Pleasant Lea Middle School - Flashback Yearbook (Lees Summit, MO)
- Class of 1987
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Back To -he Past
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It was summertime sun and fun.
Just when we least expected it
schedules in hand we marched to
our new classes. We found that with
September 2nd rolled around again.
On that Tuesday we marched with a
sense of enthusiasm and determina-
tion. We knew that Pleasant Lea Ju-
nior l-Iigh was a place to learn and to
achieve. We all had hopes and
dreams and with the help of admin-
istrators, teachers and fellow stu-
dents, we accomplished those
At 8:30 we were ready for our first
new classes also came new chal-
lenges to conquer.
Through all the excitement and
confusion of the new schedules.
new teachers and even new en-
closed classrooms, this year turned
out to be one of the pest.
We traveled Back to the Past
through our hopes and dreams to
remember those great memories of
the 1986-87 school year.
class of the new school year. With
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Fun lnThe Sun
Fromrthetime the release bell rang
at 11:00 a,m. onMay 30 to September
2, PLJH students lfilledrthe streets of
Lee's Summits with fun and laughter.
Activities such as softball, soccer
camping, and swimming had
BMX racmg had become a
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Flight. Emily Akers. eighth grade, listens for
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home lite at PLJHQ Thenurnber of sib-
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participated at this school had been
growing for anumberigofiiyears. ltwas
through that growth that the junior high
becamemore than iust a school. it had
become a place for the families in the
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. The family ties included ,noti only
watching the show by that name, but it
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Top, Sibling Teams: Jeremy Schouien, ibrother Jett missingl,
Cristy and Jay Barnes, Stephanie Willis and Amy Kapp, Brian and
Tetia McMichael, Amy and Mike Wagner. Row 2 Tiffany and Terra
Paulson, Chuck Wise, tsister Amy missingi, Tina and Stephanie
Allison, and Kurt and Eric Dennis.
Above Lett. Faculty Relations: Brian Massey and Sheri Prier with
their mother and aunt, Mrs. Esther Prier, Miss Carla Rogers and
Mrs. Lorie Keeler isistersl, Chris Harris and her aunt Mrs. Sandy
Cutler, Jeff Smith and his father, Mr. Dennis Smith. Flow 2: Mrs.
Susan Bales and Mrs, Barbara Webber icousinsi and Mr. and Mrs.
Above Right, Twins: Jennifer and Julie Hagerty, Missy and Melinda
Henderson, Brian and Tracy Keri, Beth and Amy Jacobs, and
Kathy and Diane Burger.
Advice To Future Wcrld Record
Advice is something we all need at some time in our
lives. Studies show that most people turn to their best
friends or someone in their peer group to seek advice.
This years students, through some Language Arts
teachers, decided to leave advice for the new and in-
coming students who might be wondering what would
be the best way to handle this school.
This school is realty great! Try to get involved in as many
activities as you can. Jennifer Dyer, 8th
Don't get into any fights and try to have fun doing
homework in class. Dawn Arne, 8th if
I think 7th graders should not be absent on every test.
Some are ok. Sheiley Blundell, 7th y r
Be outgoing and talk to a lot of people. Most of the
people in this school are kind of shy. Joe Olevenger, 8th
Talk to other people and be sociable. iremernber my
first day as a seventh graderg it wasn't that bad as l
thought it wouidbe. it's really fun being in seventh
grade and alwayS keep yourhopes up. Amber Apple-
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Study for tests andrnake good grades! Valerie.Chap-
man, 7thr , Q f . , i A
Asa seventhjgrader l believe students should get inf
volved in activities at PLJHt It would help you get to
know more peopie. Kimberly lrvin, 8th
Take time to make friends with 8th graders and 7th
graders. Then work on your grades sorthat you .can be
eligible for school activities. Suzy i-litchock, 8th
Play 7th grade football so you can get a head start for
8th grade football., Matt Tripp, 7th, y
Be nice to the other students so they'li be nice to you.
Shelly Bennett, 8th A . yi Q
in class raised your hand alot, don't be tardy and do
your homework. Jamie Loneman, 7th
Try and keep a smile on your face, ignore any teasing
and just talk to people, whether you knew them or not.
Christy Roepke, 8th
You .need to be polite. kind and courteous. Pay atten-
tion in class, get fairly good grades and that's how to
become a success. Carrie Nicholson, 8th
Go to the Commons and talk to people. Get to know
and be nice to your teachers. Sam Harris, 8th
Most School Schedules
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The advice lor a new seventh grader or eighth grader is
to stay away from the wrong crowd, be to class on time
and never skip class. Lantz I-Iurlock, 8th
To be successful in any grade, don't hold back. Get
involved! Debbie Ulm. 8th
To get through this school you have to know how not to
get ahead of yourself. Get involved in schooi but not so
involved that you get burned out. Keep a positive atti-
tude, get good grades, and always remember the re-
wards are great. Roxy Shafte, 8th
My advise to seventh graders is just to be yourself.
Danny Bryan, 8th
Take pride in yourself and participate. Tyler Twitord, 8th
Whatever you do, don't fall down the stairs! Jennifer
Davis, 7th y
It an eighth grader calls you a sevy, don't get all upset.
lt's kind oi a tradition tor eighth graders. Rob Long, 7th
l think more seventh graders coming into our school
need to show more school spirit. Grady i-luke, 8th
Be flexible because you may get more than one sched-
ule. Christy Laeupple, 8th
Get to know people better, go out for sports, be tree-
lispirited, open minded, and work with other people to
make friends. Ben Hillman, 8th
Don't tr to be tardy iusr because you're an eighth
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grader. it leads to ia bad rep. Chuck Wise, 8th .
Do all of your homework and have fun on weekends.
Janelle Wiliiams, 7th i
Try not to get 6 or more tardies because you'li get to
caii your mom and talk to Mr. Smith. Joey Croft, 7th
li you're in a bad mood, Mrs. Helmer will tune you up.
Stephanie Curtis, 7th
During your Halloween homeroom party, don't shake
up a bottle of pop, even it it's your own. Kim Smith, 7th
li you ever need someone to talk to, talk to Coach Brill.
