Peru High School - Narcissus Yearbook (Peru, IN)

 - Class of 1982

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Working on a project in Commercial Foods are senior Rosanne Holley and junior Elizabeth Lewis. During Beauty Culture. senior Michelle Mensing strives for perfection on Shelley White 's hair. Repair, Auto Mechanics, Beauty Culture, Building Trades, Drafting, Electronic, Cooperative Education, Commercial Foods, Health Occupations, Machine Shop, Office Training, Printing, Welding, Work Experience lndustrial, and Work Experience Service. Senior Shelly White, who takes Cosmetology at vocational school said, "I 'ook vocational schooling because it offered good 'raining plus a lot of Jersonal care. The reason I :an get this extra care is because our classroom is smaller." There are at present five locational youth organizations at the vocational school. They include: DECA CDistributive Education Clubs of Americal, FFA CFuture Farmers of AmericaD, HOSA CHeaIth Occupations Students of Americab, OEA COffice Education Associationb, and VICA CVocationaI Industrial Clubs of Americal These five organizations provide activities, either social, competitive, or leadership for any student interested. "I take vocational to gain 'hands on' experience," said senior Jeff Fisher. Making a bed during their nurses training course are seniors Lesa Hamletr and Sandra Lindsey. Caught by surprise while working at the hospital is senior Kelly Harmon. '-newest 2 3. Vocational-5 1

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Working on a metal lathe isjunior David Snyder. Junior Herman Butizin practices his skill during a class at vocational. Senior Patty Hoagland styles senior Linda Madden 's hair. Q s E i l l 5 l l V00 l'l'l0NAl.. Learning a skill The vocational school is designed to provide education and training for youths whose talents, interests, and objectives are many and varied. High school juniors and seniors are eligible to apply for admission. The only fees charged is a S5 fee at the time of enrollment. The some credit system applies at the vocational school as in most schools. A student can earn six credits for a successful completion of one year of an occupational program. Students receive their earned grades each nine weeks. Grades are earned primarily on attendance and performance types of activities with some, but not many written tests. Vocational school consists of three hours either in the morning or in the afternoon. Cosmetology students attend more than three hours per day. The vocational school has an excellent record of assisting its graduates in locating career employment. Transportation by bus is provided for all students to and from the vocational school by the home high school with the exception of Cosmetology students. The courses offered at vocational are Accounting Data Processing, Agriculture Mechanics, Auto Body 50--Vocational



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lp Rhonda Martin, sophomore president of the Cheerblock, described the club as "A group that helps the cheerleaders back their rl 1 l0'l'IVA'l'IOY Ti gers with spirit Eieflgisiydsfsxpisinsdf team. Junior secretary of P-Club P Club is an organization made up of Peru High School varsity award winners." Both clubs' members are interested in promoting spirit and involvement in the athletic program here. "The way you canjoin Cheerblock is by going to a meeting or by getting in contact with our sponsor Mrs. Dorling," said sophomore member of the ROW 1: Senior cheerleaders Danielle McConahoy, Lynne Rice, mascot Kelly Newnum, Cheerblock members in- clude: ROW 2: LeeAnn Boggs, Machelle Davis, Charlene Fletcher, Cin- dy Worden, Shiona Ward, ROW 3: secretary-treasurer Julie Haines, Kelly Wells, Kim Richardson, Elizabeth Edger- ly, president Rhonda Martin, Laurie Wolfe, Mary Stout, Lori Ederley, vice president Becky Townsend, Malinda Mongosa, ROW 4: Nancy Grigsby. Fi P-Club members include: ROW 1: Mark Elaine Gartland, Lynne Rice, Brenda president Todd Kinney, Mike Crowe, Carter, Greg Loe, Jeff Wolfe, Jim Flohr, Audrey Sofianos, Elizabeth Mike Ward, treasurer Bob Clary, Hoover, Lewis Dennis, Jeff Sweeney, Bowles, Missy Edwards, Danielle Mc- secretary Reggie Ryder, Dave Stanton, , Trentlones, Danny Wingard, Kyle Conahay, Betsy Thomas, Pam Grimesp Jamie Volpert, Barb Springer, ROW 4: Q Brodie, Jon Reibly, Jordan Sutton, Bar- ROW 3: Denny Williams, Bryan Warder, Mark Mooney, Bob Reyes, Stephen ' bara Ousleyg ROW 2: Regina Ryder, Tony Smith, Sterling Thompson, Tim Joseph, Jim Kirk, Jeff Williams, Jon ,,, W iw A Mickey McMullen, Jane Jones, Becky Jackson, Charlie Walker, Pete Gillies, Richardson, Darrell Mitchell, Gene ,W ' Vgvh I -l.- ,,. , Lund, Kassi Marburger, Deanna Ramon Lyke, vice president Rod Azbell, Robbie Sammers, and Todd ' L i ,,.f Q 355 Williams, Karin Foster, Mia Moudy, Schram, Troy Wooten, Dave Williams, Radel. Q L. ,,,, , L siii ' .1 Senior P-Club member Elaine Gartland A , flies gl makes a good bump for the team in a . volleyball game. 'P mms , " a I """"'+ P 5 'fm 52 -Cheerblock and P-Club

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