Noah Williams Eventual Retirement
As parents of alumni, we know that our children loved Quatro and worked hard to earn his respect. As alumni, we recall favorite courses with him, such as the Native American block that concluded in the life-changing trip to the cliff dwellings in Colorado. Those of us who are current parents and students, know the dedication he brings to each and every lesson. We all understand that Mr. Williams is the kind of man who thoroughly deserves our respect, and we know that we have been privileged to be one of his students.
Mr. Williams has spent his life teaching here at Highland Hall, and we all know, teaching is not a profession that makes a person rich-or even comfortable. Henry Brooks Adams said, "A teacher affects eternity, he can never tell where his influence stops." We invite you to take this opportunity to let Quatro know that we recognize and appreciate the influence he has had on us.
The school has shown its appreciation in many ways, including naming the center driveway after him, and these honors are important, but they do not fund his eventual retirement, whenever that may be.
Please join us in expressing our gratitude by .. contributing to this fund so that Mr. Williams is able to retire whenever he chooses to do so with a huge show of our appreciation for his life's work.
And, hey, please encourage friends and family to participate with you. Let's do this!
His friends and former colleagues, Cindi Halverson and Karen Grant