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Student Voice Is Heard in Senate The RIHS Senate is composed of one representative per homeroom, ac¬ cumulating a total of ninty Senators. These ambassadors are chosen to be the voice of the students. The 1971-72 Senate strove to put trivia aside and concern itself with posi¬ tive protest. Major steps were taken towards revision of enforced, although non-existent school rules. Months of committee hearings were held for stu¬ dent suggestions and a final resolution was presented to the Board of Educa¬ tion. However satisfying or dissatisfy¬ ing the results were, a milestone be¬ tween students and true self-govern¬ ment was touched. The 1971-72 Senate chartered several new clubs, most concerned with human rights, among them ACLU, FREE (civil rights), and the Black Student Union. Improvements were made; table knives were allowed in the cafeteria, new locks for the girls’ gym doors were ordered, and music was piped in the cafeteria and lounge. Rocky also worked with the QCSC. UPPER RIGHT: President of the Senate, Mike Dockterman, leads the march for student government in 1971-72. CENTER RIGHT: John Cochran, was chosen as Vice- President of the school student governing body. BELOW RIGHT: Kathy Joannides and Jill Punkiew- icz, back up the two leaders as Sec¬ retary and Treasurer. ABOVE: Committees were set up for discus¬ sion on new rules devised for stu¬ dent body invovement. OPPOS¬ ITE: The Senate sponsored the sale of Homecoming buttons. 24
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Eight Given Recognition At Rocky special recognition is awarded to students excel¬ ling in commendable qualities of character. The year 1971-72 brought honors to a handful of seniors. The Daughters of the American Revolution chose Tracy Mithchell as their model of good citizenship. Traits of honesty, diligence, and responsibility led to Rocky ' s representation of Debbie Phelps and Rick Malm at Girls ' and Boys ' State. And finally, leading the graduating class of ' 71 as junior marshalls were Mike Dockterman, Lynn Foley, Mark Green- leaf, and Tracy Mitchell. TOP LEFT: Tracy Mitchell, Mike Dockterman, Lynn Foley and Mark Cireenleaf escorted the seniors down the isle as 1971 Jr. Marshalls. OPPOSITE: Tracy Mitchell won the DAR award for good citizenship in 71-72. ABOVE: Girls and Boys State representatives are Ken Tschappot, Debbie Phelps, and Rick Malm. 23
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TOP: Listening to president Mike Dockterman are the Senior Sen¬ ators: FIRST ROW: John Cochran. Daniel Raviolo, Mark Pence, and Donald Sant ' orh. SECOND ROW: Howard Golden. Pete Car¬ as, Brent Allison. Kathy Joannides, and Vicky Hite. THIRD ROW . Rick Tacey, Dave Gunnell. Jim Bjork, Greg Moroni. Doug Humphrey, and Phil Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Margie Dew. Carol Clark. Jodi Rudd. Jannette Vann, and Willie Seward. CEN¬ TER Junior Senators are: FIRST ROW: Nancy Thompson. Sue Headley. Sue Gray, Luc W algren, Susie Smilev and Cind Knoe- ferl. SECOND ROW : Gary Olson. Don Cochran, Jamy Schneider. Dan Quinlan. Kris Lundquist. Chris Trout. Molly Patton. Nancy Evans. Debbie Johnson and Kaths Albrecht. THIRD ROW Rich¬ ard Hudson. Richard Wood. Drew Deutsch, Alan Garber. Tom Rockwell. Kay Murrens, Rhonda Bennett, Susie Brooks, Joyce Dusenberry, Michael Mann and Philip Marshall. BOTTOM. Sophomore Senators are: FIRST ROW: Donna Davis, Marlene Briesh, Lori Johnson. Mindy Mosenfelder and Steve Mirr. SEC¬ OND ROW: Tim Gordon. Ron Hudson, Carson Doran. Joel Sax, Mike Collins Mike Folev. Dave Andrews, and Roosevelt Ingram. THIRD ROW: Greg Lanier. Julie Wallace. Susan Hanna. Becky Strutz and Earl McGinnis.
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