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Page 17 text:
The Rocky Mount City School System is
greatly enriched by the leadership of Mr. D. S.
Johnson. As superintendent, Mr. Johnson posses-
ses the qualities of a devoted administrator who
has his Work very much at heart. Rocky Mount has
a fine reputation among the schools ol' the state
and nation as a result of his efforts as well as
those of his administrative stall and the school
board. A real friend of young people, Mr.
Johnson has devoted his whole life to them.
Mr. Hoy Cobb now serves in the double ca-
pacity of assistant principal at Senior High and
coordinator of the audio visual center for the
school system. As assistant to Mr. Edson, Mr.
Cobb aids in such administrative duties as: guid-
ance, discipline, attendance, and routine reports.
Providing a central hlm library and visual aid
program are his two main responsibilities as
Mr. Hoy Jefferson Cobb, Jr., Assistant Principal
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Mr. D. S. johnson, Szrperirztcmlcrzt
Preparation, training, and experience are the
traits which qualify Dr. Fields to render outstand-
ing service in the field of school administration.
Hisiduties include heading the curriculum and
supervision program. coordinating the National
Defense lor Education Act, directing personnel.
and substituting lor Mr. Johnson in his absence.
Dr, XV. O. Fields, -Ir., f1SSf5l'IllIl' S1zpcri11tc11tI1'11t
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Mr. C. M. Edson, Prilzripal
Dear Student Body,
I am happy to take this opportunity to congratulate the student body
on a most successful and spectacular school year. Our achievements, both in
the classroom and on the playing field, have been unparalleled in the
history of public education in our state. The morale of the student body
and the evidence of school spirit has reached an all-time high. We are
exceedingly proud of our students, our school, and our accomplishments.
Congratulations to the Class of 1964. We can point with pride to their
many contributions to the life and progress of our school program. We wish
for your continued success in the future.
The 1964 HI-NOC-AR has vividly portrayed the outstanding activities for
the past year. This volume will serve to recall many fond memories of
Rocky Mount Senior High School. The HI-NOC-AR staff is to be commended for
reviewing the year's highlights so clearly and faithfully.
C. M. Edson
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The Superintendent's oilicc staff are: Mrs. Yvonne P. Edwards,
Mrs. Phylis M. iVeldon, Gwen sloyner, .Io Ann Hill, Mrs. Linda
Ai-uisiroiig, and Mrs. Frances Speighl, seated.
The chief aim of the Rocky Mount Board
olf Education is to provide the highest type
of academic program under the leadership
ol' the most qualified instructors in the most
attractive and comfortable surroundings pos-
sible. To that end the members give of their
time and energy in countless hours of dis-
cussion belore decisions relating to any given
situation are made.
The Superintendent's office is the nerve
center of the entire Rocky Mount City
School System. Here the challenges relating
to the welfare of 7,400 students and 322
teachers are met. The loyal and ellicient ser-
vice of these ladies is another reason for justi-
hed pride in our school program.
The School Board members are: standing, Mr. Page Keel, Mr.
Don XVilhalf, Dr. WV. O. Fields, Dr. Harry Fish, Mr. julian
Fenner, Mr. Vililliarn O. Wfarner, Mr. Alex Biggs, Mr. Joe Nelson,
and Mr. E. YV. Pegranig seated, Mr. D. S. johnson, Mrs. W. P.
Greathouse, Mr. Guy Barnes, and Mrs. Edmund Gravely.
Mr. E. XV. Pegram, Jr., Azlnziriistraiizfc Assistant
Mr. Pegram, as Administrative Assistant,
constantly provides for the smooth operation
of the physical aspects of our school life. In
this capacity, he supervises the maintenance
ol' the buildings and grounds, proper opera-
tion of the cafeterias, and the janitorial
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