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Page 10 text:
June 18, 1971
Fourteen school years have come and gone since De Anza first opened its
doors. During this period I have several times been given the privilege of
preparing a statement to students for use in our yearbook. Ifind it increas-
ingly difficult therefore to emphasize those values which I consider to be
worthy of pupil acquisition without repeating thoughts which l have offered to
De Anza pupils in other years.
As your friend and principal I always hope that I can say something that
will in some way be beneficial to you not only now but long after you have
left the De Anza campus. The qualities which are good and which are likely
to be of most value to you who possess them tend to remain the same. I will
again point to these.
If you establish early in life a system of priorities in which you identify
and rank those things that are of GENUINE importance to you as an individual,
you have made the first step toward life enjoyment and fulfillment. If you
are wise, you will not put possession of great material wealth as number one
on your list. "Financial success" should have a place in your rank order
scheme. However, if you put it above that which is spiritual, that which
relates to personal good health, and that which has to do with a broad edu-
cation, it is my belief that you have made a MISTAKE for which you will
pay dearly all the days of your life. Choose wisely!
- Mr. Guthrie, Principal
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Buildings and grounds must be maintained. Supplies must be delivered and distributed. Assemblies
fire drills, discipline referrals, and standardized tests must be handled. Planning and supervision help
students and teachers get together for learning activities.
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Mr. Dugan is Vice-Principal
of the school, and you know what
that means, don't you? It means
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catch on as soon as you enter his
office. It isn't too bad at first,
because you can't see anything,
but when the flood lights hit you in the face and you see a
hand reach out for the brass knuckles, you know you'd better
stay out of trouble next time.
Our Dean of Girls, Mrs. Zierer, was in charge of the club program, but,when the tax override elec-
tion failed the school board dropped the late busses and the club program folded.
For years Mrs. Zierer had successfully waged the dress standard battle.
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Now poor Mrs. Zierer is given 100,000 standardized tests to administer, campus riots to quell, and
still has all the girls' problems to hear.
administration, page 6
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