North Las Vegas Christian School - Thunderbird Yearbook (Las Vegas, NV)

 - Class of 1978

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CII RISTI 5 RAB E3 6 PRINCIPAL CH.C0l TRA NsPonrAT1oNAx 'GHEST QUA UTY- Whillvetiie,fX?QHZ2fIgf51'QMVhZ4 ...... .. , ..., . ...aw ..1.-. .,.....-f ' ..gMs.gw1.:i...Q1fQW--ff examine is his character. Weak character may prevent an athlete who has all of the requisite skills and talents from having a successful career in the National Football League. In the same sense, I am convinced of the im ortance of a Christian school P education in the life of a young person. Without the strength of character that grows from a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, a young person will not achieve a truly successful and meaningful life, regardless of his talents and education. ...ln the Bible we find an important question. "God exalteth by His power: who teacheth like Him?" Uob 362229. There is no source for sound teaching and wisdom like placing Jesus Christ at the center of all aspects of our life, including the educa- tion of our children. It has been my privilege to serve on the Board of a Christian school for several years, and to have seen my daughter, Lisa, graduate from our Christian school. It has also been very satisfying to me to be a part of supplying Christian leadership for the future by providing Bible-centered educa- tion for our young people. Tom Landry Coach, Dallas Cowboys My contact with parents usually begins when their children show signs of prefer- ring non-Christian friends and turning away from a Christian life. This problem is easily understandable when children spend every school day sur- rounded by teachers, school administra- tors, and students who, at best, ignore or reject the Christian life. Wise parents will see to it that their children grow up in a Christian atmos- phere. This is one reason why Christian schools are flourishing. Dr. Henry Brandt Consulting Psychologist 'MOSPHERE A N SCH U L 642-1978 I E I -DUO Tl ON ig ,. ., A , y VV h,,,. 1 ,I f'f- H 5,-..M......-1 -rm-B. wt. Among all the parents who send their children to Christian schools, the largest single professional group is from public education. What this says is that public school teachers and principals - more than any- body - don't want their own children in public schools. In the beginnings of our nation all our schools were church schools. Public educa- tion is a comparatively recent innovation. Now we are rediscovering that private schools provide better education at less cost. Paul Harvey Paul Harvey News ABC Radio Network DEDICATICN TG THE MAN 5535325 l t N ...whose vision became our school, free of hassle we are weary of. . .who taught us to love in the Agape way. . .who challenges our minds. and cares about our souls... To this man, Pastor Mike Friedman, our principal, we respectfully dedicate our first hard cover THUNDERBIRD. W MRS. CHIC FRIEDMAN, I N I D THE WOMAN BEHIND THE MAN. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OT NORTH LAS VSSAS W v ll l t V Ti Nl H, ATVT W "fMS A Rm. ffA N,A- V 1 M Nf -W If t V yt r J L wvk I , K ly A A .llht ' 3 f H' , N e f A A A ,, A 'Q -'A M' MRS. ETHEL SINGLETON SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER I I I CHURCH TREASURER Lori H Lori C Tara, and Don their flight number be called untam, Elffel Tower Homokis, Magannams, EW Causeys, geUWA 'R and Don 3 gl smile X for Yi ' Z yy 1 the camera... l EURUPE ,7 7 Each Summer, students and teachers enjoy a tour of Amsterdam, Italy, France, Belgium, Switzerland, and Germany... Don Kracke, THUNDERBIRD photographer enjoyed shooting U art treasures mom LISA The MS- Mefcefeau PHYS h?1' Louvre, Sistine Chapel,'Trevi bigsdmgde the Same flight Fountain, T1vo11 Gardens, etc. S e 1 T0day's Energy omorrows Dllemma' .M Dr. Levendis Q presents Q51 il First Place 2 winner Jerry Booker with a certificate... LIO ' CLUB PEECH CONTE T The annual Lion's Club Speech Contest has become the high point of the year for NLV CHRISTIAN's debate team. Speakers are judged by members of the esteemed Toastmasters Club. Mike Cagle took Second Place... Dr. Levendis .IV presents trophies to winners Mike Cagle, Tracy Richardson, Jerry Booker.. He offers his congradulation to coaches Mrs. Coomer and Pastor Friedman. 