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HERO — What Does It Qtand For? Mrs. Annen prepares a bulletin board tellin g her students about HERO. H - is for Home. Students in this organization learn many things about the home, including child care and bak- ing. E - is for Economics. They also learn many factors about banking and money . RO - is for related occupations. These students find jobs ±at help them in all aspects of life. They have started a study called Impact that deals with decision making. The group consists of fifteen boys and fifteen girls who sell candy, give 100% in blood battles and dress as clowns at the Howdy Carnival to sell balloons. Each April they send their president to a state meeting in Houston, and to top off the year, there is an employer-employee banquet for all the students and their employers. Mrs. Nancy Annen sponsors HERO . THIRD PERIOD OFFICERS: Renee Jennings, Ellison, Dawn Sullivan, and Velma Nunez. Dianne McGuire, Cheryl uiujpnL ' ' " " FOURTH PERIOD OFFICERS: Robert Smith, George Robcrison. Penny Nichlos, Pauletta Whitaker, Tamera Mecks, and Vickie Bell.
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what? A Career For Me? SECOND PERIOD: Mark Pitiman, Debbie Alcaron, Loretta Collier, Candy Spencer, James Smith, Doug Wagner, Larry Simnon, Greg Cline, Ronnie Klaus, Todd Dean, Dennis Burns and Terry Carter. " You ' re kidding! This is a test? " asks Candy Spencer. A vocational club where the students train on the job half a day - that ' s ICT. Of course, that ' s not all ICT is, but that ' s a major part of it. These students have jobs that vary from nurse ' s aids to electronics. In class, they each get individualized help about their own specific jobs. Mr. Spencer serves as their sponsor and teacher. They also have money raising pro- jects and attend state and dis- trict contests each year. FOURTH PERIOD: Albert Berrera, Cynthia Abundez, Sylvia Olivas, Lupe Rangel, Mark Merworth, Dale Miller, Lita Cox, and Mike Egan. SEC- OND ROW: Greg Spears, Darrell Stephens, Kim Wolfe, Gordon Birrel, Rodney Floyd, Tim Blacksheare, Lee Alexander, and Julian Rubio.
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Dedicated To The Future (t . . A »B Sky- The Vocational Occupa- tional Co-op Training is separated into two clubs, VOCT 109 sponsored by C. W. Tanner and VOCT 250 sponsored by Pedro Ruiz. A - VOCT 109 MEMBERS: FRONT: Payne, Johnson, Alcantar, Rivera, Mar- tinez, Priest. SECOND ROW: Jones, Hilario, McAlister, Munoz, Salgado. THIRD ROW: Valencia. Merrick, San- chez, Limon, Hickman, Hernandez. FOURTH ROW: Puga , Hilario, Jimenez. FIFTH ROW: C. W. Tanner (sponsor), Armstrong, Richardson, Mendoza, Her- nandez. B - VOCT 109 OFFICERS: FRONT: Jones, sergeant at arms; Jones, pres.; Hernandez, treas.; Payne, parlia- mentarian; Limon, sec. SECOND ROW: Merrick, vice-pres.; Priest, reporter. C - VOCT 250 OFFICERS: James, pres.; Cr osby, vice-pres.; Hardeman, treas.; McClintock, sec; Arista, sergeant at arms; Richardson, reporter; Fox, parlia- mentarian. D - VOCT 250 SPONSOR: Pedro Ruiz. E - James, Birmelin, Phil- lips, Hardeman, Garcia. SECOND ROW: McDiffitt, Arsiaga, Martinez, Hilario. THIRD ROW: McClintock, Crosby, Arista, Hilario. F - VOCT 250 MEM- BERS: FRONT: Coleman, Gutierrez, Mer- worth, Jones. SECOND ROW: Diaz, Amaro, Fox, Guzman. THIRD ROW: Rios, Rodriguez, Churchwell, Vierra, Richardson.
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