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NOTHING NEW When juniors returned to school! last fall, they were met with many changes from the daily routine of the year before. They were no longer required to schedule SLC, an open lunch period was offered, and, as a result, the student was ` left with more time to himself. He had more free periods, scheduling was — easier, and, generally, he was left with a EE attitude EES school. | But to many, ti this new- faura freedom was spotting! new. went Ent Sor SCH all the time last : ` year, " confessed one junior. ''And. | getting o out of SLC was a breeze. All you. | excuse, and you could get out in five | minutes. H - Ellie Grant ٠ p oops Gray e ER Brenda Griffin E gn IS Sue Griffin Se Dern Griffiths Er Sep e Es Ls ise acs ber, ers usd Rm Hall E T Kit Hammond | ` Mark Handy — TOM ا Ge 2 نت Hanson — yit oe dip Cur Michele Hanson ۱ Kei Ad دہ ap و David Harmison |. و دہ Karla Haugen | = Dayid Haviland ` ‘Scott Hauser ۳ ا Heggen EM [er Heliker : Deb Henak | ‘Cathy Hendricks -= Beth Herriot Jeff ۵ - Jacki Hillman 198 Juniors True, one could also spend several extra minutes loitering with a special “bathroom pass,” and forged passes simulating teachers’ handwriting were usually readily available. At the same time, all exits and entrances were not closely monitored. As was often the case, any willing student could leave whenever they pleased, proving once again that, as the cliche goes, “rules are made to be broken, " or at least bent out of shape. In short, many students have found ways to beat the AHS “system,” and are ‘succeeding with amazing frequency, leaving the same, freedom-loving junior to remark, ‘‘By next year | want to have : done everything seniors get to do, except maybe graduate. l'm not really ready for college yet.”
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CHEATING WHOM? At least once in the average student's three-year stint attending this institution, there comes a time when, in the course of a school day, he is faced with a dilemma often times considered worse . than semester finals, this is, mutiple " routine " tests accidentally scheduled on the same day by unwitting teachers. For many, there has been but one solution to such a crisis. That was to study into the early hours of the morning in an attempt to “cram’’ all of the necessary knowledge into one's sleep- ‘Starved nead: e WOVE EE an SE many x previously “honest” students are now devising unique schemes to “cheat? TREE Way to better s scores. : SS is great, i it can t € : detected, " dece one " convert " - | Eleanor Kirk کب ا Kay Kirkland f John Klatt f JannaKluge f Karen Kniss |, : Tim 1 Knutson S | ee TIS [P n Teresalang A Jayne Larson f : TimLarson . = ۷۲۱۱۵۷۱۵0 f Se SEN Lee | Alan Lem Mike Lemanczyk Jocelyn Lemish Tami Lichtenberg. Joseph Lijewski Lex Lintz Mary Kay Little Laurie Littledike Brenda Lorenz Thomas Luckett Steve Luft Rick Lynch Rod MacBride Linda MacVey Joan Maile Sarah Malaby Ann Manatt John Martin 200 Juniors “but if you want to do it all the time you have to be original.” For most, originality meant scrapping time-honored favorites such as exposed note sheets, miniature “crib” notes, and, if an older family member was a former - student, previously answered test copies, for new tactics which, to remain effective, are kept closely-guarded secrets. - However, it is often said that such ` - practices are not actually aiding, but rather, hurting the student through a ` failure to sufficiently record the useful | SE offered in the course. it this ioak proves true, then DOM - becomes a case of whom is cheating E and thus arises as a question, requiring each individual to find the answer himself.
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