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sighs of relief seniors Stephonle Sohlln, Dovid Moore, ond Tim Colllns complete their lost yeor of
To moke sure her cords ore in proper order, junlor Tommy
Ronk quickly looks them over.
support ond cooperotlon wos shown by students ot After receiving her bog of pre-pockoged books ot reglstrotion, Beth Crowley, senior, discusses her
summer vocotion with Jeff Kozloskl, junior.
the help of U.S, Government teacher, Mr. Wllllom Howell, senior Sherry Scolercio signs up for his
Pre-Reglstrotion ond Reglstrotlon 11
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New Methods Prove to Be Effective
One of the activities, that was faithfully
performed at the end of each year was
the pre-registration process. Students at-
tended two half days of school, while the
second halves were devoted to
This process was designed to provide the
students with the opportunity to sign up for
the classes and teachers that they wanted.
Counselors were available to assist
students who had problems with their
Before the school year began, students
were required to return for registration. The
incoming freshmen had to take science
and math tests before registering. The
registration process was changed for the
better. Unlike other years, the students'
books were already packaged in paper
bags, which saved them the trouble of'
picking up each book individually. "Part of
it was better, and part of it was worse. A lit-
tle of ir was disorganized, but llike the way
the books were set up, " commented Brent
Spaulding, senior. Students were also re-
quired to have a bank guarantee card
with them if they purchased their books
with a check. Although they were warned
ahead of time about the new policy,
many students came without their bank
guarantee-cards. Therefore, they were not
allowed to complete registration until they
were able to present their cards. This was
strongly enforced- to reduce check
All things considered, the registration
process went much smoother than in
previous years, and will most likely be
Students such as seniors Joy Mann and Robin Davis prove to be extremely helpful during pre-registration.
10 Pre-Registration and Registration
With a spark of interest senior Chip Brown eyes
At pre-registration, Steve Davis, senior, shows
pression of his schedule.
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Joy ond hoppiness ore expressed in the foces of our Homecom
ing King ond Queen, Colin Carr ond Somonrho Robinson.
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