St Louis Country Day School - Codasco Yearbook (St Louis, MO)

 - Class of 1987

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l SNACK ATTACK "Where was everybody?" During a free period, where could a student go if he had finished all of his homework and had nothing to do? Where could he go if he needed something to snack on? What about the Com- mons Room or the book- store? No, they were too bor- ing. What could a student do if he was hungry, but lunch wasn't so appealing? Well, this year, a new snack bar was instituted by the ad- ministration as a get-away where students could relax, snack on some candy, or "down a soda." "lt's better than the book- store," said sophomore Wolfe Grande, "because there's a better selection to CLEANING LIP 00,9 AC T , choose from than in the bookstore last year." This feeling was shared by many students. As Sproule Love explained, "I think it's a great place to go because there is no monitor or teach- er always looking over you." Everyone was excited about the new addition of the snack bar, and why shouldnlt they have been? It's just what underclassmen neededg food to cure some of the hun- gries. One could truly say that the snack bar was a success, and was well received by the en- tire student body. It was the place to look when a student asked the question, "Where is everybody?" by Eric Reichardt Those of us who were a part of CDS before 1983 remem- ber, for one thing, lunch. Lunch was served "family- style," with students seated by advisory group. Two stu- dents from each advisory group were assigned as "waiter." They would get the food from the kitchen, serve it at the table, and clean up the table afterwards, con- cluding their job with the loud cry of "Head Waiter!" A change Dr. Johnson made early as headmaster was that of switching the dining hall to cafeteria-style, in which the students were free to sit wherever they wished and to get their own food. This in- creased the freedom at lunch, but also created the need for someone to clean up after the students. So the administration cre- l2fSnack Bar ated the "dining hall assis- tants." Students in the mid- dle and upper schools, be- sides seniors, were chosen to devote a free period each day of the week for six weeks to clean up after the students. The obvious drawback was that it meant the removal of five free periods a week. Ex- cuses from duty were rare and subject to the mood of the faculty member in charge. The only advantage was the honor of moving to the front of the line at lunch. Of course, not all students were opposed to this system. As sophomore Hidi Yama- moto said, "I think the stu- dents should be proud of the responsibilty the school has given them." Hidi, inciden- tally, never was an assistant. by Bob Mahoney I Ggog P369 Yu, LMP x , ' " .1 l

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