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Above Left: Like Father, Like Son! Coach Dutton and child snack on popcorn, sold by Booster Club at all games, before a home basketbal l game. Above: At the Annual Homecoming Dance in November Ms. Wire, shown here with Mrs. Pinckard, was a chaperone. Other chaperones included Mrs. Tonkens and Mrs. Buckley. Left: Refereeing the Powder Puff Game during Homecoming Week was one of Coach Webber’s ways of “Getting Involved.” Ted Curtis; Algebra II, Consumer Math and Chemistry Ann Marie Davis; Head Librarian Cheryl Ecklund; Assistant Librarian Alan Freeman; Concert Band and Jazz Band Kathy Hamilton; English 9 Sandy Hammersly; Physical Education 9, 10 and Advanced Phys. Ed. Faculty 19
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Get Involved!! “get involved, get involved’’ seemed to be the message the administration gave the teachers. They really pushed this message, encouraging teachers to take part in student activities, to help increase the already abundant activities, and give a new meaning to the word “chaperone.” A system was initiated where the teachers signed up to chaperone on a calendar in the main office. They could pick from various sporting events, overnight trips, concerts, movies, and dances. They were only required to chaperone a mere five events out of the thousands of events. Ms. Ann Marie Davis had these comments on chaperoning: “I enjoy chaperoning school activities. It gives teachers and students a chance to interact in a relaxed atmosphere.” Right: In his extravagant and humorous way Mr. George Lewis shows that even Bus Duty can be livened up. This was the first time any teacher dressed up for Bus Duty. Brenda Banks; Typing I Mark Bowersox; Government and U.S. and VA History Mary Buckley; Remedial Reading Dr. E. W. Bowington; World History and Government Glenda Canfield; Guidance Secretary Patty Carius; Biology and Advanced Biology 18 Faculty
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“It’s due tomorrow.” Teachers say this with full knowledge that at least 1 student will forget. Like Ms. Carius, shown at right, lecturing. Excuses, Excuses “Good Morning, glad you could join us, even if for a few minutes,” as you walk in late to 2nd period. As you slump in your seat, you watch the teacher’s face as she reads your excuse. “Please excuse this dear child, she was held hostage by some foreign exchange students.” You chuckle with the class as she reads it aloud in disbelief. So tell me really, what’s your excuse? FOR BEING LATE TO SCHOOL I had a flat My dog had puppies Overslept Reminding Mrs. Hammersley of a faculty meeting to discuss the third change in the tardy policy (this year), Mr. Egan states he’s “happy” with the detention policy. : ormer kindergarten music teacfie iann was not accustomed to soi ixcuses’ she heard. ft Betsy Hermann; Concert Choir and Jazz Choir Jackie Herr; Cosmetology I, II, III Clairence Izzard; Auto Body I, II, III Janice Knestrick; Art I and Advanced Art George Lewis; Drafting I, II, III Chuck Lowry; I.C.T. I, II, III and Latin I, II, III 20 Faculty
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