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

 - Class of 1981

Page 208 of 230

 

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P v- ' r I 1 0 % vA i j Vic Walker takes a break between classes to listen to a student Mert Martin seems to be questioning " what can I say? V.I.P. Members: Row 1: G. Tournear, P. Somer. R. Crowe, R, Irons. Row 2: T, Fues, Row 3: J. Perez, V. Walker, M. Rosenthal, C, Swanson, D, Droyoel, D. Becker, S. McKavanaugh. Theresa Duncan puts the finishing touches on a pottery mug before it is fired. 104 VIP Janie Jacobs. Dean Willson, and Jason Prochaska pause in the darkroom to pose for a picture.

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V.I.P Members: Row 1: J. Prochaska J. Jacobs, S, Miers, T. Duncan. Row 2: J. Rosenthal, D. Grimm. W. Rushing, S, McKavanaugh. The VOCATIONAL IMPROVEMENT PRO¬ GRAM (V.I.P.) is a unique opportunity for students, who otherwise might quit school, to get an education. The pro¬ gram consists of a student-run store and two classrooms. The students enter V.I.P. with the idea of earning a high school diploma while earning money with a part time job. This requires flexibility for the stu¬ dent to change his class schedule if his working hours are changed The atmo¬ sphere at the V.I.P. store school is re¬ laxed, allowing for informal activities be¬ tween classes, and close student-teach¬ er interaction. This type of arrangement meets the students immediate needs, and makes getting an education much more meaningful to them. One meets many interesting people on a trip to the Thrift Shop Lisa Franklin improves her typing during class. V.I.P. Members: Row 1: R. Johnson. D. Wilson, L. Franklin, T. Ankney. Row 2: V. Walker. P. Wallisuk. W. Jones. M. Martin. VIP 203



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John Steele and Steve Harden work hard on a crafts project for class Chris Swanson models the newest fashions from the Thrift Shop. V I P. supervisors: V. Walker. E. Kline. A Lyon, and S. McKavanaugh. Washing windows on the job is Roger Irons. Rosanne Johnson experiments with ceramics in class.

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