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77-78 IS ..
1977-78 will be remembered as the year that was. It
was the year the football team took the league cham-
pionship and competed in the state playoffs. Soccer had
its best season ever. The drama productions came off with
tremendous success, and girls' sports surged, involving a
record number of participants. The band often marched
home victorious from competition, and gymnastics
brought an added vitality to the school.
Special clubs such as FBLA, Spirit Club, and FHA gave
students a chance to express their unique talents. Out of
twelve wrestlers at district, six qualified for State. Boys'
swimming enjoyed an eventful season, while the girls
used the year to build their team. Basketball had a grow-
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DED IGAT I0 '
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TWENTY YEARS LATER
If you looked in the 1958 Rampages, you would see
five familiar faces which also appear on the faculty
pages in the 1978 annual. They are: Mr. Martin, Mr.
Wollenweber, Mr. Facchinello, Mr. Parker, and Mr.
Webb. The Rampages would like to dedicate the 1978
yearbook to these people.
For twenty years these teachers have been an integral
part of Sheridan High School. The years have wrought
changes in the people as they have in the school, but
they have remained "firm and faithful, loyal to Sheri-
Jim Martin started at Sheridan when the school
opened in 1952. He taught P.E. and was the football
coach. He wandered away for a few years, to Ranum
High School and the Colorado Division of Youth Ser-
vices but came back as principal in 1971.
Art Wollenweber also taught P.E. and coached, only
his sport was baseball. He came to Sheridan High in
1956 and has been here ever since, being assistant
principal for 7 years.
Bob Webb is director of vocational education for the
school district. When he first came to Sheridan in 1957
he coached and taught drafting.
Pete Facchinello teaches social studies classes and
coaches wrestling. He came to Sheridan in 1955.
They came from different places and backgrounds,
these people. But they all elected to spend their edu-
cational careers at S.H.S.
One name has been left till last. Mr. Parker is retir-
ing this year, and the Rampages staff wants to give
him a special dedication in the yearbook as a farewell.
Mr. Parker has been at Sheridan since the beginning.
He came in September of 1952. Before that he taught
science and math at Fort Lupton and was principal at
Joes, Colorado. Mr. Parker grew up in North Carolina,
where he received his B.S. at Western Carolina
Teachers' College. His Master of Education is from
C.U. Mr. Parker has been teaching biology at Sheridan
High School for twenty-five years - a quarter of a
century. It is hard to imagine the science department
or the school without him. Goodbye and good luck, Al-
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THE YEAR IN PICTURES
The Area Vocational School and new courses expanded the students' scope of opportunities, while assemblies pro
vided learning experiences through entertainment. The 15-minute Sustained Silent Reading program involved all
students daily in a novel educational experience.
It was the year the Rams learned to accept defeat along with the bliss of victory. It was a year some of us strug-
' through, while others thoroughly enjoyed themselves. There is one factor, however, that all of us have in com
l. We all share memories of '77-'78 in the pictures on the following pages. Read on and remember.
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