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So You Thought You ' d Seen It All All decked out in long sweaters, stretch pants, sol ' s, and T- shirts, 743 seniors, juniors, and sophomores entered the building August 20. They came ready to re- sume a schedule similar to the one which they had just three months earlier. Over the past spring and summer several changes had been made that would affect their lives in one way or another. The major changes were the trimester program, and the remodeling of the adminis- tration offices. With the trimester sched- ule, students had five 70 minute classes compared to the seven 50 minute classes. The school year was no longer divided into two four and one half month sections, but rather into three, three month sincriments. After four weeks of the schedule, students had adapted to their new daily routines. An- gee Porter, senior, said, " I like it. I don ' t have as much homework each night be- cause we only have five classes. " Junior, Janell Eng- land, said, " Some of my classes are so boring I go to sleep every day. " Although the longer class periods be- came monotonous, the fact that the students, generally, had less homework was greatly enjoyed. 2 Opening
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o You Thought You ' d Seen It All Stepping to the music of the Marching Band, the Flag Team per- forms for the crowd on Main Street. Madison High School 134 Madison Avenue Rexburg, ID 83440 Opening 1
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Over the summer the administration of- fices were moved to the south end of the sophomore hall where the counseling offices were previously located. Along with three windows in Mr. Ford and Dr. Holloway ' s of- fices, several new walls and doors were installed. Secre- tary, Mae Niederer ' s office was also moved into the re- modeled section adjoining both Mr. Ford and Dr. Holloway ' s offices. The change helped to supervise the hall which the students usually used to exit the building when sluffing as- semblies and other activi- ties. Carmen Hart, sopho- more, said, concerning the windows, " 1 like them very much. No one dares steal anything from my locker be- cause they know they ' ll get caught by Mr. Ford looking out of his office. " These new changes were just the beginning of a year that would prove we hadn ' t yet, seen it all! Typing an assignment for her type class is Dara Davenport, junior. ' ' -Mb Opening 3
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