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AS WE SHOULD-WE WORK Many students participate in various jobs around the school. Always ready, willing, and able to help, the students assist Dale by carrying out cinders from the boiler room. Several stu¬ dents work in the lunch room where the rewards for a job well done are free lunches. Students also run errands for teachers and administrators. The air at R.H.S. is filled with complete har¬ mony as students work with the faculty. Diana DeVine and Linda Lesh are seen decorating the tree for the annual Christmas program. Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Crow and Mrs. Jackson spend several hours each day preparing a variety of nourishing meals. The bulletin board keeps students up to date with the various school activities such as dances and parties. 6
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OUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME When the hell rings, students grab their books and head for the next class. To most students Roanoke School is a home away from home. Activities go on among stu¬ dents and teachers with an air of warmth and friendship. Reflected in the faces of the people is the feeling that our days at school are filled with joy and happiness. All too soon the fun- filled hours of school will be gone forever and the students at R.H.S. are determined not to let a single golden moment pass without taking full advantage of it. Mr. Egly punches lunch tickets as the cooks prepare for the noon rush. Keith Langston and Richard Dillman prepare a news film for sociology class. 5
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AND WE ENJOY IT Even school cant be all work and no play; Roanoke is no exception. The various activities which go on during school or in the evening give students a chance to relax and kick up their heels a bit. Dances, ball games, concerts, fish frvs, skating parties and banquets are a few of the “extras enjoyed by students. The Roanoke Dance Band provided students and teachers with many enjoyable hours of good music and dancing. The fad of the year was the twist, as demonstrated here by two old pros, Linda and Gary. Happiness is mirrored in Cheryl Caley’s smile as she is crowned queen of the Sweetheart Dance. 7
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