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

 - Class of 2001

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1 W I Sf it 9 E d ina! Sophomores Andrew Hontales, Kevin Der, and Anthony Cervantes work on French computer programs. This is one of many activities the French Club participates in, and the programs help the students enhance their speaking skills. French Club: Rowlz A. Hontales, Ms.Bernard,K.Der. Row 2: A.Cervantes.C.Ho. Members of the Spanish Club discuss upcoming events. They often plan holidays and practice their Spanish. M MHnW,,,,...,0f- Japanese Club:Row 1:E.Chan,Mr.Abe.R0w 2: L.Chu,E.Yan,Y.Cheng,B.Fong,C. Taura,C.Eng,A.Sat,A.Olivier,J. Kobuchi. One of many activities the Spanish Club does is the celebration ofDay of the Dead in November. They made these shrines to honor the dead. Languages

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Sophomore Andrew Hontales works on a computer program in the French Club, The French Club uses computers to practice and play in French. MW '53 Q 12455 ! ...mm MMT a What? The Spanish, French and Japanese Clubs are exciting ways for students to experience another culture and language. This year, Ms. Melara, Ms.Bernard, and Mr. Abe moderate these clubs. The Spanish Club plans the Day ofthe Dead and Cinco de Mayo celebrations. They celebrate at break and lunch with food, music, and dancing. During their meetings on Tuesday mornings, they discuss Latin affairs and what events they plan to celebrate. The French Club enjoys eating French food as well as discussing French politics and practicing their French. Recently, they have started working with computer programs to enhance their language skills. The Japanese Club also meets Tuesday during activ- ity period.They enjoy watch- ing anime, Japanese cartoons, and sumo Wrestling. They also make oregami cranes and flowers. The club talks about the culture and discusses events in Japan. They also plan field trips to Japan Town and other Japanese influenced places in San Francisco. The language clubs are not only a great way to meet new people, but they are a great way to expand horizons, learn about another culture, and help with language skills. Students can also enjoy the food and fun. Organizations Spanish Club: Row 1: Mr.Wallace, A.Perez. Row 2: S. Flores R. Emmetts, V.Osegueda, C.Staben, A.Maciel, A.Reyes Ms. Melera. Row 3: A.Romero, C. Caput0,C. Ramirez, S. Pate mapping. v S ' f . .QU 1 Q 5' I fi,.s..5fN" .,. jfs. . l 'C s 'J .'Q'!, axngfl -A. -.,g,ga ff 1 N 5 A W 7' fs? 5? 1. 259: g,,dd4 ll ' ,Q Q . fx .""'f1'f



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Broadband Today in the world of the Internet, students are moving faster than ever. They expect information as fast as they move. Students carry cell phones, pagers, and hand held personal digital assistants. When information is presented to the students, they pass it on to the next person. Information moves at an incredible rate from student to student. Students gain knowledge from every known source. The Internet has made life easier. The radio provides yet another way to transmit information. The radio proves to be an invaluable means of information transfer. NetWorld and Broadcast are the mediums of information transfer at SHCP. NetWorld updates SI-ICP's homepage on the Internet. The homepage is the window into SHCP's world. It contains information about clubs and school events. Broadcast Club provides the student body with announcements in the morning. The members vocalize the announcements in a lively manner with sensational music. With the help of NetWorld and the Broadcast Club, students at SHCP are always a step ahead of the information game. Looking on, Junior John Padua and Mr. Jordan take time to relax. Presentingthe announcements is the hardest part of their job. Organizations Z, W Hg W . A it 4 ,, 42 M f giyfjjf., Sophomore William Diefenbach and Junior Brenda Chang do the announcements, The Broadcast Club has a lot of fun announcing school news every morning.

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