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All curriculum activities are dependent upon the library,
as it plays a large part in the booklearning you acquire. From
this room flows the knowledge of every subject offered to the
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Mr. Foncannon insists that his
job is mainly that of errand boy.
Whether he really believes this or
not, we are inclined to disagree with
him. For out of his office in the last
two years have come several worthy
projects which have helped us to be-
! come more aware of the problems
in our "Practicing Democracy." They have made us take stock of ourselves
and our relation to the school and communityg they have shown us how we
can begin in our School activities to take on more responsibilities than we
ever believed ourselves capable of.
Besides the projects mentioned, Mr. Foncannon helps us with our
:hoice of a curriculum, so that we do not blindly take this or that, but have
1 purpose for our course. He has unraveled many a knotty problem of this
sort for us. To him also, we take many personal problems and have al-
vvays found him sympathetic. In fact, far from thinking of him as an errand
roy, we should rather regard him as chief worrier, since upon his should-
rs rests the responsibility of seeing that all of us are getting where we
fught to be getting. We believe that Mr. Foncannon and his department
verform an invaluable function in our school.
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ALL SUBJECTS TAUGHT IN HARBOR HIGH ARE LISTED UNDER
ELEVEN DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS.
The first, of course, is the English Department, as that is the most
important. Because of the fact that you, the student, use it every day of
your life, and if you do not speak the English Language fluently it is a had
mark against you and your school. The purpose of the English Depart-
ment is to help you to gather impressions and ideas to think about them,
and to adequately express them. Below are the people in Harbor High
who help you this. ,G
MRS. MISS MISS MISS MISS
KENDALL HARRINGTON FINLEY BERRYMAN EMERY
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3RIDGHAM SPRAGUB HANSEN MIDD GLASER
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