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experiences and knowledge. We wanted it to
be a good year - a year to remember. lt was.
When it was over, there was no doubt about
it - we had met the challenges coming our
way with all the enthusiasm we could muster.
There was no question when it came to sports.
We topped them all when our varsity football team
captured the City Championship. We were proud as
our best players signed for scholarships,
and when we stood in the stands at a basketball game to
support our squad against its cross-town rivals.
We were pleased to see more success in soccer and looked
forward to the sunshine and warm weather when our baseball and
track teams outshined the others in spring.
lt was obvious, we cared. Second-period classes were behind Student
Council's and Beta Clubfs Christmas and Thanksgiving drives, donating
food and toys to provide happier holidays for those less fortunate. We sent
valentine and Halloween messages to express our feelings, sang "Happy
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classes, trying to beat the tardy bell.
But smiles slowly faded as the choir worked way beyond the final bell
on their dinner show, "Sentimental Journeyfl and the play cast on their
production You Can 't Take It With You. The casts were greeted by gales
of laughter and rounds of applause when the courtain parted opening night.
Needless to say, smiles returned on those hardworking faces.
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The band sponsored projects to raise money
for their trip to Florida. Foreign language
clubs and Vocational groups prepared for
contest. Debs practiced daily for their
contest in Colorado and Project Close Up indulged
in world events to get ready for their trip
to Washington D.C.
Everyone listened and watched as the Commission
on Education held the fate of extra-curricular
activities in their hands. While that commission
debated lenghtening the school day, there was no doubt
about our commitment. We challenged ourselves with the
SAT, the new academic coach program and conjugating Latin
verbs. We sought answers to Chemistry problems and took on
those extra reading requirements for English, and we worked on
theorems in Geometry and dissected frogs in Biology.
To gain real-life experiences, we traveled outside the school walls on field
trips. The German Club attended Neiman-Marcus' Fort night, English 4 students
visited the new Dallas Art Museum and Government classes watched justice in
action at the courthouse. Meanwhile, guest speakers often visited us in our
environment so we could get firsthand advice from experts in the field.
We challenged our minds when it came to TABS testing, hoping to demonstrate
understood and could use basic skills, and we took a look at future
occupational possibilities with aptitude testing.
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