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Student Life Thrives In the CCHS Halls Once functioning solely as a connector of class- rooms, the halls of our high school have taken on additional roles. They serve as the primary con- veyors of student lifestyles. From the spirit posters on the walls to students sitting on its floors, var- ied aspects of school life flourish in the corridors. The ringing of the bell upsets this environment, and the bubbling life of the halls is transformed into learning experiences of daily classes. The most welcomed exception is the bell signifying the arrival of 3:10. Senior, Greg Diez, satifies his hunger for knowledge by reading one of the many newspapers available in the school library. Students find the provision of school telephones useful in ful- filling their oral instincts. Pay phones are the next best thing to being there. On a typical day driving to school, Bart Cramer exhibits his There he is talking to his imagin- unique style. Actually, he was the chauffer for the Junior Prin- ery friend again. This time Gary cess, Toni Coley. 12
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Varied student characteristics are appar- ent in this photo. The dreamer, the class-clown, and the thinker take on their usual roles in this class. Primping is a must before posing for school pictures. Junior, Sue Carder, proves this to be a fact. Is this a naughty boy or simply a result of this year’s crowded conditions? The answer remains to be known, but scenes, like this one exhibited by Wilbur Glascock, are becoming common place throughout our halls. | pEV-it? iic-i.Aut I ' nu C ' t-h r . ; ' 5 ' r ■ V ' V f ' f xc Mocarski actually has a by- CCHS halls arelivened up with posters of this type. The cheerlead- stander seeing it, too! ers’ work serves two purposes — the posters give spirit to the team and provide an area for students to write remarks and comments. 13
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