W W Samuell High School - Torch Yearbook (Dallas, TX)
- Class of 1987
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Dazzling, contemporary' sounds
and fashion were on the minds of the
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At Samuell, the students kept an
open mind about music. Steven lenn-
ings said, "I liked just about all kinds
of music except country." Sherri Waf-
ford added, "I didn't have any
favorites, but I did like 38 Specialf'
Rock and pop became very popular
.this year. Margo Carrillo said, "I
listened to KEGL and my favorite
group was Duran Duran." "I enjoyed
listening to Bon Jovi," said Brice
Buckley. Charles jones said, "Most of
the time I listened to rhythm and
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Fashion and fads, keeping up with
the latest style, and keeping up with
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Arlene' Ioiies waits 'for Ms. McFarland to start
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the latest designer fashions was im-
portant' to some' of the-Spartans. Rick
Iurica said, "I liked wearing oversized
sweaters and tight shorts." Francisco
Correa said, "Light blues and faded
denim were popular this year. I was
glad because :that is what I liked
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Designer labels were very popular.
Brandsg., like Guess, Coca-Cola,
Gehevrra, Levi's, and Iordache were
among the top favorites. Tom Stuart
said, "I think that. my favorite was
probably Guess." Iason Penland add?
ed, "I wear a lot of Levi's. They fit
well, and they're very stylish." Amy
Carroll said, "lordache was my
favorite. I liked the regular brand and
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Chuck' Love is caught red-handed "without"
camera at the Mesquite game.
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Spartan Image, Lance Phillips, with the help of Shaynor Newsome and Tommy Courson, leads the varsity on the field at Homecoming.
Penland works on "Growth of the English
in Ms. Adams' third period English IV
Chris Muir and jimmy Coronado beat. the
crowd and leave school a little early.
Robert Davis runs for his chance for 525.00 by
being on time to Ms. Gambrell's second period
English Ill class.
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Terrence Culberson peeks around the comer to make sure he
doesn t miss anything in Mr. Richards world geography class.
Starlet officers Sherri Wafford C thia Es inoza, Monica Hamilton, and Marcella Smith, show off
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Homecoming mums at the BA game.
Spartans spent some of their spare
time working, playing sports, and go-
ing to school functions such as the
Back-to-School Bash and the musical,
Damn Yankees .
Iobs and sports were important to
many Spartans. Rudy Cortez said, "I
spent most of my free time working,
so when I was not at school, I was
working on cars." Rick Iurica added,
"I have been workingxat Iack-in-the-
Box, but I'm looking for another job."
Baseball, soccer, and football, both
in and out of school, have become
popular past times. Danny -Dom-
inguez said, "The first semester I was
working half a day, but the second
semester I wanted to play baseball, so
I went to school full time." George
Beeton added, "I played baseball for
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the school, and we did real well. The
baseball team is always good."
There were other things, such as
watching the thespians or the choir,
that Samuell students enjoyed. Clay
Carroll said, "My English class saw a
play, A Funny Thing Happened on the
Way to the Forum, that the thespians
produced, and we thought it was
good." Keithia Broiles added, "Ioey
and I went to the musical, Damn
Yankees, and we had a good time."
School dances were a part of the
Spartans' social life. Sandra Gudino
said, "The best dance I went to was
the Back-to-School Bash. Everyone
and everything was lively and fun."
Brice Buckley added, "I had a good
time Q at all of our school dances
because I was with my friends."
Cecilia Guerra enjoys a third quarter break
coke and a hotdog at the Mesquite game.
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Hearts" at the Homecoming assembly.
hnny Dominguez works overtime on project
aduation in student council.
julie Cranberry always does her GV in
While on duty, Dawn Scott and Rodney
Washington get a glimpse of the Woodrow
Wilson game. '
Craig Stout and Michael jones teach themselves the basics of
drumming in first period band.
Lorraine Rodriguez and Lucy Chang catch up
on the latest gossip in third period pre-calculus.
Cruising, clubbing, and dating were
how the Spartans spent their
weekends. From Galloway to Green-
ville, Samuell students and their
friends could be found.
"I usually went cruising on
Galloway with my friends," exclaim-
ed George Beeton. Carl Campbell ad-
ded, "I cruised Galloway in my? new
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There were some students who lik-
ed to go to clubs. Vernon Taylor said,
"I liked going to clubs because it gave
me a chance to meet new people."
Angela Martel added, "I started going
to clubs like Amnesia with my friend,
LisawBraswell. We had fun and meta
Marilyn Day, Tammy Butts, Sharla Wright, .and Stacey
Reames play -"Land of a Thousand Dancesf at the Roosevelt
lot of peop1e." Joann Tabaniag stated,
"Students from Samuell went to
Monopoly's on Sunday evenings. It
was something different and fun."
Dinner, a movie, or -a long drive
was what a usual date consisted of.
Chris Muir said, "On a date, I would
take my date to eat and then to a
movie." Adrian Sims added, "Most of
the time, we went to eat and then to a
party or riding around." Cynthia
Espinoza said, "I would go out with
Michael, and we would usually dou-
ble with another couple. We always
went out to eat and then sometimes
we would see a movie."
Curfey Goldman hustles .against the Bryan
Peter Otubu listens intently to Ms. Reed's ex-
planation of French diction in seventh period.
For Shawn Webb, at the fair, one man's trash
another man's treasure.
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Warren Fields intensely listens to instructions from Susan Davis performs a hoop routine to
Mr. Allen in seventh period general drafting. "Taurus" at the Mesquite game.
Robert Davis, Shady Carter, William Pipkins, and Kevin McCullough proudly present the colors at the BA
Crissy Ortiz and Shayrior Newsome price I
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Hail, Samuell High!
Hail, Samuell High!
This song to thee
We pledge to thee
As loud our praises
For always to the
Gold and Blue
Our hearts will still
As fighting Spartans
we will cry
Our love for Samuell
Ioumalism students, Alien Christian Tracie Hampton Lisa Serrata and Angela jones flip through a Texas
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the Spartans loss to the Apaches.
Lisa McCoy, Alicia Askew, jason Penland, and Craig jones dance the night away to "Heart's on
the Back-to-School Bash while Robert Bailey looks for a good shot for the TORCH .
iaynor Newsome and Amy Smelser enjoy a slow
Luce to "Glory of Love" at the Homecoming
Theater productions, the Starlet spring
ww, Razz-Ma-Tazz, prom, graduation,
Wd many other activities were a part of
je at Samuell. Whether students were
the activity or a part of the audience,
ey were becoming involved. joey Her-
Lndez said, "I went to the musical,
amn Yankees, and I enjoyed myself. A
t of my friends were in it, so I felt like I
Students took their time before school
id after school to participate in these
lfents, Kelly Walker said, "I spent a lot
time before school, during lunch, and
"Those Were the Good Old Days" for Russell
Ansley and the Damn Yankees.
after school developing pictures for the
newspaper. It was something I wanted
Spectators were important too. Gregg
Suttle said, "I was new to the school,
and I became involved in theater arts. I
enjoyed going to performances."
The seniors especially enjoyed the
prom and graduation. Robert Bailey said,
"The prom was super. It was as good as I
expectedf' Shawn Webb added, "I was
ready for graduation. It was great to feel
Terry Carol goes for the one ball at the fair.
One rainy bash
Lights flashing, students dancing,
and music blaring started the Back-to-
School Bash for the 1986-1987 school
year. The bash, sponsored by the stu-
dent council, was a great success and
the first social event of the year. It was
held Friday, September 5th, from
10:30 p.m. until 12:30 p.m. in the
After the North Mesquite game,
sparks flew from the dance floor as
students danced to the music of Dj
Anthony Smith returns to Samuell to jam the night away to
Walking in the Rain" with Valicia Henderson.
Jimmy Coronado is on the lookout for a dance
partner to "Take My Breath Away".
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Bryron Parker. Despite the heavy
rain, the crowd's spirits were not
dampened. It was a night for new
friendships to bloom and old friend-
ships to be renewed.
Kevan Ferguson said, "lt's the best
dance we've had since I've been here
because people were dancing, and no
one was sitting down. I had fun and
the music was great." Chris Muir add-
ed, "lt was good, and the music was
good. There was a real nice turn out."
Roger Finley listens as little brother, Randy
Finley, asks for advice.
Reva Davis raps to "Word Up."
Kimberly Utley and Mark Lofton enjoy a cok
break, while james Smith fills them in on hi
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A century of fun
The Looping Star, the Texas Star,
the Orbitor, the laser light show, the
Chinese Exibit, the Chinese acrobats,
and the Magna Charta were among
some of the main attractions when the
Spartans took a break from school on
Friday, October 3rd, to take advan-
tage of the DISD High School Fair
Day and celebrate the fair's hun-
dredth birthday. Those who went had
to put up with a cloudy but dry day.
Alisa Riley said, "I liked the fair
because I went on my birthday, and I
rode a lot of rides." Glenn Stone
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At the fair, Lori Hoppert and Sherri Wafford try their hand at the bean bag toss.
added, "I thought the automobile
building was the best part of the
whole fair." Bryan Carlisle said, "I
thought that it was fun and different
because of the Chinese acrobatsf'
Although many people enjoyed the
fair, not everyone was satisfied.
Robert Stephens said, "I thought that
too many people were saying how
great it would be, but when it started,
it was not very good." Lori Hoppert
added, "The rides were fun, the food
was not good, and it was too
Outside the Hall of State, William Roberson, Adriane Iames,
Renita Otis, and David Piper admire the Goddess of Liberty
from atop the Capital.
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" We've got a show for you"
Fun filled days and nights were
spent working on Razz-Ma-Tazz, the
annual concert choir show, which
took place September 20th.
"Although the one and only rehearsal
they had gave everyone a scare, the
actual show was superb," said Amy
Wes Cox said, "It was excellent,
and it showed the quality of the senior
class." Cheles Rhynes said, "It was
entertaining. I thought Russell Ansley
did an excellent job." Annette Garcia,
a member of IESTERSL added, "It was
enjoyable. I had a lot of fun entertain-
ing the people."
Group dances were presented by
the seniors, Starlet officers, and the
varsity cheerleaders and banner team.
Laura Woody, Terry Carol, Ricky
Martin, and Veronica Williams per-
formed solos. Cristal Miles said,
"Shawn Webb stunned the audience
with his solo, 'She's Always a
Woman'." This year's show had a lot
of variety, from Allen Christian's lip
syncing to "jail House Rock" to
Russell Ansley playing 'fMostly
Mozart" on baritone.
This year's emcees were Russell
Ansley, Terry Carol, Ricky Martin,
Cristal Miles, Billy Robinson, Shawn
Webb, and Iohn White. Mr.Cannon
directed the show and Ms.McFarland
The IESTERS! like "Singing in the Rain."
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It's "Mostly Mozart" for Russell Ansley.
Veronica Williams sings "The Greatest Love
Cristal Miles catches the attention of two old
men fTerry Carol and Russell Ansleyj.
Allen QElvisJ Christian does the Ujailhouse Rock,"
"Everywhere You Co" is where Laura Woody
The Concert Choir " . . .has a show for you."
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Monica Hamilton and Cynthia Espinoza put Lance Phillips and Robert Bailey are just a cou- Crissy Ortiz and Shawn Webb "Walk This
their "Body and Soulw into the Starlet officers ple of"Nasty Boys." Way!! in the senior dance.
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Homecoming week was filled with
excitement for everyone. The student
council sponsored spirit days that in-
volved the whole student body. This
included a Hawaiian day, 50's day,
suspenders day, camouflage day, and
a blue and gold day.
The homecoming pep assembly
was held during first period classes at
9:00 am. The Spartans were very ex-
cited about having an assembly dur-
ing school. Curtis Pena said, "lt was a
lot more fun because it was during the
The student council also sponsored
a homecoming float competition that
was judged by selected teachers and
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The Blue jacket officers, Cecilia Guerra, Lori Hoppe-rt, Tam-
my Garrison and jennifer lolley, present their sponsors with
certificates of appreciation at the homecoming assembly.
students. The math team had the win-
ning float with the theme "Divide the
Cougars." All of the float entrees were
presented to the student body during
the assembly and the first, second,
and third place winners were
presented at the pre-game show.
The Spartans played an exceptional
game Friday, October 17th, against
the Bryan Adams Cougars even
though they were defeated six to
seven. Sandra Morrison said, "It was
a good game, and it kept me on the
edge of my seat." Marco Luna added,
" They had the spirit to win, but they
just could not pull through."
On Nerd Day, David Ford is dressed and ready
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Mark Busby helps Otis Whitmore carry the ll
toward the BA end zone
Brian jones, Michelle Wilson, Ieff Gilbreath, Shannon Killebrew, and Tina Shields proudly wheel DEC
spirit float across the stage.
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Mr, Askew and Alicia Askew get last minute in- The Starlet officers, Sherri Watford, Marcella The varsity cheerleaders are stacked with homecoming spirit
structions from Monica Hamilton. Smith, Cynthia Espinoza, and Monica
Hamilton, perform to "Burning Heart."
Queen of the crop
Spirits were high as Spartan fans
anxiously awaited the announcement
of the Homecoming Court at the pre-
game show at the Bryan Adams game.
Members of the court were escorted
on the field by their fathers. Then the
1985 Homecoming Queen, Bridget
Donahue, crowned Cynthia Espinoza,
the 1986 Homecoming Queen, to the
roar of the crowd.
The queen and her court were also
presented at the Homecoming Dance
which was held at the Holiday Inn in
Garland on the following night. This
gave those students who missed the
pre-game show a chance to get a good
look at the queen and her court.
Cynthia Espinoza said, "l was ex-
cited and overjoyed because I did not
expect to be elected queen, especially
with the others that were nominated."
Adriane james said, "lt was a lot of
fun, and even though I did not win, l
was proud of myself for making court.
lt made my senior year special."
Each class chose two represen-
tatives for the Homecoming Court,
except the senior class, who chose five
representatives. The top three seniors
were on the court and the one with
the most votes became Homecoming
The 1986-87 Homecoming Court is presented at the Homecoming Dance.
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Otis Whitmore and Cornelia Darden escort Rhond
Hoard and Adriane james.
David Ford escorts senior Queen Cy
Mark Busby and Carl Campbell escort Robyn
Caylor and Sheila Arrington.
Espinoza escorts Homecoming Queen Cynthia Espinoza at the pre-game show.
Michael Rogers escorts Alicia Askew and
Rhonda Hoard, escorted by Otis Whitmore, is
presented at the Homecoming Dance.
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Deanie Arredondo and David Kearby wait for the presenta-
mm of the Homecoming Court' Carl Campbell and Sheila Arrington and Ricky Martin and Ioann Tabaniag dance to "Secret Lovers.
A holiday out at the Holiday Inn
Glamorously dressed Spartans
made their way to the Homecoming
Dance on Saturday, October 18th.
The student council sponsored dance
was held from 8 p.m. to 12 midnight
at the Holiday Inn in Garland.
Many Spartans made an evening of
the affair. They dined out before the
dance. Some of the favorite dinner
spots were Gallaghers and Bennigans.
Craig Jones said, "We went to Steak n'
Ale with about five other couples. It
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was nice." Lori Zachary added, "My
date took me to Southern Kitchen.
That was the first time I had been
there, and I liked it."
Party Elite provided the sound for
the dance. Ioel Cruz said, "The dance
was okay except the music was too
slow," "I was impressed by the
students' dress. Everyone looked very
nice," said Ms. Ortiz, a chaperone at
Ladonna Norris and Kenneth Tatum dance
"Friends and Lovers",
Angela jones and Bryan Carlisle listen to the
Ford and Cynthia Espinoza '
What Love Is."
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Spartans "Twist and Shout."
sa McCoy, Kevan Ferguson, Brian jones, Crystal Woods, Saunia Magee, and Wesley Cox line up to have
eir pictures taken.
Early in the evening, Christopher Terrell sweet talks Erica
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Lola QSherri Waffordj is curious to find out if joe
likes music and dancing.
Van Buren CRicky Martini tells Rocky fAlbert Paredesj and Welch QGlenn Stonej that all they need is hear
Darn those Damn Yankees
Danzn Yankees , hot dogs, apple pie,
and Chevrolet arrived on the Samuell
stage on November 21st and 22nd.
Spartans saw an old man sell his soul
to the devil for the pennant. Shawn
Webb said, "lt was the best show that
we have ever done." This was the at-
titude of most of the cast and crew.
The words "sparkle plenty" could
always be heard from Mr. Cannon.
Mr. Cannon said that he was very
pleased with the outcome of the
show. Ms. McFarland assisted Mr.
Cannon with the musical by
choreographing all the songs. "I was
impressed with the growth of the
students that were involved," said
Tryouts for the show began on Oc-
tober Znd and practice began on Oc-
tober 5th, "I was happy to be a part of
the show through my attendance. It
was excellent, and I think it should
have been shown more times," said
This year, the cast and crew
dedicated the show to Shawn Webb.
Mr. Applegate fRussell Ansleyj tries to
Joe Boyd CTerry Carolj to sell his soul to the devil.
Ioe Hardy fShawn Webbj is convinced by
QSherri Waffordj that they are "Two Lost Souls.
nla QSherri Waffordj proves to Ioe Hardy tShawn
ebbj that "Whatever l.ola Wants, Lola Gets."
baseball players QChris Muir, Billy Robinson, Lance Phillips, Ricky Martin, Albert Paredes, and Allen Christianj can't believe how far joe Hardy can hit the
Doris fAnnette Garciaj and Sister fCristal Milesl are dressed and ready for the big game.
The young fans Uudy Brister, Stacy Barnhart, Tommy Courson, and
Rachel Siskl listen anxiously for the result ofthe baseball game.
Mr, Applegate QRussell Ansleyj reminisces with Lola QSherri The show ends with a standing ovation for the cast.
Waffordj about the good old days.
The baseball players can't seem to keep their minds on the game.
The baseball fans cannot decide whether he is safe or out.
Gloria flsori Hoppertj tries to convince Van
fRicky Martinj that there is something fishy
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leg QLaura Woodyj learns from her husband Ioe Boyd fTerry Caroll that all the Senators need is one long
e Hardy Shawn Webhj sings "A Man Doesn't The sound of the baseball being hit is music to
ow." Mr. Applegates fRussell Ansleyj ears.
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The guard QTommy Coursonj keeps the fans
fDax Williams and Rachel Siskj out of the trial.
While Lynch QReva Davisj watches, Sister fCristal Milesj and
Doris QAnnette Garciaj try to get an autograph from Welch
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A class act
Writing, producing, and acting were
what the thespians did each day. It
was a learning experience for the
thespians, but it was also fun. Ter-
rence Culberson said, "It was nice to
find something that was interesting to
learn and fun to do."
Some of the plays that the thes-
pians produced were A Funny Thing
Happened on the Way to the Forum, A
Christmas Carol, Children of a Lesser
God, and A Company of Wayward
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way
to the Forum was a play that delt with
the comedies of classical Roman
theater. A wealthy young man, Hero,
fell in love with a Courtesan, Philia.
Hero's parents left town and put Hero
in the care of their slave, Psuedolus.
Philia fMissey Pinnekinsj 'listens as Hero
QMichea1 Williamsj expresses his deep love.
Sarah QRobin Klimpelj signs to Iames fOtis Whitmorej in a
scene from Children ofA Lesser God.
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In exchange for his freedom,
Psuedolus agreed to help Hero attain
Philia. ln the end, Hero got Philia,
Philia got happiness, Psuedolus got
his freedom, and everyone was happy
in this delightful comedy.
In Children of a Lesser God, a male
speech teacher, named james, fell in
love with a deaf girl, named Sarah,
who was a high school drop out.
Sarah and james marry, but find that
their worlds of sound and silence do
not coincide. Only love and compas-
sion held them together, but that
seemed to be enough. Otis Whitmore
said, "It was a very important play to
research, and it took a lot of work to
learn all the sign language necessary
to perform the part."
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Theater Arts I to begin a scene from Camelot
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way to the forum.
icey Yates hoards her crackers and cheese so she
m't have to share.
enda Billings enjoys a bite of her brownie at the
JRCH Coke Party.
'anda Edwards explains to Dottie Bellah that Coke
tbetter than Pepsi.
A Coke celebration
The TORCH staff celebrated their
"Catch the Wave" theme with a Coke
party on February 26th, during their
sixth and seventh period classes. Billy
Robinson said, "I had a lot of fun that
day. It was a big change from working
every day. We got to sit down and
This was a welcomed break for the
staff who usually spent all fifty-five
minutes of the class time working
diligently on their layouts, getting
quotes, writing copy, or identifying
pictures. Vanda Edwards said, "We
usually got in trouble for playing
while we worked, but at the party,
Robert Bailey tries to consume a whole Coke
without touching the can.
playing was working."
The Coke party consisted of, of
course, Coca-Cola and brownies that
were provided for the students by
their sponsors Ms. McCollum and Ms.
Dailey. Crissy Ortiz said, "We had a
real good time at the Coke party ex-
cept that Shawn Webb started a
brownie fight with me, and I had to
go home covered in brownie." Ms.
Dailey said, "We had the Coke party
to celebrate the theme of the year-
book. Everybody seemed to enjoy
themselves, and I thought that was
With a Coke, john White and loann Tabaniag toast the theme
of the 1987 yearbook, "Catch the Wave".
Danny Dominguez watches Michael Rogers try to sneak a brownie.
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Winter wonderland welcomed
Qne of the top social events of the
year for the deaf population at
Samuell was the Winter Dance spon-
sored by the Iunior NAD. The dance
was held on Friday, December12th,
from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Ms. Hill
said,"It was like a homecoming for
the deaf. Ex-teachers and students
came to the dance."
Decorations, food, and music were
all organized by the students. They
even organized a dance contest.
Crystal Woods, Karrie Miller, Chan-
tay Durham, Shelisa Scott, and
Catrina Brown were the winners of
the contest. Chantay Durham said,
"The dance was good, and the contest
was fun too."
The music was provided by Robert
Grimmett. Crystal Woods said, "I en-
joyed the music even though there
was a forty-five minute delay." The
Winter Dance king and queen were
Matthew Martinez and Anita Thomp-
son. The other senior court members
were Mario Martinez and Denise
jennifer Harvey shows Carl Campbell how
dance and at the same time.
Crystal Woods, Karrie Miller, Chantay Durham, Catrina Brown, and Shelisa Scott dance to "What Have You Done For Me Lately?"
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deaf teacher of the month.
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Preston waits to announce Ms. Ian Williams The queen and king and the court are presented at the Winter Dance.
Deaf Winter Dance 31
Ms Miller Albert Vega, and Stacy Wagner try to decide
where they should put the tree for the Christmas play.
The holiday spirit was in the air
weeks before winter vacation began.
Spartans were busy with Christmas
shopping and making wish lists.
Student council adopted a needy
family and collected and took gifts,
colthing, and food to the family. They
also sponsored a door decorating con-
test. Each first period class decorated
their door. Ms. Gambrell's first period
class won first prize. Her class re-
ceived a cake. Several of the deaf
education classes had Christmas
plays. Michael Rogers said, "I saw the
Christmas play Ms, Dailey's class put
32 Winter Holiday
Amy Smelser Ioann Tabaniag john White, Tracie Hampton, Monica Hamilton, and Russell
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decorate the student council Christmas tree.
on. It was funny."
On December 18th, one day before
the Christmas break, it snowed, giv-
ing Spartans thoughts of a white
Christmas. Cynthia Wallace said, "I
was surprised when I woke up and
saw the snow. It looked so pretty see-
ing everything covered with snow."
Shawn Webb added, "My first words
were 'all right, snowball fight'."
Students and teachers spent the
holidays in different ways. Some
traveled to see relatives in other cities,
while others slept late and just
On Thursday, December 18th, Craig jones
Lance Phillips enjoy a snowball fight.
ivis Caro dances to Michael Iackson's "Beat It".
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We feel the beat
The twenty-eight deaf theater arts
students produced a very good pro-
gram on March 20th, during seventh
period. It took the group about six
weeks to prepare for the program. Ms.
Dailey said, "The students were very
nervous before the program, but once
they got out on stage, they opened
The hearing took a lot of things for
granted, such as listening to the beat
of a song and dancing to that beat.
The hearing-impaired have to
memorize the beat to the songs they
are dancing to. Karrie Miller said, "I
was in the program for two years, and
it was great. We had fun working on
Shenequa Dean and Cheryl Baker wonder
"What Have You Done for Me Lately?".
it, but it took a lot of time." Veronica
Alanis said, "I was a little nervous at
first, but then I got used to it. I en-
joyed performing for the other
The deaf theater arts class was not
all fun and games. It was like any
other class. They had homework,
tests, and studied particular aspects of
the theater. When they were prepar-
ing for the program, their concentra-
tion was focused on their perfor-
mance. Travis Caro said, "My favorite
dance was 'Beat It'. I liked imitating
Michael Iacksonf' Ricky Tanajara ad-
ded, "I thought it was fun watching
the girls. They were wonderful."
Deserie French, Tara Gray, Travis Caro, and Catrina Brown
are in "Control".
Deaf Theater Arts Program 33
Two hearts beat as one
Exciting and fun were words used
by many students to describe the
Valentine Dance that was held on
February 7th, at the Dallas Hilton
Hotel, downtown. The dance, spon-
sored by the student council, was held
from 8 pm to 12 midnight, and the
cost was 257.50 a ticket. Tracie Hamp-
ton said, "The Hilton was very
beautiful, it was nice to have it off
campus." B -
The music and the disc jockey, Mar-
shall Argrovitz, had everyone on the
dance floor. Lorraine Rodriguez said,
"I enjoyed the dance very much, the
DI kept the crowd and their spirits
alive." Michael Rogers said, "The
dance was excellent, and the DI was
It's "Glory of Love" for Cyndy Schmidt and
34 Valentine Dance
the best in Samuell's history."
The Valentine Court was presented
at the dance and the king and queen
were announced. The queen was
Cristal Miles, and the king was Iasper
Moore. Cristal Miles stated, "I was
honored to be voted Valentine Queen.
The student body will never know
how many fond memories they added
to my senior year."
Everyone seemed very enthused
and pleased with the dance. Danny
Dominguez stated, "The dance was
impressive and well-planned. The
student council did a great job". Billy
Robinson added, "I had a great time
and the DI was dynamite".
The 1987 Valentine King and Queen are
Moore and Cristal Miles.
Stephanie Beers waits for the court to be presented while Troy Brewer asks Christy Matthews for the
SEN IORS: Carl Campbell, Sandy Staab, Brian Iones, and Laura Powell.
IUNIORS: Cary Blair, Amy Smelser, Craig Blair, and Lisa Curlin.
SOPHOMORES: Michael Bailey, Lisa Hall, Paul Bohme, and Shanna Vines. FRESHMEN: Alfred Martinez, Temby Tumer, Isaac Clark, and Lisa McCoy.
Eerrenski Woodley tries to show Claudia Davila
ow to do the whop to Control .
Sean johnson and Christine I-locker dance to "A
Brand New Lover".
Charles Taylor, Keith Lewis, Yolonzo Moore,
and David jones do the snake to "Hit and Run."
Valentine Dance 35
A Company of Wayward Saints
The one act play, A Company of
Wayward Saints, was a great success.
The cast won first place in district and
advanced to regionals. This play was
based on the traditional Commedia
Dell' Arte Theater of Italy and France.
The play was written by George Her-
man. Ms. McFarland stated, "I was
very pleased. The company worked
with a professional demeanor for six
weeks, and their ability as performers
In the play, the company presented
the whole history of man. They
depicted the history of "Everyman" in
birth, adolesence, marriage, and
death. It was a mosaic of the profes-
sion of life, redeemed by humor and
human understanding. The first part
was an amusing slapstick entertain-
ment, and the second part made a
point about how pride and arrogance
destroyed collective efforts.
The cast consisted of nine
characters who performed in the style
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Rodriguezj are tempted by the snake CMarce1
36 A Company ofWayward Saints
of improvisation. Cheles Rhynes said,
"I was Pantalone. We all had fun per-
forming, and I thought it was an
enlightening experience. The cast was
great to work with." Pam Davis
stated, "We rehearsed for two
months. It was hard at first because
the play was so different, but we
worked through it, and the play was a
Everyone seemed to enjoy the play.
The cast, crew, ushers, spectators, and
the director, Ms. McFarland, were all
pleased with the performance.
Dwayne Watson said, "I thought the
play was hilarious, and it was good.
The cast was outstanding." Michelle
Foster said, "I especially liked the per-
son who played Isabella, Alphie
Rodriguez, because she was a good
actress." Karen Garrison added, "I
thought it was really good. Pam Davis
was funny, and her clothes were
hilarious. She made the play."
Tristana fGregg Suttlej and Dottore fFred Hallj
listen while Harlequin fOtis Whitmorej in-
troduces Commedia Dell' Arte.
Scapino QMarcel Davisj introduces A Company
The two lovers QGregg Suttle amd Alpi-
Rodriguezj greet each other.
fter the assembly, Bill Hasty, Christia Fuller, LeTracy Thomas, Dr. Criner, Ricky Phillips, and Deidra
Walton discuss the curriculum at Texas Southem University.
emy Bigham Doris Sandifer Marlon Walker
lhita Williamson, and Marco Luna watch artist,
r. Arthello Beck, sketch a student.
Samuell was successful in present-
ing a variety of activities and pro-
grams designed to recognize the
achievements of Black Americans.
Vanda Edwards stated, "I was glad
they gave appropriate recognition to
Black Americans." c
February was the designated Black
History Month, and Ms. Walker was
the chairman of the Cultural
Awareness Committee. There were
several activities planned including an
art display, guest speakers, an essay
contest, and announcements about
the contributions of Black Americans.
Kelly Martinez has problems with the ladder
while putting up a sign advertising the Black
Dance Theater's upcoming performance.
To culminate the activities for Black
History Month, the Dallas Black
Dance Theater performed at Samuell
Friday evening, February 28th. Ms.
McFarland said, "It was a wonderful
opportunity for our students to work
with such talented dancers." Ms.
Wormley added, "Black Dance
Theater was an exciting art form. The
Cultural Arts Committee was com-
mended for their effort put into the
program. I thought the attitude of the
students should have been more
receptive and less apathetic."
Black History Month 37
The seniors 1Cristal Miles, Missi Braswell,
Monica Hamiltonj "Hokey I'okey" around.
Starlets in revue
Although it seemed like it would
never get here, the Starlet show final-
ly arrived. The original date for the
show was March 27th, but due to
stage and rehearsal complications, it
was postponed until April 24th at
7:30 p.m. in the school auditorium.
Russell Ansley stated, "It was the best
show I have ever seen in my four
years at Samuellf'
Even though the Starlets did not
have much time to practice on the
stage, the show seemed to go very
well, and both students and parents
were very pleased. Tracie Hampton
said, "The show took a lot of work
and extra time because of problems
38 Starlet Revue
Annette Garcia is "Somewhere in the World."
The 1987 Sta
with the backdrop and music, but it
turned out to be real good." Cynthia
Espinoza added, "I felt the long prac-
tices paid off, and the show was a col-
lection of our hard work during the
The sound, stage lights, and cur-
tains were operated by Ms. McFarland
and her class. Tammy and Sherri
Davenport operated the spotlights.
julie Cranberry said, "The Starlet
show was put together very well.
Everyone that I was with really en-
joyed it." Gregg Suttle added, "I liked
working with the Starlets. It was nice
to be part of something like their
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rlets are in "America
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This time the faculty didn't just
watch the students. They played
against them. The studentffaculty
basketball game was held in March
during seventh period. "lt was very
enjoyable but tiring," stated Coach
Both teams agreed that it was a
good game, but as to which side
should have won, this was not agreed
upon. Coach Peterson said, "We did
our usual job and beat up on the
seniors." Otis Whitmore added, "The
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Coach johnson dribbles down the court to
make the winning point.
Coach Pierce tries to pass the ball while F.T. Pratt and Otis
40 Studentfliaculty Basketball
game was played with the idea of
good sportsmanship. We, the
students, played to have fun, not to
The game ended with the faculty
ahead 37 to 28. Arthur Williams said,
"Life just doesn't seem fair." Coach
johnson stated, "The game was a lot
of fun. They could have won, they
just gave us old guys a break." Coach
Grounds said, "It was a fun event,
and I just loved making shots."
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Marcel Davis attacks the basket.
rathy Freeman and Bryant Williams dance to "Shy
kie Busby waits anxiously for the announce-
Ent of the court.
lust hanging out
It was a night to remember for the
special education students who held
their spring dance on Friday, May lst,
from 7:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. in the
school cafeteria. All students were
allowed to participate in the corona-
tion, and the winners were chosen at
random by Dr. Hughey. The theme
for the dance was lust Hanging Out.
Angela Ruelas said, "I enjoyed the rap
music they played."
Ms. Ray said, "It was an exceptional
dance for exceptional students." The
king and queen were Darron Williams
and Karen Davis, the prince and
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Prince, johnny Smith, shows off his ribbon to
princess were johnny Smith and An-
nabell Ortiz, and the duke and
duchess were Bryant Williams and
Cathy Freeman. The king and queen
received trophies, and the rest of the
court received ribbons.
Refreshments such as finger sand-
wiches, chips, cookies, peanuts, cake,
and punch were provided for the
students. Darron Williams stated, "I
had fun at the dance, and I was sur-
prised to get king. The trophy was
nice." Karen Davis added, "I was glad
I got queen since it was my last year at
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to "You've Got It All." K - about being named queen and king.
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lt was risky business for the juniors
to hold their dance in the school
cafeteria on Friday, March 13th. The
money raised from this dance went
into their fund for next year to help
with their senior activities. Lori
Zachary said, "I felt the dance was
financially successful. The purpose of
the dance, of course, was to have a
good time. Generally, this held true
for our dance. There were a few pro-
blems, but we had a good time."
From 7:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., D1
Robert Grimmett produced dynamic
Angela jones and Robin Fowler "Get Into The Groove".
It's Amy Smelser's bad luck to arrive late to the
Bad Luck Bash.
42 junior Dance
sounds for students to dance to. joann
Tabaniag stated, "The junior dance
was a fun way to raise money for the
senior class of 1988. The music was
good until the amplifier broke, but the
dance went well anyway."
"I enjoyed the dance. There were
problems with the sound equipment,
but that was just typical for Friday the
13th. We made good money for our
class fund," said Bill Hasty. The junior
class earned about eight hundred
dollars and had a good time.
Shanna Vines and jimmy Coronado slow dance
"Let's Wait Awhile".
Terrence Culberson anxiously waits for Lucret
Ieremy Martin and Kelly Fitzgerald slow dance
Taylor and Ioann Tabaniag to serve him a drink.
to "Love You Down".
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them to dance.
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Being chosen by their peers was an
honor to the underclassmen favorites
who were announced at the awards
assembly on May 8th, Each class
voted fora boy and a girl from their
grade level as their favorites. The win-
ners from each grade received a cer-
tificate at the awards assembly.
The junior class favorites were Amy
Smelser and Jimmy Coronado.
Sophomore class favorites were Tarita
Young and IoAnthony McGee, and
the freshman class favorites were Lisa
McCoy and Damon Samford. Tarita
Young stated, "I was very surprised,
and I'm glad everyone thought
enough of me to vote for me as a
favorite." Amy Smelser added, "I was
surprised to hear my name
announced. I never expected to
receive such an honor."
Most students seemed to agree that
the choice of favorites went to the
right students. Chris Muir said, "I
thought that everyone who was
chosen earned the title." Shanna
Vines said, "I thought everyone that
was picked deserved it."
Underclassmen Favorites 43
A jam, Jamaican
Fresh air and enthusiasm filled the
courtyard as Spartans danced at the
Jamaican Iam that was held on Friday,
April 10th, sponsored by the student
' Non-alcoholic pina coladas were
served to help keep spirits in the
Iamaican mood. Kristy Cobb said, "l
had fun at the dance, and I liked the
pina coladasf' "The decorations and
the pina coladas at the dance were
great. I especially liked the little
pineapples," stated Tonya Vail.
Loud music with a dancing beat
could be heard coming from the
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"Brand New Lover."
44 jamaican lam
courtyard. Most students seemed to
be pleased with the Dj, Gus Care
rizales. "The dance was a real success,
and everything really looked nice.
The DI was the best yet," said Allen
Christian. Robert Bailey added, "The
music made the dance a success. It
had a beat to it that made everyone
want to get up and dance."
"lt was a great way to start off the
new season," said Crissy Ortiz. Terry
Carol said, "The Iamaican Iam had to
be the best dance we had. Nothing
beats dancing under the stars on a
cool spring night."
Samantha Worley, Annette Garcia, and
Stefanie Smith dance to "Head to Toe."
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Stacey Yates, Angela Lovejoy, Christy Mil
Deedra Brown, Amy Clement, and Annette Gar
are "Dancing on the Ceiling."
Carlette Armstrong and Lashun Hall patiently w
for someone to buy a pina colada.
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Laura Loeb signs her qualifications for senior class secretary while Ms. Allison interprets.
n Davis, candidate for vice-president, greets her
is with a smile of confidence.
Changing of the guard
Candidates stated the facts, their
beliefs, and what they planned to do
for their class and the school. The stu-
dent council assembly was held on
April 7th to elect class and student
body officers and representatives for
next year. Carrie Stone said, "The
assembly definitely helped me decide
who I wanted to vote for."
The candidates gave one to two
minute speeches and announced what
office they were running for. "It
helped me see the different can-
didates because sometimes I saw
posters in the hall and didn't know
Lori Zachary makes campaign promises in the
student council elections.
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Bill Hasty, Eric Woods, Claudia Davila, and Ioann Tabaniag
wait anxiously to give their campaign speeches.
who the students were," said Cheles
Rhynes. Lisa McCoy added, "I liked
listening to the people, but some of
the students in the audience were
"If the candidates were prepared,
this was when we found out. It also
helped me decide who I was going to
choose. I didn't want anyone who
wasn't sure of themselves," said Faith
Tomlinson. Claudia Davila stated, "I
was nervous at first, but I think that
helped me." Bill Hasty added, "The
assembly went very well, and the stu-
dent body was well behaved."
Student Council Election 45
IESTERS!-the final curtain
The JESTERSI Show was a night
for the IESTERS! to shine, sparkle,
and show what they could do. Gn
May 18th, in the school auditorium,
the 1986-1987 JESTERS! had their last
performance, and the next year's
IESTERS! were announced. Mr. Can-
non said, "Everything went excellent
this year. lt was the best show since
l've been here. l had a lot of great
The IESTERS! worked hard and
practiced everyday during fifth
period. Billy Robinson said, "l really
enjoyed practicing on the show. We
all had a lot of fun." Russell Ansley
Shawn Webb "Doesn't Mind the Thorns as
Long as There ls a Rose."
