Interview with Marcia Webb Lecke
QUESTION 15
INTERVIEWER:

COULD YOU, COULD YOU TELL US HOW WELL YOU THOUGHT THE TEACHERS AND THE ADMINISTRATION DID? PERHAPS YOU COULD RELATE YOUR ANSWER TO THAT YEARBOOK OF YOURS, THE WAY IT REFLECTED A KIND OF THE DETERMINATION TO HAVE A NORMAL YEAR. YOU CAN PICK UP THE NOTE—-THE, THE BOOK TOO IF YOU LIKE.

Marcia Webb Lecke:

You know, as I look back on, on the senior year, and you have so many pleasant memories. I have so many pleasant memories about the year. And you think, someone really did their job, in terms of administrators and teachers. Um, they had asked us to do what we were supposed to do, in terms of going to our class, studying, and I think most of us did that. And when you think of um, the leadership that they showed, and particularly keeping the problems, and there were problems, now I know that there were, but yet when they didn't pass them on to the young people, I think it shows that they really felt a responsibility to all of the student body at Central, to uh, make the year a meaningful one, where education uh, was taking place, and um, today as a teacher, I can appreciate the responsibility that they had. And, uh, as a student, back then, now I thank them, for all that they had to go through, uh, to give us as normal a year as possible.