Heather Mclilutt, 7th
Don't get caught running in the halls because the ad-
ministrators will whip your legs with a ten foot bullwhip
while you're hanging on the ceiling by your ears. Lance
I never thought I would be glad to have a spelling book,
but this one saved my lite. A kid in my neighborhood
was shooting air at me from his B-B gun. But I put the
book up in front of my face. The next thing l knew there
was a B-B in my spelling book. Todd Bickham, 7th
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A Season ForrAllr t
This year the students at PLJH en- they exhibitedg QFollowing is a listifof
loyed ta season filled withholiday acg cast rmeffibersrorrlrthermusicafzv i
tivities including homeroom door r g if Q flll i or
decorating contests, caroling, cole rEi liot,rTimrnsi ,fr l L f ,ij rgled,
'lecting and providing for theneedy, Amyfliappif rr r f Cassie
parties, adari, and many otherffesf Jill Lyttcnfg I X M rr l2r i ,Kateydor
tivities. Students aiso performed inf Mart1tgLewis ' lr r , tfMrQ2VYorthing'
the musical, Christmas! on Angel Fiyanfrrklunter frrrr gcolorrel
Street under the direction off Mr. A ndrewyFentonj yr Q tri fjgt4TQad
Shrout, Miss il-lelmer, and Mrsr LittIe.' i QFlob'Keithf r i i Worm
The audience was delightedrwithrrthe .rasonfeauert fr 2 ,Fish
students' performance and the talent DeanBowers M ' Charlie
Molly Meadors and Mitch Pycior are this year's Snow Queen and King. Ang
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The administration team was made
up of three peopie: Mr. Jerry Cooper,
principal, Mr. Jim Tosser and Mr. Den-
nis Smith, vice-principals. Mr. Cooper
had been principal here for the last four
years. Hercomrnented that he enjoyed
the positive attitude of the students
and the staff. "l enjoy working with
people," replied Mrg i Cooper when
asked why he beoamefyayprinoipal.
White Mr. cooper was incharge oi the
organizational y management and bud-
get, Mr. Tosser,andjMr. Smith took
over discipline, They were also in
charge ot setting the oalendarg and suf
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Principal y i I e rvioe-Principal
Flight: Mr. Tosser
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3gf?3tgijQayis gaijigi3MrS. Judyr NoiaMnd.jThe PTA was first noticed
ibeqszudentsfwhonrihey SOldr sweatshirts during registration
Qgjrirnejandiitihrougnl the school ryear.'MThG IDQUSY from the sweaif
qfSfIift3fC3E1i SedQmOi19yxf0rthe organization to support meetings,
Wspeakerggrfrtne school M and necessary items for the group. The
Zfgtixree goifioersiimet WifhfMf.jM Qooper and the other officers: Mrs.
Li2Butler Mrs! Peggyveasman Mrs PatHatiey Mrs Sandra
,A rQ1rsliM oiaudiapiones, Msg Borbara irzaiazfiard-sbn , Mrs,
Kathy Deatriokgg Mid. if i Nancyfmackweil, Mrs, Syd Hite, Mrs,
Bev Shaw, MrsM.r Sue Jakes. Mrs, Eiaine Grasso and Mrs. Kathy
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Students watch the gymnastics assembly by
Amiee Jacobs and Leslie Jenkins meet at the
lockers for a talk.
A quick study in the Commons is normal for
Chris Wilttong and Mark Fegers.
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Speech was one of the many
electives that erghth graders at
fPl.Jl-l had the option to take Mrs
llignttle our speech teacher got very
tnyolved wrth her work There were
two, different speech courses e- the
semester class and the full year
class The Semester class per
formed many different krnds of
speeches such as Introduction
demonstratron and persuaslve
They also made u p thear own com-
rmercrals and sales talks Durmg sec-
ondquarter the classes malnly
worked wlth drama t pantomrme
and tdrtterent plays Duong thrrd
fclufartter the students aiso learned
about stage presence The ad
yanced class learned about Parlra
mehtary procedure debate and
citations. l lt s rmportant an these
classes to acoomplrsh ay feelmg of
jselit esteem t and self confrdence an
torrent ofa group said Mrs Lrttle
yrgTrfsg2Students especralty DeNe1l Gary
really jengoyed therryspeeoh class
DeNell l took thas class be
geause 1 wanted the acting part and I
ttroughtrlt woutd be alot oflfun.
class also teaches melhow
to speak an publlc wltha sense of
intelligence and contldence One
yeffE3eNerll srgoals was to learn how
its-speak effectnvety amongst the
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faettng career ID the future here s
some advrce from Mrs Lrttle Be
sore you take as many classes as
'passable an hugh school audrtlon alot
for parts and learn how to dance
Aoove Right. Mrs. Little showsstudents S l
to use the micro film tn the library t
Qtgnmentsffun in Mrs: Littte s classy
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Typlng wlthout glanctng at the keys IS trylng for Steve
ln the typtng classes at Pleasant
Lea Juntor l-hgh students were try
ang hard to accomplrsh goals whtch
they set for themselves earlter rn the
year Mrs Bowles our typtng teach
er at PLJH hoped that her students
had learned as much as posstble ln
the buszness world and had learned
to type accurately and qurckly Mrs
Bowles sand that approxrmately
8096 of all robs offered today tn
volve typlng skulls
Mark Bruno a student rn the ad
vanced typrng class sard l hope an
the future to be rn the bustness
world and rt as necessary to know
how to type well Mark also sand
that he enjoyed hrs typrng class be
cause Mrs Bowles was a great
There were two typtng courses of
tered at PLJH tor the etghth grade
level The full year class produced
the school newspaper and learned
about typtng and computers The
semester class learned the basrc
skulls for typrng By Emrly Akers and
Home Economtcs was a class
that many students enjoyed Mrs
Brlggs taught Home Ec t and Ms
Bard taught Home Ec ll The classes
were comprehenslve and taught a
wrde vartety of subjects tn home
maktng Some of the dttterent unrts
tncluded foods clothlng chrld care
groomrng, and personal care
l took thus class to learn mo e
about myself and also to learn how
to cook commented Amanda
Whrte Amanda entoyed thus class
because she was able to make more
trrends wrthnn her class
Mrs Brugge hoped that her stu
dents had become more mature,
more independent, and developed
good homemaking skills.
