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Page 89 text:
Bag ladies to traffic jams. Schools to
grocery stores. At first glance,
Washington, D.C. may seem to be a
blueprint of any other American city,
but eight seniors had the opportunity
to spend four days there this year
and discovered that it isn't so
commonplace afterall. It abounds
with a constant stream of tourists,
numerous foreign embassies, and
many prominent people. Though the
group didn't get to catch a glimpse of
President Reagan, they did tour the
White House and had a personal
meeting with Ohio Senator John
Glenn. The Capitol Building, the
Washington Monument, and the
Smithsonian Museum were a few of
their many stops. Though they
probably had as much fun in their
hotel rooms and riding the Metro
CWashington, D.C.'s mass-transit
system? as they did everything else,
the group came back with a better
understanding of how the national
government is run andthe people
A. The Capitol Building.
B.ln Arlington Cemetery, Pete Gibson and
Dave Miller seem to have a little problem.
C. The whole group together: Wendy Keller,
Robin Keller, Candy Nleset, Rick Kline,
Lynette Timmons, Gary Holman, Pete Gib-
son and Dave Miller.
D. The Lincoln Memorial.
E. Pat Stahl, Clair Younr, and Dave Worsteln
were chaperones for the D.C. trip,
F. Would you believe Rick Kline ever saw a
Page 88 text:
Senior government class is one that
everyone seems to look forward to. Perhaps
that is because it doesn't quite follow the
traditional guidelines that most other classes
Each government class has the opportunity
to form their own country and govern it in the
way they choose. This is to provide students
with some knowledge and experience as to
how the American government is run. Some
classes were aggressive and QOT things
accomplished in their countries while others
merely let them run their course. At any rote,
the criminal element seemed to abound in all
countries this year which kept all thejudges
busy and thejails occupied quite frequently.
Micro community is a year-long simulation tha
gles you the opportunity to be a sheriff, a
congressman, or even President.
Judges Duane Decker and Rick Miller are
kept busy throughout the course of
Micro Community with numerous clvil
and criminal cases.
B. Rob Cox and Marlene Hoffman try to
plan their next move In the Presidential
C. After much planning and scheming on
his part, Jamie Biddle is happy wlth the
results of the Primary Convention.
D. Jerry Hoffman rallies up the votes for his
E. Government class is not oll play. Troy
Haar shows that it often takes a lot of
work and research to be prepared for
the various activities.
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Page 90 text:
Our longuoge deportment consists of
mony closses, Since English is port of every-
doy life, it is importont to spend time out-
side of the classroom os well os ing such os
the librory. English is o required course for
three yeors of high school, so the teochers
try to odd o little excitement. Moking
speeches, helping to oct out ports of 0
Shokespeoreon ploy, ond working
together in Journolism to creote o school
newspoper is o breok from the regulor
spelling ond grommor.
A. Spending time in the librory helps in-
creose Shoron Newmon's vocobulory.
B. Who wiil go first is the question in Mr.
Steve Doty's Speech closs.
C. Dovid Stevens mokes sure he hos his
eyes on the oudience insteod of his speech
D. lt is not thot eosy to stoll on o speech, os
Ruben Mortinez finds out,
E. Mr. Jeff Szobo hos to check for occurocy
when he is groding the Senior English closs'
F, Spending time in the librory is port of
leorning obout different types of sources.
Andy Gorcio tries out the comics while Jerry
Long ond Dove Miller get down to serious
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