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The Student Body
Senior High School
Dear Students 2
The greatest responsibility of adult society is to provide
an enviroment in which youth may grow into desirable citizen-
ship. In a Democracy, the discharge of this responsibility
gives to the public school a vital role. No other development
is so typically American as our public school system. Although
almost all adults will readily agree with the foregoing, all
too frequently the school is handicapped by lack of support
from the adult community. The education of all the children
of all the people is a costly undertaking. This no one will
deny. But the importance of the school's role in a Democratic
society demands that adequate funds be made available.
As students and teachers, we must always take the utmost
advantage of such educational facilities and opportunities as
the community makes available to us. As this is being written,
construction is starting on a new Senior High School Building.
This will make possible many desirable expansions of the high
school programg it will greatly enlarge the opportunities for
both students and teachers 3 but it will also place added
responsibilities upon each of us. This is, I think, a signif-
icant time in the life of our high school, and it is my sincere
prayer that all of us - students, teachers, and cocmnnmity -
may find a new enthusiasm, an enduring faith, and a compelling
vigor to make our beloved high school not just a good high
school but the finest high school in all the land.
W. M. Lo ke
VV. M. LOCKE
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