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North High Vikings
This IS TN H Hugh School ut stands hugh
atop the Aries Avenue hull between Thirty
sixth and "lurty eventh Streets overlooking
the North Omaha community in which its stu
dents live ne building contains an auditor:
um a cw 'rn rum with locker faculutues or
both bfys an.: asrls thirty eight classrooms
two laborator cs wo libraries two shops three
drawing ooms w ll as a mc lern cafeteria
Viewed from he air North thr e stormed
brick building looks like c. grant E Tne stu
dents and Cl ulty here will tell you that the
E repr s nts the ey ellence for which they
strive n the r academic work as well as nn their
ex ra curricular activities
North Omanans are proud of their school
Since ut opened its doors an September l924
It has played a s gn t cant part in their com
munity life Th North Omaha Kiwanis the
Commercial Club and the P T A can be
counted upcn for cooperatnon and support in
every North Hugh protect ln June l94-4
through their efforts North Highs grounds
were landscaped as a Irv: mg memorial to grad
uates of North who fell ID battle during World
War ll Each spring the lilac hedge as a thing
of beauty and an eloquent reminder
ln l947 North Omahans outfitted the 90
Vvodd Herald photograph by John Savage
piece marching band in uniforms of blue and
gold The band today performs for civic affairs
as well as school activities lt was awarded its
E for excellence In the fall for its outstand
:ng half time performances at football games
lts intricate illuminated formations IH dark
ened stadiums thrilled thousands of spec
The North P T A is the only one in the city
to sponsor a special meeting for parents of
freshmen students so that they can meet the
faculty and become acquainted with the North
curriculum and activities
Another E for excellence has been pinned
on the North Hugh Vikings In the athletic de
partment Twenty five per cent of the boys en
rolled at North played football this year North
Omahans take pride nn the fine physical con
clltvon and good sportsmanship of their hugh
scr ool students
he shelves of Norths mann library and
freshman library contain 9 OOO volumes Forty
different pernodlcals full the magazine racks
A five year file of the magazines IS kept for
reference work The circulation of the library
totals 67 OOO books a year averaging -4O per
pupil The library spends about Sl OOO a year
fd b wks and magazines
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