Cleveland High School - Aquila Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

 - Class of 1958

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Page 8 text:

MR. GARRISON Goodbye- Class of 1958. Our best wishes for a long and useful and inter- esting life go with you. We, the Cleveland faculty, have had as our purpose during the past four years the provision of daily experiencs which will help each one of you: To add to his knowledge and to become interested in continued learning: to improve his learning skills: To understand the responsibilities of citizenship today, locally, nationally. and world-wide: and to have a desire and ability to assume these respon- sibilities with increasing confidence and skill. To develop skill in thinking and a habit of inquiry which seeks to base his conclusions on fact and available data and to test his thinking con- tinually against valid evidence: To understand better himself, his interests, attitudes, values, and natural talents: to respect and appreciate the interests, attitudes, values and natural talents of others: to make a plan based on this understanding for his vocational future: to give him some background training necessary to this vocational future: To develop effective work habits, habits of concentration, of punctuality, of sticking at the job till it is done to the best of his ability, habits of good health, attitudes of cooperation and teamwork with fellow workers: To develop skill in working with others, leadership and membership skills in group activities: To develop desirable recreational interests and skills: To build and strengthe-n moral values and personality traits which will be helpful to each in his life ahead. Each of you has made progress in varying degrees toward these goals. The opportunity for continued progress is yours, wherever you may go or whatever you may do in the future. However, you will carry on with new groups of people, new friends, new teachers, and new fellow workers. Most of you will never get together again in the same building with the teachers and students you have known at Cleveland. An annual such as this is, there- fore, good to have. May it help you recall and enjoy the 1957-58 school year at Cleveland. HARRY GARHISON



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MR. IMUS Progress is a schoo1's greatest product. Helping boys and girls grow into manhood and womanhood capable and strong, mentally, physically and morally, not only is the role of education but is also one of the most rewarding of all human relations. Let us not be dismayed by the delinquents who make the headlines, but rather keep in mind the 97 per cent national average who make a satisfactory adjustment to life and become the leaders and successful citizens in our American way of life. Cleveland High has every reason to be proud of the achievements of her young people in 1958, part of which has been recorded in the pages of this book. However, there are other great achievements and victories in the class- room and in the arena of the heart which will never be recorded. The past is now history. Let us approach the new age, like the dawn of a new day, with steadfastness of purpose and faith in ourselves to rise to greater heights. A good Eagle may be seen at sunset still seeking the lofty heights of the mountains for there is his greatest security. RAY K. IMUS

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