46 IESTERS! Show
stated, "Being in the show was fun
because the choreography was dif-
ferent." Cristal Miles added, "1 en-
joyed working on the show because
we sang a lot of good songs."
There were many fine acts per-
formed by the IESTERSY. Among
these were Billy Robinson singing
"Ocean Front Property", Katie Karlen
and Russell Ansley singing "Always",
and Elisa Thompson and Albert
Paredes singing "Endless Love." julie
Cranberry stated, "I enjoyed the
show because it seemed to be organ-
ized and without problems."
Sherri Wafford dreams of being a "Ballerina
Sherri Wafford, john White, and Marcella
Shawn Webb and Elisa Thompson know
Ricky Martin tells Shawn Webb, Terry Carol, Albert Paredes, and Billy Robinson about the "Deep i
Kerry goes coast to coast in the basketball
Special kids do special things
Special games were sponsored for
special students by a special group.
The Allied Youth sponsored the
Special Olympics for the Special
Education Department on April 25th,
at the Pleasant Oaks Recreation
Center. The event included such ac-
tivities as the basketball shoot,
wheelchair race, and running relay.
Participation was good and many
students felt honored to be a part of it.
Terry Carol said, "It made me feel
David Ford pushes Katherine Cato to a victory in the wheelchair race.
good knowing that I was doing
something to help others." Michael
Rogers added, "It was very moving
seeing the joy on the faces of all those
The event was also supported by
students who weren't involved with
it. Brenda Billings stated, "I thought it
was great to see that people really
care enough to make sure that
everybody gets to enjoy life."
Michael Rogers helps Ricardo Pineda in the
Laura Woody cheers Christopher Brown and Willie Taylor in
the wheelchair relay. C
Special Olympics 47
Funn how time flies
It was a memorable evening for the
IROTC who held their military ball on
Saturday, May 2nd, at the Marriott
Hotel. The events took place from
7:30 p.mf until 12:00. Damita King
said, "I had an excellent time at the
military ball. The room was pretty,
and the music was good."
The evening began with a receiving
line, followed by dinner, the awards
ceremony, a break, the crowning of
the queen, and the dance. Earnest
Hughes said, "To me, the military ball
was spectacular. Everything went
great." The theme for the dance was
"Funny How Time Flies When You're
At 9:25 p.m., army instructor, lst
Robert Davis kisses the hand of the Mistress of
Sgt. Henry T. Bivins, crowned the
queen and her court. The queen was
Christia Fuller, and the runner-up was
Deborah Wilson. The princess was
Gayla Knowles, and the runner-up
was Latisha Wheaton. LaTracy
Thomas said, 'tl thought that the
crowning of the queen went well."
Several awards were given at the
ball. Robert Davis received the
Distinguished Cadet Award, Cynthia
Tolbert of LD1 and Derrick Todd of
LD2 received the Superior Cadet
Award. The Scholastic Excellence
Award was given to Warren Fields of
LD1, Gayla Knowles of LD2, Damita
King of LD3, and Deborah Wilson of
Mr. Bill Morgan presents the Sons of American
Revolution Award to Leticia Martinez.
Princess candidate Carmen Duncan is escorted
The Military Ball court are Deborah Wilson, Cynthia Tolbert, LaTracy Thomas, Dawn Scott, Lucretia Taylor, Christia Fuller is announced as queen of
Tonya Smith, Christia Fuller, Gayla Knowles, Latisha Wheaton, Carmen Duncan, Darla Bell, Hazel Haynes, and Military Ball.
48 Military Ball
mita King, Warren Fields, Gayla Knowles, and Deborah Wilson receive Academic Achievement Robert Davis and Les McFarland present the
fards from Ms. Best in Texas
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Frazier Reed enjoys his meal of beef stroganoff, potatoes,
marinated vegetables, and rolls.
David Piper, Christia Fuller, Gayla Knowles, and Den'ick Todd dance to "Always."
Military Ball 49
The competition at UIL was tough,
but the Spartans did very well. There
were many students who participated
in the all-day event at Skyline High
School on Saturday, March 14th.
Students who did exceptionally well
and placed first, second, or third ad-
vanced to regionals at Dallas Baptist
University on April 25th. Ms. Thomas
said, "UIL was tough competition. It
was hard, and many students seemed
to get nervous when they got there."
Kathleen Slaven said, "UIL made
me very nervous, but I did enjoy it."
Cecilia Guerra added, "I thought it
was a good experience because I got
to see how good I was compared to
students from other schools."
Shenekqua Robertson added, "I felt
that UIL was one of the most in-
teresting competitions that took
The events in which the Spartans
entered were: speech, journalism,
English, math, business, and science.
Chad Heddin said, "Being in the UIL
competition was a valuable ex-
perience." Students were drilled and
coached by various teachers including
Ms. McFarland, Ms. Bell, Ms. Adams,
Ms. Braden, Ms. Russell, Ms. Thomas,
Mr. Nicholson and Ms. Carron.
Tommy Courson, Earl McGib-
boney, jason Penland, Ray Hulse,
Cheles Rhynes, Shenekqua Robert-
son, Pam Davis, Curtis Pena, Bill Has-
ty and Ron Chaney all advanced to
regionals. Tommy Courson, who
placed third in ready writing, said,
"Participating in the UIL competition
was an enriching experience."
Debate: Ron Chaney.
Typing: Cecilia Guerra, Virlesia Watts.
journalism: Ray Hulse, Tommy Courson, Kathleen Slaven,
Shorthand: Rhonda Miller. Spelling: Venetta Gipson, jason Penland.
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Science: Terry Carol, David Ford.
Math: Bill Hasty, Terry Carol, Curtis Pena, Hien Nguyen.
eech:F10ntRow- Lori Guerra, Pam Davis, Shenekqua Robertson. Back Row- Cheles Rhynes, Otis Whit- Ready Writing: Tommy Courson, H9CfOr AmadOr, Clay
ure, Gregg Suttle. Carroll.
A step toward perfection
Anticipation, nervousness, and ex-
citement were felt by many students
as they waited for the honor roll,
outstanding students, superlatives,
and scholarships to be announced at
the May 8th, awards assembly. Faith
Tomlinson said, "I received an award
for lettering in swimming, and it
made me feel very good about
myself." Carrie Stone added, "I was
given an award for helping special
education students and for par-
ticipating in SADD."
The 1987-1988 student body of-
ficers were in charge of organizing
and presenting the assembly. Most
people were pleased with the agenda
for the program. Russell Ansley
stated, "The assembly ran smoothly,
but it was rather long." Vanda Ed-
Shenekqua Robertson shows off her trophies
for outstanding work in theater.
52 Awards Assembly
wards said, "The program was well
organized, and the awards were well
deserved." Barbra Dempsey added,
"Some assemblies can get wild, but
this one was calm and in control." Ms.
Rhoads said, "The assembly was very
well planned and executed."
A variety of awards were given in-
cluding UIL awards, perfect atten-
dance awards, and athletic awards.
Shaynor Newsome stated, "I received
the Presidential Fitness Award, UIL
Scholar Award, and Superlative.
Those awards made my day." Adrian
Sims said, "My track award gave me a
wonderful sense of accomplishment."
Not pictured are Otis Whitmore,
Outstanding Drama Student and
Nathalie Prieur, Outstanding ln-
dustrial Arts Student.
Kelly Hurley receives the Presidential Academic Award from Lori Hoppert and B111 Hasty
Missi Braswell Carl Campbell Vanessa Camper Sherrie Cosby Tommy Courson Karen Davis David Ford
Social Studies Athletics Home Economics Art English Special Education Mathematics and
Misty Lybrand Ricky Martin
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'eive math team awards from Bill Hasty.
Tracie Hampton Marshall Vance
Ms. Craig presents Jason Penland with a three
thousand dollar academic scholarship to East Texas
David Piper Glenn Stone Angela Sudkamp Stacy Wagner
ROTC German French Deaf Education
Senior Superlatives David Jocoy, Robert Bailey, Dee Wedgeworth, and Yolanda jackson
Dr. Hughey receives the W.T. White Team Trophy
from Walter Carter.
Awards Assembly 53
A new breed
The traditional Blue and Gold
game, held on May 22nd, was a
beginning for some and the ending for
others. Billy Watson said, "I enjoyed
the game because there were a lot of
Spartans there, and we finally won a
While the 1986-1987 varsity
cheerleaders, banner team, Spartan
Image and senior Starlets had their
last performances, the 1987-1988 var-
sity cheerleaders and Starlets were
both anxious and nervous about their
first performances. Corian Lemmon
said, "I enjoyed the half time show. It
was very enjoyable." Also, during
half time, the senior athletes were
recognized, along with the announce-
The deaf cheerleaders dance to "Tequelia."
Allen Christian, Bill Hasty, and Gina McCoppin
54 BluefGold Game
ment of the 1987-1988 Spartan Image
and banner team. The band also had
their last chance to perform. They
played "Off the Line", "I Feel For
You", and "Land of a Thousand
The game was a time for the Spar-
tans to gather, pay homage to the
new, and say goodbye to the old.
Terry Withrow stated, "The game was
good, but I liked watching half time
and talking to my friends." Ieff Cox
added, "Half time was great. I didn't
pay much attention to the game
because I knew we would win."
As the game ended, the Blue team
defeated the Gold team by a score of
16 to 7.
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Roy Fleming cuts to the inside to escape from Danny Goines.
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he best." What's So ing on a retum.
The senior athletes celebrate at half time.
Cindy Aynes asks Who Are the Spartans? The senior Starlets are straight "Out of Egypt" at half time of the BluefGold game.
B1uefGold Game 55
Seniors "Never Say Goodbye"
An elegant ballroom, good music,
and a nice dinner made the senior
prom a night to remember. Everyone
began arriving at the Registry Hotel at
7:30 p.m. on May 16th. Tickets, which
were 5835.00 a person, provided each
person a dinner, dancing, a prom pic-
ture frame, and a key chain that
resembled the tickets. Gloria Iohnson
stated, "I really enjoyed the prom. It
was something that I will remember
Dinner, which was served at 8:30,
consisted of a salad, cornish hen
stuffed with wild rice, green beans,
carrots, and apple strudel for dessert.
Ray Hulse said, "I thought the dinner
was great. It was very well prepared,
and I enjoyed it thoroughly."
The Grand March began at 10:00
p.m. This was a time for the seniors to
be presented and recognized. Crissy
Ortiz said, "The Grand March was
special to me because I marched with
a good friend of mine, Kevan
William Roberson and Patrice Webb anxiously wait for
favorites to be announced.
Ferguson. It was something I'll always
remember." Only seniors from
Samuell could participate in this ac-
tivity, so it made the march even more
special. Cynthia Espinoza and john
White announced the seniors. This
was followed by the senior TORCH
staff members announcing senior
Special memories that the seniors
would remember for a long time were
made that night. Lisa Braswell said, "I
thought that all of the preparations for
the prom were excellent, everything
was great." Cynthia Espinoza stated,
"The Registry was the perfect setting
for such a memorable event."
The fun did not stop at 1:00 a.m.
when the dance ended. The seniors
and their dates found other places to
celebrate. Tommy Courson said, "I
went to the Sheraton and enjoyed the
company of my friends." Vanda Ed-
wards said, "We went to the West
End and rode the horse and carriage."
Lance Phillips and Monica Hamilton can't wait to
cruise in the corvette after the prom.
Michael Paschall steals a quick kiss from Cynthia Espinoza.
Darren Veail and Chantay Durham are "Somewhere Out There."
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Patrick Baty escorts Stacy Nerhood in the
Russell Finley and Angela Sudkamp "Always"
Shawn Webb and Vanda Edwards announce
Most Handsome and Most Beautiful.
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Brenda Billings and Daryl Miller cut loose to
"Twist and Shout" at the Registry.
After a delicious meal, Lorraine Rodriguez sits
Derrick Woodard does the "jail House Rock." Kevan Ferguson and Crissy Ortiz are
back and the DI
the Grand March.
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Billy Robinson, Ricky Martin, and Shawn Webb remind the 1987 seniors to "Respect Yourself."
Heidi Cook and Shaynor Newsome discuss after prom plans.
he Supremes, Felicia Woods, Stephanie Benson, and Adriane james lip synch t
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john White asks Cristal Miles if he can eat her apple strudel.
enjoys her comish hen and wild
The announcement of the .renior favoritet
had been anticipated jhr a long tirne, but the
tirnefinally arrived at the protn on May 16th.
After the grand rnarch, the .renior inetnberf W'
the TORCH Jtaf announced favoritef. The
.renior TORCH rnetnbert were Robert Bailey,
Billy Robinfon, Donovan Tanner, Michael
Rogerf, Bonny Niccollf, Danny Dominguez,
Cynthia Efpinoza, Vanda Edwards, Dottie
Bellah, john White, Lorraine Rodriguez,
Monica Hamilton, Terry Carol, Brenda Bill-
ingf, Raffell Anfley, Critfy Ortiz, Criftal
Milef, Chuck Love, Barbra Detnpfey, and
Shawn Webb. Being Jelected df a ienior
favorite wat a fpecial honor becatue these
Jtttdentt were voted on by their peert. Cynthia
Efpinoza, Min Satnnell, faid, "I wat very
amazed when it wat announced. Getting Min
Satnttell wax an honor." Rttffell Anfley, Mott
Dependable, added "You can depend on ine. "
"I wat Jttrprifed and excited, " faid Brenda
Billingf, Rttnnerdtp Mott School Spirit. Carl
Campbell said, HI way very proud to receive
runner-up fbr Moet Athletic. " Sherri Wayftrd
added, 'Alt wa: neat to get Moft Talented, bot
what rnade it neater wat getting the award
with Shawn." The winnerf and rtznnerf-ap
each received certijicatet and had their pic-
tvref taken after they were announced.
Michael Roger: and Barbra Dentpfey announce jeff
and Keidra Moore dJ Bef! Dreued.
Mr. and Miss Samuell Most Likely To Succeed
Lance Phillips Monica Hamilton
Cynthia Espinoza Terry Carol
Most Dependable Most Talented
Russell Ansley Sherri Wufford
Vanda Edwards Shawn Webb
Most Beautiful Most Athletic
Laura Powell Yolanda jackson
Most Handsome james Higgins
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Best Dressed Most School Spmt
jeff Tatum Sandy Staab
Kezdra Moore Robert Buzley
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Mini Bmiufell David Ford john Whiie Ori: Whitnzare
Arthur William! Criny Ortiz
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Best Dressed Most Athletic Most School Spirit
Pairirk Baly Stephanie Benmn Brenda Billing!
LaRfmda Reevef Carl Campbell Tommy Cannon
Seniors of '87 are spectacular
The Senior Spectacular was an
event no one missed. This was when
the class of 1987 said good-bye to
their friends, classmates, teachers,
and other school personnel. The show
was presented on Friday, May 29th, at
7:30 p.m. for the parents and on Mon-
day, Iune 1st, for the students at
school. Alfred Martinez said, "The
assembly was really funny. I enjoyed
it more than I have any of the others."
The chairman of the senior
assembly committee was Mr. Iack
Cannon. Mr. Cannon said, "The show
went as well as could be expected.
The technical aspects were the best
they had ever been." There were fif-
teen acts in the show, as well as the
traditional student body president's
farewell and the senior class presi-
dent's farewell. Honor graduates and
scholarships were announced, along
with the final cheer by the varsity
cheerleaders, the presentation of the
time capsule, and the final singing of
the alma mater which ended the
Everyone seemed to enjoy the
assembly. Michael Reagan said, "It
was surprisingly good. Otis Whitmore
was a trip." Coach Miller added, "The
show was really good, and the
Starlets were excellent."
There were several emcees for the
show. They were Robert Bailey,
Marcel Davis, Fred Hall, Ray Hulse,
Ricky Martin, Billy Robinson, Mitch
Rogers, Brenda Watts, Shawn Webb,
Otis Whitmore, and Arthur Williams.
Crai Iones Wes Cox Dan Dominguez, Roger Finley, and Iason Penland jam while Carl Campbell
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Jennifer Graham sings "Nobody".
Kelly Walker jason Penland, and Kevan Ferguson play while Jeff Tatum and Braun Porter look for "My Girl." Cynthia Espinoza loves "Breaking Out."
Brian jones sings ' Paranoia.
64 Senior Spectacular
Jewel Benjamin, LeQuisa Iohnson, and
hael Rogers doesn't kn
Terry Carol, Monica Hamilton, and Lucy
Chang are nresented with srhnlarshins,
The varsity cheerleaders do Let's Go Spartans for the last time.
Anita Thompson, Erbie Iohnson, Chantay Durham, and Debresha Walls are "Fast Girls."
Russell Ansley, senior class president, con-
gratulates the seniors on being the best.
66 Senior Spectacular
Stacy Wagner knows that "Somewhere Out Th
awaits success for the seniors.
The senior IESTERS! sing "Showing Us the Way" to their parents.
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The senior Starlets dance their way "Out of Egypt."
The senior choir members tell the seniors to always "Reach For a Star." Eeeaiggifziatggievriig, 222323, to get good
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the student body.
Senior Spectacular 67
Teachers saw students every day at
their best and at their worst, under
great pressure and in informal situa-
tions. Some students performed well
for one teacher while others perform-
ed well for many teachers. Of the two
hundred and seventy-one students in
the class of 1987, 89 students were
nominated by the faculty as being
superlative seniors. Of those 89,
twenty-four received three votes or
more and were selected for Senior
Superlative. In nominating, teachers
considered responsibility, depen-
dability, peer rapport, attitude, and
Ms. McCollum commented, "I real-
ly had to think before I wrote down
my nominations. I had many fine
seniors who deserved to be recogniz-
ed. Some students I really felt deserv-
ed it were not nominated by other
teachers." Mr. Richards added, "I had
three excellent students. I knew exact-
ly who I wanted to nominate."
NHS-Student Directory Chairman, Allied Youth,
Spanish Club, French Club, Latin Club-Pres., Sr. Pub,
Camp Enterprise, Academic Decathlon, "A" Honor Roll,
"B" Honor Roll.
Tony Cervantes said, "I was sur-
prised when I was selected a Senior
Superlative. I had only been at
Samuell one year, so I really didn't
know a lot of teachers, and, therefore,
I never expected it." Yolanda Iackson
said, "I was both pleased and surpris-
ed. I was proud that I was selected."
Robert Bailey said, "I was proud. It
made me realize all my hard work
these last four years had paid off."
Lucy Chang said, "My first thought
was about how proud my parents
would be." Curtis Pena added, "I
couldn't believe it. When they an-
nounced my name, I said to myself
The twenty-four superlatives were
announced on Friday, May 8th in the
awards assembly. Junior TORCH
members Tracie Hampton and Amy
Smelser announced the winners,
while Ricky Phillips and Ioann
Tabaniag presented the winners with
V. Baseball, Student Council, Sr. Pub,
TORCH , FCA, Woods and Waters, Executive
Assistants Program, FHA.
Student Council-Pres., NHS-Sec., Banner 'I
Allied Youth, IESTERS!-Sec., FHA-Sec., P
SAC, TORCH , Sr. Pub, "A" Honor
Honor Roll, Razz-Ma-Tuzz-Emcee, IESTERS!
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Starlets-Capt., Starlet Revue, Razz-Ma-Tazz , St-
dent Council-V. Pres., TORCH -Editor-in-chit
Who's Who in American Drill Teams, NHS-Trea
Allied Youth, FCA.
SCOA, Concert Choir, Allied Youth-Treas.,
lSTERS!, NHS-V. Pres., TORCH , Sr. Pub, Damn
znkees , Razz-Ma-Tuzz -Emcee, Sr. Class Pres.,
IA, Student Council.
NHS-Pres., Banner Team, Allied Youth, "A"
onor Roll, "B" Honor Roll, FCA, Soccer-All City
cademic Athletic Team, Camp Enterprise, Sr.
ub, Lab Band.
V. Cheerleader, Woods and Waters, TORCH ,
Sr. Pub, Soccer, Razz-Ma-Tuzz , "B" Honor Roll.
DECA-Chairperson, Student Council.
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Starlets, NHS, Razz-Mu-Tazz , Starlet Revue.
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V. Football, Powerlifting.
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Student Council, Student Body-Sec.,
Starlets-lst Sr. Lieut., Sr. Pub, Starlet Revue,
Homecoming Queen, Razz-Mu-Tazz, Allied
Youth, TORCH , "B" Honor Roll.
Tennis, V. Volleyball, junior NAD, V. Basket-
ball, "B" Honor Roll.
NHS, French Club, Sentinel-Asst. Editor
TORCH-Copy Editor, Razz-Mu-Tazz , FCA, Studen
Council, PAC, Starlets, Sr. Pub.
V. Football, Soccer, Swim Team, Allied Youth
FCA, TORCH , NHS.
1. Volleyball-All-District, Allied Youth, V.
Zazz-Mu-Tazz, Student Council, Sr. Class-V,
es., Soccer-Capt., Tennis, TORCH, V.
eerleader, Allied Youth, FCA, Sr. Pub, "B"
inor Roll, Woods and Waters, NHS.
Soccer, Pep Club, Tennis, junior NAD.
Damn Yankees , Student Council, PAC, Con-
cert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tuzz , Starlets-Head Mgr.,
FHA-Pres., TORCH, NHS, "A" Honor Roll, "BH
Honor Roll, UIL, Sr. Pub.
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Math Team, Academic Decathlon, Perfect
NHS, Golf, French Club.
Allied Youth, Swim TeamACapt., V. Football,
Woods and Waters, Sr. Pub, Student Council,
All-City Athletic Academic Team, FCA.
Su perlatives 71
Seniors beat the
The Cedar Canyon Club was the
site for the senior picnic. Sponsored
by the PTA, the picnic was held from
four p.m. to eight p.m. on Wednes-
day, Iune 3rd. The seniors had the op-
portunity to bring a guest if they
The pool provided the seniors with
many activities such as stunt diving,
playing with the beachball and the
volleyball in the water, and sun-
bathing on the deck. The only near
tragedy was when Roger Fortner
jumped off the diving board into the
deep end of the pool when he could
not swim. Seniors also played soft-
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Fonda Sims dreams of being an olympic diver.
Vanda Edwards, Crissy Ortiz, and Cynthia Espinoza try to
catch Dottie Bellah as they race down the slide.
72 Senior Picnic
ball, volleyball, frisbee, ping pong,
and video games. The big slide also
attracted many seniors. Kevan
Ferguson said, "I had a good time.
There were a lot of things to do, and
that made it fun."
Dinner was served at about 5:30
p.m. It included barbeque brisket,
baked beans, potato salad, bread,
pickles, and fried pies. Cristal Miles
said, "I had fun swimming, getting on
the slide, and walking around the
park." Monica Hamilton added, "It
was fun because there were a variety
of things to do that kept everything
Gabino Delgado pitches the third strike of the
Christia Fuller wonders who pushed her in the
Laura Powell gets some tips from
Newsome on how to play safe baseball.
Matthew Martinez and Stacy Wagner discuss
long it will be until the barbeque is served.
Russell Ansley stretches over Bonnie Niccolls
score a point.
nette Garcia, Michelle Pierson, and Michael
gers discuss graduation parties.
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David locoy's car won't go fast enough to catch
Ada Chapman and Tina Shields tum to Yolanda Crear for the latest gossip.
Eamest Monette, William Roberson, and Patrick Baty check
out the girls in swimsuits.
Iris Steward looks for the sea monster in the
Senior Picnic 73
Seniors at the top
A fantastic view, special entertain-
ment, and good food were what the
seniors encountered at the senior lun-
cheon. It was held at the Top of the
Dome at Antares on Iune 2nd, at
11:30 a.m. The meal consisted of
salad, fruit cocktail, sirloin steak,
baked potato, broccoli, rolls, and
chocolate mousse for dessert. Bonny
Niccolls said, "It was the first time I
had been there, and I enjoyed the
view and the rotating floor. The food
was great. I liked it even better than
the prom food." Barbra Dempsey
said, "I loved it. The atmosphere was
neat, and the entertainment was
good. I was an hour late because I got
The entertainment was special
because it was our own students.
Shawn Webb, accompanied by Mr.
Cannon, and Russell Ansley, accom-
panied by Monica Hamilton, provided
the entertainment. Shawn Webb said,
"I was honored that I was asked to
sing at the luncheon. It was really
nice." Russell Ansley added, "I was a
bit nervous at first, but with a smile of
encouragement from my friends, I
Billy Robinson, Mitchell Rogers, Sherri Wafford, Ray Hulse, Ricky Martin, and Shawn Webb anticipate
the main course.
74 Senior Luncheon
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Eamest Monette enjoys his fruit cocktail.
Missi Braswell and Lisa Braswell enjoy the view
from the Top of the Dome.
Tina Smith and Kealine Vita listen to Mrs.
Penland's welcoming speech.
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Mrs. Wade gives advice to Katrina Wade and jennifer Massey. service
n White, Rev. joe D. Iohnson, Dr. Hughey, and
sse watch the seniors march in.
pired seniors listen to Rev. joe D. Iohnson's ser-
.n on the importance of education.
Baccalaureate-a sermon in sign
The Baccalaureate service, which
was held on Sunday afternoon, May
31st, at 2:30 p.m., began with the
presentation of the colors and the
pledge of allegiance. Russell Ansley,
the senior class president, then gave
the invocation, followed by two
choral selections, "Prayer of
Gratitude" and "O Be Joyful." The
sermon was given by Rev. Ioe D.
johnson, the Minister of the Silent
Church at First Baptist Church of
Dallas. In his sermon, he emphasized
the importance of a good education
and the dedication it takes to receive
it. The benediction was then given by
john White, the student body presi-
dent. The service ended with the con-
cert choir singing, "The Lord Bless
You and Keep You." Ms. Russell
stated, "It was a good service and
everything went as planned."
"I thought it was very well organiz-
ed, and it gave me a chance to wear
my cap and gown," said Vanda Ed-
wards. Joann Tabaniag said, "I went
to Baccalaureate to see my friends,
and I thought that it was special
because the minister signed the whole
sermon." Iohn White added, "The
sermon was inspirational, and it was
interesting the way he signed and
talked at the same time."
High Honors: Front Row- Kealine Vita, Dee Wedgeworth, Traci Barber, Angela Sudkamp, David F01
Mitchell Rogers, john White, Monica Hamilton. Back Row- Yolanda Crear, Terry Carol, Lucy Chang, Toi
Cervantes, Iason Penland, Magaly Garcia.
Seniors make the grade
Honor, high honor, and highest
honor graduates were announced on
Iune lst after the senior assembly.
There were thirty-five honor
graduates, fourteen high honor
graduates, and one student who
graduated with highest honors. These
positions were determined by the stu-
dent's grade point average. To
graduate with honors, a student had
to have a grade point average of 85 to
89.9, for high honors, a student had to
have a 90 to 94.9 grade point average,
and for highest honors, a student had
to have a 95 grade point average or
Following the announcement of the
honor graduates, Dr. Hughey an-
nounced Terry Carol as Salutatorian
and Monica Hamilton as Valedic-
76 High Honors
torian. These two students were rank-
ed number one and two in a class of
two hundred seventy-two. Valedic-
torian, Monica Hamilton said, "I was
really relieved when they finally an-
nounced Valedictorian and
Salutatorian. I had worked hard. I was
proud of myself." Honor graduate,
Michael Rogers said, "It was a proud
moment when I graduated with
honors. That was something I will
look back on with fond memories."
Honor graduate, Danny Dominguez
said, "My parents were proud because
I graduated with honors."
High honor graduate not pictured
was Rosa Hernandez. Honor
graduates not pictured were Missi
Braswell, Cynthia Ezpinoza, Hae-Sun
Lee, Rhonda Miller, and Crissy Ortiz.
Terry Carol and Monica Hamilton reap
rewards of twelve long years of work by bei
named salutatorian and valedictorian.
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iors: Front Row- Curtis Pena, Shaynor Newsome, Tommy Mills, Ricky Martin, Ray Hulse, Roger Finley, jeff Gilbreath, Michelle Pierson, Danny Dominguez,
hael Rogers, Khristy Vines, Billy Robinson, Glenn Stone, Russell Ansley, Floyce Whitehead. Buck Row-Shannon Killebrew, Iris Steward, Cristal Miles, Lor-
e Rodriguez, Keidra Moore, Brian Iones, Tashun Creag, Robert Bailey, Carl Campbell, Clay Carroll, Michelle Wilson, Cindy Aynes, Dottie Bellah, Sherri
As Terry Carol admires his salutatorian
medallion, Dr. Hughey presents Monica
Hamilton with the valedictorian medallion at
senior assembly on Monday, Iune lst.
Apenn for our diploma
Commencement wasn't the end, it
was the beginning for the senior class
of 1987 who graduated from Loos
Fieldhouse on Saturday, Iune 6th at
2:00 p.m. The invocation was given
by Monica Hamilton, and the concert
choir sang "Sing Unto God", "For the
Beauty of the Earth", and "Go Ye
Now In Peace". Danny Dominguez
said, "The guests were very nice.
There weren't any loud horns or
bells." Dr. Hughey welcomed
everyone, and then Ms. Hawkins
presented the Distinguished Graduate
Award to Mr. David Grounds, a
graduate of the class of 1967. In his
speech, Mr. Grounds emphasized the
importance of relationships in life. He
recalled his relationships with both
the seniors of 1987 and Ms. Adams,
his junior and senior English teacher,
who inspired him to become a
teacher. Shaynor Newsome said, "It
Iorraine Rodriguez and Michael Rogers discuss their plans
LaRonda Reeves makes sure her name is on the
was nice to have someone we all
know to speak to us. lt made the
graduation special because we were
all friends, and we knew what he was
talking about." Richard Curry, a
member of the DISD Board of Educa-
tion, presented the diplomas.
The graduation concluded with the
alma mater, the benediction by Terry
Carol, and the recessional, "Trium-
phal March from Aida." Curtis Pena
said, "It's finally over." Unikki
Williams stated, "My senior year went
by really fast."
Some students presented Mr.Curry
with a penny in return for their
diploma and after the ceremony,
several threw their caps in the air.
Shawn Webb said, "I slapped a penny
in his hand in exchange for my
diploma. I think he had a pocket full
The class of 1987 is together for the la t time
Smiling with relief, Angela Sudkamp is glad Ms Adams and Ms McCollum help Kealine
graduation has finally arrived. take 'ter first step to the future
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Donald Mokry sing the Alma Mater for the last time.
Leticia Martinez says, "Mom, I got my
Danny Dominguez gets a last hug before graduation from Cynthia Espinoza.
It's obvious that Iennifer Massey made it.
Brenda Billings and Hector Salazar march with
"Pomp and Circumstancef'
Curtis Pena contemplates his future.
Lucy Chang makes sure her hat is flat on her hea
ice Phillips admires Monica Hamilton's valedic- ' Dottie Bellah smiles at the thou ht of
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Dorothy Wooten and April King march out to
"Triumphal March from Aida."
Dr. Hughey gives some words of wisdom to Ray Hulse, Brian
jones, 1effGilbreath, and Roger Finley.
Carl Campbell tries to maintain control of the ball against Bryan Adams
Villiam Roberson concentrates as he shoots a free
hrow against the Cougars.
Keeping in shape, attending early
morning practices, and keeping up
grades were all necessary to par-
ticipate in athletics at Samuell. Girls
and boys participated in a variety of
team and individual sports. Re-
gardless of whether a student chose
an individual or a team sport, hard
work and dedication were necessary.
Team sports included football, girls'
and boys' basketball, girls' and boys'
soccer, and baseball. David Wilson
said, "I played football, and I think
that the 'no pass, no play' rule made
Yolanda jackson spikes the ball against the
Raiders with assistance from Stacy Wagner.
the players who wanted to play work
harder on their schoolwork." Carl
Campbell added, "I played both foot-
ball and soccer. I enjoyed working
and pulling together with a group. It
made both soccer and football more
Individual sports included cross
country, track, swimming, powerlift-
ing, and tennis. Samantha Worley
said, "I played tennis because it was
fun, and it kept me in shape. I liked
the competition and the compan-
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Front Row: jay Moser, Robert Nobles, Derrick johnson, Carl Campbell, Charles Bowen, Fred Hall, Hubert Reece, Max Taub, Earl McGibboney. Row 2: Rick
Ansley, Roy Waters, David jones, Arthur Williams, Keith Lewis, Shamond Cozine, Tony johnson, Oliver London, Ron Chaney, Tony Cervantes. Row 3: Coat
Grounds, Coach Smith, Coach Stokes, Alphie Kirkendoff, jay Spears, Ronnie Land, Mark Busby, jeff Stephens, David Ford, Anthony Greenlee, Eric Menefs
Ray Hulse, Bruce jones, Coach johnson, Coach Pasqua. Back Row: Dax Williams, Otis Whitmore, Eldred Harris, Eric Woods, Michael Rogers, Comelia Darde
Ricky Martin, Roosevelt Gray, Yolonzo Moore, jerry Darden.
Varsity struggles through winless season
Although the Spartans ended the
season with a disappointing 0-10
record, there was a victory of the spirit
for the varsity football team. The team
went into each game with the attitude
that they could win this one. As the
season passed and the losses con-
tinued to pile up, they did not give up
but continued to be up, ready, and op-
timistic. According to Cornelia
Darden, "The team won a victory of
the heart and mind. We kept trying
and learned to never give up. We will
be better men for this."
The team practiced many long and
hard hours preparing for the season.
The Spartan team had many tactics
that they planned to use on their op-
ponents, but nothing seemed to go
84 Varsity Football
their way. Bruce jones said, "We had
a great season, but everything we
were trying to do did not work the
way we had planned."
The team was determined to learn
from their mistakes, and they grew
together in spirit, ability, and
strength. Ricky Martin stated, "We
tried to start fresh after each loss and
prepare ourselves for a victory the
Four varsity players were chosen to
the All-District Football Team: First
Team-jeff Stephens, Second Team-
Eldred Harris, Ricky Martin, and Otis
Whitmore. Eldred Harris said, "I felt
very proud to be on the All-District
team because l had never gotten
anything like that before."
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Otis Whitmore struggles to put the Spartans in a scoring position against Bryan Adams.
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more than Charles Bowen can bear.
Eldred Harris, Ricky Martin, and Coach
Grounds discuss defensive strategy against
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Varsity managers, Max Taub and lay Moser, wait for their
duties to begin at the Skyline game.
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jeff Stephens knows the agony of defeat at the SOC game.
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Eldred Harris morns after the loss to South
At the Roosevelt game, with help from Rob
Nobles and Oliver London, Otis Whitmo
sacrifices all for a first down,
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Carl Campbell Eldred Harris Tony Cervantes Roy Waters Fred Hall Alphie Kirkendoff Otis Whitmore
Kicker Cornerback Strong Saftey Wide Receiver Comerback Tailback Fullback
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epel the Skeeters attack. David jones, and left' Stephens await the South center of the field for the coin toss at the Mesquite
Garland offense. game.
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Front Row: Calvert Nelson, Bruce Anderson, Craig Vance, Brandon Evans, Tim Fields, Michael Bailey, Oscie Iohnson, Brian Hauerwas, David Cox. Row 2: T
Price, Lupe Garza, David Wilson, Bill Young, Aubrey Lee, Brian Moncrief, Duane Cleere, Donald Carter, Jeremy Bigham, Cralig Blair, Terrance Wade, Wil
Bailey. Row 3: Coach Oli hant, Davidy Moon, Charles Taylor, Corey Dickerson, Walter Carter, Kevin McCullough, Ierry Sands, erman I-Ia nes, Michael Wa
ren, Chad Heddin, Napolleon Robertson, Coach Pierce. Back Row: Paul Bohme, Troy Brewer, Thomas Walton, Derrick Lockett, Torrey Bell, Tim William
Chris Robinson, Willie Clayborne, Edwin Lara.
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S. Garland 27-14
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Woodrow Wilson 13-18
Bryan Adams 12-36
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It was a disappointing season for
the junior varsity football team due to
the "no-pass, no-play" rule. The team
was doing very well until the six
weeks grades came out and many of
the players became ineligible. The
junior varsity started the season with
36 players, but they lost ten players
due to grades. The Spartans ended the
season with a 4-6 record.
Coach Oliphant said, "Six defen-
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Brian Moncrief, with the help of Aubrey Lee, Willie Clayborne, Corey Dickerson, and Torrey Bell, begl
the assault against Woodrow Wilson.
sive starters were lost, and four offen-
sive starters were lost. That really hurt
Before grades came out, the junior
varsity had been victorious in their
last four games. Ierry Sands added,
"We had an excellent season, but it
could have been better if we had
worked a little harder and practiced
Herman Haynes goes for six against Iesuit
Freshmen prove their worthiness
Spirit was high as the freshmen had school. Rudy Sanchez said, "The
their first chance at high school foot- season was great. We had a good
ball. The Spartans had an exciting time, and I'm looking forward to next
season that ended with a 5-4 record. year. I have not stopped working
Todd jones said, "I was real excited to hard, and I plan to continue."
be playing football this year, and I Damon Samford said, "It was a real
gave it my best shot." exciting season for me, but when it
The freshmen practiced long, hard came down to the end, we did not
hours during seventh period and after stick together."
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Bryan Adams 0-6
preparation for the first district game against Against Mesquite, blockers Tim Ehrenberger and Patrick
cyliner Ricardo Lara goes for a ffbombff Madkins watch as Roy Fleming makes it to the twenty.
'ont Row: Alfred Thompson, Von Luckey, Danny Goines, Stevie Below, Buck Martin, Wymon Wamsley, john Songer, Roy Fleming, Troy Richardson. Row 2:
idie Marsh, Rudy Sanchez, Keith Anglin, Chris Yates, Edmond Page, Marcus jackson, Bryan Carlisle, George Gutierrez, Ricardo Lara, Rodrick Boddie, julian
artin. Row 3: Coach Peterson, Harold Lockhart, Demerrick Nelson, Damon Samford, Todd Massey, Dennis Sadler, Greg Bowers, jacob Macon, Cary Robert-
tn, Coach Miller . Back Row: Stuart Rollerson, Patrick Madkins, Artez Tate, William Callaway, Michael Weir, Bradford Browning, Tim Ehrenberger, Todd
nes, james Evans.
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Cross country sets the pace
Although it took seven members for
a-team, the Spartan cross country
team had only four runners. They all
competed in every meet and pulled
the slack of not having a full team.
