Heritage Junior High School - Just Once More Yearbook (Monroeville, IN)

 - Class of 1981

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EXERCISING during track practice, eighth grader Stu Grotrian warms up before the day ' s running events. For nine years, the high school had established itself as Heritage. Then we were added to the building. Since we were younger, the high school didn ' t know what to expect. They were uneasy. But we needed to be known. The feeling of rejection, of not belonging, overcame us. Thus, we faced an identity crisis, something we had to solve. For three years we were the " unknowns " of the school. But, this year the solution to our prob- lem looked nearer when, returning to our classes, we found a " Heri- tage Patriots " sign on our own side of the building. It finally appeared as if the high school and junior high were being seen as one unit. It looked like we were at last being accepted. Being involved with the high school eased our job of solving our identity crisis. We were in- vited to the high school girls ' vol- leyball pep session when they went to state and watched the Swing Choir perform in a junior high convocation. We began to realize that the high school was finally beginning to notice us. Our pride formed as our own volleyball team won its first ACAC Tourney and our football teams had their best seasons ever. This pride was not just Heritage Pride, but Heritage Junior High pride. We showed our school spirit as our cheerleaders won an award and found out how much imagination we had as we dressed up on Crazy Day. People were beginning to have confidence in us as we went on the first eighth-grade field trip to Chicago and showed our talents as we participated in the NISBOVA Band and Choir contests. As we talked to our friends and teachers, we began to figure out what we believed in. While laugh- ing overa joke during lunch or say- ing a quick " hello " in the hall, we began to feel relaxed. It was now our building too. We were beginning to be known— we were on our way to solving our identity crisis. TMI® of Co ftf e »t t% i @M OF© f C @ a9 52 llfa GM f f Opening 3

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AS THEY WAIT for the score on the parallel bars, eighth grader Julie Lud- wig and Coach Janet Neff watch for the judge ' s important decision. ON DRESS-UP DAY. seventh graders Jenny Beal, Jerry Gordon, and Linda Coomer laugh at a joke during lunch. IN THE LIBRARY, eighth grader Tina Schlemmer glances through the vertical file for information to help her with an English scavenger hunt. 2 Opening



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Our social activities were just the thing to let all know who we really were. Our school was beginning to understand that we needed to be involved in activities just like the high school. So we held a bowling and a roller skating party. Students got more involved in the dances as we participated in contests and became disc jockeys. We showed how much of a leader we were when we were elected to serve on the Program Committee or attended the Leadership Conference. During Spirit Week, we proved how daring we were while partici- pating in life saver or orange pass relays. On Fifties Day we dis- played creativity, dressed in skirts, bobby socks, and white T-shirts with rolled up sleeves. We demonstrated our concern for others as we donated money to the WOWO Penny Pitch, and felt hon- ored when our cheerleaders won an award at a clinic. As we scheduled for next year ' s classes, we began to make deci- sions about our future careers. While we watched high school students perform a play in a con- vocation, we could see that they enjoyed acting for us. They were accepting us and helping to solve our identity crisis. 4 Student Life

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