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D.O. members are ROW 1: Jay Van Blaracom, Robert Barbers. Scott Dan¬ iels. ROW 2: Glen Donelson, Curtis Hes¬ ter. Franco Milani, Mark Kludy. ROW 3: Dave Pannell. Tony Garrard. Ramona Reid. Kama Muekey, Lisa Johnson. Tim Ward, and Andrea Hurt. One of Rocky’s many work pro¬ grams is Diversified Occupa¬ tion, D.O. Students who like the idea of going to school part-time and working part- time find that D.O. is just right for them. At the end of each year the club holds an em¬ ployee employer banquet at the Sheraton Motor Inn down¬ town Rock Island. Jay Van Blarcom shows interest in his work. Lisa Johnson is alway ready to help you. j D.O. 209
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Approximately 20 stu¬ dents participate in the VICA program, a state- run work program in which students attend a half day of classes- one a work related class-and then work at clerical, industrial or field -service jobs. Aside from their hard work, students partici¬ pate in pizza parties, bowling outings and other club activities. Each year VICA holds a “Challenge and Cup” tournament with DE and also have a ban¬ quet to recognize stu¬ dents’ efforts. students earn while they learn The VICA officers are Laura Udy, Lenard Johnson, Jackie Ewinig, Ron Smith, and Regg Jett. VICA members are ROW 1: Brian Miller. Carolyn Dickerson, Lenny Scott. ROW 2: Karyn Blair, Gail Hester, Ron Smithson, ROW 3: Reggi Jett. Laura Udy. Calene Needham. ROW 4: Sherri Temple. Richie Beam. ROW 5: Raylene Williams. Lenard Johnson, Betty Phillips. ROW 6: Annette Patrick, Jackie Ewing, and C. R. Bradford. Shelia Pouder is always happy to help you. Laura Udy helps out in room 112 208 VICA
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— the school behind the store Downtown there is a store called The Rock Island High School Thrift Shop. This shop is a little more than just a store though, it’s a school too! Stu¬ dents go there to receive their education along with learning to work with other people. Rocky’s Very-Important-Peo¬ ple program is just one “fun” way to graduate from school. Behind the Thrift Shop window lies the school for the V. I. P. Mrs. McKavanagh helps Harold Elof Madeline Vancil shows us her skills in find the correct answer. painting.
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