All Saints Episcopal School - Saint Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)

 - Class of 1987

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LOVE l Ol Q an D Q 'Qt U Q v A ' ' ' E'5: G Q' 5 Qzzi E X G . 9 I Wea ", Q 1 Q 9 9 . R - Q fiiaivgq l ':'15 as blessed our campus. , . 'Qi s the man who can 'answer almowany question you might hav about .,k,, at's goin' on in All Saints' He is campus 25 hours a dayl, our campus longer 'th "-i'1i,E the ca has been on our cam stfigure gbb at outj. U n you anything done on campusg a sm: ,a polite re- quest will have ning to help. With more than you cart set a pac Mr. Beers retuFhs frorpveach m icealgadven- ' 'gture ,ready to get wolit.-,l-le 4 defiesnature with his stenance . he rivals any with his times and devotion he i': faltering in his pursuit of excellenc erhaps above all Mr. Beers put and love ahead of all his . Mr. Beers is a man of histor we're not poking- fun at age Qt it o ing for the ,Episcopal Ekhgrch sto. .1 irxfgfi. . . . w ' Most of tus life has' been spent ere in Fort Worth,Qt Cartlp tt:t2:f"""i' Cru as well as in New Ygrk. He is a God-centered mag' serving his Lord by serving his people. f Q Tqdedicate a Yearbook to this man is trifle compared to the value his love is worth to us all. We dedicate this yearbookto the tones we love'. . . - gk lar. Frank Beers. 9 9 21 Dedigarfon as Q 6 8 t - P: L ,E ,. is ,Y ,W ., , ,, --,L 4 ,r ,,2.,au1a gamma fr- If! -'W-Nl 25 'hxlfifbx Y'-'trzwx ' Q"f"Sf5'. ff? if 'liffmk' 'I ,C ' ' We Eriimiik to Le 1T .i,i ,Q ,. , .1.f t 1... ,, , ,,, , , N , my Y i '5 5? Y gf- sf - We ,f,,. 3.5: as 1.7 fs i 51" ,Ss e 2 w '- ' WW pw - - e Qlllhatgvlr. B rs can be caught doiyig' ih'one day's tigie: patroling the campus in the wee morn- 9' ing. h befgre anyone else is around, unlocking 'ei build s' one campus, turning heating Zi' J andfor air c ditioning, unpackin :EA f'foods" g in the caf,e ia, answering the' telephone before rsecretariesaarrive, heating lunches, distrkuting mail and packages throfighout the dayfservinig Q3 eb E s ' ' 48 2 Q " ,. .lilri l H s X . l ,Q . 9 " 45' s ay 5' 2 , -T fa . it Q 5 fsinches to munohkins, serving lunches' to W sw jhonsters, straightening up r the muchkins Q Wyand monsters in the Iunchroom ping a watch- ful eye over allthat happens eac wfternoon, lock- ing up buildings, turning off als conditioners andfor heaters, and is the last on campus as the sun sets each night. M Q E tion f 3 -5 , g u 0" ' K , ' . .V . x ' ' u ' - Q ' 0 ..' I. ,ff '!. . S 1 0 '5-0 'ul I S PJ. y 0 130 ' 'the 0 . ml' 1""reee,,M,. '--------........,..,,,,,, 'U 0 ' r 'flag A t-Headed. On ' secend Qn Campus has ,a gla , il was still there. Hard . IO t t 'f f - ' 'ls ve, but in the cafegeria O 'D 9 ', there were THREE ser: drink .QWNGWQV OU ale 'fl machipes. We meugnl,"'eureiy the HIQ1 ehbol Or there will ,be a signsaying ., are enrolled in the 'Teachers Only"', but alas, it A 8 AMPS program, We ' was truelymeant for studeng . all love the new use. So we pqgged all -oi pur - quarters into: e- machines ' '- bwldmg' sometimes len got a leaders are our leaders .. New natural tri, year.Mr. " ing mgved on the principal.. . 0 '. l 4 f'Wl3at's New , . E . ' 'Q R K' ' -- Y ,Q . .. A, W f nv- . fi ! e ' ' . 0 , . 0 4, , . 0 -0 ' ' - 'll I Q X. ' . V L-is l flT ALL seem we saw drilling rigs' on the soccer field. Those rigs drilled coresarnples to begin the construction of the. new build,ing. 4,000 tons of dust later, there was a foundation ln, place, and then' . pipes gsticking up, andfthen the larnazing jlfalls poured into Qlace on the foundation. Cranes ar- fed after a few weeks of lit? they lifted thef, two- story Qwalls into place. Everyone .was amazed d impressed Notglonly not made out of tin cans, it was really going tcghave concrete and steel. few motfths laterf the finterio? wallsj were in placef pain- tingrfrand floors were, ap- plied- and a, few' 'hours ?before school Cbegan, Qrhost of the furniture artivi edlall needingff to be assembled, of , coursel. And here we arextoday . . . a new buildingggldt building we all needed?0a building we all loveg a building we all have helped! to pay, for, happily! ff E' f an . X 0 ,.., , mx-,J .1 xlaf ffl . X fag L , X X"JCDf" , you i 4 Whats New X 5 en! ls. ' l 1 . was this 'building Rl'SiQiLLYlgi Q Q S a as S M dv V Q ea a it H ,J ",' , . i Q V K H , xwgzx. A if f I f"' '-,,r 'Al fa ' L I 3 .5 .. 4 fn- if ' VR W' ,Q - , sg V' g ,Q 5. , 12 lv ' , .,, .C,.., ' - y t gv r i , wi Q Julia Parmelee, Q M if g Allicia flffgper 81 gb gl Stacyi McKay hangin' around the 53 Qqg st D l 8 y Q f O U n and . equi pment.Pre- Kindergartener, Will ' A 1 ' 1 Thurmond gathers' 55 hisggtzoughtsff f 'gl Rf l Julie Hetherington lg, i and Blair Jackson iaii ii Q L T 'Q really enjoy the - l i u e . T n eu, J playground a popular hafiigput 1 for all ages. Q Q2 iz! . fi? Q Q w va af 9 Q of 6 f Hanging Out as Q We 59 Q es TM Q ' as make 6 '-fFiQEMEMBiERINaG1Q87 IN-STYLE i U Julia Parmelee, in a berzdana bow, solves arih.Algebra Kelly Mariho-alorig with Qihers never goes anywhere wighout her pound puppy. . D Casey Shaw also seems Vto spend'a great deal qi' time with his Lb. Socks ,are'a bigger dqali in life thah you might,ii1irik. As -you 'oan,see, those Qfgyles jifst line right up for. our. cameras? Girls go for ffhef ariklets. '- in -. fancy modelwhen iheyoan get away with itiff A '..a, K ., O gy hr p s . 1 K is X Q , M or ,Q C-1 i , ,' - 6 l i JUST THINK: now where would we be without: Dayid Letterman, bandana hair bows, GUESSTP, mimes, Zorlac,'silver.jewelry and those handyfsoap pumpers in nice restaurants. ALL- RIGHT we can exclude mime.l3ut anywayfall things mentioned are as American as Ron- nief Reagan. Gentlemen- wearing those crafty, little woven bracelets, kids land parents, tool watching? Pee Wee' Herman's Saturday, morning show, and, argyle soclgs all helped to eludelus from those "clever'Z lyellow signs people placed in fhef' back of their car windows and the fact that SOME people thought bowling was a noxiel and awesome sport in l987. Trends 19 K g , waggai, . wngffktg ,Q egg? Q QL K '25 Q Ls X i f 3 Q , QQ 55531, i e ff' 6 i s fi? Q Q se Q 5- 'TL .- 3,82 A V is . Q 1 X W 9 f - ,E Sl as wrf 3 . 52 15? gfle k ln the Higggs School hallway, folks Eeet to greetwearly in fheamor- ning before chapeaeg a Jennifer Chambers 81 Matt Johnson stand in the hallway of the Mid School for a quro pose outside Mrs.. Jones' room. L K xi , 1 ,Z za 32' M 'U- , . .ww . 0 , 511' ,i im g ,V ,fa . . . AHHH yes, how we remember the halls. I muse at the thought of ,fwimv ,nfl watch a dignified huma rawling, hands ang? knees, down the l hall g qg, hile his only l ii,, writi utensil is being . hurledgt great velocity f V V past M Deane's room. "'i- frat , , fi' 5 9 , W swam ' is Q gg, W Q 6 E Q wig Q QQ W Q ,B f 10 f We a Meng Q Q i E-,, Q am ,1 as 5 A 6 e 1 he Q 5? s Wag n Efhe most famous thing ofa the halls is tw Q speech volume of some humans. WHO failed WHAT? You got QD-Hall, too? ian I borrow lin hall talk 'borrow' is thee same thing as C-O-P-Yjw your noies? s G t a ' Q Simi Q 1 2 if Q 4 X' if lg' I 'aura W f ,I l 3 , V ' ', , l Y, 1 r W 5 " A "'A"""f'V I Mf'fW,.,,,Q" ' ' I , 'Tlx ef vi A I E 'M' M y 'W ,f 'sn 3 al -I , j g- ,gy , ., , f A,, 4-11,3 ek w K, Q, V fkwy , ' Q Q ,X . f Q Q. S VAN 1 Q L. r gr X? 3 Jennifer e Stevens a n d T ra p p e nr Keeper emerge from her locker. ll Philip Thdmpson a A Elementary Schoqle mg ii sfgglrs cirefulgv Q5 A before school 5 'A" e . ,l ff' starts. 5 E the sopfal Many place of the School, go there to the rainigiraqe tnggjgpuddleg tngewrain, or lp friend or even teaclgger. ef. H! 1 Ellen Reynold descend ghe QPr . 09 o " ,,W,,, Aww ,y-f99"U'fA-4-n,y4Wf m,,,,W 7, Y 0 J 'M'-.,, I 'W"" a ' K ' y ' Q., ,,,,,,,,.,, E 5 -...fm - .. , E I M ' 0. ,,.,,,,, 1, , ., 4 -REMEMBER Magi mm-mm -"M 'fam W, WW A,EE '1-L '-1i: ' ,. FK W, www - ...N 'nm wmv- ' an nun' 1-an 8 I ,..,. Q H' . 'SHQW If "o .. . BESTFACE X . , u h . Q X 'Noyv,, my jotias an cop! M' .Writer is to YQIISZOU how to! -fggcpgnizg ourlfrjelnds' at aqhool. ' tyaldsi with .up-i'fcp5m6,'5' guelrg ,niot digjfqjuihguqapugq-byg -5 k .c1om.1n'Q,4 'stylgqg we ,Zia fcfbnesf 1ph'ySlGaI'3pHrOidS slave? toiidnupzfnifgifrhsf "SQ" look ag nfyf 'fasg3eq,,jtl?,. urfiquel 1' -I' Y, .F 'Q--sg' .. .. hy. May... ' Q X hm ' .'. K . . .Q " ' . - - ' ' 1 . , . .. . PGH -FEAESS :Clockwise-'Taro Beqt Kaisy 1a'n' ,ellen F'alvadore,Dr. ,.Fanhing,Connor Jfdista, "Father 5011 Nicholas xq5,1fe,'-Kim ,Goihra'n,Avisha ' Hefjdiazad . 'f , . O 0 . 1 . . O ' f :Q 0 9 4 .O. I Q f . 0 4 ' ' D ' . !es' 1 ,si .Vi as 1: an IGH' - W Xl Ks SR Z v,g 6 if k are 'W if Eff As IAA V is X Q K is A 0 amiga, uf' G5 f my M f, QR 2 1? M M gr' 7 , P, .r- M, 1' Wi, js. ,fr you M K1 M 1 V T. K' Ev!! fr Y KZQ 'W' nw M A, It I 2. fy Ag? Q 3, me wg- M rr 1 J. 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I ' game. e L ff Look, actual fans for our football team from left to Q right: Ashley Bell, Court- ney ClayfandHeather Hildebrand? Y Sylvia Arabian teaches piano is an S, lessons after school. sf gem 5 ' res 9 3 . H W, l Zu, W 433355 reams, X Q ,LM fgsrwa lsfaf-HJ, g5ufzf,frss.a. ,, A W 3 A. A. f Min-A WM, ' ?f wuz Qfrfiyzseg' as I see it Wbest de- inwan equa- hours in the 7 hours of sleeps? minus 9 hours for school and preparationwof school he minus for 3 cfeiiining. This you viiith 3 geo . 55 Q fl! X? 5 r fx W. .saw y W Q an 5 5 W L ... , A A . 9 e . mi-M hat we do in our fqeetime,weII vig? e : w rga p houses, skate toughm, et throws out df public places and ino,DON'T SAY ITJ vvorkg Q 'Pia' xt ., E Q 4 4 Seen are Houston Lane and his Dad spending a day at the Ft. Worth goat Club. .4 Suzuki paino and violin is offered at Al7QgSaints' after school, scoff Hormel, frustratedQ tg the potter's wheilgaefter school.Heat,h Lindley, avoiding football practice ' after school. in art 'W' room. 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V - , X . , -, I 4 Q x- vw V.- VI I ,. I . ' - V - . ,. Q .I,- ' . , 'V . V I I ...0. , ' .I ' 4 I 1 ,I-I 4 . ' I 'II' ' I 5 , v .Q I . . . . . ,I . . I,.I..- , I . . V. X .A V - . , . . - Q. , . I Rl I . zu .. . " V. ' " ' o ' ' . 4 f O f , I ' .I V .-V ., ' I I V I I . V- I,V-- V I .. Q A'Qade IC Sect1onf17 ' VV V ' 4 ' .' i'. , ' ' I '- V.KII , I.,-.f7,V .V .0 . V . , . V Reasons To Read Cn Venturing Into The Past Where the world of reality mixes with the world of fantasy, the bonds of Literature grab each student who is an avid reader. Most All Saints' students we talked to really enjoy reading. One of the reasons why: Mrs. Baker makes the library such a nice place to visit, everyone associates reading with a peaceful and relaxing activity. The High School students, yearning for more books in their resource center, often borrow books from their instructors to get in a little extra reading. Can You Tell An English Book By lt's Cover? rf' if J , 3 I ' .wgrxfrf . 