54. Q I? Y E A P J! fa? li NLV CHRISTIAN fsx VS f 0 RANCHO HIGH Defending a l977 win against Rancho, the 1978 Debate Team brought home lst Place, 2nd place, and 3rd Place trophies... 'if' 1 is Warm? . ff 'W X X TRACY RICHARDSON Third Place Winner M Nm A, , STUDENT COUNCIL held several carwashes to raise money for the annual trip to Knott's Berry Farm. i ! N One of HONOR SOCIETY's projects was entertaining the residents of the Charleston Convalesent Center, with a Thanksgivlng skit and refreshments prepared by members and parents of members. SWE R0 WILL, , 4 L 13. if '.giQwHg P5 1--. s MGM We ,X Throughout Las Vegas, T WE WILL ROCK YOUf'. .iiiiotiiiiiigssiiiifs l 0 OOC '!'4,1l 99' ' o'Q'e 9 9 O 9 , i X - gsgmegpyblagghl -aglwwk L, Q. A , Q ,if N . . ' ,4,. .,R.. 4 . First Baptist Church sponsors students at SNOW CAMP, a yearly gathering for Las Vegas school student held at Lee Canyon. rocked for 24 hours to raise money for Student Council. s 'U' S Jo-Jo stands with two new friends I Pastor congratulates Scott Martin' who received the Rodney Voshell received the trophy for High Grade Point Citizenship Award, Average 0 GRADUATION The featured speaker for the graduation ceremony was Dr. Thomas E. Wilson, Associate Professor of Education at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 5 '2 ix S Vs Lf Pastor presents HONOR SOCIETY officers Don Kracke, Presi- dents Leslye Brower, Vice- Presidentg Lori Causey, Secretary, and Nancy Arndt, ' ' Treasurer. Honor Society Students with high academic averages and strong character are invited to join the NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY. Members include: Joe Bryan, Janet Caci, Dana Dalbow, Lori Gabbert, Ralph Lampman, Kai Liedtke, Andy Llana, Tony Maglaras, Scott Martin, Joanna Morrison, Drew Popelka, Robyn Rice, Tracy Richardson, and Monica Roldan. f xx Q i X? : ...,,, 7 , www LESLYE Bnowsn WHO'S WHO R X! tl! ! JERRY Booman 42541 O99 10N slmPsoN fllf x RALPH LAMPMAN 'T K i f A 4 7, Q' are in TRACY RICHARDSON ALICE GALLERANI CLASS FAVORITES ANDY LLANA VICKIE LAM 1516 f Ai 'MJ ,.-,g.,w,,g- X, H V . 5 T V4 , ' 2 - , ' . Aa ff 1 ,"' ' , 4' f y ,I A pe f '1 ' ' 1V1fYJ36 f - A 2, argl' W 1-M -A ' W4 Q9 'iff WWW , U u J : -' ya,- F r, N 3. ,,E g 2 x' , fx ,. .,,:'..?7' 1 NX 2 ' ' W A 22 Jak ,, v L 'f5ff:'i2gwizfv, ' - H , .P Q Vw' 2 Bi ,.-,,N . ...W ....,. ..-.Y-'rw r al I JERRY BOOKER KIM HOFFMAN LESLIE BROWER MIKE CAGLE , - ,,..,, M I I I Q W S 9 7 QfQLffQQiEil ' Ag I I f Q I DON KRACKE VICKIE LAMBOU N LESLIE DUNIGAN 'L EQ 2 ANDY LLANA N N N 'AA7 ja iQN E E TONY MAGLARAS BILL PLEVER TRACY RICHARDSON JON SIMPSON Sophomores JUNIORS and SENIORS Senior Snaps SENIORS ENJOY: TERM PAPERS... THE LIBRARY... WENDY'S... BALL PRACTICE... CAREER EDUCATION ELECTIVES... COLLEGE INTERVIEWS... SENIOR TRIP... Theresa Pacheco and Bill Plever Busted by the photographer! 14.05 ,, s.a4 al4 Kim and Alice talk over the day, CAPTAIN TONY NAGLARAS as Andy adjusts the mirror on his new truck. fg'fq,,gsezw' ' ' ' VIIVI H " Z , I. - , iv'-a15g"v 1 , ,, , 1 421853 hz " if wi , ,gap 4 ' -' f H Wf:'gg.:q,.:' x , ,yfiw , .JAM f ,i A45h:.,. ,U ,. I :N 2 K NH' fl! M' W z 'AN I 2 5 ,V Lim Wllmf it L, ,. ,, f -uf'-:QWM 3 'w iv' ff , 7Qi, .f ' mf ,Q , . L A K an Y iii? XQ..,. xx ,f,,.:,w 'zgywff f . 