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MR. K. V. AMMERMAN
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RIPPLE T04 lPJ?JPi? f Teeming hallways, jammed classrooms, an overflowing cafeteria — these will soon become mere memories at Ripple. In the not too distant future, work will be started on a new building which will complete the original square design of the school. When this expan- sion is finished our school will be prepared to accommodate the ever- increasing horde of students who seek the friendliness and excellence of everything that pertains to Broad Ripple. Yes, Ripple is growing, and it will continue to increase not only in size but also in demo- cratic spirit as long as every Ripplite holds in his heart the creed of our school, " Broader, Richer, Human Service. " J
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In the fall of 1923, just after Broad Ripple had become a part of the city school system, Mr. Karll Von Ammerman came from Manual to be principal of the newest city high school. That small school with an enrollment of ninety-two pupils was a far cry from the great institution he has made it to- day. As the size of the school has grown the achievements of the pupils have kept up the pace, until today Ripplites are taking the lead in school activi- ties of city and state. Much of this development is due to the philosophy of Mr. Ammerman, a philosophy of education that is far beyond his time. His dauntless belief in the human integrity and individual differences of students has resulted in an atmosphere of freedom and an informal spirit found in few high schools any- where. The relationship of one pupil to another and the teacher-pupil coop- eration at Ripple show the value of his policies. Mr. Ammerman, after almost twenty-four years as principal of Broad Ripple High School, is today as young in spirit as on that first day in the small school of long ago. The ever-open door of his office symbolizes the mot- to which he gave to our school and of which he is the perfect example. These words, " Broader, Richer, Human Service, " indeed depict the " grand old man " of Broad Ripple, K. V. Ammerman.
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