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MRS. WALTERS has been teaching for 25 years, 2 at Ensign. She has taught English, Spanish, art and math. She likes to travel, cook and plans to camp in Europe this summer. Favorite positive sayings are: Super, Ter- rific, Superior Negative: That ' s Garbage! Welcome Back! MR. WEBER has been teaching for 15 years, 10 at Ensign, in the areas of History, Math, Health and Coaching. He likes to surf, ski, fish, run, camp and play tennis and will pursue fishing camping this summer. Positive expression: Not too shabby Nega- tive expression: All right, you ding-dongs. MR. WIESSLER has been teaching English for 25 years, 17 of them at Ensign. His favorite expression is " Open your books to page , , , " . His hobbies include sailing and camping, and he plans to travel and camp this summer. NOTE: Once Mr. Wiessler worked in the L.A. breweries. MS. WINGERD, a teacher of 9 years, has been a re- source specialist at Ensign for 2 years. Her favorite expressions are " That ' s really neat " and " That will cost you a point " . Her hobbies include sailing and skiing. This summer she plans to teach summer school and go on mini trips. SPECIAL EDUC. AIDES FACULTY ZODIAC SIGNS 1st Place: Cancer 8 2nd Place: Virgo 4 Gemini 4 Aquarius 4 3rd Place: Pisces 3 Scorpio 3 4th Place: Aries 2V2 Taurus 2V2 Honorable Mention: Capricorn 2 Sagittarius 1 Libra 1 No Leos In keeping with our yearbook theme, we asked our teachers what they had to CROW ABOUT: Mrs. Wahers: My students! They are outstanding! They have matured so much this year. They ' re neat people to know! Ms. D. Anderson: Her daughter ' s acceptance at Brooks College and the yearbook staff! Mrs. Everhart: Her ability to take one day at a time . . . (could she really have said that?) Ms. VVingerd: Ensign is a neat place to work. The students are challenging and enjoyable! Mr. Bryson: How well the kids did on this year ' s geography test and maps. Mr. Burwick: Has had many enjoyable years in teaching and is, believe it or not, looking forward to many more. Mr. Weber: The health program . . . best in the district and one of the best in the county. Mrs. Lawson, Stephen, and Charles: A great student body!! Ms. Marsh: Creative Writing makes her day! Mr. Lindfors: We have the best bands in the district! Mr. Brittingham and Wiessler want to CROW ABOUT CHARLIE!
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The yearbook staff, in an effort to bring you the news, presents this section to show that teachers are real people too . . . They shared Embarrassing or Slightly Crazy Experiences in their teaching careers: Mr. Van O ' : Once took over the girls ' chorus at Kaiser. He listened to them sing and stated that all the girls were flat. Eyes focused on a well-endowed member. Mr. Van O left the room with a red face amid gales of laughter. Ms. D. Anderson: During the mini-skirt era, she was waiting in the teachers ' lounge for Back-to-School Night. A colleague told her that her nylons were wrinkled at the knees, and she wasn ' t wearing any! Ms. Marsh: During a spelling test on a cold coastal morning, she was leaning against the heater. A student yelled that he smelled rubber burning. Upon closer inspection she found that she had melted her girdle! Mrs. Prichard: Admittedly poor in spelling, she once ordered a film for a Foods class substitute on desserts. When she returned, she found that her class had viewed a film on the desert, as in Death Valley. Mr. Bushong: Once a girl named Kelly decided to brush her teeth at a side sink in the middle of a science lecture. Mrs. Lawson: Her first year of teaching was in fifth grade, and a student told her that she would look like a teen if she weren ' t so fat. Mrs. Pastrick: She once sat on a freshly painted bookshelf and had to spend all day like that! Mrs. Kramer: Once she forgot a boy was staying after school and went home. Mr. Carlson: He stood in front of a class with a large hole in his pants. Mr. Lindfors: He started to conduct the band and nothing happened . . . they just sat there. Mr. Weber: His colleagues, Mr. Wiessler, Jacobsen, and Brittingham have led him astray. They ruined what was once a very nice young man. Mr. Lynd: Every year gets crazier!! MRS. PASTRICK has been teaching special ed. for 20 years, the last 15 at Ensign. Her hobbies are gardening and knitting. She plans to relax and enjoy her summer no matter where she is! Her favorite expressions are " You ' re terrific! " and " I don ' t want to hear it! " MR. PETTEY ' S 24 year teaching career in P.E. has led him to Ensign for the past 3 years. He has coached for 18 years. Another interesting job of his is keeping Mr. Brittingham out of trouble. His favorite expressions are " good job boys " and " knock it off " . MRS. PRICHARD teaches clothing and social studies. She has been teaching forever, the last 15 years at Ensign. Her summer plans are to go to the beach everyday (also her hobby). Favorite expressions are: " Sure, you can do it " and " Tough Nookies " . This year, she burned the mortgage! MRS. SIMKINS has been teaching for the past 28 years, 24 of those years have been at Ensign. The subject that she teaches at Ensign is reading. Her hob- by is reading and her plan for the summer is to go sailing. She " crows about ' her grandchildren, and re- sents looking up 8 " to talk to Bucci. In her 24 years of teaching, MRS. STEPHEN, has taught many subjects and has coached most sports. Her favorite expressions are, " You can do it " and " No way! " Her hobbies are swimming and camping and this summer she plans to teach algebra. Our current P.E. teacher, has worked in cosmetics and at Disney- land. In his 24 yr. career, MR VAN O ' hss taught S.S. and reading, in addition to coaching B.B. V.B. Favorite positive expression is, " You can do it " . He ' s not aware of a negative one. His hobby is work: he ' s a reserve deputy sheriff and works at the BIG A for the Rams and the Angels.
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Standing; Sharon Farley-7th Grade Interest Finder, Michelle Edler-8th Grade Interest Finder, Vicki Warmington-Magazine Drive, Sally McCoy-Magazine Drive, Marian Sham-Sunshine, Irmgard Adranian-ETC Rep,, Jan Wood-Student Awards, Debbie Benedict-Honorary Service Award; Seated: Peggy Lucas- Treas., Kris Merickel-Vol. Chairman 8th Grade, Jean Somers-Historian, Linda Boris-Pres., Lu Anne Baker-Membership, Joyce Dunigan-Sunshine, Thias O ' Neil-Hospitality; Not Present: Sally Corngold-Classroom Aides, Marian Robboy-ETC, Beverly Prince-Graduation Dance, Rosalind Williams-Health and Welfare, Jackie Johnson-Hospitality, Eileen O ' Toole-inspiration, Lois Tingler-Newcomers, Vicki Weber-Newsletter, Georgia Boyer-Newspaper, Sandj; Tratar-Questionaires, Judy Franco-School Board Rep,, Donna Wicks-Volunteer Chairman 7th Grade, Judy Carlson-Telephone Committee
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