25??1" f aj , 2 'qi W N. EIGHTH GRADE ati 42" . u AM J E -, I rf AI.. Eighth graders walk the halls with an air of f,-x G g3??fi,! ' 0 NANCY ARNDT JOE BRYAN MICHELLE GUIDO LISA MCLELLAN DIANE TINNEY NATALEE WOOD Knottsberry Farm, Snow Camp, the European Tour offered each summer, the Israel Trip offered each Easter, camp outs at Zion National Park the D.A.R. Essay Contest, the Lion's Club L familiarityg taking part in familiar activities: I 0 "'3"' L ' Speech Contest, the Review Journal Spelling Contest, plus a host of academic activities. REMEMBER: Diane Tinney represented us in the Review Journal for the second year in a row... Nancy Arndt held several high offices... Joe Bryan's academic achievements... Spelling Contest DEBBIE BAILE DAVID CAGLE LORI CAUSEY DEBBIE DAVIS SHIROMI GUNARATNE KAI LIEDTKE 'fbi r GARY HAUGHEN FRENCHY TOMMY WEATHERS PAIRE FICOUT ,fa fn PHILIP CONWAY IN I 2 5 f RALPH LAMPMAN NINTH GRADE Ninth graders receive the first privilege of being an upperclassman... Eating off campus... ,gyms-vnvull VCV! ll 'Qi-YU ynuwwnnvsx unuvxtvnnwnl A iw-"va nk. f 1410 A U 105 .ff-lf' o It .-vnnsinro-qw!! nd igvpbunpl A ,., , f' -1-54:-.4 JUNIQR HIGH -F' MARY BRYAN JANET CAC I Wwtwtfg 1 " "Anza, tzftffff .uv-17" TIM FOSTER MIKE HALL ...Q I . . Q . - . 4 . sa, - la- . .5 . , X , Eb p ' .' - .' If AAEII .' H' . DREW POPELKA ROBYN RICE ' ,LN-, -'1E7'WmM9'if 'qgQQgvW:,T,i ,, E A. X' 23 Q3 ' Y if A E M3 Wx ff? WQA Q W ' 'E A , 5 W, vp GLYNIS CRAIN KATHY ETCHEBARREN 'N +5 KE, -5 2 Zi 5 , X 9 2 wx- 6- V ' . L Q E f W - gn 2 Q! . , .fy ' I , xg 554 we 2'Iq5 I I s E Ih1Lj,nQ?fAf I A 5 Ei DEANNA MAPE3 RHONDA o'NEAL VALENTINE COURT I QQ? E AEM AA t,?Qd,,w AEN! f-'fW IIIII A I' I , E I ? I I MARY ROBARTS MONICA ROLDAN Sixth,gr'ader's,join us with zest and spirit, M3175 19514 -JQSHS qulckly adjustlng to new challenges. Said, H---fOPbld them not to come unto me, for of such lS the kingdom of heaven." he JOHN CLARK H STACY CARROLL VALENTINE COURT DANA DALBOW RT - LORI GABBE SUSANA MCLELLAN JO JO MORRISON ii 1. Z, ri X l rf gi, 1 jf? CHARLES PROCTOR Seventh JOE WOOD Seventh graders move up EU1,?Ki to bring knowledge to rgdls t new roles , secure. . . g ep' ' ' JW if K FOOTBALL... SOCCER BASKETBALL... BASEBALL... All are part of the comprehensive sports program, coached by Mr. Griffin, and supported by students, cheerleaders, Pastor and parents... l ?Wf'i-'1 ' li V, 'W' ilu-lain x'1Qf- f b iw f ,.., I K u 1.3. -,..w.ql N , , . W nd ,MW ,,A, M 4 k V vV 1 v W d ,, GIIL .xr K nn-Y' HWHO ARE THE THUNDERBIRDS? WE ARE THE THUNDERBIRDS!II WHAT KIND OE THUNDERBIRDS? FIGHTING THUNDERBIRDSIIIIIH ...and fight they did. What they lacked in number, Llana and Maglaras made up for in sheer guts and desir Varsity members: Llana, Maglaras, Tobin, Booker, Weathers, Liedtke. Thanks, THUNDERBIRDS! S NLV Christian continues to build its Sports Program. The BIRDS acquired TONY MAGLARAS from Gorman and rolled through the season UNDEFEATED. igveteran ANDY pLLANA exhibited ithe skill and courage his fans have grown accustomed Through the last three years, LLANA has been the powerhouse of the football, basketball, and baseball teams. we'11 Miss you. gg? Big Guy! -dillll aullh THUNDERBIRD fans won't soon forget the first time LLANA and MAGLARAS suited up together to play the worthy opponent, Indian Springs... The game was sheer delight to visiting BIRD fans, and crushing agony to the home team. Mr. George Griffin V1 Mrs. Joan Wood Faculty 'W , , .-,,f ,, ,..,..-nun.-.,..,,,, "Q -N 7 ,Lff, A.......,., M, J' MJ Q' 4? Ms. Cara Mercereau viii' 1 g g Mrs. Lela Coomer f Q' . . .1 , x fn ' , f ' HWY fx 1. STAFF Often the last to leave, Kathy takes advantage of the quiet... 1 ff QQ Q QQ? Y x MQ Mrs. Marjorie Kracke Mrs. Volunteer Kathy LaChase Secretary K, Q ,.,. . xv, it Mrs.-Tassell Jerry Tagsell Franklin Moore ff wnwm I I. 4 v ' Af L am' 2 Biiiif Fra , V- 3-hw 17, ,A f if . i Ag, W 9 L 4 viva? x . 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