The team competed in five meets
throughout the months of September
and October. In cross country the
boys ran three miles while the girls
ran two. Throughout the season, the
best time of the boys was held by
Michael Clayton, who ran the three
mile race in 18 minutes and 27
seconds. Saunia Magee ran the fastest
Paul Bohme struggles to complete another
grueling three mile race.
two miles for Samuell. Her time was
15 minutes and 52 seconds in the
district meet. This time was good
enough for an eleventh place district
"Even though the numbers don't
show it, the effort and determination
of the team members was award win-
ning. It takes stamina, determination,
and pride to run cross country," said
Coach Ballard. "Both of these factors
were present in each of the runners
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strategies in the upcoming race.
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Row: Dhanheen McDowell, LaTongela Anderson, Carlette Armstrong, Cassandra Knight. Back
Coach Lopez, Stacy Wagner, Stephanie Murry, Angela Tate, Yolanda jackson, Reva Davis.
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Varsity falls short of expectations
Even though they had a terrific
pre-season, the varsity volleyball
team fell short of their district goals.
After starting off with 10 wins and no
losses, the girls entered district play
with their heads high.
What seemed like the most promise
ing season in W.W. Samuell
volleyball history turned into a year in
which the lady Spartans split the
district record down the middle.
Angela Tate said,"l feel that we lost
our momentum, at crucial times,
when we really needed it."
Yolanda jackson said, "lt seemed
that when district play began, our ef-
fort and team spirit had dropped conf
siderably. When we began, we were a
team. We played as one, but at the
end, we were just six individuals."
Carlette Armstrong said,"Hopefully
those of us returning will be in-
fluenced by the team's prefseason
performance and carry the energy of
this year into next year."
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Varsity falls short in district play
Long days and hard work seemed
to pay off for the boys' varsity basket-
ball team. The team placed third in
district and won the consolation
bracket in the Arlington Classic.
Practicing three and a half hours a
day since November, the basketball
team could not seem to pull out a vic-
tory over their toughest competition,
Skyline. Coach Scott said, "We had a
Patrick Baty shoots his free throw against
92 Boys Varsity Basketball
good season, but our worst game was
against Skyline. We could have done
The players felt good about their
team and their coach. "Coach Scott
was a good coach. Sometimes we
didn't agree, but we knew it was for
our best interest," said Fredrick Reese.
"We played good together, and we
had fun," added Kevin Bedford.
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Darrell jones adds two to the score as the Spar-
tans defeat the Cougars.
Front Row: jerald jackson, Darrell jones, Patrick Baty, Keith Ausborne, William Roberson. Back Row:
Poullard, Tony Rhodes, Earnest Monette, Russell Barlow, Antwane Hampton, james Higgins,
Menefee, Derrick Cooper, Coach Scott.
Against Bryan Adams, Yolanda Jackson has trouble passing the ball to Stacy Wagner.
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ams for two.
Reva Davis shoots her free throw against
The hoop was hot
Nothing seemed to disturb the girls
varsity basketball team, not even their
daily practice during third and fourth
period. They were able to keep their
minds on grades but concentrate on
basketball when the time came.
The girls respected and admired
Coach Crafton. LaShun Hall said,
"Coach Crafton always wanted us to
be winners, but we also learned good
The team finished the season with a
14-8 record, and they finished with a
Front Row: LaShun Hall, Angela Tate, Stephanie Murry
Carlette Armstrong. Back Row: Cassandra Knight Yolanda
jackson, Kristi Vaden ,Reva Davis, Stacy Wagner
6-4 record in district. Yolanda Jackson
said, "We had a real good season.
Coach Crafton supported us all the
Although the girls team had a good
season, each girl had her own opinion
on who their toughest competition
was. Reva Davis said, "I think our
toughest competition was SOC."
Kristi Vaden said, "I think that our
toughest game was when we played
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ot in the big time et
The boys' and girls' junior varsity
basketball team started the season off
well. The boys' team ended district
play with a 9 to I record and were
district champions. Coach Oliphant
said, "The team did super. I was very
proud of them."
The girls' junior varsity team had a
good season too. They ended their
season with a 4 to 5 record. Coach
Lopez said, "The girls worked hard all
season long. They were a good bunch
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Tamikki johnson, Kathy Wesley. Back Row - Monica Moore,
Donna Copeland, Dhanheen McDowell, Stephanie Murry,
The Spartans' junior varsity teams
did well and kept up Samuell's tradi-
tion of good players, good playing,
and good sportsmanship. Marcus
Gulley said, "We had a good season.
It was interesting, I learned a lot, and I
The freshman boys' basketball
team was a fresh addition to the
group. They finished the year with a 5
to 3 record. The boys enjoyed being
Spartans and were ready to show
what they could do.
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IV Basketball: Front Row- Charles King, Willis Fields. Back Row- William Turner, Thomas Collins, Mai
Gulley, Richard Benjamin, Mark Higgins, Yolonzo Moore, Carl Hoskins, Coach Oliphant.
Freshmen Basketball: Front Row- Billy Duffey, Bennie Harden, james Yates, Isaac Clark, Edmond 4
Willie Mundine, john Robinson. Back Row 2- Harold Lockhart, Lennell Beverly, jacob Macon, l
Washington, Gary Roberson, William Callaway, Chekobi Lockett, Coach Peterson. '
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jimmy Coronado drives the ball off the tee.
Willie Claybome slices the ball down the fairway.
ot just for guys
For the first time in Samuell's
history, the golf team was not made
up entirely of guys. Stephnee Bailey,
the first and only girl, joined the team
this year. Coach Tallet said, "I hope
other girls will join the team and see
that it's not just a man's game." Golf
was tedious work for the Spartans.
Precision, accuracy, patience, and
concentration were necessary for a
good game. Mitchell Rogers said, "I
enjoyed playing golf for Samuell. We
had a lot of fun, and I met some nice
There were seven members on
Coach Tallet's team, and they practic-
Front Row: Iimmy Coronado, Stephnee Bailey Back Row
Daniel Vasquez, Mitchell Rogers, Coach Tallet, David jones
Mark Cantu, Willie Claybome.
ed every day at Keystone Golf Course.
jimmy Coronado stated, "Not many
people knew about the golf team, but
it was a lot of fun anyway."
The team attended several tour-
naments including the Skyline golf
tournament and the Roosevelt golf
Advantages to being a member of
the golf team included getting to be
outside, enjoying the sport on a
beautiful spring afternoon, and get-
ting the afternoon off if it rained. Mr
Tallet, the coach, said, "I enjoyed
playing golf myself. By being the golf
coach, I got to play and teach."
Golf Team 95
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Marcella Smith. Row 2: Ms. Ballard, Max Taub, George Soliz, Christopher Robb, Kyle Bratcher, Dj
Stevens, Ms. Hatch. Back Row: Randy Finley, Bill Hasty, Mark Busby, David Ford, Michael Rogers, Glei
Swim team takes a dive
Relaxing, preparing both the mind
and body, and listening for the sound
of the gun were steps that the swim-
mers followed before their particular
events at a meet. Swimmers had from
November to March to swim and
twenty-two events from which to
Coach Ballard and assistant coach
Ms. Hatch had their team swimming
3000 to 5000 yards a day. Each swim-
mer was also required to learn four
different strokes. Marcella Smith said,
96 Swim Team
"It was a sport that helped keep me in
shape, and I had fun at the same
David Ford said, "I thought the
swim team did well, and we had a lot
of talented members." Max Taub add-
ed, "Swimming brought out the best
in me and made me perform to the
best of my ability". The swim team
ended the season in sixth place in
district. Seven boys and four girls
qualified to attend the district meet.
Max Taub makes a big splash with a back dive
the Spruce meet.
In practice, Marcella Smith warms up by swimi
ing five lengths of the pool.
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Max Taub shows his grace in a pike dive at the Spruce meet.
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meter free style against Spruce.
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Williams, and Gloria johnson are proud after
getting second place in the 440 relay.
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nikki Williams practice passing the baton for the 440 relay.
Hot on the track
The size of the girls' track team was
not important, it was their ability that
mattered, and the lady Spartans had
plenty of that. The girls proved
themselves at both the district finals
and regionals. Stephanie Benson said,
"We worked hard because our target
was to go to regionals."
The girls' track team was headed by
Coach Miller. Coach Miller said,
"Track was a really tough sport that a
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Parker practice the 200 meter run.
lot of people couldn't handle. I
thought the girls did rather well con-
sidering the size of the team. They
held their own, and I was proud of
The team practiced seventh period
and after school to participate in
events such as the 400 meter relay,
the 800 meter relay, and the mile
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elson, Kenneth Goodson, Donovan Tanner, Coach Stokes. Back Row: William Roberson, Walter Carter,
erman Haynes, Corey Smith.
track. We had a good team, and we
worked together well. Most of us
were underclassmen, but that just
gave us something to look forward
Several members on the team did
exceptionally well. Corey Dickerson
had the fastest time in the state of
Texas in the 110 meter high hurdles.
Eric Henderson in the 400 meter dash,
Marcus Iackson in the 300 meter
hurdles, IoAnthony McGee in the 200
meter dash, Demerrick Nelson in the
200 meter hurdles, and Walter Carter
in the 300 meter hurdles were among
the team's most promising members.
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out before practice.
Boys Track 99
Lisa Braswell and Laura Powell help Angela
Martel get psyched up before the Skyline game.
Marla Jackson Row 2 Cynthia Rodriguez LaChaundra Kemp Laurie Dawson Laura Powell Rhor
Front Row: Brenda Billings, Lisa Hall, Christy May, Angela Martel, Lisa Braswell, Valicia I-lenders
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Girls advance to
Heading, passing, and dribbling are
techniques that the girls' soccer team
practiced until they were perfected.
Marla Jackson said, "I think we all
played very well. We couldn't have
done it without Ms. Pogoda. She
pushed us to work hard."
The girls' team entered two tour-
naments. They won the consolation
bracket in both the Adamson and
Sunset tournaments. "Everyone on
the team had a good attitude. That
counted a lot with our coach, and it
also helped us work together as a
team," said Laurie Dawson.
The fifteen player team was
coached by Ms. Pogoda. Practice was
100 Girls Soccer
held on Wednesdays after school.
LaChaundra Kemp said, "I thought
we were a good team because we
practiced very hard, and we played as
Bryan Adams and Skyline were the
team's toughest competition. Brenda
Billings said, "BA was very good, but
we worked hard and played well
together." Angela Martel said, "We
had played soccer with some girls
from Skyline so we knew that they
would give us a good game." The
girls' soccer team finished in second
place with a record of 8 wins and 2
losses. This record allowed them to go
to bi-district playoffs.
Pam Nance attempts to take the ball away from t
Marla jackson supports the team by yelling at
the SOC game.
Vanessa Spencer defends her goal by beating BA to the ball.
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regain control of the ball from a Skyline player.
Girls' Soccer 101
Peter Otubu, Iason Penland, Robert Bailey, and Michael Rogers watch as Paul Otubu clears the ball awa
during the Bryan Adams game.
Bryan Adams 5-1
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Front Row: Michael Reagan, Billy Watson, George Lopez, Craig jones, Corian Lemmon, Michael
Rogers, Michael Bailey, Alfred Martinez, jeff Cox, Peter Otubu. Back Row: Coach Miller, Paul Bohme,
Jason Penland, Christopher Sigman, Robert Bailey, Paul Otubu, Marcus Gulley, Terry Withrow, Philip
Parrish, Dale Stevens, Matthew Martinez, Michael Weir, Todd Iones, Charles Taylor.
Another Winning season
From Ianuary to March, first period
and after school, the boys' soccer
team practiced and worked together
as a team. The team finished third in
district with seven wins and four
losses. Peter Otubu said, "We did
very well. We had a lot of good
players who worked and played well
Coach Miller was very pleased with
the season the boys had. Practice
seemed to pay off for the twenty-four
player team. Craig Iones stated, "I
think we did rather well, but it was all
because of Coach Miller's help. He
worked us hard, but it was worth it."
102 Boys Soccer
Carl Campbell said, "Dedication from
everyone was what held us together.
Everyone on the team loved playing,
so they really gave it their all."
It wasn't just a sport or game to this
team, it was something that they en-
joyed doing. Marcus Gulley said,
"The team did excellent. We concen-
trated on working as a team.
Sometimes we seemed to lack con-
fidence, but we never gave up.'
Michael Rogers added, "We had a
superb team. We worked hard for,
and deserved, everything we
Carl Campbell and Terry Withrow go on the attac
Michael Rogers makes a critical save in the 4-0 wi
arcel Davis, inspired by Anthony Stephens,
Lepares for regionals by doing "reps" of 180
Powerlifters give 110 percent
One of the brightest spots in the
athletic department was the
powerlifting team. This year promised
and provided the Spartans with a
team to be proud of. One of the hap-
piest moments of the year was when
all eight team members qualified for
the regional meet. All eight members
finished in the top ten in their weight
classification in North Texas. "They
were the hardest working bunch I
have had," said Coach Grounds.
This year many school records were
broken by the senior members. Ricky
Martin, Marcel Davis, and Robert
Anthony Greenlee watches as Anthony Stephens bench presses 170 pounds.
Coonrod all set new records for their
weight class in the squat, bench press,
dead lift, and total points. Marcel
Davis and Robert Coonrod held all
previous weight records for the school
before this year.
"It was clear that this year's team
was the best all around team in
Samuell history," stated Ricky Martin.
Marcel Davis, defending regional
champion, returned this year to de-
fend his title. It was clear that the
team, made up of six seniors and two
sophomores, gave one hundred and
Oliver London needs no help bench pressing 150 pounds
Front Row: Tony Cervantes, Marcel Davis.
Row 2: Oliver London, Coach Grounds, An-
thony Greenlee. Back Row: Ricky Martin, An-
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Nathalie Prieur. Back Row: Ms. Branch, Robert Bailey, Craig jones, Be Mai, joey Hemandez, Alonso
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Tennis-a game for life
Intense workouts, practicing on
volleys, backhands, forehands,
serves, and agility described a typical
practice for the tennis team. Ioey Her-
nandez said, "I liked practicing
because it enabled me to work on
Practice started in january, and the
season ended in April, but the Spar-
tans could not seem to get enough.
Ioann Tabaniag said, "I loved playing
tennis, but the season never seemed
to be long enough."
Ms. Branch, the tennis coach, had
twelve players on the team. Craig
tones said, "We had a good season,
'ut that was because we practiced a
io.. We practiced from January to
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April every afternoon. I guess it was
all worth it."
The girls' team won the Girls'
District Tennis Championship on
Saturday, April 18th. Senior Stacy
Wagner placed second in girls' singles
and juniors Karlan Shuller and
Samantha Worley placed first in girls'
doubles. Ms. Branch said, "My girls
were seeded in the district tourna-
ment to place this way. I hoped they
would do this well, but they had some
tough competition. Each match was a
three set match. Stacy Wagner, in
winning the second set, really gave
Dawn Smith from Skyline a good
match. I was really proud and
up before the match against Skyline.
From the back line, Samantha Worley retums one
against Bryan Adams.
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Craig jones slams one over the net.
Stacy Wagner warms-up with an underhand
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Tennis Team 105
Still a hit
Hard work and perseverance
helped the Spartan varsity baseball
team realize what they could do. Tom
Stuart said, t'Everyone on the team
had a good attitudeg we all worked
together." Danny Dominguez added,
"The seniors had played together for
four years and worked real hard to get
where we were." Lance Phillips, one
of the top players in the district, said,
'tThe baseball team had great senior
leadership. Led with seven seniors,
they pulled off a very successful
season. I feel we were very lucky to
have a coach that did not just tell us
what to dog he showed us."
Skyline 1 1 -4
Bryan Adams 4-6
Bryan Adams 11-8
Roosevelt 0- 11
Underclassmen: Front Row- Craig Blair, Cary Blair, Steve
Solano, Homer Salazar, Roy Fleming. Back Row-Kenneth
Athey, jeremy Washington, Omar Washington, jay Spears,
106 Varsity Baseball
The Spartan varsity baseball team
finished the season with a seven win
and three loss record which put them
in second place in district. Shaynor
Newsome said, "It was a special year
to me. The team grew close." Kenneth
Athey added, "We wanted and work-
ed hard to get into the playoffs."
Although Coach johnson worked
them hard, the players had a great
deal of respect for Coach johnson, the
varsity baseball coach. Carl Campbell
said, "He was who brought us
together and showed us how to work
together as a team."
Kenneth Athey's curve ball bewllders the Skyline batters
mar Washington gets the winning hit against
Eric McPherson safely slides into third base
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Lance Phillips hits another home run against
108 Varsity Baseball
jeremy Washin ton defends first base closely
against Bryan A ams.
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O onent Samueu The IV baseball coach, Coach sophomores, and eight freshmen.
pp Pierce, was a great help to the players. Jeremy Martin said, "The baseball
., Lakeview y 8,6 Tommy Carroll stated, "We played team couldn't have done it without
Sunset W ie,, t ,ff aett t hard and gave all we had, but we the freshmen."
North Mes nite 6-3 couldn't have done it without Coach It was a hard season for the IV
I Rockwau q 18410 Pierce there to support us everyday." baseball team who ended the year
.rem le Christian 12-10 Curtis Mills added, "I thought the with four wins and six losses. I.D.
Temgle Christian 8-12 year was successful, and in the future, Yates said, "I like playing baseball,
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the team will improve because of
Coach Pierce and the other coaches.
They really helped us by always being
Of the twenty-six player team,
there were nine juniors, nine
and it made me keep my grades up
and work hard." Bryan Carlisle
added, "We had a fairly successful
season, and I think it was a challeng-
IV Baseball 109
1 10 People
Tommy Courson and Carl Campbell are warned by Ms. Adams not to help Tom Stuart while he makes
the Medieval Fact Test.
t the South Garland game, Barbra Dempsey waits
catch a picture of the varsity after half time.
Seniors, juniors, sophomores,
freshmen, and the faculty and staff
were all important at Samuell. Each
individual added something to daily
Seniors were the leaders in the
classroom and in extra-curricular ac-
tivities. The seniors set an example for
the underclassmen. Vanda Edwards
said, "Samuell is moving forward. If
students continued to work on their
grades and participated in school ac-
tivities, our goal for being high
achievers would continue."
Next in line and ready to take over
were the juniors. Enthusiastic about
the year, the juniors showed their
spirit and support by becoming in-
volved. Laura Woody said, "I loved
Before the 8:30 am tardy bell, Susan Davis and
Tonya Norvell catch up on the weekend news.
Sarnuell and being involved in choir.
More people should have become in-
volved because it adds nice
Sophomores and freshmen also had
their place at Samuell. They kept
themselves busy with freshmen and
IV athletics, theater arts, and other ac-
tivities. Monica jackson said,
"Samuell had its faults, but its good
points outweighed its bad." Lisa Mc-
Coy added, "Samuel1 is really a great
school, and I love it."
Faculty members guided and sup-
ported students in academics and ex-
tra curricular activities. Coach Scott
said, "Samuell was great and so were
the students. I couldn't think of any
place else I would rather be."
Aubrey Lee tunes up his musical skills during
People 1 11
The senior class was very close, and
they had a way of making little things
very special. Danny Dominguez said,
"I remember when some of the
seniors went door-to-door collecting
canned goods for a needy family. Our
class won the contest, and we also
helped the needy. It made me feel
good." Iohn White added, "When I
look back on my senior year, I
remember the friends I made and
especially the Johnston family."
On Novemberf17th, the seniors had
Chuck Love romances Monica Hamilton at the Homecoming Dance.
cap and gown orders taken. Donna
Davis said, "Ordering my cap and
gown was important to me because it
made me feel like I was finally going
The seniors had fun and learned
many things, but the time came, and
they had to let go. Ray Hulse said, "I
was ready to graduate, but I will miss
my friends a lot." Gloria Diaz added,
"I looked forward to walking across
the stage and actually being handed
The senior class officers are president Russ
Ansley, vice-president Robert Bailey, secret.
April King, and treasurer Brian jones.
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Iosett Aguirre Laura Aguirre Latongela Anderson Will Anglin
Kager Atkins Linda Auston Cindy Aynes
Traci Barber Don Barr Kim Baskin
Tina Bedwell Dottie Bellah Iewel Benjamin
Bryan Blanton Toni Boland Kimberly Branson
some advice from Cynthia Espinoza
Lisa Braswell Missi Braswell Kevin Brisendine E0fH9lia Darden
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Marie Brown Monica Brown Rodney Brown Iennifer Buchanan Rodney Burnham
Carl Campbell Vanessa Camper Lewis Canada Terry Carol Patricia
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Tony Cervantes Lucy Chang Ada Chapman
Shelley Collier Crisi Cook Sherrie Cosby
Ricky Covington Wesley Cox Tashun Creag
mril King shares her Macbeth notes with Tony Cervantes, while Russell Barlow works on his
Cornelia Darden Donna Davis
Danny Dominguez Michael Dorman
Chantay Durham Vanda Edwards Aric English Cynthia Espinoza
Karen Davis Barbra Dempsey Gloria Diaz
Shawn Webb, Shaynor Newsome, and Tommy Courson discuss the Spartan baseball team's pi
spects for the upcoming year.
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Roger Finley David Ford Roger Fortner Farron Foster Stacy Franklin
p Christia Fuller Annette Garcia
Ieff Gilbreath Nancy Goans
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aturday, September 20th.
Magaly Garcia Rodolfo Garcia Sylvia Garcia
Lisa Goodson jennifer Graham Chappell Grant
Adrian Gudino Stephanie Hall Cynthia Hamilton
Monica Hamilton Antwane Hampton David Harvey
Rhonda Hoard Valencia Hollins
Ray Hulse Kelly Hurley Angela Iackson
Jerald jackson Yolanda Iackson Adriane james
Dav1d Iocoy Erbie Iohnson LeQuisa johnson
Arbreda Holmes Charlotte Houston
In TORCH, Vanda Edwards is
In A lunch, Michael Rogers and Lance Phillips d0n't seem to object
f0 the SCl100l f00d- Craig jones Michael jones
Donald Joplin Shannon Killebrew April King Denise Kuehne
Hae-Sun Lee Kevin Long Chuck Love Misty Lybrand
Tenesa Manning Ricky Martin George Martinez Mario Martinez Matthew Martinez
Iennifer Massey Belinda Mays Gina McCoppin
r f L,"" -
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da jackson discuss weekend plans.
Kathy McWilliams Theresa Meza Cristal Miles Rhonda Miller Tommy Mills
Casey Mitchell Donald Mokry Ronald Mokry Iasper Moore Keidra Moore
Sandra Morrison james Nealey
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scuss their Spanish homework while Brice Buckley and Yolan- Shaynor Newsome Kim Nguyen
Bonny Niccolls jamie Norris Ladonna Norris Paul Olvera
Elvira Otis Renita Otis Hangvarak Ouk Darren Parramore
Curtis Pena Jason Penland Monica Brown studies a pattern for a new dress in Ms. Armstrong's homemaking class.
Melida Perez Dana Perkins Lance Phillips Michelle Pierson
David Piper Charleen Plafcan Braun Porter Laura Powell
Viviana Prieur Misti Ransom Victoria Rawlins LaRonda Reeves William Roberson
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Billy Robinson Kenneth Robinson Lorraine Rodriguez
Michael Rogers Mitchell Rogers
Hector Salazar Hugo Sauceda
Tyrone Ross Debra Ruelas George Ruelas
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jimmy Scoggins Corey Shaw
Shannon Shaw Susan Shewmake
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Tina Shields Iohn Sholars
joey Sill Adrian Sims
Tina Smith Yolanda Smith
Sandy Staab Trepasco Stanton
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heads are better than one.
Fonda Sims Sonya Smart Lance Smith
Ruth Smitty Mechelle Spencer Vanessa Spencer
Greg Stegall Rita Stephens Iris Steward
Richard Stewart Tasha Stinson
Tom Stuart Angela Sudkamp
Angela Tate jeff Tatum Nona Taylor Anita Thompson
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Derrick Todd Glenn Townsend Michael Turner
David Vance Darren Veail james Venters
Khristy Vines Kealine Vita
Katrina Wade Sherri Wafford
Deidra Walton Ianice Ward
Iohn White Floyce Whitehead
Carl Campbell, Robert Bailey,
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Derrick Woodard Felicia Woods Dorothy Wooten Yolanda Wright Marty Yates
The ROTC won the Gold Star
Honor Unit with Distinction at the
State Fair of Texas in October.
Outstanding drills, exceptional
knowledge, and sharp appearance
earned them this honor and the
ROTC board trophy. They received a
98.5 in federal inspection. Msg. Quinn
said, 'fWe felt nine feet tall." Leticia
Martinez added, "Everybody had a
positive attitude. I couldn't wait to tell
Short, blonde, and smart
Don't let looks fool you. Terry
Carol was a commended student
from National Merit Scholarship. He
received this honor for his high score
of 1260 on his Pre-Student Achieve-
ment Test. He wasn't trying for it, but
he was trying to do well. Terry was
recognized with a certificate and with
an announcement over the public ad-
dress system. He said, "l felt really
good about myself for achieving this
Works hard for his money
David Vance won first place in
state in the Vehicle and Petroleum
Marketing Area II at the Lincoln
Hotel. David had a test of one hun-
dred written questions and two oral
questions. He went to New Orleans
for the DECA nationals. Ms. Stratton
said, "I was very proud of him. He
really matured and became very suc-
cessful in the two years I had him in
class." David added, "I was very
pleased with the results. I really had
not expected to win."
Aggie in green
Crissy Ortiz received the Presi-
dent's Achievement Award from
Texas A 8: M. She was nominated by
her counselor, Ms. Vega. Crissy will
receive 52,500 a year for four years,
for a total of EB10,000. Ms. Vega com-
mented, "I was real excited for Crissy,
she worked hard for the scholarship
this semester. She was highly
qualified for the scholarship, even
though the competition was tough."
When asked how she felt, Crissy
replied, "I was excited. It was an
honor. I think I'm really going to en-
joy going to school there."
Xlot just an athlete
Yolanda jackson was not just
another basketball player. Yolanda
,von first place in the DXFW Afro-
Academic, Cultural, Technological,
and Scientific Olympics. She had to
write two programs and show how
one was more efficient. The competi-
:ion was steep with many talented
people competing. Yolanda said, "I
as very excited about winning,
Especially about going to New York in
File name: DEE
Dee Wedgeworth had a good
command when it came to com-
puters. She placed third in the
DXFW Afro-Academic, Cultural,
Technological, and Scientific
Olympics. She had to explain a
computer science program. Dee
wasn't very optimistic about win-
ning. Dee said, "I was excited
about winning, especially since this
was the first thing like this I had
ever won." She competed against
students from all over the district.
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On your mark . . . write
Tommy Courson, the only
nominee to represent W.W. Samuell
High School, won the National Coun-
cil of Teachers of English Writing
Award. He had to write an elaborate
essay on a topic of his choice. He
chose evil. He admitted he didn't ex-
pect to win because of the steep com-
petition of 7000 entries with only 600
winners. Ms. Adams said, "Tommy
had a truly exceptional talent for
writing. I was not surprised that he
won." Tommy was recognized at the
Dallas School Board meeting in April.
In the BIG league
jeff Stephens was going all the
way with his football talent. He was
awarded a full scholarship to
Oklahoma State University. Coach
Smith said, "I felt like Ieff could have
gone to any major university his
grades would allow, but he chose a
fine school in OSU, and he should do
well." Ieff was equally excited about
the news. He said, "I stuck with foot-
ball, and they felt like I could con-
tribute to their program. All the work
I put in finally paid off. Besides, I'm
excited about going and banging
heads with the big boys."
Passing grades, good PSAT scores,
a more demanding course load, and
more responsibility faced the junior
class. Bill Hasty said, "I was glad to
finally be a junior, but there seemed
to be a lot of things to do and no time
to do them."
December 8th was an exciting day
for many juniors. Senior rings were
delivered in the lunchroom. Tracie
Hampton said, "I was real excited to
ln fourth period choir, Keithia Broiles tells Laura Woody, Allen Christian, and Lori Guerra about
finally get my senior ring. lt made me
realize that graduation was not far
juniors also faced the results of the
TEAMS test. Graduation depended on
a passing score. On December Sth the
students received their scores in
homeroom. LaTracy Thomas said, "I
was kind of nervous about getting my
scores back, but everything turned out
junior class officers are president Bill Ha
secretary Laura Loeb, and vice-president I
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juniors had favorite places to eat, favorite foods, favorite TV shows,
and favorite movies. The most popular place to eat was Chili's. Juniors
liked pizza. juniors could not agree on a favorite TV show. Most of the
juniors liked Top Gun and About Last Night . Ioann Tabaniag said, " I
liked Chili's because the food was good. My favorite TV show was
Moonlighting , and I liked the movie About Last Night
Amy Smelser said, " Taco Bell was my favorite place to eat. I liked to
watch Growing Pains , and my favorite movie was Top Gun ." Khristina
Lefils said, "I liked Chili's because the food was good. I liked Growing
Pains , and my favorite movie was An American Tale. Claudia Davila
said, "I like Who's the Boss? because it was a funny show. I loved to go
to Chili's. Their food was good. My favorite movie was Soulmun
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The trendy sophomores began to
prove that they were not 'fbabiesu any l l it
longer. To the sophomores, grades
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and the latest couples., Lisa
McE1haney said, "I really liked going
shopping and seeing who was at the
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Iinade JV eheerleader. It hasbeen a
lot of fun." Toni Polk said, t"The most
important thing to me wasbeing in-
volved inechoir. We had al lot of fun
together" Jana Rener added, "I was
happy when I made drill. We worked
hard, ibutlwe also had some great
times. Drill made me work harder in'
everything I did." s
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suit or a dress, but the sophomores were in
The more popular places to shop were
Sanger Harris, Bloomingdales, Dillards,
and Joskes. Cynthia Wallace said "l liked to
buy from these stores because they carried
all the latest fashions." Reginald Carthon
stated, "My favorite styles were Generra
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idea to win their teachers' respect, or in
other words become the "teacher's pet."
Some sophomores said that winning their
teachers' respect made them feel that they
would receive better grades. When asked
how to go about getting on a teacher's good
side, Rick Iurica said, "By doing all your
homework and not talking during class."
He also said that it was sometimes hard to
do, but he still tried. Amy Carroll said,
"Paying attention in class is a sure way to
win your teacher over." Others said just to
act nice to your teachers and agree with
everything they say.
Some sophomores said that they didn't
like being the "teacher's pet" because they
were teased by their friends. All in all,
however, being a "teacher's pet" made a
student a lot more confident every six
weeks when grades came out.
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What did sophomores do with their extra time when they
were not doing school work? Some found going out to be an
escape from their troubles. Where did they go? Eating out or
seeing a good movie was nice. Some went to Chili's while
others went to Bennigan's, IT McCords, and the list goes on.
Amber Henderson said, "Chili's was one place to sit down,
relax, and eat good food.
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sophomores. Thomas Walton said, "Watching a good movie
just took my mind off of the worries of school work."
"Cruising" was another favorite among sophomores. They
were found cruising everywhere from Galloway to the
downtown area. Although some sophomores weren't old
enough to drive or didn't have a car, they found other ways
of getting around, such as friends, upperclassmen, and even
mom or dad.
Passing the TEAMS test, finding all
their classes the first week of school,
deciding which club or sport they
wanted to participate in, and ad-
justing to being the youngest were all
things the freshmen faced in their first
year in high school.
Starting all over again was
something that the freshmen had to
deal with. The bottom of the totem
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pole did not seem bad to some
students. Michelle Solano said, "It
was different from middle school, but
I liked it. I had to start somewhere."
Being a freshmen was a chance to
meet new people, laugh with the up-
perclassmen about freshman jokes,
and become involved with the school.
Alicia Askew said, "Seniors were
known because they were the leaders,
and freshmen were known because
they were new," Iudy Brister added,
"I didn't like being a freshman
because all the seniors told us what to
Freshman class officers are secretary
Temby Turner, vice-president David Kearby
president Karen Garrison.
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plans, attending meetingsi tutoring,
and sponsoring clubs kept teachers
busy. Teachers arrived early and
stayed late to help students.
New teachers felt relaxed and at
home with the Spartans. Ms. Alex-
ander said, 'II liked my rfirst year at
Samuell. It was a lot better than
elementary school." Ms. Gibbs said,
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y if . "I felt like I was in heaven. I liked the
positive atmosphere of the students
and the teachers." " This year was a
learning experience as well as a
challenge," added Ms. Miller.
s Veteran teachers alsohad positive
feelings about teaching at Samuell.
Ms. Dailey said, "I liked being one of
the advisorsforl the yearbook. I felt
like I learned right along with the
students." Ms. Russell added,
"Teaching was a challenge. I enjoyed
it because there was a variety in what
I did, and most of all, I enjoyed the
students and helping the math club."
On fifties day,
relives the past.
Ms. Serpas gets organized
Ms. Betty Abbott Ms. Linda Adams
Study Hall English, Varsity
Team, Senior Pub
Ms. Becky Anderson
Ms. Ioyce Armstrong
Ms. Jolene Aicklen
Ms. Pam Arthur
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Ms. janet Asrat
Mr. Benny Allen
Ms. Donna Allison
Ms. Gen Ballard
Ms. Retha Barrett
Mr. joe Barziza Ms. Betty Bell lst Sergeant Henry Ms. Peggy Braden Ms. Susie Branch
Algebra English, joumalism, Bivins EngljihaSenior Pigi Accounting, Business,
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Algebra, Pre-Calculus HECE, HERO A-G Counselor Correlative Language
Mr. jack Cannon
Mr. Iames Broussard
Mr. Heliodoro Cantu
Ms. Gerry Carron Mr. joe Chappell Mr. Tony Chenevert Ms. Virginia Cobb Mr. Lester Coleman Mr. Marcus Coleman
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Ms. Erma Evans
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Ms. Helen Davis Ms. Karen Dunbar Ms. Floy Epps
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Homemaking, FHA Metal Shop, Power Special Education Media Specialist
Ms. jean Gambrell Ms. Darlene Garner Ms. Laura Gipson
English, Blue jackets Instructional Aide
Dr. Olan Hankins
Ms. jessie Hall
Ms. Mary Hawkins
Ms. Susan Greer
Ms. Robin Hill
Ms. Darla jakubiec Ms. Cyndy jaremko Mr. jeff johnson Mr. Phillip jones
Deaf Education, SUD Speech History, Baseball Physical Science
Lamuell alumni, Mr. johnson, Ms. Serpas, Mr. Grounds, MY. PGSQUH, MT. Scott, Mr. Smith, Mr. Blair,
fls. Aicklen, and Ms. Williams are honored at the homecoming assembly.
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English Biology, Football,
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Counselors' Secretary McCollum Deaf Education, US Theater Arts, Speech, Deaf Education,
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Mr. joe Miller
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English, Reading Teachers' Aide Deaf Education, Clinic Chemistry, Physics, Special Education
Improvement Reading, English Physical Science Counselor
Ms. Beverly O'Pry Mr. Charles Osler Mr. Paul Pasqua Ms. Elaine Penix Ms. Laura Perez Mr. Melvin Peterson
Physical Science Deaf Education, PE, Football Deaf Education, Assistant Principals' PE, Freshman Football
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Ms. Florence Pipkins
Ms. Nanci Pogoda Ms. Kristina Ray Ms.Gambre11 warns her third period English III class that weekly joumals will not be accepted late
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Spanish, Blue jackets, PE, Football, Head Interpreter DRSD Diagnostician
Ms. Iuanita Reed
French, French Club,
Ms. Becky Robertson
Art, Art Club
Ms. Pat Russell
Ms. Gayle Rhoads
Spanish, Allied Youth
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Mr. Doug Scott
Mr. Iuan Sosa
Ms. Eddie Stafford
Ms. Bonnie Stratton Ms. Mary Sunderland Mr. Bob Sybert Mr. George Tallet Ms. Minnie Tenorio Ms. Ianet Thomas
Distributive Education, Head Nurse Computer Math Deaf Education, VAC, Dean's Clerk Typing, Shorthand
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Thompson Intermediary US History,
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Ms. Ianie Vega Ms. Mary Vines
H-Pe Counselor Interpreter
Ms. Michelle Von
Ms. Mary Tobola
Ms. lane Trollinger
Ms. Ellen Vanderslice
SUD, Deaf Study Hall Deaf Education, Math
Mr. Carl Wallace Mr. Bill Wartes Ms. Amalie Wheat
Biology Band, Lab Band Interpreter
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Deaf Education, Special Education
Mr. Iohnnie Wilson Ms. Karen Withrow
Ms. Brenda Yoder Cindy Davis receives some ideas for her Scarlet Letter project from Ms. Asrat in seventh period Engl
Mrs. Mary Sunderland.
Irs. Penland presents Nancy Garza with an "A"
onor roll ribbon.
Row: Mrs. Dalinda Zachar , Mrs. Ruthie Newell, Mrs. Brenda Penland, Mrs. Linda Busby, Mrs.
Wallace. Row 2: Mrs. june liobinson, Mrs. Nina Smith, Mrs. Regina Reames, Mrs. Mildred Stone.
3: Mrs. Donna Brown, Mrs. Wynema Hamilton, Mrs. Donna Smith, Mrs. Barbara Carol, Mrs, lune
Mrs. Joyce Hauerwas. Back Row: Mrs. Ruth Ann Barr, Mrs. Lana Thompson, Mrs. Emestine
Mrs. Penland congratulates David Ford for
making the "B" honor roll.
PTA - more than an association
Selling "windannas" during foot-
ball season, selling popcorn after
school, selling refreshments at the
musical, Damn Yankees , furnishing a
complete Thanksgiving dinner to a
family from Samuell, and giving
presents to needy children at
Christmas, the PTA was very active
this year. The PTA nominated the
nurse, Mrs. Mary Sunderland, for the
Apple of the Month award which she
won over all the nurses in the district.
In April, they held teacher apprecia-
The program, planned by the pro-
gram chairperson, Mrs. Nina Smith,
involved more student and parent
participation. Mrs. Retha Wallace
said, "The PTA programs were ex-
citing and varied. I joined PTA to help
my daughter. Samuell had a fantastic
PTA." The PTA received an Increased
Membership award from the state by
increasing their membership by ten
The president, Mrs. Brenda
Penland, received the Life Member-
ship award for her dedication and
service. Mrs. Penland said, "I was
very pleased to receive the Life
Membership. Serving as president of
PTA for the past two years has been a
pleasure. I graduated from Samuell in
1958 so it meant even more to me. It
was a gratifying experience."