4 l B r. P Mrs. Shaw, the new High School English instructor is poised for all occasions. P P Mrs. Mc Coy helps Greg Wood and Beth Weinman in their attempts at reading from the Lippincott Series at the Pre-Elementary level. , 217 7 if A A M W I an ss 1 Xxxiv A Alison Reese and Kelly Kerr listen intently in the new reading groups for First Graders. Melissa Paul in English class has her homework ready for class today. 4 an r r 5 Pa - ,.. v X M. K Xy- QQ 1 W M V fx S V3 'K r-' :k ,'-.. rsti ronl B' . English f 19 K What can I say about Mr. Deane and his American History and Geography courses? You know with a teacher of this caliber you will never be bored. You must always be on your toes tor tear ot very UNEXPECTED pop tests. Miss Martin teaches the Texas History course forthe seventh grade. Now l don't know about you, but Texas History is essential to life to realize how much better we are. 20 X History iywmvwsiejgfzwfgrwriwstssrwwgifts?ifwmf-zfgf-rfaxmgya.rr W V, kff K X 2 , .. f Q V ,A V, --L .- .J -.5 A A fx ah-xt ,L ,M ,gc Vx- tt. - -fi? i twvifwaziwi-as.fr.xfigvsssffsifrf.-swiss,-was .' ' AVE? vi'f?L.7'. 1 'f 'Wilt '. . 4141? iww AWK' Tliifsrt- .fm r y. ftfgsvwrfrwfgft sag., - We - Q ff She' AL553, .es M my vayfwx Vftysii ew as Kwik Us B Q45-ifa' ww , 1 QQ r. f- 7, rs :wars -,si Hwfffwfiiisfgi ,Au, asf api 5 5 9 My re do 1 riffrff rmfzstffimfsiW?fwai1??i,:fifgiigzafrrfsiwfftasfirnrsmffimvmatftlimfrs MAY? za r-Q1 zz W4 Mffa"?fSlME75SV Egvwsys N ,Qsfgxgwgikgvviix ,X . its siggfflfc, .,56g5,f4S,,gAf, 3.5 2... W .- ,wtwfjt x...W,. da.. as . -vf gf iw iv t it 2 g H 'E f57'r'5ef WMI asf-:Li 4 fwirgfm fmigw' HQ kiwi: .sQii3ffQ2z' 35742539 ,tt tt, . 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Not many people know why the sixth graders even take South American Geography. I meanyhow many of us are going to move to South America? Well, first of all, lvlr. Deane likes it lbelieve it or not, he use to live therei. Second, it takes up the whole year in History. . . and we just say, "Live and Let Live" . . . and we don't complain. ze, wi N, type we fin US this what m tes disregard this page Science f 21 Completely abstract, totally foreign, a language to be learnedg math is a subject all must take, most will learn to apply, and many will even like. The surge of video games in the last ten years has made organization of sets and patterns a vital part of a student's day. Geometry even comes up in art on occasion. So you see, just when you thought: Why am I learning all this math, some fool Copywriter found an excuse. Y Lindsey Hildebrand, using her flash cards, drills other class mates in Mrs. Gant's class. lI'.Ell'I'IPLIT Pu LIFELINE Here I am at my computer typing this very minute. This is about the computer. The computer I am typing on is seen all alone for a W , T brief moment while the I I T Qlr if l T Dctur to Yo r left was lilT'tTlTlTl'2iitT,,T lr l" I e U . TiTiTlMWi'lTTl"",lr i TlTr"l, T ' ' ' 0 03 0 .asa empty since. In fact, the many students The - - 1 maria 'hi tTT iirrilmrlwlTTTWTS''llTiT'lJTT'Tt'IlTfT'f'TlTil: E' t it most-heavlly.LlS6Q y em FT 3. -S' ii W 'T " - t ke d 3ST r e00mpruter.Q,n campusis the S OC e W'. 'T To one N919 Yearbook f00m Computer' ,s IUTOUT the C0mPUt9f ori, i to 'ltelact' 3 ' would we be? around here,ByTTMi a e H' in - d would go to sleep School, with s,io u withoutseeinga T GYQVS an 9 flashingtfrase collection of the students att s paper. K "T'TT3?i' , V, T, , W and Qame I or The C0mDQaiQf Sayre , ln High School about as H f' , .f.s , - 3 -1 f , ,-,l ' ' . 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Blast off!", says Casey Shaw. ln the ALPS room, rocket lauches,balloon rides,and photo developing are not uncommon. In this class,kids are allowed to do f projects on topics of their choice. ln the 5th grade or y. they study knights in shining armor,fair maidens in distress, and all other aspects of medeival life. Problem solving and logic skills are also stressed through the use of gy Stottlemeir's Adventures. Soon, all students learn that tak . '5 the grass is always greener J ' under the garder robe. Xa. - sf' mmap, , 'A A There has been a question around here that no one seems to know the answer to except Mrs. Arabian."What is the ALPS program, anyway?" "ALPS ,stands for,ummm,AbIe Learners Program! lt's for those who have a yearnin' for learnin '." 24 XALPS 51.9 ' 4 A A Patrick King, talented in many areas, is a lover of opera and theatre. A Cody Dick, Mary Katherine Creel and Chris Wilson find fantasy a I favorite subject in their personal discoveries. All Saints' Alternatives Education program is new this year. lt is fashioned after the Montessori Philosophy, geared for those very special students who are highly self-motivated and easily targeted to complete personal academic and creative goals. The A.S.A. program, although not for all children, is a very special 'diamond' in the treasury of All Saints' School. A.s.A. P Mrs. Whitehouse, instructor for the A.S.A. program, gives some basic guidelines for the ball to roll on some new writing projects. Y Patrick King, Devin Pugh, and Paul David Tudor in their thinking mode. . ' ll "L ' T. .t ASA r 25 W m""""'m1u.,., Wx 26 f Library The library at our school is used for more then just the storage of books. lt is also used as a nurse's station for all those people with headaches, the "sickies", nose bleeds, cuts, bruises, and all other aches and pains. Teachers also use it for a place to hang out and grade papers and for students it's a place to find all the book report books. Preschoolers think of it as a "Mystery of the Big School". They see the story teller and other things there when they come to visit. First graders have their story time once a week and other grades use it to show movies. Mrs. Baker is always trying to make the library a comfortable place for the students who enjoy to read and all the others as well. She has art shows, guest authors, meetings, "Scarbooker Faire", medical records, and just about everything else. She assists all students looking for all those authors whose names we can't pronounce and a lot that we can. To some students the library is a mystery because the books are impossible to find, but after the computerized card file is done that will no longer be a problem. Mrs. Baker keeps getting more books and assistants are trying to file all the new ones and the old ones as well. Let's hope that the collection of new as well as old books continues to grow. ws Our library is a growing thing. We are building a rare book collection. ln the High School, the new Resource Center will one day be as full of books as the present library. We have Guest authors and storytellers on a regular basis. When Jose Aruego came last October, the Preschool even came over to the big campus to see him. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Bigiey are trying to decide on the book report lists, while Mrs. Baker takes care of the sick person vvho's come to visit the infirmary. iifi Y gag Forever USG HS 3 theatre as well as a source for books. This class could be watching anything rom NATURE to a treat of "Pee Wee's Library X 27 ' W Lt 2 if I Ann have I 28 X Religion You can see a gleam in Father Bob's eyes as he throws another snapping turtles joke into the congregation. ...theybite. . . .. My first question was: l-low do you know when you're called to be a priest- "Well, one feels from the start that one should do work for the church. lt's just that sometimes you don't want to listen to what God is telling you," Father Bob answered. At first Father thought he wanted to be an eye doctor. l-le knew he had a vision, but he hadn't quite understood, yet. Next Father Bob heard Music ln The Air, and changed his college major to music. Perhaps the music he was really hearing was from heaven . . . because finally, after collecting a few degrees, Father Bob went on to seminary. Today. . . BEl-IOLD . . .A Cl-lAPLAlN IS BORN! Father Bob attended a seminary school in California and graduated in 1985. l-le was now ready for his career as a priest. Father Bob knew he wanted to be a teacher, and in 1984 he was placed at All Saints' to do an internship. After Father Worrell retired he was asked to take the job. l-le smiles as he says, l'lt was the toughest decision lever made." The main idea in Fleligion is to make the students realize God. If everyone knew about God the world would be a better place. Next I asked, "But what about Deacon Schmidt?" She is currently working on another Masters at T.C.U., in Art l-listory. Beyond that, she has some writings she'd like to have published Most of us lcome on and admit ity, at one time use to think that whoever performed chapel services was actually OOD. One fine day, as Father Worrell was leaving the chapel, one Pre-schooler asked, "VVhere's God going now?" The teachers at the Preschool are still laughing about that one. lt the Gospel each day, the procession of j . . a xt ov iixi Tioixi les and crucifix wobble and vveeble their way rds the center of the chapel so that everyone can feel a part of the WORD as it is read. i t w stttu it Sandi Woolsey is seen painting what very well could be auction- ed off as a thirty million dollar pet rock. 'IH I A and I-Iiirnnniliao QQIVW w t David Egerton is seen creating the "Horned Monster." Children in the elementary classes are creating their wildest dreams with a simple pencil and paper. at ' I Mrs. Vaught's Music class writes compositions in class. Learning music history mixed with theory. Her classes come forth with joyful notes and aspir- ing songs that may lead us to a new Eddie Van Halen. Qfga Mrs. Keiioggs' Class sings it out in Music under the direction of Mrs. Sours. From strange and bizzare Halloween songs to new Christian anthems Music class is an adventure in sound. Music X 31 sw ,fx 'W - , I N' Y . al r 4, Q :M "x w - . . . 3 ,..,L, K. K W, ff-w ,W,,,, . EQLQQA ,.,, AE ,,.......g. MS S 35 .f ..,,., Ii., 'L,. ,,L, . 1,.?.1L.f.W A M., .. ,...,. , V It A . A U Q WORLD RECORDS 1.THE MOST DOOR Famgug FRAMES wean DOWN BY PEOPLE Sports HITTING THEM is 85 74 of which were 'Crabgrass done totally by Ryan Soccer' McConnell. Playing:The Red 2.Tl-lE Chiggers vs. The VOLLEYBALLS Socked Ankles STUCK IN THE 'Syrian Golf Classic' lvlomar K still playing his little games. CAII competitors eliminatedl 'Wobbleton Classic' John lvlclnrude vs. Rodney Dangerlield 'Kentucky Fried Derby' Blue Ribbon Winner' Mr. Ed . . . Jockeyed by: PeeWee Herman 32 f Physical Education CEILING is 42, all thrown by Doug White. Too bad the record for getting volleyballs down is ltim only 39. 