Steinbeck Middle School - Yearbook (San Jose, CA)

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CARRUTI-I, Principal: As an administrator at Steinbeck, I believe that the purpose of education is to provide the skills, knowledge, attitudes, and values which will lead to productive lives and constructive citizenship. As a teacher at Steinbeck, I feel that my responsibility to the student is to provide a personalized atmosphere which will stimulate each to deve- lop his or her abilities to their maximum potential. D. TURNBULL, Vice-Principal: As an administrator at Steinbeck I believe the school experience should be challenging and exciting --an adventure which builds a personal motivation and committment to improve oneself and prepare for the future. I feel that my respon sibility to the student is to be fair, firm, and consistent. E. LEAL, Vice-Principal: As an administrator at Steinbeck, I be lieve we have an outstanding school which includes staff and students We have many potential leaders and many students with ability to achieve and succeed. 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Sallee, B. Schmitt, G. Schaefer, S.,.L Saling , G. Santos, M. Srnith, S. Snyders, J. Saleh, S. Schepper, GW Scherr , DWVWA 45 Stewart, R. Soliz, D. Scott, K. M Saso, M. Skull, M. , Y" L Torres, L. ,, A. Torrente, S. Teeples, T.mvh5 Jw Tucker, M. Thomas, ' ' Thomas, Thorpe, M ' , ., Towne r , J . Tucker, c. c , af . X? 9 in-4. nm.-...A Troll, D. Thompson, V. 'R Thompson, L. W- Thomas, D. Lf 'r, Thompson, L. MT 3 FB xt, Taylor, M. 1 .L Tidwell, P. X : Teeples, Twvffv , e Tucker, M. L5 f Thur , c. R ' , Y 'Hoyt v Taormina, V. " ' Tuman, M. J Thornatos, J. Takayama, J. Underwood, S,UAAAx Uyeda J 5 -.f iffx .JW .4 f,. . g- 41,4 Q ,:, ,I ill Unser R "' Vickers R X? Vaughn, M w 11,3 r s b? Q JJ 123, U, is J sm, . if 3.15 3, " In-. ,g -1 H -Q .. +V " , ' ,.-.,f.r 5 xi 'zz U xi' J 53' .3- Y Q , L pci u' U . pk ' Q 1 4 ' .ni O VSA- 4 i fog 'T , M 1? ..-Q-. ' ' I -, .1 gi 9 T, .'lf.g J f 'Q xi' 53- ax . 3 . My y, 1 Q Vasquez, M. ,fx I ' - Q. Kxxihllxk A KW' . Williams, R. , , ,.g,, X 333 I 46 A' nf Q QQ 11Qp?f?f mu . i , 1: '- ' . . ,. M., 4 ig f iz Rip! Ai, ffm? , .NW.,MM 5: I' - xg.. ' ,Q , . 'fig- ln 1 Q at 5? +. in H' - '11f,f,-:vii x f. ' uf' vi, if , ' '2 , ...P i' 33 an 4 ,Qt Q 3 , f . :1'3,?f? COUNSELOR vig., t- if 0 .Jr ff L . ' wet Wi ' D. GEISTERg As a counselor at Steinbeck, I believe that the largest majority of students at Steinbeck are really interested in getting a good education and support the school. I really enjoy working with the students and find most of them to be great. S, BORG: It is my responsibilty as a counselor to recognize that students are the most important persons in the school and to encourage them, through understanding acceptance, to view altematives which will enable them to develop fully their personal interest, talents, and abilities in a positive direction. L. LAIRD: As a counselor at Steinbeck, I believe that each student is unique and that at this time in life it is my hope that he or she develop meaningful self and external aware- ness, 1 slf .Af - fist ta. tx ., ' :I X A 1. ,,f L,, l L,- HI - -' . s 'ww ::.. .t.., . ,ttf Q , -up I- f noir, 4 V Q . .tv t 1 V' . ,Q Q fri- x wlgiziel .c ' ,. is in . 1 is 'wfi'.,Qm,,.:c - Mtn + 'Q at , ef Qi? 1? , Qftx 2 g Q2 ' is f - LDBHLI .tfitigi Mffx' K 312 A sf' Fmt ,Q 2. tg A . 