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BUSY SIGNALS Although the busy schedules of Lakewood High School students drained their energy, they always seemed to keep up their Lancer spirit and support of LHS. The eagerness of students to strive for success was exhibited when it came to jobs, homework, and late night practices. A different life began for many Lancers when they found themselves punch- ing a time card after the end of seventh period. For those who didn ' t find themselves in a uniform, favorite hobbies like surfing consumed their free time. Some Lancers found no need to leave the campus to participate in their favorite activities, while others found a desire to get away at times. Regardless, one of the unifying themes of LHS students was to do their best at school, and away from Lakewood as well. Being busy was a way of life for Lancers, but an enjoyable one. 10 Busy Signals
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NEVER TOO LATE Lakcwood students proved it ' s never too late, by putting down their books and enjoying what little youth they had left. Whether it was skateboarding on handrails, dressing up for Halloween, or even taking off to the local playground for a quick climb on the monkey bars. Lancers held on to their old ways of having fun. Some had the urge to dust off their old rollerskates, go down to the skating rink, and take a stroll down memory lane. Others, with thoughts of the future and what that holds in store for them, found preparing for that big test the thing to do. No matter what activity they were involved in, students remembered that the next day brought school, homework, and studying. However, responsibilities took a back seat to youthful pursuits, and Lancers lived by the idea that it ' s " Never Too Late " to enjoy them. "
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IB 1. LHS colorguard worked overtime perfecting routines. 2. Ms. Davis helped students understand computers. 3. Friends John Haberland and Dennis Blank both wanted that parking space. 4. Laura Cabral lost the battle with her books. 5. Preparation helped Renay Jones on the DMV test. 6. Raul Diaz and friends relaxed in- stead of raiding the banker. Busy Signals 1 1
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