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Page 7 text:
veryone Owns A Piece Qf The Rock
Page 6 text:
Morro Bay is
Table Cf Contents
Opening . . . . . I Athletics . .
Seniors . . . . . I6 Sophomores .
Features ..., . .34 Organizations
Academics . . . .50 Freshmen . . . .
Faculty . . . . .60 Friends .
Juniors . . . . 75 Index . .
wo communities, different in location
and personality, unite to form one
high school community.
a thriving city of 12,000
residents, has over 700 businesses, and
provides a place for thousands of tourists
to visit. The entire city has been designated
as a bird sanctuary and is the home of over
250 species of birds.
The south bay, Los Osos-Baywood Park,
is one of the fastest growing communities
in the county. Known for its parks and wiid
areas, the south bay attracts its share of
tourists. The popuiation of 15,000 is a mix-
ture of young families, artists, and retired
Page 1. 1. Being together at MBHS is a full time
job. From the moment we board the bus in the
morning, until the final bell rings, we are involved
with many different people doing many different
things in many different places. Working togeth-
er, studying together, learning together and play-
ing together is our education for life. Page 2. 1.
Everywhere you look, the rock is there. It is a
part of our daiiy lives. Tammy Brown and Kathy
Wiggins shiver on a pier on the Embarcadero. 2.
lt's the rock again, but this time as seen from Los
Osos. Marina Ecklund, Gabrielie Larsen, and An-
drea Duncan have a very special friendship
based on common interests. 3. Four great
friends, Morgan Jones, Damian Nieman, Ken
Sperow, and .lim Freeman share the breathtak-
ing view ofthe bay. 4. The State Park boat basin
is tucked safely away from the storms on the
bay. Dave Havemann and Elise Knudsen have a
unique relationship and can be seen together
often. What language do they speak in Denmark,
Elise? Page 3. 1. Students appreciate the beauty
of the bay, but oniy understand its uniqueness
after being away for a while. At the top of the
world in the State Park, L. Miller, E. Knudsen, K.
Kowarsch, K. Wissel, J. Butler, S. Davis, D. Have-
mann, and J. Tanner are some of the students
who responded to the yearbook staffs invitation
to have their picture taken. Where were you?
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our elementary schools, each with their own personality, prepare
students for secondary education. Life in the elementary school
was reading, writing, and arithmetic. You learned social skills and
developed your personality. You were graded on your achievements and
encouaged to be curious about your world. You fell in love and out of love
on the same day. Your best friends shared your secrets. You were proud
to be part of the large Sunnyside family, the non-graded classes of
Baywood, the last classes of Del Mar, or the traditional Morro School.
Highlights of those years include choosing a lunch box, playing on the
monkey bars, learning cursive, dressing up at Halloween, and eating
library paste. Memories of four-square games, finger painting, Toughs-
kins, satin jackets, lD bracelets, and rainy day schedules are a part of
each of us. What would elementary school be without "cooties" and
notes pinned to our clothes. Could anyone be more important than a
sixth grader? Only time would tell.
Page 4. 1. When the Yearbook staff invited the alumni of Del Mar to particpate in a
reunion photo, Renee Schultes and Robert Ruppert gladly accepted. 2. Sunnyside
graduate, Mario Rodriguez was heard to remark, "This school used to be bigge-rl".
FRONT ROW: R. Read, C. Wilson, C. Rankin, A. Wong, C. DeJong, M. Suschke, R.
Ubay. BACK ROW: S Davis, D. Havemann, R. McCorkle, V. Skiba, T. McKeller, S.
Chausse, C. Thompson, M. Rodriguez, J. Lindholm.
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