PICTURE -TOP LEFT : Opening Day Ceremony Practicing for a perfect opening ceremony amid piles of unleveled top soil, 8th graders Pamela Craft, Frank Pizzica and Paul Krause preparer for the first day of ceremonies for Nanuet's new Jr.-Sr. High. PICTURE - BOTTOM LEFT Nanuet's First Football Team Bottom row l-r Ken Jeffers, Kenneth Rouse, James Faherty, Eddie Shuart, Ray Douglas, Marc Goldsmith, Second row l-r Coach Mike Achille, Ian Ackroyd-Kelly, Jim Beaner, Lewis Keisler, Merton Bohonos, Bobby Lankau, David Singer, Benney Veltidi, Jimmy Stewart, Peter Weisharr, coach Chet Stopyra, Back row l-r Manager Gordon Fee, Bobby Fullem, Neil Altneu, Pat Bohn, Buddy Kenella, Hector Pagan, Frank Pinegar, Spud Van de Water, Jerry Fitzsimmons, Joe Gordon head manager. PICTURE - MIDDLE TOP : Mr. Kaplan Accepts the Keys Mr. Jesse Kaplan, president of the Nanuet Board of Education, accepts the keys of the new Jr.-Sr. High Building from architect Ralph Evans Hacker. PICTURE - TOP RIGHT : The Chorus Performs Mr. Ronald Thomas, music supervisor leads the Nanuet Jr.-Sr. High Chorus in a medley of songs presented for entertainment at the dedication program. PICTURE - RIGHT CENTER Mr. Barr accepts the flag Mr. MacArthur Barr chief school administrator for the Nanuet Public Schools, introduces Mr. Edwin C. Doulin, district supervisor for the United States Postal Service, who presented the new school flag. The Plaque is in place Outside the Jr.-Sr. High auditorium youngsters view the new plaque that commemorates the dedication of the new Jr.-Sr. High School Building. Jr - Sr High dedication attracts 1000 visitors On December 6th the Nanuet Junior-Senior High School was officially dedicated. Not only the residents of the school district, but all members of the Nanuet school system should take a great deal of pride in this beautiful structure. The building, which cost approximately $2,000,000 is one of the finest schools constructed in the State of New York. The members of the teaching staff as well as the administration and Board of Education were pleasantly surprised as approximately 1000 people visited the building on dedication day. The dedication program included such events as musical selections by the Nanuet School Orchestra and Choral Group, led by our own Ronald Thomas; also a medley of songs sung by Mrs. Carl Grosch, a resident of the Nanuet school district. Representatives of various Nanuet religious organizations were also in attendance at the meeting. We were fortunate in having as our principal (sic) speaker, Mr. Anthony E. Terino, Chief of Secondary School Supervision in the State of New York. Through the courtesy of the P.T.A., refreshments were served to all in attendance. At the conclusion of the ceremonies, the residents of the school district were conducted on a tour of the building.
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