"I thoroughly enjoyed my time here. It was not an eight-hour job. It was pretty well a 24-hour. I was thinking all the time. I came to school every morning with about 50 things on my mind and I went home in the afternoon not having any idea what I did about it! There were students thinking, there were teachers thinking, there were programs going . . . it was a thinking man's job. As I look back it was nine years of a good employment and a good life. I really enjoyed the relationship I had with the students and the school."
Principal Joel Casey