The PTA was also involved in
senior activities. They sponsored the
senior luncheon which was held at
the Anatares at Reunion Tower on
june Znd. They also sponsored the
senior picnic which was held at the
Cedar Canyon Dude Ranch on june
3rd, and they planned baccalaureate.
Mrs. Wynema Hamilton said, "PTA
was concerned with helping students
learn and enjoy their high school
years. I benefitted from PTA because I
was involved in making decisions that
helped students." Ms. McCollum add-
ed, "It was nice to be a part of the
PTA and to have the support of the
parents. That involvement made the
LETTER FROM THE PRINCIPAL:
The school year 1986-1987 has brought more notoriety and success to the Spar-
tans through academic achievement and effort toward success. Our enrollment
has been on the increase for the past three years, which brought many new
members to our student body as well as our community. This was a challenge to
all of us who have the Spartan Spirit to make sure we spread that spirit of unity,
loyalty, and tradition throughout our school. Everybody was truly somebody at
W. W. Samuell. What an honor to be a part of it. Let's hold on to it by making sure
everyone is a part of it!
Thank you Spartans for your support and encouragement. You are the BEST.
May you know every success and much happiness.
TO THE TORCH STAFF:
What a new exciting year! Imagine a computer to help with the TORCH . You
can really turn out the pages now, right?
Thank you for your quality of work as well as the quantity. Ms. McCollum con-
tinues to maintain the highest of standards. These standards of excellence con-
tinue to set the pace toward individual and school success.
Your hard work, leadership, and support of the total school program is ap-
preciated and recognized. Thank you TORCH Staff-1987
Dr. Hughey and Mr. Blair look over the February calendar.
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Ms. Becky Robertson and Dr. Hughey enjoy th
Mr. Blair and I. B. Poullard watch the Spartan
struggle against the Bears.
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Mr. Ice Espinosa
the Success Assembly, Ms. Wormley introduces
Mr. Espinosa, Ms. Wormley, and Mr. Blair, the frowns disappear and the smiles appear at 4:00 pm.
Ms. Christine Wormley
Mr. Espinosa tells his wife what he wants for
Enthusiastic, hard working, and
positive, the principals set the pace.
The student body and faculty were
united through their leadership. Time
on task was the major emphasis.
In another year of change, Dr.
Hughey actively provided leadership
and minimized stressful situations.
Dr. Hughey said, "It was a fast year
and a real, real fine year. A lot hap-
pened, but everything settled down,
and the students adjusted. The
students had a positive attitude. Each
six weeks we had fewer students fail-
ing a course. We made progress."
Dr. Hughey had three assistants.
Mr. Blair, in his second year at
Samuell, stated, "I have had an ex-
cellent year. The students were polite,
courteous, and they didn't argue. I
didn't hear profanity in the halls."
Mr. Espinosa, who came to Samuell
from Kimball, was only here a short
time. In February, Mr. Espinosa went
to Boude Storey and was replaced by
a forrner Samuell assistant principal,
Ms. Wormley, the Dean of Instruc-
tion, was also new to Samuell. Ms.
Wormley, who came from California,
said, 'tThis year was a learning ex-
perience for me. DISD was a much
different and much larger district than
from where I came. The students,
however, were the same. I am a stu-
dent oriented person, and I kept the
students' needs up front. I devoted
my time catering to their needs."
In dedication to Ms. Christine Wormley and
Mr. H. A. Nicholson
Ms. Christine Wormley and Mr. H.
A. Nicholson were selected by the
senior class and the TORCH staff as
the dedicatees of the 1987 TORCH.
Ms. Wormley came to Samuell in
September of 1986, as Dean of In-
struction. It was some of the little
things she did, such as a thought for
the day, her pep talks, and the small
rewards that made her special to the
students. LaTracy Thomas said,
"Everything she did was for the
students. That made me feel good that
someone cared." Ms. McCollum add-
ed, "From the first day of school, it
was evident Ms. Wormley was en-
thusiastic and was going to get involv-
ed. She was an asset to Samuell."
Ms. Wormley attended many
extra-curricular activities. She was
seen at football games, basketball
games, and other sporting events as
well as at dances and theater produc-
tions. Ms. Wormley could be found in
the halls or in the classroom checking
to see if students were spending time
on task. Dottie Bellah said, "Ms.
Wormley always had a smile on her
face and a kind word."
Mr. Nicholson came to Samuell in
1959. He taught physics, chemistry,
and physical science. Michael Rogers
said, "I had Mr. Nicholson for
physics. I wouldn't have taken a
fourth year of science if it had not
been for him."
Mr. Nicholson's dedication as a
teacher was evident. He arrived at
seven in the morning and was at
school until six or later helping
students, setting up experiments,
grading papers, and planning lessons.
Ms. Opry said, "Mr, Nicholson spent
many hours working with students.
When many teachers were studying
for the TECAT, Mr. Nicholson said
his students were more important,
and he would take it again if he had
to, but he wouldn't spend time he
needed to devote to his students to
study for himself." Mr. Crafton add-
ed, "Mr. Nicholson was one of the
most dedicated teachers in the DISD.
He was an outstanding person."
Monica Hamilton said, "He was quiet,
but his presence was immediately
Ms. Wormley and Mr. Nicholson
were respected and liked by students
and faculty. Their dedication, en-
couragement, perseverence, and
friendship made them worthy reci-
pients of the dedication.
Mitch Rogers asks Mr. Nicholson to explain h
the umbrella works.
Mr. Nicholson stays after school to grade pap
for his chemistry classes.
Ms Wormley checks attendance to see who will be the lucky Ms. Christine Wormley Mr. Herbert Nicholson
twenty five dollar winner.
Mr. Nicholson and Ms. Wormley discuss the science scores on the STEELS test.
At the fair, Renee Skidmore, Christie jenkins, Lisa Hall, Stephanie Beers, David Current and Shawn Webb
isten to one of Mr. Nicholson's lectures, but this time it's about automobiles instead of chemistry.
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for Black History Month.
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At the Bryan Adams game, Blue jackets Pee Wee Herman to "Tequila"
igrid Otis plays "I'm Your Man" at the Woodrow
Becoming involved in activities at the
chool was a top priority for many
tudents at Samuell. It was a way to
how spirit and ability. April King said,
'I was a IV cheerleader, and, then, I
iecame a Starlet. I made a lot of good
'ends in drill. We worked hard, but it
"Being on The Sentinel staff was a
Ihrill. It got rough at times, but
:verything always worked out," said
Pasha Stinson. Spartans felt a need to
aelong and these clubs filled that need.
In Damn Yankees , Lola fSherri Waffordj tells Ioe
QShawn Webby that she has joined his fan club.
Terri Vega added, "I liked being in Blue
Jackets. It gave me a chance to meet new
people and show my school spirit."
Through these organizations, Spartans
could show off their talents and abilities.
Kevan Ferguson said, "I loved playing
the drums, and band has given me the
chance to play in front of a lot of peo-
ple." Shawn Webb added, "Choir and
IESTERS! were very important to me.
l've always enjoyed singing, and choir
has given me many opportunities to
display my talent."
In student council, Roger Finley "tries on" his
cage the wildcats shirt.
More than just an honor
One of the highest honors a student
could receive was to' become a member
of the National Honor Society. Leader-
ship, scholarship, character, and service
were four qualities held in high esteem
by the society. Iason Penland said, "Be-
ing inducted into the National Honor
Society was a thrill, but being elected
president was an even greater honor."
The induction of new members was
held on March 5th at 7:00 pm in the
auditorium. Iris Steward said, "Becom-
ing a member of NHS was very special
to me. It was something I will remember
for the rest of my life." Amy Smelser
said, "I was so surprised! I kept thinking
to myself about how happy and proud
my mom would be."
Part of the society's responsibility was
to publish the student directory and help
with preparations for graduation. "NHS
was an honor I was happy to receive,
and I was glad I was able to participate
to the fullest extent. Helping at gradua-
tion was a lot of fun," said Mitchell
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impatiently for the discussion, about who
do what at the installation ceremony, to end.
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NHS meeting to order so they can discuss directory
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Front Row: Marcella Smith, Tracie Hampton, Robin Klimpel, Lori Zachary, Kathleen Slaven, '
Loeb. Row 2: Craig Blair, Albert Paredes, Hubert Reese, Gloria Flakes, Cecilia Guerra, Hector
Max Taub, Karlan Shuller. Back Row: Lori Hoppert, Bill Hasty, Allen Christian, Robert Davis,
Otubu, Cary Blair, Brian Hauervvas, Amy Smelser, Earl McGibboney.
. Wormley hands Katie Karlen her member-
p card and congratulates her.
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Floyce Whitehead "
Michelle Wilson "
On February the 18th, after a long day of shool, Ms, Bell and Ms. Reed are ready for the NHS meeting to be
over so they can go home.
Bailey and Lance Phillips look over the
at the student council meeting.
Leaders in action
Members of the student council
were the leaders of the school. These
students were respected and looked
up to by their peers. "I was very pro-
ud to be elected as a member of stu-
dent council. Since I was elected by
other students, I felt it was my respon-
sibility to look out for their best in-
terest," said Shawn Webb. Many of
the dances were sponsored by the stu-
dent council. They sponsored the
Back-to-School Bash held in
September, the Homecoming Dance
held in October, the Valentine Dance
held in February, and the Spring
Dance held in April.
Their service activities included a
canned good drive in December, an
adopt-a-family activity at Christmas,
and the blood drive in April. Dottie
Bellah said, "It made me feel good
tin White, Cynthia Espinoza, Ioann Tabaniag, and Monica Hamilton call the September meeting to
ieila Arrington and Jeff Cox wait patiently for the
:tober meeting to start.
Russell Ansley and Shawn Webb identify a pic-
ture forthe student council pages.
that the students at Samuell wanted
to help people in need."
Being a part of student council was
an honor, but also a lot of hard work.
julie Cranberry said, "I wanted to join
student council because it gave me
opportunities to help our school and
our community." "I was very proud
of the council this year. We achieved
many of our goals, and we worked
closely together. I really enjoyed mak-
ing banners and posters during fourth
period," said john White.
The sponsor of student council was
Ms. Arthur. She stated, "I have been
very proud of this year's council. They
tried to initiate new ideas. Because of
their initiative, we have participated
in more activities and won a state
award for service."
During Homecoming week on camouflage day,
Danny Dominguez comes prepared and gets his
points in student council.
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Reva Davis smiles over the student council's
SMILE award received from TASC.
Khristina Lefils works on the teacher of the
Sophomore Class: Front Row- Stacey Yates, Kristy Cobb, Lori
Sandlin. Row 2- Maryann Tabaniag, julie Cranberry, LaShun
Hall, Derilyn Bolton. Back Row-Jeff Cox, Elisa Thompson,
Tonya Vail, Craig Stout, Sheila Arrington.
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Roger Finley,Claudia Davila, and Khristina Lefils contemplate on whether to wear stripes or dots on Cag
the Cougars Day.
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Tamara Camino, Deedra Brown, Temby Turner.
Monica Hamilton and Cynthia Espinoza listen
to suggestions for the Valentine Dance theme.
nior Class: Front Row- Khristina Lefils, Lori
xchary, Laura Loeb. Row 2-Carlette Armstrong,
nshunda Rayson, Pam Davis, Buck Row- Bill Has-
, Cheles Rhynes, Lori Hoppert, Claudia Davila.
Craig Iones, Brian jones, Lance Phillips, and Sheila Arrington plan for the upcoming blood drive.
Karen Garrison waits patiently to give her
speech during freshmen elections.
At PTA open house, john White and loann
Tabaniag discuss "after PTA plans" while
showing what student council has to offer.
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wait for the Back-to-School Bash to begin.
Stacey Yates delivers Valagrams to Ms. Asrat's
Senior Class: Front Row- Craig jones, Carl Campbell, Robert
Bailey, Keidra Moore, Crissy Ortiz. Row 2- Dottie Bellah,
Terry Carol, Floyce Whitehead, Arthur Williams. Buck Row-
Russell Ansley, Danny Dominguez, Lance Phillips, Roger
Finley, Shawn Webb. '
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Lori Zachary explains the Halloween sack
teacher appreciation project.
On PTA organization night, Crissy Ortiz and
Iohn White "dip" to the music.
Monica Hamilton discusses the April 7th
schedule for student council elections.
During fourth period, Ioann Tabaniag and Cyntl
Danny Dominguez presents the student coun
float at the Homecoming assembly.
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Student Council: Front Row- Ms. Arthur, John White, Monica Hamilton, Cynthia Espinoza, Joann Tabaniag. Row 2- Carlette Armstrong, Lashunda Rayson, Laura Loeb, Ter
by Turner, Tamara Camino, Karen Garrison, Lori Sandlin, Lori Zachary, Carl Campbell, Kristy Cobb, Stacey Yates, Khristina Lefils, Maryann Tabaniag, Tonya Click, Cra
Jones. Row 3- Michael Bailey, Craig Stout, Dottie Bellah, Sheila Arrington, Pam Davis, Keidra Moore, Deedra Brown, Randy Finley, Robert Bailey, julie Cranberry, Crissy C
tiz, Tonya Vail, Claudia Davila, Terry Carol, jeff Cox, Derilyn Bolton. Back Row- Danny Dominguez, Reva Davis, Lori l-loppert, Floyce Whitehead, Elisa Thompson, Russ.
Ansley, David Ford, Shawn Webb, Roger Finley, Lance Phillips, Bill Hasty, Ron Chaney, Cheles Rhynes, Arthur Williams, Bnan Iones.
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7:45, president john White rushes to make it on
me to the student council meeting.
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Student body officers are treasurer Ioann
Tabaniag, vice-president Monica Hamilton,
president john White, secretary Cynthia
Espinoza, and sponsor Ms. Arthur.
Dottie Bellah heads to t
the Valentine Dance.
Danny Dominguez, Kristy Cobb Carl Campbell Lori
Zachary, Tommy Courson Craig Iones and Robert Bailey
have fun at Six Flags during Project Graduation
AY surpasses with pass
"just say no" was a phrase used by
many allied youth members.
Educating their peers and middle
school students about the dangers of
drug and alcohol abuse was their
main goal. jason Penland said, "Being
a part of allied youth was rewarding
because we had the chance to help
young people make decisions that will
affect their entire lives."
Allied youth members were involv-
ed in a training session in November.
In December members went to
Florence and in February to Hood to
discuss the affects of alcohol and drug
abuse with groups in science classes.
Monica Hamilton said,"I enjoyed go-
ing to Florence. lt was really an eye-
opening experience. I couldn't believe
some of the stories they told about
how drugs and alcohol affected their
Allied youth members worked in
cooperation with the newly estab-
lished Pupil Assistance Support
Systems led by Dr. Suggs and Ms.
Choice. Members attended a
workshop on drugs, alcohol, teenage
pregnancy, and peer pressure. julie
Granberry said, "The workshop was
interesting and informative. It gave
me confidence and made me think."
Ms. Rhoads and Ms. Sunderland
sponsored allied youth.
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On organization night after the October P'
meeting, jason Penland represents allied youth.
Front Row: Roger Finley, Ray Hulse. Row 2: Sharla jones, Karol Kilgore, Michelle Kirksey, Maryann Tabaniag, Robin Klimpel, Laura Woody, Crissy Ort
Crystal Miles, Stefanie Smith, Kathleen Slaven. Row 3: Ms. Rhoads, Kristy Cobb, joann Tabaniag, Max Taub, Marcella Smith, Tracie Hampton, Keithia Broilf
Donise Wood, Katie Karlen, Lucy Chang, julie Granberry, Lorriane Rodriguez, Sherri Wafford, Annette Garcia, I.ori Guerra. Row 4: Ms. Sunderland, Eli
Thompson, Kristi Vaden, Earl McGibboney, Glenn Stone, Christian Young, Deborah Wood, Rhonda Finley, Robert Bailey, Amber Henderson, Cynthia Espinoz
Wesley Cox, Terry Carol. Back Row: Lori Hoppert, jason Penland, Mitch Rogers, Bill Hasty, Mark Busby, john White, Shaynor Newsome, jeff Cox, Tomn
Courson, Monica Hamilton, Michael jones.
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I Russell Ansley, Cynthia Espinoza, and Roger Finley enjoy the fine food at the Loews Anatole,
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program at the October PTA meeting.
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Roger Finley and Robert Bailey listen attentively while Ms. Rhoads discusses the trip to Florence.
In an allied youth meeting, Bill Hasty approves
of peer counseling for drug users.
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Keithia Broiles, Tracie Hampton, Bill Hasty, and Stefanie
Smith vote to go to Spaghetti Warehouse for dinner.
David Ford quickly gathers his homework
before rushing off to an afternoon meeting.
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More than spirit
Practicing every morning at 7:40
continuing through first period,
mastering pom-pon routines, perfec-
ting cheers, painting a Spartan run-
through each week - these were just
a few of the duties that occupied the
time of the varsity cheerleaders, ban-
ner team, and Spartan Image.
Shaynor Newsome said, "It has been
fun. I have made some long lasting
The seven cheerleaders and their
sponsor, Ms. Adams, attended NCA
Cheerleading camp at SMU in
August. They received four blue rib-
bons, one red ribbon, and the Spirit
Stick. Ms. Adams said, "At camp, the
cheerleaders worked well together
and they improved more than any
other squad I have had." Cindy
Aynes said, "It was a new and ex-
citing experience, and we learned a lot
about each other," Billy Robinson ad-
ded, "Camp was a lot of hard work,
but it was worth it because we learned
Varsity cheerleaders, the banner
team, and the Spartan Image attended
all major varsity sporting events and
other minor sporting events. Tommy
Courson said, "I liked the football
games best. I liked being close to the
field and seeing the plays." Iohn
White said, "I liked the basketball
games because we were able to ex-
perience the winning feeling." They
also performed at seven pep
assemblies. Brenda Billings said, "Per-
forming at the pep assemblies was fun
because it promoted school spirit."
Sandy Staab lets everyone know now
Spartan From Samuell High at the Skvline
Varsity Cheerleaders and Banner Team: Front Row- Lisa Braswell, Cindy Aynes, Brenda Billings, LeQuisa johnson, Sandy Staab, Bark Row- I.or '
Rodriguez, Shaynor Newsome, Robert Bailey, Billy Robinson, Lance Phillips, john White, jason Penland, Tommy Courson.
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Braswell wonders if the second halt' of the
Varsity cheerleaders and banner team watch the Skylites perform before the game.
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game will be better than the first
ball game on Friday. Staab instructions before a pep assembly.
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Lisa Braswell and Brenda Billings discuss
Sandy's whereabouts during the SOC game.
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age at the Woodrow game.
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Varsity cheerleaders and banner team Pee Wee to "Tequila" at the Woodrow game.
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ly in the rain at the North Mesquite ganie.
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Lorraine Rodriguez, john White, and Tommy Courson watch
the Spartans chalk another one up in the loss column.
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As good as the best
The Starlets spent a good part of the
summer dancing, kicking, marching,
and surviving the heat. The drill at-
tended camp at SMU in june. "1 look-
ed forward to drill camp because that
was when we really got to know each
other," said Crissy Ortiz.
The hard work paid off for the
Starlets. The team won the
Sweepstakes award which was ac-
quired by receiving a first division
rating in the three categories of home
routine, marching, and a routine
learned at camp. Cristal Miles said, "I
was glad that we won Sweepstakes
my senior year. It made camp very
A total of 75 ribbons were won by
individual members for outstanding
achievement in dancing and mar-
ching. Upon receiving a plaque for
outstanding marching, Missi Braswell
said, "I didn't expect to win because I
was having too much fun."
The officers also attended camp in
june and received a first division
rating. Captain Monica Hamilton was
chosen as a member of Who's Who in
American Drill Teams. Monica
Hamilton said, "Receiving Who's
Who was a great honor. It was ex-
citing performing at the Maverick
game, shopping at the West End
Market Place, and going to South
All of this was in preparation for
the coming year. The Starlets kept up
the good work during summer prac-
tice, football season, competitions,
and the spring show. Stefanie Smith
said, "Being in drill has taught me
responsibility and values."
At Razz-Ma-Tazz dress rehearsal, C
Espinoza gets a helping hand from
Hamilton while Marcella Smith watches.
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milton, Cynthia Espinoza, Marcella Smith.
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Smith, and Keithia Broiles from enjoying the
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Starlets won't see the field next week.
Joann Tabaniag, Sherri Wafford, Crissy Ortiz, and Lisa McElhaney tries to entertain Mr. Wartes and the band at the Spruce game.
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the Starlets' halftime performance at the South Garland game.
The Starlets melt 1nl0 the ending pose of "Burning Heart" at the North Mesquite game.
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Michelle Pierson, Floyce Whitehead, Amy Smelser,
and Elisa Thompson are disappointed at the outcome
of the Homecoming game,
Amy Smelser, Lori Zachary, and April King try to escape
from working in the concession stand at the Fair.
Sherri Wafford marches off the field to "SP" at
the Roosevelt game.
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Pierson, Floyce Whitehead, Dottie Bellah, April King, Marcella Smith, and Crissy Ortiz.
Charee jones gets in beginning position for
practice at the field.
Missi Braswell keeps the Spartan spirit at
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Smelser. Who's WhofAll American performance.
Miles, Robin Klimpel, and Dona Magee Sophomores: Sheila Arrington, Angela McGraw, Kristy Cobb, Elisa Thompson, Jana Rener, Dona
at Homecoming with a cape routine. Magee, Lisa McElhaney, and Charee jones.
Managers: Keithia Broiles, Tracie Hampton, Dottie Bellah, and Yolanda Crear.
Blue Jackets add spirit
Hands clapping, feet stomping, pom-
pons waving, and voices yelling, the
ninety-five Blue Jackets were visible at
every football game. Blue Jackets chose a
football player of the week, made
posters, and decorated the halls at
The sponsors of the Blue Jackets were
Ms. Jean Gambrell and Ms. Judy Serpas.
Blue Jackets met every day sixth period
during the fall semester. Ms. Cwambrell
said, "lt was a different year. We had
some girls not serious about the
organization, but the group as a whole
was very enjoyable to work with. I will
Officers: Front Row- Jennifer Jolley, Lori Sandlin.
Buck Row- Cecilia Guerra, Lori Hoppert, Tonya
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miss them." Ms. Serpas said, "As a
whole, Blue Jackets were a fun, worth-
while organization. It was a shame that a
few members brought down the morale
and reputation of the entire group. Most
of the girls were very cooperative and
fun to work with."
This year the officers were president
- Lori Hoppert, secretary- Tonya Click,
treasurer - Lori Sandlin, and reporter
- Cecilia Guerra. Lori Hoppert said,
"The Blue Jackets this year were a fun
and exciting group. This year's members
were very cooperative and energetic,
and it was a learning experience."
Sponsors: Ms. Judy Serpas, Ms. Jean Gambrell.
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Jw F: Front Row- Terri McAnally, jennifer Hicks, Alice Medina. Row 2- Lori
llarreal, Sharon Ford. Back Row- Sonja Dotson, Angela Barton, Felicia
rw H: Front Row- Cheena Middleton, Toni Boland. Back Row-Tonya Mc-
nrver, Melissa Wilkes, Debra Woods.
nw E: Front Row- Sandra Denman. Row 2 - Faith
imlinson, Rachel Sisk, Nicole Blaylock. Row 3 -
iy Brister, Pamela Catzke. Back Row- Marla
lman, jennifer Stewart, Angela Lovejoy.
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Back Rau' - lennifer May, Aderiana Whitaker, Patrice Shepherd.
Row D: Front Row- Carrie Murry, Lisa McCoy, Deanie Ai-redondo. Row 2-
Dawn Davis, Tina Bradley. Buck Row- Deedra Brown, Alicia Askew, Kristie
Row G: Front Row- Danna Siddall. Row 2 -
Cynthia Wallace. Row 3- Daphne Williams,
Katina Potts. Back Row-Samantha Ramsey,
Sonya jones, Tonia Echols.
Row A: Front Row- Darketsha Cochran. Row 2 -
Monica Williams, Ronda Day, Tracie Scott. Row
3 - Alicia Chambers, Shalindra Turner. Buck
Row - Tiffany Williams, Tijuania Finney,
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Row I: Front Row- Doris Cook. Row 2 - Torsha Minafee, jennifer Edwards,
Back Row - Shanda Rodgers.
Sonya jones, Aderiana Whitaker, Darketsha Cochran, Alicia
Chambers, Tijuania Finney, and Tracie Scott wait for atten-
dance to be taken.
Lori Villarreal decorates the library hall for
Homecoming. Adams game.
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Row B Front Row- Tonya Raine, Karen Garrison, Sherry Coble. Row 2- Tere
Clements, Temby Turner. Back Row- Kimberly Willard, Amy Bishop, She
Tonya Click, Tammy Garrison, Cecilia Guerra, jennifer Jolley, and Lori Hoppert bunny hop at the Bryz
The band concentrates on 'parade rest' at the Mesquite game.
Twirlersz Kim Love, Susan Davis.
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he plays "Taurus,"
Clarinets: Front Row- Michelle Kirksey,
Buck Row- Deborah Wood,
Kevan Ferguson plays the "Fight Song" at Daryl Miller, Deborah Wood, and Kim Love imitate the
"redrum" at the Band Haunted House.
Tuning up -- not out
Trumpets blaring, drums beating,
and tubas tooting faced Spartan band
members at seven every morning for
eleven weeks. The band, under the
direction of Mr. Bill Wartes, started
the year in August with three weeks
of four hour daily practices in
preparation for the marching season.
Alto saxophonist Iulie Cranberry said,
"Morning practices were really rough
but were necessary. They were worth
it because I enjoyed the football
games and being able to have fun and
still promote school spirit."
The Spartan band had several per-
formances other than at football
games. They participated in UIL con-
test in DeSoto in October. In
December, they performed "Sleigh
Ride", "Cantique de Noel", and three
Christmas songs arranged by Mr.
Frank Todd. In january, the band
played for IBM at the Summit Hotel.
"The Band improved a great deal
this year, and they continued to strive
for musical excellence," stated
baritonist Russell Ansley. Drummer
George Carey added, "It was a fun
year, but I feel the band deserved
more credit than they were given."
Drum Corps: Front Row- Daryl Miller. Row 2- Michael Newell, Craig Jones. Buck Row-
Ferrenski Woodley, Kevan Ferguson, George Carey.
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drum major at the North Mesquite game,
Saxophones: Front Row- Pete Prasad, Rosalie York, julie Cranberry. Back
Deborah Wood, Bill Hasty, Angela Kelley.
Russell Ansley plays "Durango", his favorite song, during the first quarter warm-up at the Bryan
Front Row- Tammy Butts, Quevonnas Hopkins, Sharla Wright. Buck
Ingrid Otis, Kateka Brown, Marilyn Day, Stacey Reames, Kirsten
Brass: Front Row- Sam Robinson, Kevin Brisendine, Vicente Sipriano.
Row- Billy Watson, Cheles Rhynes, jeff Cox.
she plays the solo in "On Broadway", Gina McCoppin stares into the
filled with spectators. .
Trumpets: Front Row- Gina McCoppin. Back Row- Carlos Espinoza, Craig
Stout, Michael lones, Sheila Hines.
Deborah Wood and julie Cranberry "tune-up" before they play the Alma
Mater at the Jesuit game.
Crystal Woods and Chantay Durham have got that Spirit at
the Mesquite game.
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A special group added to the Spar-
tan spirit, Five deaf cheerleaders
signed cheers to the deaf student body
at pep assemblies and football games.
Karrie Miller said, "Being a deaf
cheerleader was hard because I had to
add sign language to the movements
and keep up with the varsity
cheerleaders." Debresha Walls added,
"It was hard in class because we had
performance and written tests every
Crystal Woods said, "I enjoyed bee
ing a deaf cheerleader, and it was a
real honor being electedf' Chantay
Durham added, "It was my second
time to be a cheerleader and that
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made it easier. I had more confidence,
and I knew many of the yells." D'Lisa
Preston said, "It was my first year be-
ing a cheerleader. I thought I was go-
ing to be nervous, but instead I was
just excited about performing on the
The sponsor, Ms. Tobola said, "It
was a privilege to be sponsor and
rewarding for me to see their im-
provements: physically, socially, and
mentally." Yolanzo Moore said, "I
was just glad we had deaf
cheerleaders this year since we didn't
have them last year. I was more in-
terested in pep assemblies."
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Deaf cheerleaders "get down" at the BA game.
Chantay Durham is really nervous
cheerleading at the first football game against
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rie Miller, and D'Lisa Preston "won't be defeated."
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At the Homecoming assembly, D'l,isa Preston,
Crystal Woods, Karrie Miller, and Debresha
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Better than the rest
Reserve Officer Training Corps is a
military organization that teaches
skills such as marksmanship, first aid,
military tactics, and survival. But it
was more than just thatp they were
taught leadership, self-confidence,
and discipline. Alfredo Flores said,
"ROTC was something that all
students should experience. We
became leaders in there."
At their annual Federal Inspection,
the ROTC received a score of 98.5
which was the highest score given in
the state of Texas. Deborah Wilson
said, "We worked very hard, but we
Color Guard: Sharia Robinson, Shady Carter,
Allen Hughes, Derrick Todd, William Pipkins,
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Deborah Wilson. Buck Row- Sharia Robinson, William
Pipkins, Robert Davis, Alfredo Flores.
felt like we didn't receive adequate
They received many other honors
such as the "best over all drill team"
for the girls, second place in the Color
Guard Competition, and the Gold
Star Honor Unit with Distinction.
The ROTC also represented
Samuell at several activities which in-
cluded the New Year's Day Parade,
the Martin Luther King Parade, and
the Governor's Day Parade. T. 1. Lang
said, "ROTC taught me self-respect
and responsibility and made me feel
Christia Fuller practices intensely for the dri
Company C: Front Row- Ramon Guerra, Yolanda Tyson, LaChaundra Kemp, Roberf"Davis, Floyr
Langston, Daniel Vasquez, Kevin McCullough. Row Z- Holly Harris, Teashia Rusk, Maria Barajas
Veronica Moreno, LaKeisha Hayes, Shanavy Lewis, Warren Fields. Row 3-Erica Whitmore, Kim Homsby
jrandon Baylock, Iohn Lovan, Darketsha Cochran, Selena Cooper, Donnis Boston. Row 4- Reginald Ken
nybrew, Christopher Whitten, Pablo Solis, Napoleon Robertson, Billy Young, Kelvin Moore, Levie Smith
Adrianna Aguirre. Buck Row-1stSqt. Bivins, Maj. Swearingen, Msg. Quinn.
Company E: Front Row- Damita King, Leticia Martinez, David Piper, Darla Bell, Winfred Thompkins
Gayla Knowles, William Pipkins, Shady Carter. Row 2- Mamie Broxton, Rosario Guevara, Sophia Lopez
Danata Soles, loyce Villalobos, Maria Galaviz. Row 3- Kate Chambers, Harlen Buhler, Michelle Solano
Vickie Sloan, Sabrina Rowe, Bernesten Williams. Row 4- Charles jones, Veronica Phillips, Larry Woodall
Patrice Pettigrew, Mylissa Langford, Larry Whatley. Row 5- Iase Kinser, Douglas Foster, George Carey
Anthony Lewis, johnny Baxter, Frazier Reed. Back Row- Msg. Quinn, lst Sgt. Bivins, Maj. Swearingen.
B: Front Row- Christia Fuller, Earnest Hughes, Robert Jack, Will Carter, Sharia Robinson,
Morales, Javier Marin. Row 2- Pete Prasad, Camelia Taylor, Monica Jackson, Hazel Haynes, Bryan
ides, Antarian Hasty, Donald English. Row 3- Richie Allen, Clifford Roberts, Sherita Rischer, Shane
ichmon Latisha Wheaton, Brandy Jones, Maggie Bridger. Row 4- Tyren Lang, Billy Williams, Marcus
Kevin Schmidt, Gentish Anderson, Kimberly Hall, Francisco Marin. Back Row- Msg. Quinn, lst
is, Maj. Swearingen.
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veborah Wilson, Lucretia Taylor. Row 2- Christopher Hewitt, Jeffery Williams, Sedric Crutchfield, Felicia
lernandez, Cynthia Tolbert, Clememet Boston. Row 3- Jeannie Anderson, Andretta Doss, Terrie Arnold,
rremy Davis, Reginald Kennybrew, Robert Dominguez, Row 4- Msg. Quinn, Joyce Hand, Anthony
tephens, Micheal Washington, Earl Skelton, Van Kien To. Back Row- lst. Sgt. Bivins, Sean Gillespie,
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odd, David Anderson. Row 2- Joe Ramirez, Carla Jackson, Monica Hawkins, Maryland Jones, Joe Valdez,
olanda Brown, Derrick Johnson, Eric Jackson. Row 3- lst. Sgt. Bivins, Detra Johnson, Angela Bennett, Tif-
iny Barkman, Jacquelyn Peavy, Thomas McMullen, Keith Lewis, Alejandro Alegria, Hassin Ebrahimi.
ow 4- George Gutierrez, Shani Bolluyt, Delicia Choice, Felicia Lewis, Dalondris Spencer, Curtis Hunter,
ertrand Davis, Matthew Barnard, Back Row- Kevlin Flowers, Charlotte Robinson, John Jones, Edmond
age, Reginald Whitmore, Mark Olvera, Maj. Sweanngen, Msg. Quinn.
Deborah Wilson, Lisa Curlin, Darla Bell,
Veronica Phillips, and Yolanda Tyson prepare
for drill inspection.
Staff and Assistants: Front Row- David Piper, Allen Hughes,
Deborah Wilson. Row 2- Damita King, Leticia Martinez, Der-
rick Todd, Lucretia Taylor. Back Row- Jase Kinser, Williams
Pipkins, Angela Bennett. '
The Color Guard, Robert Davis, Shady Carter,
William Pipkins, and Kevin McCullough, leads
the pledge at the BA pep assembly.
IESTERS! - a class act
Getting the words and steps down
to perfection and making sure that
their boxes and uniforms were ready
was a routine assignment for the class
act called the IESTERSL Billy Robin-
son said, "I enjoyed being in
IESTERS! because I liked to entertain
The IESTERS! attended several
competitions. Among these were the
DISD solofensemble contest at
Samuell and the UIL solofensemble
contest at Thomas jefferson. Away
from Samuell, the IESTERS! per-
S- Albert Paredes and Shen-i Wafford.
E- Paul Fredrick and Annette Garcia.
formed at several churches, lodges,
malls, and elementary and junior high
The IESTERSI also participated in
many events at Samuell including
PTA meetings, Razz-Ma-Tazz, the
Christmas Show, the Spring Concert,
Senior Assembly, and the IESTERS!
Show. Glenn Stone said, UIESTERS!
was a group that I was glad I was a
part of." Mr. Cannon said, "I enjoyed
working with this group because they
were capable of just about anything."
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Billy Robinson and Robyn Caylor.
Shawn Webb and Elisa Thompson.
Elisa Thompson waits for Mr. Cannon to get to
I- Laura Woody and Russell Ansley.
JESTERS! are a "Hard Habit to Break" at Razz-Ma-Tazz.
Paul Fredrick and Iohn White wait for Mr. Cannon while
Shawn Webb and Cristal Miles discuss Razz-Ma-Tazz.
Marcella Smith says, "We'll do it my way or no
when discussing Razz-Ma-Tazz.
Front Row: Christy May, Annette Garcia, Christine Hocker, Toni Polk, Alma Castillo. Row 2: jewel Benjamin, Paul Fredrick, Evelyn Davidson, Billy Robins
Sherri Wafford, Shawn Webb, Stacy Barnhart, Teny Carol, Lashunda White, Roger Fortner, Lori Guerra. Back Row: james Venters, Laura Woody, jeff C
Robyn Caylor, Allen Christian, Dottie Bellah, Lance Phillips, Barbra Dempsey, Russell Ansley, Keithia Broiles, Ricky Martin.
More than a song
Being a member of choir involved
more than singing a song. Learning to
read and write music, performing in
front of audiences, and preparing
themselves for advanced choir classes
was a learning experience for the
choir. Allen Christian said, "I really
enjoyed singing, learning, and mak-
ing new friends. We had fun when we
sang." Dottie Bellah added, "I feel as
if being in choir helped to mature my
voice. I really enjoyed it."
The choir performed at several
school activities such as Razz-Ma-
Tazz, the choir Christmas show, and
the choir spring show. Keithia Broiles
said, "I had fun performing in front of
They also attended the DISD and
UIL choir contests. Laura Woody said,
"I liked being in choir because I liked
the competition at contests." Barbra
Dempsey added, "I feel choir was one
of my biggest achievements."
With Mr. Cannon's support, the
choir was inspired to do their very
best. Lori Guerra said, "I enjoyed be-
ing under the direction of Mr. Can-
non. He had a lot of confidence in
us." Ricky Martin added, "I liked Mr.
Cannon's ability to get serious during
202 Concert Choir
The highlight of the year for choir
members was the presentation of the
musical Damn Yankees on November
21st and 22nd, Tryouts for the
musical were held on October 2nd,
The cast and crew spent seven weeks
gathering props, rehearsing lines and
songs, and getting costumes in
preparation for the big night. In dress
rehearsal, held on November 20th, all
last minute details were taken care of
so that opening night was almost a
flawless performance. "Coming up
for rehearsal every night from six until
ten took a toll on some of my school
work, but I survived and the show
was a success," said Shawn Webb.
After the musical was over, Dr.
Hughey added, "It was one of the best
musicals that I have seen in a long
The last performances of the choir
were at senoir assembly when the
senoirs sang for the last time on the
Samuell stage and at graduation when
they sang for the last time as a group.
Robyn Caylor said, "It was really sad
to see all of the senoir choir members
Keithia Broiles waits anxiously for her tum
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awn Webb, Ricky Martin, Terry Carol. Buck Row: Roger Fortner, Russell Ansley, Lance Phillips,
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Laura Woody and Robyn Caylor practice "Musick's Empire" for UIL contest in fourth period choir.
Lance Phillips daydreams about making a first
division at DISD contest.
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Martin. Back Row: Lance Phillips, Russell Ansley, Shawn
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points for CCC.
Conduct for life
The Classroom Conduct Committee
promoted excellent conduct in the
classroom. This was done through
banking activities each Friday in all
FOM classes. They paid fines for im-
proper conduct and received
dividends for proper conduct. They
took pride in knowing that they were
"somebody," The CCC's creed was
"I'm somebody, I'm responsible, I
made a commitment, I know the
rules, and I may be young, but I'm
Confidence was gained by the
students. Shupon Mitchell said, "CCC
taught me that we could do anything
we wanted if we put our mind to it."
