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August-and students were hot under
the collar in more ways than one.
The grumbling was frequent and
sometimes loud. "Can you believe we
have to pay to park?" was the often-asked
question, pinpointing the source of the
annoyance. But as with most 'gripes,' the
rurnble died down as soon as there was
something else to take its place. "Have
you heard about the new attendance
policy?" was the next query, followed
closely with "What in the world is a
Ushered in with the new year were
new policies. After the initial hullabaloo,
most students resigned themselves and
were forced to admit that at least some
The administration took on a new face
with the retirement of Mr. Sam Curlee
after 11 years as principal. His vice
principal, Mr. Weldon English, took
over, with Mr. Dee Didriksen as second
in command. Coach Ierry McCullough
moved up to take charge of boys
attendance, Mr. Didriksen's former post.
Teachers commented that they were
happy to see that "the positions were
kept in the 'family' and were pleased
with how smooth the transition had
I I I
Hey, what s the good
Singing the Alma Mater, the football team and
the cheerleaders celebrate the winning of the
Thomas Iefferson game,
Top: One of the 24 original 56 faculty members,
Ms. Gwen Dunsworth joins the teachers in a cheer.
Principal Weldon English attributed this low
faculty turnover to job enjoyment and content-
ment. Middle: Congregating at a football game,
students chant "get a Colt." Though the team was
losing, spirit remained high. Bottom: Standing on
the 'island', football players boost their morale
for the Richland game during a mini-pep
Copy and layout by Kelly Cooper 3
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T radj tions Con tin ue
Weldon English attend the Arlington High pep
rally. Although Mr, Curlee retired after 11 years,
Mr. English, his vice principal, assumed the role
and faculty and student body maintained
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