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Page 36 text:
"Homework has never been
easy for me to do, and working
every day does not help.
Working between 7 and 8 hours a
day after 3:00 does not leave me
ready to tackle a load of books."
- Lisa Worrell
torture tests or necessary evil?
The tortures of homework
have plagued students for years,
and Crowley students were no
Complicating the picture were
other obligations pulling on a
student's time after 3:30 pm.
"It's not easy going to college
and high school. Most of the time
I do my high school homework at
school and study for college
when I can - usually after a
- julie Smades
Issues and Answers
After-school jobs were always a
problem. Taking college prep
classes meant extra pressure.
Some students were also enrolled
in night courses at TCIC.
"I have to plan my schoolwork
around the time I spend working.
I usually try to get assignments
done in advance. I have to do my
school work on my nights off
work. I also try to get alot of
work done in class."
- Mike McConathy
"I think grades are important
because my grades and how hard
I work will show everyone how
hard I will work at achieving my
goals later in Iife."
- Terri Davis
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love 'em, or leave
Are grades really important? Do
they really reflect a student's
abilities? Do they merit the
emphasis put on them?
"I feel grades are ver'y
important to any future college-
bound student. If someone isn't
planning on going to college, it's
a matter of pride for their
- Ann McCulIouch
Page 35 text:
A successful smile. Kristi Bagley's cute, little
Datsun 2802 has been here since she was
a freshman, when she bought it using
money invested in stocks.
From the front. One of the most popular
cars of the Seventies and still glorious in the
Eighties was the Camaro. Alyson Hughes
adds a touch to Bobby Booker's 1980
Ford's finest. Showing off his 1970 Mach I
with Kristian Schmidt and Ben Venator is
senior limmy Wayland. limmy's extra nice
Ford holds a 351 Cleveland under the
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Page 37 text:
"Grades are important. What's
the use of going to school if you
don't care? You'd probably be in
school the rest of your Iife."
- Marla lackson
Most students queried seemed
to think that grades honestly
worked for and acquired were a
reflection of their abilities if not
always their potential.
A demanding grading system
characterized Crowley School. An
A could be earned only by a 93
average. In order to pass, a
student had to average 70
percent. Teachers felt that an A
should reflect true excellence.
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is there life after the senior year?
Where do all the seniors go after
graduation? Where was that
Never-Neverland of Post-
Graduation? Some, obviously
went to college to pursue yet four
more years of book-learnin'.
Some chose to jump directly into
a career based, perhaps, on a
vocational program pursued while
in high school.
"Going to the naval academy is
a challenge, one that I hope to
meet head-on. There, they have
pride and a high value of merit
that I wish to achieve."
- Edward limenez
"l'm going to the Air Force so I
can get a good-paying job. It has
the best advantages for a person
just out of high school. They will
even send you to college while in
or after you are out. To me it's
the best way to go if you aren't
sure what you want to do."
- Ken Taylor
Most seniors chose local
colleges - TCJC, TWC, UTA, or
TCU. One, Edward limenez, went
further afield when he was
accepted by the U. S. Naval
Academy. Whichever route
chosen, seniors could be sure to
find a new life ahead.
"I feel that a college education
will help me have a better job in
the future in that it will help me
be more prepared for Iife."
Issues and Answers
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