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

 - Class of 1983

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CONGRATS - Seniors Marla Hardwick and Becky Hensley give each other a hug after the announcement of the Homecoming court has been made. Photo by Mark Donnell REAL PEOPLE - Seniors Garland Bond and Connie Havens help portray the "Fruit ofthe Loom" guys at the Train Station when Real People visited Arkansas. Photo by Melissa Matthews Zflntroduction FAME - Professional dancer Michael Tidwell instructs Drama ll students during a Tuesday dance session. Photo by Beth Brady

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i X oto y Vici ausey A MOUTH FULL OF LIFE - Senior Tiger Taylor takes a bite of life fpepperoni pizzaj as Marla Hardwick lends a hand. After completing Homecoming preparations, students shared a moment of togetherness - a unique trait found BQHQQLFM we 1 59666 Charger 1983 Northeast High School 3600 Jacksonville Blvd. North Little Rock, Arkansas 72116 ' Volume 13



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58080511 51110 1059088 Changes greet 1,008 students during opening day assembly ugust 30. For most of Northeast's 1,008 students the big day arrived with the usual excitement and aggrava- tion. Starting school before Labor Day cut everyone's vacation a. bit short, but most students seemed ready to tackle a new school year. And why not? It had been an in- credible summer of the 1982 World's Fair, the space- fantasy, "E.T.," campaigns for an off-year election, the birth of a royal baby, and delegates to both Boys' and Girls' Nation. The annual au- ditorium assembly included Principal james Smith's "work and play" speech, junior and senior class yells, and the sophomores' expected "Mickey Mouse" label. Yet beneath the surface, changes were visible. Girls traded their walking shorts and bathing suits for mini-skirts, low-heeled shoes, and culottes. Boys dressed up more than down, STICK-UP - Seniors Barry' Martin and Wess Mullen clown around while on a tour of the State Capital during Boys' State. Photo by Angie Cook uSeniors are more interested in their future and doing well academically. ll - Senior janet lackson and the entire campus went "mad about plaid" in scarves, shirts, and pants. A smaller student body meant a smaller faculty and more "one- shot" classes. The "one-shots," such and calculus, gave most students schedule problems, and the guidance office became the "jammedest" place to be. A new home- room system added another classroom to locate, and five minutes to "waste," "get caught up," or "whatever." At the sounding of the noon bell, students scattered to find lunch spots, buy parking spaces and school supplies, and rediscover summer in a soap opera, swimming pool, or at the lake. The rediscovery was short, however, for Tuesday arrived in record time, and it was back to school for a first period class. Then came four full days before Labor Day brought a one-day relief. DESIGN BY KAREN SALMON as computers Beneath the Surfacef3

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