Tse Ho Tso Middle School - Best of Times Yearbook (Fort Defiance, AZ)
- Class of 1982
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Text from Pages 1 - 86 of the 1982 volume:
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Tse Ho Tso Middle School
Fort Defiance Arizona 86504
EIGHTH GRADE PAGE
SEVENTH GRADE PAGE
SIXTH GRADE PAGE
Our memories of yesterday will last a lifetime
We'1l take the best, forget the rest
And someday we'll find
'I'hese are the best of times ..."
" The Best of Times
recorded by Styx, 1981
written by Dennis DeYoung
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Caroline Begay get her project done.
Waiting for an assignment to be called out are Doreen
Watson and Cheryl Pioche.
Special education teacher, Ms. Burbank, helps Eldred Allsion and
Myron Plummer with their studies. Finished with her work, Regina Antonio
found time to talk with a friend in Mr.
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1. During lunch hour, Ioycetta Degroat enjoys the Thanks iving
dinner, 2. April Platero takes time out to read a book duringiiome
economics. 3. For a home economics project, Carmelita Leonard
works on a stuffed volleyball. 4. Charlene Lee makes a quick turn
going into class, 5. Viola Nave seems to be having a hard time
fitting everything into her locker. 6. Douglas Watchman tries to
find a seat in the crowded lunch room.
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1. The audience awaits patiently while Saylor
Breckenridge walks down to lend a hand to the magician
during the magic show. 2. Theresa Sells takes time to sit
and relax from helping decorate the mid school cafeteria
for the Sadie Hawkins dance. 3. Nina Begay introduces
herself to the magician lMr. john Todmanl while Ann
Marie Starrs looks on, 4. During science class, Thomas
Billiman and Clint Gleason take time out for a short rest.
5. Floyd Yazzie and Iames Winstead discuss their work
at the publications conference at Central Arizona College
in Coolidge, late in October. 6. Linda Dodson and
Melvina Yazzie work on their Christmas ornaments. 7.
Studying carefully in the drafting room is Anarita Ayze.
8. While in the drafting room, Delbert Shurley is reading
a part of the shop book. 9, Arvis Iohn enjoys eating lunch
in the high school cafeteria.
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1. Helping Mr. Droll with his
Halloween duty is Larry Davis,
eighth grade. 2. Helping the crew
of the Gurley Motors Balloon, on
left, is Leonard Bain, eighth
grade. 3. In home economics,
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Left Michael Ionse checks a book out from the library. Above, on Indian Day, Mr
Nave talks to the girls in the dress up contest.
Below, while sitting in class, Vanessa Lee plays with one of the most popular puzzles
in the school, the Rubik's Cube, Right, while Mary Wagner sings Greensleeves at the
Winter Arts Festival, she finds an unexpected visitor from the audience standing by her.
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Above while in art class Bernita Spencer finishes up
on a proiect Left magician Iohn Todman introduces
Saylor Breckenridge to the middle school audience.
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Left magician Iohn Todman introduces Laura Iohnson at the magic show
Above, the audience is startled as the magician scares them with a real duck
Below, chorus singers entertain the audience during the Winter Arts Festival,
as they sing Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head. Right, Charlene Keyonnie
and a friend talk while waiting for lunch.
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Lefn Laura Long and Iessie Bedonie don't waste any time waiting to eat during
lunch hour. Below while Ms. Nahm taught reading and advanced studies
classes to eat fried rice with chopsticks, Lisa Haswood spent some time looking
at a book.
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long morning of classes. Right Yvonne Kee shows her two friends what she can
do with frybread dough.
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Left, Rosetta Mescal eats with her friends at lunch. Below, Colaine Curtis
practices shading with tempera in art class.
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Opposite page, during Indian Week, Loren Chee and Dalton Lizer, on the left,
practice for their turn to rope the wooden cow. Richard Yazzie and Wayne
Iohnson watch Steed Yellowhair try his luck. Right, Rebecca Pahe and Cindy
lune take a pause to rest while the guitar players finish their part during the
Winter Arts Festival on December 9. Below, waiting to sing at the Winter Arts
Festival is Regina Begay. Bottom right, Mary Wagner was sold out of programs
for the Navajo Fair in September a short time after she started selling and
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1. During the Winter Arts Festival, Ronald
Slim found time to take a break from
playing his drum. 2. Making frybread
during Indian Week are Novik McCabe,
LaMonica Claw and Mark Graham. 3.