Lewis, Elizabeth Gonzales, Ada
tinez, Camelia Taylor, Darketsha Cochran, Katina Potts. Back Row: Winfred Thompkins, Theang
Antonio Salazar, Maria Ybarra, Monica Hawkins, Shupon Mitchell, Tonia Echols, jackie Mask,
Front Row: Annette
Dabney, Adrianna Aguirre.
Sofia Martinez said, "I wised up when
I was in CCC. Their principles made
me think about what I should have
done." Marshall Thomas added, "The
CCC gave me confidence. We were
never put down, we were told good
things, not bad."
This group was a unique group. The
coordinator, Ms. Dabney, boosted the
students when times got rough and
kept everyone's spirits high. Shanavy
Lewis said, "We were told that we
never failed until we stopped trying
and so we never stopped trying."
Reginald Brazil added, "CCC was a
good group. They made people feel
good about themselves."
Row 2: Sofia M
Ms. Dabney explains to Patrick Echols and
Olvera how to balance their CCC checkbooks.
Dylan Langreder and Mary Watson review
conduct reports in sixth period CCC.
hane Dundas does the Pee Wee Herman at the
eaf theater arts program.
Approaching the rehearsal room of
the deaf theater arts class, one was
greeted with muffled music. When
the door was opened, the music got
louder and was accompanied by "one,
two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight
. . . " the dancer's cadence.
Dancers glided by going through
their paces, checking their moves in
the mirror. In the middle of it all,
director Ms. Ian Williams watched, of-
fering advice or words of encourage-
ment as members of the troupe ex-
pressed their creativity through
dance. Dancing was only a part of
theater arts. Acting, costuming, and
make-up were also included in the
curriculum. Rosie Boulware said, "We
learned about the history of theater
and that made what we were doing
seem more important." Crystal
Woods said, "I liked deaf theater arts
because it was fun to do the dances,
and I liked the other parts of the
"We learned a lot of different types
of dance, like ballet, jazz, and
modern. It was all mixed together,"
said Mechelle Spencer. Cheryl Baker
added, "I liked acting because it was
fun. It was a different way to express
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I to "Count Me Out". Russell and Katrina Brown.
Front Row: Tina Foster, Shenequa Dean, Michele Rosales, Abigail Escalona. Row 2: Veronica Alanis, Karrie Miller and Anita Thompson dance to "Word Up
amy Collins, Mario Martinez, Laura Loeb, Crystal Woods, D'Lisa Preston, Cynthia Wells, Rosa Garcia.
ow 3: Tara Gray, Jennifer Harvey, Rosalyn Boulware, Travis Caro, Melissa Crowder, Shane Dundas,
Carrie Miller, Deserie French. Ms. Williams. Back Row: Mechelle Spencer, Cheryl Baker, Anita Thomp-
on, Lakiesha Russell, Katrina Brown, Shelisa Scott, Erbie Johnson.
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An installation ceremony, a Hallo-
ween party, a reception, a two day
leadership conference for officers, a
career workshop during FHA week,
and a senior reception were a few of
the social activities for members of
Future Homemakers of America.
They also participated in World Food
Day. They collected canned goods for
a family at Thanksgiving, and they
collected food, toys, and clothing at
FHA prepared students for the
future. Not only girls but boys as well
benefitted from FHA. William Rober-
son said, "I joined FHA because I
wanted to. It was lots of fun, and I
learned a lot of handy things that
most guys don't know how to do."
Part of the large representation of
FHA was due to its sponsors, Ms.
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During the mock wedding, bridesmaids Contrina Fuller,
Monica Brown, and Beatrice Morris secretly dream of their
Evans, Ms. Hawkins, Ms. Fanner, and
Ms. Armstrong. Mercedes Martinez
stated, "Ms, Hawkins encouraged me
to join FHA. I learned about domestic
issues." Toni Boland said, "I joined
FHA because my mother was a
member. It taught me how to get
along well with people because we
worked be so closely together."
It was a learning experience to be a
member of the FHA. Unikki Williams
said, "I joined FHA because I heard it
was fun. I learned many things like
how to raise a family and also how to
cook and provide for a family." Iohn
White added, "I joined FI-IA because I
wanted to enhance my consumer
skills." Monica Brown said, "FHA
was very educational, and I met a lot
of new people."
Temby Tumer has fun evaluating the kitchen
ing first period homemaking.
Chapter 1: Front Row- Monica Williams, Dona Magee, Chenay Mitchell, Regina Jackson, Laura
Row 2- Shanavy Lewis, Tonya Raine, Adrian Sims, Monica Brown, Theresa Meza. Row 3- joel Cruz,
trina Fuller, Tiffany Williams, Yolanda Thomas, Pam Davis, Deborah Hayes, Lando Martinez. Row
Alicia Chambers, Terra Moton, Angela Bolton, Leticia Martinez, Gloria Flakes, Tara Muckelroy, Ms.
ner. Back Row- Angela Kelley, Christia Fuller, Donise Wood, Kelly Walker, Glenn Townsend, Br
Hipp, Michael jones.
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Unikki Williams and Kirsten Thomas work on a bridal display for their extended leaming project.
Emestine Saucedo works on a table centerpiece for Ms.
Evans' food and nutrition class.
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ng, Stefanie Smith, Ms. Hawkins. Buck Row- Carlette Armstrong, Cindy Aynes, Ioel Cruz, Dottie
ah, Christia Fuller, John White, Nicholas Ramirez, Brice Buckley.
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Ieannie Anderson prepares for her leamer stan-
For Tasha Stinson, William Roberson, Laura Aguirre, and Michael jones, it is a double ring ceremony at the mock wedding.
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Randy Finley, Steven Dyer, Marla Allman, and Pamela
Gatzke work on their housing unit in sixth period
Chapter 4: Front Row- Lisa Serrata, Monica Brown, Debra Weathersby, Mark Walker, Dona Mag
Kimberly Branson. Row 2- Ms. Armstrong, Sharon Crimes, Valicia Henderson, Terra Moton, Mamie Br
ton, Monica Jackson, Stephanie Wade. Back Row- Rodolfo Garcia, Nicholas Ramirez, Melissa Contre
Donovan Tanner, Unikki Williams, Vanda Edwards. -
Twana Cosby is pleased with her grade in Ms.
Hawkins' consumer education class.
Martinez and Laura Aguirre are nervous as Lloyd Langston, Lisa Spriggs, and Harold
walk down the aisle at the mock wedding. johnson wait for the next FHA officer.
Susan Dale looks out the window and gets
spring fever in Ms. Hawkins' housing class.
During the installation ceremony,
FHA ribbon from jennifer May.
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hapter 3: Front Row- Sotora Cleveland, Lloyd Langston, joyce Villalobos, Chellita Lott. Row 2- LaKenya Sandra Denman double checks her recipe to be
itt, Hazel Haynes, Sharon Ford, jennifer May, Danna Siddall, Tracie Scott. Row 3- Ms. Evans, Inita sure she has put the correct ingredients in the
nriggs, Sonja Dotson, Evelyn Davidson, Mary Watson, Starlett jackson, Toni Boland. Back Row- joey Sill, punch,
onald Wilson, Bruce jones, Lisa Spriggs, Curtis Hunter, Maggie Bridger.
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Troy Brewer, Manuel Alvarez, and Ron Chaney practice their
rendering skills by sketching Iames Venters.
Front Row: Manuel Alvarez, Melissa Contreras, Georgie Cornelius, LaRonda Reeves, Ricky Coving
Row 2: Sedric Crutchfield, Laura Aguirre, Magaly Garcia, Kevin Long, Tania Tucker. Back Row:
Robertson, james Venters, Mauro Alanis, Femando Martinez, Christian Luneborg.
Detra Smith works on her shading technique in
seventh period art class.
A designing group
It wasn't just a class for the art club
members. Although they competed as
a class, the club spent time after
school hours working on their
sketches. Brenda Fortner said, "We
did a lot of interesting things. It was
fun and challenging." Ron Chaney
stated, "Art was an experience
everyone should have encountered."
The club visited several places in-
cluding the art museum, the Museum
of Natural History, and the West End
Market Place to do sketches. Detra
Smith said, "We had fun observing
the Henry Moore Stake Hitch
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sculpture at the museum." Iames
Venters said, "The thing I enjoyed the
most was designing the windows at
McDonald's for Christmas."
There were twenty members in the
club, and the sponsor was Ms. Robert-
son. Some members helped out at the
John Quincy Adams Elementary
school carnival by painting kid's
faces. Georgie Cornelius said, "I was
the art club president, and we had a
great time working together." Laura
Aguirre added, "Being in the art club
was a good experience. I never knew
that art could be so interesting."
Tamiko Byrom displays her artwork during si
period art class.
Say it with an accent
Unusual, differnt, and fun were
words to describe the German
language and the club. Stefanie Smith
said, "It was a fun and good ex-
perience, and we always got into dif-
fernt discussions about German scien-
tists and chemists." Dawn Scott add-
ed, "German was very unique. I loved
it because it was different."
Dr. Hankins, the German club
sponsor, was respected and admired
by his students. Georgie Cornelius
said, "Dr, Hankins was the perfect
person to teach German and be the
sponsor of the club. We had fun
together learning and practicing our
German." Dr. Hankins could speak
four languages and was familiar with
mn Hankins and Angela jones discuss plans for
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efanie Smith and Yvette Hollis leam to write
teir names in German.
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'ette Hollis, Dawn Scott, Dr. Hankins. Row 3: Glenn Stone, Pete Prasad, Michael Clayton, Fernando
artinez, Walter Bobien, Paul Fredrick. Back Row: Michael Perry, Earl McGibboney.
eight. Mike Perry stated, "I liked Ger-
man because most of my family was
from Germany, and they wanted me
to be able to speak the language."
The difficulty of the language
necessitated complete concentration
from the students. They studied con-
versation and formal words and their
tenses. Debbye Seifert said, "Being in
the German club was fun. I liked it
because it was different. It seemed
like everyone else was taking Spanish
and French, and I wanted to be dif-
ferent." Yvette Hollis added, "You
had to really pay attention to Dr.
Hankins. We learned a lot about the
Brenda Fortner thinks selling Gummy Bears from Germany is
a good money maker.
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Deedra Brown is happy about the Spanish
Club's decision to go to San Antonio.
A touch of Spain
"Nadie Es Perfecto", meaning
"Nobody is Perfect", was the motto of
the Spanish Club. There were
twenty-five members in the club, and
Mr. Sosa was the sponsor. Alfred
Martinez said, "I liked the Spanish
culture, and I thought that being a
member of the Spanish Club would
help me learn more about the Spanish
The Spanish Club celebrated by
having a gathering at Ninfa's Mexican
Restaurant, a Christmas party at
school, and a Halloween party after
school. Ricky Phillips said, "The
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Front Row: Ruth Velez, Cecilia Guerra, Elisa Thompson, Terri Vega. Row 2: Terri McAnally, Patrice S1
ton, Eugenia Harper, Darla Bell, Debbie Oatman, Theresa Meza, Olga Sauceda. Row 3: Rosario Gueva
Alfred Martinez, Kelly Fitzgerald, Stephanie Wade, Treasa Walker, Lisa McCoy, Deedra Brown, Ieffe
Neal. Back Row: Mr. Sosa, Albert Paredes, Craig Stout, Ricky Phillips, Shane Reese, Tommy Garc
Domingo Vega, Alicia Askew.
Spainish Club always had fun when
we got together."
Some of the students in the club at-
tended the Pan American Student
Forum Convention in San Antonio on
March 27th, 28th, and 29th. The club
members had several fund raisers to
help with the cost of the trip. Alicia
Askew said,"I met a lot of new people
and made new friends. lt was dif-
ferent because we learned while we
Every Monday afternoon at 4:15
the art of Spanish cultural dance was
taught in the auditorium.
Alicia Askew waits patiently for the Span
meeting to start.
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An international affair
There were fifty-six members in
"Le Cercle Francais". Ms. Reed, the
sponsor, said, "They were a good
bunch of students. I appreciated hav-
ing such wonderful students in the
The French Club members, who
were also in the class, prepared and
studied a complete unit on Christmas
in France, known to French students
as "Noel en Francais". A revillion was
also held. Many French style cuisines
were furnished and consumed by the
students. Kristy Cobb said, "Le
revillion was always real nice, and it
150 cans were collected and donated
to the Salvation Army. Cindy Aynes
said, "The French Club did a lot of
nice things for needy people. It made
me feel good. I knew French was the
language of love, and the club really
proved that it was."
Their spring banquet was held in
April. Dining at French restaurants
was a good experience for the Spar-
tans who wanted to expand their
horizons. Iulie Cranberry stated, "I
felt that being in the French Club in-
creased my understanding of the
French culture." Max Taub said, "I
was a chance to taste some French plan on visiting France someday, and .T
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The French Club continued with
their annual canned food drive. Over
for the French life." A If 1 y
My Nguyen enjoys the French cuisine served at tl
mock family reunion.
Front Row: Angela Sudkamp, Cindy Aynes, Kathleen Slaven, Cristal Miles, Row 2: Rhonda Young, Judy Brister, Crissy Ortiz, Michelle Kirksey, Mitchell Roger
Julie Cranberry, Kristy Cobb, Angela Lovejoy. Row 3: Ms. Reed,Melissa Wilkes, Lucy Chang, Van Kien To, Guillermo Velasco, Karol Kilgore, Lorrair
Rodriguez, My Nguyen, Lisa Owen, Ms. Vines. Back Row: Edwin Lara, jeff Cox, David Iocoy, Cheles Rhynes, Melvin McKinney, Tricia Lackey, Debra Wood
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Angela Lovejoy, Keith Ausbome, and Nicole
s. Reed helps Adriane james translate while My
Blaylock work on designs for their cards.
guyen checks her answers.
Ms. Reed helps Lorraine Rodriguez identify French Club pictures for the TORCH .
Cox, Becky Marinez, Paul Otubu, Lisa Owen, and David Iocoy discuss plans for the spring banquet in
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During fourth period, julie Cranberry reads
about Toussaint Louverture.
The sponsor and officers are Ms. Reed, vice-president Cindy
Aynes, vice-president Angela Sudkamp, vice-president Mit-
chell Rogers, secretary Cristal Miles, president Kathleen
Slaven, membership chairperson Michelle Kirksey, publicity
chairperson Iulie Cranberry.
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Dr. Hankins, Mitchell Rogers, Ieff Stephens, Michael
Clayton, Brenda Fortner, and Lucy Chang.
A new beginning
The enrollment in the Latin Club
was small, but this gave the members
who were in the club a chance to learn
more about the language, other
members, and Dr. Hankins, their
Latin, which is the basis for many
other languages, seemed to hold the
students' attention, Some students
who had taken other languages could
see the similarities in many of the
words. Lucy Chang stated, "It was
small, but towards the end of the year,
many students wanted to join. If you
joined the Latin class, you definately
wanted to join the Latin club." Brenda
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Lucy Chang discusses with the class the famous
Mitchell Rogers dreams about living in Rome.
Dr. Hankins discusses grades with Michael Clayton, Mitchell Rogers, Brenda Fortner, and Lucy Chang.
Fortner added, "Latin was different
but interesting. The club was a fun ex-
pansion of the class."
Latin students didn't just learn the
language, they learned about culture
and history. Michael Clayton said,
"Being in the Latin Club was an
adventure because we went back into
the past and learned about the
language and its origin." Mitchell
Rogers added, "We were taught about
the ancient history of Latin. It was a
language that most people couldn't
speak, but we were learning how to
speak it and learning about its
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Hilarious comments made by
seniors about other seniors could be
found in the Senior Pub. The senior
class of 1987 organized and produced
R this publication themselves. The
theme this year was Family Ties . Ms.
Adams, the sponsor of the pub, chose
the staff members herself from the ap-
plications that were filled out.
Tommy Courson, editor-in-chief,
had many responsibilities fall upon
him towards the end of the year when
the pub was being worked on. He
said, "It was a lot of work, but I'm
glad that I could contribute to such a
celebrated publication." Brenda Bill
ily' Robinson and Russell Ansley look at the for-
at of the 1986 pub.
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ront Row: Barbra Dempsey, Cindy Aynes, Cynthia Espinoza, Crissy Ortiz. Row 2: Gina McCoppin,
'onna Davis, Dottie Bellah, LeQuisa johnson, Lorraine Rodriguez, Monica Hamilton, Brenda Billings,
isa Braswell, Sandy Staab, Sherri Wafford, Sonya Everette. Row 3: Robert Bailey, Carl Campbell, Tom-
my Courson, Shawn Webb. Row 4: Billy Robinson, jason Penland, Craig jones, Danny Dominguez, David
ord. Back Row: Ray Hulse, john White, Russell Ansley, Mitchell Rogers, Michael jones.
Pub staff forms Family Ties
ings,'the business manager of the pub,
stated, "I thought that being on the
senior pub would make my year com-
plete. I liked working with the other
seniors, especially towards the end of
Animal look-a-likes, senior wills,
and many funny experiences could be
found in the pub. Cristal Miles said,
"The senior pub was fun to work on
and read. Everything in it was funny."
Lorraine Rodriguez stated, "It was
really funny reading about
everybody, but we all knew it was
written in good clean fun."
Lorraine Rodriguez, Tommy Courson, Brenda Billings and
Iohn White make posters for senior pub sales.
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It all adds up
Calculator work, computer pro-
gramming, and number sense were
some specifics on which the math
team concentrated. Curtis Pena said,
"I enjoyed being a part of the math
team because it improved my math
skills, and I got to compete against
students from other schools."
The math team attended several
competitions including the Plano
math tournament, the East Texas Bap-
tist University math tournament, the
Math Olympiad, and the W. W.
Samuell math tournament. There
were nine students from Samuell who
placed in the top five at the Samuell
tournament. Jeff Cox said, "Math
team was fun. I enjoyed competing
David Ford listens to Curtis Pena explain a number sense
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Mitchell Rogers meditates before the East Tex:
Baptist University math toumament.
for prizes at the various
The sponsors, Ms. Russell and Mr.
Coleman, were very proud of their
students. Meetings were held on
Thursday afternoons in room 138. Bill
Hasty said, "I liked math. I also en-
joyed using my mental abilities to
compete with other students
First place went to the math team in
the Homecoming float competition.
Their winning theme was "Divide the
Cougars!". Pete Prasad said, "I joined
the math team to build my skills in
mathematics. We had fun together,
and we made new friends."
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in the library.
Front Row: Terry Carol, Bill Hasty, Cindy Aynes. Row 2: Warren Fields, Lorraine Rodriguez, Max Tau'
Lucy Chang, Hector Salazar, Angela Jackson, Nhi Nguyen. Row 3: Curtis Pena, Earl Skelton, Hect4
Amador, Pete Prasad, Jeff Cox, Hien Nguyen, Ms. Russell. Back Row: Demerrick johnson, Glenn Towr
send, David Ford, Mitchell Rogers, Earl McGibboney, Ron Chaney, Angela Sudkamp, Mr. Coleman.
Hien Nguyen brushes up on his math ski
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ir the next math tournament.
lls before the Plano toumament.
Warren Fields practices using the calculator
while preparing for the Math Olympiad.
Angela Sudkamp organizes the Scan-Tron
sheets for the W. W. Samuell math contest,
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The math team proudly displays the trophies which they
bought for the W. W. Samuell toumament with their candy
fund raising money.
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Armstrong Hicks, Rhonda Young. Row 2- Tarita
Young Hazel Haynes, Shena Medlock. Back Row-Ms.
Sunderland Vivika Mitchell, Dawn Davis, Pamela Gatzke.
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MEDIA CENTER: Front Row- Ms.Cobb, Adrian Sims, Christia Fuller, Sonja Bates, Toni Boland,
Williams, Hae-Sun Lee. Back Row- Willie Clayborne, Greg Cherry, Russell Barlow, james
William Roberson, Ms. Davis, Ms. Fullton.
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OEA: Front Row- Russell Barlow, Shena Medlock, Theresa Meza, Elizabeth Gonzalez. Row 2- Deanie
rendondo, Stephanie Benson, Monica Moore. Buck Row- Veronica Williams, Gwen Brewer, Robin
A place for everyone
The Spartans had several organiza-
tions that helped students and
developed leadership. These groups
included clinic aids, media aids, thes-
pians, PAC, junior NAD, and OEA II.
Clinic and media aids felt like what
they did was special because they
were helping people. Clinic worker,
Ioyce Hand, said,"It was fun and
educational. I helped students with
little everyday accidents that most
people never think about." Willie
Clayborne, media helper, said, "I had
to work hard, but I also had time to
explore the library on my own."
Iunior NAD member, D'Lisa
Preston, said, "I liked NAD, it was
fun. We had the chance to pick a deaf
teacher of the month." The National
Association for the Deaf was a group
designed to unite deaf students at
The Principal's Advisory Commit-
tee was a group that suggested and
helped the principal with important
decisions. Shelia Arrington said, "I
liked being able to voice my opinion,
and I felt like what I said really
In Ms.McFarland's theater arts class, Gregg Sutt
videos a rehearsal for one act play competition.
bbertson, Karol Lon
ozine. Back Row- Chris
drian Sims, Otis Whitmore,
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Terrence Cu berson, Anthony Stephens, ur 1
Pinnekins, Georgie Comelius, Cheles Rhynes.
C: Front Row- Keidra Moore,Dr.l-iughey, Maryann Tabaniag. Row 2- Tamara Gamino, Crissy Ortiz. OEA: Front Row- Gloria Diaz, Stephnee Bailey, Marla
ck Row- Dottie Bellah, Terry Carol, Sheila Arrington, Lance Phillips, john White, Lori Hoppert, Michael jackson, Alicia jones. Back Row- Gloria Flakes, F.T. Pratt,
iley, Carlette Armstrong. Ianice Iackson, Charlotte Houston, Emma Foster.
M l' C 'd , Denise Kuehne, Cara Mia Green. Row 2-
WAD: Front Row- Dora Delgado, Elizabeth Honaker, Laura Loeb, D'Lisa Preston, Crystal Woods, e issa row er
Steve Aldaco, David Harvey, Cynthia Wells, Albert Vega, Karlan Shuller, Matthew Martinez, Ms.Hill. Back Row- Ronnie Sanders, Tara Gray, Brenda Fortner,
:harlie Williams, Lakiesha Russell, Darrin Polk, Stacy Wagner, Derrek Murphrey.
A sense of belonging
The Spartans spent their spare time
becoming involved in many different
organizations. Some of the more
popular organizations were the
Samuell Singers, IV cheerleaders, Red
Cross, SADD, deaf pep club, and the
attendance office. Curtis Pena said, "I
worked in the attendance office, and I
really enjoyed it. I learned a lot of
good office skills."
Helping out with different jobs did
not seem to bother the Spartans. They
used these opportunities to learn and
grow. Annette Garcia, a member of
the Red Cross, said, "I enjoyed mak-
ing things for the children at
Christmas. That was a special time for
me." Traci Fitch, a worker in the at-
Shanna Vines and Lisa McElhaney try to keep a
straight face as they tell Ms. Smith the reason
for their tardiness.
tendance office, said, "It was a lot of
hard work, but it was fun. I got to
walk the halls."
The IV cheerleaders and the deaf
pep club gave their all during their
performances. Shanna Vines said,
"Being a IV cheerleader was an
honor." Valicia Henderson added,"
Being a IV cheerleader really got me
noticed and known at school. I had
fun and met several new people."
Laura Loeb said, "Being the president
of the deaf pep club gave me ex-
perience in dealing with people. It
took good concentration and attention
to follow along with the
SADD: Front Row- Laura Woody, Kathleen Slave
Row 2- Carrie Stone, Iulie Cranberry, Kelly F
zgerald, Christian Young. Row 3- Ms. Ray, Li
Goodson. Row 4- Shenekqua Robertson, Tri
Brewer Back Row- Cary Robertson, Gir
Samuell Singers: Front Row- Tiffany Williams, Felicia Burton, Stacey Yates, Rachel Sisk, Iudy Briste
Susan Fortner. Back Row- Maryland Iones, Felicia Finley, Lisa Owen, Melissa Wilkes, Debra Woods.
Attendance Office: Front Row- Eamest Monette, Martha Brewer, Traci Grimes, LeQuisa Iohnson, Christy May, Angela Iones, Traci Fitch, Vanessa Spencer, Kerr
Walker. Row 2- Bertrand Davis, Melvin McKinney, Eldred Harris, Glenn Anglin, Ernest West, Brandy Hipp, Craig Stout, Michael Newell, Scott Wafford, Davir
Cox, Edward Garcia. Row 3- Amber Henderson, Tricia Lackey, Gala Iones, Rhonda Finley, Sheni Watford, Stephnee Bailey, Carrie Quinn, Brandon Evans. Roz
4- Patti Speights, Stevie Below, Temby Tumer, Daphne Thomas, Keri Shackleford, Melissa Contreras, Randy Finley, Lisa Spriggs, Ianice Washington. Back Row
Demerrick Iohnson, Curtis Pena, Stacey Reames, Patrick Madkins, Shane Reese, Richard Iurica, Brice Buckley, Brian Hauerwas, Lewis Canada.
ed Cross: Front Row- Sherri Wafford, Annette Garcia. Row 2-Angela Lovejoy, Ethel Gonzales, Ms. Anne
atch, Kathleen Slaven, Karol Kilgore. Back Row-Rachel Sisk, Iudy Brister, Barbra Dempsey, Ricky Martin,
cott Wafford, Sherhonda Fountain, Rhonda Webber, Vanda Edwards.
V Cheerleaders: Left to Right- Christine Hocker, Stephnee Bailey, Shanna Vines, Valicia Henderson, Joni
.rnold, Lisa Hall.
Shanna Vines and Valicia Henderson cheer the
IV Spartans on to a victory against BA.
Vanessa Spencer constructs a box for
attendance office name tags.
Deaf Pep Club: Front Row-Amy Collins, Saunia Magee
Shane Dundas, Mario Martinez, Kristina Daniels Ms Anne
Hatch. Back Row-Melissa Crowder, Laura Loeb Matthew
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at Commercial National Bank.
Shannon Iudd answers the telephone while
working at Grove Medical Clinic.
More than a job
It wasn't just a job to the
VOEXOEA students. It was a place to
build lasting friendships while they
learned and earned money. Ms.
Aicklen, the sponsor of OEA, was a
friend and spirit booster to her
students. Rhonda Hoard said, "Ms.
Aicklen helped me keep going when I
didn't want to."
The students in OEA worked on
their career skills during class. Lisa
Braswell said, HOEA was a very
educational program that was aimed
at helping me become successful in
the future." Michelle Pierson added, "
It helped me prepare for the problems
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Castleberry, Nona Taylor, Rhonda Miller. Row 2: Stacy Nerhood, Angela Martel, Khristy Vines, Mi
Lybrand, Michelle Pierson, Rhonda Hoard, Traci Barber, Ioni Amold, Deann Collins. Back Row: Vane
Camper, Shannon Judd, Samantha Worley, April King, Tashun Creag, Floyce Whitehead, Iosett Aguirre
Officers: Secretary Khristy Vines, vice-president Rhonda Hoard, president Lisa Braswell, treasu
Michelle Pierson, reporter Samantha Worley,
that I might be facing in the near
future, and it was good experience."
Patricia Castleberry stated, "The club
was the best way a career minded in-
dividual could get useful experience
in the business world."
"Everything we did helped us with
our jobs," said Joni Arnold. They
spent time discussing their jobs and
any problems they might be having
concerning their job. Stacy Nerhood
stated, "Our group was fun because
we got to talk to other students about
our jobs. Sometimes we would all
bring things and have coffee while we
Lisa Braswell said, "They said that Chem-Law
was gonna be fun, and it is."
:lerick Clements completes another day of work
Bruton Terrace Apartments.
Front Row- james Leaks, David Murry, Rodney Burnham, Allen Hodson, Ben Hodson. Row 2- johnny Points works on the chapter questions
Woods, Sharhonda Williams, johnny Points, Linda Auston, Roderick Clements, Maria Trejo, Ray on "Understanding Taxes".
Massey, Coach Hervey, Greg Stegall. Buck Row- Benito Reyes, Tim Wilkes, james jones,
VOCT, also known as the Voca-
tional Occupational Club of Texas,
was a club associated with CVAE, a
work program that did not require a
particular type of job. johnny Points
said, "I liked VOCT because it helped
me keep up my grades. I was making
money and getting an education at
the same time."
Mr. Hervey, the sponsor of the
organization, said, "I thought they
were a great bunch of kids, and I en-
joyed working with them."
There were thirty-seven students in
the program who researched careers,
studied plans for success, trained
themselves on how to apply for a job,
and worked on communication skills.
These objectives kept the students
busy during the class. Ronald Mokry
stated, "I had fun in VOCT, and I had
the chance to meet new people."
VOCT held a banquet for the
members at Christmas, and they col-
lected canned goods and turkeys to
donate to needy families. "It was an
experience because we got out of
school, we learned, and we did
several service projects. I think we
had a nice program," stated Roderick
More than a class
Having experience in a field was
something that DECA students did
not have to worry about. To be a
member of the Distribution Education
Clubs of America, a student had to
have a job that related to marketing,
merchandising, and management.
DECA was a co-curricular chapter
that related classroom activities with
outside business activities. Roger
Finley said, "I joined DECA because I
was bored with seven classes a day.
DE let me do something that made me
DECA students seemed to enjoy
and trust their teacher and sponsor,
Ms. Stratton. Kealine Vita said, "I
joined DECA because I knew that Ms.
Stratton was an excellent teacher. She
helped me find what I wanted for a
career." Ada Chapman added, 'tMs.
Stratton wasn't just a teacherg she was
our friend. If a student was willing to
work, she was willing to help him."
The curriculum for the marketing
and distribution education classes
were not like other classes. Students
studied several concepts of free enter-
prise, entrepreneurship, selling, and
merchandising. A student had to be
enrolled in the class to be in the
The purpose of the DE store was to
raise funds for activities dealing with
vocational understanding, social in-
telligence, civic conscienceness, and
Christmas time was important and
special to DECA students. They had a
party for themselves at the Trail Dust,
and then, each DECA student
adopted an underpriviledged child
from an East Dallas day care center. A
party and presents were given to the
children. Keidra Moore said,
"Christmas in DECA was special, and
I'll always remember it."
jeff Gilbreath, Brian jones, Roger Finley, Tina Shields, and Michelle Wilson have their cameras ready
for sight-seeing in Washington D.C.
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Brian jones speaks to DECA members and th
parents at the installation ceremony.
The officers are Laura Powell, Michelle Wils
David Vance, Brian jones, Shannon Killebrew, 2
E-ian jones, Tina Shields, and Shannon Killebrew represent DECA with their third place float on the field
the Homecoming game against Bryan Adams.
with a water valve in Washington D.C.
Shannon Killebrew makes a friend at the DECA
Christmas party for underprivileged children.
Row: Missi Braswell, Kealine Vita, Aldora Flores, Michelle Wilson, Letisia Vasquez, Shelley Collier, Ada Chapman, Shannon Killebrew. Row 2: Keidra
Laura Powell, Rhonda Finley, Tina Smith, Tina Shields, Steve Briggs, Yolanda Crear, Martin Meza, Sandy Patterson. Back Row: Bill Combel, Alex Ker-
Michael Wilson, Casey Mitchell, jeffrey Mitchell, Carlos Hemandez, Brian jones, David Vance, Adrian Gudino, Roger Finley, Don Barr, Ieff Gilbreath,
Long, Lewis Canada, Lance Smith.
Brian Iones, Roger Finley, and jeff Gilbreath play tug-of-war
Laura Powell, Shannon Killebrew, David Vance, Brian jones, and Michelle Wilson
look forward to being DECA officers.
Sandy Petterson won't trade anything for "her guy" at the
Rhonda Finley thinks of all the things she hagtci
before the trip to Oklahoma.
Ms. Stratton and "her boys" QLance Smith, Roger
ready to take on Washington D.C.
Adrian Cudino waits patiently for the first
DECA meeting at 7:30 in the morning.
Finley, Brian jones, David Vance, and Don Barry a
Shelley Collier makes a friend at the DEC
Christmas party for underprivileged children.
ian Jones, Tina S
Martin Meza finds a new girl at the DECA Christmas party.
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In second period, Missi Braswell and Shannon
Killebrew enjoy a break.
mith, Jeff Gilbreath, and Lance Smith enjoy Padre Island during the DECA State
ill Anglin can't wait to get "his"steak at the Trail It's a rainy day in Oklahoma for Michelle
Carlos Hemandez and Ada Chapman are on the way to
Roger Finley catches an hour's nap on the way to Oklahoma with DECA.
Clyde Turner and Yolanda Crear supervise Kevin Long, Kyle Watson, and friend enjoy
decorating for the DECA Christmas party. each other at the DECA Christmas party.
Letisia Vasquez and Aldora Flores discuss the DE store profits during second period.
Casey Mitchell brings the drinks for the DEC
At Brian jones' house, DECA students are glad
they have completed the float.
.aura Powell, Roger Finley, and Ada Chapman are
,t the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
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'owe1l, and Ada Chapman enjoy the capitol in Washington D.C.
At Chili's, Laura Powell takes a break from the
Area II Conference.
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What a HERO
HECE, Home Economics
Cooperative Education, was a work
program for students who held jobs
that delt with child care, floral design-
ing, food services, dietary aides,
fashion sales, home furnishings, and
nursing aides. These students were
also members of HERO.
Ms. Brown, the sponsor, had
thirty-five students in the club. In the
class, students concentrated on main-
taining records, preparing income tax,
personal financing, job training,
managing money, and preparing for
an interview. Belinda Mays said, "I
joined HECE because I wanted to
learn about the skills I needed in my
First period officers are Angela jackson, Shannon Cooley,
Roy Waters, and Shannon Shaw.
At Thanksgiving, the HERO
students provided dinner for a needy
family. At Christmas, the HERO
students themselves had a banquet at
Spaghetti Warehouse. Yolanda Smith
said, "Ms, Brown was a wonderful
teacher. She helped prepare us for the
To help raise money for activities
dealing with the class, the students
sold personalized valentine hearts
and candy. Robin Castaneda stated, "I
was in HERO because I felt the ex-
perience I would receive from the
class would help me in life."
Shannon Cooley, Shannon Shaw, and Robin
Castaneda talk about their day at work.
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onald Mokry, Susan Davis, Robin Castaneda, Iohnny Points, Donald Mokry, and Shannon Cooley discuss how much Uncle Sam takes out of their checks.
it Row: Valencia Hollins, Renita Otis, Shannon Shaw, Row 2: Angela jackson, Shannon Cooley. Back
': Christene McMullen, Roy Waters, Tommy Mills, Charleen Plafcan.
Christene McMullen, Roy Waters, and Renita
Otis look at the scrapbook.
Dorothy Wooten shows her friends the Halloween spirit.
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Third period officers are Belinda Mays, Tenesa
Manning, Melida Perez, Deidra Walton, Nancy
Goans, and Trepasco Stanton.
jennifer Buchanan Alecia jones
Child Care Aide Fashion Household Sales
Renita Otis Carol Kristof
Food Service Food Service Floral Design
Front Row: Dorothy Wooten, Belinda Mays, Fonda Sims, Nancy Goans. Row 2: Melida Perez, Back Row:
Holmes, Deidra Walton, Lee Ammons, Tashun Creag, Yolanda Smith, Tenesa Manning, Trepasco Stanton.
Shannon Shaw Charleen Plafcan Roy Waters Dorothy Wooten
Fashion Sales Child Care Aide Food Service Child Care Aide
Child Care Aide Child Care Aide Food Service Food Service
Belinda Mays Tenesa Manning Lee Arnmons
Fonda Sims Trepasco Stanton Yolanda Smith Melida Perez
Child Care Aide Fashion Sales Child Care Aide Fashion Sales
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The Sentinel -in the news
Time was very valuable to The Sentinel
staff members. It was one deadline after
another, but the staff stayed close and had
fun together even when things looked
tough. Hard work paid off for the students,
and constant support from their sponsor,
Ms. Bell, helped the staff achieve their
goals. "I felt honored to be able to work
with such a fine group of talented and
dedicated students who strove for ex-
cellence in producing The Sentinel ," said
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Ms. Betty Bell
Staff members seemed to enjoy being a
part of this organization. Kevan Ferguson
said, "I heard The Sentinel was fun. I learn-
ed a lot about journalism, and it became my
favorite class." joel Cruz added, "I joined
because a friend of mine asked me to, and I
became real involved. It was a learning
The staff attended a UIL workshop at ET-
SU, a UIL practice meet in Plano, a district
UIL meet at Skyline, and a UIL convention
Missey Pinnekins and Angela Iones make postei
for the sale of the December issue of The Sentinel .
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Sports Editor Entertainment Editor Advertising Manager Photographer Sports Editor Features Editor
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Editorial Editor News Editor Editorial Editor Features Editor Artist Editor
ront Row: Angela Pennie, Tonya McCoy, Michelle Kirksey, Susan Dale, Kevin
lcCullough, Row 2: Reginald Kimbro, Ivan Ibanez, Paula John, Gloria Flakes,
athy S1aven,joey Sill. Row 3: Angela jones, Jewel Benjamin, Lisa Hollins, Sheila
rrington, Debbie Oatman, Debbyle Seifert, Sofia Martinez. Row 4: Chris Yates,
annie Land, Cynthia Davis, joey emandez, Charla Carbaugh, Dana Troncosco.
ack Row: Craig jones, Lance Phillips.
Lisa McE1haney and Shanna Vines rush to meet deadline time,
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Red, white, and TORCH
Hard work, dedication, listening,
learning, and, most important,
deadlines were an important part of
being on the TORCH staff. Work was
important, but it wasn't everything.
The staff had good times and made
special friends in this organization.
Crissy Ortiz said, "It was a lot of
work, but I did enjoy it. Ms. Mc-
Collum was a really great person to
work with." Tracie Hampton added, "
TORCH was fun, but it required a lot
of time and effort."
Ms. McCollum, the advisor, gave
her time, energy, and friendship to
the staff, and that was what made
them work hard. Ms. Dailey, the ad-
visor, was also new to the staff, but
she was always there with a helping
hand and a smile. Ms. McCollum said,
"Putting out a yearbook took a lot of
time, patience, and dedication. Some
students at Samuell were critical of
the yearbook staff. My comment to
them was 'If you think it is easy, then
sign up for yearbook and see if you
can do a better job.' The staff was
made up of many dedicated students.
Crissy Ortiz did a wonderful job with
the copy. Robert Bailey and Terry
Carol always came through when a
Monica Hamilton knows Coke is the only way to go.
picture was needed. john White was
always there to pick up and complete
other peop1e's work. I wouldn't have
made it without Monica Hamilton.
