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Page 209 text:
Alarm Begins New Year
"R-r-ring" the alarm clock goes off
at six Monday morning Aug. 27, the
first day of school for Sam students.
For some poor kids the alarm rang earlier
because of "0" hour.
As they stumbled out of bed groggy
and sleepy-eyed, many were starting to
realize the importance of the day. As
school began it brought them closer to
graduation and freedom.
When the 8:15 bell rang most kids
felt a rising excitement. "What will this
be like?, What am I doing here?" and
"What's for lunch?" were some of the
questions that went through most of
the kids' minds. While some of the
students felt summer was too short,
most of the students, who were here last
year, looked forward to getting back
with old friends and meeting new ones.
To the new students it was pretty ter-
rifying. They couldn't get from one hall
to another without getting turned
Moving up a class was another step
forward for most students. "I feel more
in charge of what I do," commented
As the year progressed, the students
were slowly getting used to the halls
and the tardy system. But as the clock
slowly ticked toward 3:25, the students
were stirring restlessly in their seats
while waiting for the bell.
When the long awaited bell finally
rang, the halls were filled with hundreds
of screaming, laughing and talking kids
trying to escape to temporary freedom.
For everyone the day hadn't been a
total success. "My first day was so
great, I couldn't stand another day,"
julie Gauvey sarcastically remarked.
Mai Lan Tibbs
fight their way anxiously through the halls to try to find their new classes on the
day of school. They are excited about the new year and meeting new friends.
t Chris Soos
Mark St. Clair
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Daniel Van Meter
Teena Van Schuyver
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