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Page 91 text:
The National Merit Scholarship
Program consisted of students who
received exceptionally high scores on
the PSATXNMSQT test. The students
who qualified represented one half of
one percent of all students in their state.
Adams had seven qualified
semifinalists that competed for the Merit
Scholarships this year. Seven other
Commended students scored high but
did not qualify. These kids deserve
The Rotary Club consisted of
students from the school who have been
invited by the businessmen of the
community to join them at the rotary
luncheons. These students are selected
according to citizenship and good
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n.h.s. - active people, active club
Do you remember being lurred by the tempting aromas of hot
bagels? This was just one of the many projects in which the
National Honor Society succeeded in raising money throughout
the year to buy pins. cords and other paraphanalia for members
of the club.
Mr. Gibson, who sponsored the N.H.S. again this year. was
assisted by President Tim Shrodera Vice President Heidi Whitfield: W
Secretary Terri Pedrotty: and Treasurer Anne McGarry.
. A large number of students were admitted into the N.H.S.
despite the stiff qualifications. Sophomores had to have a 3.5 GPA
while Juniors and Seniors needed a 3.0 GPA. But students were
not accepted entirely on their academic excellence alone. They
also had to have taken part in school activities such as sports.
plays, other clubs, and student government. To some, it was an
"honor" to be involved in this club.
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Page 92 text:
The Spanish Club had two main purposes this year. One of which
was to promote the culture of the Spanish speaking nations in the
community. The Club also had to raise money for their foster child in
Mexico. They raised money through such projects as ice-cream sales.
a Spanish Dinner that was served to the public and stationery sales.
The Club participated in many non-money making projects too.
For Homecoming they made a float which won first place. The name
of their float was "Speedy Go Adams" and near the end of the year
the Club panicipated in the Language Day Competition held at
Oakland University. Out of the three categories they were in, they won
two first places and one second place.
Under the supervision of Mrs. Nash. the sponsor, the club met this
year only when there was something important to discuss. Overall. the
Club had a very productive year.
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