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Anahi traditions fired up Colony Anaheim traditions have been the platform that Colonists build their reputation on and more impor- tantly, what keep alumni coming back year after year. Every Colonist, new and old, were proud to see old traditions living on and practiced with such great enthusiasm. Out Alma Mater was a way for the Colony to really feel the pride that was in the atmosphere. Busses were a way for the football players to make sacrifices for their team and show true dedication. Coach Stalhut gave his speeches at pep assemblies that raised the " Colonist spirit that knows no lim- it. " Once again, Anaheim kept the bell after taking a win against Western ' s football team. Underclass- men that were caught stepping on the Anaheim Union High School seal in main building, had to suffer the consequences of scrubbing it until it was completely spotless. Seniors united together after school before the Saddleback game to paint the stadium a proud blue and gold ' 81! Something that many Colonists didn ' t get a chance to see were the decorations in the team room that the Colonettes displayed before each of Anahi ' s football games. 1. Wilh thesupport of Anaheim ' s Campus Improvement Fund, a group of .seniors worked together to restore Clayes ' Stadium by painting the class of ' 81. 2. A favorite moment during pep assemblies was when the students devoted their attention to Coach Stalhut as he gave " Lips " and inspi- rational speeches. .3. Pride and devotion were shared among the Colonettes and football team as they traditionally recited our Alma Mater to the accompani- ment of the band. 4. For the first time. Coach Stalhut didn ' t make buzzes a manditory requirement for football. But the tradition lives on as the team did it voluntarily. .5. Paying the price of walking over the Anaheim seal. Rod Rentz and Marlcn Gonzalez scrubbed it clean while seniors discovered the prive- lege of supervising. 6. For SIX years. Anaheim has kept the victory bell from the Western pioneers. The Colonettes enjoyed ringing the bell for the Colony fans at the game ' s end. INTRODUCTION-]!
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students relied on teacher-help The relationship between the administration and the students at Anaheim was just one of the many things the Colony had to be proud of in 1981. There were many new teachers and administra- tors at Anaheim to meet the needs of the increased enrollment. Anahi did well in providing a wide cur- riculum to benefit all the students. The tradition of academic excellence was again upheld. Time in classes was made interesting by most teachers by adding to their learning lectures amusing anec- dotes. Vice principals associated with students at nutrition and lunch. They kept Anaheim organized and controlled using a good sense of humor in the process. Counselors in the Colony were asked their advice by many students. Seniors especially relied on their counselor in helping them decide and pre- pare for their future education. Counselors were responsible for helping seniors prepare important applications to universities. Teachers in all depart- ments: English, art, science, math, physical educa- tion, and history taught many things which stu- dents from Anaheim probably will never forget. 1. Anaheim ' s principal. Mr. Dale Schroeder. pre.sented Bud Fassel a plaque in appreciation of Bud ' .s 2.5 year.s of service as Anaheim ' s equipment manager. 2. Mr. Mr. Gary Long worked with Laura Gormley on developing a new program for the computer in his room. Mr. Long taught com- puter programming to students. .3. Anahi ' s educationally handicapped teacher helped one of her stu- dents on this modern device. This machine made it easier for stu- dents to read books. 4. Head football coach. Mr. Roger Stalhut. counseled the Colonist football team in preparation for their upcoming game against the Western Pioneers. .5. One of the Colony ' s bi-lingual teachers instructed her class at the beginning of the school year. She taught Vietnamese and Spanish students English. INTRODUCTION-13
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