3.Tl-lE MOST BASKETBALL NETS TORN DOWN AS A blti A 4 'WS-SOUGK and RESULT QF PEQPLE A X" Andrew Shaw having GRABBING THEM is f A -A b Aff' a ball in elementary 17. This incredible L. P-E record was set by 1 ' - l ZA' Stacy Whitehurst. S? I V 5 I-IQLA! QUE TAL? Senora Sohel has the big job of teaching Spanish to grades kindergarten to fourth and then Senora Williams takes the fifth through eighth grades. Bonjour, Cava? SaIut,Ies amis! Parle-vous francais ou espanol? Je m'appelle Bob. Je parle bien francais. J' est sympathique. 'Qin The Foreign Language Game "Hola" say the kindergarteners. The first graders learn names and more words. The second graders learn still more words. Their vocabulary Keeps growing and growing until they get to the point where they can begin to study the conjugations of verbs. And then, when they reach the famous Spanish Peak, they may choose to learn French. Lucky you get four great teachers! From Senora Sohel to Ms. Dodge, foreign language is just a barrel of words! WHEN GBEAT MINDS MEET tleft to rightj Mrs. Barbara Arabian, Mr. Corky Baird, Mrs. Paula Baker, Mr. Glen Barber, Mr. Frank Beers, Mrs. Libby Bigley. i.. . ,r.f my. MM, ,M af .- is ...assi i. ' w -X-, - '--f--- f 'M M -. , if 14 is ti vw ,..,.L. E i PI T BED i ft 1 rightl.Fr. Bob ri: .,.. . - Bosworth , Mrs. i S5213 rf ewsxfiiy 7 'Gif , Donna 't I d. i Q. C o iron,Mrs. L, Chiquita Costen. 4 p 4 Q ,, ,,...-ar' gi .',- ..., , ,. . 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I mean, you come to the last month of school and every student is aching to be outside and playing and DEFINATELY not interested in doing school work and yet as a teacher, May is still 25 days of teaching that includes finishing texts, final testing and readying the class for next year's Work." PICTURED ABGVE: Mrs. Judy Kellogg,Mrs. Nancy KIingbeil,Ms. Kathy La Master,and Mrs. Betty Loescher.Not Pictured here: Mrs. Fran Kerlin, and Mr. Clyde Magnuson. Faculty and Staff f 37 You, But When You're A Teacher, lt's Just Lite." - I fl fre y xx! , ,. I: - ff , 1 ii :22?f-I-.'fi"--wt Fws -- 't"i.fi misss-stiff-IM1255',fw2?fte2?flt2z2ftiffbi -hkk ,jgfj2'i'ipi'gQu- K g fs, ' ifEI,f"'fif' . S12 ' V. 1 Q. fi4vs1rfrefg,,gg,,ra4s?4 ,rlfsisiisnikigizfls -15,42g1,7:.V,,,.1,,,f ., g 1 ggi , li, f 'ig f.1.4-1,-gratrrqg fsg rgm . , .:- : .. -. my-fmt gg ww, J rszrprsffs-its ,,.. Vi ..,. . , .. 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Always There I-las Been a Dress-Code For Instructor Attire Gentlemen on our campus must wear ties and suits unless they cut grass, polish floors, or blow whistles in P.E women must wear hose, "Sunday-type" clothing unless they cut grass, polish floors, or blow whistles in P.E . . . in every role in life there are certain criteria for living. Students are not the only ones with regulations as to their personal freedom each morning when they get up. i' 'ill , ' ,1's51'.' VZ' 5 1' . 5 ,sw 5- .41 iiwiwfl A f Iftftfi ' V, xi X A KN X? , vmxhf-Qi? Q ku. g evefsffr Q ' Mrs. Whitehurst helps her students willingly through a new concept in reading. All Saints' instructors are blessed with remarkable patients and humor. Greeting each new lesson with freshness and creativity, Mrs. Montgomery V has a brilliant idea tor her students working on a text assignment for a soon-to-come science lab. 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Q 'fl E Q ii az as 'P ' V Q a 5' 1 fd it I , W A E , - A RW it fk ,pf M, rls Is A Big Campus With A Family Atmosphere ABOVE PlCTURED:Annamaria Shaw,Mrs. Michelle Smith, Gail Sodek, Mrs. Dolores Swlnnea.PlCTURED BELOW:Mrs. Karen Vaught, Mrs. Diane Wheat, Mrs. Sandy Whitehurst, Mrs. Doris Williams, Fr. John Worrell. Not Pictured: This page-Caren Walker, Trudy Welke, Molna Whitehouse, Mrs. Phyllis Van Allen, Mrs. Pam Sours, and Mary Anne Wood. L . . .te it 2 fi' ' f 9. .1 40 l Specialty Instructors ym 1.5 l i t i i 1-5, E 1. Spread Out "We live on a rather large campus. When a teacher asks me to run an errand here, I look at my watch automatically to see if I can get back to class before the bell rings. It takes five minutes of last walking to round-trip it from the High School to the Chapel office, two minutes to open my locker, and another 2 minutes to get to class with a certain amount of social con- tact. This means that to be really ON TIME, one must not run errands ten minutes before class is over." ' r .V,,,,. I I I W' Y .. . ,M WHAT A FACULTY Most people don't realize the REAL sense of family in All Saints'.Mrs. Michels has been at All Saints' for almost 30 years, acting as Pre-School teacher, Sunday School Director, Principal of the Elementary School and now to Director of Schools. If you want some history, ask her, But, within the walls of this same campus, family members of our Founding father, Rev. Canon DeWolfe also teach here. Mrs. Herndon, a long-time instructor here, is a verteran of All Saintsi Her mother, Mrs, Jones, taught school here many years ago and even ran the office for a few years before her daughter began teaching here. Infact, in writing this copy, I realize that I am obviously leaving out many people who have some other direct relationship to our campus and our lives. tWho ever you are, please don't get your feelings hurt. . . this is my own ignorancey Maybe this is why we feel that sense of "Mom and Dad" while at this school. General Staff f 41 . 9 . 0 ' . - f , - , . - W f - ' .0 - 'Ami U xv 1 - k Ga , . , y... , ' as . gif " , ms A . Q P Q. . 'Qui' O . . ou- ., Q Q w W - ' Q , ol I . A " ,X . B45 R his .s xx, , N. 5 L. . ws A M f A g . 1, . F W X , - W, vm Q . 0' r . k - ' . Q . 'N . . 4 mgf' , ' QS' . - . W, ., ' c ' - as f X H' W I Nga-avi in . 1 F . V ' '- " g V. ' MQW f A? Q S . . 's' AL " ff? K3 . . . . 0 1 my ' - in " ' ': . U 462' M - ff W . o im J gc U ' V A - 9 '- - f .M :- .225 I V , ' .Lg , 1' 4 W - , , My - 3 Q ,jk . g 1 ' '31, 3 . I ., - ' A ' .W Q, 6' A .UN R-my - I , . . . , Ayfywglmf. -g ' hw W 'N ' 5 - W 0 5 . L I , , w , F 1 , f v, A -5 . ,A A ' , Q- ' 2 . 2 as . X I . 0 . 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I-ligh School Honor Roll -'T 4 This years Middle School Honor Society:fin alphabetical orderj Whitney Baughman, Ashley Bell, Richard Benson, Stephanie Bolton, Elizabeth Bowie, Trey Brown, Marc Cavazos, Mark Chin, Courtney Clay, Jennifer Crawford, Brian Crumley, Laura Diggs, Michelle Dunagan, Robin Goin, Laura Grable, Colin Harvey, Kelly Haun, Elizabeth Hern- don, Justin Hoover, Kimberly Hughes, Lauren lvy, Anna Johnson, Kristen Kerbel, David Kinkaid, Houston Lane, Becky Miller, Julia Parmelee, Melissa Paul, Lisa Rimbey, Meredith Sims, Amy Smith, Shelle Smith, Shannon Taylor, Bud- dy Tierce, Shelley Watson, and Stacy Whitehurst. Who's on the High School Honor Roll?fin alphabetical orderj:Sylvia Arabian, Monica Beckley, David Egerton, Sybil Ehninger, Kim Epp- ing, Gordon Fitzgerald, Alison Hughes, Tommy Hughes, Daniel Jackson, Connor Kalista, Alex King, Jennifer Ringer, Diane Steinman, Matt Van Allen, and Adam Zimmer- mann. The High School Honor Boll consists of self-motivated students that work. The Student Judiciary Alex King and Sylvia Arabian, are the student representatives for the Judiciary Board. Mrs. Jackson and Dr. Fanning are the teacher sponsors for the Judiciary Board. Student Judiciary f 45 With the new school year c a m e n e w cheerleaders. Eight spirited girls were ready and waiting to pep us all up for the school year, the football games, the b a s k e t b a I I g a m e s a n d Grandparents Day. The best place to do this was at the pep ralIies,and when I say pep rallies I mean rallies with excitement. Mrs. P o ole , th e cheerleaders' coach says,"l love it! They are great to work with and I'm very proud of them." Three cheers for J e n n i f e r C h a m b e rs - Capt., Lindsey Clinard, Amy Smith, Stephany Bolten, Teresa McKay, Trudy Skiles, Amy Clark, and Lucy Weber, our 1987 cheerleaders. 46 f Cheerleaders I-IEERLEADEFIS Hopefully wishing for Cheerleading in her future, Amy Calloway, a fourth grader in Mrs. Craven 's class looks anxiously ahead to her Middle School and High School days. WTI' J F .,Sgi5,5f,,fg.fy Q51 .. N ,t.s.-.Mu A ,wr ,-vf 1. leseffswfi' 11 -- -mmm 53.Yf:5ii5iess1?eiaifesi4f mmf' fi -. WA-, .-tw. 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Through the year they take on special pro- jects which are more accelerated to match their level of artistic skills. . . . and Computer Club The Computer Club is a group of students united for the purpose of studying TRS- 80 computers. Sponsored by Mrs. Meyer, our resident computer whiz. The club meets several times a month to put together programs and learn new things, This year's computer club included: Jennifer Stevens, Kim Stevens, Marti Glasco, Eliot Kerlin, Natalie Chin, Dalena Morse, Hope MacFarline, Michelle Ogle, Kimberly Madeja, Crystal Freed, Cameron Moates, John Sohel, Maura Williams, Logan Tomlinson, Elizabeth Funk, Jason Krouse, Talia Meyers, Todd Love, Colby Brown, Jennifer Cooke, Melissa Dunagan, Anna Ciraci, Adam Arabian, Marc Cisco, Junaid Ahmad, and Andria Williams. ES Students who were qualified for this year's Honors Art program included Montie Hale, Angie Smith, Krista Nicholson, Haley Matthews, Ann Kin- caid, Marcia Brown, Matt Jackson, Nicole Cavazos, Suzi Pinson, Kari Peterson, Devin Pugh, Elizabeth Liv- ingston, Kelly Humble, Anne Loffland, Brooke Ulrickson, Boland Hollis, Eric Maberry, and Kevin Darville. 'Q HIGH SCI-IOGL GOVERNMENT President, Matt DeLeon, is luckily accom- panied by such hard- workers as Andrea Beckner-iTreasurerj and Brian Poole-iSecretaryJ. Connor Kalista-Qlfreshman V.P.J, and Kim Epping- lSophomore V.P.Q chime in to pull-off some really great social times. Several activities are often used to raise funds. King and Queen of the day is a common activity. Students buy tickets for themselves and other people to go in- to a drawing. When the drawing is made, the winn- ing students recieve a non-uniform day, crowns, and lunch provided by members of the student council. The lunches range from roast beef 8t ding dongs to cookies 81 MooShiPork. 50 f Student Council This year's student council, as hard as it is to believe, has accomplished a lot considering the resources that they were given. They started with a budget right down there at zero. Now l believe it is it is much higher now. What is their secret??'?? They began the program by recycling cans and selling calendars ,am W- Q' STUDENT COUNCIL V im ,r lvliddle School Government h l l A i 4 Ashley Bell leads a meeting in the science lab. Y John Ray, as many Stu- dent Council folks know, has to mix quick lunches with important meetings. P During campaign time, Trey Brown stops to pose for the "lime light." Pres.-Ashley Bell, V.P.Boys-John Flay, V.P.Girls-Elizabeth Bowie, Sec.-Trey Brown, and Trees.