Cortez High School - Cortesians Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ)

 - Class of 1983

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Page 10 text:

The Auditorium is o highly proised oddition to our school, ti wt 1111 :tif-r . ,n rr- mel:-cgtlori 6 Theme 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 Day."

Page 9 text:

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in-. 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 on tickin'. 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 be. .U ,, HJ-lil' l A xx ,M M- . it A ? iii' 'wld' ti ' 9.5. , . Theme 7

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