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Page 17 text:
Students found many school. Most students did
ways to come by money not mind working, be-
, . this year. Some did odd cause they knew it would
vs jobs at home while others pay off sooner or later.
held part-time jobs after
W' AS Y GO
A Able Soto contemplates on how he is A Matt McCruer works
going tospend his "mad money." hard at yardwork for his
4 Many Sunset Students spent their hard
earned money on Homecoming.
STUDENT LIFE 11
Page 16 text:
ONEY FOR NDTHING
ardly anyone had
ways to spend
money. Buying clothes,
going to concerts or eating
alot of fast foods were the
most popular ways to
deplete your income. Like
they say, a fool and his
money are soon parted.
10 STUDENT LIFE
A Cristina Barr makes her money A David Haake works hard on A Barbara Minyard d
at ABC daycare, putting up with computersatFundsnet. housework for her allowanc
sweet Children as these.
Page 18 text:
IRST THINGS FIRS1
THE FIR T SIX WEEK!
o one ever forgets that in-
timidating feeling of walk-
ing into a new school for
the first time and seeing all those
strange people standing around
who seem to be staring at you.
After what seems like an eternity,
the bell mercifully rings for school
to begin. As you walk down what
seems like an excessively long
hallway, you encounter a wide
range of characters, some quite
respectable, other rather
After asking six different people
where your advisory is and getting
six different answers, you finally
manage to stumble across it. You
enter the room and find several
other students already seated and
complaining about the UNO pass,
No play" rule and having to get
grade sheets signed. Wanting to
look cool, you glide over to an
empty desk and throw down your
Peanuts folder like you are the
baddest dude to ever hit this place.
joe, a three time freshman, sits
down beside you and starts in-
forming you of all the wonderful
benefits you have to look forward
to as a freshman. He talks about
carrying trays and doing some kind
of clapping then asks if you want to
buy tickets for the elevator. Not
knowing any better, you get ready
to scrounge for some money when
your advisory teacher walks in and
starts passing out tons of forms and
cards and begins informing you of
new policies and grading scalef
The rest of the day proct
rather uneventfully and the
bell finally sounds. You bolt oi
your advisory, which you l
returned to several times dt
the day, and make a mad dasl
the exit. Mommy, of course
there to pick you up in the fa
station wagon. At this point, i
seems rather intimidating, bu'
time, you will get used to it all
even be able to laugh at all the
secure, intimidated freshmen c
ing in next year. Of course,
were never like that.
Mr. Campbell surveys the scene as enrc
freshmen find their homeroom assignn
while others stream past. Y
12 STUDENT LIFE
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