Were you there in the late 1960's up to 1973 or so?
Here's a few things that might trigger a fond memory or two.....
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The World's Finest Newspaper - Shanghai Noodle Factory
and now for something completely different...
Graduation - Commencement
Some particular things stick in your mind when you recall a big event. The '68 Commencement was held in the gym and the place was packed for the evening, with the soft glow of the house lights way up above. The band was arranged at the front, set up on risers just like a full orchestra.
My job as a Grade 9 kid was to listen and watch through the tiny little window in the locker room door, and turn lights on and off as part of the lighting crew duties. (that's what all the scribbled notes in the programme are about).
It was all pretty big stuff for a new kid at a new school. But what I remember, clearest of all, was Sue Greenslade sitting on a stool at the front, in a spotlight, playing solo guitar and singing "Leaving on a Jet Plane" with crowds of people listening, off into the distant shadows and upper reaches of the balcony seating. Man, what a voice.
Other stuff from long ago...
And the best of all...
"Would the following people please report to the Vice Principal's office after homeroom..."