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The play, FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON, was the first play ever produced by Mr. Schuler ' s first year drama class. It was produced on the new stage the tense night of Saturday, December 4. John Hamm kneels next to Algernon ' s grave in the play FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON .
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■I— » CO CO CD s first year D The first bell rang. The first door opened. The first student entered. Suddenly, a confused 900 students jammed into the new Jones. Teachers met them and guided them into the new gym. After a half an hour of confusion, students went to their home room teachers. This was the wild new beginning of the first year at the new 5,000,000 dollar Jones. This was what it was like on that first day of school, August 31, but it wasn ' t until Sunday, September 19 that the new Jones was officially dedicated. It took students some time to adjust to the new windowless, carpeted, and triangular rooms. Students also had to become accustomed to the yellow, blue, orange, and green hallways and the horn-like bell. This year was certainly a new beginning for the seventh graders and a starting over for the eighth and ninth graders and faculty. (FAR ABOVE) Kathy Ogden plays her violin during the eighth and ninth grade advanced orchestra ' s first performance. (ABOVE) Freedom Jam plays for the school and later, at the afterschool performance, played for 1000 people.
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(ABOVE) Steve Miller performs with the rest of the ninth grade ensemble in the Christmas program. (ABOVE RIGHT) Mr. and Mrs. Mazer speak with Mr. Stuckey about their daughter ' s grades at the first open house. (RIGHT) Jeff Todd and Holly Apperson enjoy a dance during the first Snowball. Old events made special Because of the new Jones and the first year, many old happenings became very special events. Just the fact thay happened during the first year at the new Jones made them special. The very first Snowball dance was held in the new cafetorium on December 11. It took awhile for couples to work up enough courage to go out on the dance floor. But soon everyone was dancing to the music that Energy Crisis played. Even Julie Harris, who was crowned Snowball Queen, danced. Parents came to see the new school and to talk to teachers at the first open house. Many of the peo- ple who came were interested in the triangular rooms and the biology classes. The first Christmas program was held on December 15. Ensemble, glee club, eighth grade chorus, and eighth and ninth grade bands per- formed. There have been other Snowballs, open houses, and Christmas programs, but these were special because they were the first at the new Jones. For some students this first year at the new Jones was a new beginning. For others it was a starting over. The first year was also a new beginning for some of the teachers and a starting over for many others. A new beginning for some, a starting over for others, a first year at the new Jones.
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