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People seemed kinder to one another. The struc-
ture and rigidity between the classes seemed to have
been less prevalent this year. Seniors talked and
played with members of other classes as equals: all
of the classes seemed to mix well, almost to the point
of complete assimilation of grade levels. The adjust-
ment to a new Headmaster was in no way unnatural.
In the beginning lVlr. Ragle and students clashed alit-
tle, but as we grew to know him and he to know us
things began to operate as they should. Athletics,
while not dominating the school, played a part in
most everyones life. On the freshman level there was
not that much talent to brag about, but the attitude
that the kids had. made up for any deficiency any-
lf by now, the reader has not gotten the idea that
this year was a good one, he has not read very much.
The key words were friendship and commitment.
The faculty were a special breed of people this year.
Mixing all the old faithfuls with a bit of new blood
caused a balance that was not only inspirational in
the classroom but responsible for the brewing of
dedication in the students. A school will always oper-
ate better when everyone concerned does more than
asked of him. The faculty and the students this year
have made a combination that was unbeatable: two
dedicated forces working toward a better school and
community. A promiment faculty member once
said, "A school is more than a business, it is a shared
One might still ask, what has this year been?The
answer for most of us lies within, but for the most
part it has been a year filled with commitment and a
year where more personal relationships have blos-
somed, rather than died. This author hopes that the
school years to come can be as meaningful to the
individual as this one. It is through the individuals
satisfaction that the satisfaction of the group is
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