HISTORIC DAY SUNDAY FOR GLASGOW SCHOOLS AS THE NEW HIGH SCHOOL IS DEDICATED PDF Print
Monday, 04 February 2013 07:36

A page was added to the history books of Glasgow Schools yesterday afternoon as the new Glasgow High School building was dedicated with an excellent crowd in the school’s auditorium. The 125,000 square foot facility is state of the art in every way from larger classrooms, new science, technology and learning opportunities to  sustainable energy efficiencies.

Several dignitaries were in attendance.  State Representative Johnny Bell reminded the crowd of the difficulty in getting this project started:

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Senator David Givens said the end result is much bigger than the building itself:

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Board of Education Chairman Elaine Richardson gave an anecdotal history of Glasgow High School with some stories from the memoirs of legendary English Teacher,  Miss Mary Davis and other interesting facts  from the past.  In her dedicatory address  Richardson, a career biology teacher at the high school, summed it up in terms she might have used in her classroom.

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One unique perspective on the new high school was given by the Student Council President, Senior Jared Thompson.

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The crowd also heard from , Superintendent Sean Howard, Principal Keith Hale, Assistant principal Mike Harris and a very talented Saxophone Quartet.  Following the ceremony, all those in attendance were invited to tour the facility.

 

 

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