Northeast High School - Charger Yearbook (North Little Rock, AR)

 - Class of 1983

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WHAT A PAIR - Senior Yuko Suzuki and Greg Schick tune up their voices while trying out a new song for a coming performance. Photo by Robert Miller WAITING HER TURN - Senior Louann Grimmett looks over the sheet music and waits for a chance to participate vocally. Photo by Robert Miller 1OfStudent Life, Religion ,each other. Photo by Robert Miller Religion finds a place As the weekend slowed down, students rested from fun and games, and focused on a more serious note. Religion - considered by many as an impor- tant aspect of life - found its place in the weekend's schedule. Attending church became a routine for most students, not because they had to attend, but because they made it a part of their lives. "I attend church because it is a fulfilling and wonderful experience. The fellowship with friends and relatives makes me see life in a more positive manner," said junior Andrea Pounds. Behind the word, religion, students found a deeper meaning, to which they showed much faithful allegiance. When asked what religion meant to him, junior Clarence Holman, a minister at his church, said, "Religion is a way of life. It should take a front seat in your life. It is not always easy to be religious, but it's worth itf' Contrary to popular belief, many of the younger generation think religion presents a positive influence for today's society. FELLOWSHIP - A group of Northeast students use a few minutes of rehearsal time to fellowship with Students make it a part of their daily lives Senior Bill Her- man said, "I think religion is very impor- tant to humanity. It contributes in the way we conduct ourselves, in the everyday deci- sions we make, and in the total attitude and outlook of society." And whatis more, besides voicing their attitudes toward religion, students backed up their talk. When out of class, many were actively involved in church functions and organizations. Senior Robert Armond said, "Going to church is fun, but it is even more interesting when you are involved. I play the organ for my church, and I think it's great!" Senior Cindy Norman, a member of her church's choir said, "Singing in the choir or just getting involved with various commit- tees in church makes the concept of religion come alive. It makes ful and personal to Looking within in the large masses, religion more meaning- individuals." the walls of Northeast, and just beneath the surface, one finds ministers, singers, and musicians who all share the status of being students, and the zeal to be religious. - By Denise Clay



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SIDELINE SUPPORT - juniors Willie Smith, Chris Flake, so- phomore Dale Smith, and another friend chat while supporting their favorite team, the Chargers. Photo by Robert Miller -if Love them Chargers What makes the Chargers different from every other active student body? In the words that were so frequently spo- ken by Principal james Smith, "the fans make the Chargers specialf' "Our students and Charger pride and spirit rings clear in all situations But, the Charger spirit was not only seen at athletic events, for students showed their spirit daily. There were Charger T-shirts, giant foam hands, signifying the first class style of Northeast, and finally, fans are the best supporters we have. They yell and cheer at the games, and they always conduct themselves in a manner that we all can be proud of," Mr. Smith said. Charger spirit was evident during the freezing temperatures in football season, the bleak, snowy days in basketball season, and through the creeping spurts of spring in track season. "We support the Chargers year round because we feel that our school is number one. Northeast is the greatest," said senior Kyle Stane. When basketball season bounced around, the team found a lot of support and strength in the Charger crowd. "Our fans were always behind us. In times when the score was tied, fans cheered us on, and somehow, we won the games," said senior guard Ellis Bell. 1Z!Student life, Charger spirit Charger license plates - everywhere, the pride of being a Charger rang clear. "Northeast is the best school I have attended," said senior Shawn Wilcher. "The students and faculty really support our Alma Mater. I think it's great to be a Charger." The Chargers also strived for excellence in other areas of the school. In band, choir, and drama, students achieved and strived to maintain the "first class" reputation paired with Northeast. "I feel that we as band members should do our best in all of our efforts. Through this we serve our school and show our Charger pride and spirit," said drum major Kelly Sheffield. From just observing attitudes and performances, one can conclude that we really 'love them chargersl' - By Denise Clay VERY SPIRITED VOCAL - Coach Nick Tschepikow voices his support with one big blast. Photo by Robert Miller. 1 ws. S- A ms, X. . i

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