Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory - Shamrock Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)

 - Class of 2001

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.i Seniors Conor Kelly, Jennifer Romanini, Toni Russell, Joseph Jayme, and Mr. Freed lend a helping hand during the food drive. Everyone had a good time supporting the drive. Junior Victoria Fontillas visits Stanford University. During the trip, CSF went to play miniature golf for some fun. Excellence The California Scholarship Federation CCSFD and the Block Club are composed of energetic and powerful students. They lead the Way and learn more about the issues of life in and outside ofthe school community. CSF lets students participate in many events that may have an impact on their lives and the lives of others. Mrs. Kuhn moderates this highly respected group who are encouraged to participate in district-Wide meetings. CSF members Within the district have a chance to visit colleges and Universities in Northern California to get a chance to see the campuses and talk with the administration about classes and majors. Like CSF, Block Club members contribute their time and effort to Work Within the school. Block Club meets once a month to arrange student events. They help during many student events such as school masses, Back to School Night, and the canned food drive. The Block Club is moderated by Mr. Freed, who doesn't accept just anyone. Students must play a Varsity sport, participate in drama productions, or be a part of Student Council to join the BlockClub. CSF 85 Block Club

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CSF: Row 1: C. Vuong, M. Paul, Mrs. Kuhn. Row2:J. Leong, V. Fontillas, M. Chan, M. Tan, T. Chan, M. Villanueva, R. Zulaybar, D. Lac, K. Tov, J. Wong, A. Rodriguez, R.M. Wong. Row3: R. Leong, N. Kwan, B. Lo,S.Hom,K.Huey,A.Lin,J.Lau,K. Santelises. CSF Oliicersz Row 1: S. Hom, C. Lieu, Mrs. Kuhn, A. Lin, and J. Chan. Block Club: Row 1: A. Yenne, J. Romanini G. Crosby, M. Gartroll, G. Ortiz, Cassinelli, G. Ryan, B. Zahn, M. Egan, Kelly, A. Cronander, T. Mino, O. Odiye, D Zapanta, J. Nevin, N. Martel, A. Creasey, Jong, M. Dewey, C. Tora. Row2: N. Smith, Hom, O. Odiye, S. Sobejana, M. Cotter, Akintola-Thomas, K. Smith, B. Winans, L Crahan, U. Maberley. Row 3: J. McLoughlin D. Said, R. Griffith, J. Evanco, R. Gimbal, T Moon, T. Russel, N. Apalit, L. Tom. Senior Toni Russell helps during the food drive. Help from the Block Club made a difference during the drive. Organizations Seniors Joseph Jayme, Conor Kelly, Jennifer Romanini, and Toni Russell load a van full ofcanned foods for the needy. Their help was really appreciated by everyone. pw



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Freshman Trisha Alaba makes a sign for the Science Club while Sophomore David Basconcillo looks on. Signs and posters spread information about the Science Club. Earth Action students as Well as other volunteers met at Ocean Beach to clean it together. Volunteers worked with each other to make the beach cleaner than before. Global Art Earth Action and Science Club may seem different, but in reality they are really very similar. Earth Action members deal with the problems facing the earth. They put their thoughts into action to help the environment and find ways to conserve San Francisco's beautiful landscape. Ms.Wanigatunga supervises Earth Action students when they go out to clean a certain part of the city. In the fall, Earth Action members went to Ocean Beach. Each member had a bag and picked up garbage. All the members were able to talk and enjoy their day at the beach. The Science Club is led by Ms. Fagan. Students try different science experiments to see how they turn out. The club gives members the opportunity to attempt experiments that they would not be able to do otherwise. Time constraints during class do not allow for many experiments to be done. The club allows those students who want to try something new to do so. Earth Action and Science Club may have similarities, but they are distinct from each other. In the Science Club, members learn about the ear'th and its surroundings. Earth Action deals with conserving the environmentanddoingthingsto keep it healthy. Organizations

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