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SEATED: Vice Principal Gerald Litel, Stanley Brooks, Ieanette Mitchell, Dean Conley, Laura Lee Thompson, Dick Veenstra, Principal
Iohnston E. Walker: STANDING: Charles George, Carol Rice, Pat Farr, Pat Derho, Beverly Brill, Peggy Nielsen, Dolores Allen, Joe
Alcala, lim Norman. ,
The petty-officers of the Chino High School ship are the Student Senate memf
bers. During the school year 1949-50 the students of Chino High voted to inaugur-
ate and support a plan for more student participation in school government. This
was the basis for the Student Senate.
This year is the first complete year that the Student Senate has functioned.
Participating on this board are five seniors: Stanley Brooks, Dick Veenstra, Laura
Lee Thompson, Ieanette Mitchell and Richard Stevens, four juniors, Beverly Brill,
lim Norman, Peggy Nielsen, and Pat Derhop three sophomores, Dolores Allen, Pat
Farr and Charles George, two freshmen, loe Alcala and Carol Bice.
Senate president is Stanley Brooks. Other officers include Dick Veenstra, vice-
president, Laura Lee Thompson, secretary, and lim Norman, sergeant-at-arms.
The Student Senate has done much this year to improve m a n y things concer-
ning the students. They have conducted successful c a m p u s clean-up campaigns.
They have gone to bat for the students in every Way possible. The Senate was
directly responsible for getting permission to hold all school dances in the high school
The students on the Senate are in no Way police-officers. That is not their pur-
pose. The organization Was established with the aim of serving all students as a
headquarters for expressing themselves on school policies and procedures.”