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Relentless lecturing . . . maker of impossible tests . . . mountains of homework . . . hard-hearted villain — lord high executioner . . . detailed finals . . . book reports . . . themes, essays, descriptions . . . “this isn’t my only subject, you know” . . . “you ' ll pass, just keep trying” . . . . . . lessons to plan . .. tests to make . . . ades to make out . .. meetings to attend . . . stacks of papers to cor¬ rect . . . patience and endurance . .. extracurricular functions to sponsor . . . the value of education to teach . . . learning how not to be a “square” . . . remembering you were once in high school too ... a job to do ... a generation to build. F a c u 1 t y 31
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PLANNING THE FUTURE of the Rock Island schcK)! system are the members of the Rock Island Board of Education. Board members are. Sitting: Mrs. Carol Kimmel; Earl H. Hanson, superintendent of EARL H. HANSON Superintendent of Rock Island Public Schools schools; William Bell, president; Junius P. Califf; Maxwell G. Larson. Standing: Virgil Helms, assistant superintendent of schools; and Ted Arnold. Board of Education The students of Rock Island High School although often unaware of services which the Board of Education performs for them, are nevertheless grateful for the consistently fine job done each year. Duties of the Board include the hiring of faculty, the organization of policy concerning the school system, organization of curriculum, provision of funds for various progressive educational functions, and the matter of making decisions concerning the welfare of the school system. The Board is currently discussing a future addition to the high school which would add several classrooms and other needed facilities to the school. The proposed additions would cost less than the over two million dollar addition in 1958, and if acted on immediately, could be ready for use by 1%5. President of the Board is William Bell, who replaces the retiring Junius P. Califf. The head of the Rock Island Public Schools Administration is Earl H. Hanson. 32 ADMINISTRATION
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