Lakota High School - Lakhian Yearbook (Kansas, OH)

 - Class of 1983

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Jeff Adoms, Assoc. l3.S., Vo. Ag. l, ll, lll, IV, FFA, ond Young Former Advisor. Sherry Adoms, B.A., Freshmon Choir, Mixed Choir, Mixed Ensemble Advisor. Ginni Beoston, l3.S., M.A., Heolfh ond Phys. Ed., Vorsity Volleyboll Cooch. Phil Boze, l3.S,, Phys. Ed., Heolth, Driver's Ed., Vorslty Boseboll Cooch. Rick Brinkmon, l3.S., Eorth Science, Freshmon Advisor. Jeff Copell, l3.A., Americon Government, Americon History. Myron Cline, l3.S., M.A., Guidonce Counselor, Boys' ond Girls' Cross Country Cooch, Boys' ond Girls' Trocls Cooch, Horold Corbin, B.A., M. Ed., Guidonce Counselor. Williom Devol, l3.S., Freshmon English, Journolism, "Lolsoro Times" Advisor, Vorsity Assistont Footboll Cooch, Jr. High Trock Cooch. H Career With Variety When oslsed why she chose teoching os o coreer, Mrs. Beoston sold thot she tools quite o long time orriving ot thot decision. "After trying severol thot turned out to be less thon perfect, including eight yeors ot Whirlpool Corporotion in Clyde, I decided l wonted o coreer thot offered more voriety." Mrs. Beoston hos olwoys enjoyed being both o spectotor ond o porticipont in mony sports ond octivities, so physicol educotion wos o logicol choice for her. She odded heolth to her mojor, but only becouse the opportunities for employment were much greoter with both fields. However, Mrs. Beoston hos grown to olmost prefer heolth over physicol educotion becouse of "oil the positive chonges thot hove token ploce in the field." 77

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FIDMINISTFIHTIDN Gary Keller, B.S,, M.A., Superintendent. Nicholas Ezzone, Jr., B.S., M.Ed., Specialist in Education, LHS Principal. The 1962-83 school year began with a running start. Following state funding cuts and the need to trim costs, the extracurricular programs' future was seriously injeopardy. To ""' L insure that these fine programs which S serve well over halfofthe students Q 1 t' T' would go on during the 1982-83 school year, students and parents organized to raise some money. The result was people from all over the district working together throughout 3 the summer to sell popcorn, repair driveways, gather fireflies and organize and hold the first Lakota Festival including the first Lakota 1K and 5K runs. Once again, the wonderful people of Lakota came h through to show how much they care. Although the money came ' 'h'OU9h fron Convemiono' 5OU'Ce5f V LAkorA nomo or EDUCATION -James I-laubert, William neasian, Nancy Houtz, Ned Fairbanks the funds raised were used to benefit - President, Maurice Carlo - Vice President. every activity serving Lakota High School students. - Gary Keller



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SI-mills for cl Lifetime Why do you teach? "I teach because I enjoy working with young people. It gives me a good and satisfying feeling to be able to teach skills that can be useful for a lifetime," replied Mr. Gasteier. "If I hadn't become a teacher, I probably would have become a landscape architect, as this is a career which I very seriously contemplated before selecting Industrial Education." Mr. Gasteier still enjoys working outside. He has a small landscape and lawn maintenance business during the summer months. The biggest reward in teaching for Mrs. Krol is when a student takes the time to let her know that they learned something new in her class. "I am a teacher because of the positive influence I have onthe development of young persons." If Mrs. Krol had to choose a career other than teaching, she would like to supervise a day-care center or go into interior decorating. Steven Doty, l3.S., English I, ll, Speech, Senior Class Advisor. Robert Gasteier, I3.S., Industrial Arts I, ll, Ill, IV. Linda James, BS., Single Survival, Family Living, Future Homemokers of America Advisor, National Honor Society Advisor. Pamela Krebs, l3.S., M.Ed., Librarian, Junior Class Advisor. Linda Krol, B.S., Home Economics I, ll, Advanced Home Economics, Future Homemokers of America Advisor, Junior Class Advisor. Karen Netzel, B.S., General Business, Consumer Economics, World History, Sociology. mi iszfig ic , C vs. Sm., ,,.. g iiwwf.,

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