Finishing art projects are Danny Mike and
Ion Farr. 4. Irma Ashley and Marilyn
Ashley make a phone call. 5. During the
winter concert, the chorus sings for the
audience. The five girls who sang "Rain-
drops Keep Fallin' on My Head" are Regina
Ashley, Philena Singer, Leonora Hardy,
April Ashley and Geraldine Blackgoat. 6.
While the magic show takes place in the
fieldhouse, Saylor Breckenridge gets called
on to help do a trick with the magician. 7.
Iohnny Belone rushes to his next class to
avoid detention. 8. During lunch, Danny
Yazza and Chris Begay take a break from
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1. Melinda Iesus serves lunch as her
job in the cafeteria. 2. Terrance
Anderson reads an article in the
Gallup Independent, while Darrell
Dodson relaxes in Mrs. Nave's class.
3. Emmett Tsosie, Travis Cole and
Nathaniel Iesus work on writing
paragraphs in language class. 4.
Sudanshu Das, from Nepal, has lived
in the United States for two years.
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Opposite page, during first
semester, Bert Hubbard eats his
lunch. Above left, enjoying sixth
grade life in the lunch room is
Iacqueline Wauneka. Above, at
Halloween, Mr, Droll dressed
up as a Greatful Dead-head and
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Opposite page Ioyce Foster Saylor Breckenridge, and Sharon Iasmer have fun
during lunch hour Left Christie Gagnon seems to enjoy eating during lunch
hour Above during Indian Week Seymour Nave tries not to get beat during
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Lefh Sharon Iasmer makes up Ann Marie Starrs for a play. Above, after eating
lunch, Michelle Martinez leaves to go outside.
Left, magician Iohn Todman lets Randy Hoskie participate in the magic show
by licking the envelope. Below, waiting for the magic show to begin are
Iennifer I-lolyan, Davina Kee and Michelle Kahn.
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Opposite page, far left, Robert Brace relaxes from
the work Mr, Iennings gave him. As Lana Scott looks
on, Fern Curtis does a science experiment outside
of Mr. Droll's room. Left, making a turtle in the snow
is Rachel Sautter.
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Above, sixth and seventh graders race to put on their shoes in the show race during
Indian Week, Right during lunch sixth grader Louella Spencer leaves the lunch room
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hurry to class. 2. During class time,
Michelle Maloney, front and Sheri
Hendren, back, work on an assign-
ment. 3. Art students james Leslie
and Kenneth Begay put up displays.
5. Enjoying their meal is jacqueline
Wauneka and Theresa Cadman. 4.
Tim Vimmerstedt and Michael
Schumann create snow sculptures
during sixth hour. 5. Enjoying their
meal is jacqueline Wauneka and
Theresa Cadman. 6. While in
science class, Lana Scott works on
a project. 7. In math class, Theresa
Lee shades a graph.
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Below Christine Gagnon seems to be enjoying her Thanksgiving
dinner. Right during a Girl Scout meeting, Ioyce Foster pours
Koolaid for the other scouts, while Grace Foster puts out the
cookies. Bottom, during class, Irlena Iohn works on her math
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During open house, members of the chorus sang various
numbers. Members of the chorus are Genevieve Antonio,
Shannon Archie, April Ashley, Sheryl Ashley, Vera
Ashley, Caroline Begay, Merlin Begay, Rachael Begay,
Regina Begay, Cassandra Bia, Daniel Bitloy, Geraldine
Blackgoat, Sandra Brenner, Nona Brown, Fannie David,
Ervina Dawes, Chelsea Draper, Cindy Draper, Elizabeth
Flake, Ioyce Foster, Luanna Francis, Christy Gagnon,
Danielle Gomez, Iulianna Gomez, Christina Hardy,
Lenora Hardy, Lynn Harvey, Michelle lim, Pamila Ioe,
Samantha Manuelito, Melisaa Nalwood, Loretta Peter-
son, Alexander Phillips, Donna Robbins, Lana Scott,
Charles Sherman, Philena Singer, Iennifer Skeet, Bernita
Spencer, Lovella Spencer, Kara Stibora, Leise Thomason,
Stella Upshaw, Bernice Valdez, Mary Wagner, Livia
Walker, Michelle Watchman, Darwin Williams, Erwin
Williams, Grace Williams, Valerie Wilson, Norbert
Yazzie and Terry Yazzie. The chorus is directed by Mrs.
