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Page 13 text:
The student's voice is heard through
their own publication.
Marty and Bill we're free to
have their say at the stunt shows,
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Jane and Vicki take a minute to Talent was expressed and enjoyed by all the students at our music
relax before their performance in assembly, QMC, Dick Conlony,
concert choir's "Down in the Val-
Page 12 text:
Speech. . . the right to have your own voice
heard. Our representative form of student
government was created on this basis. Within
last year however the student body began ser-
iously questioning the worth of our student
council. Were we communicating with the ad-
ministration? As in the past years we had op-
portunities to voice our own opinions through,
"The Shield. " Other responsive methods in-
cluded a question and answer student council
assembly, the student music assemblies, and
our speech team.
You're voice as one of the 2500 students at
Richwoods High School has the right: to be
heard--the freedom is yours for the taking.
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Page 14 text:
Everyday there are decisions to
be made. This year they range
from the comparatively small
choice of picking our mini-cour-
ses to the vitally important de-
cision of choosing our next Presi-
dent of the United States.
The school year began as every
other by receiving our new sche-
dulest Our schedules included
courses which we had agreed
would be best suited for us as an
individual. However, there was
one complaint that counselors
heard plenty of at the start of
school "Why can't Ichange my
schedule?" This seemingly valid
request could not be granted. The
lottery system for ticket pur-
chases also raised eyebrows as
did the return of mandatory fin-
als. Students had reason to quest-
ion their freedom of choice.
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..L ' -a ,, ,,,i I The bond referendum brou ht about unit within our student body
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