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As the buses rounded Ihe corner every morn- ing, we always see the familiar Stonybrcok sign, (PHOTO BY H.C. BROWN) Cuddling her Teddy at the 7th grade Hallow- een parly, which was sponsored by Honor Soci- ety, is Jessica Espiritu. ir III II I ONYBROOK OK HIGH SCHOOL These petroglyphs, a fish and a boat, were carved b the Makah tribe of Indians before the 1800 ' s. It is located at Wedding Rock in Cape Alava, Washington. (PHOTO BY RICK BROWN) During IVIr. Mark Francis " 4th period biology class, freshman Kami Weaver dissects an earthworm. Opening 3
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Kaupke: " We ' ll make it work! ' ' It was just another first day What would you think about a school who just gained 300 new stu- dents, 46 new teachers, a football team that won the Tri-W Conference, a freshman wrestling team that sent five to the finals producing one coun- ty champ, and newspaper and year- book staffs thai took top awards at Ball State? Well, that ' s what we did! From the first day of school on August 19, 1981, into the winter months when ssnow caused school cancellations, and Introducing " Doc, " the black ape who ap- peared on the " Tonight Show, " is Larry Batl- son at a fall convocation. Showing his sportsmanship after winning the Marion County Wrestling Tournament is Da- vid Smith. 2 Op..,i.n=i then into spring, we produced a school spirit that carried us through the year. After 13 years of discussion, deseg- regation was moved from the court- room to the classroom by Judge S. Hugh Dillin. Although many felt the media blew things out of proportion, busing didn ' t affect us at all. As Su- perintendent Donn V. Kaupke put it, " We can make it work together. " And that ' s exactly what we did! Funded by the Lilly Foundation, students attended summer leadership camps at Bradford Woods to foster new friendships. In addition, school personnel attended summer desegre- gation workshops as well as in-service human relations and multi-cultural sessions. On that first day of school as vice- principal Mr. Leon Patterson signed off with evening announcements, we knew we had crossed the first big line as ONE.
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SintiDiENT ILiiriE 4 Student Life
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