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Home Economlcs students enjoy a guest speaker
Music I tit Il
The musrc program at PLJH was
dlrected by Mr Paul Shrout and
Mass Glorra Helmer Seventh grad
ers entered the Musrc I program
whale erghth graders were placed by
recornmendatlons at the end of thelr
seventh grade year Both classes
met every other day All of the stu
dents were taught dlfferent funda
mentals and srnglng technlques
Both groups performed at the fall
and wlnter concerts and at the
Christmas concert Publlc pertor
mances gave the students the conf:
dence necessary to belleve In them
selves so that they would take the
oppcrtunaty to further their pursult of
Rlghf Mass I-ielmer drrects Musto Il
students at the fall concert Mr Shrout
accompanres them at the prano
Art I and ll utllezed the crltlcal
thlnkrng skrlls and allowed the stu
dents to express themselves vlsual
ly The baslc fundamentals of art
were lntroduced In Art I a course
that seventh graders or an erghth
grader who has never had art may
take Recommendations were nec
essary to enter Into Art ll These
were based upon cttlzenshlp abrllty
and consrstency All of the students
had the opportunlty to do set de
srgns for the school play dance
decoratlons and art work for the
yearbook The art classes were
taught by Mrs Anna Jones and Mrss
Rlght Students lane up to observe a
demonstration on how to burn the edges
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The Industrial Art and World of
Constructlon classes were taught by
Mr Charlie l-iunzinger Mr Sam
Claggett Mr Wayne Scrudder and
Mr JW Page The umque dsffer
ences the PLJH program had be
sides the teachers were the tools
equipment and the facilities that en
abled PLJH students to compete in
shows such as the Home Show at
Bartle Hall Only the top show
homes are allowed to enter the con-
test, but PLJH has continually been
314 of the show and earning the top
honors. Mr. Hunzinger commented
that he and the other teachers were
extremely proud of their students
and their dedication. This year the
department chose to construct a
new utility storage for the sports
Above. Greg Thorson and friends practice
for their spring competition. Lett. Mr.
l-lunzinger discusses respect of the tools
with Thomas Reynolds and Jon Mock.
Both seventh and eighth grade social
studies classes encouraged students to
read more about mans past and to
learn from history. integrated with the
textbook readings and the lectures were
filmstrips videos speakers and special
projects Through this history became
more ot a story about real people rather
than facts One special way to visit the
past was to experience the Boston Tea
Party and the international Food and
Dress Day The eighth graders partici
pated in the trrst while the seventh grad
ers celebrated with the latter
This year the social studies currrcutum
incorporated the decision makrng unit
tor both the seventh and eighth grade
classes This added depth to the subtect
as students could then understand how
decisions affect history
Kathy Moore daughter ot Mrs Barbara
Moore takes time to visit the classes to
share her knowledge
Lee s Summrt s government is what
polrtrcsans call a fourth class city That
means the mayor can only vote on
something rt there is a tie The city rs
divided into tour wards with two elected
representatives from each ward The
mayor Mr Bob Jones works with the
city admrnrstrator Mr John Edward to
arrange such things as town meetings
Mr Jones also worked on a very specta
protect this year to get Lee s Summit
on the official Missouri map lt was only
appropriate that he accomplish this rn
the year in which LS reached 40000
residents With the new residential
growth Lee s Summit and its leaders will
see more changes
The rob of mayor is only part time at
the moment The term is for two years
He also owns a successful rnsurance
company in Lee s Summit where he has
been a resident since 1977 Mr Jones
has always been rnvolved in politics He
does much public relations work such
as visiting charities By Roxy Shatte and
Mr Bob Jones answers questions from Kris
trn Young during Yearbook Club
Read any good book lately? That
questron was often asked rn thus
class as students completed short
stones novels and book reports
Both grade levels Included gram
mar spellrng wrrtrng treadrngand
Project S.T.A.R.s rn their currrcu
Reading Week was planned
through thegLanguage Arts depart-
ment. The week of February 2nd
through the 6th contained af Book
Swap, anart contest for books, and
fQal3ookrFair. Each day of the week
was designated has a especial day
such as Biography Day, e Science
Fictior1yDay and Poetry Day. The
purpose of thfweek was to empha-
'lsiielandr encourage reading. A of
Top Flight, Eighthj grade studertts take part
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Checking the booked out at the book fair t
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Math classes at PLJH were leveled
according to ability test scores and
recommendations. Students then pro-
gressively moved through each level
after mastering a variety ot concepts.
The math classes worked on problem
solving techniques this year and had
several contests to stimulate interest.
Some ot those contests were Continen-
tal Math League QCMLQ Math Relays
and Math Counts. Math Counts spon-
sored by NASA was held February 21st.
PLJH was very proud to be represented
by Matt Miller Dan Hopper Gautum
Nayak Greg Thorson and William
Knowles. The Math classes also partici-
pated in Reading Week this year. The
following are poems by math students
on Poem Day:
Poses are red, violets are blue,
Pi is irrational and tastes good, too.
Chris Martin, 7th grade
When it comes to math
I think ot multiplication.
And that's when my mind ,
Goes on vacation. Bill Kimpel, l
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Ask any of the science teachers and
they'll tell us that we will see science
improve right before our very eyes, be-
cause of the constant new tools and
instruments that are being invented ev-
ery day to help man understand life. lt
was this interest in change and knowl-
edge that enticed Mrs. Helen Matchell
to become a science teacher. "I like
the challenge of presenting information
in different ways for students to gain
and use," she commented.
With their love change in mind it was
easy to see why the ACE science
classes, along with their leader, Mr. Ki-
ple, chose to change Missouri law.
After studying fossils, the group decid-
ed to promote the crinoid as iv1issouri's
state fossil. This project entailed rais-
ing money, handling publicity, contact-
ing state legislature representatives
and helping present the bill. The pro-
ject has taken two years to complete
and the whole school has been proud
of its advancing and budding scien-
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gym was one of everyones favorite
classes Mr. Brill and Mr Walker
both agreed the best part of belng
a gym coach was watching the stu-
dents work to improve their overall
fitness. Seventh and eighth graders
participated rn units such as soccer
basketball flag football, weight
training and aerobics When asked
whrch was their favorite students
often replied basketball andtoot-
ball Though everyone agreed that
gym was hard work They also said
it was funand they learned alot ln
the future Mrs. Bryan sand she d like
to add as socral dance unit.
Buddy Spurck takes on a wrestler from
Blue Springs. Wrestling is a new unit in
Physrcal Education this year.