5 it Q , STUDENT GOVERNMENT FALL SEMESTER A.S.B. COUNCIL - TOP: T. Cole, B. Whitby, D. DeBermedetto, G. Mendoza, D. Tippett, G. Romero, Director. BOTTOM: V. Zappacosta, C. Saindon R. Lee, W. Thomson, W. Gudalewicz, T. Nunziati. Q., , , fy SPRING SEMESTER A.S.B. COUNCIL - TOP: D. Tippett, S. Jarboe, S. Halley, E. Elmore, C. Benson, G. Romero, Director. BOTTOM: R. Nelson, J. Nelson, W. Thomson, R. Lee, T. Silva, D. San Jose. NINTH GRADE SPRING STUDENT COUNCIL - TOP: B. Liehr, Advisor, N. Durxkle, A. Peoples, .TQ.!Ne1son, C.'May, J. Zeber, C. Benson, B. Reid, V."Zappacosta. MIDDLE:A?'i,Firli1Q, M. Slxeehan, M. Spencer, J. Pflaum, D. Gallegos, T. Antler, B. ' Cho. BOTTOM: B: Whitby, R. Nelson, J. Clarke, M. Sarkozy, J. Brazil, R. Murray. NINTHCRADE STUDENT COUNCIL SPRING OFFICERS - RMNZISOI1, President: Whitby, Vice-President: A. Firlit, Secretary: J , Treasurer. -.QA F Mei -ILL Ll, ! QI' Ngrlxgig GRADE STUDENT COUNCIL FALL OFFICERS - V. Zappacosta, President, Nmkle, Vice-President: R. Nelson, Secretary: C. enson, Treasurer. ' Y 1 iflhnx ,wg ,cw ,f5f'f, AWP W NINTH GRADE FALL STUDENT COUNCIL - TOPLI A tler K. Neff, A.4F1r11t, Mi Sheehan, G. Marrr , Y. Grave., J. Rleggolds, IVTSLO ez, L"f'ABaxter. BOTTOM: Nfhgankle, BQ Herrick, Cxfvgenson, MiNq7irgi1Io, Vfmzxfappacosta, T. oza, B.'xTf'eed, P. ampbell C. aindon, RZQ"N'2ison, Ayvgcgples. 50 BQQQE ww cz M r 51? 6 9 SEVENTH GRADE COUNCIL - FALL AND SPRING: BACK: B. Robertson, C. Royer, S. W1-eyford, K. Hanson, M, Kassen S, Schaefer, T. Silva, C. Gunn, R, Bretz, J. Holland, Mrs. Oeland, Advisor, MIDDLE: A. Rush, T. Nunziati, I. Salemx T. LaTorre, L. DeVincenzi, G. Rubi, L, Lundstedt, R. Flores, A. Cabaccang, S. Garcia. FRONT: S. D'Agostino, P. Puga, W. Gudalewicz, M. Housman, D. Mayo, D. San Jose, K. Tucker, T. Murray, T. Adona. K. Mendosa, 43. , ,.. N,tx,,,z K SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS - FALL AND SPRING - S, Schaefer, TF Nunziati, WT Gucfalewicz, L, DeVincenzi, T. Sllgla NPNLJ Dygaan Jose. .qwqff - ,,, .f 5 gi if Q , 1. K Xie 1 8 'ff g rx-Y ' 'hum .1 "" sr L , Q3 ,:::,'5y5.f2 F5-Qg::fc?f: . 1 , .. ,J .sf- W .wg I,.. ., .irgffl ir 51.5, QM 5 . 5391? 1 wig: f JW 152 5 1 'VQQQSQ :. f::.1f.f5 42: W' 723'-Q w M 'S-'55 W' Q, '41 3, ,aww 3 -1 , ...gfff jg: f""5SfWz ' " fn 2 Q"f1,LEig xggggm, aff. Lv ,J 'f,.:11.if!5z:5". f "n1J,. ... :gli vs ..:jf,. ,-A . fig?-13 ffm '- X W i? '. if 12:21 5 fi' .. 31 1-,fbi N f Q-wwf fam fg ART IP v S WISE: As a teacher at srembeck I beheve that the purpose of educatlon IS to gxve k1c1s sk111s to survlve and prevail in a SOCISEY whlch IS becomlng mcreasmgly frustratmg and complex -,J .-al" W 3 N txt: nj' 5. 2 in ss:z""' 5 3 Eg 13:13 2. .Q D. MORAN: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I feel that my responsibility to the student is to give the best of my talents and example that I can. That I should continuously search to find out where the student is and start at that level to help him realize his own potential and take re- M' WRIGHT AS 3 teacher at Steinbeck, I feel that mY sponsibility for his actions, responsibility to the student is to show them the myriad X .L possibilities that life allows us, and to encourage them to strive for the ultimate. 'wi ii uma -- K Y , ' Q 55 BUSINESS wi Sgr, we Tx I, IAUCH: As a teacher of business at Steinbeck, I fully endorse the concept of a competency based course of in- struction with minimum standards for student achievement and the opportunity for continuous progress. P. PARNELL: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe that the purpose of education is to improve one 's quality of life by developing individual potential in both the academic and personal realms of one 's life. ns 56 E GLISH A D SOCIAL STUDIES . t . . BILL I-IARLAN: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe that the purpose of education is on-going. School is only a place - A a place where we receive the tools to help us to learn and to think. No one has the right to expect schools and teachers