Top picture, Mr. Manriquez directs the intermediate band during the
Winter Arts Festival. Above, during the Winter Arts Festival, Carmelita
Leonard plays 'Fur Elise'. Advanced piano students are Ira Curley,
Wayne Henderson, Shannon Bailey, Iessie Bydonie, Melissa Archie,
Victor Baldwin, Nathaniel Begay, Karen Bedonie, Martha Willis, Pam
Stevens, Carmelita Leonard, Mary Lynch, Lynn Iohnson, Lynette
Reynolds, Sharon Notah, Christine Begay, Doreen Watson, Alberta
Wauneka, Ophelia Tsosie. Mrs. Barnett teaches the piano classes.
During the Winter Arts Festival, Sharon Marianito directs the honor band. Honor
band members are 1st flutes Tanya Darks, Valerie Thompson, Teresa Sells,
Larieta Mason, Rachael Tracy, Sharon Iasmer, Laura johnson, Monica Polaccag
2nd flutes, Bobbie Arthur, Donna Robbins, Louann Iohn, Sharon Deswood, Viola
Nave, Ernestine Shorty, Vanessa Lee, Roselyn Tom, Winora Howard: Oboes,
Denise Nakaidine, Erna Lynn Shorty, 1st clarinets, Constance Silversmith, Kee
Begay, Lynn Iohnson, Sharon Marianitog 2nd clarinets, Colaine Curtis, Lenora
Shurley, Loretta Billie, Geraldine Singer, Leola Neswood, Patricia Slimg 3rd
clarinets, Kathy Roubideaux, Patricia Sandoval, Rebecca Pahe, Ophelia Nelson,
Theresa Damon, Cynthia Iune, Delphine Yazzieg alto clarinet, Iofern George: bass
clarinets, Steven Harrison, Barry Tso, Karl Terry: 1st alto saxophone, Robert
Ewing, Grace Foster, Iosette Danielsg 2nd alto saxophone, Nicole Atcitty, Enrico
Aubrey, Marvin Lee: tenor saxophone, Michelle Garcia, LaMonica Claw, baritone
saxophone, Dwayne Chase, Olin Peterson: 1st trumpet Ianice Gee, Martha Allen,
Ioycetta DeGroatg 2nd trumpet Mark Graham, Danny Mike, Bryan Nakaidinae:
3rd trumpet Marvin Sanderson, Amos Holian, Ronald Tsosie, Michael Curleyg
1st trombone, Yvonee Kee: 2nd trombone, Francine Iames: 3rd trombone Ervin
Adson, Eric Dick: baritone horn, Edward Martin, Bobby Martin, Shawn
Manuelitog percussion, Charlene Tom, Darryl Brown, Ion Farr, Ronald Slim, Dean
Begay. The band is directed by Mr, Manriquez.
Above left the Big Band Sound Ensemble played two songs
at the Winter Arts Festival. Members are Tanya Darks,
Conni Silversmith, Sharon Marianito, Robert Ewing, Nicole
Atcitty, La Monica Claw, Ianice Gee, Martha Allen, Yvonne
Kee, Bobby Martin, Charlene Tom, lon Farr. Above right
Matt Vimmerstedt and Clint Gleason play Greensleeves.
Advanced guitar students are Ronald Begay, Debra Dan,
Clint Gleason, Delbert Shurley, Levon Smiley, Matt
Vimmerstedt, and Wilfred Wilson. Mr. Manriquez is the
The National Iunior Honor Society induction ceremony was held
on February Z, 1982. Present members inducted in the ceremony
were eighth grade, Bobbi Arthur, Diane Cooka, LeRae Leslie,
Mary Lynch, Sharon aron Notah, Conni Silversmith,
Valerilhgompson, Irvin Upshaw, Robert Ve
Winstead, Eddie Yazzie, Floyd Yazzie, seventh gradej lvlagghia
Allen, Saylor Breckenridge, Darryl Brown, LaMonica
Colaine Curtis, S u Das Sharon Deswoo , o ert Ewing,
Elizabeth Flake, Grace oster, Mark Grahamf Chris Haynie,
Laura lohnson, Sherr Iohnson, Yvonne Kee, Shawna Lee,
Emmaline Marshall llulianne Maxihez, Daisy Nystuf Amy
Schumann, Geraldine Sin er, Mark Starrs, Rachel Tracey, Sheifl
Tsiosdia, Mary Wagner, Kfionolito Williams, 'Present members of
the Honor Society are Kee Begay, Dyvayne Chase, Tanya Darks,
Iackie Davidson, Ianice Gee, Lynn lohnson, Christy Koenig,
Ed,wagd,.Ma.ntin, Larieta Mason, ioa Nave, O helia Nelson,
Lynette Reynolds, Ann Marie Starrs, Barry so, att
Vimmerstedt. Mrs. Clic f the Honor Society
perform plays and
1. During the Winter Arts Festival, Grace Foster and Matt Vimmerstedt
do a commercial for gravy stain dog food. 2. Drama students help Olin
Peterson with his Santa costume. 3. Sharon Iasmer makes a dramatic
entrance at the open house. 4. Saylor Breckinridge and Wendell Birch
perform a skit called Scare Theater.