Reading classes at PLJH were
under the direction of Mrs Kathy
Zimmerman seventh grade and
Mrs Pam Burgener eighth grade
The reading program encouraged
improvement in reading writrngand
grammartskrlls lnthrs class stu-
dents were given one on one atten
tion and care to help promote therr
Improvement Specral attention was
berng given this year to check and
oversee the continuity of the reading
program kindergarten through high
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What do Mrs Dean Mrs Allen Mrs Reynolds Mr
Zemmerman and Mrs Jarvts have an common besides therr
sense ot humor? They are the team of dedtcated teachers
who work an Spectal Educatnoh
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one EMH teducable mentally handrcappedl teacher and
one BD tbehavuor dtsordersj teacher
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ctal knowledge to ensure success for all students Their
teaching methods vary from vrdeos to one on one teach
mg to scczat held trsps
Mrs Jttl Champeaux Mrs Ann DeSpaan
Mrs Lue Lamb Mrs Sue Prpes
Mrs Beth Woltenbarger
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Library St A
"For more adventure and long last-
ing fun, check out our new books!"
was the advice that Mrs. Prier gave to
students who visited the second floor
library. The school was unique in that
two libraries were offered, allowing
more than two or three classes in the
library at a time. All of this space need-
ed supervision however and Mrs. Shar-
on Early was in charge as the head
librarian and newly appointed coordin-
ator of the elementary libraries. Work-
ing under her direction were Mrs. Prier,
Mrs. Beaman and Mrs. Yeager. Their
jobs ranged from aiding students to
locating materials to adjusting equip-
ment to helping with the computers.
PLJH's pride in its library was due to
these dedicated ladies.
Mrs. Sharon Early Mrs. Wanda Beaman
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Top Right. Library Staff, Front Row: Piick Welsh,
Greg Thorson, Scott Hammack. Row 2: Carrie
Perkins, Monett Born, Kim Crawford, Row 3:
Abe Schilb, Amy Letzig.
Lower Right. Office Staff: Aimee Jacobs, Sandy
Distefano, Cherrie Dabbins, Nikki Norred, Beth
Jacobs. Fiow 2: Chris Baney, Jennifer Kalie, Lori
Naeger, Suzy Hitchcock, Teri Madole. Row 3:
Cindy Pipes, Diane Burger, Camille Harrison,
Chrissie Besermin, Terra Paulson, Kelly Mus-
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Three counselors aided the staff and students of PLJH this
year: Mrs. Judy Yancey, Mr. Duane Bierwirth and Mr. Fion
Hoduski. Their goal this year was to help the students solve
their problems and to help keep more problems from arriving.
One special way was to participate in Project S.T.A.Fi., a
drug awareness program funded by the Kaufman Foundation
to help middle school and junior.high students in the metro
area say no to drugs. The counselors had first participated in
this program three years ago. lt initially began in the seventh
grade Language Arts classes. This year the counselors again
help set the program for the seventh and the eighth grade
classes. Then they promptly set up a new program for the
seventh grade Social Studies to aid in communication and
decision-making skills. -
Left. ln a quiet moment Mr. Ron Hoduski takes a moment to interpret tests
scores for a student. All of the counselors aided in this area as over 1200
students took tests. Not pictured on this page is Mrs. Cheri Holmes, secretary.
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Seven To Five
Working in the office at PLJH had its own rewards and
hazzards. The office opened early each morning for incoming
phone calls of parents who had sick children. This usually
began at 7:00, a.m. Throughout the day the secretaries, Mrs.
Berry, Mrs. Diekman and Mrs. Watrous, helped students by
answering questions and basically organizing the school. Roll
was sent to the office, schedules and bulletins were delivered
from the offices and tardies were kept by the office staff.
Students were chosen to work in the office on the same
principle as the library workers. Each potential candidate had
to submit their previous year's grades and a recommendation
from a teacher. The students were then selected and aided
the secretaries by running messages, stapling, stuffing enve-
lopes and a variety of other jobs. It was thanks to this group
of people and the secretaries that the student body received
help and answers when it was needed.
Left. Office workers Sandy Distefano and Mike Wilkerson put together the
booklets for the North Central visit.
Mr. Gary Beatty, head janitor was
among the first to arrive at PLJH in the
morning. He kept the school safe and
clean, which he felt was important be-
cause it, "improves the quality of edu-
cation." Mr. Beatty helped set up the
tables and clean up the floor in the
cafeteria, made sure that the halls
were spotless each morning, and he
repaired damaged equipment in the
building. Several other janitors worked
at night, starting right after the school
busses had left the parking lot.
It was important for a janitor to cope
under the high pressure because there
were many faculty members and stu-
dents per janitor. To be a janitor in
Missouri, four years of high school and
four days of training each summer for
six years are required. By Greg Thor-
Mrs. Anna Keller, head cook at
PLJH, arrived at school early every day
to feed 1200 students and teachers.
She ordered food, supervised the other
cooks, and helped cooked the food. It
was quite a job, too, as she had to
make sure that the food was ready by
the first lunch shift and that there was
enough for everyone in all shifts.
Mrs. Keller enjoyed working with
people, and she said that it was critical
in her job, as well as an interest in
cooking and math, reading, and spell-
ing. Being able to persevere under
pressure was also important. To be a
head cook in any cafeteria, four years
of high school plus passing a test in a
course of cooking are needed. By Greg
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The healthroom was a very important
part of everyone's lives, especially during
the flu season. Students were greeted by
the smiling face of Mrs. Collier, our health-
room nurse. Her jobs not only included ad-
ministering first aid, but also notifying par-
ents of sick children, keeping health re-
cords, making sure all students were immu-
nized, and dispensing prescribed medi-
cines that were given to the students by
their own doctors. On the average, Mrs.
Collier attended 50 to 60 students a day.
Ailments ranged from cold and flu symp-
toms to such serious problems as broken
Mrs. Collier had help from volunteers in
the community. Students often saw Mrs.
Marty Koehn, Mrs. Nancy Blackwel, Mrs.
Christine Naeger, Mrs. Sharon Ennis, Mrs.
Carol Jacobs, Mrs. Pam O'Gorman, Mrs.
Linda Miller, and Mrs. Cathy Seaton. These
aids were very much appreciated by every-
one because of their cheerfulness and their
desire to help the students.
Information was also available from the
healthroom about shots, personal hygiene
and weight control. Those students who
had allergies notified Mrs. Collier at the be-
ginning of school so that they could store
their medicine in the healthroom. The room
was kept locked at any time before and
after school. All students were required to
have a hall pass before they could enter the
Mrs. Collier checks the temperature of
Todd Haines before calling his parents.
Lower Left: Lunch time was hectic during
each lunch schedule for the cafeteria
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Clubs were in abundance at PLJH.
Not only were there morning club ses-
sions but there were also after school
activities, enough to keep everyone in
the school very busy. Clubs were given
a high priority at this school because
part of the school's philosophy was to
give students the opportunity to learn
beyond the classroom and to offer ac-
tivities where as students could learn.
