts and minds to cheer. We’ll evermore thy name adore And honors to thee bring And now thy sons and daughters true Loud praises to thee sing. 6
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A ' ! f 1 : T? 1. . E-i . L II l||ii MS f ' 1 fl f - it--- • ■ Andrew Lewis High School began as a dream in the minds of many Salem citizens several years before the school actually opened in 1934. Forty- three years have passed since Lewis first opened its doors, and the time has come for the dream of Lewis to draw to a close while the dream of the new Salem High School materializes. Lewis has seen many changes occur in the U.S., the world, and in itself during its 43 year history. The school has watched our country grow under the leadership of Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, and Ford, and has seen its alumni and students fight in three major wars. While America had its high and low points, Lewis maintained the spirit and ideals upon which it was founded. The students of Andrew Lewis have changed with the times. In the beginning scholars were seen walking the halls in bobby-socks, saddle oxfords, straight skirts, straight legged pants, crew-cuts, and bobbed hair; today scholars are clad in blue jeans, wallabies, wedges, and skirts, with blown-dry ultra-clean hair. Curriculum has been, and always will be, in the process of changing. Each year there were a few new approaches to old courses. Some old courses were dropped and a few new courses were added. Lewis was the first school in the county to adopt a modular curriculum and was able to adjust to the new system amid a turmoil of doubts and opposition. 5
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Salem Bom I’m Salem born and Salem bred, And when I die I’ll be Salem dead! So rah rah for Salem Salem; Rah rah for Salem Salem; Rah rah for Salem; rah, rah, rah! The Blue and White will reign tonight; We’ll win this game tonight or die! So rah rah for Salem Salem; Rah rah for Salem Salem; Rah rah for Salem; rah, rah, rah! 7
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