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DR. CARTER, CeHS principal since its
beginning four years ago, has won
community praise as progressive leader.
No problem regarding educational growth
is too large or worrisome but that Central High
School's leaders find a satisfactory solution.
That is not to say the problems are routine,
run-of-the-mill perplexities-far from it!
Central, plagued with too little space for too
many students has had no rest from problems.
But the smooth operation of classes, high
rating of its students, and the warm feeling
of pride shown by the community attest to the
skill of those responsible for our recognition.
Led by able Principal James S. Carter, the
CeHS administration can point to remarkable
progress. Happy that the new building pro-
gram will eventually solve many headaches in
scheduling and programming, Dr. Carter and
his staff should be doubly proud of their ac-
complishments since that opening day in Sep-
tember, i957 here at Central High School.
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BOARD OF EDUCATION members
ltopl: Frank Haze Burch, president,
Mrs. F. A. Bons, member, John H.
Armer, member, Cbelowl Dr. Trevor G.
Browne, member, the Rev. William D.
Bostrom, member, Elmo G. Gerber,
member who resigned this year upon
leaving the Phoenix Union District.
They're For Community Growth
BUSY SESSION of the Board is typical. Shown hard at Armer, Mrs. Bons, Mr. Burch, Rev. Bostrom, Dr. Browne,
work on a current problem are, from left, Mr. Golden, Dr. Albee, assistant superintendent for educational serv-
personnel manager, Mr. Mitchell, business manager, Mr. ices and acting head this year, and Mrs. Hanna, secretary.
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Talk of a world explosion of population was
more than hearsay at 4525 North Central!
When more than lOOO additional students
stormed Central High's gates for entrance,
Central High's Mr. Gates wanted to hide in
a closet, but he didn't. He came out smiling
and assured one and all, "We'll find a place
for you at Central." Double sessions, triple
sessions . . . what's so bad it you keep smiling!
JUST TELL US about your problems, urge William Ball,
boys adviser, Lucile L. Risley, dean of girls, and M.
Here They C ome'
WILLIAM M. GATES, assistant princi-
pal, met the "population explosion"
with calm judgment and efficient
action. But his problems still growl
That he did, with the help of Dr. Carter,
other administrators, and good natured teach-
ers who were willing to share the unusual
burden. Central High is not alone in the over-
crowded category, but few schools with simi-
lar problems have handled the situation more
smoothly. Citizenship rating at CeHS has risen
steadily since that l957 opening, thanks to the
quality of Central's students and teachers.
Wayne Pitts, assistant principal for student activities.
Students do bring problems, lots of 'eml
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