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

 - Class of 1983

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YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE - Then - juniors Wess Mullen, Tim McDaniel, Sam Vandiver and Max Reddick lend attentive ears and eyes to proceedings in the Senate at Boys' State. Those attending learned about govern- ment on a city and state level. Photo by Angie Cook POSTERS FOR PRESIDENT - Then - junior Pam White hangs a poster urging her election in the Student Council race for the presidency. White was elected by the student body in May. Photo by Angie Cook A springtime School may have of- ficially started on August 30, but for many students the 1983 school year began in the spring of 1982. It was then that juniors who had been nominat- ed for Cvovernor's School began filling out papers, preparing audition material, and collecting records of good grades. The 18 Boys' and Ciirls' State representatives started preparing forms and writing thank-you notes to sponsors in April. Would-be cheerleaders and Chargettes endured aching muscles, seemingly impossible routines, and sometimes hard-driving two-year members throughout the two-week clinics before tryouts. Students interested in running for an office in the Student Council election were required to sign up in mid-April and had two to three l4!Student Life Students prepare for upcoming year start weeks for making cam- paign posters and but- tons, and writing speeches. Those inter- ested in becoming Council representatives signed up in May, as did future Senior Cabinet members and officers. Fitting the endless activities and projects into a schedule already filled with the speech and drama production of "The Music Man," graduation festivities for the class of '82, completing schedules for the upcoming school year, altering schedules to prevent problems, and waiting for admittance to colleges kept everyone running to keep up with it all. After the rush died down, most students had to agree that the springtime of '82 was the busiest time of 1983. - BY CHRISTY I-IICKS

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AS LEL: 1, - THEIR OWN THING - juniors Chris Roden and Susan Kuzma add pep and excitement to a Charger crowd while other fans watch attentively. Photo by Robert Miller DEAR ALMA MATER - Hands raise in pride when it's time to salute the cherished Alma Mater. Participa- tion was almost always unanimous. Photo by Greg Powell HEY GANG!! - Showing class of a top notch school, the mascot dazzles the crowd with a routine. Photo by Robert Miller PART lT ALL - Math teacher, Alice Gaclberry, takes time out to support the Chargers. Photo by Greg Powell Student lit'efl3



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y I 5. KX QW' txsgx X vssts waxieu: K 3 Q 4 1- fs SUMMER STUDIES - Then junior Monica Palko listens in a class at Cvovernor's School. Students attend- ing Governor's School were required to go to various classes. Photo by Mark Donnel LEADERS OF THE CROWD - Seniors Tom Kieklak and Susie Prueter smile proudly after represent- ing Arkansas at Boys' and Girls' Nation during the summer. Photo by Angie Cook s,,, -4-ir : I ,Mfr JUMP TO IT - Then - junior Brent Green gives then - sophomore Trevon Hardin a lift in cheerleading clinic. Clinic gave those interested in trying out a chance to learn routines and cheers. Photo by Angie Cook utxv R" ie-.fr ra em .s.g'r'tt.y,f. gi' F, I fffgiftiiitql' IQ-P' C sz-3,55 xg ' fri :S . ref Q GIVIN' IT HER ALL - Then sophomore Beverly Brazil concen' trates on a dance routine in drill team clinic. Girls interested in trying out had to learn a dance and high kick routine. Photo by Angie Cook I It started last spring!l5

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