- Shelly Ferguson are the officers of this year's Student Council. Class Fieps. for 6th Grade are Natalie Chin, and Michelle Ogle. 7th Grade Reps. are Stephanie Bolton, Brian Crumley, and Kris Meyer. Eighth Grade Reps. are Lee Palvadore, Jenny Crawford,and Jed Richards. TEENS IN ACTION World breaking news is reported by staff members in the Middle School under their advisor, Mrs. Van Allen. P fTop rowJBrian Bigley,Ryan McConnell, David Kincaid, Mrs. Van Allen,Lee Palvadore, 81 Mike Cleveland.fFiow TwolHeather Hildebrand,Meredith Simms,JuIia Parmelee,Anna Johnston,Melissa Paul,Jennifer Crawford, Suzanne Dike,Lindsey CIinard,Fiobin Goin, Whitney Baughman,Alecia Flaper, Shelle Smith, and Lauren lvy. it Snooping Reporters in Training, the Sixth Grade got very involved in Newspaper production in i986-87. Pictured are of the following news- worthy folks: fE3ottom rowJNataIie Chin, Elizabeth Funk, Kim Stevens, Kim Madeja, Nikki Watson, Katie Hendrix , Andrea Rowe, Justin Vahrenkamp, John Sohel. CROW Twol:Mrs. Van Allen, Adam Arabian, Todd Love, Thomas Blanton, Paul Kerlin, Logan Tomlinson, Amy Moreman, Kristen Shea, Shannon Clark, Hope MacFarline.fTop Rowj:Matt Handley, Andrea Williams, Cameron Moates, and Jason 52 f Newspaper Krouse' NEWSPAPER STAFFS '-r'r' " - , , . , High School news publications were sponsered by Mrs. Shaw this past year. Pictured here in a journalistic pose of repose are: Jennifer F2inger,Connor Kalista, Derika Ford, Mike McKiethen, Bret Lefler, and Mrs. Shaw. Although the newspaper inserts were sparse on occasion, the talent in this group of writers would spin Ernest Hemmingway's brain! l -l 1 l YEARBDDK STAFFS We computerized this year, causing the word TECHNOLOGY to become a dirty word! The High School Staff members are: Editors, Sylvia Arabian, and Brain Poole, Layout, Alex King, Copy, Connor Kalista, Business, Sybil Ehninger, Photo Orga.,Monica Beckley, Production, Adam Zimmer- man, Photographers and Darkroom, Matt Van Allen,and Tiffany Myers, Index, Kim Epping. A High School Editors, Sylvia Arabian, and Brain Poole find their way through a deadline. As a part of Yearbook training, Brian Pierce, an advertising genius, talks to the staff. Middle School Editors, Houston Lane, Stacy Whitehurst, and Michelle Dunagan are quick to spot the needs of a layout. Middle School Staff members: Editors,Houston Lane, Stacy Whitehurst, and Michelle Dunagan,Layout,Melissa Paul, Copy, Jeff Luther and Grant Dickerson,Cropping, Scott Bloemendal, Produc- tion, David Kincaid, Business and Index, Laura Diggs, Photo Organization, Liz Brown, Julia Parmelee, and Brian Bigley, Graphics, Lauren Ivy, Photography and Darkroom, Lee Palvadore, Meredith Simms. 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' , 4, ' ' ' - s- ., Af. , A V. Q . ' , . :' . , I 1 1 o 7 4 1 f f A x pecial Events Section f xx'., 1 l illllOOOOOO0000000000llIOOIOOIOOCOOOOIOOICOOOOOCOIOOOOOOIOCOOOIOII P Blake Baird, Ashley Davis, and Jacqueline Doylesenjoy their fChrisflsnas day as Frostie the Snow Man. V Josh Harbuch and s Avlsha Hencliazad are stuffing themselves on candyqlb Chad Lemons has been be-witched by Laura s Lee. Holidays tv, 56 f Holidays l A Erin,Banks dr:-illlls the banner that her class ssl doingfor Chrlstmlassg Thef classes alldo things on ss s , holicglays especially Christmas, Easter, and 5 ooooooooooooooooooul l 4 Kelly Marin and Sarah Davenport sing in their music books the songs that go to which ever holiday it happens to be. Y 4 Rae Lorimer looks over her loot that she got for 57 X Holidays oooooooooooooooooooooooocooqoooooooooooooooou Musically Speaking " ' ' ' I i ,,. ..,,... n..L. . ,. , .W .,,,. , , M . px ag555,fyezgegg-fzfixKzgshfgffilgsg-Qyeggef'lfwfezgzffsHg5hfk,:ifes2gfgggeggiggiiesasezgig551151, ..,, f , f'ff'f'5?5"".' F ffkfiiff fwivii 537 A 51 ' iiwff- , , x A.,, M M, A.,, ,M M, ,w,,.,,, 'T 1 ff,2,'fw,-1 n,:4.,,:-,ffl Q it -11 ,Jw ,ff A.., 4:31-,JW fm-mf? 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In the it Lower School many of the grades go on field trips at various times of y the year. so f ALPS a Trips ALPS IN Kctiolii' FIELD TRIPS The Seventh grade went to FOSsil Rim this year and looked for crustations from the Paleolythic era. As they sit in t their ciyrcleiand receive instructions the thought of finding a rare fossil is a hope ' ofthe student, majority t i KIM GRANDPARENT s DAY P Grandparents are greeted by Mrs. Van Allen. V Jeff Needham and Trey Brown enjoy a day out to lunch for a Saints' Day. V P Brian BiQley's eyes cross as he finishes histooke, Wi. ,. , ,l "A' fia- r'W1 YZ? at Grandparents Day 81 St. 's Da Guest Authors Melissa Paul with Mr. Gilbert after his program. y P T fr liz iitiii r i. .. xr?" " 3. Scarbooker-Faire Arrives! Stephen Sethi picks out a book at the fair. Bookfair Choices to Make People in Mrs. Klingbeil's class view the books. Candy Sale Time Mrs.Lane, PTO Treasurer, helps with the candy sale. Blessing ofthe Pets Kia Epping and Heath Lindley have pets blessed. Story Time Lindsey Hildebrand 81 Kassidy Kerbel love story-time. 62 X Special Events '87 e ii T l if t 51 Citi. L e :AFM lib '59 :YT .hi yinusjyi A Q Y f 1534, .I .,n,J-tm., Q, N , f CQ. ff' P26555 Q-iLn"7' 1 qi Qilkgvy V. c . 4- g'Y,f' ' ' , , A 23, 1 vi Ee- 5 tif M tlrr .-t-i . ii,, i I Canned Food Drive Before Thanksgiving we gathered more food for the poor than we ever imagined. Art Displays From Heiroglyphics to macabre Halloweeen art the display case was always full. "1 L . ww !f'f?f.'K'.Z1Qi , "Qs - 1 ',:.5,.Qj . K I I i , ,-ly-t,. ,3' ' '1 3' ff 1, fx 'li' - ' . 515257 Riffs: Q5 tw- , 1 A 'Q if t Mid-Term Blues Taking the Tests Checking Notes Betore Richard Bourland 81 Brian Bigley John Sohel and other Sixth graders the Second Exam organize notes for exams ahead. take their Math exams. Claire Kalista checks her J notes beforeetiztlfing another D t Non-Uniform Day? Jason Jones,alias Jimmy Hendrix, takes non-uniform days seriously. X ,f Non-Uniform Day! Elizabeth Livingston 81 Holly Hill out of uniform. Paying to Dance the Night Away Dance!BaIIoons!Crepe Paper! D.J.'s Meet the Requests Hope MacFarline 8. Melissa More popular than dancing is "Who lost a contact?" or Dunagan pay Mr. Barber at the M.S. balloon breaking at M.S. dances. is this a duck walk dance. dance! Special Events'87 X 63 I S Q5 f ag in 5 Q I 3 5 , , , , W 1 , . , 5 ' ' v 2 I 5 . ' . , 53 . f - ' 5 - - as Q , , ,ig . ,Y . . a . s 2 4 .gg , 2 ' Q ' 5 Sf YS 1 , , 35 4 Z Q ' ' A Q A fa. , ,- 'v Q ' 'J' 4 ' 528121, 2 - Q5 ' ' Q , 2 if . , . f ' ' , M - . ,Kr Q - ' ' ,,, i .1 . are v M ' "xr M.. - ' ' .Q 9 wfgg. S .1 , ,Qing V ,Q 'Q' , Qi N b Qi: 5 ' ' u ml? W . . , " Asa fs 4 L WS 6' 7 S P Q . - , v Q Q l - A fax Q - . , ,, . ff, Q, W ' V 1 , J Q 1 f -R' :---':'2:"- , 4 ' L v . . , . 'D . .V IQ 4' . ' " f n, J ' 9 ' 'wx '03 o . .' ' ' 7' Q H ' ' . 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Walking from the court 4 Caren Walker, the team's coach gives a word of encouragement to Diane Steinman,Andrea Beckner,Alicia Taylor, and Sybil Ehninger. Spirit, ,spirit Andrea Beckner and Jennifer Ringer keep their spirits up. f5252325E5253525552535E5iii?E5?E5E5E5E5E5E55E5E55'4 . 1 --tggg5555555gfgggsggsgeg55555255555525555555555255 V 4 41- Volleyball - Middle School "We heard someone say that we were a winning team, and we took it seriously." Team members:lBack Howl Allicia Flaper, Lisa Ftimbey, Kristie Shea,Flobin Hathcock,Courtney Clay, Becky Miller, Jennifer Flinn, and Jen- nifer Tandy with Coach LeMaster. lFront Howl Shannon Sampson, Shelley Watson, Ashley Bell, Ashley Crockett, and Dionne Brown. P Tennies squeeking bring alive the tension during a V.B, game. Allecia Ftaper, at close net, awaits her chance to volley. 4 Shannon Sampson, Shelley Watson, and Robin Halfcock ready-up for a big win. P After a sweaty game, Jennifer Flinn, Ashley Bell and Becky Miller "air-out" on the play- ground bridge. 4 Kristi Shea and team members await the refs' call on a return shot. as A fgf Mi le 'l o l F otb ll T am C Let's hear it for this year's Middle School Football Team l Football players this year included: lFront Row, l- rl Marc Cavazos, Stacy Whitehurst, Matt Johnson, Trey Brown, Jeff Needham, Matt Craine, Brian Crumley, Richard Benson. lSecond Rowl Chris Meyer, Tommy Ringer, Trey Brown, Lee Polvadore, Robbie Alsbrooks, John Crumley, Ryan McConnell, Isaac McCarter, Clayton Hudson. lBack Rowji Michael Wright, Joel Trott, Josh Moore, Richard Hajovsky, Holland Walsh, Philip Closuit, Trey Newman, Jed Richards, and Jeff Hawkins. Coaches Peek and Everett led this year's team to a great season. They had an exciting victory over Cistercian, winning by an incredible score of fourteen to nothing. Coach Peek is really big on everybody getting to play. He believes that team spirit and learning to work well witheothers comes from the various levels of talent on the field all playing at the same time. He does not like the idea of "strings" in M.S. football. 68 X Football - Middle School X l t 1 l J' Ti hool Footbal Team Here is our High School football team. Let's here it for: lBack Row I-ri Coach Heatherington, Charles Karsh, Chad Woodson, Rob Brown, Michael Hartman, and Mr. Barber. lMiddle Rowj Todd Petty, Brian Ross, Chris Renaud, Jason Price, Lance Saunders. lFront Rowi Adam Zimmermann, Gordon Fitzgerald, Matt Van Allen, Jonathon Grubbs, and Jeffrey Heatherington. The first season for our High School football program was a brave beginning for all involved. Not enough pre- practice time, and adjustment to playing teams with much older and bigger guys worked against us this year, but next year, with older players and more people to be on the team, our outlook is bright and positive. GO A.S.H.S. Football in the '87 Fall season! ug! wpxl N Hide 1 5 A T Ei' T 4 4 Heath Lindley takes a Lf E1 water break. 4 A man is down and the Saints rush to the scene to save the day. A Trudy Skiles and Teresa McKay cheer on the victorious team. A Ryan MoConnel and Trey Brown make a lead block for their running back. 4 The Middle School gets ready for their arch-rivals, the Falcons! Y Coach Peek gives the players a pep talk. Q f V? L 1 71 . 11-t....u -up- SPIRIT Middle School Soccer 95- srl. A Chris Meyer, Houston Lane, and Richard Hajovsky offer a pre- game prediction: All Saints over Greenhill by one goal. P Joel Trott and Isaac McCarter don 't seem to be quite as optimistic. P Adam Brown goes in for the score against Pantego Christian. Y ln yet another convincing victory, All Saints' scores a goal against a bewildered St. Vincent's. . . Gettin' Our Kicks From Soccer and Learning To Use Cur Heads Y This year s Middle School Soccer Team included fbottom FOWQ Jeff Needham, Adam Brown, Ryan McConnell, Richard Hajovsky, Buddy Tierce, Chris Meyer, Matt Johnson. ftop FOWQ Coach Mike Brown, John Crumley, Houston Lane, lsacc McCarter, Phillip Closuit, Brian Beckner, and Joel Trott. Most folks around campus are quick to admit that this year's team was the best ever. .f-1 u .1 I-ligh School Soccer P Brian Poole and his "Happy Feet" perfect skills during a practice. One never knew from which angle this year's team would attack you next. l - tff C3 j it m.., L aa c l tall 1'3" , FMR 1 3 .N-3 .,.. +1 W W X . is -A fl ,Q ..SZw-,- S i. A 2, ix K - X .V K R Q Wg - ,, M K , Q 'f , I' if X, A . X if 2554954 45 'I "" i f ' W ' A .. E ,i l , , 1 if , W ay, X '- ' ff ix pg, f Q: f .A X' Q 1. K I . kv J V,.L A watt' sg E! 2 I W . ' Jem. 