Hillsdale High School - Echo Yearbook (Jeromesville, OH)

 - Class of 1966

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Hillsdale High School - Echo Yearbook (Jeromesville, OH) online yearbook collection, 1966 Edition, Page 120 of 172
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lffairs of the School Mr. Ben Shaver, Executive Head of the Hillsdale School District, received his B,A, from Muskingum Col- lege and his Master's Degree in Education from Ohio University. He also attended a School Management In- stitute in 1963. To me Hillsdale High School is synomonous with opportunity. Here the community has provided for the educational opportunity of its future citizens. The Hillsdale student has the opportunity to par- ticipate in activities that will help him take his place as a useful citizen in our democratic society. He has the opportunity to become knowledgeable of the truth that obedience to and respect for the law is the basis of individual liberty. Students have the opportunity to prepare themselves in the basic tool subjects as they look to employment or to further study. Hillsdale pupils find opportunity to explore their interests and possible abilities by en- rolling in a wide variety of courses and participating in a number of extra curricular activities. The faculty at Hillsdale offers many opportunities to students not shown in a course listing or contained in a course of study. Many opportunities exist for pupils to learn to serve their fellow man, gain pride in worthwhile ac- complishments and experience success. Yes--Hillsdale is snyomonous with opportunity-- opportunity to hold to what is good from the past, op- portunity to use what is good from the present and opportunity to look to what can be good in the future. 114 lv.--X, ' , Z , .I if " 4 Qfga f' ' ff' 6 . A well known advertising slogan stipulates that, "At.-l-progress is our most important prod- uct." Another states that fflnnovation is our greatest asset." Here at Hillsdale our purposes and our ob- jectives can be stated in one word, "Future," "Our destiny is in the hands of our nation's youth" and f'The future belongs to the fit" are two oft quoted cliches. Certainly there is truth to these statements. Robert J. Havighurst, noted authority on child behavior and learning, stated it best when he said, 'fThe pur- pose of a nation depends primarily on the way its chil- dren are brought up a generation earlier. The way to improve the nation for tomorrow is to improve the lives of its children today." All of these cliches, slogans and quotations are but the attempts of many different people to state the importance of planning for the future. We must develop the skills, the motivations and the attitudes which wil insure a bright future for us all. Our only hope for the future rests in how well we are able to instill these beliefs into our youth. The aim of all here at Hillsdale is to prepare every student for a life of service to mankind and a personal reward of self satisfaction. t 'gT"' ..--1'--XA -ue...--l - r K, I- -V-. . .. -- 'S I . I' 'M' - gr ll, Ji . .. ' .1 , '-.. f.-' Q., .',4r'i,.-W' 0 " A U I X Assuming the duties of principal was Mr. Gene Yeater. He attended Ashland College and then received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Education from Kent State University. He then attended a summer session at Bowling Green State University and finally, received his master's Degree in Education from Kent. ll



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PER ONNEL I I 4:-, f I R L, 'uni' I I I!-MH' i 51? i ' 'flat I , 1 X A, , 1' , I , , Victor Kahl, as well as all the other bus drivers, was willing to do his job and then some. Operating our school takes more tha.n students and lculty. Of course, these people are necessary, but, ere are many, many people behind the scenes who are ver recognized. To these, the next section of our year- ok has been devoted. This is one way in which their esence is made known. Their tasks are infinite, their jobs never done. These rds are so true of the cooks preparing our meals as 11 as their supervision of various banquets held at -l1sdale. Our secretaries manage the offices as well do a thousand thankless jobs readily and willingly. The nitors earn an extra round of applause for keeping the ilding in a.n orderly manner and for their assistance in time of need. Where would we be without the wonder- ful co-operation of our bus drivers who try their best to get us toiand from school quickly and safely? They also must be commended for their cheerfulness when asked to make extra trips throughout the year. Last, but certainly not least, we wish to recognize those students who helped in the cafeteria and office. There were also students in charge of recording students' attendance and those arranging the showcases and bul- letin boards. So, you see, personnel is important! In fact, our school could not function properly without them.

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