[Pg. 211] — Due to the construction of the "New" Hart, students took a beating and bore the drudgery of headaches and ringing ears. Constant interruptions and some power failures were small annoyances that the teachers had to endure. But every bit of misery was worth going through for the new classrooms, parking lots and modern facilities.
Destruction of the lower portion of the C, D, E and F wings began in June 1975. In their place two large buildings were constructed, each containing many rooms of which were designed to allow rooms to be enlarged with portable walls. These buildings house the History, English, Business Education and Home Economics departments, equipped with all new instruments for better learning technics. A new choral room was built on to the Band room and a recording studio was added to the auditorium. Next to these a new auto shop, graphic arts and photo class were constructed.
Perhaps the most appreciated facility added to our campus was the boys' locker room. Construction of the Science building began in June 1976, after the upper wings of the C and D buildings were no longer in use and the G and H wings were replaced with a ourtyard . The remaining space was utilized to pave a new parking lot and inspired possibilities of more tennis courts and a new gym and locker room for the girls.