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Hantiltonps illlctiv ities
AYS are drifting into years and we,
the school children of today, are
rapidly developing into the young
men and women of tomorrow. We have
probably not realized the rapid develop-
ment in our education during the preced-
Hamilton has offered usa great many
things which, perhaps, we have not real-
ized. Among the most beneficial subjects
to every student are the languages, Eng-
lish and Spanish. English is required and
is taken during the seventh, eighth and
ninth grades, while Spanish is an elective
and may be taken only by ninth grade
Proper English is essential in everyday
life: and Spanish, although a foreign lang-
uage, is spoken extensively throughout Cal-
ifornia and is therefore beneficial to al-
most every student. Both English and Span-
ish languages play a prominent part in
other nations. If a person can speak English
and Spanish, he may converse with the
people of two-thirds the territory of the
Mathematics has played a prominent
part in our developement. This includes
Algebra, Arithmetic, and Business Math-
ematics. It has developed our minds to be
alert, keen and clear.
Social Science and' Citizenship have
helped the students in a great many ways.
It has taught loyalty, patriotism, honesty,
and the other qualities which go to make
the proper kind of man or woman.
Music and art have developed talent
which would have otherwise been lost. It
has tended to create a respect for beauty,
art and music. Different clubs have been
organized through these two subjects, and
it has given a great many talented boys and
girls a chance to display their ability. This
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is what the schools have tried to do, and
Hamilton has certainly succeeded.
General Science is in a class of its own.
It possesses many beneficial things of which
we should have taken advantage. It teaches
us the fundamentals of our surroundings
and of the wonderful things of which our
world is composed.
i The shops have bee J installed in the pub-
lic schools only a few years. Hamilton is one
Of the few schools possessing a variety.
Every opportunity has 'been offered us
through the shops. They have tended to
direct a great many boys towards their life
work. This is the greatest aim of a school,
and a great portion of such decisions have
been made through the shops. They have
the most modern equipment and therefore
have afforded the students the best of
knowledge and experience.
Home Arts have afforded the girls op-
portunities. They have been taught in the
best manner possible the many arts in caring
for the home. '
Physical Education is very beneficial
to the boy or girl. It has ,tended
to develope his health. His strength in
body has been improved. It has also
taught us qualities which are as necessary
to a boy or girl as English, Spanish,
Algebra or any other subject. That is the
moral Side of our physical ability. It has
taught us to be clean in speech and to be
sportsmanlike. It has taught us to co-oper-
ate with one another.
All these qualities found in the different
subjects compose the real upright, loyal,
patriotic, honest. home loving American
citizen. They have developed our mental,
moral and physical ability to the utmost, so
now We must make use of this ability and
of these rich qualities which we should
treasure so dearly. We, the students of
Hamilton, should appreciate these many
wonderful opportunities of which, few
schools can boast.
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