A note of appreciation for our late principal
A couple years ago, Danny and I went to the school production of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” The show was even more astounding in its brilliance than the usual Carmel theatrical production, but we had two thorns in our side: the sound system was utterly awful – within 15 minutes we’d noticed that whenever two mikes got close to each other, they would both shut off – and our seats were in an uncomfortable corner of the auditorium where people were jostling about and swimming through the rows to get to their seats with alarming frequency. During the intermission, our captain came to the rescue. He first pledged to furnish the theatre with an all-new sound system (and he did), and then he gave Danny and I his seats in the very front of the theatre. Truly, this was a great leader and a good man.Now Doctor Duke is dead.
Long live Doctor Duke.Education