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Page 14 text:
ll xcellence in Education"
clearly summed up the cur-
riculum of Mountain View. The
wide range of academics gave each
student a well-rounded education so
that excellence in education has be-
come a tradition.
ln the past 10 years, Mountain View
has established a reputation for excel-
lence by receiving many honors and
awards. Records were made to be
broken, and Mountain View has cer-
tainly followed through. The Accent on
Academics team has been the ii 1 team
in the district since the competition be-
gan. "Our biggest achievement," said
Principal James Curlett, "has been es-
tablishing a material reputation for ex-
"Students, faculty, and administra-
tion together have made a commitment
to excellence, and we live it every day,
year after year," stated English teach-
Mountain View has succeeded in the
many goals set from the beginning, and
has successfullycompleted "A Decade
Congratulations! - Proudly displaying the flag
Mountain View received from the Department of
Education are Principal James Curlett and Vice
Principal Dick Anderson.
Page 13 text:
Study hour - When teachers told students that
it was time to "hit the books," each student had
his own interpretation.
Togetherness - This group of spirited juniors
display their Toro pride in a break between
This'll teach you - After hearing that Bob Davis
became Homecoming king, John Martinez tries
to give him a pat on thesback while Albert Mendo-
za joins in. '
Let me explain - David Thompson instructs Jeff
Lee on how to pick up a date at the Hello Dance.
Page 15 text:
What a pair - Counselors Joe Diai and Bob Mill-
er hide behind Homecoming invitations and show
that even grown-ups can have a good time.
Open it up! - At a going away lunch party, senior
Jennie Smith watches blind student Kim Tim-
mons open her presents.
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