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Teachers Al Work 87
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Teachers working with their students served as a foundation upon which Lakewood High School was built. Various learning activities went on inside the classrooms that forged relationships between students and faculty that were very special to both. Every Lancer experienced different subjects each day, but what set those classes apart were the instructors who directed, motivated, and challenged students to achieve their potential. The partnership between stu- dents and teachers involved hard work, mutual trust, and a committment to success that benefitted stu- dents in 1988-89, and for years to come. 1. Mr. Rose and friends discussed the implications of the water cycle. 2. A tiny spot on the board distracted Ms. Slagley more than her students. 3. Ms. Hummer was stumped by that annoying filmstrip projector. 4. Mr. Howey led the way to excellence in graphic arts. 5. Different squares and rectangles always fascinated Mr. Patten. 6. New French teacher Ms. Williams went over some new vocabulary words with her class. 7. Ms. Gilpin showed one of her students a new measuring technique. 8. Mr. Reynolds em- phasized a point t o his sophomore class. 9. A student ' s new folder was sure to get a compliment from Ms. LeFever. 86 Teachers At Work
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The faculty of Lakewood High School were out- standing people off campus as well as on. Students found that their teachers shared many of the same extra-curricular interests. For example, they might catch their favorite teacher participating in a range of activities from boating to pole climbing. Each faculty member brought a unique personality to their class- room, which allowed them to reach out to their stu- dents in a variety of ways. Inside the buildings it was algebra to zoology and all stops in between, but out- side the confines of LHS it was anything goes. I.Mr. Seyler put his hands on this school offish during a recent trip to Texas. 2. Skimming over the water at top speed was Ms. Gilpin. 3. Mr. Howey and daughter were seen gliding down the hillside. 4. Looking for juvenile delinquents put Clarence Shaver in hot pur- suit. 5. Mr. Tereschuk climbed to the bow of his sailboat to get a view of the Long Beach Marina. 6. Kicking back in front of his Barbados vacation villa was Mr. Strother. 7. There was no room between Joey Sweeney and Fred Moore when they got together. 8. Ms. Robey and her brother John in earlier days reminisced about growmg up together. 9. Ms. Alosa elevated herself on a 50 ft. pole at a stress management camp. 10. A talk with pals Mickey and Minnie Mouse was therapy for Ms. Sorenson. Teachers Al Play
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