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Page 15 text:
Message T0 The Students
The school year just completed has significance to all of you, and
will long be remembered, I'm sure, by those of you who availed your.-
self of the opportunity to share in the operation 'of our school-program.
During the past year you have had experiences that come to very few
students in the course of their career in the elementary school. ' We '
moved into a new school plant. We had school buses fbr the first time.
A cafeteria was put into operation. -The school chorus gave many an op-
portunity to experience groupvocaltraining. ' Our sports program gave
those boys who were interested an outlet for their energy and more im-
portant, an opportunity to associate with students from other schools
and to 'show those qualities of good sportsmanship that are so important
in later life. Our student clubs and organizations-brought our qualities
of leadership in many, while the newspaper helped tell the story of' our '
school activities. The activity club did a fine job of sharingrin the re-
sponsibility of caring for the school plant and in keeping our school
cleaner than any I have seen. All of you who' participated in these ac-
tivities may feel very proud of the fine job you have done.
Probably the most important thing ypu developed from the past ex-
periences is a feeling of belonging to a group that are intensely proud of
their school. This feeling will grow and grow as-you continue to share
in the thought that thislis your school, and th-at you alone can determine
what type of a school it will be.
I am already looking-forward-to another year of building and im-
proving not only facilities, but students. The most gratifying reward
any of us can receive from our work with you, is to see those qualities
that make an outstanding citizen blossom forth from all of-you.
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MR. MARVIN MORGANTI MRS. EMILY HOUSTON
7th-Sth Grades lst Grade
MR. LEON ROVETTA MRS. FRANCES GERMAIN MISS SHIRLEE SALIN1
Sth-6th Grades 3rd Grade Kindergarten
xvuss MARIAN sTETsoN MRS- MARY BUCKLEY
Znd Grade 4th-5th Grades
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School opens. ' 248 students.
Rusher elected student body president.
Both teams beat Linden in touch
Tracy downs us in both touch foot-
ball games. h
Lightweights tie - Heavyweights lose '
to Montezuma. '
Both teams lose to Davis.
Continuous paper drive launched by
Rams' wallop Lincoln - both' games.
New school dedicated. Dr. Simpson
and Mr. Williams present.
Teachers' Association has buffetj
Parents' Club card party.
Basketball opener with Montezuma
A's win, but the B's lose.
Chorus serenades neighboring schools
with Christmas carols.
Potluck supper'- Christmas program.
Well attended. '
Christmas vacation beginsi
Last day of vacationl
Chartville trips A's, our B's murder
Tracy takes both games.
Escalon does likewise!
A's scrimmage at Franklin' High.
Chorus serenades Mr. Williams at
Teachers go to schoql.
Tracy does it again!
School cafeteria opens.
A's and B's both take Linden. '
Girl violinist performs in our first
school assembly programL I
Revenge is sweet. We win both games
from Montezuma. ' -
Ripon wins two. B's game very close!
Parents' Club card party.
Linden visits us and gets taken twice.
Manteca too much for us.
B's win from Jefferson.-
A's climax basketball season by
winning Linden Tournament. '
Montezuma brings assembly pro-
gram to us.
8th grade trip' to Sacramento.
Duo-magicians perform at school
Mr. Eddie, of the county office con-
ducts atomic safety drills.
Greenwood defeats both girls and
boys on the diamond.
Easter Vacation. '
Marimba player - assembly.
Track teams to Lindenl Alvin
Midgette ties for high points.
Montezuma takes us in baseball.
Parents 'pitch in to erect carnival
Shirley Langford Carnival Queen,
Wilma Bindi runner-up.
Collegeville loses to us in baseball.
School Carnival and Junior Olympics
Track Meet. Ripon wins three
divisions. Waverly A girls
triumph. ' '
Dr. Werner from C. O. P. to speak
We begin swimming at Oak Park.
, , JUNE .
Mike Palladinqelected Student Body
Last day of school. Swimming and
picnic at Oak Park. 276 -students in
Summer session opens. 167 students
from 10 school districts.
' I AUGUST -
Summer session ends.
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