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WHILE DRESSED in their Crazy Day out- fits, eighth graders Bryan Moore and Todd Minnich watch the Spirit Week games held in the gym. IN A BAND AND CHOIR convocation, eighth grader Jon Hapke, accompanist, watches for direction from Choir Di- rector Mr. James Mergenthal. 10 Student Life
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4 DANCING with a friend at the Harvest Hop dance, seventh grader Barry Blain moves with the music. TAKING A REST from dancing at the " Spring Fling, " eighth graders Marlena Beckman, Lori Mallett.and Steve Pflue- ger talk about the night ' s events. WHILE EXPLAINING reasons for want- ing to be elected for Program Commit- tee, eighth grader Linda Tussing makes her required campaign speech. AT THE " HARVEST HOP, " the first dance of the year, seventh grader Tam- my Hart dances " The Heartbeat. " Social Events Program Committee 9
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AS THEY PARTICIPATE in Crazy Day activities in the gym, eighth graders Tana Maggos and Tracey Meier attempt the lifesaver pass relay. STANDING with their classmates, sev- enth graders Amy Meier and Diane Rey- nolds watch the orange pass relay. Dress contests highlight week Students spirits were boosted during Spirit Week, held December 15-19. Monday started competition with Dress-up Day. The pub- lic joined students at a morn- ing convocation by the Band and Choir. Seventh graders held their volleyball tourney on Tues- day, designated as Red, White, and Blue Day. Students dressed as their favorite athlete on Wednes- day. Eighth graders battled in volleyball, and sack lunches were enjoyed in the cafeteria. A drive for WOWO Penny Pitch highlighted Thursday as students dressed in wild at- tire for Crazy Day. Relay races, such as orange pass, lifesaver pass, and centipede race, filled the gym with cheers. Eighth grader Todd Minnick said, " I liked the Crazy Day costumes. " Stu- dents donated $68.03 to the WOWO Penny Pitch. The week ended with Fif- ties Day and the drama, " A Christmas Carol. " Friday also featured vol- leyball finals. The eighth grade defeated seventh gra- ders, with room 101 crowned champions. They moved on to lose a bonus game with the faculty. Eighth grader James Gib- son concluded, " I think Spirit Week made school more in- teresting. " AT THE BAND-CHOIR convocation dur- ing Spirit Week, seventh grader Lisa Coomer sings her soprano part. WHILE HELPING fellow Program Com- mittee members during Crazy Day ac- tivities, eighth grader Linda Tussing decorates Industrial Arts teacher, Mr. Bill Copeland, with tinsel. Spirit Week 11
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