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Page 18 text:
BREAKING THE MONOTONY Matt Meadows and Ronnie Kidwell shovel sand during a break in their day. Roger Forsche concentrates on a project in industrial arts. Programmer Mike Harber stops for a minute to make sure he ' s doing the program right. 14 Student Life Tammy Davis checks out what ' s going on around her before getting a Coke.
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The spirit of Manassas Park High School is out¬ standing and exceeds that of the surrounding schools by far. Not only during homecoming week are we spirited, but also during the rest of the year. Our school spirit shines through at our football and basketball games, track meets, band concerts, and especially our pep rallies. Even our teachers are spirited and actively take part in school activities. Each of us, in our own way, is proud to be able to say, " l go to Manassas Park High School. " Dr. Creig supports the school at the football games. The Marching Cougars strut their stuff. Jenny Garmer gets ready to enjoy a great dance as Mr. Freeman looks on. Let ' s hear it for the Junior spirit, Go! Fight! Win! Student Life 13
Page 19 text:
On a cold morning, Jack Keller and Doris Shipe start their day with a smoke and a Coke. Alice Moore and sandy Duvall check out an interesting article. Bonnie Martin and Beth Mullins have fun as they work in art class. Classes, books, paper, and pens occupy only a fraction of the average student ' s school life. When not indulg¬ ing in scholarly matters the students take part in the school ' s many recreational facilities, such as playing with the computers during lunch or just reading an in¬ teresting magazine in the li¬ brary. Let ' s face it! School can be awfully monotonous. So, to break this monotony the students find interesting things to do during their breaks. During lunch the students enjoy the talk in the smoking area and the Seniors enjoy the camoraderie in the Se¬ nior Lounge. Clubs, Pep Ral¬ lies, and sports help to make the day more interesting, as do Jay Burke ' s morning announcements and Dr. Creig ' s memos. Every day something hap¬ pens to make that day a little bit more bearable. For some, getting into trouble is the best way to break up the day. For others, all they can hope for is that a train delays their bus trip back from Osbourn. Warming up for practice, Robert Dillinger and Matt McBride check over their tunes. Student Life 15
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