Fremont High School - Pathfinder Yearbook (Sunnyvale, CA)

 - Class of 1940

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Fx FALL Sfancling leff fo righl: Ann Bernal. Marqaref Meyerlsolz, Manuel Flores. Seafed lefi fo righi: George Kosniyarna. Tony Sanfaella, Fenlon Hill, Sam Baqar, June Runnels, Joaquin l-lerrero, Nancy Balfaglia. SPRING Sfanding leff fo right Manuel Flores, Bernice Tucker, Don Thompson, Eleanor Davis, Joaquin Herrero. Sealed leff fo righf: Nancy Baffaglia, Tony Giraldes, Mercy Sanchez, Fen+on Hill, Pauline Brown, Anfone Dufre, Eugene Pierre. Connie Olavarri. .4 f a

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Sqdfenaofrqwaab. ln order To encourage well balanced progress in physical, menTal and social growTh. FremonT has inauguraTed The Tollowing sysfem oT awards: AT The end of The Third quarTer oT each school year, awards are made To recognize ouTsTanding 'achievemenT in CVTIZENSHIP, SCHOLARSHIP, and PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT. In order To receive an award in any one oT These Three Tields, The sTudenT musT rank aT leasT average in The oTher Two Tields. To receive The highesT award he musT be ouTsTanding in all Three Tields. A sTudenT can receive The same award only once. IT Tor insTance, he receives an award for scholar- ship, he cannoT receive ThaT same award again. He should Then sTrive To improve his sTanding in ciTizenship and physical developmenT, aT The same Time mainTaining his high raTing in scholarship, so as To qualify Tor The highesT award. The award Tor scholarship is a gold pin, in The Torm of a lighTed Torch, bearing The leTTer F. To receive This award a sTudenT musT be Toward The Top oT The lisT in marlrs received Tor classroom worlc. He musT also be reasonably well developed physically and he musT be a good ciTizen oT The school . The award Tor cifizenship is an old English, chenille. F. This award is based, TirsT upon The sTudenT's abiliTy To geT along wiTh his Teachers and sTudenT body oTTicers. In addiTion To ThaT upon his willing- ness To make personal sacriTices Tor The good oT The school and The manner in which he Talres and discharges responsible jobs. Also his good sporTsmanship, as evidenced by The manner in which he wins or loses in a conTesT. OT course, his sTanding in scholarship and phyical developmenT musT be average. STudenTs are recommended Tor The ciTizenship award by sTudenT body oTTicers and members oT The TaculTy. The award Tor physical developmenT is a chenille, bloclc F. To receive This award The sTudenT musT be ouTsTanding in The manner in which he has developed his body. The way he sTands or siTs. his posTure in oTher words, is considered. His physical endurance, as shown in compeTiTive sporTs is imporTanT. His general good healTh and his habiTs oT personal cleanliness and neaTness in dress are considered. Finally, he Too musT have a reasonably good raTing in bafh scholarship and ciTizenship. The highesT award is a gold enameled pin. wifh a small guard denoTing The year in which The award was made. This award should be regarded as The highesT complimenT which The school can pay one oT iTs sTudenTs. Those Tew sTudenTs who sTand aT The Top of The enTire sTudenT body in all around achievemenT are eligible Tor This award. In oTher words. Those who have The highesT scholasTic raTings, who are The besT ciTizens and The mosT ouTsTanding in Their physical developmenT, are candi- daTes Tor This recogniTion. 1 M l



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