to supply and transfer all knowledge. If students master the tools of learning, all life becomes an exciting, stimulating ex- perience. K. PHILP: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I feel that my re- sponsibility to the student is to help him achieve his potential. . X, f . . ,., I 1 .fs QQ. G. CURRY: As a teacher at Steinbeck, l believe that the purpose of education is to make individuals know and like themselves better, striving always for excellence. Education is also most helpful in the decision-making process, a process carried out by all individuals. L A N B. MILLER: As a teacher at Steinbeck, l believe my business is literacy, not entertainment. A nation's strength is determined by the literacy level of its people. That was the original purpose of public education, and that purpose remains valid today. i 57 gggsii' G. MARTIN: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I feel that my R. GRAUN: As a teacher at Steinbeck' I feel it is my re, responsibility to the student is to beat him or her about Sponsibimy to maintain my Sense of humor- the head and shoulders with knowledge. XR Q5 Haxfevy CUM ', S.. arg , I J- ew 3 1 eff-:Aff-vi?-' ii " T, OKANO: As a teacher at Steinbeck, . .I believe we should J. THOMPSON: As a teacher at srembeck, 1 believe than the all my mme" process of education is to teach folks to read, write and cypher :'J,f-V Ql L, I. REED: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I feel that my responsibility to the student is to provide the tools for students to use to educate themselves. I. BENNETT: I like my students!! !! ! - , . " iza- it df -ea, Wmr 5 L. COCKSHAW: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe we have established an excellent educational program for the student. G. ROMERO: Our appreciation for contributing the Iohn Steinbeck quotation which became our opeing page. M ,on auf C. RUGGLES: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I feel that my respon- sibility to the student is to try to motive that student to work hard enough to recognize his or her inherent potential for achievement. I also feel a responsibility to advise students who need help and to especially be a good listener to all kids. Teaching and learning should be enjoyable. I try to make it so. 59 '-cc.,-f I. ATKINS: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe in all elective classes - minicourses. ,-Lu- C. LEACH: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe that the purpose of education is to open a whole series of possible alternatives so that each individual who comes within our sphere of influence becomes aware of educational pursuits which will enhance his or her life style and con- tribute to future success and happiness. C. OELAND: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe that the purpose of education is to give students, and teachers too, a chance to develop skills and purpose to live in a fast changing world. A '-A-M ' D. KANTER: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I feel that my responsibility to the student is to provide the proper clas room environment that is conducive to learning. S B, LIEI-IR: As a Social Studies teacher at Steinbeck Jr, High, I feel that my responsibility to the student is to share my enthusiasm with them: I want them to respond. To appreciate human motives. Yes. I be- lieve that a concept can be given to a student so that they can mold it, shape it, and with right discipline be guided through Social Studies and beyond. SZ 3 X Q r. 5' ps ll 32 ai i I , -HR, B. LANZONE: As a teacher at Steinbeck, l feel that my responsibility to the student is to motivate the student to learn as much as he can, and to help