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Self-confidence; Seniors Eagerly Seek the World Helen Wright Anita Zeglin Linda Zimmer Craig Wunderlich Pamela Zeigenhom Sharon Zirbes Donald Yeater John Young Sandra Zare STUDENTS RUSH HOME after school on a cold, snowy winter afternoon. SENIORS 95
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Learning Experience at Rocky Instills Linda Williamson Bill Wilson Jerry Wilson Martha Wilson Steve Wilson SENIORS
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Juniors Assume Roles of Varsity Responsibility The junior class of Koi k Island High School of 1963 1964 has successfully passed another milestone in their academic as well as their social progress toward their final goal of graduation. This year 783 juniors added to the school ' s ever-growing population. Vif ith this increasing population also came a growing opportunity for juniors in the field of academic study and achievement. German II was added to the curriculum giving juniors who took German 1 in their sophomore year an opportunity to become learned in the German tongue, and also nicely rounding off Rocky’s language depart¬ ment. American Obsen ers were studied by juniors in history classes as were Newsweeks by those juniors in the normally all-senior classes of Economics and Government. Juniors used their accumulated knowledge on the many tests administered to them. Arithmetic tests, the National Merit Scholarship Test, and the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test were given. The last examination was in preparation for tests these students will take next year as seniors. This was a year long awaited by many juniors. As sophomores, they had long anticipated the proud feelings of being considered varsity. Junior boys greatly helped the seniors on the football, basketball, track, wrestling, and tennis squads. The varsity cheer¬ leaders were aided in cheering Rocky on to victory and good sportsmanship by two junior additions to the varsity cheerleading team. In the fall, juniors learned the mechanics of writing, editing, and managing the school newspaper. The Crimson Crier. They, then, capably put the spring editions of the newspaper into the hands of eager readers. Juniors also served as assistants on Watchtower. They greatly aided the harried editors, the various section editors, the copy editor, and business manager while gaining invaluable experience for their senior year when they will bear the responsibility of publishing the yearbook. Middleclassmen had a chance this year to perfect their acting and presentation skills through their roles in the Dramatic Club play, the Speech II class play, and, of course, the Junior Class play. These students also participated in speech contests. Juniors happily received their class rings in the spring. The Junior-Senior Prom was hosted by the junior class. Four members of the class, two girls and two boys, were chosen by their upperclassmen to serve as Junior Marshalls to lead the graduation procession for the class of 1964. The juniors ended their year with a feeling of confidence and happy expectation for their senior year at Rocky. LEADING THE JUNIOK class during the 1963 64 schmd year are Steve Wilson, president; Linda Reinhold, secretary; and Terry Crawford, vice-president. , % JUNIORS
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