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EEE DEDICATIO IEIEIEI
Mrs. Julie Harris
Dedication to UA LADYU
Mrs. Julie Harris was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1925. Her early years were
spent in the Brownsville and East New York sections of Brooklyn, where she attended
P.S. 175, J.H.S. lh9, and Thomas Jefferson High School. Mrs. Harris enjoyed school,
admired many of her teachers, and hoped to enter the profession one day. She graduf
ated from Queens College in 1970 and in l97h she received her M.S. degree from the
same institution. In September of 1970, Mrs. Harris began her teaching career at
I.S. 302. Her philosophy of education was HLet each become all that he is capable
of being.W In addition to imparting knowledge in the social studies, she gave her
students affection, friendship, and the attention which they deserved.
Mrs. Harris passed away on October 18, 1975. She is missed by her former
students and by her colleagues as well. She was a very special person who was able
to inspire love of learning in students of all backgrounds and abilities. She was a
very special person and warm friend to everyone.
In a world full of women, Julie Harris was UA Ladyu.
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BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY, HEALTHY RETIREM NT
The June, 1976 graduating class and the LS. 302 faculty extend best wishes
for a happy and healthy retirement to Mr. Murray Stromfeld and Mr. Sidney Goodman
who are retiring after many years of service in the East New York Community, Both
Mr. Stromfeld and Mr, Goodman helped to open the brand new Rafael Cordero IOS, 302
in l97O after having served for many years at Berriman Jr. H.S. 6Lp.
Thousands of East New York families, whose children have come into contact
with Mr. Stromfeld and Mr. Goodman, join us in these good wishes.
We know that Mr, Stromfeld and Mr. Goodman will be busy with many new activities,
but we all hope they will visit from time to time and help to guide us along the way.
WE MISS YOU, ALREADY!
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A MESSAGE TO OUR GRADUATES
N doubt ou are all aware of our yearly seasonal changes. Especially during
the spring season you must be conscious of the changing temperatures, the green
grass and blooming flowers and trees. However, do you realize the significant
changes which have occurred in you since you first entered Cordero? The greatest
change is your improved attitude toward your work, your classmates, and your
teachers. You have matured to such a degree that we now feel satisfied that you
t d Won our own two feetn You can start your high school career with an
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understanding that a good education is going to be the key that will unlock doors
to a successful future.
Many opportunities will await you in the future. Be ready to make the most
of them. Set a high standard of achievement. Be an optimist. Have faith in
yourself and the conviction that you will succeed....and you will! Take pride
lf and ride in what you do It will take a lot of self-discipline to
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part with those so-called nfriendsu who are content with the least that life has
to offer. You should strive for the MOST.
Keep in mind that you pass through life once and only once. There are no
second chances....so give it your nallu NOW! Try to be a credit to your paren s
and your community....but mainly be a credit to yourself.
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