'xii K. -.4'5i1fMf "WW" -' " Q rf ' Q. K . ,, Q ' 1 Q E Ee' If f . . iii. 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They include tin alphabetical orderj Dale Baird, Travis Bogard, Michael Crump, Skye Grayson, Jeff Guarniere, Christian Hildebrand, Dusty Hill, Courtney Junge, Christopher Kent, Patrick Lane, Matt Maben, Seph Shaw, Ryan Stow, Trent Tullous, Shannon Walker, Mark Warner, and Edward Welke. Now here is our under twelve team. They are fFront row Q David Ross, Roland Hollis, Adam lsbell, John Pipes, Patrick Gatelly, Matt Cornelius, Will Churchill, Doug Lorimer, and tBack row 1 Coach Ross, Jonathan Brown, Chris Jackson, Brian Boyd, Buddy Brock, ?, Mark Wilson, and Paul Kerlin. :PUNT E Y 7th Grade BB:iTop Howl Colin Nix Brian Waits Michael Wright Len Callaway Mark Gill.lBottom Rowl Brain Crumley John Ray Richard Benson Mark Cavazos. 4 Michael Wright hurries down court. P Will the ball go in or not? lt did, after reeling around the rim a 4' 41, X I I I I , I I I . fix ENN 35 MNT 1 .-:-14:-3.5.1.g.g.3.g.3.3.5.1.3,5.3.3.:.3.5.4 GIRLS' BA KETBALI. 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I - 5 1 . . 1 f 80 X Sophomore Class Seeming like an ENDANGERED SPECIES, Heath Lindley, a tenth grader enjoys his Study Hallflireetime either in the resource room or in the art room."The 'Fishies' may feel like they're more popular because they outnumber us, but just remember, we're l3lGGEFll" . fy, -.1 Z , , 6 .ha + 2 i 41. Qifjhlu ai Ka , -lv im. f 4 Kim Cochran, in a dramatic interpretation of her grade on the first English composition, David Egerton, using Medieval symbolism in his sculptures, begins the carving of an evil spirit. P The Sophomore class is the newest and oldest group all at the same time this year. But, small numbers means lots of personal attention, allowing each student the time to know all of their teachers and classmates closely. 4 Rob Brown searches his locker for the elusive homework papers. oo"ii .. 'ms fb 7 .. in . 5 k S E + l' .t . ' t ,l.t W., S ff 1 .- .yy , ' W-.. -Q.. ' ' L, ,C 4- - 4 Kim Cochran and Andrea Beckner listen intently as "Mr, Hamburger" explains the newest food offerings as A.S.H.S. Something eatable at school? Andrea Beckner Rob Brown Kim Cochran David Egerton Kim Epping Derika Ford Guy Johnson Heath Lindley Blake Mcivlonicle Tiffany Myers Chris Renaud Chad Woodson Sylvia Arabian Monica Beckley Lanie Brittain Meg Cayret Matt De Leon Freshman Class of i990 : A De cade Of Quality Sybil Ehninger Gordon Fitzgerald Jonathan Grubbs 82 X Freshman Class Michael Hartman Scott Hornick Alison Hughes Tommy Hughes Daniel Jackson Jason Jones Bret Lefler Carrie Jaurez. Connor Kalista Charles Karsch Alexander King Suzette LaFeur ' 'a S S , My --w-wma, 1 if .t 1 EL of Fish in the Sea or Life A Anticipating Billy Idols new release, Jason Price ponders the thoughts of the album. 4 Lanie Brittain does her famous immitation of Madonna. 4 lt looks as if Alicia Taylor and Kim Cochran are practicing their tryout for the "The Pee Wee Herman Show". .gpm-3' 1 AZA' vi., .. I f Qf ps " ' . 4 Michael Hartman, in deep meditation, contemplates amoebas under his fingernails. A Sybil Ehninger, Monica Beckley, and Alison Hughes formulate a chemical compound for a new Hair MousefDesert Topping. They hope' to have it available at Skaggs by Summer-break. Freshman Class X 83 FRESI-IIVIAN Jennifer Mansfield Todd Petty Brian Poole Jason Price Jennifer Ringer Brian Ross Angela Rutherford Lance Saunders Natasha Sholdra Diane Steinman David Stepp Alicia Taylor Corey Toups Jenni Travino Matt Van Allen Doug White Adam Zimmerman Jason Blanton 84 X Freshman Class Serving Novv for the Future -K , . -W What we have here is a college of people not listening, people sleeping or people getting caught sleeping or not listening. Attention! Not all of these photos were taken in a science related classroom. ew " " 'f HQ ' sms Q Q r The Freshmen Class consists of thirty-eight ofthe finest minds ever produced from any school ever.I am a freshman, surprise you? I hope that my ,position as one has no bearing on the copy that is being produced. ' Freshman Class X 85 LIFE IN THE HIGH NEW SCHOCDI. The Rooms, the Halls, and the Ugly lheh hem. 4 Dericka Ford tries to keep a straight face after spotting a photographer. A Jimmie Hendrix made an appearance at school, "Jimi" said Jason Jones told him to show as f High s 'I M 2 Q I if , 'N- 4 Daniel Jackson and Michael Hartman are in an unaware daze . . . Y Sylvia Arabian, Mrs. Gooch and Alex King frolic in joy.lJoy?j 4 Adam Zimmermann, Michael Hartman and Connor Kalista escape in the school bus after the famed Chef Boyardy Incident. Stream of conscienceness news:. . . Iepreonan . . Friday is atest . . . Did you BUY that nose? . . can we try that last verse again? . . . Com'ere KALISTA . . . ariba tu nombre, BURROW man Burrow . . .gaFiY,gaRY,gaFiY . . . do not slam your books on the floor. . . the Battle of Arbela is like afootball game . . . Hartman be quiet . . . What ever you do to a problem you must do the same thing to both sides. AQ, 'L Wu, i High School Life X 87 WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE . . WWW' ' '- W my spit BABE' Gmtta l feaf CO LIFE I Jll THICK!! Who am I? And what GROUP?-1. Millions of Dead Cops SONG?-1. Next Time l Fall in Love 2. Bangles 2. lWill Follow 3. Beach Cows 3. Nazi Punks XXXX XXX Honorable Mention: Barry Manilow and the High Honorable Mention: Theme to the Beverly Five Hillbillies VIDEO?-1. Walk Like an Egyptian SHOE?-1. Converse 2. Sledgehammer 2. Polo 3. MTV is stupid 3. Lance's left shoe Honorable Mention: I don't have cable. Honorable Mention: Up-to-the-hip rubber booties SUBJECT IN SCHOOL?-1. Sex Ed. huh? AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITY?-l. Outercourse 2. Study Hall 2. Sunbathing on I-30 West 3. Yearbook f English 3. Sleeping Honorable Mention: the hall Honorable Mention: Screaming at Senior Citizens SPORT?-1. Soccer CAB?-1. Porche 2. Volleyball 2. B.M.W. 3. Kick Boxing 'ala raw 3. Mercedes Honorable Mention: Vomiting for Distance Honorable Mention: 1968 Vista Cruiser MOVIE?-1. Stand By Me RADIO STATION?-l. O102 1102.13 2. Platoon 2. KNON 490.99 3. Top Gun 3. EZ100l100.1l Honorable Mention: Attack of the 50' Woman Honorable Mention: Flex Your Plex l99.9l 88 f High School Survey MOST LIKELY TO . . . -fi V Replace Ozzy Ozborn in a bat- eating contest in 199O."Come on mates, give me one of those hairy barn dudes to crunch upon," screams Michael Hartman. P . . . Open a cheap French restaurant without ever going abroad:Adam Zimmer- man 81 David Stepp. V . . . Open a Nails + shop: Suzette LaFleur, JoAnna Smiddy, 81 Lanie Brittain. 4 . . . Star in future films by Ed Wood Jr and John Watersg alias PINK FLAMINGOS, PLAN NINE FROM OUTER SPACE.Connor Kalista bears his lids for all to see, but can he? 8 I-In h School and It's 4 Kim Epping does what all high school students do after school, P One of the first new High School students was the Copperhead snake. Although this is a non-discriminatory school, we still killed the sucker before he had a chance to pay activity fees. lt's Basket Head! Jason Price at Hallo- ween. Costumes were worn by most, and originality outdid most of the Elementary School outfits this year.Of course, Target doesn't sell Carebear costumes in adult sizes, either. A lt's the Giggle Club! Bob Brown, Kim Epping 8, Kim Cochran. E f" 1 b.. E , K tv. 11, . Y K' . , .gt fl:-Sfig 1 7 -,QM I 1 1 V- df- .1 J rs . -- 'fini Q 434 JN N, .,. Q ' , ,, I, ' LV.x , QAA. Q.. gg, , ,, J .' '- , - ,-Q, A. - , ., , . Ai ' '7' , -5-hx S -1 J 'ffl . ' 'T 1 I - 0 t r I '- s. i t y yt, ..t. Q, The latest thing in the High School . . . well, actually it's ALL new. The students find all the Journalism, Art, English, History, French, Spanish, Sports, P.E., Biology, GPS, Algebra,and Geometry courses all are challengingg but the work all pays off in the end. The students enjoy most of their day on campus: there 's a nice mix of different personalities and all students seem to get along with each other. I-IAPPENINGS 7 A - Q Y Connor Kalista glares at the computer. "Why can't this ' ,5. K .v, thing spell words without me having to look them up!" t' t t i Connor exclaims, as he searches the Spelling dictionary 3 529 one more time. P Daniel Jackson rushes to get the correct B l 'i 'i book for biology. "Hey, I don't want to cut up a pig with a History book as a guide!" 'F '.L'..""""y" And here is our Sophomore class! They are: Guy Johnson, Kim Cochran, Rob Brown, Kim Epping, and Andrea Beckner. Now shall we ask what Rob Brown is doing? These will be our first Senior graduates in 1989. Some people were returning All Saints' students, others are experiencing being a part of our family for the first time. Being the oldest in a family is sometimes hard to handle, but they help to set the pace for future All Saints' High students. f 91 92 f Midq ln the Seventh grade, Betty Brook and Dionne Brown talk in the science lab while Julia Konopka and Shannon Olson com- pare notes. Shortly after school Elizabeth Bowie and Laura Grable discuss the day and make plans with their friends. ln the Eighth grade, Mrs. Vaught's music class leaves for Seventh Period. W "Towards Christmas time, eighth grade. We added up Tl-IE SURVEY SAYS . . . we took a survey of the those bizzare results, and The favorite food is pizza, and the favorite topping was pepperoni. l'The Cosby Show" has a terrific rating in the 8th grade, with "Moonlighting" and "Growing Pains" tied for second place. Unfortunate- ly, we needed more subjects to ask about. No one thought the grass around the l-ligh School would make it, nor has anyone ever heard of the temperature in the Middle School going above 63" when it is cold and below 94" when it is hot. Among the Eighth Graders, the covered sidewalks have a bad reputa- tion. According to them, not one has less than three leaks, and none do their jobs effectively when it rains! Alas, right when we were almost finished, we thought of a subject that we could write more on . . . lockers. One person has never rigged their locker, one person has a semi-organized locker, and NOBODY'S locker is free of writing. Frankly, the answers surprised us. We thought EVERYBODY had rigged their locker." l ,.tS zgrffi ,f',f",g 757 A A v ' , Jr, Q , .,. K it Lab' r .,VVfrrvi.jraixEL is .. j A fi. T51 . , ilk I .,. . I 1. .-L. i i m is-1- al Wmwsmm--ffm, -.-rf.