Rock Island High School - Watchtower Yearbook (Rock Island, IL)

 - Class of 1973

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Teens Earn While Learning Commercial Food Service, Cooperative Work Training, Distributive Education and Career Orientation-Coopera¬ tive Work Training all repre¬ sent diversified phases of Rocky ' s Cooperati ve Educa¬ tion program. Students gain experience through working in food services, local busi¬ nesses and organizations. Spending a half day in school and the other half in the work¬ ing force, students prepare themselves for future occupa¬ tions. They receive wages, school credit and valuable training. 7. Jeff Barrett works at McCabe ' s in downtown Rock Island. 2. Mr. Divin- ney ' s fourth period class members are FIRST ROW: C indy Morgan, Mr. Divinny, Rodney Flowers, Dewey Multzburger. SECOND ROW: Linda Heeber, Roberta Nachbauer, Debbie Lang, Debbie Beach, Mark Rice, Bill Morgenstem, Vance Harris, Darrel Rummels. THIRD ROW: Sandy Red- dig, Brenda Haymon, Randy Gozney, )eff Talley, and Scott Straiter. 3. Paula Foster spends her afternoon ' s work¬ ing at Mr. Quick ' s restaurant. 5. Mark Rice presses a suit at Mosenfelder ' s. 5. Mr. Devinney ' s morning class con¬ sists of FRONT ROW: Peggy Moser, Teresa Fisher, Cathy Quale, Ro bbie Harmon, Vicki Skorepa, Debbie Bloome, Sue VanTyle. BACK ROW: Nancy Thompson, Terry McSparin, Jim Marshall, Rox Ommen, Kirt Jen¬ son, Paula Foster, Darlene Menting, Pat Smith, and Rosemary McBride. 44 C.W.T.

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Math Interests Members Fraction Faction is for students with an inter¬ est in math regardless of the academic level they have achieved. They get together for relay races in solving problems and working out tricky or difficult problems. They had a Christmas party with a viewing of The Star of Bethlehem at Au- gie, a spring picnic, a guest speaker from local CPA and a trip to the atomic energy plant. " FF gives kids an opportunity to work math not assigned as homework, to work different kinds of problems and to associate with others who really like math, " comments Eileen Anderson. 1. Fraction Faction president Ann Erwin is intrigued by a quadratic equation. 2. Earl McGinnis doesn ' t look too pleased over the results of a Fraction Faction game, but from their smiles, it looks as if Ann Heffeman and Sylvia Lovett are on the winning team. 3. Officers of Fraction Faction are Eric Carlson, Ann Erwin, Eileen Anderson, and Paul Morgan. Fraction Faction 43



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On the Job Training Provides Experience Two important phases of cooperative education are Health Occupations and Office Occipations. The Health Occupations student learns basic anatomy and physiological functions of the body, and how these are related to the specific job skills learned by those working with patients. Students find work in hospitals, doctor and dentist offices, and public health centers. A few job skills students partake in are nurses aide, physical t herapy assistant, ward clerk, and home health aide. The Office Occupa¬ tions student is given practical experience in office work by an experienced supervisor-trainer. 1. Debbie Goodman works diligently in the school office. 2. Mrs. Nelson ' s Office Occupa¬ tion class members are FIRST ROW: Debbie Goodman, Debbie Johnson, Linda Barnes. SECOND ROW: Connie Werthman, Ann Hef- fernan, Terri Eckerman. THIRD ROW: Pam Stubbart, Bill Ely. FOURTH ROW: Coree Toal¬ son, Joyce McGee, Janet Faucett. FIFTH ROW: Linda Haberthur, Judy Punkiewitz, Karen Morrow, and June Crosby. 3. Donna Moroni helps others at Americana. 4. Mrs. McLaughlin ' s Health Occupation class mem¬ bers are FIRST ROW: Becky Webb, Sue Wil¬ liams, Sandra Shafer. SECOND ROW: Donna Moroni, Felicia Jones, Janice Edwards, Carole Sparks, Sarah Walker, Betty Langford. THIRD ROW: Janice Johnson, Roma Muskeyvalley, Gaylene Barber, Sheri Mier, Gayle Nelson, and Nedra Stewart. C.W.T. 45

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