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J. A. Agcr C. C. Dickinson, M. D.
E. H. Kaupp
0. H. Reichmun A. R. Kindig
Page 13 text:
Wie, the Seniors of 1938, have chose11 Youth
and Progress for our central theme and dedi-
I cate this issue of the WHITE AND GOLD to
J. A. Ager, President of the Board of Trustees
of the Siskiyou Union High School District.
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This year the seniors of the Siskiyou Union High School District gratefully
and respectfully dedicate the 1938 issue of the WHITE AND GOLD to J. A. Ager,
President of the Board of Trustees, who for twenty-five years has served the youth
of Siskiyou on the Board of Trustees of tl1e Siskiyou Union High School District.
During Mr. Ager's twenty-five years in the service of youth as a member of the
Board, he has seen the number of schools in the District grow from one to nine
and the number of students grow from one hundred to fourteen hundred, and his
hand and mind along with the hands and minds of those splendid men who served
our schools and are serving our schools as Trustees, created and maintained the
fine system of schools in this District which we now enjoy.
This year the seniors selected Youth and Progress as the central theme of the
1938 WHITE AND GOLD. We are ever mindful that the creative men who serve us
as Trustees and give so much of their time and energy to youth and progress in
our schools are themselves true symbols of youth and progress.
When the Pilgrims came to America one of their first acts was to establish a
school for their children. And when the early pioneer settlers came to Siskiyou
County they early established schools for the benefit of their children and their
childrenis children. We are grateful to those early Pioneers of Education, and
we are deeply grateful also to the men who make up the present progressive Board
of Trustees of the Siskiyou Union High School District, whose consciousness of
the faithful and unselfish discharge of their civic duty can be their only reward,
and through whose efforts we are enjoying the benefits of one of the finest educa-
tional systems in the State.
The first event in the history of the Siskiyou Union High School District was
the formation of the Siskiyou County High School at Yreka in 1893. The Siskiyou
Union High School took in almost all the territory in Siskiyou County but for
about twenty years the High School at Yreka remained the only one in the Dis-
trict. Then, due to an increasing need for high schools and the foresight of those
who served the District as Trustees, provisions were made for the establishment
of five additional high schools within the District, which were situated at Dorris,
Fort Jones, Vlfeed, Mount Shasta, and McCloud. Subsequently three additional
high schools in all within a single district with a unified plan of administration
and one administrative head. The District, as above stated, is made up of nine
high schools with a teaching staff of sixty-eight teachers and an enrollment of
more than fourteen hundred students. The Siskiyou Union High School District
is said to be the largest school district in land area in California. The seniors of
the Class of 1938 are truly grateful and appreciative for the fine group of men
who make up our progressive High School Board, and for the excellent system
of high schools provided for us.
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