1. Enjoying other drama students perform are Edward Martin,
Saylor Breckenridge, Sudhanshu Das, and Dean Begay. 2. Drama
students read The Night Before Christmas at the Winter Arts
Festival. 3. Daisy Nystul, Sheryl Tsiosdia, and Edward Martin do
a commercial for the product 'Stuff'. 4. Sitting Ann Marie Starrs,
Daisy Nystul, Kara Stibora and standing Lynn Harvey, Donna
Holyan, and Olynn Denny watch the other drama students
perform during the Winter Arts Festival.
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1. Mrs. VanKeuren, advisor, talks to some of the Student
Council members about a Valentine dance. 2. Tanya Darks,
Ianice Gee, Laura Iohnson, and Lynn Iohnson listen to the
president, Ed Martin. 3. Edward Martin and Eddie Yazzie
get ready for the Sadie Hawkins dance. 4, Ianice Gee
decorates the stage for the Sadie Hawkins dance. Officers of
Student Council are Ed Martin, presidenh Sheryl Tsiosdia,
Vice-president lfirst semesterl, Tanya Darks, secretary, Lynn
Iohnson, treasurer, Ophelia Nelson, parliamentarian.
Honorary members are Viola Nave, Sandra Lee, D'wayne
Chase, Sharon Deswood, Vanessa Lee, Cindy Iune, Geraldine
Singer, Mary Lynch, Ianice Gee, Carmileta Leonard, Delbert
White. Home room representatives are Saylor Breckenridge,
Emmaline Marshall, Leise Thomason, Sharon Iasmer, Sharon
Sanderson, Lennie Reynolds, Rodney Smith, Eurika Milford,
Cynthia Gonzales, Samuel Cadman, Ann Marie Starrs, Dustin
Mortenson, Iackie Warren, Sheri Hendren, Kee Begay,
Iulianna Martinez, Cheryl Pioche, Eddie Yazzie, Barry Tso,
Nathaniel Yazzie, Monica Polacca.
1. Winning first place in the district spelling bee was Warren
Denetsosie. 2. During the district spelling bee, Sheryl Tsiosdia placed
second and also placed sixth in the county spelling bee. Grace Foster
placed third in the district and fifth in the county. The top seven
spellers in the eighth grade spelling bee at Tse Ho Tso were Larieta
Mason, Olin Peterson, Viola Nave, Sharon Marianito, Ianice Gee,
Ophelia Nelson, and Matt Vimmerstedt. The top six seventh grade
spellers were Grace Foster, Robert Ewing, Shawna Lee, Rachel Tracy,
Sudhanshu Das and Sheryl Tsiosdia. Top sixth grade spellers were
Rodney Nelson, Sharon Iasmer, Warren Denetsosie, Mary lensen,
Ioyce Foster, Kara Stibora and Arlinda Huskey. Mrs. Winstead and
Mrs. Foster were the spelling coaches. 3. Kara Stibora gives her report
on amphibians during a Girl Scout meeting, while Grace Foster
listens. Other members are Sharon Iasmer, Kathy Smith, Charlene
Begaye, Ramona McDonald, Iosephine Yazzie, Genevieve Antonio,
Flora Antonio, Ioyce Foster, Marilyn Ashley, Irma Ashley, Sheri
Hendren and Leise Thomason, Miss Smallman and Mrs. Foster are
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Below, left feature editor, Amy Schumann and news editor, Ann Marie Starrs take
time out from publishing the newspaper to read newspapers from other schools. Below,
right, 8th grade editor, Valeri Thompson lays out a page of the yearbook. Bottom,
left, during a trip to Coolidge for the AIPA workshop, Conni Silversmith, yearbook
editor, and Sandra Lee, Smoke Signals, editor, and Iames Winstead, from photography
class visit Casa Grande Ruins. Bottom, right, Patrick Pedro, media center printer, prints
Smoke Signals every month.