People from all over the state of Mis-
souri and sometimes from Kansas vis-
ited this school to view the club pro-
gram and to see it in full operation. Not
only did the program receive compli-
ments but the enthusiasm of the stu-
dents was marked.
Top Left: Missy Henderson, Michelle Foote,
Stephanie Allison and Tina Allison work in Sti-
chery Club. Top Flight: During Baseball Card
Collecting Club Travis Edwards and Eric Stone
check out a collection. Left: Audio-Visual Club is
the place for Cary Hall to learn about films.
Racing ln The Competition
For the second year in a row the
homeroom competition was held
each quarter. The new system al-
lowed for more homerooms to excell
to win one of the top three prizes of
going to Dairy Queen a pizza parlor
or a dinner playhouse
All students were placed into a
homeroom during scheduling time in
the summer. Teacher! Advisors or
TA's then worked through the year to
shape the students in their home-
room into a group that would work
together Communication leadership
and peer understanding were just
some of the skills developed. The
homerooms also worked on tests
about the next years classes and
schedules were made through home-
Through the competition students
were encouraged to earn good
grades and participate in activities
Points were determined by a commit-
tee and each grade and activity were
worth points for the homerooms.
in earning points and having a chance such as the B.E.S.T. test. Decisions
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pace o meet and accomplish work.
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Joining Spirit Together
"This was one of the hardest working group of council
representatives l have ever seen at PLJH, "commented advi-
sor Mrs. Judy Yancey. The 1986-87 members had worked
hard all year to accomplish goals under the leadership of
president Angela Seaton, vice-president Jamaine Mitchell,
secretary Robin Cooley, and treasurer Chad Jansen. Meetings
were held weekly by the different committees. Parties and a
spirit drive for the basketball games were planned. Student
Council also sponsored the paper drive and the Carnival held
each spring. This year one seventh grader rewrote C. Clement
Moore's "A Night Before Christmas" to remind us of this
year's Christmas Dance by the Student Council.
"Twas the day of the dance, and all through school, No one
was misbehaving, not breaking a rule. The decorations were
hung in the gym with care, For the hundreds of children that
soon would be there. The students were all waiting for the end
of the day, 'Cause visions of the dance would not go away.
And teachers were trying to calm the kids down, So they were
all busy running around. When out in the hall there arose such
a clatter, I sprang from my desk to see what was the matter.
When what to my wandering eyes should appear, But the
principal himself, we all shuttered in fear. He hollared and
shouted and called us by nameg "David, and Nancy, and
Jenni and Jane! Stephi and Teni and Danny and Zane! To my
office, around the corner and down the hall. Hurry up now
everyone or l'll suspend you all! When he walked in behind us,
l heard him reply, "None of you are in trouble." We let out a
sigh. "I need you to help out tonight, you see, l'd like you to
chaperone the dance for me." We looked all around, amaze-
ment in our eyes. What a dance this will be, and what a
surprise! The dance was wild, we all had a blast. The students
were all excited to be free at last. As we were leaving the
dance, almost out of sight- This dance was great, What an
awesome night!" by Tina Allison.
Right. Seventh graders enjoy their first school mixer of the year
with music, popcorn and coke.
Student Council Alternates, Front Row: Amy Vanessa Tate, Stephanie Davis, Steve Bre- Holmes, Kurt Dennis, Andrew Fenton, Terra
Kapp, Megan Luce, Geoff Mitchell, Erick Emer- shears, Kristin Rozier, Niki Stanley, Jennifer Cun- Paulson, Kristen Falkenberg, Mr. Ron Hoduski,
son, Mark Long, Sara Wiley, Thad Noland, Brad ningham, Buddy Spurck. Row 3: Diane Burger, advisor.
Lee. Row 2: Jennifer Hefner. Tobey Salle, Alice Yeo, Tillie Roach, Melony McNulty, Ryan
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Erin Da' Merrilee Miller, Sara Murphy, Amy Molly Meaddrs, Amy Melton, Tina Beckiean
Sallee, Eric Dennis, Chris McDaniel, Jason Med- Tina Bell, Jamaine Mitchell, Ryan Boyd. Row 3
Iey, Aimee Jacobs. Fiow 2: Kim Trader, Carly
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Andrews, Chris Trull. Cristi Foster, Chris Baney, len Lowe, Timmi Bupard, Steve Ornes. Jennifer Stanley. Michael Myers, Davin York, Aimee
Aimee Pedersen, Sara Bronson, Brent Rice. Ke- Lisenby. Jennifer Gessley, Stacy Williams, Mike Lampton, Laureen Schurr. Justin Spellerberg,
vin White. Flow 2: Sara Pragman, Carrie Sparks, Howard. Flow 3: Angela Coleman, Tillie Roach, Lantz Hurlock.
Magazine Representatives. Front Row: Ann Oli- n Amy Pence. Christine Ward, Corey Bartlett. Kris- ham. Steve Fritz, Jody Bhoads. Tricia Beck. Pow
ver, Tammie Hensley, Jenifer Kiple, Cris Frazier. tin Fihoads, Fiachelle Lewman. Allison Cridle- 4: Alexis Zoph. Jennifer Lucas, Terra Paulson.
lm, i aanmaf fran, i-ian im-ma rifmainnri Fawn miinh Flow 3i Brian Kerl. Dawn Arne. Lisa Cv- Shellv Wood, Abe Schilbs, Mollv Blackwell, Bob-
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Jenifer Kiple, Tanya Allen, Lisa Oberhelman,
Ryan Hunter, Gautam Nayak, Larry Snoderly,
Melanie Lawson, Kathy Hargrave, Ann Oliver,
Ms. Helmer. Row 2: Lisa Cygan, Brooke Hatley,
Cecily Pasquini, Sarah Albano, Erik Emerson,
Brad Swearngin, Erik Deadwyler, Eric Spalding,
Tonya Green, Amy Melton, Trina Galate, Jenny
McElhany. Row 3: Joell Troch, Sharolyn Samp-
son, Marcy Droege, Kelly Wesner, Kim Thomas,
Jeff Schouten, Sam Harris, Michael Pender-
graph, Jeff Roberts, Wes Veasman, Dawn Arne,
Ann Gregory, Kristin Rhodes, Michelle Monahan.
