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— ■- their 1926 publication. I feel that
this school year has been so outstanding in its accomplishments that only the most general and briefest summary could be made in a short article.
Tor the lirst time in the history ol the school attendance reached approximately three hundred students in regular day school courses. This taxed the capacity of practically every department of the school. The school plant is capable of handling effectively approximately this number if the registration is divided properly.
I consider one of the outstanding things of the present school year the spirit and enthusiasm of the student hotly. I his has been shown especially by large attendance and hearty cooperation in school activities. Along with this spirit has been the general feeling of pride that you arc students of the State School of Science. This spirit and enthusiasm has always been evident to some extent but this year it has been, more than ever, general and widely distributed through various departments.
There has also been a good deal of serious thought concerning the building of traditions for this institution. I his year I believe the students seriously realized that they were in a young and growing institution and that the tradition that they built up would be handed down for future generations. You have been seriously interested in seeing that practices which might become fixed traditions shall be of the nature that you will be proud to look back to in the future.
Next to interest and pride in the school on the part of students conies the interest in the institution from outside. The year just passed has seen this school recognized throughout the state; and throughout the North Central Region the combination of Junior College and ‘Trade School and the success with which it has been operating has received, notable recognition.
A school is judged, as a factory is judged, entirely by its products. J he success of this institution depends upon the success of its students. J his year’s students arc of a caliber which pron cy-m cxceJJfcUj m uta-t:on for themselves and for their school. L_
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