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Deb Oberhouse, BS., Art I, ll, III, Advanced
Art, Senior Class Advisor.
Marcia Redding, I3.S., Ed., English ll, Spanish l,
ll, Freshman Cheerleading Advisor.
Gary Scherger, I3.A., M. Ed., Biology,
Chemistry, Anatomy, Boys' Track Coach.
Thomas Shook, B.A., Marching Band, Concert
Bond, Pep Band, Jazz Band.
Jan Stoudinger, BS., Algebra ll, Geometry,
Senior Math, J.V. Volleyball Coach.
Jeff Szabo, I3.S., MA., M. Ed., English IV,
Student Council Advisor, Administrative
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Dead cats, chemistry experiments
and biology lab. "What do I like in
students? l like intelligence, cooperation,
some fire, happiness -I like to see
them smile - curiosity, and even alittle
bit of ornerinessf' Mr. Scherger relaxed
and responded to the questions
enthusiastically. He even took the
question a little further by adding,
"What Idon 't like in students is a lack of
determination, failure to follow
directions, pouring and cry babies."
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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
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
Linda Krol, B.S., Home Economics I, ll,
Advanced Home Economics, Future
Homemokers of America Advisor, Junior Class
Karen Netzel, B.S., General Business,
Consumer Economics, World History,
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Sandra Tiffany, B.S., Special Education,
Elementary Education, Learning Disabilities
Tom Tucker, Faculty Manager.
Elizabeth Wairman, B.S., Shorthand l, Typing l,
James Wertz, B.A., M. Ed., Accounting l, ll,
Typing ll, Annual Staff Advisor, Audio-Visual
Gary White, B.S., Math, Physics, Jr. High Track
Coach, Varsity Football Coach.
Donald Windom, B.S., High School Special
Education, Sophomore Class Advisor, Track
Dave Worstein, B.S., Contemporary Affairs,
World Geography, Freshman Football Coach,
Varsity Girls' Basketball Coach.
Clair Yount, B.S., Psychology, American
Government, Varsity L Advisor, Athletic
During the summer months, Mr.
Wertz has plenty of hobbies to oc-
cupy his time. He takes wedding pic-
tures and does other small
photography jobs. He often spends
the summer months taking trips to
various places around the country.
"One summer, my wife and I took a
camping trip across the western
states for six weeks." This summer,
Mr. Wertz has plans to visit
Washington, D.C. When he's not
traveling across the country, he en-
80 joys woodworking, fishing, and
gardening at home.
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