Mountain View High School - La Vista Yearbook (Mesa, AZ)

 - Class of 1986

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C6564 Za Zeeman or becoming involved and meet- ing people, groups on campus were the perfect answer. With a variety of clubs and organizations, each person had a wide choice to suit his or her interests. "Clubs are a great way to get involved and meet people," said DECA member Marin DeMichele. These various organizations in- volved students in activities and pro- vided valuable learning experiences. Groups such as pom, cheer, and pep club enabled students to show their pride. These groups were known for their spirited presence at football SW Pirouette! - Demonstrating her dancing skills to other members of Dance Theater is junior Shelley Mask. 1. ... Opening 6 Clubs Organizations I games. Music-oriented groups were an excit- ing way to develop talent. Whether marching, singing, or putting on con- certs, each group was kept busy with fundraisers and activities. Other clubs ranged from business- oriented areas and future planning groups to special areas such as sci- ence, scuba, and foreign languages. People involved became a part of planning the many activities around school. Each group contributed a spe- cial part in making this "A Decade of Excellence." W Sprichst du Deutsch? -- Ray McManaman and Amy Hook sell Gummi Bears at the Toro Family Festival to raise money for German Club.



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4 school is only a building. The people who go there generate the friendliness and pride that exists. People gave character and per- sonality to a school, and they set the reputation for others to follow. As Mountain View's tenth year start- ed, students were anxious to see old friends and also to make new ones. After a period of time, the people be- came united and known as one of the I I I best schools in the nation. The attitude of the people is what makes a school, and Mountain View's attitude filled the air with pride. The commitment to excellence kept people striving to make their school known to others as outstanding. Students, faculty, and administra- tors all played a part in making Moun- tain View what it is, and making this "A Decade of Excellence." Opening 8 People -1-l . virginia? s""9'Hwg 'Q 1-"df, . .1 .2 K H,,sL,g,,.:"'u' ' .Q-all lg M . ,.1,,ud"""w ' 1 f.'l yy ,h . , UL " . 'f -- , - k .fl y K 5 E' ' -'vMWK,,,,-,M ' - V W, 4 ' f ' 4, ,O . . ' No rush - Getting to the next class on time was not a high priority with this group of students.

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