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FREDONIA CENTRAL SCHOOL BOARD
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Howard Holliday, Loren Webster, George Grant, Leslie Straight, Florence Anderson, Glenn Hunter, Douglas
Education in Athens was not compulsory from
a legal point of view, but public opinion insisted that
all male citizens should be educated. The only edu-
cational provision in our Athenian law was that any
son to whom an education had been denied did not
have to support his father in old age, as other sons
did. We Greeks have set a high value on education.
That is one reason we are so interested in touring
Fredonia Central High School.
We have just been introduced to the members
of the Board of Education. They are: Mr. Glenn
Hunter, a businessman, Mrs. Florence Anderson, a
housewife and part time bookkeeper, Mr. Leslie
Straight, a mink farmer, Mr. Howard Holliday, a
iewelerp Mr. Loren Webster, an accountant, Mr.
Douglas Gormley, a metallurgist, and Mr. George
Grant, a farmer. This group is representative of the
people in the surrounding area.
These capable board members, we are told,
work together with the principal and the superinten-
dent of schools to see that there are sufficient
building facilities, teaching personnel, and equip-
ment. We understand that, due to the recent
centralization, there will have to be a new school
built. This project will require great cooperation
among the board members, people of the school
district, and administration of the school. Judging
from what we have seen of these people and the
reports of their good work in the past, we believe
that they will do the job very competently. We
congratulate the Board of Education at Fredonia
Central High School on the fine work which they
have been doing to promote the education of the
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