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Page 16 text:
X I O
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D Would undirected labor be able to accomplish anything if left to
use its own initiative? Quite likely it would prosper very little if it
were left alone and not put under the guidance of some superior exec-
utive power. So it is with the school. Those who constitute the stu-
dent body could not possible manage the institution for their own
advantage without some upper guidance. The superior executive
power in this case is the faculty or teaching staff whose duty is primar-
ily to set before us our work in assignments, to explain, and to guide us
in our work until it is completed.
The faculty for this school year was one certainly worth remem-
bering. Its numbers represented several of the best colleges and uni-
versities. Asidelfrom their ability to teach well, their one best char-
acteristic was the method in which they taught. They did not attempt
to drive us to our lessons thus making us feel that they were there only
to see that we did the proper amount of studyingg but, instead, they
worked with us and made us enjoy school, at the same time accom-
plishing their various purposes as members of the faculty.
It has always been said that a well rounded out student will make
the best citizen. The above mentioned faculty also helped us to attain
this end. They were all very enthusiastic in backing up the outside
activities offered by the school such as athletics, debate, oratory, and
declamatory. With their experience they were able to aid us in making
Jefferson High School equal to all other institutions in these branches
of school life and at all times gave their hearty support to such activ-
ities that offered clean entertainment and enjoyable associations.
So for numerous reasons, we feel that we were under wonderfully
fine supervision during the past year and take this means of expressing
our appreciation to the 1920-21 faculty for their interest in our school
and their unlimited patience with us.
We hope that you will stay with us the coming year.
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Kiessliug, William L'Bil1"
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