him see the importance of that knowledge in his daily life. - Nxt Xt 5' 2 '5 are-7 Q. D. COLE: As a teacher at Steinbec to the student is to try to understand get him to "move ahead." is entitles to the best education we great group of students to work with ft"- L, WILSON: As a teacher at Steinbeck I believe that each student can give and that we have a FOREIG LA GUAGE B. TORRES: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe that the purpose of education is guiding the student so that he may learn to organize his thinking in terms of a vocation, to be a better citizen, to learn to use his leisure time more effec- tively, and to become a worthy member of his family. I feel that my respon- sibility to the student is guiding him to attain self-realization and to be a happier human being. www! is 'V . ....-,N . fs .v , f I 1 P t T' if , ,Mi f i f - X Q. "'1" 1 fi' Mas, W F . L -1 W! ...na fa-Iii ww- . ,gg , all BHUIIIJIBI' Mk!!-I4 V. SCHAG: Language Teacher A Pez, iz.. .-.. ,,' 62 F1 ' 1 ye I if I P. NAKASHIMA: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I feel that my responsibility to the student is to encourage and instill in the student a sense of responsibility for learning which will guide him or her in whatever future endeavors he or she may find himself or herself. -e-Qu. A r, 1 i, RM 'M wwf , .amid- m"""Nv -U... 1-xy Ya ...Q I X P 4. an ,qsww Us 'e l .. 'K 8 2 K YQ E15 ex, I N? N 1 :YD M59 2 ,gx,..w,,.f gm .X la I' fuk. z w SNES? ABM..-ak iv 'f' HOME ECONOMICS B. ROBERTS: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe that the purpose of education is to motivate students and help them achieve as many successful and satisfying experiences as possible so that they will want to learn things on their own. 4.1 M YQ . .,1.'i':-cw ' zz.. .V - -Q.. 1.. , Baum, 1 4,0 ...U ,,. than .,..2s,.-, - 1 1'li.iS'vi3xEil3lS?i:k9i - Sis.-f 'z .,,.,. M. HANSEN: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I feel that my responsibility to the student is to help them to understand the problems and possibilities of running a home and or home-related job opportunities, i.e. food services, in- terior decoration, needlework, etc. w., , 1 Ye 4-f U E .i,, 64 --.., 'W 1 M.. 3 VTX M 5"A'.':wQf'ff" 9 V23 9 is 5 1 f WK M1 A 'O -'nr aw. LUN :nv '---SR D L....5 ! Y . H+. 0. ...X CW' Z' Q viii M .ii Q gms M ' sm, SA 'mum ig, 3 'K Ai s 3. f',4"k asgxsgg 'Pilk J. BUCHSER: Clothing Teacher I DUSTRIAL ARTS ,ww 5 A If -" O, 1 K J ' - "1 2: I im, in V "Vai: X. I A 53311.29 ,. s M R. GONZALES: As a teacher, I believe that all living creatures have a right to exist, and it is our responsibility as the most intelligent of these creatures to maintain our earth as we would a spaceship. . . If we do this, we surely will journey to the stars. ll J T --., -Kam -n...,,,. 66 F V342 is X1 al 67 lv N'-fm-. M. AZZPPARDI: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe that the purpose of education is to give each student the opportunity to learn as many different relevant things as possible. R. SNIDER: Woods and Drafting Teacher 68 wry . gy. if .P al 'S 1 'P' pf' s D, PAXTON: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe that the purpose of education is to participate in students' education so they can help themselves get ready for life. V -'-.-.inf if , L . -,., f N xv. ,fx v Fix t . wi a ,s w f m K- f. , L9 1 - ..s 1 rar! , - i ?H'i's F. FIRESTONE: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe that the purpose of education is to prepare the student to "make it" in life. .MA R , i ' .1 -'----.....,. in... .44 LIBRARY AND MEDIA D. COOK: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe our students enjoy one of the finest junior high media centers in the state, What we lack in quantity is more than made up by the quality of our ma- W, HARMON terials and the eagerness of the Library Aides to help you find ex- actly what you need. ,,,s as 1521 xr S. ELDRIDGE O WILSON '70 X ...af mym- 4. .Q ,A a-:sem :.,. .. X I fi? ,.M...M.,,,..,..,.