Muncy High School - Canusarago Yearbook (Muncy, PA)

 - Class of 1932

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F - vagal:-g ::' , CANUSARAGO rg, -'q.-was-,R it was necessary to secure extra teachers. These normal school students attended classes with the regular high school students. The commencement exercises were held at the end of each spring term which usually was in the middle of June. Diplomas were first granted in 1881 and have continued in being awarded to the present time. As the enrollment of the school increased, new teachers were added to the faculty, new courses introduced, and other classrooms secured to relieve the over- crowded condition. The one building satisfactorily housed the youth of the district until the principalship of Mr. Harris A. Sports. The need of more classroom space was realized, but it was not until 1915, while Mr. S. B. Dunlap was supervisor, that the Educational Building on Main Street was rented. The Home Economics depart- ment, the Commercial department, and the library were transferred to the newly acquired building. The enrollment steadily grew larger and in 1930 the stage and auditorium were partitioned off into classrooms. Under the administration of Lester K. Ade, in 1922 to 1926, the high school was changed to a six-year high school. It had previously been run on a four-year basis. In the new plan the seventh, eighth, and ninth grades were considered as the Junior high school while the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades were included in the Senior high school. This plan is still in practice. In 1931 the townspeople, faculty, and student body came to the realization of the fact that nothing could make the old building suffice another year. The plans and subsequent construction of the new educational center were the results of this. So, June third will be the Slst and last commencement to be held in the old High School building. As we, the students, file out for the last time, leaving the once overcrowded structure with its empty halls, well worn steps, and the marks of romance on its dusty wallsg and as your history and use, old high, draws to an end, we, with reverence and a farewell, salute you. Q 'f'-.2 '2-':-'-"':::f"::-"3-'2:F-'v:-":::a""-::':22:2"fu22:'-:-.-'9H::f:"-:2'-"'-::'5"-::"'::2F'-:-'-1"-'-::"'i3 181

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