Row 4: Shelly Wood, Kathy Johnson, Gwen
Trantham, Lorie Weinel, Allison Cridlebaugh,
Matt Lewis, Matt Miller, Rob Keith, Mark Bruno,
Eric Nichols, Michael Myers, Mike Melling, Shan-
nyn Hite, Robin Coley, Molly Blackwell. Not pic-
tured: John Boenker, Kristen Kluge, Kristen Ro-
Right. Black and Golf members meet at Blue
Ridge Mall for their annual Christmas carolling.
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Front Bow: Tammie Arnold, Brooke Kariker, Amanda Woods, Scott Stackelhouse, Bryce Jones, Jason
Spellerberg, Jeff Hicks, Geohh Mitchell, Thad Noland, Amy Kapp, Mr. Shrout. Bow 2: Anne Zvacak,
Megan Luce, Emily Franklin, Karen Hainley, Eyvonne Kincaid, Amanda White, Brendon Mathis, Steve
Ornes, Jennings Goodman, Niel Nielson, Chris Evans, Chris McDaniel, Molly Cansler, Jill Lytton. Bow 3:
Amy Schramm, Pilar Alejos, Nikki Robinson, Jaime Moore, Angela Coleman, David Dumler, Bob Long,
Justin Spellerberg, Geoff Robinson, Luke Dyer, John Jakes, David Suchman, Kathy Burger, Sara
Pragman Lori Flomeroy Bow 4 Alice Yeo Jennifer Koury Carly Daniel Angela Sullivan Tracy Studt
Eddie Fitzgerl Fiusty Brotherton Steve Parker Mike Howard Jeff Perry Darin York Heather McNutt
Robin Rethmeyer Melanie O Gorman Aimee Lampton Not Pictured Lisa Clark Angie Cox Melony
McNulty Elliot Tlmms
Bight The Music I Singers are performing in one of
their many concerts of the year
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Cub Band Makes
Decisions, Decisions. Last year the up-
coming seventh graders had to choose be-
tween Home Ec, Shop and Band. Eighty-
two seventh graders chose to participate in
band. These students made up the 1987
Cub Band. The band was split into three
hours according to instruments and they
were conducted by Miss Pam Henry.
Cub, Hour 1: Rhett Belser, Kris Bixby, Mark Dol-
son, Scott Edwards, Jeremy Erwin, Brian Greer,
Chris Herzog, Ryan Holmes, Bryce Jones, Aimee
Lampton, Megan Luce, Jill Lytton, Ryan Miller,
Melanie O'Gorman, Jeff Perry, Andrew Robin-
son, Brad Scheer, Jenny Schrelk, David Viets,
Sara Wiley and Kathy Wright. Hour 2: Kristi
Abrahamson, Joe Baer, Christy Bradley, Molly
Cansler, Cara Coblentz, Angela Coleman, Amy
Cowick, Paige Finke, Nicole Godfrey, Julie Gre-
chus, Marty Green, Chris Hemme, Chrissy Huff-
man, Mark Jacobs, Justin King, Jennifer Li-
senby, Chris Martin, Pam McCool, Julie Olive,
During the year the seventh graders
worked on several things. This ranged from
tetrachords to half scales. All of the mem-
bers were expected to have their instru-
ments daily as well as their music and their
supplies. Practice cards were due weekly
and woe to those who forgot them!
Veronica Rhea, Wendy Rudnay, Andrea Scarag-
lino, William Stroman, Robbie Stutzman, David
Suchman, Merle Summers, Jason Tuck, Scott
Tucker, Whitney Weaver, Isaac Whitaker, Amy
Williams, Chris Wiltfong, and Darin York. Hour 6:
James Adams, Julie Batliner, Lisa Clark, Donyll
Countryman, Jenny Franklin, Michelle Freeman,
Tina Ham, Melinda Hassler, Christin Hiskey, Jed
Hood, Heather Hubbard, Anna Humphrey, Ellen
Lowe, Brenda Miller, Teresa Muren, Molly Niffen,
Christina Rice, Erin Richardson, Timmi Rupard,
Tobey Sallee, Beth Silvey, Tracy Studt, Vanessa
Tate, and Melissa West.
A Mighty Force
The Tiger Band of PLJH was made
up of 45 students, all of whom were in
the eighth grade. Their fearless, short
leader, Miss Henry, had been prepar-
ing them for contest, which was held in
the spring, and two fall performances.
At contest they were judged on the
pieces "Gramerey Park" and "Lexing-
Tiger Band' Shane Alderton, Donny Anderson,
Mike Anderson, Corey Bartlett, Lara Burch, Pat
Clifford, Lisa Cygan, Mitti Davis, March Droege,
Matt Hamilton, Susie Hitchcock, Dana Hut-
chens, Heather Johnson, Christy Laeupple, Me-
lanie Lawson, Amy Letzig, Troy Lund, Charlyn
Lusk, Teri Madole, Merrilee Miller, Jamaine
ton March". The Tiger Band had
worked very hard on the pieces and
looked forward to that exciting exper-
ience. The band not only performed
there, but they also played for the fall
pep assembly, the fall concert and the
Calvacade of Bands held in May. By
Mitchell, Heather Oldberg, Gail Peetoom, Pete
Pine, Gayle Revels, Jody Rhoads, Kristin
Rhoads, Christine Schulz, Michelle Shore, Deric
Spear, Mehgan Tade, Rachel Thomas, Tiffany
Thurman, Kelly Turner, Mike Wagner, Lorie
Weinel, Jeny Weiss, Carrie Whalley, DeeDee Wil-
son, Shelly Wood, and Stephanie Wren.
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Concert Band, was made up of 55
students. These students were both
seventh and eighth graders. This year
they participated in many types of con-
certs and in very unique environments.
Earlier this year concert band played
at one of the Longview Farm barns as
entertainment for the Guiding Eyes for
the Blind Fund Raiser. The band also
played at the fall pep assembly and the
Concert Band: Sarah Albano, Tanya Allen,
Heather Barlag, Stephanie Bentley, Molly Black-
well, Bobert Camp, Robin Cooley, Craig Davis,
Erik Deadwyler, Jennifer Foster, Steve Fritz,
Tonya Greer, Nate Gregory, Adam Hall, Kathy
Hargrave, James Hasch, Brian Heuertz, Shan-
nyn Hite, Julie Hitman, Karin Holmes, Dan Hop-
per, Heather Hurst, Craig Johnston, Jenifer Ki-
ple, William Knowles, Jason Maddux, Jennifer
Marsicek, Mike Mathis, Mike Melling, Eric Ni-
winter pep assembly. The orchestra
played "Emperatta Overture" and
"Circus Bee" at contest this spring.