- Qgmlnaalllpfgv .J '71 MATHEMATICS AgqQnu+" me 'E i G. MIYANAGA: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe there is good in I believe that the purpose of education is to develop this good, I A ,Dil 1351 Yi Mx-Joi G, BREI OHL: As teacher at Steinbeck, I feel that my responsibility to the student is to let them know what life is all about and to prepare them for it. Education is a life-time process and the students constantly need to re-examine their goals. I. CANAVERO: Mathematics Teacher. '72 everybody. I. MARSH: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe a sin- cere and realistic concern for each student's needs will help assure students that teachers are really involved in their lives and experiences. L. MCFADDEN: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe we have a group of super students. E. ARAMENDIA: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe in laughing through the good times and screaming through the bad. Education takes place in between. 's A Fl? B. SCHULTE: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I feel that my respon sibility to the student is to help each student realize his potential at this important part in his life. The junior high can be a Jump A b k b 1 ing off point for a students future. H CANNON s a teacher at Stem ec I e ieve every MUSIC S. GARNER: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe that the purpose of education is to help each student develop an attitude of self- worth by discovering and developing her or his interest and abili- ties and to guide students in the learning of skills needed for career and leisure time fulfillment. ,lb frm if 'Sf' N 'Q V -ac 5, 0 'H' ,?el.uK . 'XL LNNIQX I , K ,S 'Q T, NIGRO: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I feel that my responsibility to the student is to give the student every opportunity fo attain a well-rounded and guided musical experience using all the tools available to me as a music educator. "I believe in music, " as well as in people. www., CQ OJ' V ff, f e 'J ,.,ig.,g iw M H H., Y V J, x i 3' My '75 2 SCIENCE ,. , 1 76 ll.. ffl z . D. BRUNTON: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe that this is M. MOULTHROP: As a school nurse at Steinbeck, I feel that my responsibility to the student is to provide nursing services and health education. the most challenging and stimulating experience I have had. ' Q M. TSURUDA: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe in Stanford, physica, chemistry, Monty Python, and Buckmeister Fuller. I feel that my responsibility to the student is to provide mental exercises that will prepare people for the future. 77 PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS SEVENTH Kr EIGHTH GRADE GIRLS' BASKETBALL - FRONT CL to RJ: T. Awtrey, S. Joseph, Coaches. BACK: L. Burns, S, Avila, K. Williams, I, Ensminger. NOT PICTURED: K. Rushing. T. AWTREY: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe that the purpose of education is to help each person fulfill his or her potential to the highest level possible and to make the in- dividual want to continue learning throughout life. I feel that my responsibility to the student is to help each person to realize and accept his or her responsibilities to enable the person to make better decisions. S. IOSEPH: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe the student's welfare is very important and I believe that a lot of that learn- ing takes place outside of the classroom. I feel that my respon sibility to the student is not limited to classroom time, or sub- ject area. Learning should be an on-going process. All of us - students and teachers - should learn something new everyday, - f .ix ,,: p. , I A As. A l - f . - per aff' ".. f52!i"",3 . Q. :pr .,Qf:,!5fi'Z ..sw,.r',fag 4 4-f'afw?fip.i4iQaagB 'f 1xfQi5"'i1Ig'1f5 cw t'a,sf,-affaqk-..,.l--Q.gQ:'.,,4:.4:4. n3In'355x'iQE.2aiaT'xi3!3ilr rs.