Charter Oak High School - Shield Yearbook (Covina, CA)

 - Class of 1987

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Charter Oak High School - Shield Yearbook (Covina, CA) online yearbook collection, 1987 Edition, Page 105 of 292
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Page 105 text:

l ' ' if 'P M., 5 As leadership advisor, Mr. lon McNeiI's busy schedule kept him from attending many commissioner meetings. Howev- er, he helped the group out as much as possible and proved to be a worthy advisor. Photo by Stacey Tisor. This scene is all too familiar to commissioners. Every Tues-,ye day during lunch, the band room became a planning, meet- ing and eating room. Photo by Stacey Tisor. , Front Row: Marissa May, Amy Aschenbrenner, Lori Mutz, and Dominique Criscenti. Second Row: Vickie Elmore, Greg Gram- mer, and Elon Goldstein. Back Row: Marc Lacey. Photo by Sta- cey Tisor. COMMISSIONERS 101

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A job Well Done In each year's leadership class there are special people whom many depend on. They are the Charter Oak High School Commissioners. The commissioners had two primary goals throughout the year: to run their own areas smoothly and ex ertly, and to inform leadership to aid them in their decisions. Commissioners are involved in five areas: problems, publicity, activities, fi- nance, and sales. Commissioner of Prob- lems Elon Goldstein's job was to solve any issue brought to his attention by the student body and staff to the best of his ability. Elon stated, "I was often sur rised at the amount of things that l foundythat I could change." Publicity Commissioner Vickie Elmore found posters to be the best method of informing the student body of upcoming events. lohanna Tolentino, commissioner of finance, made balancing A.S.B. money and passing budget proposals her num- ber one priority throug out the year. Marc Lacey was the man and the myth behind activities on campus. Marc's ideas came from talking with commis- sioners from other schools, from repeat- ing the successes of past Charter Oak commissioners, and from brainstorming some ideas of his own. Erin McCarthy's job as sales commis- sioner took great organizational skills. She ut in many hours to ensure that neecgf groups got a chance to raise mon- ey. Without the aid of their assistant com- missioners, these commissioners couldn't have done their jobs as effec- tively as they did. Mr. lon McNeil, leadershi advisor, stated, "This year's group otpcommis- sioners did a super job. They brought school government together makin it work more effective. He also felt Swat the group's attendance had improved, thus changing the quality of their work. 100 COMMISSIONERS 'I I ,L Commissioners Performyarious duties around school. Commissioner of Publicity, Vic Eimore, and her assistant Lori Mutz hang a sign advertising the senior trip. Photo y Delia Hickman. ,,,, ,ami gli- fm Y? 4 Q36 MGCMU Y' so Qc gy M. y ' K .4 9 119 1 19. ,i fy -I t 4 5 , fix.. S P i ,, . ,,rV,,f , ii, , Each commissioner was able to make his or her feelings known at meetins, which of- ten helped to influence the opinions of others in their decision making. Here, Marc Lacey takes advantage of this opportunity. Photo by Stacey Tisor. V it. .



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C O U I E I-I O U r S Making sure all photos came out great for the yearbook, photo editor lim Collins ar Pay Off What inspired yearbook mem- bers? For some, yearbook was a chance to explore new territories, while others felt that a part of themselves went into every story they wrote. Photographers took the class because of their love for the hobby and to contribute to something that would last forever Yearbook challenged the individ ual in the areas of responsibility patience and ability Mr Allen Kuhlow yearbook a visor said l feel this staff s one of the hardest working and most concerned about getting the job done that lve ever worked with Because last year s staff con taincd mostly seniors we only had 3 returning production members This meant that the new staff had to learn all the yearbook skills while they were putting the book together which made production more difficult than usual ln addition the staff was faccd with the issue of changing the yearbook name from The Shield to The Chronicle The change was madc to convey the feeling of a new school Students were each assigned certain features and all articlcs had a dcadllnc So the entire staff plus the advisor spent uncounted hours after school getting everth ing donc You had to makc time even if you didn t have it but the minute that you finished you commented Monique Cervantes 1. -f 6 59" 63 Geoff Edwards wipe their negitives. Photo by lim Montoya fl Wfvf if hfffffiyfloy d . . I I . I H A I , . . knew all the hourslpayed off,'f , WVY . . lf 14 Z L 1.0, V yl 9 g fu 73 l l ll Z' ' a i 1, . L i f 9 My Z ytffggz ION to I'UIl'lOI' delillli fVlOf1l k ll f J Q lot'of work atten , Q gf f que Cervantes finds out that Di , 3 drawing layouts is a time con- ii W 102 YEAR OK W A suming and exacting job. V ' My " Photo by lim Collins.

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