The Emerald: the Waterford Union High School annual
Administration, pp. 4-5
W. K. CARTER Superintendent Waterford High School The 1963-64 school year has been an important one in the history of Waterford High School, a year that has been concerned primarily with the building program. Speaking for the staff and students, I wish to thank the parents and other taxpayers of the Waterford High School district for furnishing us with the facilities and equipment so essential to our task of providing quality education. I know the staff joins with me in pledging our support in maintain- ing the high quality of education made possible by the new equip- ment and the twenty-nine additional rooms. We shall improve our curriculum as the needs of the area indicate, so that Waterford High School will provide all those activities which will give our people the kind of education of which they and we will be proud. I would like to express my gratitude to the entire student body for their patient and understanding cooperation during the trying time that building was in progress. You will enjoy with us the improved and extended facilities when you return in the fall. I especially wish to extend my personal good wishes to the graduates of 1964. I know that the knowledge you have gained and the exper- iences you have enjoyed here at Waterford High School will inspire you to put forth your best effort in all your undertakings in the years to follow.
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