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Classrooms dress up for All-school Fair visitors
FROM THE FIRST DAY of March to the last, our
calendar bulges with excitement-projects .. . carnivals
. . . trips . . . elections . . . banquets . . . and even snow.
The campus umps with campaigning and tryouts-for
Student Council officers and cheerleaders. Announce-
ment of winners highlights the All-School Barn Dance.
Classrooms dress up in their "Sunday best" for par-
ents' visitation-showing off class projects that students
created for the All-school Fair. School buses and cars
loaded with noisy Tigers journey around Texas-to dis-
trict Interscholastic competition and to the Future Teach-
ers' State Convention.
The c'March,' of activities passes by quickly, letting
April step in.
5 All-school Fair
6 AY Carnival
ll All-school Social
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CINDERELLAS-Lee Giles puts last touches on her draw-
ing and Mrs. Terry sweeps up in readiness for All-School
Fair visitors to the Junior English exhibit.
CHOICE, NOT CHANCE-Diane Friedman chooses
to go with Ronnie Deaver to see the mobile Army
Exhibit behind the main building during noon hour.”