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

 - Class of 1986

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4 I Experienced coach - Varsity football coach Jesse Parker prepares to introduce the 1985 team to the student body. Watch closely - Fitting the pieces together, art teacher Burdell Moody shows Jennifer Sunding how to construct a frame. ua? gl 1 225 L I W . M kilxg, I Original 41 staff members, Front Row: Ronald Lax, Dale Charles, Joe Diaz, Wayne Gautreau, Richard Hawkins, Sandra Bouley, Richard Sag- gio, Esther McDonald, Donna O'Haverg Row 2: David Bacon, Bruce Kunde, Richard Rader, Curtis Brown, Carol Kish, Betty Northey, Mary Lou Ga- lindog Flow 3: Vernon "Lucky" Baldwin, Reed Robinson, Jean Shields, Bobby Davidson, Ann Fagan, Amy Hull, Frank Deveauxg Row 4: Shirley Meade, Richard Griffin, Jesse Parker, Burdell Moody, Lou Kish, Jack Snow, Louis Dodez, James Curlett. Not pictured: Gordon Anderson, Ken Brackney, Tom Guest, Mike Jackson, AI Jaeckel, Joe Lloyd, Chris Peterson, Norman Shill, Wayne Slade, Wayne Vala. What, another ten years? - Principal James Curlett reminisces over the last ten years and looks forward to the next. What's a hypotenuse? - Math teacher Gordon Anderson instructs Dawn Dye in some of the finer points of geometry. O r 065221522 13

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E 88 en years ago, 68 teachers set out to make Mountain View the best school in the nation. With dedica- tion and commitment, 41 of these staff members have stayed on to achieve that goal. On September 30 - October 2, 1985, Principal James Curlett and Eng- lish teacher David Bacon traveled to Washington, D.C., to be honored by President Ronald Reagan. They were presented with a red, white and blue flag stating "Excellence in Education" to bring back to Mountain View. This award was given to only 281 schools in the nation to honor outstanding secon- dary schools. Other such prestigious In gggg . awards have also been earned by the Mountain View family. ln Omni magazine, Mountain View was listed as one of 12 outstanding schools in the nation. Also, for the past seven years, Mountain View has had the best attendance record in Mesa. To receive such awards, much work and commitment was needed from a dedicated staff. The original 41 staff members have shown their ability in providing excellence in education. The 1986 edition of -La Vista is dedi- cated to the original staff members in thanks for making these years "A Dec- ade of Excellence." 9 1 I E if' 1 ,.,.. ff X., N. viii 8 is . ! gjkik, , .. 2, .E , ' w .wwilnf 1,94- 0 . 12 022230. ..l ,,,,A" Gather 'round - Ceramics instructor Tom Guest demonstrates the techniques of creative pottery to a group of his sixth hour class members. ' s . image!!!



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M4 Adwllwz M57 fisg 3 'R Division page Activities . fm W 3 ii. it Toro tribe - Brent Weindorf, Shane Morris, Chris Happy helpers - Julianne Daughety and Ted Ca Cummings, Brian Flothlisberger, and Robert Camp- caterra spend time at the Toro Family Festival sei bell show their spirit at the Westwood game. ing T-shirts and baked goods.

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