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STUDENT GOVERNMENT As Student Body President I hope that we officers have helped Student Council become a little more efficient and thus a little closer to the student, his wants and needs. I hope that we have shown that 8th graders can be responsible as school leaders. Oliver Miller Student Body President 1967-68 Student Body Officers Oliver Miller President Gerald Eagans — Vice-President Debra Hall Secretary John Fermin Treasurer Eighth Grade Class Officers John Fairchild — President James Castello — Vice-President Seventh Grade Class Officers David Nakayama President Barbara Slaughter Vice-President
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Principal ' s Message What is a school? The unabridged dictionary lists some 29 different definitions of a school. What does the term, " school " , mean to you? What aspirations, what plans, what successes, what failures, what challenges has it produced in you? Our hope is that Willard is, has been, and will continue to be " a place for teaching and learn- ing " . Willard can mean just as much to you as you want it to mean. Our dedicated staff can do all within its power to teach you and to help you learn. But, in the final analysis, it is up to each student to work his hardest to learn all he can. To those Eighth Graders who will be leaving us for West Campus, we say " best wishes, work hard, and do all you can to make your next year a valuable learning experience " . To our Seventh Graders who will move to a new eminence as next year ' s Eighth Grader ' s, we say " good luck, and may you rise to the leadership responsibilities next year will offer " . Sincerely, Arthur V. Shearer
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DO YOU REMEMBER? Those wonderful assemblies. Granny dresses. Cold water in the showers. The winged spool thrower. Christmas Vacation. Firecrackers. The numerous ski injuries. The stupendous movies in English. Spring Day. Donkey basketball. Our winning sports events. SSO duty, Period 6, in the H building. The wonderful cafeteria benches. Trying to open your locker for the very first time. Easter Vacation. The crowded deans office. The grass fights on the fields. The water fights in the pool. The confetti. The sit in ' s. 4
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