The students in the band enjoyed
playing their instruments for many rea-
sons. One reason was the teacher,
Miss Pam Henry. One student com-
mented, "She is a cool teacher and her
class is a blast."
chols, Tanya Northway, Ann Oliver, Steve Ornes.
Terra Paulson, Kyle Pellow, Michael Pender-
graph, Sara Pragman, Crystal Shockley, Shan-
non Smith, Larry Snodderly, Jason Spellerberg,
Justin Spellerberg, Stephanie Swanson, Ann
Tapp, Greg Thorson, Wes Veasman, Brian
Villers, Allison Wait, Joe Welch, Sarah West,
Carrie Whalley, Jay Wright, Bay Wurtz, and
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Red Cross Aids
Red Cross Club began the new
school year with their annual fund rais-
er, the Halloween Dance. This event
helped raise money for the club to don-
ate the money to the diaster fund, de-
pleted in the recent years by the many
major international disasters. They
also donated money for the new head-
quarters ofthe Red Cross that is being
built in Kansas City and other dona-
tions to the Red Cross.
Students in the club were given a
choice of three projects they could
work on during the club sessioru
adopt-a-grandparent, make Meals-on-
Wheels tray favors and make stuffed
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animals for Children's Mercy Hospital.
The students then worked frantically to
complete their projects within the club
The club also sponsored the Christ-
mas stockings for the students at Hill-
top School. Members asked home-
rooms to collect gifts or money, they
wrapped the presents and bought
more gifts, and finally had them deliv-
ered before the holidays. Mrs. Burger,
the sponsor, commented that the
school increased their donations each
year, showing PLJH's concern for the
Red Cross, Front Row: Lisa Oberhelman, Jana Hobbs, Amanda Notestine, Lori Pomeroy, Amanda
Loyd, Jenny Cunningham, Shannon Parks, Amanda Ramsey, Tia Lewis, Joanne Snow, Brooke
Walker, Sean Catlin. Row 2: Kathi Lawrence, Molly Cansler, Angie Oliver, Leslie Jenkins, Shannon
Carter, Pilar Alejos, Vanessa Conrad, Tara Sanderson, Carla Braun, Justin Collet, Jeanne Curran,
Michelle Nelson, Kimberly Irvin. Row 3: Danny Huffman, Eric DeSmet, Russell Gillett, Tammy Boss,
Tammi Bachman, Sara Pragman, Carrie Whalley, Kelly Musgrave, Angela Dees, Lori Goodwin, Lori
McMillia, Nena McClymond, Julie Colton.
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Athletics was a very important and
popular part of the school's curricu-
lum. Many students practiced through-
out the summer to be prepared for the
tryouts in the fall. Becoming part of the
team, whether it was on the eighth
grade team or on the seventh grade
team, was an important part of belong-
ing and contributing to the school.
PLJH offered three varsity sports and
three intermural sports: football, vol-
leyball and basketball. The time spent
by the coaches and the students pre-
paring for each season was rewarded
with an outstanding season. PLJH was
number one in spirit and pride!
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The cheerleaders of Pleasant Lea
Junior High were those energetic,
school spirited, and enthusiastic girls
who represented our school. Our
cheerleaders attended camp last sum-
mer to learn new cheers and practiced
for two days a week to perfect their
skills. When school started, they prac-
ticed on the nights that they did not
cheer for a game. They cheered at all
home football, volleyball, and basket-
ball games. Some of their favorite
cheers were "Hello", "Take it to the
Limit", and "Tigers are Ready".
This was the first year for Pleasant
Lea Junior High to have two cheerlead-
ing squads. Miss Rogers, the sponsor
for the cheerleaders said that they
liked the idea because more girls had
the opportunity to cheer. "Cheerlead-
ing brought members of the squad
closer together as friends and school-
mates", commented Nikki Norred.
Whether performing in Pep Assem-
blies or supporting the Tigers, the
cheerleaders really showed their
school spirit for PLJI-l.
Nikki, Molly and Angela lead the football fans in
cheering during the Blue Springs game.
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Footbatl is one of Arnerica's favorite sports.
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er, Zimmerman, Merriilg and Gross enjoyed
coaching football this year. They also enjoyed i
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nior High, Mr. walkerj thought that evaluating
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Jay Leighier, Chris Cook, Shane l-lunziker, Chris
Nichols, Craig Johnston, Danny DeJaynes, Marc
Mueller, Mike Dunn, Curt Harold Flow 5: Bret
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Tigers Are Victorious!
The 1986-87 school year proved to
be one filled with excitement for the
varsity volleyball squad. They ended
the season with a terrific record. The A
team had eleven wins and one loss
while the the B team had seven wins
and six losses. They also had victories
in the Center and PLJH tournaments
by taking first place in both.
The team was chosen after fall
tryouts according to their overall atti-
tude, performance on the skills tests,
and their team playing ability. The girlls
on the team practiced daily for two
hours to perfect their skills. Coaches
Danforth and Leslie helped the girls
work on correctly aiming their forearm
passes, setting, spiking and serving
The girls agreed that the hard prac
tices paid off and taught them many
things such as how to pay attention, be
responsible, and to play to the best of
their abilities. "We were expected to
work hard at practices and play to
gether on the court," commented Kris
ten Falkenberg. Kristen Young, man
ager for the Tigers said, "They had a
very good year because they all
worked very hard together." This
year's volleyball team certainly knew
the meaning of teamwork.
Front Row: Ann Oliver, Caroline Foster. Row 2: Welsh. Row 3: Coach Leslie, Kristin Young, Kris- Danforth. Row 4: Dawn Arne, Julie Hitman, Me-
Florence' Hatfield, Kathy. Hargrave, Lori Naeger, tin Kluge, Kristin Falkenberg, Tessa Nagel, Jen- lissa Wehner, Kendra Lillich, Kathy Couch, An-
Cindy Pipes, Kim Phillips, Debbie Ulm, Amy nifer Johnson, Amy Melton, Shelly Kell, Coach drea Yeager, Kit Diester, Molly Blackwell.
