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"Praise the Lord," says Mrs. Schiavo "Yeah, thats it," exclaims senior Cindy Flocken.
rally club advisor.
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Laughing, jumping, red and white
bodies screaming in the bleachers. Yes,
that's what a rally is all about.
i Yeah, yeah we got the Baler spirit.
Without spirit what would a rally be?
When asking students around campus
what they thought about rallies,
sophomore Kelly Branco stated, "l
think rallies are fun." Senior Jo Anne
Tambo stated, "Yeah, I enjoy rallies,
but I think they could be more exciting
so people could be more spirited."
i Rally club members tried their best to
make rallies more of n success this
year. Rally club president, Jennine
Dureau said, "The rally club is
working really hard to make rallies
more exciting and involve the students
more. All we need now is total
participation from the crowd to make
rallies a great success."
' Without participation from the crowd
rallies wouldn't be what they are - thati
,is fun, enthusiasm and spirit.
Although a majority of students
showed their Baler spirit, there was
always those who were a little less
enthused than others. Sophomore
Tiffany Silva stated, "I really enjoy
participating in rallies, but it is kind of
embarrassing when not everyone is
cheering and there is only a few people
When asking senior Jennifer
Thorning if she thought we should
have more at school, she stated, "Yes,
because it gets students spirited and
makes school a less boring place to be."
If this year's rallies were any
indication S.B.H.S. will be anything
- Christine Silva
IO Student Life
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When class is over, it's time for the
campus life. Brunch, lunch, or after
school- this is known as "campus 1ife."
During this period most students
spent time with their friends. Some
students did their homework in the
library, while some students ate in the
If you were hungry and didn't want
to go to the cafeteria, there was always
the snack bar or the catering truck you
could count on.
Senior Matt Mattos said, "Whatever
you do don't eat the burritos."
Some seniors spent their time trashing
freshmen. While some freshmen spent
ftheir time hiding.
Most people used this time to talk to
their friends about what was going on
in their off-campus life. Whether this
included relationships, other friends,
family life, or anything else, everybody
had something to talk about.
There was a lot of controversy
involving the double lunch. Some
people were upset because it broke up
friends, while others liked it because
the lunch lines were shorter.
Senior Connie Gibson said,
Double lunch would bother me if my
friends weren't there, but they are so it
doesn't bother me too much."
Senior George Ford said, "I like
having double lunch, because I have
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Other than double lunch, there
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ife, because at the sound of the bell it
as time for class again.
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