-.fem-fQf,t l f 11-11. - muqmmmwnn infey X 93 . A :V s , F j i EL Liil JK fu i . ' 'z I , X m fg" '19, a Q I 5 . , n 0 X, iv. N Mg: 552 ' mme, 15251: Q 5235, Robbie Alsbrooks .. Whiihey Beughmeh Brian Beelfher i Ashley Bell Briahi igiey Seett Bloemhehdal ' Hifi ,,-:vii '4 K X , , . ,. 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Q ww W M Q W 5 531521 41 fr 1 Nvfim -wiv, 5 im sf Q Vfgigisre John Crumley Nj f Eightgg-Prade Class f 95 ' 2 fi -Z : .121 iw- V - V K - . --.Sf K V ,X l G rantDickQfsor1 Laufb Diggs SusannQ Dike , 4 . T' ffm .V Wszrsfgf-g+m1z ' A 4-1551: A552 vs 6 f ' fin-- 'iifss' 0 'fzyfk 3124. N 4:5 h fs,-ii ff' 1- X k " Mrchelie Q obm Goin Ll AuQ Col!QgfHaryey,f 5? fvg fit. Q . a ,Af 1-J A M W Keuwaun U HeamerHndebrand Mikel-iill' f fy MW' ' , ' W 2 ' Q A , in E: ' gem ' 4 Q2 .RG .ir Q3 w ,. as 9' 2: 3 Def A5525 " 5345? 96 f Eighth Grade Class Q E fs QV, fs Q83 , is? W if? fa i 'Z v ' P11 93124 1, 42 ew wk U Q 5. ,, '4-Sq, MZ! . u E19 4: S in A? w 1 ' f B Q 5 ' ' ew V2 m 6 ,S 4 l2 . 0 A Q - W W 2 fp ' ' ' Q w Labrenlvy Egswepdydohnsey W ilvlatwohnsom SM Q A -1 , N- A , 45952554 Y . ' ' ' WE Y ' WMS: ,, -., , w5,,L,, M M. H . W' . 1 AWG H ' X ' if V gf Q Q M. . . g f D zgrwwa Johmitom 5 Daxgdwncald W Houston Lane Q3 1 f I a 4 4 ew rg fa b ,. 2 Q ,, S' 'Q 'Q Amy Lewis Jeff Luthef I A , Isiab McCarter , f ,Q X , 4, Q Eighth Grade Class X 97 Q Q R 4--1 'viii' 5 Hfyahf MQCorgrjelil L shhos , r Stacey McKay? r Josh Moore s . G A? r fe I I Jeff Needham W Trey Newman Julia Parmelee Si 1 I N Melissa Paul Lee Palvadore Allecia Raper 98 X Eighth Grade Class L' , f 'iragfirisf ,fyfiirff ,, I wg? .fb lv ,pgfs-rl. , .Um 5, ,fe , .. V g,a55Qw . ,, - V . A, N. 'r , A . .1321 Richardsl A, , l WlllSbhutts ggfqfiis? ' H- H , by ,, W gif , lf ' , km Y, , D T313 2, 2: me-4, A01 , ww. , rigvgv-ea 1 Sis 'X A ,A fs QS sassy r , U w Meredrtlbgggvsagir P Arrgy agfffifhr Shelle Smith an xwf2fQ "W '21 , W .. bw .. v,.. , QM ,.,,, , ,W s Www -VH X Joel Trott Holland Walsh Carlton White Eighth Grade Class X 99 Y' . lx Stacy Whitehurst Ron Williams Laura Diggs shows off her braces. Mr. Deane Mrs. Jones Mrs. Montgomery Mr. Barber Mrs. Michels: Director of schools. 100 f Eighth Grade Class 6 3 S M Wg? MMM Q QQQW K ' mmgydwm- 'Qt' :F WW is 6,06 5 is-ilymqw JWXWWW fm MQZEQQM WAV C' n mmcgfugmb My ML , mms M 6555 S , I S s ' -1- . Q Z r . x ,, ' fb J Q Q A . C M 7 5 , ' ,W s X s I 4 XM' W1 Q -s u u E l If .sz A9 Q 5, I 'J 4 ZW 3 ,W bbw . , ff A Kuo A. ., R SN DM A X x N L 3 l l i4 5, 'I V j l 5 XJJ k X0 2 ' L ' X nv' vip Q ' ?hl f L 5 X Q NX t x .X ,f -5 ? , xr I b "l said, no way to being in the next olimpiosg l mean I 'H things, l'll get back to you. . efmfif 'l'm thinking about deep as "Lemonade, again? l'm pretty puckered up from the last bottle of that stuff." A "I said oheese,and nowl oan't get my lips down". P "We repre- sent the lollipop guild, the Lollipop Gang, the Lollipop Gang. . . " 'Am M2 "Ready to go c a m p i n g folks!" "Howdy ,bucker-oos" -Q ag-:Ist "l am so pleased to ao- cept this Academy "When they pull this thing out l scream a lot. " dancing is a blast. Do you like my new party dress?" g zur, A f Awardg l'd like to thank iv d ' ' Q I ,?5"Q y Q 552532 ' L tv 2 , 54 ' uv , , V,-4,1 -. V - , .zona as A "You may not realize it, but l 'm still quite a swinger". A "l 'm going to ask ALL the girls to dance". ing a lovely quality in girl, I 've heard into 102 1 Eighth Grade Class "Shyness is concider- ! ! ! r ! ! ! ! if !X. M!?4,Mg Xb A "Did you ask me a question?" "Who wants to know?" A "Hey, guys, what's happening?" - "Gee, I o'on't know, but it looks like fun to me." A "Can l have a doggie biscuit?" - "No, but l came from a lamily ol Coneheads-you should 've seen what we ate! - "Do you know what happened the lirst time I ate a balloon?" P "This is a hold-upg I mean it . . . hand over all of your twinkiesi" 'Q' i iolii, 'H ii' 'i i i i . A . . 1 A "l've always been this cute!" 0 "Some guys have all the luck . . . l've had to ! work for my good looks!" - "You guys stop lookin' at your pretty faces, let's Change our gear and go sailing. " P "While you all go sailing, l'm going to eat my peas, and then my O's, and then my. . . " OUR OWN!!! Efgfifh Gf39!Q1Q!??13?f C5703 A tw-Sis I could fly." ramsrhf. t' 'Ys211S2r9i'f2t -2 H2215 uv L' is 4- K -rztfseifspfzgsszifs'sfiisswt mffr, f557Wl5f'75'3hiiTfL .ft 'z'3?f1fif'52.f"2m:fZti53ts?"'5f"k ' " rgaafmiessgas 355 ww!-swgssfgg-g A-mm, R t ,. , M, 6.3 .,,X. , sw' gs- eff'Wm:1.1,,:,f-kfsii, 1 M. 'Fi t:1"'?f2i,.. rf" and CAS.. - X fi" gs, " , ,, ' ww, . , , ,L c-.:.g:4:z,.fs,s.w'- rmewftt-tw1Q?3 nglggfgiuga f in if-yinftmaeiai,fzfgwm-w sails, ww" ,, Waggtsgfrt- r , "The Two Amigos" plan their future. 5, we OK?" sf . ,. , fm , 5, 51,,:,r,gtfZa i. imgf,g1k5g15Q1LfStA-Mrt.:-1 fy f f , 7 .,r'i1"l1 'L?ffa4zqi1rf'ter' ffl-WISE 94??1f5':t4WFiaf2ti'?.ii1i?2E3S'EA55tf'lfi7'f9?3fi,ie ' ' ' "LLf""',fV.3Ffeflli'fiY 'viii S51 iw-'wrrzvfflvt 53'?:?tii"ii'25721f'nsVt2zf:!Ei SE5Dlia1vtez,:::I M. , , l grow up, l be a nuclear physicist, af"-mp' 4 H' I 4"' , M, my tx Z 7 mx , .Y-waM..,A.2, .,,,Llzfii,lf??'L ,wi Et. J 4 fan" .1 -W. 5liiifZf3"357Fi5f-51HFSEQQLQESE Airs 'WWA' K ,,, if . .ffffsf , A-ti-,tswrwM,Hn,mtna,M,,.Qs ,gg 0- 1 QF? ff" V 5'--flifiitfiii,Iiilifjf 135: :f,jZ.31gf3f' 4393155 music. " A "Let me hear some ot that Rook 'rt Roll Nz 1-9.,..pV A53 gl ZQCSW "I-lere's the plan . . . ,first we'll alltmfgt at WW V i,l,l the Club and then A , . A "l've hat on, Let's go!" A ixy 6795 my s K ww 5: W 43 r g ,W Q? 4 ,I i.., H fb it . "Wo someone send outwgifmt ltgfeund three trillion ,Easter Would gsfffg -ff 11 -HW' rr wifi r M , Domitgpes? this year! m r .,t.t Agzewt' , ix tl iw' fff' fa Z , Zeit ' ' 452 .zzz ZH , 4 ' A K A 45 " ig J YH' W 1 l- , A . Wwgaw ,Tw - ,. fast ,lil 35 You have more hair than I do! fs2mf1J7m-,af ,,,, panama., A re f.,,t.frt.m: yasrswzmxfmaww-fwqiygga QQ, it - safe-M Jack, give me an order ol' to go," 4 "Alright, the truth's l 've always looked this Sw Ai A ' Ha-f , 5 it W, A J' ' . ' 46 09,55 '3-A r-YV .. ::' A angela in , 9 St 'lg w yinfitimfli? Wt'-if ai ' -' -a if n Q95 fgzwsfbmf 2 .J ag 1 ts. '- .fi umm," 'X at 7 'fee as QM", i st? ' ' zfsiiwk JL W, , f Q2 ,WW pf 322 Q5f'Kfr6ii'5ss.-Xi. ffl-5 kk" ,J t' Wi? 453' ff!6-FtievW-Wffflsiiilifffw574'5 25 Ag9fi3?3Yi1'f " '-fFiifYL5isT,1,5fgif?" 5151 'rr t-Q5 ,ff-sEff:2,iQ?i5fL?iis M- 5 TENS, .t,, Q , VVE STAFRTED WITH A BANG! 1194 f, Eighth Grade Babies X . w xi , Pf'f'M,,wM" P "Fashion has always been my ' w"WEWM, - , 1 ref: "" gg W Q N Middle Name!" - one ol my 12 M1 Mt ' :MQ-'-. , . Q, ,K ' -t ,R W better days. , . "- " you in on 'r if 32 'WW M . :ai Q f it f G WM, , alittle secret, . " 2-Sly , z it t if ' Mig , 4 l 2 M was W3 4 .i ,, 'f . fx'l gm? A555295 ... , . A ' , z 2- Q r ,t C wa? Q' ki W zgyjf' , . -A - ft 'A Q its -41. i , l't' V "wid , 'l ' 'A 2 if ' ' . ' 3 '- "' W N? 4 Q i 5 if-K. 1"' - we alal 7 s ww ef f, ' '22'.'w.m H . ,, - f . .' , - ' if wfi t .Q ' Y' ,. A 2- . , , A gg- , I ,if -' V . Q i "f s ff L 1. ' . l it' , - it l ted' I Q of i , Q it s Q, W M , . Qn,. V. a ?SmxW2w35,aHLgf'f1 mf. : . ,i ,Kg JA, VU X'.1t5i9Z2wazgai : - 3 f 5: 3? .ww agtjsfgtl Q W .ff N 6, WWW s, , gfwameswx 1 2 w as A avyaym ,J QMS. Yzeyh, W QQ, Mm aff Mtliiaataw L A M maamzgmww? sk - 1 . xy ,t,W ,A A V- I-Q Eg Eg Wig? out the t western culture and Q + Y 2 Eveqthmg S amgm Strange bit puzzling X 4 ga here, us babie ' Q , 2 tt,t B Q ' W r Waifff W s s , Q , it if W i' l i ifefqy' 'iw , I yn I .3 it W llll J i t f fo fr Qt 'Q Zvi -". .l ' . 1 .J , 45931 My, x ",- egg? get . .efflzw . AWE. fgwiamswrgamf t A "Het pafms r feadr t r i .lt ttrl , Q really should take life a bit more gy fb 1 ,W 5 . - - 1 .-,- :s f, W' , it 1 -"-', 2 W ' to help. '- Presidentsomeday, ,yq,sgyg1'j+qf5gg 5 Q, M 31, , W 1 SEP N . erlrs 9? "" N ' A we 1 i 1 -',t are f .- 1 g W 'l'. rf a"', : . t 'L ' ' lr-, 1, X P "Do eating time. " P it X S so q nn woke me up toftake this ta1tva,.t,.bt,,, MM Y , K "Hey, l'm always Bichard Benson Denise Bledsoe Betty Brock Jon Burton Robin Cashion Mark Chin Jennifer Flinn Mark Gill Richard Hajovsky Kimberley Hughes Michelle Knapp Julie Konopka Kris Meyer Shannon Olson John Flay Lisa Flimbey Christen Schaffer Trudy Skiles Jennifer Tandy Courtney Thomas Andrew Van Allen 106 f Mrs. Vaught's Hn Mrs. Vaught's l-LB. Mllkli iiier iiii 3 1 li f Y L ii fl ix '- f'l?'?f'z h'l l l ' lf, nl-ll 4. er i ,Q till il if l + ,yi , E I N A Kristen Shea Melissa Spence Brain Waits Shelley Watson 4 Ms. LaMaster lf 5 Richard Benson Stephanie Bolton Dionne Brown Len Callaway Tina Ciraci Matt Craine Brad Gissel Laura Grable Justin Hoover Claire Kalista Michael Kerry Teresa McKay John Okray Tommy Ringer Shannon Sampson Ms. La Master s H R f 707 Mrs. Bistucoia's l-LB. Mrs. Bistuccia Elizabeth Bowie Adam Brown Carey Case Mark Cavasos Brian Crumbly Amy Daniels Jeff Griffith Robin Hathcock Elizabeth Herndon Clayton Hudson Kristen Kerbel Brent Lampel Becky Miller Kevin Pruitt Allison Beese Sarah Stow Shannon Taylor Buddy Tierce Melanie Wilson Michael Wright Allison Reese and Robin Hathcock are in homeroom together as well as Math with Mr. Baird, as seen to the right, P 108 f Mrs. Ristuccia's HR. l Picture Not Available ist' Ri x tri ' ,fi Texas History and "real" lab experiments in Science add variety to the day. ln literature, the book report list contains selec- tions that even our parents are currently reading. This year we bought our books, us to are read. is a great ment over Sixth if other reason than we aren l'babies" in the MS 47 Blair Frase hurriedly enters in- formation into the computer in class. 4 Shannon Taylor and Melony Wilson get ready for another 'rousing Humanities class. A Mr. Baird helps Carey Case with her 7th Grade math assignment. ln Lit., Tina Cirac- ci gets her D.Q.'s done. Mr. Barber poses with Ms. La Master for a quick shot be-lore chapel time. Seventh Grade Life A ln literature, the Seventh Grade reads their anthologies. P The freedom of the Seventh Grade is limited, but so is it in any grade. It 4 Mr. Baird assists his math groups. Y The Seventh Grade on their Austin trip. P Julie Konopka says "Hil. " MM? 1' awk. . P Aug! Oh, it's only Matt Craine. ----n W 4 Here are the Seventh Graders on their trip to Austin again. :IF . Y Mrs. Jones 's classroom is a common place for work on the great literary works. 