She kept me sane. I appreciated each
student and his f her contribution."
Some of the TORCH staff attended
a week long journalism workshop at
SMU to prepare themselves to work
on the yearbook. There were many
positions and duties that each person
was assigned, and, together, they
made a fine group. Iohn White said,
"Being in TORCH was a lot of hard
work, but in the end it paid off." The
staff put in hours after school and a
week in Iune after school was out to
finish the yearbook. Ricky Phillips
said, "We all put in our share of hard
work. We had a great time getting to
know everybody. I had fun working
with everyone and this yearbook will
be the best ever." Monica Hamilton
added, "TORCH was one of the
hardest and most time consuming
things I did this year, but I loved it
because of the staff and the advisors.
We had our good times and our work
times, but we always played or
worked together, like a family."
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Front Row: Faith Tomlinson, Amy Smelser, Robert Bailey, Stacey Yates, Brenda Billings, Donovan 'I
ner. Row 2: Stefanie Smith, Ioann Tabaniag, Terry Carol, Danny Dominguez, Bonny Niccolls, D4
Bellah, Vanda Edwards, Barbra Dempsey, Shawn Webb, Iohn White, Monica Hamilton. Back Row: C
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Cristal Miles, Carrie Stone, Billy Robinson.
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Coke. there is no such thing as work during seventh period TORCH .
There is not enough Coke in the world for
Robyn Caylor thinks Max Headroom is a gas.
Ms. Dailey really thinks Coke is it,
Tonya Vail and Robyn Caylor try to identify another
john White looks up to his yearbook advisor,
Cristal Miles is warned by Crissy Ortiz
Robert Bailey can take pictures and drink Coke
at the same time.
It takes a Coke truck to return all of Iulie
Granberry's empty Coke bottles.
that if she isn't nice, her copy won't be written.
lt's lonely at the top for TORCH editor-in-chief,
iwn Webb fMax Headroomj has a painful ses-
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Carrie Stone catches a ride any way she can.
Tonya Vail closes the door on her TORCH work
john White is a real Coke case when it comes to
Faith Tomlinson takes a ride to get away from
Ricky Phillips keeps his hand on the wheel
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Terry Carol computes the chemical balance of
each ofthe Cokes,
ttie Bellah wonders how much money she Khristina Lefils takes a ride to the Coca-Cola
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s. Dailey demonstrates to Ms. McCollum and Monica Hamilton the correct way to "catch the wave".
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s. Braden gives instructions on how to do foot-
Qtes on a research paper.
Learning, making good grades, and
njoying their classes was important to
ie Spartans. Iohn White said, 1'My
tvorite class was English IV B. I liked
fading Macbeth because it was in-
eresting, and the quotes were funny. It
'as very challenging, and I loved my
Samuell students found that it was the
zachers' interest in them and their work
mat made learning fun. Russell Ansley
aid, "My favorite class was English IV B
ecause I finally learned how to do a
esearch paper, and I enjoyed joking
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During fifth period biology, Charee jones ex-
amines the swamp water from Cherrybrook
Lake and its "friends".
with my teacher." Cristal Miles added,
"My favorite class was chemistry. I liked
Mr. Nicholson. I-Ie was a good teacher
and he was interesting."
Working and learning with friends
was also a part of learning. Wesley Cox
said, "I think that when I enjoyed doing
something, I learned a lot easier." Ioann
Tabaniag said, "My favorite class was
geometry. There were a lot of fun people
in there." "My favorite class was
chemistry because I had an extremely
cute lab partner," added Julie Cranberry.
Anita Ieffery works on her typing drills during
seventh period in Ms. Thomas' class.
Mad about experiments
The first thing most students think
of when they hear the words lab ex-
periment are visions of a mad scientist
working on an odd man with a square
head. For the Spartans, this type of
experiment would only be seen in the
The most popular course to perform
experiments in was chemistry. Tam-
my Butts said, "Lab experiments were
a lot of fun. I liked mixing the
chemicals together and seeing how far
up the chemicals would bubble."
Although some people viewed
chemistry as bubbling chemicals and
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in seventh period.
exploding test tubes, it was really a
matter of proportions. Too much of
one chemical and not enough of
another could sometimes cause ac-
cidents. julie Granberry said, "One
time Kenneth Athey tried to catch
Paul Bohme on fire with a burner."
Biology also offered its share of ex-
periments too. The dissection of
animals ranged from frogs and worms
to fish and cats. Monica Hamilton
said, "When we worked with the cats,
it seemed like people would avoid us,
and I never understood why."
Steve Solano concentrates on a self portrait in Art I
Darren Veail completes a book report on Where th
Red Fern Grows for Ms Anderson's class
Tommy Courson works on a focus question on nutrition while Terry Withrow tries to get Ms. Alexander'
oert Blakely files plastic for a name tag in third
ngela Sudkamp stuffs envelopes for Ms. Russell
preparation for math competition.
Artez Tate discusses his six weeks' average with
Mr. Chappell in physical science.
Hae-Sun Lee, Iris Steward, and Lucy Chang wait for the test results to be passed out in third period
Spending hours in the library,
reading through books, and rummag-
ing through magazines were part of
the ritual of doing the dreaded term
"To get started, I got my note cards
written and categorized so that the
writing would be easier," said Kevan
Ferguson. Kristina Lefils added, "I
read everything I could get my hands
on about my topic."
The next step in writing the paper
involved spending hours late into the
night organizing notes and thoughts
together for the outline, rough draft,
and final paper. "The hardest thing
was trying to make my final draft in-
formative yet interesting to the reader.
We had to combine the author's life
and one of their novels so it was like
writing two papers," said Amy
Smelser. Iulie Cranberry added,
"Writing the final copy was very hard
because of the spacing. I had to be
sure and leave enough room for
Finding enough information proved
to be the most difficult for many
students. Many students drove all
over town to different libraries to find
sources. The drive from the Grove to
the downtown library became a
familiar path to many Spartans.
Cristal Miles said, "Finding
periodicals was hard. I had to drive all
over the place to get enough
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in introduction to physical science.
Gimme a break
How smart were the Spartans? This
was the question for the 1986-1987
school year. Not only did students
have to put up with the usual six
weeks tests, daily quizzes, and
semester exams, but also with the
SAT, TEAMS, TAP, and the STEELS.
How did the Spartans prepare for
these tests? Jeremy Davis said, "You
either knew it or you didn't, you
couldn't learn it all in a few minutes."
Benetta Gaston added, "If I studied
too early for a test, I would forget it. I
usually spent about thirty minutes
studying for each test."
The Standard Achievement Test,
better known to most students as the
SAT, was a test that many up-
perclassmen took. Scores from this
test were used for scholarship pur-
poses and as acceptance requirements
at many colleges. Cristal Miles said,
'IA big group of friends studied on a
Doris Cook takes the STEELS test in seventh
period introduction to physical science.
In the library, Tony Cervantes puts up after tak-
ing notes on Henry the VIII.
computer one night. We knew how
important these scores would be, and
we wanted to do well."
The Texas Educational Assessment
of Minimum Skills is a test that
students were required to pass before
they graduated. Stacey Reames said,
"They warned us about the TEAMS
test, but I knew a lot of students who
The Tests of Achievement and Pro-
ficiency, taken on April 29th and 30th
by ninth, tenth, and eleventh graders,
to determine student progress, and
the Survey Tests of Essential
Elements f Learner Standards, taken at
the end of each semester and counting
ten percent of the semester grade,
were not liked very well by most
students. Ioann Tabaniag said, "I
didn't like taking tests anyway, but
the big tests really put a lot of
pressure on me."
Bruce Iones takes advantage of his third period
study hall by completing his homework.
Mr. Coleman helps Harlena Smith with squa
roots in Algebra I.
ld Merrell finds typing drills easy in Ms.
mas' seventh period class.
ifer Graham and Maggie Bridger study a
Qvter on nutrition in homemaking.
The wave of the
The age of computers had arrived
and computers were being used by
many people for a number of reasons.
Samuell was no exception, they had
their share of computers, computer
classes, and uses for the computer.
Ricky Phillips, of the TORCH staff,
said, "It was easy to change mistakes,
and we didn't have to re-type infor-
mation on the quad-paks. It was a real
The Sentinel staff and the TORCH
staff found the computers very
helpful for organizing, developing,
and printing out ideas. Ms. Bell said,
"The computer helped us to produce
a more timely newspaper. The Sen-
tinel editors gained valuable ex-
perience that they would be able to
use as they pursued their journalistic
careers on a college level." Monica
Hamilton, of the TORCH staff, said,
"It was fun learning all the things the
computer would do. I was lucky all
the keys I pushed were the right
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A lot of Spartans really enjoyed us-
ing the computer, and they found that
learning and working on them was an
experience. Kevan Ferguson said, "I
was a student in Computer Math I. I
thought I should learn about com-
puters because they are the wave of
the future." Mr. Sybert, the computer
math instructor, said, "I had some ex-
cellent programmers. My students
were excited and ready to learn." Ms.
Alexander added, "I loved using the
computer to average grades each six
weeks and to keep a running total of
the grades all year long."
Although most teachers and
students enjoyed programming, some
found themselves frustrated with the
computers. Gina McCoppin said, "I
didn't know a thing about them, and
they scared me. I wasn't real sure of
what to do." Tasha Stinson added, "I
didn't like the computers because I
didn't understand them."
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Mark Walker's head.
A picture is worth a thousand words
Video tapes and VCR's were in
great demand at Samuell. Viewing the
latest play or novel that was read in
English classes was a favorite past
time for the Spartans. Most students
enjoyed the break from the usual
Not only was watching videos a
break, it helped students understand.
Carrie Stone stated, "I saw the Diary
0fAnne Frank, and it gave me a deeper
insight as to what was happening. I'm
glad that we had the chance to see the
video." Iohn White added, " Excalibur
was full of action, and I liked it a lot
better than the stories The Passing of
Arthur and The Day of Destiny Max
Taub said, "I watched the Scarlet Let-
ter, and I thought it was intriguing
Unfortunately, not everyone was
able to see a video. Shirley Bray said,
" We never had the chance because
they were always out." Amy Smelser
added, "I saw one video in English,
but we also saw some in psychology."
Russell Barlow, To y Cervantes, jeff Tatum, and Ferrenski Woodley complete study questions on The
Taming ofthe Shrew in fourth
Bill Hasty demonstrates the "Problem of To-
day" for a brownie point in pre-calculus.
Hector Amador and Michael Rogers "relax" in
Araceli Teniente types a business letter in
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Christine I-locker hurries to finish her graph i
Ramon Guerra gathers information for his boc
report for CLA II.
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m Baskin works on his vocabulary in sixth period
Tommy Courson, David Ford, Mitchell Rogers, Ms. Arthur, and Shaynor Newsome battle a calculus problem during third period.
About this time every year
With diploma in hand, Spartans
looked to the future. Many students
planned to go to college and further
their education. Those who had not
planned on college were ready to
enter the world of work.
Some Spartans planned on attend-
ing a four year university either close
to home or away. Crissy Ortiz, who
planned on going away to college,
said, "I'm going to attend Texas
A8:M. I think that I will enjoy it
because it is a spirited school." Iohn
White, who planned to attend a
university in the area, said, "I'm ma-
joring in political science at North
Texas State University. I want to
become a paralegal." Donna Davis
stated, "I'm going to NTSU and take
up business administration." Kevan
Ferguson said, "I'm North Texas
bound, A lot of my friends were going
to NTSU, and I knew we would have
Two year colleges were also
popular with the Spartans. Brenda
Billings stated, "I planned to attend
Eastfield part-time and then go to VTI
to become a paralegal." Tasha Stinson
said, "I'm going to Eastfield to train to
be' a registered nurse." Unikki
Williams was set on going to Nelson's
Beauty College to become a
cosmetologist. Missey Pinnekins add-
ed, "I'm not sure what I want to major
in, but I am going to Mountain View
College." Kelly Walker said, "I plan to
attend Eastfield for a while and then
move on to ETSU."
College wasn't for everybody.
Some Spartans had jobs waiting and
ready for them when they graduated.
Gina McCoppin stated, "I planned to
move into an apartment and pursue
my theatrical career." Tony Cervantes
said, "I am going to keep working and
maybe later on when I've saved some
money, I can start taking some college
courses." Barbra Dempsey added,
"I'm going to work for a year and
then attend college."
Let's get physical
Running, aerobics, and joining a
health club were important to a lot of
Spartans. Joann Tabaniag said, "I was
in drill, and I played on the tennis
team, but I still wanted more so I join-
ed a health club. It was exciting, and I
met new people."
Physical education was not only
important to keep in shape, it was
healthy for you. Ms. Lynd said,
"Physical education is extremely im-
portant. Without being physically fit,
a person can't be alert or active men-
tally." Ms. Alexander added,
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exponents before taking a test.
The Pearl has captured Lionell Goodmans and
Sheree Jarvis' interest.
"Everyone needs physical exercise to
stay in shape. I think all people
should at least learn about it."
Either at school or on their own
time, Spartans made sure that they
had their recommended daily
allowance of excercise. Monica
Hamilton said, "Excercise was very
important because that was the only
way most people had to stay in shape
and keep healthy." Scott Wafford
added, "I knew pyhsical fitness was
good for me, and it gave me
something to do other than study."
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alphabetizes attendance sheets in the data office.
Ms. Piering helps Clay Domstead with an essay on To Killa Mockingbird for Ms. Dailey's class.
In first period, Mr. Wartes rehearses "The Star Spangled Banner" with the band.
nile Elisa Thompson and Laura Woody hold the stick, Ricardo Pineda sees how low he can go at the
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In second period PE, Dylan Langreder and
Waymon Tiemey retrieve arrows after archery.
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but, as a community, we had our own someone, they
views about the incidents. john White Q fs o hy f ff e e
said, "I knew that the things that hap- of PTL, was ac-
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like the media always made a bigger believed to be
deal out of things than they really Jimmy
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A few years ago, back to school
meant Mother taking herd son or
daughter shopping for jeans, an few
shirts, and dresses, and, of course,
new shoesg All that had changed, and
Mom didn't spend a day shopping for
spirals and Bic pens. Most students
did their own buying, selecting their
clothes and school suppiies, aswell as
records and tapes, cosmetics, and auto
parts. s i
"I liked to shop at Big Town Mall
because it was close, and there were a
lot of good buys," said senior John
White whose check from his part time
job went mostly for clothes and gas,
Admitting she was an impulsive
buyer, Joann Tabaniag, a junior, liked l
the malls c if she were looking for
several things to buy. "IfdI only g
Wanted a pair of jeans or a shirt, i
went to Iudy's. When I saw something
I 1iked,d and I had the money, I bought
it anything from cassettes to the,
wildest shirt I could get." e f i
Teenage buying made a definite im-
pactron the community and helped
the businesses grow. The advertisers
in Pleasanf Grove supported the Spar-
tans and caught the wave in the 1987
At Fantasy Isle Video, Robert Bailey can't decida
he wants to rent Rocky IV or Scarface .
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"My doll is better than the lunchroom
Shannon Killebrew - Dorothy Wooten - Katrina Wade - Nancy Goans -
"I am one of those girls who just wants "All I want for Christmas is my two "I got my diploma and I am ready for "I am ready for the Indianapolis 500."
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"We are double trouble." "But, Ms. McCollum, English IV "My smile gets those Starlets all the
always makes me sleepy." time."
Shawn Webb -
"This is the next best thing to a Honda
Since the day you were
born, you have brought
much joy to my life. I am
very proud of all your ac-
the years. You are special!
I wish you much happiness
in the future.
Dad and l are very proud
of you and your excellent
your positive attitude and
winning smile have
brought you this far. john,
you're certainly loved.
Dad and Mom
We are very proud of you and
all your achievements. The years
have gone by too quickly. We
love you very much and can't tell
you how much happiness you've
brought to our lives. We enjoyed
seeing you involved and excited
about your school activities and
were pleased to have played a
small part in them. Thank you for
Mom and Dad
God be with you as you
go forward. You did great
and made us proud. A
daughter everyone is
proud to know.
Dad, Mom, and Bubba
Thank you for giving me eighteen years of joy. You have been a perfect
daughter. You always have listened to me even though you sometimes
disagreed. You have accomplished so much by not letting backstabbing
friends or anyone stand in your way. You ve never let disappointment or
unfaimess stop you so I know you can do whatever you want. Im so
proud of you and I love you so much.
I couldn t have gotten a neater or more special sister had I ordered you!
I ve also got the perfect partner for our Li-Sher Performing Arts. You have
been so much more than my sister' you ve been my best friend!!! l love you!
Through the years you have given us so much joy and
fort you can accomplish anything you set your mind to
We are proud of you and want you to know we love you
very much We are here whenever you need us
God bless and keep you always
Mom and Dad
happiness. You have shown us that with hard work and ef-
Good luck and con-
gratulations on going to
The whole family loves
you and we re so proud of
you. Dont ever change
and keep your heart-loving
Eighteen years have come and
My oh! My how you have
So proud of you we surely are.
In twelve years you have come
May all you have leamed from f I
school and home
Help you when you are on your lg
own. ttt '
We love you
You have given us years
o love pride and
laughter. We are blessed to
have a son with your
ethics character ' -
telligence and talent. Your
wit and sense of humor
keep life interesting.
Mom and Dad
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BECGME A LEADER
To the AP English class:
Dear Cindy, Carl, Terry, Clay, Lucy, Tommy, Vanda,
Cynthia, Kevan, Monica, Brian, Keidra, Crissy, Laura,
Thank you for letting me use you as "guinea pigs" this
year. Because of you, I have learned much and will put that
knowledge to better use next year. I hope you know how
much I will miss each one of you - we have a unique rela-
tionship, and I am aware I'll never have such a class again.
Please keep in touchg I am truly interested in learning how
you spend your talents.
T0 ALL CJUR
FAVORITES: Bm, J.,
Ms. Adams, Ms. Arthur, Ms. Dailey, Ms. h Your family ii Very Igroudiloffyou' You
Lynd, and MS. Mccouumi ave ma e us appy or a o your 17
years. We love you very much. Good luck
I in college.
WE LL MISS YG !
Billy, Brenda, Crissy, Cristal, Cynthia, Dottie, john, Lorraine, Monica, L0u'Kay'Mark Jr-
Robert, Russell, Tommy, and Vanda.
Youll can be proud of the woman that you have become, while remember-
ing that humility is often a virtue as well. You have a special goodness that
comes straight from your heart. Always keep it with you, especially in the
years ahead. You have grown to be very independent over the last few
years. Try to remind yourself that being free can also mean having nothing
left to lose. You have learned to stand up for the things you believe in.
Remember that you also need to respect what others believe in. You are,
and always have been, an honest and trustworthy person. Be honest with
yourself and true to yourself in the years to come. Above all else is love,
love for the world around you. Always love others, and you will always be
I love you,
Congratulations Missi and
You have made us very proud. It only seems like yester-
day that we were made the proud parents of twin
daughters. Keep your eyes on the Lord, set your goals high,
and nothing you aim for will be impossible.
All our love,
Mother, Daddy, and Craig
Thank you for good friends like john W., Cynthia E., Crissy, loann, Amy,
Lorraine, Tommy, Cristal, Shawn W., Monica, Shaynor, and MKM. I know
you sent them here to be my second family. May you bless them, keep
them safe, and help them remember our special friendship. Lord, since I
know they know you, even in the midst of their sins, help them always to
look to you. I also thank you for my whole family. I thank you for the love
and closeness we share. Continue to bless us with your divine care and
benevolence and let them realize how much I love them and how proud I
am of them. Last, but definately not least, I want to thank you for my
mother. She has pushed me to be the best I could be - not always through
words but through her actions of love. She took me in when my natural
mother died, disciplined me and praised me with lots of hugs and kisses.
Without a doubt, she is my best friend. Through disappointments, hurt,
and lies, she never held a grudge and always gave me a smile. I love her
but more importatly, I love you!
Carl Ross Campbell
To a little guy with a big
We are very proud of
complishments in school.
We love you. Best of
everything in the future.
Mom and Dad
You have brought us
True success is certain if
you continue to seek
wisdom with Christ at the
center of your life.
Remember who you are
and who you belong to!
We love you so!
l Mom and Dad
you and your ac-
To the 1987 TORCH Staff You are my largest group and certainly the
most diverse I have enjoyed getting to know you and I have enioyed
working with each and every one of you I can honestly say something nice
about each of you Because of your crazy ways your sense of humor and
your ready smiles you made each day for me a happy one and the year the
best I have had since I started teaching notice I didn t say the easiest
year I do love you and wish you the very best in life
To those of you who came that extra week and helped me Catch the
Wave and meet our deadline a very special thank you Russell Ansley see
me' You always made me laugh Remember BIB Robert Bailey you were
always there when you were needed and you took just the right shot Dot
tie Bellah you were either up or down I liked you up' jonathan Bickell
you did whatever you were asked to do Robyn Caylor you really came
through with the index and did an excellent iob Cynthia Espinoza you
make me laugh too Others would be surprised at how much you did but
not me julie Cranberry you had an easy year this year Look out for next
year' Tracie Hampton your typing skills were greatly appreciated I expect
great things from you Khristina Lefils you were always willing and ready
to help Cristal Qwomp wompl Miles you really came through when you
weren tsick Poor baby Bonny Niccolls you always had a question for me
and I always had an answer Cnssy Ortiz you did an excellent job with the
copy It was not easy was it? Ricky Phillips you got your pages in finally
with a little prodding Look out' Billy Robinson your were my computer
whiz Which button do I push? I orraine Rodriguez you were really speedy
and got things done I could depend on you Michael Rogers you made me
laugh too I never knew what to expect Came Stone you are a different
person from the first day of school I am glad you decided to stay Joann
Tabaniag you were dingy and were guilty of Amy errors but you got your
work done' Faith Tomlinson you have really improved and I know you
will be even better next year Tonya Vail you were always so cooperative
and you always had a smile Okay' Cynthia Wallace you were quiet but I
knew you were there because you always got your work done Shawn
Webb you need to stay away from it You made me laugh and you made
me smile Iohn White you really gave me a hard time but you really came
through for me too" Monica Hamilton what can I say that I haven t
already said Not only did you do a wonderful job with the 1987 TORCH
you completed the work for the 1986 TORCH
I love you all' Thank you again for a special year You are all special peo
ple Love MKM
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Aguirre, Iosett - 1. "B" Honor Roll
2. Woods 8: Waters 3. IV Cheerleader,
Woods 8: Waters, OEA 4. OEA,
Woods 8: Waters
Aguirre, Laura - 1. Soccer 2. Choir
4. Art Club, FHA, Spanish Club,
Anderson, Latongela - 2. IV
Volleyball, IV Basketball 3. V.
Volleyball, V. Basketball 4. V.
Volleyball - Co-Captain
Ansley, Russell - 1. "B" Honor
Roll, Band, Orchestra 2. NHS, Band,
"B" Honor Roll, Orchestra 3. Band,
Concert Choir, Allied Youth, NHS,
Student Council, "B" Honor Roll,
Razz-Ma-Tazz, FHA 4. Band, SCOA,
Concert Choir, Allied Youth -
Treas., IESTERSL NHS - V. Pres.,
TORCH, Sr. Pub, Damn Yankees,
Razz-Ma-Tazz - Emcee, Sr. Class
Pres., FCA, Student Council, Senior
Superlative, Most Dependable,
Auston, Linda - 2. VOCT 3. VOCT,
"B" Honor Roll 4. VOCT, "B" Honor
Aynes, Cindy - 1. Blue Iackets,
Keywanettes, FHA 2. Band, French
Club 3. Math Team, French Club,
Spanish Club, Woods 8: Waters 4.
FCA, Sr. Pub, V. Cheerleader, Math
Team, French Club - V. Pres., FHA
- Hist., Honors
Bailey, Robert - 1. Choir, Soccer,
"B" Honor Roll, Perfect Attendance 2.
FHA, Soccer, "B" Honor Roll, Woods
8: Waters 3. Allied Youth, Spanish
Club - Pres., Tennis, "A" Honor
Roll, Woods 8: Waters, Perfect Atten-
dance, Soccer - Capt., All District,
All City, Academic Athletic Team 4.
Razz-Ma-Tazz, Student Council, Sr.
Class V. Pres., Soccer - Capt., Ten-
nis, TORCH, V. Cheerleader, FCA,
Allied Youth, Sr. Pub, UB" Honor
Roll, Woods 8: Waters, NHS, Most
School Spirit, Honors
Barber, Traci - 1. "A" Honor Roll 2.
Perfect Attendance, "A" Honor Roll
3. Spanish Club, "A" Honor Roll, IA,
Outstanding Spanish Student 4. FHA,
OEA, "A" Honor Roll, High Honors
Barlow, Russell - 2. V. Basketball 3.
V. Basketball 4. V. Basketball
Baty, Patrick - 1. Basketball 2. IV
Basketball 3. IV Basketball 4. V.
Basketball, Runner-Up Best Dressed
Bellah, Dottie - 1. Blue Iackets,
Thespians, Keywanettes 2. Bye Bye
Birdie, Starlets -- Mgr., Razz-Ma-Tazz,
Student Council, Thespians - Pres.,
Red Cross, UIL, One Act Play 3. Stu-
dent Council, NHS, Starlets - Mgr.,
Starlet Gold, Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-
Tazz, TORCH, Spanish Club, "A"
Honor Roll, UIL, "B" Honor Roll 4.
Damn Yankees, Student Council, PAC,
Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Starlets
- Head Mgr., FHA - Pres., TORCH,
NHS, "A" Honor Roll, UIL, Sr. Pub,
"B" Honor Roll, Starlet Revue, Senior
Benson, Stephanie - 1. Track,
Volleyball, Basketball 2. Track,
Volleyball, Basketball 3. Track,
Volleyball, "B" Honor Roll, V. Basket-
ball 4. "B" Honor Roll, Track, FHA,
Runner-Up Most Athletic
Billings, Brenda - 1. Blue Iackets 2.
Flag Corps 3. Soccer, Woods 8: Waters
4. V. Cheerleader, Woods 8: Waters,
TORCH, Sr. Pub, Soccer, Razz-Ma-
Tazz, HB" Honor Roll, Senior
Superlative, Runner-Up Most School
Boland, Toni - 1. Blue Iackets, FHA
2. Blue Iackets, FHA 3. FHA, Blue
Iackets, Spanish Club 4. Blue Iackets,
Braswell, Lisa - 1. Soccer, Blue
Iackets, Woods 8: Waters, Choir, Stu-
dent Council, "B" Honor Roll 2.
Woods Sz Waters, Student Council,
Soccer, "B" Honor Roll, Concert
Choir 3. Spanish Club, Allied Youth,
Woods Sr Waters, Soccer, "B" Honor
Roll 4. V. Cheerleader, Woods 8z
Waters - Pres., Soccer, OEA -
Pres., FCA, Razz-Ma-Tazz, "B" Honor
Roll, Runner-Up Friendliest
Braswell, Missi - 1. Choir, Blue
Iackets, Student Council, Razz-Ma-
Tazz, Woods 8: Waters, UIL 2. Starlets,
Student Council, Starlet Revue,
Concert Choir, Woods 8: Waters 3.
Starlets, Allied Youth, Student Coun-
cil, Woods 8: Waters, Mardi Gras
Competition, Starlet Gold 4. Starlets,
DECA, Woods 8: Waters, Starlet
Revue, Outstanding Social Studies
Student, Runner-Up Miss Samuell,
Brown, Deanna - 1. Blue Iackets,
Soccer - All District, Student Coun-
cil, Fresh. Class V. Pres., Perfect At-
tendance 2. Student Council, Soph.
Class Sec. 3. Soccer - All District,
Woods Sr Waters, DECA
Brown, Monica - 1. FHA 2. FHA 3.
FHA, Spanish Club, 4. FHA, Spanish
Campbell, Carl - 1. Soccer, IV
Baseball, "B" Honor Roll, All-City
Academic Athletic Team 2. Soccer, IV
Baseball, Golf, Spanish Club, "B"
Honor Roll, Soccer - All District, All
City Academic Athletic Team 3. Soc-
cer - All District, V. Football, V.
Baseball, "B" Honor Roll, Spanish
Club, Math Team, All City Academic
Athletic Team 4. Student Council,
Soccer, V. Football, V. Baseball, "B"
Honor Roll, Honorable Mention Foot-
ball - All District, Razz-Ma-Tazz,
Academic Decathlon Team, FCA,
All-City Academic Athletic Team, Sr.
Pub, Outstanding Athletic Student,
Runner-Up Most Athletic, Honors
Camper, Vanessa - 1. Band 3. OEA,
FHA, "B" Honor Roll 4. FHA, OEA,
"B" Honor Roll, Outstanding Home
Canada, Lewis - 4. "B" Honor Roll
Carol, Terry - 1. Concert Choir,
Swim Team, Student Council,
Razz-Ma-Tazz, Math Team, Once Upon
A Mattress, UIL, "B" Honor Roll,
SCOA 2. Student Council, Math
Team, Swim Team, Razz-Ma-Tazz,
IESTERS!, Bye Bye Birdie, Concert
Choir, UIL, IESTERS! Show, SCOA 3.
Math Team, Student Council,
Razz-Ma-Tazz, IESTERS! - Treas.,
Swim Team, Chess Team, Oklahoma,
French Club - Treas., UIL, IESTERS!
Show 4. IESTERS! - Pres., TORCH,
Razz-Ma-Tazz - Emcee, Student
Council, SCOA, Damn Yankees, PAC,
Math Team - V. Pres., Allied Youth,
Swim Team, Sr. Pub, UIL, IESTERSl
Show, Commended Student from
NMSQT, Academic Decathlon Team,
Most Likely To Succeed, Salutatorian
Castleberry, Patricia - 1. Red Cross,
FHA 2. OEA 3. German Club 4. OEA
Cervantes, Tony - 4. V. Football,
Powerlifting, Senior Superlative,
Chang, Lucy - 1. "A" Honor Roll,
"B" Honor Roll 2. Allied Youth,
Spanish Club, French Club, Math
Team, "A" Honor Roll, "B" Honor
Roll, UIL 3. Allied Youth, Spanish
Club, French Club, NHS, UIL, Math
Team - Sec., Cultural Arts Show,
"B" Honor Roll 4. NHS - Student
Directory Chairman, Allied Youth,
Spanish Club, French Club, Latin
Club - Pres., Sr. Pub, Camp Enter-
prise, Academic Decathlon, "A"
Honor Roll, "B" Honor Roll, Senior
Superlative, High Honors
Chapman, Ada - 3. DECA 4. DECA
Collier, Shelley - 1. FHA, Flag
Corps 2. FHA, OEA, Thespians 3.
Thespians, Sentinel 4. DECA
Courson, Thomas - 1. OEA 2. OEA,
Math Club 4. Banner Team, Allied
Youth, Baseball, Sr. Pub - Editor-in-
Chief, Sentinel, Damn Yankees,
Outstanding English Student,
Runner-Up Most School Spirit
Covington, Ricky - 3. Art Club, 4.
Cox, Wesley - 1. Football, French
Club 2. IV Football, French Club,
Sentinel, IV Baseball 3. V. Football,
Sentinel 4. "B" Honor Roll, Sentinel,
Creag, Tashun -4 1. "B" Honor Roll
2. NHS, Band - Sec. 3. FHA, NHS 4.
OEA, PAC, "B" Honor Roll, Honors
Culberson, Terrence - 4. Thespians
Davis, Donna - 1. Blue Iackets, FHA
- Sec., IV Volleyball, IV Basketball,
Track, Perfect Attendance 2. Blue
Iackets, FHA - V. Pres., Cultural
Arts Show 3. IV Cheerleader, Cultural
Arts Show 4. Sentinel - Editor, "B"
Honor Roll, Sr. Pub., Wittiest
Davis, Marcel - 2. Powerlifting, IV
Football 3. V. Football, Powerlifting 4.
V. Football, Powerlifting, Theater Arts
Dempsey, Barbra - 2. Blue Iackets,
French Club 4. Thespians, TORCH,
Red Cross, Concert Choir, Sr. Pub,
Damn Yankees, Razz-Ma-Tazz, UIL
Diaz, Gloria - 3. FHA
Dominguez, Danny - 1. Football,
IV Baseball 2. V. Baseball 3. V.
Baseball 4. V. Baseball, Student Coun-
cil, Sr. Pub, TORCH, FCA, Woods 8:
Waters, Executive Assistance Pro-
gram, Senior Superlative, Honors
Edwards, Vanda - 2. Soccer,
Spanish Club, Blue Iackets, "B"
Honor Roll 3. TORCH, Red Cross,
FHA - Sec., Blue Iackets 4. TORCH,
Red Cross, FHA - Sec., Sr. Pub, "B"
Honor Roll, Most Dependable
Espinoza, Cynthia - 1. Student
Council, Fresh. Class Pres., Blue
Iackets, Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz,
Homecoming Court, Fresh. Favorite
2. Student Council, Soph. Class Pres.,
Starlets, Concert Choir, UIL, Razz-
Ma-Tazz, Homecoming Court, Bye Bye
Birdie, Starlet Revue, Soph. Favorite,
PAC, Spanish Club, "B" Honor Roll
3. Student Council, Ir. Class Pres.,
Starlets - Ir. Lieut., Razz-Ma-Tazz,
Homecoming Court, Ir. Favorite,
Who's Who in Drill Teams, Starlet
Gold, TORCH, Mardi Gras Competi-
tion, "B" Honor Roll 4. Student Body
Sec., Student Council, Starlets - lst
Sr. Lieut., Sr. Pub, Starlet Revue,
TORCH, Homecoming Queen,
Razz-Ma-Tazz, Allied Youth, "B"
Honor Roll, Senior Superlative, Miss
Ferguson, Kevan - 1. "B" Honor
Roll, IV Baseball, French Club 2.
Band, "B" Honor Roll, Band Show,
Woods 8: Waters 3. Band, Lab Band,
"B" Honor Roll, Cultural Arts Show,
Sentinel, Woods 8: Waters, French
Club, Art Club 4. Sr. Pub, Sentinel,
Band, Lab Band, Woods 8: Waters
Finley, Roger - 1. Football, Track,
Spanish Club 2. IV Football, Track,
Allied Youth, "B" Honor Roll,
Spanish Club 3. V. Football, "B"
Honor Roll, Allied Youth 4. DECA,
Allied Youth - Pres., "A" Honor
Roll, "B" Honor Roll, Student Coun-
cil, Runner-Up Most Handsome,
Ford, David -- 3. Swim Team, "A"
Honor Roll, Industrial Arts Student of
the Year, All-City Athletic Academic
Team 4. Allied Youth, Swim Team -
Capt., V. Football, Woods 8: Waters,
Sr. Pub, Student Council, All-City
Athletic Academic Team, FCA,
Outstanding Science and Math Stu-
dent, Runner-Up Most Dependable,
Fortner, Roger - 1. Color Guard,
Concert Choir, ROTC Drill Team 2.
ROTC Drill Team, Color Guard, Con-
cert Choir 3. ROTC, French Club 4.
Fuller, Christia - 1. ROTC Drill
Team, ROTC - Best Squad Leader 2.
ROTC Drill Team 3. FHA, IV
Cheerleader, Track 4. "A" Honor
Roll, "B" Honor Roll, ROTC
Garcia, Annette - 1. Choir, Blue
Iackets, Razz-Ma-Tazz 2. Blue Iackets,
Concert Choir, Bye Bye Birdie, Razz-
Ma-Tazz 3. Starlets, Starlet Revue,
Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Red
Cross, Oklahomal, IESTERS! 4.
Starlets, Starlet Revue, Concert Choir,
Razz-Ma-Tazz, Damn Yankees, Red
Cross - Pres., Allied Youth,
IESTERS! - Hist.
Garcia, Magaly - 2. "A" Honor Roll
3. "A" Honor Roll, Executive Assis-
tant Program 4. Spanish Club, Art
Club, "A" Honor Roll, Executive
Assistant Program, NHS, High
Garcia, Rodolfo - 4. FHA
Gilbreath, Ieffery - 3. Art Club -
V. Pres., "B" Honor Roll 4. Art Club
- V. Pres., "B" Honor Roll, DECA,
"A" Honor Roll, Honors
Goans, Nancy - 1. Blue Iackets 2.
Choir, Thespians 3. HERO - V.
Pres., "B" Honor Roll, FCA 4. HERO
- Pres., "B" Honor Roll, FCA
Graham, Iennifer - 1. Blue Iackets,
Choir 3. Concert Choir, OEA 4. FHA
Hall, Stephanie - 4. HERO
Hamilton, Monica - 1. Blue Iackets,
V. Basketball 2. Sentinel, Starlets,
Starlet Gold, Student Council, Who's
Who in Drill Teams, NHS, UIL 3.
Starlets, Starlet Revue, NHS, TORCH,
Student Council, Mardi Gras Com-
petition 4. Starlets - Capt., Starlet
Revue, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Student Council
- V. Pres., TORCH - Editor-in-
Chief, Who's Who in Drill Teams,
NHS - Treas., Allied Youth, FCA,
Senior Superlative, Outstanding
TORCH Member, Most Likely To Suc-
ceed, Valedictorian, Sr. Pub
Harvey, David - 3. Deaf Pep Club,
Ir. NAD, HB" Honor Roll 4. Deaf Pep
Club - Treas., Ir. NAD, "A" Honor
Hernandez, Rosa - 3. "A" Honor
Roll, "B" Honor Roll 4. "B" Honor
Roll, High Honors
Higgins, Iames - 1. Basketball 2. IV
Basketball 3. FHA, "B" Honor Roll,
French Club, V. Basketball -
Honorable Mention All-District, 4. V.
Basketball All-District, French Club,
Hollins, Valencia - 4. HERO
Hulse, Ray - 1. Football, Spanish
Club, "B" Honor Roll. 2. IV Football,
"B" Honor Roll, Spanish Club 3. Quill
8: Scroll, All City Academic Athletic
Team, "BH Honor Roll, V. Football,
Allied Youth, Homecoming Court,
Sentinel, UIL, PASS 4. FCA, Allied
Youth - V. Pres., V. Football, Sen-
tinel, "B" Honor Roll, FHA, UIL, Sr.
Pub, All City Academic Athletic
Iackson, Angela - 1. Band, Theater
Arts 2. Band, Cross Country Track 3.
FHA 4. HERO, Debate Team
Iackson, Yolanda - 1. V. Basketball,
V. Volleyball 2. V. Volleyball 3. V.
Volleyball - All District 4. V.
