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Page 10 text:
School spirit is alive and kicking as hundreds of students
gather for the assemblies. The thing stressed most is school
spirit. The spirit flows higher than a regular high-lifting vocal
expression to an intimate peak. We want every school to
know that we are the most spirited. This spirit helps cheer on
victories of our team and helps release the real person hidden
deep inside of everyone. Let this spirit last forever! Let no one
knock it and be as loud as you can because if we can't hear
you, you're not loud enough. Let's remember that spirit we
had and lets reflect on it in the future.
Photos by: Mr. Schlenker
Layout by: Bobby States
Story by: Rona Pride
Page 9 text:
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The theme for this year was reflections. We are all going
to try to make something of ourselves in this world of ours
and we will look back some day at the fun times we had in
high school. How we cheered our teams on to victory, the
school play, those band trips, and those after the game
dances. Then there was Homecoming, the Christmas Party
and Dance, the Yearbook Ski Trip to Purgatory, the Junior
Prom, the Senior Trip to Mexico and the last days of
school, final exams, graduation and parties, ooh yes, those
were the days.
Story by Jason LaBrie
Layout by Jason LaBrie
Photos by Mr. Schlenker
Page 11 text:
1. At the assembly Mr. Briggs, Mr. Miller and Mrs.
Johnson discuss who's going to do what at the
2. Members of the student council show spirit in
3. Junior, Brian Yarbrough and Junior Dawn
Rowland compete at Homecoming assembly.
4. Junior, Ron Neal looks on as Krista Hanna,
junior ties classmates in.
5. After an assembly, administration member,
Jennifer Johnson, gives the o.k. signal.
6. The varsity football team had much spirit in fall
7. The attention of the crowd was grabbed as the
spiritline did an exciting number.
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