-if" " W i "" " 'S iiii A A s '78 GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL TEAM - FRONT fL to RJ: M S SDCSI' , P , B. Gogue, S. Barton, T. Spencer. BACK: J. Clarke, M, Spencer, iw S. Joseph, Coach: G. Smith, B. Sanders. but L'-' .,. x 4!A3mtw,,, ,. A 5 W, , f 'NX Y' K "N xfgitwl Q ,Q fi ' ' ,Q 52 fi?" NINTH GRADE GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM - FRONT QL to Ry: L. Baxter, S. Barton, C. Bums. MIDDLE B. Hague, S, Folwarkow, C. Hoole. BACK: T, Autrey, Coach: G. Smith, B. Sanders, V. Zappacosta, S. Joseph, Coach. GIRLS' GYMNASTICS - FRONTU. to RJ: S. Stewart, F. Bessicks, D. Greer, C. Hall, M. Spencer, M. Shehan. MIDDLE: L. Baxter, R. Lopez, K, Kendall, S. Davis, M. K. Demmelmaier, M. Lopez, B. Whitby. BACK: L. Pritts, D, Wisdom, T. Nelson, D. Bliss, P. Lasker, S. Joseph. L. Nemik, T. Kountz, B. Berger, C. Mudgell Zeigler, S. Garcia, A. Williams, L. Rawlings, K. Swarthaut, L. Thomas, 1 4 ff, . 159382-'M lx... 'ix N f .-., . 'Aw -, 1'-'Viksk 2 X QR na 319- z s f. 31.14- xfuvffgai 'W 50 Q if Rf in 3? ' xf., rx M , 1 K aff , , xv' K Ki., 4 7 AU, . 1 . v :M -.-gg - A x A. Scoggins, S. Burns, T. Motoyoshi, R. Ho, J. Sando BOTTOM: D. Koumelis, B. Zappacosta, B. Cheney, R. Walker, R. Hartwig. ia NINTH GRADE FOOTBALL - TOP: D. Cassidy, I. SEVENTH 85 EIGHTH GRADE SOCCER - TOP: E. Moreno, val- NINTH GRADE SOCCER - TOP: I. Galiotto, B. Gordon, B. Bruzvoort, K, Lafferty, I. Zeber. MIDDLE: D. Maxwell, S. Pagan, B. Cho, D, Rayman, M, East. S. Powell. BOTTOM F. Rome, M. Every, D. Devine, T. Sosa, J. Brazil. R. Walker ' 5:9-'. . . . Hylton, D. Devine, S. Coker, BOTTOM: T. DiBartello, B. Cho, T. Sosa, I. Brazil, M. Walker. we. A.. - .Q Q.,,u-N 84 A. LEES: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I believe that every student should get involved in sorne kind of sports activity. D. FRANDSEN: He1lo?'? He11o'??! -snug, .4-aw. 15, 4.5. , I i , ,,f 'Na 3 uf-g,,.. , ...qu X w w , , . 9 5. -we Fw , , . r+gfQ ai. . -f A f J' ... ' 'g 1 ,, , xx . Q, ' - ' H 1' Q A-fl - yn. ' 2- f A - r QM :f wwf-X -..W- . xi" .a-xvix' ' f awww- A .wg-:af2 'fr- N , . W3 ska rr AJ. . ,. 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WALKER: I think that all students should be involved in at least one after-school activity that involves representing their school, so that they can do something for their school. in 1692 :K tw. , M if BOYS' BASKETBALL - TOP: B, Brook, B. Daky, P. Campbell, S. Walker, I. Pappas, D. Cassidy, C, Garcia BOTTOM R. Goodrich, T. Cole, B. Heath, I. Hilton, P. DiBartolo, M. Souza. 9 v 'ww' Q it .955 - 5 .GS 3 Q' . i 2 W 'Xi , I - "T, K , r :ii :tx ' 'Ai M, XXX! ' 111, es 6' 21 f i ,bl 2 ' 'f is Qc . I axxt 1 ,f A. SHEHEE: As a teacher at Steinbeck, I feel that my responsibility to the student is to give them a positive adult model. 473 love, reervn? ff sq Y , ....,vf4'.v....-W-My X.. X 88 if 34 -' iz?sB " GLIE. dw 'EY wich I::z:a:.:.: e' X : ,e . 4- x ., . . , .. - ggg ggfizws 13 ' ', Y -'WL f - A ' f ' 51' ur 'Q 12,20 -' ' 'f 'Z .. -Y "fJ"" Z ,A ' " A " ' ii, ax' ,Ja nag! J ,June ak J YA, Q t vi -' "rim '-W3 Z5 'fi' . 2 4 it ' ' - V 2, - ... ., v ., A . 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