Volleyball -- All District, Allied
Youth, V. Basketball, Senior
Superlative, Most Athletic
Iames, Adriane - 4. French Club,
Thespians, Homecoming Court
Iohnson, LeQuisa - 4. Sr. Pub, V.
Iones, Brian - 1. Valentine Court,
Spanish Club 2. Soph. Favorite,
Valentine Court 3. Valentine Court, Ir.
Favorite, "B" Honor Roll, DECA - V.
Pres., Art Club 4. DECA - Pres., Sr.
Class Treas., Valentine Court, Wit-
Iones, Craig - 2. Soccer 3. UB"
Honor Roll, Band, Soccer, Tennis,
Woods 8: Waters 4. "B" Honor Roll,
Student Council, Soccer, Tennis, Sr.
Pub, Sentinel, Woods 8: Waters
Iones, Michael - 3. Sentinel, Spanish
Club 4. Sentinel, Band, Allied Youth
Killebrew, Shannon - 1. "B" Honor
Roll, Blue Iackets 2. Blue Iackets, "B"
Senior Credits 279
Honor Roll 3. "B" Honor Roll 4.
DECA, "B" Honor Roll, Honors
King, April 4 1. Red Cross, Blue
Iackets 2. Valentine Court, OEA S
Sec. 3. FHA, IV Cheerleader,
Homecoming Court 4. Starlets, OEA,
Starlet Revue, Sr. Class Sec.
Kirkendoff, Alphie - 2. IV Football,
IV Basketball 3. V. Football, V. Basket-
ball 4. V. Football, V. Basketball
Kuehne, Denise f 4. Ir. NAD
Long, Kevin - 2. Spanish Club 2.
Art Club 3. Art Club 4. Art Club,
DECA, "B" Honor Roll
Lybrand, Misty - 1. "A" Honor
Roll, Perfect Attendance 2. "A"
Honor Roll 3. Spanish Club, FHA,
Ull., "A" Honor Roll, IA Award,
Perfect Attendance 4. FHA - Pres.,
"A" Honor Roll, OEA, Outstanding
Business Student, Highest Honors
Martin, Ricky - 1. Football, Concert
Choir 2. IV Football, Concert Choir,
Powerlifting 3. V. Football, Concert
Choir, IESTERS!, Powerlifting,
Oklahoma! 4. V. Football, Concert
Choir - V. Pres., IESTERSL Powerlif-
ting, Damn Yankees, All-District Foot-
ball, Outstanding Chorus Student,
Martinez, Leticia f 1. FHA, Choir,
ROTC 2. ROTC 3. OEA, 4. Sr. Pub,
ROTC, FHA, ROTC Drill Team
Martinez, Matthew f 1. Soccer, "B"
Honor Roll 2. "B" Honor Roll, Soccer
3. Soccer, Pep Club, Deaf Newspaper,
Sign Language Club, Tennis, Ir. NAD,
"B" Honor Roll 4. Soccer, Pep Club,
Deaf Newspaper, Tennis, Ir. NAD,
Mays, Belinda - 1. Choir, Blue
McMullen, Christene W 1. ROTC 2.
ROTC Drill Team 3. FHA 4. HERO
Meza, Theresa f 3. Spanish Club 4.
Spanish Club, FHA
Miles, Cristal - 1. Blue Iackets, Tre-
ble Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz 2. Starlets,
Starlet Revue, Concert Choir, Razz-
Ma-Tazz 3. Startlets, Starlet Gold,
Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-TaZZ,
Oklahonial, IESTERSL French Club,
Mardi C-ras Competition 4. Starlets,
Starlet Revue, Allied Youth, Darrin
Yankees, IESTERS!, French Club -
Sec., Sr. Pub, Woods 8: Waters,
Valentine Queen, Razz-Ma-Tazz -
Emcee, TORCH, Friendliest, Honors
Miller, Rhonda f 1. Red Cross, Blue
Iackets, Soccer A All District 2. Soc-
cer - Honorable Mention 3. VOCT 4.
Soccer, OEA, Honors
Mitchell, Casey f 4. "B" Honor Roll
Monette, Earnest - 1. Basketball 2.
IV Basketball 3. V. Basketball, French
Club, Math Club 4. V. Basketball,
Moore, Keidra B 2. FHA 3. FHA -
Pres. 4. DECA - Chairperson, Stu-
dent Council, Senior Superlative,
Morrison, Sandra - 1. Blue Iackets
2. FHA 3. DECA 4. TORCH
Nerhood, Stacy - 2. ROTC 3. ROTC
Newsome, Shaynor - 1. IV Baseball,
Football 2. V. Baseball - All City
Academic Athletic Team, V. Football
3. V. Baseball - All City Academic
Athletic Team, All-District, TORCH 4.
Damn Yankees, Banner Team, Allied
Youth, FCA - Pres., V. Baseball -
Tri-Capt., Senior Superlative, Most
Nguyen, Phi- 3. "B" Honor Roll
Niccolls, Bonny - 1. Blue Iackets 2.
FHA 3. DECA, "B" Honor Roll 4.
TORCH, FHA, "A" Honor Roll, "B"
Norris, Iamie - 1. Blue Iackets, Red
Cross, Choir 2. Blue Iackets, Concert
Choir, Red Cross - Pres. 3. DECA 4.
Norris, LaDonna - 1. Band 2. Band
3. OEA 4. OEA
Ortiz, Crissy Y 1. Blue Iackets, Soc-
cer, Student Council, Fresh. Class Sec.
2. NHS, Starlets, French Club, Soph.
Class V. Pres., Student Council,
Starlet Revue 3. NHS, Starlets, Ir.
Class V. Pres., Student Council, Sen-
tinel, French Club, Spanish Club,
Starlet Gold, Oklahoma, Mardi Gras
Competition 4. NHS, French Club,
Sentinel - Asst. Editor, TORCH f
Copy Editor, FCA, Razz-Ma-Tazz,
Student Council, PAC, Starlets, Sr.
Pub, Starlet Revue, Senior Superlative,
Runner-Up Wittiest, Honors
Otis, Renita - 1. Thespians 2.
French Club 3. French Club 4. Sr.
Owen, Kyle A 3. HERO 4. HERO
Parker, Percino - 1. Concert Choir,
Basketball 2. Concert Choir 3. Concert
Parrish, Philip - 1. Football 2. Soc-
cer 3. Soccer 4. Soccer
Pena, Curtis f 1. Perfect Attendance
2. Math Team, Cultural Arts Show,
Perfect Attendance 3. Math Team,
Cultural Arts Show, Perfect Atten-
dance 4. Math Team, Academic
Decathlon, Perfect Attendance,
Outstanding Math Student, Honors
Penland, Iason - 1. Thespians, Ull.,
Soccer 2. Thespians, NHS, Soccer -
All City Academic Athletic Team,
Spanish Club, Bye Bye Birdie 3. Soc-
cer, NHS, Allied Youth, "A" Honor
Roll, "B" Honor Roll, Spanish Club,
Oklahoma! 4. NHS - Pres., Soccer -
All City Academic Athletic Team, "A"
Honor Roll, "B" Honor Roll, Banner
Team, FCA, Sr. Pub, Camp Enter-
prise, Lab Band, Senior Superlative,
Friendliest, High Honors
Phillips, Lance - 1. Choir, Football,
IV Baseball, Once Upon A Mattress 2.
V. Baseball, IV Football, Student
Council, Concert Choir, Bye Bye Birdie
3. V. Baseball, V. Football, Student
Council, Concert Choir, Oklahoma! 4.
Concert Choir, V. Baseball, PAC,
Damn Yankees, FCA - V. Pres., Sen-
tinel, V. Baseball - Tri-Capt., Spartan
Image, Mr. Samuell
Pierson, Michelle - 1. Spanish
Club, Blue Iackets 2. Spanish Club,
Starlets, Student Council, Allied
Youth, Starlet Revue 3. Starlets, Stu-
dent Council, Woods Sr Waters, OEA,
Starlet Gold 4. Starlets, Starlet Revue,
OEA -W Treas., Honors
Pinnekins, Missey - 2. Sentinel 4.
Sentinel A Business Editor
Plafcan, Charleen - 1. FHA 2. FHA
3. FHA 4. HERO
Pratt, F. T. - 1. Football, Basketball,
Track 2. IV Football, IV Basketball 3.
FHA, Track 4. V. Football
Ransom, Misti 4 1. FHA 2. Red
Cross, FHA 3. Red Cross, FHA, OEA,
Sentinel, Quill 8: Scroll 4. Sentinel,
Quill :Sz Scroll
Reeves, LaRonda - 1. Track, Choir,
ROTC 2. ROTC, Choir, Valentine
Court 4. Track, Debate Team, Art
Club, Runner-Up Best Dressed
Roberson, William - 1. Track,
Basketball 2. IV Basketball, Track,
French Club 3. Track, IV Basketball 4.
V. Basketball, Track, FHA - V. Pres.
Robinson, Billy - 1. Red Cross,
Football, Choir 2. Golf, Concert
Choir, Bye Bye Birdie, SCOA, Razz-
Ma-Tazz, UII., Cultural Arts Show,
Perfect Attendance 3. Golf, Concert
Choir, Oklaliornal, IESTERS!, Spanish
Club, SCOA, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Cultural
Arts Show, "B" Honor Roll, UIL 4.
TORCH, SCOA, Sr. Pub, V.
Cheerleader, FCA, Damn Yankees,
Concert Choir, IESTERS!, Razz-Ma-
Tazz, Ull., Honors
Rodriguez, Lorraine -- 1. French
Club, Spanish Club 2. French Club,
Spanish Club, FHA, UIL 3. French
Club, Spanish Club, Math Club, FHA
4. Banner Team, Allied Youth, French
Club, Math Club, TORCH, Sr. Pub,
Razz-Ma-Tazz, FHA - V. Pres.,
Rogers, Michael - 2. IV F0Otball,
Soccer, Thespians 3. V. Football, Soc'
cer All-District, V. Baseball 4. V. Foot-
ball, Allied Youth, FCA, Soccer,
TORCH, NHS, Swim Team, Senior
Superlative, Runner-Up Wittiest,
High Honors, Senior Assembly
Rogers, Mitch - 1. Golf Team, Com-
puter Team, Assistant Sound Techni-
cian, "B" Honor Roll, Starlet Gold 2.
Student Council, Math Team, Com-
puter Team, Chess Team, Starlet
Revue, "B" Honor Roll, Golf Team,
Cultural Arts Show, Bye Bye Birdie,
Thespians 3. Math Team, Golf Team,
jV Basketball, "A" Honor Roll 4.
Allied Youth, NHS - Reporter,
French Club - V. Pres., Math Team
"B" Honor Roll, Golf Team - Capt.,
Latin Club - Sec., Sr. Pub, Senior
Assembly - Emcee
Shaw, Shannon - 1. Blue jackets,
"B" Honor Roll, FHA 2. jV
Cheerleader, TORCH, Student Coun-
cil, FHA 3. jV Cheerleader, TORCH,
Soph. Class Sec., Student Council 4.
HERO, "B" Honor Roll, FHA
Shields, Tina - 1. FHA, Band, "B"
Honor Roll, "A" Honor Roll 2. FHA,
Blue jackets, "B" Honor Roll, "A"
Honor Roll 3. DECA, "B " Honor Roll,
"A" Honor Roll 4. DECA, "B" Honor
Roll, "A" Honor Roll
Sholars, john - 1. Football, "A"
Honor Roll, "B" Honor Roll 3. jr.
NAD 4. "A" Honor Roll, "B" Honor
Sims, Adrian - 1. Orchestra 2. Cross
Country 3. Track, FHA, UIL 4. FHA,
Sims, Fonda - 1. ROTC
Smith, Lance - 3. VICA 4. DECA
Smith, Tina - 1. Choir, FHA, Blue
jackets 2. Choir, Blue jackets 3.
DECA, 4. DECA
Smith, Yolanda - 1. Band, FHA 2.
Band 4. FHA, HERO
Smitty, Ruth Ann - 1. Blue jackets
2. Blue jackets 3. Sentinel 4. Sentinel
Staab, Sandy - 1. Blue jackets,
Valentine Court, Woods Gr Waters,
Choir, PAC, Student Council 2. jV
Cheerleader, Homecoming Court,
Student Council, Woods 8: Waters,
Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz 3. OEA
- Sec., Woods 8: Waters 4. V.
Cheerleader, OEA, Sr. Pub, Woods Sr
Waters, "B" Honor Roll, Valentine
Court, Razz-Ma-Tazz, FCA, Most
Stegall, Gregory - 1, Band, Lab
Band 2. Band, Lab Band 3. Lab Band,
Steward, Iris - 1. Blue jackets, Or-
chestra 2. Starlets, NHS, Starlet Revue
3. Starlets, NHS, Starlet Gold 4.
Starlets, NHS, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Starlet
Revue, Senior Superlative, Honors
Stinson, Tasha - 1. Band, FHA -
Hist. 2. Sentinel 3. Sentinel - Feature
Editor 4. FHA - Pres., Sentinel -
Stone, Glenn - 1. Concert Choir,
Swim Team, Once Upon A Mattress 2.
Swim Team, Concert Choir, Bye Bye
Birdie 3. Concert Choir, Swim Team,
Oklahoma! 4. Concert Choir, Swim
Team, jESTERS!, Allied Youth, Damn
Yankees, Outstanding German Stu-
Stuart, Tom - 1. Football, FHA 2. V.
Baseball, Sentinel 3. V. Baseball - All
District, 4. V. Baseball
Sudkamp, Angela - 2. OEA 3. Sen-
tinel 4. Math Club, French Club - V.
Pres., Sentinel - Editorial
EditorfBusiness Mgr., Outstanding
French Student, Runner-Up Most
Dependable, High Honors
Tanner, Donovan - 1. FHA, Track,
Football 2. FHA, Track 3. DECA, Sen-
tinel 4. Track, FHA, TORCH
Tatum, jeffrey - 1. ROTC -
Superior Cadet, Leadership Develop-
ment Award 2. ROTC - Best Com-
pany 3. Band - Drum Major 4. Band
- Drum Major, Best Dressed
Taylor, Nona - 1. Band 2. Band 3.
OEA 4. OEA
Thompson, Anita - 2. Theater Arts
3. Theater Arts 4. Theater Arts, Deaf
Venters, james - 3. Concert Choir,
Art Club 4. Concert Choir, Art Club
Vines, Khristy -- 3. OEA 4. OEA,
Vita, Kealine - 3. Quill and Scroll,
"B" Honor Roll 4. DECA, Sentinel -
BusinessfAdvertising Mgr., FHA -
V. Pres., High Honors
Wade, Katrina - 1. FHA 2. FHA 3.
FHA 4. Student Council, OEA
Wafford, Sherri - 1. Blue jackets,
Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz 2. Starlets, Con-
cert Choir - Treas., Bye Bye Birdie,
Razz-Ma-Tazz, Starlet Revue 3.
Starlets, Concert Choir, Oklahoma,
Razz-Ma-Tazz, Starlet Gold, German
Club - Pres., Cultural Arts, Red
Cross, Mardi Gras Competition 4.
jESTERS! - Treas., Concert Choir -
Treas., Allied Youth, Red Cross - V.
Pres., Razz-Ma-Tazz, Damn Yankees,
Starlets - Sr. Lieut., Most Talented,
Walton, Deidra - 1. Choir 2. jV
Cheerleader 3. jV Cheerleader 4.
Waters, Roy - 1. Basketball 2. jV
Football 3. V. Football 4. V. Football,
Watson, Kyle - 3. "B" Honor Roll 4.
"B" Honor Roll, FHA, DECA
Watts, Brenda - 1. Thespians,
ROTC 2. Thespians, ROTC 3. UIL,
OEA, Thespians 4. Thespians
Webb, Shawn - 1. Concert Choir,
Once Upon A Mattress, Razz-Ma-Tazz,
SCOA, UIL 2. Concert Choir, Bye Bye
Birdie, Razz-Ma-Tazz, SCOA, Cultural
Arts Show, UIL 3. Concert Choir,
IESTERSL Oklahomal, Razz-Ma-Tazz,
SCOA, Cultural Arts Show 4. Concert
Choir - Pres., jESTERS!, Damn
Yankees, Razz-Ma-Tazz - Emcee,
FCA, Student Council, TORCH, Most
Talented, Sr. Pub, SCOA, UIL
Wedgeworth, Dee - 3. jV
Cheerleader, NHS 4. Sr. Pub, Track,
NHS, Senior Superlative, Runner-Up
Most Likely To Succeed, High Honors
White, john - 1. Band, Red Cross,
French Club, "B" Honor Roll 2. Band,
Red Cross - V. Pres., French Club,
Concert Choir, Allied Youth, NHS,
"B" Honor Roll, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Bye
Bye Birdie, SCOA 3. Band, French
Club, Concert Choir - Treas., Allied
Youth, NHS, Student Council -
Treas., TORCH, "B" Honor Roll, "A"
Honor Roll, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Cultural
Arts, SCOA, UIL 4. Student Council
- Pres., NHS - Sec., Banner Team,
Allied Youth, jESTERS! - Sec., FHA
- Sec.,PAC, SAC, TORCH, Sr. Pub,
"B" Honor Roll, "A" Honor Roll,
Razz-Ma-Tazz - Emcee, Sr.
Assembly, Senior Superlative,
Outstanding TORCH Member,
Runner-Up Most Likely To Succeed,
Whitehead, Floyce - 1. Blue jackets,
jV Basketball, Volleyball 2. jV
Cheerleader 3. jV Cheerleader, NHS
4. Starlets, NHS, OEA, Starlet Revue,
Student Council, Runner-Up Most
Wilkes, Tim - 1. Football 2. FHA, jV
Football 4. VOCT
Wilson, Deborah - 1. ROTC 2.
ROTC 3. ROTC 4. ROTC, FHA
Wilson, Michelle - 1. Red Cross -
Pres., Swim Team - Co. Captain,
Thespians 2. Thespians, Red Cross 3.
DECA, "A" Honor Roll 4. DECA -
Hist.fReporter, "A" Honor Roll,
Wilson, Patrice - 1. ROTC,
Runner-Up Most Beautiful
Woodard, Derrick - 3. jV Football
Wooten, Dorothy - 1. Blue jackets,
Choir 2. French Club 3. French Club,
FHA 4. HERO
Senior Credits 281
Abbou, Ms. Betty trcy
Adams, Ms. Linda 1FC3
78, 110, 155,179, 254,
Adkins, David 1113 131
Adkins, Troy 1093 145
145, 198, 204
Aguirre, josett 1123 1 13,
Aguirre, Laura 1123 113,
206, 208, 209, 210, 274
Aicklen, Ms. jolene
Alanis, Mauro 1113 131,
Alanis, Veronica 1093
33, 145, 205
Aldaco, Steve 1103 137,
Alegria, Alejandro 1093
Alexander, Bart 1103 137
Alexander, Ms. jill 1FC3
Allen, Mr. Benny 1FC3
Allen, Richie 1093 145,
Allison, Ms. Donna
Allman, Marla 1093 145,
Alvarez, Manuel 1113
131, 210, 249
Amador, Hector 1113 51,
Amin, Preti 1093 145
Ammons, Lee 1113 131,
Anderson, Bruce 1113
Anderson, David 1113
Anderson, Fred 1093 145
Anderson, Gentish 1103
Anderson, jeannie 1093
145, 199, 207
1123 91, 113
Anderson, Ms. Becky
Andrews, Susan 1093
Anglin, Glenn 1093 67,
Anglin, Keith 1093 89
Anglin, Will 1123 113,
Ansley, Richie 1103 84
Ansley, Russell 1123 1,
9,1 , 16, 23, 24, 26, 27,
32, 61, 66, 67, 69, 72, 74,
75, 77, 112,113, 124,
168, 175, 177, 194, 200,
201, 203, 217, 238, 239,
241, 256, 264, 265, 273,
1113 44, 91, 93, 131,
133,173,174, 207, 221
1113 131, 220
Armstrong, Ms. joyce
1FC3 155,159, 208
Arnold, joni 1113 131,
221, 223, 224
Arnold, Terrie1093 145,
22, 13l,166, 191,220
Arrington, Sheila 1103
Arteaga, Alonso 1103
Arthur, Ms. Pam 1FC3
Askew, Alicia 1093 12,
19, 21,144,145, 148,
166, 191, 212
Asrat, Ms. janet 1FC3
Athey, Kenneth 1103
106, 137, 170
Atkins, Kager1123 113
Atkins, Tonya 1103 6
Ausborne, Keith 1103
Auston, Linda 1123 79,
Avery, Shyawn1093 145
Avery, Vera 1103 137
Avila, Raymond 1093 11,
Ayala, Anna 1103 137
Ayala, Lisa 1103 137
Aynes, Cindy 1123 5, 55,
66, 67, 77,113,178, 179,
214, 215, 217, 218, 261,
Bagley, Rita 1093 145
Bailey, Michael 1103 35,
88, 102,137,174, 221
Bailey, Robert 1123 5,
12, 17, 23, 29, 44, 53, 55,
62, 63, 65, 66, 71, 77, 79,
102, 104, 112, 113, 125,
, , 171, , 174,
126 169 173
175, 176,177,178, 179,
238, 240, 241, 242, 243,
255, 257, 261, 262, 272,
14, 95, 131, 222, 223,
Bailey, Willie 1103 88,
Baird, Danny 1103 137
Baker, Cheryl 1123 33,
Baker, Evelyn 1093 145
Bale, Robert 1103 137
Ballard, Ms. Gen 1FC3
Banks, Melanie 1093 44,
Barajas, Maria 1093 6,
Barber, Traci 1123 76,
Barkman, Tiffany 1093
Barlow, Penny 1093 145
Barlow, Russell 1123 92,
115, 220, 250
Barnard, Matthew 1093
Barnhart, Stacy 1103 25,
Barr, Don 1123 113, 227,
Barrett, Ms. Retha 1FC3
Barton, Angela 1093 145,
Barziza, Mr. joe 1FC3
Baskin, Kim 1123 113,
Bates, Sonja 1123 113,
Baty, Patrick 1123 57, 63,
73, 92, 113
Baty, Raymond 1093 145
Baxter, johnny 1093 198
Baylock, Brandon 1093
Beasley, Kenneth 1113
Beauchamp, Ryan 1103
Beckham, Donna 1103 6,
Beddow, Tad 1093 145
Bedford, Kevin 1113 131
Bedwell, Tina 1123 79,
Beers, Stephanie 1113
34, 100, 131
Beeton, George 1103 137
Beeton, jimmy 1093 145,
Bell, Darla 1103 6, 48,
Bell, Gregory 1103 137
Bell, Ms. Betty 1FC3 155
173, 226, 236
Bell, Torrey 1103 88, 137
Bellah, Dottie 1123 11,
29, 67, 71, 72, 77, 81,
202, 207, 217, 221, 238,
242, 243, 256, 274, 276
Below, Stevie 1093 89,
Benavidez, Tania 1113
Benjamin, jewel 1123 64
67,113, 202, 237, 256
Benjamin, Richard 1113
94, 131, 199
Bennett, Angela 1103 6,
Bennett, Douglas 1093
Benson, Stephanie 1123
59, 63,98, 113,220,259
Bermudez, Librado 1093
Berry, Tara 1093 145
Bickell, jonathan 1093
Bigham, jeremy 1103 37,
Biles, Chris 1103 137
Billings, Brenda 1123 1,
5, 29, 57, 63, 66, 69, 80,
181, 182, 183, 217, 238,
243, 261, 264, 272
Birdwell, Donna 1113
Birdwell, Rhonda 1123
Bishop, Amy 1093 145,
Bishop, Kenny 1093 145
Bivins, 1st Sgt. Henry
Black, Kenneth 1103 42
Black, Pamela 1113 131
Blair, Cary 1113 35, 106,
108, 131, 168
Blair, Craig 1113 35, 88,
106, 131, 168
Blair, Mr. Charles 1FC3
Blakely, Elbert 1123 247
Blanton, Bryan 1123 114
Blaylock, Nicole 1093
Blunt, Billy 1103 137
Bobien, Walter 1103 137,
Bohme, Paul 1103 35, 88,
90, 102, 137
Boland, Toni 1123 114,
166,191, 209, 220
Bolluyt, Shani1093 145
Bolton, Angela 1093 145,
137, 172, 174
Boston, Donnis1093 145
Boulware, Rosalyn 1093
Bowen, Charles 1113 85
Bowers, Gregory 1093
Bowman, Latoya 1103
Boyte, Bobbie 1113 131
Braden, Ms. Pe 1FC3
155, 245 ggy
Bradley, Tina 1093 144,
145, 166, 191
Branch, Ms. Susie 1FC3
104, 105, 155
Branson, Kimberly 1123
Braswell, Lisa 1123 5, 63,
65, 66, 74,100,101,114,
183, 217, 224, 272, 277
Braswell, Missi1123 2,
7, 38, 53, 55, 63, 67, 74,
114, 186, 188, 226, 227,
229, 272, 277
Bratcher, Kyle 1093 96,
Brazil, Reginald 1093
1103 137, 220
Brewer, Martha 1113 222
Brewer, Troy 1103 34,
Bridger, Maggie 1093
145, 199, 209, 249
Briggs, Steve 1113 131,
Brisendine, Kevin 1123
214, 220, 221,222,223
Brister, Kevin 1093 145
Broiles, Keithia1113 11,
42, 55, 130, 131, 176,
Broiles, Kristie 1093 145,
Brooks, james 1093 145
Broussard, Mr. james
Brown, Catrina 1093 30,
Brown, David 1093 145
Brown, Deanna 1113
Brown, Deedra1093 21,
174, 191, 212
Brown, Erica 1093 145
Brown, Kateka1093 145,
Brown, Marie 1123 114
Brown, Monica 1123 114,
122, 206, 208,220
Brown, Ms. Dorothy
Brown, Ms. Pat 1FC3 155
Brown, Quentez 1093
Brown, Rodney 1123 114
Brown, Tonya 1093 145
Brown, Yolanda 1093
Browning, Bradford 1093
Broxton, Derrick 1113
Broxton, Mamie 1093
145, 198, 208
Bruner, Mr. james 1FC3
Buchanan, jennifer 1123
Buckley, Brice 1123 121,
Buhler, Harlen1093 198
Bullard, john 1093 145
Burnham, Rodney 1123
Burton, Felicia 1103 137,
191, 220, 222
Busby, Mark 1113 8, 18,
19, 21, 84, 96, 97,131,
Busby, Vickie 1103 41
Butler, Brian 1093 145
Butler, Lynette 1113 235
Butler, Ms. Cathy 1FC3
Butler, Renee 1093 145
Butts, Tammy 1103 8,
137, 195, 237
Byrom, Tamiko1113 210
Calhoun, Elizabeth 1093
Callaway, William 1093
Campbell, Carl 1123 14,
19, 21, 22, 30, 35, 53, 63,
64, 77, 82, 84, 87, 102,
173,174,175, 217, 260,
Cam bell, Demetric
Camper, Vanessa 1123
53, 114, 224
Canada, Lewis 1123 114,
Cannon, Mr. jack 1FC3
Cantu, Mark 1103 95,
Cantu, Mr. Heliodoro
Carbaugh, Charla 1093
96, 144,145, 237
Cardenas, Arthur 1113
Carey, George 1093 194,
198, 253, 258
Carlisle, Bryan 1093 23,
89, 109, 145
Caro, Travis 1093 33, 145
Carol, Terry 1123 13, 15,
16, 24, 27, 46, 51, 60, 66,
67, 76,77,79,114, 173,
174, 176, 200, 201, 202,
203, 218, 221, 238, 243,
Carrillo, Diane 1103 137
Carroll, Amy 1103 137,
Carroll, Anthony 1093
Carroll, Clay 1123 51, 77
Carroll, Thomas 1113
Carron, Ms. Gerry 1FC3
Carrozza, jeffrey 1113
Carter, Donald 1103 88,
Carter, Konnie1093 145
Carter, Shady 4111 9,
Carter, Walter 4101 53,
88, 99, 137
Carter, Will 4091 145,
Carthon, Reginald 4101
99, 137, 138
Castaneda, Robin 4101
Castellano, Sonia 4091
Castillo, Alma 4101 137,
4121 114, 224
Cato, Katherine 4111 47,
Cavazos, Alfred 4091
Caylor, Robyn 4101 21,
137, 200, 201, 202, 203,
238, 239, 240, 243
C azares, jesenia 4091
Cervantes, Tony 4121
55, 70, 76, 84, 87, 103,
115, 248, 250
Chambers, Alicia 4091
Chambers, Kate 4091 6,
Champion, Chris 4091
, 28, 145, 149
1Chaney, Ron 4101 50, 84,
210, 218, 260
Chang, Lucy 4121 7, 66,
68, 75, 76, 80, 115, 120,
121,168, 176, 214, 216,
Chapman, Ada 4121 73,
115, 204, 227, 229, 231
Chapman, Suzann 4091
145, 204, 213, 243
Chappell, Mr. joe 4FC1
Chavez, john 4091 145
Chenevert, Mr. Tony
Cheney, Kathy 4091 145
Cherry, Derrick 4091
Cherry, Greg 4121 115,
Choice, Anthony 4121
Choice, Delicia 4091 146
Christian, Allen 4111 10,
25, 54, 130, 131, 168,
170, 202, 203, 237
Cipriano, Frank 4111 131
Cisneros, jorge 4091 146
Clark, Isaac 4091 35, 94,
Clayborne, Willie 4101
54, 88, 95,137, 220
Cla ton, Michael 4121
90, 211, 216
Cleere, Duane 4111 88
Clement, Amy 4091 44,
Clements, Roderick 4091
146, 151, 225
Clements, Teresa 4091
Cleveland, Sotora 4101
Click, Tonya 4101 137,
174, 190, 192
Cobb, Ginger 4091 146
Cobb, Kristy 4101 23, 38,
176, 177, 184, 189, 214
Cobb, Ms. Virginia 4FC1
155, 220, 260
Coble, Sherry 4091 146,
4091 146, 191, 192,
Coleman, Duane 4111
Coleman, Mr. Lester
Coleman, Mr. Marcus
4FC1 155, 248
Collier, Shelley 4121
115, 227, 228
Collins, Amy 4091 146,
205, 221, 223
Collins, Deann 4101 137,
Collins, jacquelin 4091
Collins, Thomas 4111
Combel, Bill 4111 131,
Contreras, Melissa 4111
131, 208, 210, 220,222
Contreras, Sandra 4101
Cook, Crisi 4121 115
Cook, Doris 4091 146,
Cooley, Shannon 4111
131, 232, 233
Coonrod, Kerry 4101 137
Coonrod, Robert 4111
Cooper, Derrick 4111 92,
Cooper, Selena 4091 146,
Copeland, Donna 4101
Corgil, Richard 4091 146
Cornelius, Chris 4091
Cornelius, Georgie 4121
210, 211, 221
Coronado, jimm 4111 3,
14, 42, 43, 95, 1y31
Correa, Francisco 4091
Cortez, Rudy 4091 146
Cosb ,Sherrie 4121 53,
Cosby, Twana 4121 115,
Coulter, Diana 4091 146
Courson, Angie 4101 137
Courson, Tommy 4121 1,
3,10, 25, 27, 50, 51, 53,
55, 63, 67, 110, 115, 116,
181,183, 217, 237, 246,
251, 273, 274
Covington, Ricky 4121
Cox, David 4101 88, 137,
Cox, jeff 4101 53, 102,
176, 193, 195, 202, 203,
214, 215, 218, 219
Cox, Wesley 4121 23, 55,
64, 67,115,176, 274
Cozine, Shamond 4111
84, 87, 131, 221
Crafton, Mr. Dave 4FC1
Crawford, Derrick 4091
Crawford, Richard 4111
Creag Tashun 4121 77,
11 , 169, 224, 234
Crear, Yolanda 4121 73,
Crowder, Melissa 4101
137, 221, 223
Crowley, Kathryn 4091
Crutchfield, Sedric 4101
137, 139, 199, 210
Cruz, joel 4121 115, 206,
207, 237, 261
4121 4, 28, 42,115,
120, 121, 131, 221
Curlin, Lisa 4111 6, 35,
Dabney, Ms. Irene 4FC1
Dailey, Ms. Tracy 4FC1
156, 240, 243
Dale, Susan 4121 115,
Daniels, Kristina 4091
146, 221, 223
Daniels, Ms. Vivian
Darden, Cornelia 4121
20, 84, 87,114,116
Darden, jerry 4101 84,
Davidson, Evelyn 4101
137, 202, 209
Davidson, Robert 4101
Davila, Armando 4091
Davila, Claudia 4111 35,
45, 55, 131, 134, 172,
173, 174, 238
Davila, Ms. Rosie 4FC1
Davis, Angela 4091 146,
Davis, Bennetta 4101 137
Davis, Bertrand 4091
, 220, 222
Davis, Cindy 4111 131,
Davis, Dawn 4091 144,
146, 191, 220
Davis, Donna 4121 62,
116, 217, 236
Davis, Ericka 4091 146
Davis, jacquelin 4111
Davis, Karen 4121 41,53,
Davis, LaShon 4111 131
Davis, Marcel 4121 28,
36, 40, 55, 103,221
Davis, Mr. A. D. 4FC1
Davis, Ms. Helen 4FC1
156, 220, 260
Davis, Pam 4111 45, 51,
Davis, Reva 4111 14, 27,
28, 91, 93, 131, 172,174
Davis, Robert 4111 3, 9,
48, 49,131,168, 198
Davis, Susan 4111 9, 111,
131, 193, 233
Davis, Timothy 4101 137
Dawson, Laurie 4101
Dawson, Marvin 4091
Day, Marilyn 4101 8,
Day, Ronda 4111 191
Dean, Shenequa 4091 31,
33, 146, 205
Delarosa, Leonel 4091
Deleon, Micky 4101 137,
Delgado, Dora 4101 221
Delgado, Gabino 4121 72
Dempsey, Barbra 4121 1,
60, 67,111,116, 202,
217, 221, 223, 238, 255
Denman, Sandra 4091
Diaz, Gloria 4121 58,
116, 221, 274
Dickerson, Corey 4111
88, 99, 131
Dominguez, Danng 4121
7, 29, 64, 68, 77, 0, 107,
174, 175, 217, 238, 239,
259, 272, 274, 276
Dominguez, Robert 4091
Domstead, Clay 4091
Dorman, Michael 4121
Dorsey, Richard 4101
Doss, Andretta 4091 146,
Dotson, Shondra 4101
Dotson, Sonja 4091 146,
Downum, Michael 4091
Duffey, Billy 4091 94,
Dugger, Sam 4091 146
Dunbar, Ms. Karen 4FC1
Duncan, Carmen 4101 6,
48, 137, 199
Duncan, Michael 4091
Duncan, Robert 4101 137
Dundas, Shane 4091 146,
205, 221, 223
Durham, Chantay 4121
ll, 30, 54, 57, 65, 66,
l16,196, 197, 257
Dyer, Steven 4091 208
Eaton, jason 4091 146
Ebrahimi, Hassin 4091
Echols, Patrick 4091 146,
Echols, Tonia 4091 150,
1 91, 204
Edwards, jennifer 4091
Edwards, Vanda 4121 1,
29, 57, 61, 72, 116, 118,
223, 238, 242, 255, 264,
4091 8 , 146
Elliott, Tanisha 4091 146
Elnoris, Isaac 4101 137
English, Aric 4121 116
English, Donald 4091
Epps, Ms. Floy 4FC1 156
Ernesti, Stephen 4091
Escalona, Abigail 4091
Escalona, Stephen 4091
Escobar, Tayna 4091 147
Espinosa, Mr. joe 4FC1
Espinoza, Carlos 4101
Espinoza, Cynthia 4121
1, 4, 17, 19, 20, 21, 23,
38, 39, 55, 56, 60, 64, 67,
70, 72, 80,114,116,l71,
184,185,188, 217, 238,
241, 242, 243, 256, 262,
265, 273, 274, 275
Evans, Brandon 4101 88,
Evans, james 4091 89,
Evans, Ms. Erma 4FC1
Everett, jerilyn 4111 131
Everette, Sonya 4121 217
Fagan, Mr. Fred 4FC1
Fairley, Andre 4091 147
Fanner, Ms. Mary 4FC1
Farmer, Ronny 4091 147
Ferguson, Donald 4091
Fe uson, Kevan 4121
23, 58, 64,116,193, 194,
236, 237, 253
Few, Ann 4091 147
Few, joanthan 4091 147
Fields, Keith 4091 147
Fields, Larry 4101 137
Fields, Perry 4111 131
Fields, Timothy 4101 55,
Fields, Warren 4091 9,
49, 147, 198, 218, 219
Fields, Willis 4101 99,
Finley, Felicia 4101 220,
Finley, Randy 4091 14,
96, 147, 15 ,172, 174,
177, 208, 222
Finley, Rhonda 4111
131,176, 220, 222, 227,
Finley, Roger 4121 14,
63, 64, 67, 77, 81,116,
177, 226, 227, 228, 230,
Finney, james 4091 147
Finney, jimmy 4101 137
Finney, Leisha 4111 131
Finney, Tijuania 4091
147, 191, 192
Fishbeck, jeremy 4091
Fitch, Traci 4101 137,
Fitzgerald, Kelly 4101
42,137,170, 212, 220,
Flakes, Gloria 4111 131,
168, 206, 221, 237
Fleming, Roy 4091 54,
55, 8 , 106, 47
Flores, Aldora4111 199,
Flores, Alfredo 4111 198
Flowers, Kelvin 4091
147, 199, 258
Force, Carl 4091 147
Ford, Darnella 4101 137
Ford, David 4121 5, 18,
20, 23, 47, 51, 53, 55, 63,
71, 76, 84, 87, 96,116,
Ford, Sharon 4091 147,
Fortner, Brenda 4101 53,
137,170, 211, 216, 221
Fortner, Roger 4121 67,
116, 202, 03, 256
Fortner, Susan 4111 131,
Foster, Douglas 1103
Foster, Emma 1123 221
Foster, Farron1123 116
Foster, Mr. Lyndon 1FC3
Foster, Tina 1093 147,
Fowler, Robin 1113 42,
Franklin, Stacy 1113 116
Fredrick, Paul 1113 131,
200, 201, 202, 203, 211
Freeman, Cathy 1103 41,
Freeman, Ms. Lina 1FC3
French, Deserie1113 33,
Fuller, Christia 1123 6,
37, 48, 49, 72, 117, 198,
199, 206, 207, 220
Fuller, Contrina 1113
131, 206, 259
Fuller, Felicia 1093 147
Fulton, Ms. Carolyn
1FC3 156, 220, 260
Galaviz, Maria 1093 147,
157, 158, 190
Gamino, Tamara 1093
147, 172, 174, 221
Gantt, Vinson 1103 137
Garcia, Annette 1123 25,
27, 38, 44, 55, 57, 66, 67,
186, 188, 200, 201, 202,
Garcia, Edward 1103
Garcia, Magaly1123 117,
Garcia, Rodolfo 1123
1 17, 208
Garcia, Rosa 1093 147,
Garcia, Sylvia 1123 117
Garcia, Tommy 1103
Garee, Wendi 1103 138
Garner, Ms. Darlene
Garrison, Karen 1093
Garrison, Tamm 1103
Garza, Lupe 1103 88
Garza, Nancy 1093 161
Gaston, Benetta1113 131
Gates, Shundra1103 138
Gatzke, Pamela 1093
147, 191, 208, 220
Gibbs, Sarah 1113 131
Gibson, Fayralen 1093
Gilbreath, jeff 1123 18,
77, 81, 117, 226, 227,
Gillespie, Sean 1093 147,
Gipson, Ms. Laura 1FC3
Gipson, Venetta1093 50
Goans, Nanc 1123 117,
234, 235, 272, 277
Godbey, Kim 1091 147,
Goines, Danny 1093 54,
Going, Brent 1103 138
Goldman, Curfey 1093 8,
Gomez, Debra 1103 138
1113 204, 220
Gonzales, Ethel 1093
Gonzalez, Debra 1103
14 7, 166, 191
Goodman, Lionell 1103
Goodson, Kenneth 1113
Goodson, Lisa 1123 110,
Gorman, Tina 1093 147
Graham, jennifer 1123
64, 117, 249
Granberry, julie 1103 1,
176, 177,194, 195, 214,
215, 220, 222,240
Grant, Chappell 1113
Gray, Roosevelt 1103 84,
Gray, Tara1113 33,131,
Green, Cara Mia 1103
Green, Kevin 1093 147
Green, Laura 1103 84,
Greenlee, Anthony 1103
Greer, Ms. Susan 1FC3
Griffin, Darrell 1093 147
Griffin, Van 1091 147
Grimes, Sharon 1103 208
Grimes, Traci 1103 222
Grimmett, Robert 1113
Grimmett, Robin 1093
Gro s, Ms. Excell1FC3
Grounds, Mr. David
1FC3 84, 85, 103, 157
Gudino, Adrian 1123
117, 227, 228
Gudino, Sandra 1093 147
Guerra, Cecilia 1113 4,
168,190,192, 212, 213
Guerra, Lori 1113 51,
130, 131, 176, 177, 202,
Guerra, Ramon 1103 138,
Guerra, Regina 1103 138
Guerrero, joe 1103 138
Guevara, Rosario 1093