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1. Standing Marvin Sanderson, Floyd Yazzie, Robert
Velasco, Marwin Begay, Michael Curly, Iames Winstead,
Dwayne Nez, Barry Tso, Iames Moore, Clint Gleason,
Irvin Upshaw, Coach Hawthorne. Kneeling Thomas
Billiman, Clin Peterson, Felix Spencer, Eddie Yazzie,
Roger Lawless, Sheldon Hickson, Aaron Wilson, Chris
Tsosie, Nathaniel Begay. Sitting Shannon Bailey, Dustin
Mortenson, Ronnie Roanhorse, Spencer Yazzie, Ray
Becenti, Victor Baldwin. 2. Coach Hawthorne talks to the
team at halftime. 3. A CBS player intercepts a pass from
the Scout quarterback. 4. Nathaniel Begay catches the ball
for a touchdown against Navajo. 5. A Scout trips up a
CBS Warrior during a game. 6. Irvin Upshaw looks
downfield for a receiver against CBS.
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1. 'A' team, standing Lynn Iohnson, Sharon
Lawless, Sharon Notah, Viola Nave, Charlene, Lee,
Alberta Wauneka, Bobbie Arthur, Barbara Brown.
'B' team, kneeling Sharon Marianito, Ianice Gee,
Lynette Reynolds, Aloyna Smith, Tanya Darks,
Teresa Sells, Alvera Yazzie. Sitting Regina Antonio,
Doreen Watson, Gwen Logg, Christine Begaye. 2. 'C
team standing Delphine Yazzie lmanagerj, Pamela
Stevens fmanagerj, Lisanne Goodluck, Diane Cooka,
Carrie Pewo, M.elvina Yazzie, Colleen Cleveland,
Lenora Shurley, Martha. Willis lmanagerj, Melissa
True lmanagerl.. Kneeling Chelsea Draper, Sherry
Iohnson, Rachel Tracy, Vanessa Lee fmanagerj.
Sitting Yvonne Kee, Iulianna Martinez. 3. Gwen
Logg keeps the ball from bouncing on the floor by
bumping the ball. 4. Coach Ness has a pep talk with
part of the A team. 5. Sharon Lawless and Olynn
Denny make an effort to get the ball over the net.
6. Returning a volleyball serve is Alberta Wauneka
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Christine Watson, Patricia Slim, Esther Hernesy, Seymour Nave,
Arnold Tsosie, Sudhanshu Das, Marcus Dawes, Iames Nez, Coach
Franksg kneeling, Ronald Slim, Larry Wilson, Robert Ewing, Mark
Starrs, Bobbie Martin. 2. Boys cross country members try to beat
their opponents. 3. Trying to reach the baton is Sharon Valdez.
4. The girls cross country team takes off from the starting line,
against Chinle Boarding. 5. The cross country team does leg lifts
to warm up during practice. 6. Taking sixth place in a cross
country meet is Mark Starrs.
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Roger Pablo, Roger Lawless, Coach Droll. Middle rom Marty
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McCabe, Emery Laughing, Nathaniel Yazzie, Lawrence
Roanhorse. Fr0ntVictor Tsosie, Ed Martin, Robert Ewing, Bobby
Martin, Mark Starrs, Tim Bennally, Fernando Dayaye. Laying
Down, Danny Mike, Iames Nez. 2. Sudhanshu Das tries to break
his man down. 3. Marwin Begay breaks down his opponent from
Red Mesa. 4. Ed Martin is the winner after pinning a Red Mesa
wrestler. 5. Roger Pablo ties up with a C.B.S. wrestler. 6. Iames
Winstead pins his opponent from Red Mesa. 7. Danny Mike
breaks his man down before pinning him.
