Peru High School - Narcissus Yearbook (Peru, IN)

 - Class of 1982

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W ..:. :LL - , ... , ' ' i lponsored many activities his yeor including the Morp which was changed this rear to a St. Patricl-z's Day Dance instead of a !alentine's Day Dance. itudent Council had a runch to raise money. andy cane sales and Bun ,ales were held to add to Ltudent Council funds. They .ponsored a can food drive und all the food went to he Salvation Amry. Freshman Anna Holland .aid she's going to continue n Student Council because, 'l enjoy it and the xperience has been ,eIpful." I 1 he purpose of the National Honor Society is to recognize and honor xaQdiwf tit? hflj' it Q 4,3 1 3 'V 3 ... ll? Q ..,. hs N .3 those high schooljuniors and seniors who have demonstrated high standards of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. "The NHS consists of a national headquarters organization, plus hundreds of local chapters in high schools all over the United States," said Mr. Glen Bever, NHS sponsor. The principal activity of the NHS is the annual community canvass to raise funds for the Dollars for Scholars scholarship fund, conducted jointly each October by the Peru, North Miami, and Maconaquah High School chapters. At commencement, Peru's senior NHS members have their names listed National Honor Society members include: Row 1: Michelle Jarding, Todd Kinney, Dave Williams, Gene Azbell, Lynne Rice, Donna Wilson, Sarah Rudkin, Judy Hopper, Elizabeth Bowles, Row 2: Melanie Butts, Jody Rothermel, Pam Kanippe, Gndy Lang, Molly Vickery, Karin Fasten Mickey McMullen Kellie Newnum, Danielle McConahay, Sue Fenimore, Audrey Sofianos, Blythe Christopherp Row 3: Missy Edwards, 5herry Jones, Mia Moudy, Jerry Nelson, Beverly Royal, Randy Branaman, Rod Schram, Nm Jackson, Mike Ward, Tom Grate, Robert Earhart, Rick Andrews, and Mike Holderman. up Serving breakfast at the first brunch sponsored by Student Council are sophomores Kelly Ross, Elaine Liska, Before the Regional game, sophomores Kim Howard and Una Molden paint the Village Furniture Kim Howard Julie Cox, and freshman window to show their support for the Brent White. separately in the graduation program and Tigers. eligible for consideration again in the fall of their wear gold honor cords and senior year. tassels. "I enjoy the club because The members are chosen of the people in the club by their grade point average. The exact minimum GPA required varies from year to year. Students who have completed five semesters of high school, including at least one full semester at PHS, are eligible to be considered for election to the National Honor Society. Candidates who meet the minimum standards of scholarship, leadership, character, and service are then inducted into the society. Students who are not selected for membership as juniors are Student Council and National Honor Society- 3 and the purpose it stands for," said senior member Steve Sheehan. 1

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Student Council members Include ROW Robin Kirk, Karyle Schmidt, Emili Speth, McMahon, Kay Nichols, Andrea 1: Anne Shaffran, Elaine Gartland, Mia Anna Holland Amy Hall, Debbie Hoover, Kim Chandler, Kim Howard, Moudy, Audrey Sotianos, Pam Raber, Angie Grady, Tammy Cassel, Michelle Pearcy, Reginald Ryder, K anippe, Sarah Rudkin, Karin Foster, Judy Hopper, Blythe Christopher, Charlie Walker, Maria K rabbe, Chelle Lynne Rice, Kellie Newnum, Julie Cox, Bobbie Sue Hawkins, Elizabeth Bowles, Robson, Cheryl Elmore, Regina Ryder, Deanna Williams, Tina Malden, ROW 2: Kelly Ross,- ROW 3: Chia McMahon, Kim Danielle McConahay, Jody Rothermel, Amy Klosrerman,- ROW 4: Malinda l Mongosa, James Parrerr, Tim Jackson, Jeff Wolfe, Blair Grubbs, Dan Mongosa, Brent White, Rod Schram, Eric Anderson, Elaine Liska and Jim Hoover.N Not pictured is Leah Catanzaro. ' Seniors Bobbie Hawkins and Audrey Sohanos help decorate senior hall for Regionals, Students enjoy themselves at the Morp as they dance to tunes played by DJ Dennis Cavender of Z93. Student Council is according to sponsor Mr. Rassi, "A student government organized to help direct student activities, provide representation for students to the school administration, to promote good citizenship in the school, and to assist in T T 1 , the management of the A A A L school." Mr. Rassi supervises Student Council ' ' because he feels it is Sfudenfs In achon important for students to 30-Student Council and National Honor Society feel that they have some voice in their school. President Rod Schram has been in Student Council for four years. He said the experience has been helpful because he feels it has enhanced his qualities in leadership. . 3 Treasurer Elizabeth Bowles has also been in Student Council for four years. She decided to run for treasurer because she always had enjoyed working with money and figures. Elizabeth said, "The experience has been helpful because I have had the opportunity to learn to work with lots of people." The vice president of Student Council is Lynne Rice and the secretary is Elaine Gartland. . Sophomore class president Kim Howard has been in Student Council for two years. Kim said, "I have had the chance to work with many different ideas and views." Student Council has



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Mr. Donald Stone explains a Satisfied with her answer, freshman complicated problem to his Advanced Rose Spencer sits smiling. Algebra class. Freshmen Andrea Disbro and Kristin Duty concentrate on their algebra I is assignment. "I am going to continue in math because I'm interested in computer programming," said freshman Teresa Poe. Are you interested in becoming a chemist, computer programmer, pilot or judge? Math is needed for these careers and many others. YUMBEIL' Basic lo complex .f 'lf?"f" ,fgfgw fwf,,'1ff' l laiwlfi "'f'llil1ilIf:fifg Math teacher Mr. James Snapp said, "General Math is useful to any consumer." He recommended Pers l Finance if a student takes one year of math. Classes offered here include General Math, l Algebra, Algebra land ll, Geometry, Advanced Algebra, Precalculus, and "ik Wt iii 3 ,M 9, A " , Some people think math is hum-drum Senior Sarah Rudkin pays close but junior K ecia Redman really enjoys attention to her calculus teacher, Mr. herself. Walter Johnson. K 32-Math

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