'K ,,.Mx M -ml' 112 an W C t 'z A -I - ' X -,iffy plaid P aww No! Avanti-able Ms. lVlartin's I-l R Junaid Ahmad Adam Arabian Natalie Beckley Brian Boyd Natalie Chin Anna Ciraci Marc Cisco Shannon Clark Jennifer Cooke Shelly Ferguson Lute l-luddleston Eliot Kerlin Laura King Phillip Lamsens Todd Love Kimberly Madeja Cameron Moates Stephanie Shaw Troy Smith Kimberly Stevens Jennifer Tipton Logan Tomlinson Maura Williams Eric Zimmermann Ms. Martin Bobby Blanton Buddy Brock J Colby Brown an to Joel Canard 0 i .igk l A i Melissa Dunagan Angela Dunaway Crystal Freed Channing Freelove Christopher Hartley l Chris Jackson Jennifer Jorns Hope MaoFarline Crystal Malone 'gf Aj W Mrs. Van , A W Allen s HR. Amy Moreman Michelle Ogle Kyle Parks Anne Behfeldt Andrea Flowe J Jennifer Stevens Bebecoa Tatum Justin Vahrenkamp Brett Walters Mrs, Van Allen Mrs. Van Allen's H.R. 1 113 Thomas Blanton Elizabeth Bourland Vanessa Brownlee Lance Cashion Amy Clark Blair Frase Elizabeth Funk Marti Glasco Matt Handley Katie Hendrix Greg Jordan Charlotte King Jason Krouse Ryan McCullough Dalana Morse Talia Myers Kelly Shea Justin Sherburn John Sohel Sammy Stavron Michele Sullivan De Tiffany Nikki Watson Lucy Weber Andria Williams Mrs. Meyer 114 f Mrs Meyer's H.R. 1 -ff -r Ur " 1 5 X i it J 'xxx wa' IP X ' w.. rj Q. Q93 Q, 1 if , , r . -c - Q 14- , ., V' Picture it iz f T ii F O . K -eqlrgi J J Available , I 5 , , I N 1 , ,. t 'I , ,,., ,Q gs' . -1 sg N .N . Q?-ig S y its 8 4 sw lun 5 sx Q fig N 1 f 1' if ., if ...fi M w.VA , M M is if sf if , tg, s is UQ , , v , 5 ' 'f ' r 1 r Ii l rrr A ' ' 1 , f ees is - f'rr Q . zz .. yi' fij 4 Sammy Stavron types in infor- mation on the computer. A Nikki M Watson writes her assignment 3 before class is over. P Blair Frase ' ' , ,M --iff ? Y Q 5 fm and Talia Myers work on the y computers. xml AQ ff? W I6 17 Q32L+ f' I ,kg A f "IVIioIoIIe School Is A Big New Experience For Us," Comments A Dozen Voioes . . .Wnen Asked In A I-Iomeroom. l-low long did it take you to rig your locker the first time? See the difference! Sixth graders learn quickly to be "Middle School Wise." A 4 Andrea Rowe and John Sohel do math homework. A Philip Lampsen,Lute Huddleston,Brian Boyd,Sammy Stavron 81 Eric Zimmerman take passing class time seriously. 4 Dr. Deane's Social Studies class takes notes. A Channing Freelove and Colby Brown do classwork. Y Jennifer Tipton doesn't know the answer yet, but Dalana Morse is quick to raise her hand. Looks like Joe Cnarad also wants to let Dr. Deane in on the answer. Smart sixth grade. 5 W.. 411 Sixth Grade Life Beginning the Teen Years ' swim b W.. WML. we 'sf 4 Justin Sherburn colors in a map. A Angela Dunaway takes notes. Y Hope McFarland, Angela Dunaway, and Stephanie Shaw share hallway secrets. C.-rt 4 4 Dr. Deane reads a geography assignment to his class. 4 Natalie Chin, and Anna Ciraoi with the P.E. girls play floor hockey with over-sized cotton swaps. Sixth Grade Life f 117 A.S.A. Mrs. Wnitenouses Class 118fASA Class V ,a 'ff' 1f-,Mj- Heath Anderson Angelrna Burnett Mary Katherlne Creel X45 , QQ , , L,,f:.1 :.. 1 ..-', 1 Cody Duck Patrrck Kung Devin Pugh Mrs. Whitehouse Paul David Tudor Chris Wilson A.S.A. Students brain-storm Mary Cree! is all painted up. ideas. - A.S.A.Homeroom f 119 Fifth Grade Mrs KIrngbeiI's Heather Aguilar Lindsay Bell Sarah Brown Wyatt Brown John Burnam Matt Cornelius Kimberly Cox Kevin Darville Christina Dunaway Picture Noi' Availa ble Sally Greenhaw Tiffany Gremillion Geoffrey Hetherington Preston Johnson Jamie Johnston Lauren Llewellyn Eric Maberry Matt Merkley Kari Peterson Stephen Sethi Meredith Stepp Ashlye Stewart Amanda Swan Trey Tullous Mrs, Klingbeil's Class X 121 722 f Mrs. Loeschefs Class Mrs, Loescner Tom Braokett Todd Brown Will Churchill Melissa Comeau Amy Dennett Allegra Doan Matt Hawrylak Tyler Head Holly Hill Roland Hollis Clay Isbell Joe Kerbel i 4 Lindsey Bel! stops for a moment to think of the correct answer on a history quiz.Mrs. Loescher grades many stacks of papers daily, 5th Grade Mrs. Loescher's Class Paul Kerlih Elizabeth Livingston Anne Loffland Mary Mayes Michelle Perrin Michael St. Clair Ashley Schaffer Chelsea Smith Mark Wilson thot pictured: Natasha Mohtgomeryl Mrs. Loescher's Class f 123 Mrs. Fledfearn Laura Bailey Corrie Churchill Matthew Clemons Taylor Davis Shelley Dawson Travis Fitzgerald Lauren Glover Carlye Guy . Sonja Hanson Jeffery High Colby Karr Doug Lorimer Joshua Maag Suzi Pinson 124 f Mrs. Redfearn's Class -U-QV M Mrs. Fiedfearn's 5th Grade Class John Pipes David Floss Emily Schutts Jordan Scott Boston Smith Sander Spence Jeffery Stallings Gelesia Steed Laurie Williams Mrs. Re-dfeam's Class f 125 P Mrs. Klingbeil takes her class to Scarbooker Faire, an annual event at All Saints' enjoyed by young and old. P John Pipes works on his Log Cabin for his history project. Y Lindsey Bell works on her history workbook. Fifth Grade Life In Fine Style P Laurie Williams decides which answer she wants. Not all of fifth grade is laughs, it 's also preparing for Middle School. P Meredith Stepp strains over her work waiting patiently for recess. Z -1 A -1 1 Zz! I-lere We Are 4 Boston Smith yells with glee! Here we are in Fifth Grade at last! X lx 4 Jeffery High considers the thoughts of English. lt's here so I study it. Y Lauren Glover reads in the spare time that she arranged in the busy schedule of school. Fourth Grade Mrs. Craven's Class Kelly Adams Jana Anderson Carl Augustson Neanna Bodyoomb Jared Bradford Amy Callaway Reagan Casey Erica Davidson Ellie Fanning Skye Grayson Margaret Griffen Lee Henderson Shawn Hill Alexis Hoffer Adam lsebell Travis Ivy Jared Jordan Angelic Kauffmann Haley Matthews Catherine Moates 128 f Mrs Craveri's Class ,,....-l P Reagan Casey staples his paper and hands it to Mrs. Craven to use as an example. V Mrs. Craven with Katherine Moates and Kelly Adams while Neanna Bodycomb and Haley Mathews do their desk work. an s .M i an abs.. A r Q , 1 y l L5 K K 3 5 xxx' U bg g, ff:-3 Alexia Riley Jef Russell Aaron Tramel William Whitney Mrs.Craven A i 2 A 3 N t Mrs. Craven has been at this school for 5 years and has taught second and fourth grade during that time. She likes to read and travel, and when she retires she hopes to spend her time doing these things. She also likes to go to birthday parties. l-ler plans for the future are as yet uncertain, because she says she tries not to worry about tomorrovv, but instead to do her best today. Mrs. Craven 's Class X 129 4th Graole Mrs. I-Ierndon's Class Elizabeth Barnes Cole Bennett Sarah Bioktey Jonathan Brown Marcia Brown :Q X QC my 730 X Mrs. Herndon iq :R L54 B Leigh Broyles Whitney Fuller Justin Garrett Patrick Gateley Rob Hall Christian Hildebrand Christopher Halbert J. H. James Coulter Johnson Ann Kincaid Lisa Lee Ryan Merril Maggie Moore Krista Nicholson Natalie Randle Lillian Ruiz Lisa Sohel Emily Stow Katie Watts Mrs. Herndon 4 Mrs. Herndon is seen to the left doing what she does best, teaching! Does she have some strange skin condition that disables her from having wrinkles? But anyway, l bet they still make models ot the solar system and that's enough to make me want to go back! Mrs. Herndon X 131 Grade lvlrs. Price's Class 1-',,.vs A Shane Jenkins looks into his desk tor a much needed pen. A P Kelly Humble and classmates do workbook assignments. P Hardie Bolton and Montie Hale respond to Mrs, Price's questions in class. lvlrs. Price Hardie Bolton Matt Bynum Nichole Cavazos Lucinda Dalton Jay Mac Davenport Heather Dyer Montie Hale Lauren Hill Kelly Humble 132 f Mrs, Prices Class Ga in 3 4 Ryan Quiiiin thinks about talking to Montie Hale. Y Mrs. Price reads to her students. Matt Jackson Shane Jenkins Jessica Kumar Justin McAmis Wendy Meredith Greg Moreman Ryan Nacol Johnny Park Ryan Quillan Mandy Rogers Amy Royer Angie Smith Brooke Ulriokson Whitney West Randi Williams Mrs. Prices Ciass f 133 LIFE "When the Tough Get Going, You Know lt s Fourth Between the classwork, there's a little bit of time for play. For three years, the "Big School" kids have been in training for the skills needed in Fourth grade. Social Studies becomes more like History and Literature becomes less like Dr. Seuss. In fact, Mag- gie Moore is quick to tell you, "My brother said that Fifth grade gets you ready for Grade I7 Middle School . . . I can't imagine not be- ing ready right now!" 134 f Fourth Grade Life --.t..,,S.! "We May LooklJke Big People 'RJYou... BUT.U VVe've Got ItUnder CONTROL' Trapper Keepers, Lunch from McDonalds on H II a ovveen, Vocabulary Quizzes . . . all in a day'e work to US. G X 4th Grade Mrs. VVneat's Jim Garrison Trey Glasco Matt Gudeczauskas Meredith Hartman Alison Harvey Sarah Hayes 736 X Mrs. Wheafs Class Class ,Q -Q L1 'YEL 2 'W F i i i i 1 i i Q g 2 i ff' H 5 i i 2 i S :ws ,m r E il 'H Elizabeth Hudson Joel I-lulsey Jimmie Jarrett Courtney Lindley Benjamin King Mary Kathleen Lamsens Hilary Marie Lemon Blake Lloyd Kelly Marinoik James McGarvey Jonathan Mitchell Molly Russell Brandi Slaughter Shannon Smith l-lardin Sullivan Bruce Toppin Chris Wood Mary Ellen Murphy Shannon Walber Mrs. Wheat Z Mrs. Wheat's Class X 137 3rd Grade lvlrs. Moseley s Eduardo Avancini Laura Beyer Mao Braoey Travis Brown Cady Denton Regan Fain Randi Goin Jeff Guarnieri Loria Guiatas Lindsey Jarrell Julie King Charlotte Knorr 138 J Mrs. Moseley's Class Mrs. Moseley records N grades as her students work on their other papers. -X ..,. ..,........al Gregory Koehler Brian Langerhans Matt Maben Marilyn McClure Arden Moore Chip Patton Joseph Rivera Courtney Smith Ashleigh Storm Alison Stuart Mark Warner Tim Wood Sheryl Yeomans Mrs. Moseley Mrs. Mose!ey's Class X 139 Mrs. lVlurpny's 3rd Grade Class Tappen Bailey Travis Bogard Mason Carter Amanda Cole Keller Crowley Rebecca Drake Lisa Guy Trey Hardin Robert Head Dusty Hill Wayne Jones Beth Lindsey 140 X Mrs. Murphy's Class r 4 N W A if 2 1 si-sv an-si ,M ww- 3 f V V. Ig . f5'i'fs ., f ..C.,f 'g7f .X 8 Jw xx ,Vw-:H 1 ' 1' 1 A c 1- r at' mf' .si Y 5 5 fi f' up X ..... Students in Mrs. Murphy class enjoy lots of projectsg many of which are on display through out the year in the room. Seph Shaw had a great time making his planets for the classroom display. Wendy Lowery Elizabeth Maberry Veda Murthy J. C. Pace Kelly Parker Mandee Penick Jeff Rawls Micheal Sethi Seph Shaw Kellye Sitton Chance Steed Ward Welke Rebecca Yoder Mrs. Murphy Working on lit erature, Mrs. Mur phy's class applies themselves. Mrs. Murphy's Class f 141 Third Grade Lite awk , ff .S ...K 4 Benjamin King studies as the other kids do the same. Y Mrs, Moseley's class takes their tests. QA N 5? V ,,eA iii L 4 Chance Steed awaits to be called on. P Twins intertwined. . 'Q i 3 2 f Q ,f ,1VL ' K ' 2 ,- iEii:.iig1fszr , ' - - ,V K t i 1 f 2 . f L e . t -ff-35-3 .- Ti. -5' , V , , i .S ' ,ff -., . ' 2952 t i we f Third graders do projects and other school things. One especially great project they do is their solar system models. They use everthing from styrofoam to pillows. P Mrs. Robinson reads the directions to a new section in reading. Casey Saw reads along with his teacher. Y Kendal Smith and Jessica Wallace busily complete a workbook assignment. lvlagan Coffman Christopher Corbusier Elizabeth Craine Sloan Cranz Martha Davenport Sady Denton Tee Giroux Duke Greenhill Lynn Griffin Jeffery Harrell 2nd Grade Mrs. Robinson s Class 144 1 Mrs. Flobinson's Class Britt l-lawrylak Benjamin Hopkins Kate James Jennie Jones Kelley Karr L-ll Kirkley A 4 Halloween celebrations brought McDonalds' Jack-O- Lanterns into Mrs. Roberson 's goblins. 