Old Memories

Keren High School Students

Outlook Magazine 

 

Compiled by Yohannes Ferdinando Drar

Ottawa, Canada

February 4, 2010

 

To all former students of Keren high school (Then called Atzie Dawit Secondary), especially graduates of the 60s and 70s, the school had a magazine run by the students. To preserve the memory of our former students, I am trying to collect copies so that people can remember their classmates and friends. I have the first edition from 1967 with different articles that I have transcribed. The magazine has poems, question and answer sessions, biographies and thought pieces. The articles are mostly written by students and teachers. I would suggest any former students from the high school to forward materials that could be important for our website.

Below is a listing of all former teachers at Keren High School or Atzie Dawit during the 1960’s and 70’s. Some teachers were from India, Peace Corps teachers from the U. S. including local teachers. The first director of the high school was Mr. Mahmoud Adam and then Mr. Mahmoud Kanouni (1960’s & 1970’s). I have collected the information from the Outlook Magazine Newsletter published by students in the 1960’s. I have also redesigned and reprinted it for your enjoyment! I encourage all former students to send any informative memories to the website.

Enjoy!

 

Director

Mahmoud Mohammed Ali (Kanoni)

Teachers

Mr. R.G. Rajan

Mrs. Indira Rajan

Mr. S.S. Bedi

Mr. Laine Desta

Mr. Osman Omer Omran

Mr. Nandalal Dashora

Mr. Gurmit Singh

Mr. Raj Rahadur Singh

Mr. B.D. Shinde        

Mr. Ramakhandra Nair

Mr. Ibrahim Yasin

Mr. C.L. Khanne

Mr. Negash Adem

Mr. K.G. Cyriac    

Mr. K.L. Monga

Mr. Fessaha Taffari

Mr. Getatchew Kibret

Mr. B.S. Verema

Mr. A.S. Wadewa

Miss Joanne Feldman

Mr. Tesfaldet Tekle

Mr. Vijay Singh

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