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Fiemember in first grade when your
feet could barely touch the floor if you
sat back in a chair7
High school kids seemed so sophis-
ticated . . . they could choose their
schedules, "Algebra, chemistry, jevv-
elry. , .
Novv, all of a sudden it's over. High
school came and vvent, and somehovv
there vvas never quite as much accom-
plished as expected.
The final week ot high school . . . a
flurry of senior activities leading to
graduation . . . robes. . .yearbooks
. . .farevvells and diplomas.
lt vvas a time when everyone vvorried
about little things that used not to
make any difference.
Like that "incomplete" in a course
you never got around to making up
. . .that book you lost. . .thatgrade
point average you intended to raise
. . . that letter you meant to write . . .
that college board test . . . ad infini-
Because novv you realize that you
don't have a chance to go back and
redo things, no vvay to make up for
anything you might have missed . . .
no second chance.
THE END OF THE LINE . . . Junior Marshals,
Barbara Weeks and Karen Schroeder, lead the
senior class to Taft stadium lvlay 30.”