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Dr. Michael Per rone Superintendent Secretarial Staff Mrs. Macomber, Ms. Forand, Ms. Gomes, Ms. Parquette, M: Gregory, Ms. Gadbois, Ms. MacRae
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faculty " Give me a break. ' " Mirror, mirror, on the wall . . . . ' " A one, and a two ... " ' You didn ' t do your homework?! " The mystery of teachers pretty much disappears by high school. Most of the kids have found out that we have similar lives, contend with our mothers, swear, go to the bathroom, and on occasion even have a drink. This is quite a revelation for students, as they see teachers in a certain setting, a certain time space, in certain garb. Discovering that an educa- tor is a real person who exists outside of school is quite a blow to normality. By the same token, it ' s hard for us to recognize students as individuals and not " one of the seventh period punks. " And, what ' s even more unbe- lievable is that they ' re all interesting people. Why, in one class we might have one in the army, a sixteen year old mother, someone inheriting daddy ' s prosperous business, another leaving to vagabond Europe. These students are making decisions as important as any we ' ve made, and this is hard to conceptualize. However, they still need educating; we ' re not talking about forgotten dates, dry statistics or formulas. We strive to educate the person, not the computer. If a student comes out of our class more accepting, less prejudiced, and with a broader view of the world around him, then we ' ve done our job. Now, go do your homework. ■a '
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Mr. Dean Powers Assistant Principal Mr. Edward Christopher Guidance Mrs. Lillian Brulotte Guidance Secretary apponequet administra tion Mr. Joseph Simas Principal Mr. Peter Abraham Director of Guidance Mr. Robert McCarthy Assistant Principal Mrs. Sandra Knudsen Guidance Mrs. Jane Wrightington Administrative Secretary
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