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Page 18 text:
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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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.
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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.
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Z1 I I
s tension builds up in a student's
life, activities provided an opportu-
nity to escape and release pres-
sure. They allowed time to kick back, re-
lax, and enjoy life to its fullest.
The idea of a fun activity varied from
student to student. Said senior Nancy
Martinez, "l really enjoyed the football
Ml enjoyed going to Homecoming. With
a fun date: it was totally cool!" explained
senior Matt Hendrick.
While some partook in quiet social ac-
tivities, others preferred wild times with
close friends. Times such as those also
Lookin' up - Dancing to the song"'Perfect" at the
Dobson assembly are pommies Brenda Shults and
Revenge onthe sophomores - Greg Arnett ques-
tions "sophomores" Becky Phillips and Julie John-
son during an assembly game show.
provided an atmosphere to make new
At Mountain View, there were many ac-
tivities to participate in. Assemblies got
people pepped up for sports events, the
most popular of which were football
games. Most students could be with
friends to cheer the mighty Toros on to
School dances, concerts, the blood
drive, Spirit Week, and the Toro Family
Festival were examples of various activi-
ties around campus. Activities have
played a major role in this "Decade of
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