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SUPERINTENDENT S MESSAGE
We are at the trreshold of lOS1Hg +he freedoms whlch we
enjoy unless WE L.AQN TO LIVE TOGETHER THAT challenge must
be met Peoples of varlous natlons must T8COgHlZS and accept
the rlbhts and prlvlleges of other peoples
The posslblllty of the unlverse helng destroyed by atomic
energy 15 a reallty that no other generatlon has ever faced
To preserve the c1v1l1zat1on o whlch we are a part lS a chal
len e gr ater than any other we are no longer secure from
outslde forces because of natural boundarles llke the PaC1f1C
and Atlantlc Oceans Dlstance lS mE3HlUblGSS, natlons are
not separated 1D terms of mlles but 1U terms of mlnutes and
To learn the prlnclples of mathematlcs, to learn the
equatlons of chemlstry, to read, to wrlte, and to speak cor
rectly are all lmportant, but to learn TO LIVE TOGETHER not
only 15 lmportant but 15 a MUST
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