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Being a student involves many things such as extracurricular activities, but the most important element of student lite is academics. Our high school careers consist of countless hours of learning. Each day \A/e are given more and more knowledge that will contribute to our academic success when accompanied by guidance and determination. Academic achievement begins with determination. We strive to excel with our future goals in mind. We must harness the desire to work hard in order to make our dreams come true. We must have confidence in our­ selves to actively pursue the goals we have set at Ryan. The right guidance is also a necessary part of our academic lives. Teachers and parents set the examples for us to imitate. They encourage us to be the best we can be. It is their support that instills the confidence and will to succeed within us. From our first step into Ryan, we are urged to strive to be the best stu­ dents we can be. It is here that our dreams for the future are constructed. As we approach and complete our final year, we move on to bigger things. We leave legends that help Ryan attain the reputation it has today. What­ ever the student, we will forever be a part of Ryan.

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BUILDING A CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY The truth about how to live a truly happy life often eludes people in our modern society. Messages emitted by our American culture often equate life success with the accumula­ tion of wealth. Therefore the values of materialism, individ­ ualism, and immediate gratifi­ cation conflict with the Gospel message of love. To be a tnily successful and happy Christian

is very challenging today, yet not impossible. Whether one is a Christian or of another faith, the truth of living a truly au­ thentic human existence is found in concern for others. The unique nature of the human person is to love. Jesus speaks of this human ability to love in His introduction to the Sermon on the Mount. The Beatitudes stress that true hap-

piness is found in service to others. People who trust in God and seek joy in another’s well­ being will find true happiness in life. Whether one decides to be a postal worker or a surgeon, clothe your future with love and you will not only live your faith in Jesus Christ, but you will also find happiness in this life and in heaven. Mr. Chuck Panapresso

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His Eminence Anthony Cardinal Bevilacqua, DD, JCD, JD

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Mr. Frank Morris Assistant Principal for Student Affairs

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Brother Patrick McCormack, OFM Director of Institutional Advancement

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Sister Alice M. Hess, IHM Algebra I; Trig/Pre Calculus III; Calculus IV, AP; Coach Varsity Mathletes; Coach AMC Level 11-12; Moderator Future Engineer’s Club.

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Miss Colleen M. Boyle Writing Skills I; English III.

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Mr. Adam Dickerson Theology III; Moderator Yearbook; Driver Education Instructor; SAP Team.

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Mr. Edward M. Dornier Theology II. IV; Speech Coach; Middle States Team; Campus Ministry Assistant; School Show.

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Sister Eileen Frances M. Cooke Theology II, IV; SAP Team.

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Mr. Thomas EX. Emore English IV.

Mrs. .Alice M. Faber Health I; Physical Education II. Mr. Louis Fante Algebra.

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Mr. John M. Farrington Algebra I: Algebra 2 III. Ms. Florence Fay English.

Mrs. Nhora Fernandez Spanish 2 II. HI. IV. Mr. Bill Finnigan US Govemmenl/Economics; American History. Doctor Charles W. Fowler Psychology/Govemmcnt/Economics IV; AV Director. Sister Frances Antionette, SSJ Theology I; Moderator Community Service Corps.

Father Francis X. Kelly, OFM Theology II: Goveniment/Economics IV; Moderator Stage Crew. Mrs. Gloria Furman Intro. Computers II; Computers I. Mr. Glen Galeone Algebra I, Geometry II; Coach Football; Moderator RCC; Teacher Mentor Program. Mrs. Mary L. Gelovich English II, III; Assistant Coach Girls Cross Country; Moderator Junior Student Council. Ms. Victoria Gradel Algebra I.

Mr. Edward Griflis World History: US History.

Mrs. Donna M. Hnosko Theology II.

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