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students arriving in the morning rush to tlieir classes before the bell rings. They are eager to get a good start in the 1984 school year. During the first week of school, art students are busy learning the in and outs of art. Such as where the equipment is located and how it is used. \ ■«// ^. 8/FIRST WEEK
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TUDENTi^ilFE Senior Juan Hingosa, foreign exchange student from Mexico attacks the school lunch with eagerness. The school lunches are not always considered Grade A standard but this mid-day meal provided cures the growling and grinding of stomachs. Many students take advantage of the ever popular ala-carte line. This line provides a lunch for the light eaters, or cookies and ice cream for the person craving sweet foods. MINI CONTENTS Spirit Week Homecoming Prom Graduation 12 14 40 44 STUDENT LIFE/7
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BACK TO THE BASICS Being torn from soap operas and sunbathing, which every teenager looks forward to during the 91 day summer vacation reunite students once again. Being torn from soap operas and sunbathing, which every teenager looks forward to during the 91 day summer vacation, students reunited once again for another 190 days of monot- onous homework, tests, and teachers. The first week of school began with a half day. Everyone cluttered the halls looking for their homerooms. When arriving at Wayne, they began to find out the new rules of the school, and just how Wayne High School administers authority. The next day was the first full day of school. There were plenty of new faces, and plenty of old. " I got lost an awful lot, and the school is very big, but I ' ve had fun. Mrs. Mileff explains how to operate the microphone to on looking students. Shaun Imbody, Jennifer Ralph, and others wait their turn to make their announcements. and I ' ve met plenty of new people, " said freshman Rakana Qibson. At the end of the week there was the dean ' s assem- bly, which hit some of the freshmen as a shock. " Well, the dean ' s assembly was different. They really got to the point, unlike in middle school. But it was fun, " said freshman Robert Stein- bacher. All in all, the dean ' s assembly seemed to be very meaningful, yet enjoyable. That ' s the first week of school, and the teachers are still here. Who knows if they will strike? All we know is that school hasn ' t been postponed, and we all have to get up before noon now; unlike over summer vaca- tion. After the long summer, students find it difficult to open their lockers. As you can see in this picture only six people managed to open their locker.
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