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Page 10 text:
Whoo Had A Great Summer?
by Rae Anne Carr
As the class of 1984
graduated and the foreign
exchange students left
summer finally began.
Students were on their
way to Boys and Girls
State Disneyland Mazat-
lan South America Eur-
ope the Olympics and
some even stayed to enjoy
Arizonas warm sun. No
matter where they were --
it was SUMMER!
Summer that magical
word which brings to mind
getting sun tans for burnsj
seven days a week watch-
ing soaps tubing down the
Salt River sleeping late
and especially not having
Unfortunately most did
not have the picture per-
fect relaxed vacation. lt
was off to work or summer
school working on a corre-
spondence course worry-
football searching for in-
sects to use in the infa-
mous Biology 3-4 collec-
tion' and for the class of
1988 it was psyching
up for high school.
But all too soon sum-
mer came to an end. The
signs started to appear
School Days sales be-
gan seniors started having
their portraits made and
the desire for school to be-
gin crept in.
a casual summer party.
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Above: Tim Moreno, senior, en-
joys lhe 1984 World's Fair in
Right: top to bottom: Erica Per-
kins, junior, Jill Hegedus, ju-
nior, Rae Anne Cam senior,
Debra Temple, iunion Shawna
Guess, senior, and Kelly Smith,
iunion al Varsity Cheer Camp
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From just looking on campus it is hard
see who's doing what. A student's life
as several different aspects, such as the
cademic, extra curricular activities, and
lso the social life.
Academics come first, or at least they're
upposed to! The classes that students
ke at AF, in most cases, will determine
eir futures. So everyone works pretty
ard. Senior, Diane Anderson says, "Put-
ing my efforts to excel in academics will
eward me when colleges are looking at my
ranscripts." Most of the students at AF
eel this way.
The extra curricular activities going on
round campus keep the students very
usy, and gives them a little time away
rom homework. There are several clubs at
F, and one is perfect for someone. The
ports take more effort and time than any
ther activity, mainly because sports are
ery important at AF Among all the sports
here is also one right for someone.
The social lives of the students at AF
ary, from the cliques, to that close friend
veryone has. Senior Beth Barber says,
'That it is true that everyone here, no mat-
ter where they came from, gets along to-
ether. Students today still go to the mov-
ies, concerts, and of course, parties! "lt's
real easy school to attend, and everyone
makes you feel comfortable."
A baby tood eating contest kicked off the
noontime activities, during homecoming
week. Junior Steve Baker seems to be doing
well lor his class.
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