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Page 14 text:
One's concern . . .
. . . one's conflclence
CI remember people
involved in school life,
'There are two thousand who
make up the life of Edsel Ford'
drninistrators and teachers...
one hundred weave in and out of school life
as though ornnipresence is their job.
Studentsmnineteen hundred scurry
through the halls of Edsel Fordg
their traits-wants, habits, and prejudices-
explain why people act the way they do.
From a student's actions,
Icon learn those things never touched upon
by the administrator or teacher.
OA Isee a student drop cz lunch tray, and,
through this small action and following reactions,
I learn more about mankind than is told in ten books.
Mr. Albert May, assistant principal
l Mr. Anthony J. Lawski, principal
Each searches for true education...
Page 13 text:
out in my mind,
'Each activity has a particular
significance to every student'
t is difficult to define
the value of things-
the stage plays and winter concerts,
wrestling matches and intramurals,
Christmas carols and Christmas dances.
There are social institutions and literary styles,
scientific experiments and sociological studies,
and much more like themg
these, too, are the things ofschool,
with their own sets of meanings and values.
Suddenly it strikes me- i
even facts and statistics concern human beingsg
none of these things are unrelated to people.
My interdependence . .
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L :,,f'f Mr. J. Ross Slabaugh, assistant principal
...showing interest ln students.
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