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Page 17 text:
The principles of good c it 1 z e n s h ip and
sportsmanship are stressed at Two Rivers in
the classroom and on the football field and bas-
ketball floor The participants in athletic events
are encouraged to practice good sportsmanship
in victory and in defeat Student spectators at as
athletic events are expected to act as responsible 5
Each month at Two Rivers a Citizen of the
Month Award is given to a student who has dis-
played outstanding work in some area during the
month. Nominated by homerooms and selected
by a Citizenship Committee, the student displays
the qualities of good citizenship. The selection
of a Citizen of the Year culminates a year of
practicing good citizenship.
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The principles of representative govern-
ment are upheld at Two Rivers by the Student
Council. Comprised of representatives from
each homeroom, the Student Council studies
school-related problems and offers solutions.
Mrs. Rob McGee, sponsor, provides capable
leadership and helps in making decisions. Each
student at Two Rivers realizes that through
his homeroom representative he has a direct
voice in the administration of the school. He
knows that any suggestion he offers will be
considered. Anything from bent silverware to
senior privileges may come before the Council.
The Student Council encourages good citizen-
ship in the school by holding elections each
spring for the offices of student leadership.
The use of voting machines instills the re-
sponsibility of voting in each student.
Each year at Christmas the Student Council initiates
a school-wide project to aid underpriviledged children.
Later in the year an entertaining talent show is sponsored
by the Student Council. A handbook to help all students
orientate themselves to high school life was published in
1964 and proved to be an invaluable aid to many seventh
graders. The primary concern of the Student Council is
to promote those activities which will ma.ke Two Rivers a
better school. All of its efforts are directed toward this
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This group of men and women, shown above with Mr. LaFever and Mr. Harris, comprised
the committee which conducted the evaluation of Two Rivers in November.
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This letter announces the acceptance of Two Rivers High School as a member of the South-
ern Association of Colleges and School.
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