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PLANS FOR TOMORROW interest Principal James S. High School is scheduled to have several new classrooms
Carter and William Gates, assistant principal. Central and other badly needed facilities within the next two years.
D To the casual visitor, Central High School has always
been a smooth-running, efficient plant where thousands of
Q I students studied, went to and from classes, lunch, assembly
'S programs and athletic events. There was never any crowding,
rush, or confusion. But to Principal James S. Carter and
William Gates, assistant principal, it was a headache that no aspirin or tranquilizer pills
would cure. How do you accommodate 2200 students in a plant built for l500? Triple
sessions, lO o'clock lunches, two or more teachers to one room . . . that's how! But the
future glows brightg more classrooms are to be built and triple sessions will be history.
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They Aim High
Thinking big is a requisite, these days, to
serving on the Board of Education. So huge
are the problems in an expanding school dis-
trict such as ours that today's actualities make
yesterday's "unrealistic" predictions seem in-
deed tame. Tomorrow's problems are now here!
Plans for a long-term expansion program
calling for multi-million dollar bond issues
have given the board more than their share
of worries. But their experience, foresight,
and wisdom give assurance that Phoenix Union
High Schools will maintain their place near
the top in America's great educational fields.
Often expressed is the board's hope that
public interest in the schools will grow, along
with the problems of expansion. Only when
the citizens of the community take active part
can the schools do their best for all concerned.
Supt. Bruce K. Moore
BOARD OF EDUCATION members include ttopl Dr. ibottom, from Ieftl the Rev. William Bostrom, Elmo G
Trevor G. Browne, Frank Haze Burch, Mrs. F. A. Bonsj Gerber, and Dr. Charles Purtymun, Jr., l954 -59
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