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pi 9 9 I ■ I ■ 1 ■ » ■ » ■ 1 » • ■ i ■ ■ Raul Andrew Aballi Andrea Adamek Gerald Agnes Kristal Albanian Eric Aiden Helen Alfaro Jill Amos 3ffl 3ii« Linda Joyte. Anderisorj, C.S.F; ' ,-.v;;::- Kenneth D. Andrus High School is an oddity among institutions in that the main purpose of going, is to not go; of attending, _ is to graduate. Therefore, as each class finishes its term and prepares to graduate, it is looked upon by the rest of of the student bodv as qreat, as having been perfected. Although the SFNIORS leave many friends and their home-of-FOUR-years, most of those who have gone the distance dutifully file up to receive their diplomas. In their term, the Poly Class of ' 77 witnessed a new principal and the changes he wrought upon their Alma Mater. They saw the emergence of smoking on camous. Their SENIOR year had more assemblies and such successful dances that the ASB was moved to budget more for the following year. As the year passed the students also saw eleven Varsity sports teams go to C.I.F. Competition! Chrisi Poly ' s new principal, Joseph Rile, brought new blood and new ideas to the high school. SENIORS found it increasingly difficult to slack off in their class attend- ance. Even if they were eighteen and therefore able to write their own notes, the SNIGRIVS (as they were affectionately (?) named four years earlier) were ham- pered by a fifteen-day limit on absences. A new three- tardy limit began a heated argument on the resump- tion of the two minute warning bell. In the SENIOR Class ' final quarter the administrators also began an unbelievably bureaucratic data processing system for monitoring absences ' truancies: The office, however, did give SENIORS an option on taking P.E. and gave to the students two smoking areas to keep the air in , the restrooms clear. Amidst all the changes the SENIOR class struggled toward its goal. They spent each day waiting for it j to end. As they struggled through their days, weeks, quarters, and years, they sometimes learned some- thing. That was the incongruous by-prod uct called an education. l ® ' Christiane Anderson Kenneth Angermeir Jf ' mb. ' ' ■• Hi l ; ' .Ma ' ijy ' . rcher ' k im berly ' De Ann ; Austin ;; ' :■ ' Mo ' 4e ' rn .D,a ' i ' c.e. J - i ' : Laura Avey •.VarsitV Flag 76-77 ..,. ■C.S.F. ' Paul Avolese William Ayotte
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