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The Auditorium is o highly proised oddition to our
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To the delight of the students, sodo pop Is once
ogoin sold on compus onytlme during the doy os
opposed to the previous two yeors when it wos
only sold ofter 1 PM.
Every morning ot 8:03 the school is greeted by the
cheery voice of Mr. Vern Jocobs, Deon of
Students, ond his "Good and Bod News for the
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t only dld the school go through chonges resulting from
e construction of the oudltorlum, but work wos olso per-
rmed to repolr o mojor gos leak.
We Took A Lickin'
As o whole, the school suffered
tremendous losses in vorious
lt oll begon with the budget cuts
ot the end of the '81-'82 school
yeor. To stort with, students were
not permitted to ottend summer
school unless they hod foiled o re-
quired course. ln previous yeors
students were allowed to toke
closses during the summer by their
own choice. ln oddition, five
teochers, two odministrotors, ond
one counselor left our school. Plus
foculty ond teochers lost o number
of porking spoces. Also certoin
closses were dropped from the
moster schedule. Unlike eorlier
yeors, the office stoff suffered
losses too when they were off
work for the month of July due to
the closure of the moin office.
With the orrivol of the new
deon, Mr. Vern Jocobs, o new tor-
dy policy wos put into effect. One
tordy wos oll thot wos needed to
receive on hour detention insteod
of three tordies, os it hod been in
previous yeors. "l think the tordy
policy is unfair," soid Doreen Son-
ville, junior. "We should or Ieosr
get one chance ro be tordy. "
At the beginning of the school
yeor, we olong with two other
schools in the GUHSD suffered from
gos Ieoks. The leoks were
repoired within the first nine
weeks ond were no mojor distroc-
tion to students.
And to top everything off, the
school enrollment dropped about
130 students from the previous
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In order to ovold recelvlng on hour detention for being tordy, students woste no time ln getting to closs.
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ith the addition of the new salad bar, senior Doug
lson finds lunches more appetizing.
But We Kept on Tickin'
Even though we took a lickin', we kept
The loss of staff members hit us hard, but
the arrival of six new dedicated ones prov-
ed to be beneficial.
When students came to school the first
day, they discovered that there were
parking lot cohnges. The spaces were
altered so as to allow room for more cars,
and cement islands were added to make
the parking lot a safer place to drive.
There were also changes in the
cafeteria. A new salad bar was added and
milk shakes were introduced. "l like the
milk shakes because they taste pretty
With more room provided In the parking lot, Mark
Cullen, senior, finds it easier to cruise his Bug.
good, and are lasting. Because they last so
long, I can eat them in my classes," said
Kevin Richard, junior. Also the snack bars
began selling soda pop again at lunch
which in previous years was outlawed
because of Arizona State laws.
The biggest addition to the school,
however, was the construction of the long
awaited auditorium. The district spent
about S1,600,000.00 on our auditorium.
They obtained the money from a District
306 Levy fund. The auditorium was com-
pleted in the spring and became the
center of many school activities.
The Career Center ls a resourceful room at our school
now located where the old conference room used to
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