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Above Left Coach Leslue duscusses
strategnes wrth the team
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to splke the ball as Lora Naeger
comes to her and
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This year the girls basketball team
started practicing in November. They
concentrated on the skills of shooting,
passing, dribbling and the process ot
conditioning in addition to their work
on defense. They practiced two hours
every day under the direction of
Coaches Gross and Bryant. All three
teams had impressive records this
year. The A Team won 12 games, the
B team won 8 games and the C Team
won 6 games. The teams felt that they
had a tremendous amount of support
from fans at all of the home games
which helped cheer them on to a victo-
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Front Row: Kit Diester, Angela Seaton. Flow 2:
Amy Pence, Tessa Nagel, Christa Weston, Melis-
sa Wehner, Andrea Yeager, Shannon Hite, Jen-
nifer Johnson, Kristen Falkenberg, Shelly Kell,
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Terra Paulson. Row 3: Amy Welsh, Molly Black-
well, Ftobin Cooley, Coach Bryant, Coach Gross,
Charice Chlanda, Michelle Monahan, Lisa Ober-
helman, Florence Hatfield, Dorian Budge. Row 4:
Susie Hitchock, Stacy Dwyer, Tetia McMichael,
Danielle Williamson, Kathy Couch, Kathi Gilli-
spie, Nicole Drego, Dawn Arne, Melissa Brown,
and Jennifer Hefner.
Far Left. Kristen Falkenberg puts up a shot as
Kathy Couch and Andrea Yeager block.
Left. Coming down with the rebound is Tiger
player Kit Deister as Robin Cooley and Melissa
Wehner make for a fast break.
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An exciting year awaited the Tiger
varsity basketball team. With summer
camps behind them, their fall practices
began in November under the direc-
tions of Coaches Cahill and Stearns.
The daily practices lasted for two hours
as the team reviewed the fundamentals
of basketball and memorized their
plays. It was obvious their strategies
worked as the Tigers came up with
another winning record. The A team
celebrated 10 wins and 4 losses, while
the B team rejoiced with 15 wins and 1
Team members enjoyed their suc-
cess even though it was hard worked.
They recognized their coaches goals.
"Mr, Cahill made us work hard, we
worked hard and came to be a good
team", commented Mike Jenkins.
Chad Jansen added, "I thought this
year's basketball season was a learn-
ing experience and was alot of fun."
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Playing For Keeps
The PLJH intermural basketball pro-
gram was set up for both seventh and
eighth grade girls. This encouraged the
seventh graders to play against players
who were older and had more devel-
oped skills while it encouraged the
eighth grade students to continue de-
veloping their skills. This year that de-
velopment led to forming a third team
for the eighth grade varsity team and
played seven games against other
During the intermural season stu-
dents developed their basketball skills
such as dribbling, passing, shooting
and the defensive skills of blocking,
guarding and stealing the ball. Prac-
tices were held after school everyday
with the first initial weeks for drills.
Later, the group was divided into
squads and a tournament was begun.
All of the players agreed that the sea-
son was fun and they really increased
their skills. They had a great time with
Coaches Walker and Mendlick.
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Luce, Nikki Robinson, Melanie O'Gorman, Julie
Batliner, Merillee Miller. Row 2: Stephanie
Weaver, Kim Trader, Wendy Budnay, Kathy
Wright, Brandi Smith, Kristy LeVaIley. Row 3:
Tiffany Paulson, Lisa Clark, Tracy Studt, Krista
West, Chris Parker, Shannon Parks, Kristy Abra-
hamson. Flow 4: Gail Cox, Amy Schram, Heather
Hurst, Brenda Miller, Susie Hitchcock, DeeDee
Wilson, Tammy Lanning. Row 5: Tricia Van Ord-
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strand, Shelly Wood, Becky Smith, Jennifer Ed-
wards, Jackie Copeland, Brandy Smith, Lori
Naeger. How 6: Sarah West, Stacy Sherman,
Jenny Cunningham, Molly Meadors, Stephanie
Brattin, Nicole Grego, Jenifer Hefner.
Megan Luce moves to block a pass during the first intermural game. Heather Hurst tries for a basket as Lori Neager moves into
defensive position to stop her.
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A New Beginning
Junior High life was exciting and ac-
tion-packed for the new seventh grad-
ers. It was the first time that all of the
students in the future class of 1992
gathered together. Grade school was
behind them and the future was bright.
Although timid at first from the
strange-ness of the hustle and bustle
of PLJH, the new students soon
learned their way around, opened lock-
ers faster, made new friends and en-
tered into activities. When asked what
they liked best about junior high the
majority responded that they enjoyed
the free time between classes, having
different teachers, parties in home-
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Eighth Grade Races Away
Rising to the front of the school this
year was the class of 1991. The eighth
graders took on new challenges and
left their own mark on PLJH. Led by
Angela Seaton, the students of this
class showed their spirit by attending
away games and working hard on the
school projects. They entered the
math contests, the Science Fair, the
Language Arts Olympiad, music com-
petitions and other contests. Their goal
was to win and set new records.
Preparing for high school was their
ultimate goal of the year. For these
students this was a beginning ofa new
and exciting time. At the end of Janu-
ary choices were made for- high school.
Which classes should they take? Who
should they locker with? Once the de-
cisions were made, and their chal-
lenges met, the class of 1991 had
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eighth grade spirit during a pep assembly.
Above: Doug Davidson tries to avoid a tackle.
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Judges and timers prepare to begin as Kristen Falkenberg, far left corner,
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Performing at the gymnastics assembly are Nicole Young Deenia Dale
Megan Tade Margaret Ulett Heather Burwell Kristina Gura Brandi
Gonzales Angie Trappito and Kim Kennell.
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grade class as they enjoy the Red Cross Mixer
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People Who Triumphed
The year which had begun in excite-
ment built up to a triumphant ending. The
New York Giants won the Super Bowl XXI.
Eighth grader Matt Lewis made a TV mov-
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students promoted the crinoid or Delo-
crinus Missourienis, for the state fossil.
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support from State Representative Derek
Holland so that they could present to the
legislature their reasons for having a state
fossil. Three students were awarded the
Gold Key Winners at the 1987 Western
Missouri Regional Scholastic Award Con-
test: Matt Akin, Mike Mathis, and Barb
Whitaker. Seventh grader Andrew Fortner
placed second in the 1986 Soap Derby
and won the R.G. Canning National Out-
standing Youth Award at Fort Wayne,
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homeroom during an emergency firedrill.
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Otto, Sheila Karns, Jenny McElhany, Christine
Ward, Melanie Lawson, Brooke Hatley, Nathan
Gregory, Row 2: Emily Akers, Christy Laeupple,
Heather Oldberg, Aimee Couste, Ashley Miller,
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Young, Heather Johnson, Florence Hatfield. Not
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