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Mark Mitchell, after being ill for
several days, is greeted with a wel-
come back to school party.
"lfyou steal my pencil one more time . . . " says Ashlie
Evans to Andy Shipman.
"SKlLL COMES SO SLOW, AND LIFE
SO FAST DOTH FLY, WE LEARN SO
LITTLE AND FORGET SO MUCH?
Sir John Davies
Ask anyone who has every built a bookcase,
fixed a car, or repaired a faulty light socket,
and he will tell you-in order to do thejob, you
must have the proper tools.
In a very real sense, the "john of our chil-
dren is learning. They must learn now in order
to prepare themselves to take an active, func-
tioning place in adult society.
Our curriculum determines our educational
programs. It is a framework of learning alter-
natives, or the tools for the childis 'jobf' Every
student has the right to develop to the maxi-
mum of his potential. It is our responsibility to
provide the proper "tools" through a struc-
tured curriculum and assist the student to
achieve this goal. Thise "tools" help them be-
come a contributing member of our society
and a positive influence on their community.
Supervisor of Curriculum
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Joey Graves, the youngest fireman in training.
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MRS. ELANDER KA-AM Cback rowj Melissa Anton, Ashlie Evans, Dusty Stafford,
Edward Kennepohl, Molly Brown, Trey Woodfink, J.D. Kunkel. Cmiddlej .lennefer Of-
field, Andy Shipman, Landi Walder, Brian Meadows, Chance McCollum, Rayla Crab-
tree, Qbottomj Heide Law, James Martin, Mark Mitchell, Randy Quast, Cindy Fortson.”