147, 198, 212, 213
Gulley, Marcus 1103 94,
Gutierrez, George 1093
Hall, Daphne 1093 147
Hall, Fred 1123 36, 63,
65, 84, 87
Hall, Kimberly 1093 147,
Hall, LaShun 1103 6, 44,
93, 138, 172
Hall, Lisa 1103 35, 100,
138, 221, 223
Hall, Ms. jessie 1FC3 157
Hall, Stephanie 1123
Hall, Tenequa1093 147
Hall, Washonoa 1103 138
Hamilton, Cynthia 1123
Hamilton, Iva 1093 147
Hamilton, Monica 1123
1, 4, 17, 19, 23, 32, 38,
39, 52, 55, 56, 60, 66, 67,
68, 76, 77, 81, , ,
188, 189, 217, 238, 239,
243, 265, 273, 274
Hammond, Darrel 1093
Hampton, Tracie 1113 1,
10, 11, 32, 42, 53, 131,
187, 189, 239, 241, 243,
Hand, joyce 1093 147,
Hankins, Dr. Olan1FC3
157, 211, 216
Hannon, Thomas 1113
Harden, Bennie 1093 94
Hare, Tina 1093 147
Harper, Eugenia 1103
Harris, Eldred 1123 65,
84, 85, 86, 87, 220, 222
Harris, Holly 1093 198
Harris, Tammy 1093 147
Hart, Phillip 1091 147
Hart, Ted 1093 147
Harvey, David 1123 117,
Harvey, jennifer 1113
30, 131, 135, 205, 256
Haskins, Carl 1113 94
Hast , Antarian 1091
Hasty, Bill 1113 37, 45,
51, 52, 53, 54, 96, 97,
174, 176, 177, 194, 218,
Hatch, Ms. Anne 1FC3
96, 221, 223
Hauerwas, Brian 1113
21, 88, 131, 168, 220,
Hawkins, Monica 1093
147, 199, 204
Hawkins, Ms. Mary
1FC3 157, 209
Hawkins, Suzie 1093 147
Hayes, Deborah 1113
Haynes, Hazel 1093 48,
147, 199, 209, 220
Haynes, Herman 1113
88, 99, 248
Head, Derren1093 147
Heddin, Chad 1103 50,
Hein, julie 1113 131
Hem, Sokha 1103 138
Henderson, Amber 1103
138, 143, 176, 177, 220,
Henderson, Andre 1093
Henderson, Eric 1093
Henderson, Eric 1123 99,
Henderson, Robin 1113
14, 98, 100, 132, 208,
Henries, Darnell 1103
Hernandez, Carlos 1123
Hernandez, Felicia 1103
Hernandez, joseph 1113
104, 132, 237
Hernandez, juan 1093
Hervey, Mr. Ed 1FC3 225
1093 147, 19
Hicks, jennifer 1093 147,
166, 191, 220
Hicks, Shawn 1103 138
Higgins, james 1123 61,
, 118, 220
Higgins, Mark 1103 94
Hill, Brenda 1123 220
Hill, Ms. Robin 1FC3
Hill, Napoleon 1113 132,
Hill, Rodney 1103 138
Hines, Sheila 1113 195
Hi , Brand 1103 138,
2136, 222 y
Hoard, Rhonda 1123 20,
21, 67, 117, 118, 224
Hocker, Christine 1103
35, 138, 202, 223, 250
Hodson, Ben 1093 147,
Holden, David1ll3 132,
Hollins, Lisa 1103 237
Hollins, Valencia 1123
118, 233, 234, 261
Hollis, Yvette 1113 211
Holman, Cecia1093 148
1 18, 234
Honaker, Elizabeth 1103
Hooker, Shelley 1103
Hope, Priscilla 1113 132
1103 138, 195, 253
Hoppert, Lori 1113 5, 15,
18, 26,132,166, 168,
173, 174, 176, 190, 192,
Hornsby, Kim 1093 148,
Houston, Charlotte 1123
Howeth, Cathy 1113 132
Hubbard, Ms. Lillian
Huckeba, Don 1093 246
Hughes, Allen 1103 138,
Hughes, Earnest 1103
Hughes, Ms. Gwen 1FC3
44, 53, 75, 81, 162, 211,
221, 255, 257
Hukill, jamie 1103 138
Hullett, Richard 1103
Hulse, Ray 1123 50, 65,
74, 77, 81, 84, 87, 118,
176, 177, 217, 237, 260,
265, 272, 274
Hulsey, Hol1ie1093 148
Hunter, Curtis 1103 138,
Hurley, Kelly 1123 52,
lbanez, lvan1093 148,
Iglinsky, Michael 1093
Ingram, Benjamin 1093
jack, Robert 1113 132,
jackson, Angela 1123
118, 218, 232,233,234
jackson, Anner1113 132
jackson, Carla 1093 148,
jackson, Eric 1113 132,
jackson, janice 1123 221
jackson, Marcus 1093 88,
jackson, Marla 1113 100,
101, 132, 221, 258
jackson, Miguel 1093
jackson, Monica 1103
jackson, Regina 1103
jackson, Starlett 1093
jackson, Yolanda 1123
53, 55, 61, 71, 83, 91, 93,
118, 120, 121, 274
jakubiec, David 1093
jakubiec, Ms. Darla
james, Adriane1123 15,
20, 59, 118, 215, 221,
james, Danita1103 138
jaremko, Ms. Cyndy
jarvis, Sheree1103 138,
jeffery, Anita 1103 245
jenkins, Christie 1103
jocoy, David 1123 53, 57,
70, 73, 118, 214, 215
john, Paula 1113 132,
johnson, Adrian 1103
johnson, Christina 1113
1093 218, 222
138, 199, 256
1 18, 205
johnson, Floyd 1113 132
johnson, Freedom 1093
johnson, Gloria 1123 98
johnson, Harold 1113
johnson, Keydra 1103
johnson, 1.eQuisa 1123 5,
64, 66, 118, 178, 179,
Maxey, Richard 1101 140
johnson, Lisa 1091 148
johnson, Mr. jeff 1FC1
40, 84, 85, 106, 157
johnson, Robert 1091
johnson, Tamikki 1091
94, 98, 148
johnson, Tara 1101 138
johnson, Tony 1111 84,
1 138, 166, 190,192
1jones, Alecia1121 118,
1jones, Alicia 1101 138,
gjones, Angela 1111 10,
jones, Angela 1101 23,
42, 139, 211
jones, Arlene 1111 2, 132
jones, Becky 1111 132
jones, Brandy 1091 148,
jones, Brian 1121 18, 23,
35, 62, 65, 77, 81, 112,
118, 173, 174, 226, 227,
228, 229, 231, 257
jones, Bruce 1111 411, 84,
87, 209, 248, 258
jones, Charee 1101 38,
139, 184, 188, 189,245
jones, Charles 1091 148,
jones, Craig 1121 12, 23,
32, 64, 73, 102, 104, 105,
119, 126,173,174, 175,
194, 217, 237, 253, 257,
jones, Darryl 1121 92
jones, David 1111 35, 84,
87, 95, 132
jones, Deana 1101 139
jones, Gala1101 139,
jones, james 11 11 132,
jones, john 1101 99, 139,
jones, Krissie1111 132
jones, Lance 1101 139
jones, Marvin 1101 139
jones, Maryland 1091
148, 199, 220,222
jones, Michael 1121 7,
23, 119, 176, 195, 2116,
2118, 217, 237, 273
jones, Mr. Phillip 1FC1
jones, Ray 1111 119, 225
jones, Sharla1111 132,
jones, Sonya 1091 148,
jones, Todd 1091 89, 102
joplin, Donald 1121 119
jousan, justin 1111 132
judd, Shannon 1111 132,
jurica, Richard 1101 139,
Kapadia, Yatin1091 148,
Karim, A111091 148
Karlen, Katie 1101 139,
169, 170, 176, 200, 201
Kearby, David 1091 22,
Kelley, Angela 1101 194,
Kelley, Ms. Reva1FC1
Kelly, james 1101 139
10 , 132, 198
Kennedy, Sherry 1121
Kennedy, Terrence 1111
1091 198, 199
Kent, Peter 1091 148
Kerbow, Alex 1111 132,
Kerbow, Cecilia 1091
Kerry, Huey 1091 47, 148
Kestler, Cathy 1101 139
Kiker, Benjamin 1101
Kilgore, Karol 1101 139,
143, 176, 214, 221, 223
1121 18, 77, 119, 226,
227, 228, 229, 253, 272
Kimbro, Reginald 1091
King, April 1121 55, 81,
112, 115,119,184, 186,
King, Charles 1101 94,
Kinig, Damita1111 48,
4 , 132,198,199
King, FeIita1101 139
King, Ms. Audrey 1FC1
Kinser, jerry 1091 148
1 1, 84, 87
Kirksey, Michelle 1101
139, 170, 176, 193, 214,
Klimpel, Robin 1111 28,
39, 132, 168, 176, 184,
Knight, Cassandra 1111
Knowles, Gayla1101 48,
49, 139, 198
Kountz, Michael 1091
Kovacs, Laura 1111 132
Krannich, Lisa 1101 139
Kristof, Carol 1111 132,
Kuehne, Denise 1121 75,
Lackey, Tricia 1101 139,
214, 2211, 222
Land, Ronnie 1111 133,
Lang, Tyren 1091 199
Langreder, Dylan 1091
21 4, 253
Langston, Floyd 1091
Langston, Lloyd 1091
Lanning, Edward 1091
Lara, Edwin 1101 88,
Lara, Ricardo 1091 89,
Leaks, james 1101 139,
Leal, Roland 1121 119
Lee, Aubrey 1101 88, 99.
1 1 1, 139
Lee, Audrey 1101 98, 139
Lee, Charles 1101 139
Lee, Hae-Sun1121 119,
Lee, Helena 1091 139
238, 239, 243, 269
Lemmon, Corian 1091
Levels, Terry 1091 148
Lewis, Anthony 1091
Lewis, Felicia 1091 148
Lewis, Keith 1101 35, 84,
Lewis, Latorsha1091 148
148, 198, 2114, 2116
Limon, Alfredo 1091 148
Linton, Bryan 1091 148
Little, Saronna1091 148
Lockett, Derrick 1101 88,
Lockhart, Harold 1091
Loeb, Laura 1111 45, 130,
Lofton, Mark 1091 14,
London, Oliver 1101 11,
84, 86, 87, 103, 139
Long, Kevin 1121 78,
119, 210, 227,230
Long, Ms. Beverly 1FC1
Lopez, George 1091 102,
Lopez, Melissa 1091 148
Loipez, Ms. Dorrie1FC1
Lopez, Ms. Rita 1FC1
Lofez, Richard 1121 78
Lopez, Sophia 1091 148,
Lott, Chellita11l1 133,
Lott, Varnell1091 148
Lovan, john 1091 148,
Love, Chuck 1121 2, 112,
119, 273, 274
Love, Kimberly 1101
Lovejoy, Angela 1091 44
148, 166, 191, 214, 215,
Lowe, Kimberly 1091
Lowry, jason 1091 148
Loy, jonathon 1091 148
Luckey, Von 1091 89,
Luna, Marcos1101 37,
1101 139, 210
Lybrand, Misty 1121 53,
77, 119, 224, 273
Lynd, Ms. Debbie Phelps
187, 188, 189
Macias, Shannon 1091
Macon, jacob 1091 89,
Madkins, Patrick 1091
54, 89, 149, 222
Ma ee, Dona 1101 139,
184, 189, 206, 208
Ma ee, Saunia1091 23,
98, ob, 149, 221, 223,
Mai, 1391101 1114, 1115,
Mallard, Lisa1111 133
Maloy, Adrene1091 149
Marin, Francisco 1091
Marinez, Becky 1091
Marsh, Eddie 1091 89,
Marshall, Felicia 1091
Marshall, Ms. Mary
Martel, Angela 1111 1110,
133, 224, 255
Martin, jeremy 1091 42,
Martin, julian 1091 89,
Martin, Randall 1111
Martin, Ricky1121 21,
22, 24, 25, 26, 46, 53, 55,
58, 66, 67, 74, 77, 84, 85,
87, 1113, 119, 21111, 201,
202, 203, 221, 223, 256,
Martinez, Alfred 1091
35, 1112,149, 212, 213
Martinez, Armando 1111
Martinez, Carlos 1101
Martinez, Celina 1091
Martinez, George 1111
119, 133, 260
Martinez, joe 1101 139
Martinez, Kelly 1091 37,
Martinez, Lando 1111
139, 206, 209, 210, 211
Martinez, Leticia 1121
48, 78, 80, 198, 199, 206
Martinez, Mario 1121 31,
75, 119, 205, 221, 223
Martinez, Matthew 1121
31, 55, 71, 72, 1112, 119,
Martinez, Mercedes 1101
Martinez, Sofia 1091
Mask, jackie 1091 149,
Massey, jennifer 1121
75, 8, 811, 120, 225
Massey, Todd 1091 89,
Mathis, Timothy 1091
May, Christy 1101 44,
90, 100, 140,202,222
May, jennifer 1091 149,
166, 191, 209
Mays, Belinda 1121 78,
120, 234, 235
McAnal1y, Terri 1101
McCann, Lara 1091 149
McCarver, Tonya 1091
McCollum, Ms. Mary Kay
1FC1 78, 158, 238, 243,
McCoppin, Gina 1121
220, 222, 237, 253
McCoy, 11531091 12, 23,
McCoy, Tonya 1121 1211,
McCrary, Yolanda 1101
McCullough, Kevin 1111
9, 48, 88, 133, 198, 237
McDermott, Ms. Mary
1FC1 156, 158
McE1haney, Lisa 1101
2211, 222, 237, 257
McFarland, Ms. Mary
1FC1 158, 221
McGibboney, Earl 1111
84, 133, 168, 176, 211,
McCriff, Brian 1091 149
McKinney, Melvin 1121
78, 1211, 214, 2211, 222
McKinney, Teresa 1091
1121 78, 120, 233, 234
McMullen, Thomas 1091
1116, 1117, 133
McShane, james 1091
McWilliams, Kathy 1121
Medina, Alice 1091 191
Medina, Diana 1101 140
Mejia, David 1111 133
Menefee, Eric1101 84,
1101 140, 232
Merrell, Harold 1111
Meza, Martin 1121 78,
Meza, Teresa 1121 58,
78, 120, 206, 212, 213,
Miles, Cristal 1121 1, 9,
16, 25, 27, 34 38 44 55
120, 169, 176,
59, 62, 66, 67
188, 189, 2110
215, 238, 239
264, 265, 273,274
Miller, Daryl 1101 57,
140, 193, 194
Miller, Karrie11l1 11,
30, 33, 54, 133, 196, 197,
Miller, Mr. joe 1FC1 89,
Miller, Ms. Cheryl 1FC1
Miller, Ms. Tammy
Miller, Rhonda 1121 50,
100, 120, 224, 273
Mills, Curtis 1111 109
Mills, Tomm2y1121 77,
79, 120, 23 ,233
Mitchell, Casey 1121 80,
120, 227, 230
Mitchell, james 1111 133
Mitchell, jeffrey 1101
Mitchell, Mr. Mike 1FC1
Mokry, Donald 1121 80,
120, 225, 233
Mokry, Ronald 1121 120,
Moncrief, Brian 1101 88,
Monette, Eamest 1121
73, 74, 92, 222
Montalvo, Doris 1111
Montalvo, Roberto 1091
Montgomery, Larry 1091
Moon, David 1101 88,
Moore, Christopher 1091
Moore, jasper 1121 34,
Moore, Keidra1121 62,
Moore, Kelvin 1101 140,
Moore, Monica 1111 94,
Moore, William 1091 149
Moore, Yolonzo1101 35,
84, 94, 140,256
Morales, Dolores 1101
48, 140, 199
Morales, james 1091 149,
Moreno, Alex 1111 133
Moreno, Roe11091 149
Moreno, Veronica 1091
Morgan, Marcus 1091
Morgan, Ron 1101 140
Morris, Beatrice 1101
Morris, Demonti 1101
Morrison, Sandra 1121
Morua, Rebecca 1101 140
Moser, jay 1091 84, 86,
Moton, Terra 1101 140,
Muckelroy, Tara 1111
Muir, Chris 1111 3, 25,
Mullen, jammie 1091
Mumphery, Sonja 1091
Mundine, Willie 1091 94
Murphy, Chris 1091 149
Murry, Carrie 1091 96,
Murry, David 1091 149,
Murry, Stephanie 1111
91, 93, 94,133
Myles, Anthony 1111
Myles, Gregory 1101 140
Nance, Pam 1091 100,
Nava, jamie 1101 140
Neal, jeffery 1111 133,
Nealey, james 1121 75,
Neighbors, Ms. jenell
Nelson, Calvert 1101 87,
99, 139, 140
89, 99, 149
Nerhood, Stacy 1121 57,
Newell, Michael 1101
140, 194, 220, 222, 253
Newsom, jimmy 1101
3, 9, 13, 59, 61, 70, 72,
260, 265, 270, 274, 277
Nguyen, Hien1101 51,
218, 219, 253
Nguyen, Kim 1121 121,
Nguyen, My 1121 121,
Nguyen, Nhi1091 218
Niccolls, Bonny 1121 1,
72, 121, 238, 242, 261,
Nicholas, Neil 1091 150
Nicholson, Mr. H. A.
1FC1 52,158, 164,165
Nims, Lisa 1101 140
Nobles, Robert 1101 11,
84, 86, 140
Norris, Connie 1121 121,
Norris, Ladonna1121 22,
Northcutt, Ms. Carolyn
Norvell, Tonya 1091 111,
Nunley, Clinton 1091
O'Pry, Ms. Beverly 1FC1
Oatman, Debbie 1101
1411, 212, 237
Oliphant, Mr. john 1FC1
Olvera, Mark 1091 150,
Olvera, Paul 1121 121
Olvera, Richard 1091
Olvera, Vincent 1111
Orr, Tasha 1091 150
Ortiz, Annabell1101 140
Ortiz, Crissy1121 1, 9,
17, 44, 55, 58, 63, 67, 70,
174, 176,184,186, 187,
188, 214, 217, 221, 237,
238, 239, 240, 243, 259,
273, 274, 275
Osler, Mr. Charles 1FC1
Otis, Elvira 1121 121
Otis, Ingrid 1091 150,
167, 176, 195
Otis, Renita1121 15,
121, 233, 234
Otubu, Paul 1111 97,
Otubu, Peter 1091 8, 97,
Owen, Lisa 1091 150,
214, 215, 220, 222
Page, Edmond 1091 80,
89, 94, 150,199
Paiz, Tomas 1091 150
Paredes, Albert 1111 24,
Parker, Kassondra 1101
Parker, Patrick 1111 133
Parramore, Darren 1121
Parrish, Philip 1121 102,
Pasqua, Mr. Paul 1FC1
84, 85, 158
Patterson, Sandy 1111
133, 227, 228
Paz, jorge 1091 150
Pearson, Crystal 1101
Pena, Curtis 1121 51, 53,
71, 80, 122, 169, 218,
Pena, Hector 1111 133
Pena, Mark 1101 141
Penix, Ms. Elaine 1FC1
Penland, jason 1121 3,
12, 34, 50, 53, 55, 62, 64
69, 76,102,122, 168,
261, 265, 274
Pennie, Angela 1101 141
Perez, Edward 1101 141
Perez, Melida1121 122,
Perez, Monica 1101 141,
Perez, Ms. Laura 1FC1
Perez, Nancy 1101 141
Perez, Robert 1101 150
Perkins, Allan 1091 150
Perkins, Dana 1121 122
Perry, Corey 1111 133
Perry, james 1091 150
Perry, Kevin 1091 150
Perr Michael 1091 150,
Peterson, Mr. Melvin
Pettigrew, Patrice 1091
136, 150, 198
Pettis, Teresa 1101 141
Petty, Robert 1091 150
Philli s, Lance 1121
17, 25, 32, 54, 55, 56, 60,
67, 80, 81, 107, 108, 119,
179, 180, 181, 202, 203,
213, 221, 237, 265
Phillips, Ricky 1111 1,
37, 133, 135, 212, 213,
238, 239, 242,243
Phillips, Terry 1091 141
Phillips, Veronica 1091
150, 198, 199
Pierce, Mr. Steve 1FC1
40, 88, 106
Piering, Ms. Kim 1FC1
Pierson, Michelle 1121
44, 55, 67, 73, 122, 169,
184, 187, 188,224,257
Pineda, Ricardo 1111
Piper, David 1121 15, 49,
Pipkins, Ms. Florence
Pipkins, William 1101 9,
122, 233, 235
Pogoda, Ms. Nancy 1FC1
Points, johnny 1091 150,
225, 233, 261
Polk, Darrin 1101 141,
Polk, Toni 1101 141, 202
Pope, Paul 1091 150
Porter, Braun 1121 61,
Potts, Alicia 1111 134
Potts, Katina1091 150,
Poullard, j. B. 1101 92,
Powell, Charles 1091 150
Powell, Laura 1121 35,
Prasad, Pete 1101 141,
Pratt, F. T. 1121 40, 122,
Preston, D'Lisa 1101 11,
31, 54, 141, 196, 197,
Price, Charles 1101 141
Prieur, Nathalie 1101
Prieur, Viviana 1121 122
Primm, Bryan 1101 141
Pritchett, Sinayone 1101
Putman, Tonya1091 150
Quinn, Brian 1111 134
Quinn, Carrie 1101 141,
Quinn, Msg. William
1FC1 198, 199
Rabal, Cindy 1101 96,
Ragsdale, Annette 1111
134, 204, 273
Raine, Tonya 1091 150,
166, 192, 206
Ramirez, joe 1091 150,
Ramirez, Lisa 1101 141,
Ramirez, Nicholas 1101
Ramsey, Samantha 1091
Ransom, Misti1121 122,
Rasberry, jimmy 1091
Rawlins, Victoria 1121
Ray, Ms. Kristina 1FC1
134, 173, 174
Reagan, Michael 1111
Reames, Stacey 1101 8,
141, 195, 2211, 222, 237
Redding, Sandra 1101
Reece, Hubert 1111 84,
Reed, Frazier 1091 49,
Reed, Ms. juanita 1FC1
159, 214, 215
Reese, Fredrick 1111
Reese, Shane 1111 134,
Reeves, LaRonda 1121
63, 65, 122, 210
Reeves, Monica 1101
Reina, jorge 1091 150
Reina, Mario 1091 150
Rener,jana1101 11, 38,
141, 184, 189, 257
Reyes, Benito 1101 225
Reyes, Patricia 1091 150
Reyna, Antonia 1091 150
Re2yna, Karina1091 150,
Rhoads, Ms. Gayle 1FC1
159, 176, 177
Rhodes, Tony 1111 92,
Rhynes, Cheles1111 28,
51, 134, 173, 174, 195,
Ricarte, Louis 1101 141
Richard, Laquanda 1101
Richardson, Troy 1091
Richmon, Shane 1091
Riley, Alisa 1101 141
Risinger, Kim 1091 248
Robb, Christopher 1091
Roberson, William 1121
15, 73, 83, 92, 99,122,
Roberts, Andrew 1091
Roberts, Charles 1091
Roberts, Clifford 1091
Roberts, Philip 1091 150
Robertson, Cary 1101 89,
141, 220, 221, 222
Robertson, Ms. Becky
1FC1 138, 159, 162,
1101 88, 198
1101 51,52,141, 220,
Robertson, Susan 1111
Robinson, Antonio 1111
Robinson, Billy 1121 5,
11, 25, 46, 58, 66, 67, 74,
182, 183, 201, 202, 203,
217, 238, 243, 244, 261,
269, 272, 276
Shanz, Charles 1091 151
1091 1511, 199
Robinson, Edward 1111
Robinson, john 1091 94,
Robinson, Kenneth 1121
Robinson, Samuel 1091
Rochelle, Sharon 1101
Rodgers, Shanda 1101
Rodriguez, Alfredo 1091
Rodri uez, Chris 1101
Rodriguez, Cynthia 1101
7, 58, 75, 123
218, 238, 239, 241, 242,
243, 261, 262, 273
Rogers, jason 1091 151
Rogers, Michael 1121 21
29, 44, 47, 55, 60, 63, 65
67, 70, 73, 84, 87, 96,
238, 250, 257, 261
Rogers, Mitchell 1121
55, 65, 71, 74, 76, 95,
123, 168, 170, 214, 215,
216, 217, 218, 251
Rollerson, Stuart 1091
Romo, Teresa 1091 151
Rosales, Michele 1091
Ross, Eureka 1101 141
Ross, Larunda 1091 151
Ross, Tyrone 1121 123
Rouse, Ms. Sandy 1FC1
Rowe, Sabrina 1091 198
Ruelas, Angela 1091 41,
Ruelas, Debra 1121 123
Ruelas, George 1121 123
Ruelos, Sharon 1091 41,
Ruiz, Deborah 1101 141
Ruiz, Salvador 1101 141
Rusk, Teashia1091 151,
31,151, 205, 221
Russell, Ms. Pat 1FC1
Russell, Robyn 1091 6,
Russell, Trisha 1091 151
Saddler, Darrin 1121 134
Sadler, Charles 1091 89,
Sadler, Max 1091 151
Saenz, Laura 1091 151
Salazar, Antonio 1091
Salazar, Hector 1121 53,
Salazar, Homer 1111
Samford, Damon 1091
43, 54, 81, 89,151
Sample, Mary 1101 141
Samples, Erica 1101 141
Sanchez, Rudy 1091 89,
Sanders, Martin 1091
Sanders, Ronnie 1091
Sanders, Travis 1091 41,
Sandifer, Doris 1101 37,
Sandlin, Lori 1101 141,
172, 174, 1911
Sands, jerry 1101 88,141
Sauceda, Hugo 1121 58,
Sauceda, Olga 1091 151,
Saucedo, Ernestine 1101
Schmidt, Kevin 1101
Schmidt, Sheri 1091 151
Sco ins, Bobby 1091
Scoggins, Timothy 1111
Scott, Dawn 1121 6, 7,
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Scott, Mr. Doug 1FC1 92,
Scott, Shelisa1101 30,
Scott, Tanya 1111 134
Scott, Tracie 1091 151,
Seales, Bill 1101 99, 141
Seifert, Debb e 1101
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Serrata, Lisa 1101 10,
Shackleford, Keri 1111
Shavers, james 1101 141
Shaw, Corey 1121 123
Shaw, Shannon 1121
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Sheffield, Tonya 1111
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Shipp, Barbara 1091 151
Sholars, john 1121 124,
Shuller, Karlan1111 11,
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Shultz, David 1091 151
Siddall, Danna 1091 151
Sides, Bryan 1091 199
Si man, Christopher
Sill, joey 1121 124, 209,
Simmons, Morris 1111
Simmons, Tammy 1101
Simmons, Teresa 1101
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Sims, Fonda 1121 72,
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Sims, Tomesa1111 134
Singleton, Michael 1091
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Sisk, Rachel 1091 25, 27,
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Skelton, Earl 1091 151,
199, 218, 246
Skidmore, Renee 1091
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Smart, Sonya 1121 124
Smelser, Amy 1111 13,
32, 35, 39, 42, 43, 134,
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Smith, Corey 1111 99
Smith, Debra 1091 151
Smith, Detra1101 142,
Smith, johnny 1091 41,
Smith, Lance 1121 124,
227, 228, 229
Smith, Levie1091 198
Smith, Marcella 1111 4,
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Smith, Michelle 1091
Smith, Mr. Arvel1FC1
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Smith, Ms. Connie 1FC1
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Smith, Teresa 1091 151
Smith, Timothy 1091
Smith, Tina 1121 74,
Smith, Yolanda 1121
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Solano, Steve 1101 106,
Soles, Danata1091 44,
Solis, josefa 1091 151
Solis, Pablo 1091 151,
Soliz, George 1111 96,
Solomon, Ms. Linda
Songer, john Paul 1091
Sosa, Mr. juan 1FC1 159,
Spears, jay 1111 84, 106,
Speights, Patti 1101 142,
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Spencer, Michelle 1121
Spencer, Vanessa 1121
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Spurling, Vincent 1091
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Stafford, Ms. Eddie 1FC1
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Starling, Vincent 1091
Starr, Alan 1111 135
Stegall, Greg 1121 124,
Stephens, Anthony 1111
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Stephens, jeff 1121 84,
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Stephens, Rita 1121 124
Stephens, Robert 1111
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Steve, Sonya 1101 142
Stevens, Dale 1091 96,
Steward, Iris 1121 55, 63,
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Stewart, jennifer 1091
Stewart, Richard 1121
Stinson, Tasha 1121 78,
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Stokes, Mr. Mac 1FC1
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Stone, Carrie 1101 1,
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Story, Demetria 1091
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Stuart, Tom 1121 107,
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Stutts, Kevin 1091 151
Sudkamp, Angela 1121
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Sybert, Mr. Bob 1FC1
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Tate, Artez1091 89, 152,
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Taiylor, Lucretia 1111 42,
Taylor, Nona 1121 125,
Taylor, Tracy 1101 6, 142
Taylor, Willie 1101 47,
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Thomas, Kirsten 1111
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Thomas, LaTracy 1111
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Thomas, Yolanda 1111
1091 152, 198, 204
Thom son, Alfred 1091
Thompson, Anita 1121
Thompson, Elisa 1101
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Thompson, Mr. Chester
Thompson, Mr. Earl
Thormer, Pat 1091 152
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Tolbert, Cynthia 1121 6,
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Tomlinson, Faith 1091
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Townsend, Glenn 1121
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Trejo, Maria 1091 152,
Trent, Ronnie 1091 152
Trevino, Concepcio 1091
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Troncoso, Dana 1111
Tuck, Michael 1091 152
Tucker, Christi 1101 142
Tucker, Tania 1101 142,
Tulley, Sharon 1091 152
Turner, Clyde 1121 230
Turner, Michael 1121
Turner, Temby 1091 35,
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Turner, William 1101 94,
Turnipseed, Mark 1091
Tutt, LaKenya1091 209
Tyler, Tommie1111 135
Tyson, Yolanda 1101
Utley, Kimberly 1091 14,
Vaden, Kristi 1111 79,
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Vail, Tonya1101 139,
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Valdez, joe 1091 152, 199
Vance, David 1121 125,
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Vance, Marshall 1101 53,
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Vasquez, Daniel 1101
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Veail, Darren 1121 57,
Vega, Albert 1101 31, 32,
Vega, Domingo 1101
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Vega, Ms. janie 1FC1
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Vela, Victor 1121 135,
Velasco, Guillermo 1101
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Velez, Ruth 1091 152,
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Vines, Keith 1101 142
Vines, Khristy 1121 126,
Vines, Ms. Mary 1FC1
Vines, Shanna1101 35,
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Vita, Kealine1121 67,
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Michelle 1FC1 160
Wade, john 1091 153
Wade, Katrina 1121 59,
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Wade, Stephanie 1101
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Wade, Terrance 1101 88,
Wafford, Scott 1091 153,
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176, 186, 188, 200, 201,
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222, 223, 252, 256, 273,
Wagner, Stac6y1121 32,
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Walker, Kelly 1111 64,
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Walker, Kerri 1101 142,
Walker, Mark 1101 142,
Walker, Marlon 1091 37,
Walker, Shajuana 1091
Walker, Treasa 1111 135,
Wallace, Cynthia 1101 1,
Wallace, jacqelyn 1091
Wallace, Mr. Carl 1FC1
Waller, Tambra 1101 142
Walls, Debresha1121 11,
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Walton, Deidra 1121 37,
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Walton, Thomas 1101
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Wamsley, Wymon 1091
Ward, janice 1111 126
Ward, Kimberly 1091
Warren, Michael 1111
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Wartes, Mr. Bill 1FC1
Washington, Andre 1101
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Washington, Omar 1091
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Washington, Toni 1091
Waters, jerry 1091 153
Waters, Roy 1121 84, 86,
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Watson, Kyle 1121 230
Wagspn, Marcus 1091
Watson, Mary 1091 153,
Watson, Ryan 1091 153
Watson, Tommy 1111
Watts, Brenda 1121 65
Watts, Virlesia1101 50
Weathersby, Debra 1111
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Webb, Sonya 1111 135
Webber, Rhonda 1091
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Wedgeworth, Dee 1121
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Weir, Michael 1091 89,
Welch, Deanna 1101 142
Welch, Mark 1111 135
Wel1s,C nthia1091 153,
Wesley, Kathy 1101 94
West, Emest1101 142,
Westbrook, james 1101
Whatley, Charles 1101
Whatley, Larry 1091 153
Wheat, Ms. Amalie 1FC1
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White, Bobby 1091 153
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182, 183, 200, 201, 207,
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White, Phillip 1111 135
White, Yolanda 1091 153
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173, 174, 184, 187, 188,
Whitfield, Craig 1091
Whitmore, Erica 1101 10,
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Whitmore, Otis 1121 18,
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Wier, Randy 1091 153
Wilburn, Tatanisha 1091
Wilkerson, Howard 1091
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Wilkes, Melissa 1091
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Wilkes, Tim 1121 126,
Willard, Kimberly 1091
153, 166, 192
Williams, Arthur 1121
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174, 221, 259
1101 142, 198
Williams, Billy 1111 135,
Williams, Bryant 1101
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Williams, Charlie 1101
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Williams, Dax 1111 27,
Williams, Frederick 1091
Williams, jeffery 1091
153, 199, 258
Williams, jessie 1111
Williams, Kenneth 1091
1121 6, 265
Williams, Lisa 1091 153
Williams, Marsha 1091
Williams, Micheal 1111
Williams, Monica 1091
153,166, 191, 206
Williams, Ms. jan 1FC1
Williams, Ms. Sandra
Williams, Robert 1111
1121 126, 225
Williams, Tabitha 1101
Williams, Terry 1091
Williams, Tiffany 1091
153, 191, 206, 220, 222
Williams, Timothy 1101
88, 143, 153
98, 127, 207, 208, 237
Williams, Veronica 1121
Williams, Veronica 1101
Williamson, Anita 1101
37, 143, 256
Wilson, David 1101 88,
Wilson, Deborah 1121 6,
48, 49,127,198, 199
Wilson, Donald 1091
Wilson, Michael 1111
Wilson, Michelle 1121
18, 67, 127, 169, 226,
227, 228, 229, 231
Wilson, Mr. jonnie 1FC1
Wilson, Patrice 1121 63,
Withrow, Ms. Karen
Withrow, Terr 1111
102, 135, 246y
Wood, Deborah 1121
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Wood, Donise1111 135,
Woodall, Larry 1091 153,
Woodard, Derrick 1121
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Woods, Crystal 1101 11,
23, 30, 54, 143, 196, 197,
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Woods, Debra 1091 153,
176,191, 214, 220, 222
Woods, Eric 1101 45, 84,
Woods, Felicia 1121 59,
Woody, Laura 1111 17,
27, 47, 130,135, 176,
200, 201, 202, 203, 220,
Woody, Lisa 1101 143
Woolverton, Todd 1101
Wooten, Doroth 1121
81, 127, 233, 234, 235,
Worley, Leanna1101 143
Worley, Samantha 1111
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Wormley, Ms. Christine
1FC1 163, 164, 165
Wright, Sharla1091 8,
1 3, 195
Wright, Teresa 1111 135
Wright, Yolanda 1121
Wysocki, john 1111 135
Yates, Chris 1091 89,
Yates, james 1091 94, 153
Yates, Marty 1121 1, 127
Yates, Stacey 1101 29, 44,
143, 1 72, 173, 174, 220,
222, 238, 244
Ybarra, Maria 1091 153,
Yoder, Ms. Brenda 1FC1
York, Rosalie 1101 2,
Young, Billy 1101 88,
Young, Christian 1101
Young, Rhonda 1101 6,
143, 207, 214, 220
Young, Tarita1091 43,
Zachar , Lori 1111 7, 39,
42, 45, 135, 168, 173,
174, 175, 184, 188, 189,
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