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Because of the Tremendous building program un-
dertaken this year, the iob of District Superintendent
was a very detailed one. At a total expense of seven
and one half million dollars, two completely new
schools, l32 classrooms and three gymnasiums were
The many personnel changes required by the
new schools were efficiently handled under Mr. Rin-
done's capable guidance. Two of Chula Vista's fac-
ulty members moved on to higher positions at Hill-
top High School. Mr. Robert Geyer became Boy's
Vice Principal and Mrs. Burns, Girl's Vice Principal.
Capable administration solved the many difficulties
of sudden growth.
SWEETWATER DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
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Besides handling the many construction problems, the school board surveyed sites for possible new schools and prepared plans for o district
Audio-Visual Program. Under the direction of Mr. Edgar O. Rogers, these fine community leaders realistically met the problems of large-scale
community growth. Pictured are, from left to right: Dr. E. Morris Hayes, John W. Gardner, Jr., Wilbur F. Bradley, Harold C. Foster, Edgar
O, Rogers, with Joseph Rindone, Jr., and Eunice Harris.
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Page 13 text:
Our personable principal won many
friends for our school by his P.T.A.
This school year will temporarily be remembered
as the year of a peak enrollment of 2,045 at Chula
Vista High School.
September, 1959, will see the opening ot Hill-
top Senior High with approximately 900 students.
Those of us remaining at Chula Vista High bid those
leaving farewell and look forward to the develop-
ment of a lasting bond ot spirited but friendly com-
petition with our former Spartans.
To the class of l959, we wish you every success
and happiness. To the Juniors and Sophomores -
carry on in the fine school spirit of the past whether
you remain at Chula Vista High or help establish
the traditions of the new Hilltop High School.
CHESTER S. DE VORE
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