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Musicians Shape Skills f? f f f f a Varsity Choir sliapes up vocal activities. Officers for the year were S Underwood, K. Zakhi, D. Slinson, S. Elkins, B. Goldsbv, and S. Hinton. The choirs and Stagehand had a success- ful year. The choir members participated in Nisbova and came up with good ratings. The Stagehand performed in it ' s own Nisbova contest and received a second rating. Each group per- formed for school events, such as the Christmas concert. Spring concert and others. All the Rams in these groups v orked on improving their basic and advanced skills in music. Each group had favorite sections that they liked to perform. Musical Rams participate in State Band Cadet Choir members post with Mrs. Meese. Officers in chairs, left to right, are M. Miller, R. Wagnor, A. Belcher, D. Pelz, B. Miles, R. Chavez, G. Bonifas, L. Collier, C. Moore. D. Lindeman. 10
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Mr. Parlette explains advanced orchestra technique. Up With Changing Forms Music I Ram band members go into action at a basketball game Mr Parlette conducted the band with successful results this year. Through- out the year, the band performed at the Christmas program. Winter Concert, and the Spring Concert. Many mem- bers of the group participated in NIS- BOVA contests, either in ensembles or as soloists, and came up with good ratings.
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Rams Look into the Past and Future With History and Math Freshmen Rams look on as Mr. Denny explains how to solve an equation. Mr. Denny chats with seventh grader Frank Hackett during math study period. Mr. Berg and class discuss opinions on U.S. history. The camera catches seventh grade Rams while they think about geography in Mr. Edwards " class. Seventh and eight graders have learned many facts about geography and history, as well as advancing their know- ledge in mathematics. Their teachers led them in group discussions and the students had fun working on special projects. Ninth graders worked on improving their algebra skills this year. They worked mostly on solving equations and organizing story problems. All in all, the shape of the future became a little clearer as social studies and mathematical skills were examined. Baby Rams work hard on their as- signments while Miss Lindley looks on. These seventh grade geography students are busy . . . posing for the photographer. 11
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