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Dwayne Nez. Kneeling Sheryl Tsiosdia, manager, Aaron Wilson,
Sheldon Hickson, Dustin Mortenson, Eddie Yazzie, Felix Spencer,
Grace Foster, manager. 2. Thomas Billiman tips the ball to Eddie
Yazzie in a game against Rough Rock. 3. Thomas Billiman looks for
a team mate to pass to in a game against Chinle Boarding. 4. Samuel
Cadman dribbles towards the Scouts goal in a home game against
Chinle Boarding. 5. Clint Gleason shoots for two.
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Tanya Darks, Rachel Tracy, Doreen Watson, Yvonne Kee. 3.
'A' team, standing Lynn Iohnson, Viola Nave, Olynn Denny,
Becky Miles, Coach Ness. Middle Row, Shawna Lee, Leola
Neswood, Sharon Valdez, Carrie Pewo, Geraldine Singer,
Conni Silversmith, Kneeling Bobbie Arthur, Francine Iames,
Arlinda Yazzie, Vanessa Lee, Christine Watson. 4. In between
quarters, the team listens to Ms. Ness. 5. Arlinda Yazzie passes
the ball to another team mate during the Ganado game. 6. Olynn
Denny screens for Viola Nave on an offensive play.
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Larren Denny, Christopher Haynie, Myron Logg, Hansen Tungovia,
Calvin Footracer, Omer Bigthumbg middle rom Wendell Birch,
Bradford Roanhorse, Ray Becenti, Darrel Dodson, Nathaniel Iesus,
Ryan Yazzie, Nathaniel Etsittyg kneeling Chris Cook, Darryl Tsosie,
Dalton Lizer, Douglas Watchman, Terrance Anderson, David Folsom.
Left, Larren Denny shoots for a free throw in the game against Rough
Rock. Directly above, Christopher Cook screens on an offensive play
also in the game against Rough Rock.
Girls 'B' team undergoes training
Top, girls 'B' team, standing Diane Cooka, Lynette
Reynolds, Mary Lynch, Ianice Gee, Barbara Brown,
Coach Chee, middle row, Sheri Miles, Denise
Nakadinae, Alonya Smith, Karen Bedonie, Ann Marie
Starrs, Theresa Sells: front row, April Platero, Kathy
Tabaha, Samantha Lee, April Ashley, Sharon
Deswood, Directly above Alonya Smith runs in for a
lay up in the game against Rough Rock. Right
Samantha Lee jumps against an opponent in the game
against Red Mesa.
1. Ms. Ness gives her girls A team a pep talk at a home game. 2. At
a home game, Mr. Hawthorne speaks to his A team. 3. Omer Bigthumb
listens while B team boys basketball coach, Mr. Quiver, talks to his
team members. 4. Mr. Glaisyer, assistant wrestling coach gets excited
at a duo meet.
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landscape aide literature chorus
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social studies Iohn Claw
Evelyn Butler southwest studies science
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during Indian Week. Left Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Levie
discuss school problems. Above, In the learning lab, Mr.
Chaltas works on some papers.
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Patricia Click Language arts Science Iulia Farkas science
English social studies physical education art advanced studies
Honor Society advisor piano Coach publications girl scout advisor
Above, Mr. Drew enjoys his favorite
hobbies, Weightlifting and drinking Shasta
Cola. Above, right, Mr. Koutsky calls a
student down to his office by using the
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assignment sheet. RighL Ms. Nahm shows 3,
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rosters as one of her duties.
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physical education Karen Perce Hardy Phelps Kenneth Poos special eduCafi0H Student Council
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Above, Mrs. Mann talks to her class about bald eagles.
Above, right, Mrs. Nave talks to a student in the hall, while
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The Best of Times
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Yearbook staff: Rodney Smith, 7th grade editor, Cameron Billie, activities editor, Travis Cole, 6th grade staff Connie
Silversmith, editon Melinda Tsosie, 8th grade staff Sharon Marianito, sports editor, Valerie Thompson, 8th grade
editor, Monolito Williams, activities staff Mark Starrs, 6th grade editor. Smoke Signals staff: top ram Donna Holyan,
business managen Amy Schumann, feature editon Larieta Mason, copy writen Samantha Yazzie, entertainment editor,
Ann Marie Starrs, news editor: middle rom Sabrina Ienkins, staff Nina Begay, copy writer, Sandra Lee, edtior, Lynette
Reynolds, copy editor? laying down, Fernando Dayaye, staff falso faculty editor of the yearboolcj and Verne Blatchford,
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