4 Kate James and Lynn Griffin arrange their cheeseburgers to taste Patrick Lane Rae Lorimer Laura Ruiz Casey Shaw Erin Side-bottom Kendall Smith Leah Vahrencamp Jessica Wallace Yow Field Mrs. Robinson Mrs. Robinson 's Class X 145 P Jarred White and Chuck Clark follow along with the discussion in Mrs. Whitehurst's class. P Mrs. Whitehurst prepares to take up papers. P Y Beth Ulrickson is l in deep concentration. Stina Augustsson Dale Baird Ricky Bourland Tiffany Chandler Chuck Clark Katy Cornelius 2nol Grade Mrs. Whitehurst's Class 146 f Mrs. Whitehurst's Class 'ws Sarah Davenport Julie Hetherington Amanda Irvin Blair Jackson John Jordan Kelly Kostohryz Kelly Marino Dustin Miles Lauren Mitchell Lisa Murphy 4 Students respond when asked for answers during math time. Elizabeth Robertson Emily Senn Amy Smith Billy Smith Beth Ulrickson Christine Wallace Marianne Walters Jarrett White Matthew Williams Mrs. Whitehurst Mrs. Whitehurst's Class f 147 Matthew Angle Jordan Baughman David Boyd Laura Broyles Courtnay Bruner Amber Carter Karen Davenport Soottye Dickerson Melissa Eastman Kia Epping Leah Evans Grant Jordan Tara-Bett Kaiser Christopher Kent Laura Lee 2nd Grade Mrs. Kelloggs Class -148 J Mrs. KeIlogg's Class Chad Lemons Tiffany Lewis Alice Ray 5 Jarrod Sims Ryan Stow Burch Tipton Barrett Vawter Andrew Weinrnan Merrill West Mrs. Kellogg 4 Scottye Dickerson reads a library book between studies. Y Christopher Kent readies himself for a vocabulary quiz, 4 Mrs. Kellogg's class takes directions to complete a Social Studies activity. Mrs. Kellogg's Class X 749 Second Grade Life A Ben Hopkins and Jeffery Harrell listen to reading tapes. A Merrill West and Alice Ray work on their basic geometry. P Mrs. Kellogg and her students enjoy a little time in a friendly chat. A Mrs. Robinson shows her class how to make Christmas wreaths. P Karen Davenport and Melissa Eastman play tic-tac-toe. 150 X 2nd Grade Life .1- .,,, .,....--1 -in.-mu1,4a.1 f--- 1.--mf fi A i A Merrill West reads aloud from her reading book. P John Jordan and Kelly Kostohryz study the hymns in music, a favorite place in the lite of a Second Grader. 4 Katy Cornelius smiles her big grin to show off her new teeth. Y Elizabeth Robertson is matching up to the other smiles of the second grade. 4 Mrs. Kellogg's class plays blind mans bluff at their halloween party. 2nd Grade Life! 151 Elizabeth Ambrose J Erin Banks Lissa Barker Barbara Barnes Andrew Bourland Meredith Dinkins Lori Gaskins Heather Gateley Ashlee Goetz Ben Hansard Katie Harrah Meredith l-lulsey Emily Karaffa Kelly Kerr Jenny Lefler Marisa Matney Brad Ogle Dylan Pipes Corey Pugh Caroline Riley 152 X Mrs. Smith 's Class Alison Rogers Royal Shelton Louis Sheppard Jonathan Thompson Brandt Vawter Mrs. Smith ist Grade Mrs Smiths Mrs Sm1th's Class f 153 Mrs. Gani Ben Barnes Chandra Bryant Ashley Couohman Britt Darwin Lindsay Garrett Mark Gudeczauskas Kate Hamil Josh Harbuck Avisha l-lendiazad Lindsey l-lildabrand Christopher Hubans Elizabeth Hythecker Kassidy Kerbel Carter Llewellyn Melissa Miles Aaron Moore Jeremiah Payton Kristi Bester Stephen Ritchie 154 I Mrs. Gant's Class I I ,W WQQMMGW S. A -Fei Kevin Senn Andrew Shaw Stephanie Stegman Beth Watts i jy I I f f ' I I! 'url - Todd Wright Catherine Youngblood 1 st Grade ff M rs. Gant's Class Mrs. Gant's Class X 155 Ashley Abshire Melissa Adams Sheena Anderson Chris Baker Bradley Boys Clint Bramlett Clayton Cooke Justin Daniels Leslie Fry Yoanna Giatas Heather l-lall Edward Johnson Sarah Kemble Josh King Michael Koehler Jill Lloyd Rachel Merrill Carson Mischel Ruth Mitchell Preston Morrow 156 f Mrs, Hendricks Class Mrs I-iendrick's 1 st Grade Courtney Pease Jessica Tramel Trent Tullous Meredith Waites Lauren Williamson Mrs, Hendricks Mrs. Hendricks Class X 157 The dally Ilfe of a flrst grader consists ot learning the baslc readrng and mathematlc skulls Of course there IS always tame to create a flnger palntlng picture or hanglng around on the varlous confrguratlons of bars on the jungle gym Thus years First Graders are the most creative bunch Ive seen On Halloween they were no longer a group of mlld man nered first graders but were mystlcally transformed Into nln las witches and a variety ot celebrlty frgures 1st Grade Lute 158 X lst Grade Life N. A A Allison Rogers and Kelly Kerr are beginning the first lesson of many pertaining to geography. A Stephanie Stegrnan awaits to be called on as the others contemplate the questions. 4 Two first graders finish the remaining questions on a math quiz. Above is Mrs. Gant's Class catching the photographer before he had chance to catch them in action. To the left is Sarah Kernble and Katie Harrah 'shoo-ing' oft the photographer as they work. is greatly the right is the remaining I st Grad Jared Banks Lindsay Bond Kristen Bradford Presley Chambers Jacob Daniels Cheryl Dena Samuel Francis Jackie Jacobs Chris Knorr Jennifer Leonard Ryan Mclntosh Melanie Robertson Colin Sherrod Rhett Smith Paige Sorenson Paul Stouffer Jennifer Stuart Matt Wiley Mfs-WSWS KINDERGARTEN Class 160 f Mrs. Welke's Class l,,,,g1a'W A A Mrs. Welke A Alex Har- rell is eating cereal he is drawing with! Robbie Bourland Courtney Chee Donatella Ciraci Scott Dickerson Clay Fuller Alex Harrell Jamye Holley Jensen Kugle Colin Madsen Elizabeth Mitchell Meredith Richter Shana Savitz Christopher Schmitz John Webber Andrew Wells Mrs.VVelke's P.M. Class Mrs. Welke's Class f 161 Megan Brous Molly Burnett Sarah Fitzgerald Brooke Gateley Ryan Gault Trey Guy Caroline Hodge Amy Huckins Taylor Hullum Tricia Johnson Amy Kiehn Andrew Lombardi Shea Matthews Michael McGarvey Shea Parker Jonathan Payton Paige Prater Gabe Vick Beth Weinman Greg Wood Mrs. McCoy A.M. Class 162 f Mrs. McCoy's Class 6 f i Anti M wiki, F all ll? Mrs. McCoy ln... Mrs. McCoy gets ready for another Kindergarten art class. Q ..rt. . Kindergarten lvlrs. lVlcCoy's 'lvlazihg lvlohstrous lvlass of Kids Mrs. Bridget Ball Kit Carter Trey Kellehberger Kathleen Kirkley Joshua lvliller Jennifer Sherbum Gretchen Vavvter John Williams Nicholas Wolfe Joeseph Wood Sandra Woolsey 4 Nicholas Wolfe makes a mess of himself while pain- ting in art class. Painting pet rocks, creating the clay people and mak- ing a mess of themselves are just a few highlights of the Kindergarten. Mrs. McCoy PM. Class McCoy's Class f 163 A.lVl. Jeremy Allen Carlisle Connally Ryan Fitzgerald Sam Hall Elizabeth James Michael Kelly Megan Kempff Micheal Kent Ashley King Janann Lorimer Karyn Montgomery Jacqueline Parker Nicky Rogers Charley Royer Susannah Shotwell Kellie Smith Mrs. Roberson Coke Smith Caroline Stouffer Will Thurmond Lauren Young 164 f Mrs. Robertson Mrs. Robinson's Pre-Kindergarten Class an 'ill ' 9 Y i f? - ,N .1-fp ss "I like to use my watch and see how long it takes me to do this." quips Karen Montgomery. Picture No Available 's Class -1 'll sw 4 Robbie Anderson Chip Berkovsky Jonathan Clark Cherry Coover Ward Curry Leslie Flanagan Jordan Jones Ben Kienn Desiree Lalflue Paice Mischel Kyle Robinson Erin Senn James Tatum David Williams Courtney Wolfe Mrs Robertson 's Class X 765 LIE The best place to hide? lt definitely is"the tube. " When the kids play hide- and-seek they all want to hide there but it always seems to be on a first come first serve basis. Another favorite game is chase. The girls like to be chased but so do the boys. Somehow they all seem to keep from arguing most of the time. The children at the Pre-School play with all sorts of things. There are blocks in the classrooms along with cars, markers, sand, and puzzles. Outside of the school there are also zoo trips, Christmas shows, and Nursing Home trips. 168 f Pre-School Life Beginning each day with a chapel service, the Pre- Sohoolers feel that God is a first thought in their happy days. Chapel is highlighted by special programs in puppetry as well as in song. All of the children love to singg many ofthe hymns are pretty long, but everyone knows the words. Their is a mood set-up just walking down the stairs into the Pre-School area. Getting Ready For the Real Thing! 769 P Jacqueline Doyle, a 3-Day Beginner in Mrs. Goin's class, already loves school. P P Pre-schoolers Blake Baird, Ashley Davis, and Jacqueline Doyle pose inside Frosty the Snowman while classmates look on. P Mrs. lVlcCoy's class as well as the rest of the Pre-School got a close-up look at a real live fire engine. Fire prevention and safety tips are covered yearly in the Pre- School. "lt's better to repeat this stuff every year than to ever have to be sorry that one child didn't automatically know what to do in case of a fire," Principal, Janet Roberson states emphatically. P Mrs. Goin and Mary Ann Wood pass back art projects to their students. 170 1 W1 4 "Want to trace some shapes before class starts?" Mrs. Goin and Jacqueline Doyle sort through the shapes envelope together. 4 lclockwisejLaura Bond, a 3-Day Pre- Schooler, anxiously awaits the sand box 's daily opening in class.OSHKOSH-By Gosh . . . it's Blake Baird coloring away. Working a puzzle at break-neck speed, Jacqueline Doyle gets her face in line for a photo, again. 4 4 Mrs. McCoy, Patricia Johnson, Greg Wood, and Beth Weinman fill in the alphabet on their morning worksheets. 4 Taylor Hullum flies "Astro Man" Up, Up and Awayyyyyy. . . 171 P Jaqueline Parker wonders what she is about to eat for lunch. P A class of clever pre- schoolers begin their esoape on the local fire engine. P Y Caroline Stouffer lectures others on the correct procedure of play- dough sculpture. Just by this small sample of pictures you can tell these folks are on the move. P Colin Madren is ready to start first grade soccer. P Ward Curry is putting all the blocks in their holes. 172 f Pre-School Life Pre-School 4 The kids in Mrs. McCoy 's class play with checkered paper. 4A Blocks are a great learning device to help advance coordination. 4 Brooke Gateley works on her papers VERY studiously. 4 The teachers help the kids on their projects. 4 Michael McGarvey works above the other kids on the play house. Pre-School Life f 1 73 Nicholas Wolfe paints in the protection of his shirt. John Webber studies his blocks. Trey Kellenburger and John Williams create sand castles. Ashley Davis asks for help from Mrs. Goin. The kids all find time to play occasionally. Will Thurmond studies his legg perhaps a doctor when he grows up. Grechen Vawter smiles at her accomplishment. John Williams reaches as high as he can. 174 f Pre-School Life Lite Paice Mischel puts her puzzle together, The pre- school "Hangs Around. "Mrs. Robertson 's class learns about windows. Alex Harrell wonders "Can l Eat These?. 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