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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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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.
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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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