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Bmoretruthful on June 28, 2012 at 1:36

Congrats Dr Wilson,
When you were first transferred to Reginald Lewis High, I sighed.
But, since you have been there your presence has made significant
differences in the lives of the youth who walk the halls that I once
walked as a student of Northern High.

We would have never imagined that firstly our school’s name would
be changed 30 yrs later. Second, that an African American we sit
in the principals chair in our school building.

Alumni of ole Northern High need to decide to come back and help
you. I think I will.
Stay Blessed, Stay Strong,
Nia

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