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MR. BENJAMIN T. NORRIS
Washington-Lee High School, the largest in
the county, couldn't shine without the leader-
ship of its four man administration. Mr. Jerry
Gerich., principalg Mr. Benjamin Norris, asso-
ciate principalg Mr, Raymond Reed and Mr.
Alexander Anderson, assistant principals, see
that the school is always functioning properly.
M1'. Norris is in charge of the welfare of the
students. Among his duties are the assignment
of teachers, school bus transportation, and the
master schedule. It was through Mr. Norris's
office that the new homeroom system was
The physical aspect of the school life is
supervised by Mr. Reed, who is in charge of
the building and grounds, and the management
and services. He also directs the central attend-
Mr, Anderson is concerned with instruction
and works with each department chairman to
supervise every subject in the school. In addi-
tion to the classroom instruction, he works with
the activity program and the Virginia League
MR. RAYMOND R. REED
MR. ALEXANDER H.
Assistant Principal 5
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Mr. T. Edward Rutter is the Arlington
County Superintendent of Schools. He
is appointed by the School Board and
works closely with them, It is Mr.
Rutter's job to put the policy deter-
mined on by the School Board into
practice. He works with the principals
and administrative assistants 'in the
county elementary, junior high and high
schools. He is the link between the
School Board and the schools.
Mr. Butter is assisted in his job by an
associate superintendent and two assist-
Dr. C. Glen Haas is the associate
superintendent and Director of Instruc-
tion. He Works with the supervisors of
instruction in each school.
Buildings and grounds, supplies,
pupil transportation and school lunch
programs are included in the work of
Dr. Edward Braun. Dr. Braun is the
assistant superintendent for finance and
The assistant superintendent in charge
of personnel is Mr. Charles J. Walsh.
He is responsible for securing teachers
and other personnel.
DR. C. GLENN HAAS DR. EDWARD .l. BRAUN
Associate Superintendent Assistant Superintendent
of Schools of Schools
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TO 'HIE CLASS UF 1956:
l appreciate this opportunity to salute the
senior class of 1956 by recording a few words
of recognition ahout you in your Blue and
Gray as a part of the permanent record of
the class. During your three years here your
class has contributed in every area of the
school's program. l congratulate you for your
many achievements. Your three year record
identifies top ratings. firsts, and champion-
ships in every Held of activity and competi-
tion, You have really helped Wiashington-Lee
As the years go hy this yearbook will serve
as a window through which you may look
hack at your husy, productive, and unfor-
gettahle high school days. You will recall
the part you played in making MW'-L Shinew.
lt will make you proud-and somehow sad.
We, also. need to look to the future because
our country needs strong citizens and effective
leaders. You represent our greatest product
and hope heeause "what you become,
America will hef' l have every confidence
that you will take advantage of the oppor-
tunities available in our way of living and
make the best use of your chances for
development and leadership.
It is my sincere hope that you will enjoy
happiness and success as you pursue your life
.lerry .l. Gerich
MR. JERRY .l. GERICH
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