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The Yongester 2007
Vol. 72
P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School
1080 S.W. 11th St., Gainesville, FL 32601
(352) 392-1554
www.pky.ufl.edu






Chris and Goiy Johnson


-ai


David Acosta and Gary Gale-Shelton t I t K. Yonge, we have a dif-
-'f-erent kind of family tree.
Our lines connect, cross, and
split in hundreds of ways, but
they never seem to end.
There is a special relation-
ship between our classmates,
teachers and coaches that
creates a "comfort zone." El-
ementary kids, middle school
youngsters and big bad high
schoolers have a special bond
that students at other schools
do not share.
We've all had that one crazy
teacher, we've felt the butter-
flies when we stepped onto the
field, and we all remember the
joys of recess.
n IHI D.. 3, ,,w lu E.n The great thing about our
bond is that it's not just be-
tween the lifers; even new stu-
dents feel the family love. Stu-
dents can always find a friend
to laugh with, a shoulder to cry
on, and a sibling to love in our
extended family.








II,' r.. !.'.rJau, Sarah Waters and Kayla
Nick Turner, Shannon Pollock and Kelly Flunker



rn27







STUDENT LIFE

Six hours a day, 180 days out of the
year, school was a student's life.
However, despite all the rules students
were expected to follow, they found a
way to maintain their own individuality.
This freedom meant a great deal to stu-
dents of all ages.
Summer vacation was the starting %
point for finding true passions. As the ''
school year started, lives began to take w. '
summer their shape. Lives outside of school
were different due to heritage and family .,
traditions. Inside of school, homecom- '
ing events, choices of fashion and cars -
let people express their tastes. Allow-
o0 ing people to show off personal prefer- L., '
ences shaped the P.K. atmosphere.


fashion


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12
high tide




18
carnival


22homecoming


GAME FACE: Sixth
grader Gianna Gillispie's
2 P.K.Y. paint job says it all.


TAKIN' A SNOOZE: FLOAT ON: Sixth grad- RECESS: Kalen McGill ELECTRIC: Amanda
Senior Mose Parker ers represent teacher and Angelica Forson Purves and Rhea Jones
dozes off in class. Lawson Brown's class, hang out together. dance at Homecoming.


I-- I __ _ _ __ _ _ _ _


41







ties that bind


FAMILY & HERITAGE


Related or not, many students consider
the people around them to be like fam-
ily. But for some, the connection is closer
than others.
We have families within the P.K. family,
including ISS supervisor Betty Richardson
and her three grandchildren, staff accoun-
tant Sherrie Sullivan and her twin daugh-
ters, and world history teacher Courtney
Shannon and her two younger brothers.
Shannon said it's no problem having
her younger brother Jordan as a student.


"I actually think it's harder for him to be
in my class than it is for me," she said. "He
knows he can't misbehave and that he has
to do his homework."
There are also many students who have
siblings, cousins, and other relatives they
see throughout the school day.
We have students from many differ-
ent backgrounds. When we stop and look
around at the people that gather in the hall-
ways, we see that even though none of us
might look the same, we are all a family.


NO RIVALRY HERE:The Shan- LIKE MOTHER LIKE DAUGHTERS: Sherrie Sullivan enjoys acting crazy
non family celebrates 11th grader with her 11th grade twins, Paula and Kaitlyn. Mrs. Sullivan is the business
Jarred's crowning as Homecom- office's chief pencil pusher.
ing prince. Jordan, below left, _
started high school this year in his
biq sister's world history class.


GATOR SMILES: Betty
Richardson is all smiles
when it comes to being
with her three grand-
children, Riley Delucas,
Drew Outcalt, and Callen
Delucas. "It's so special
to be at the same school
as my grandchildren. It's
special for me to bring
them to school and take
them home and hear all
their stories of the day.
They're the third gen-
eration to attend P.K."
said Richardson, who
has been at P.K. since
1981. Her three kids all
graduated from P.K. in
the years 1988, 1991,
and 1992. Even her late
husband, Lamar Richard-
son, graduated from P.K.
in 1963.


SI family and heritage
6 STUDENT LIFE


family and heritage
STUDENT LIFE--






make the dough, get the ride


CARS AND JOBS

High school students long for a
nice car that everyone is going
to be amazed by. However, in order
to get the ride they want, they are
often forced to get a job.
Many students take part in this
cycle of economics. They work in all
different areas of Alachua County,
from horse farms to Publix. Even
though the students slave for the
money, the outcome is worth it. They
are able to have awesome cars.

HIGH ROLLING: Senior Aja Johnson's 2006 Toyota Sequoia
Limited Edition sits in the parking lot with pride because it is
the biggest and the baddest.


LIGHTING UP THE NIGHT: Seniors James Hager and Matthew
Honeycutt can be seen and heard from a mile away with their neon
lights and loud sound. "It's all about the bass." said Hager.

BAGGING IT: Junior JohnMark Honeycutt
works diligently at the Publix in Haile Plantation.
"I really like it here and all the customers and
employees are very nice," Honeycutt said.


HORSING AROUND:
Senior Heather Shirk
walks in step with
Clipper at Victory
Sport Horses east of
Gainesville on S.R. 26.
Shirk was leading Clip-
per to the barn to be fed
breakfast.


THE RED RIDER: Senior Kacie McFate's 2002 CLASSIC BEAUTY: Senior Joe Ferreira's
Mercury Cougar glistens in the sunlight while parked in 1972 Pontiac LeMans stuns us with its
the student parking lot. amazing speed every time he drives by.


SCHIQUITA GIRLS: Seniors Molly Hoggard and Maggie
Dodd serve the very fortunate guests at a Keith Watson
Productions event.


Scars and jobs
S --7 STUDENT LIFE


cars and jobs
STUDENT LIFE






the good life


S U M M E R READY POSITION: Juniors Brittany Posey and
1 i Marissa Lovvorn spend their summer days playing
softball for a local travel team, the Gainesville Ga-
Slhen the final bell rang on the tors. Some dedicated athletes devoted their sum-
VV last day of school sending stu- mers to building up their talent.
dents home for the summer, most
were ready for the break from their DRIPPING DRY:'Fourth grader Courtney Chappell
were ready for thedules. Sumeir and third grader Maddie Bonahue take a break from
grueling school schedules. Summer playing at the P.K. Yonge summer camp.
was the perfect time for sleeping in,
hanging out with friends and travel-
ing. Jobs, sports camps and sum-
mer school were often the focus for
others who liked to stay busy.
For some, the summer followed
their very first year of school. For
others, the summer was the begin-
ning of the rest of their lives after
RK. Yonge. However, to every stu- "-'-
dent the summer brought a sense of
adventure, a feeling of relief and a
chance to live the good life.

how was YOUR summer?

"I went to basketball
camp at Florida State. I -
would like to play in col-
lege."
Maurice Perry, ..
freshman
"I played video games
this whole summer, there
was nothing else to do."
Celino Diaz,
sixth grade


"I went to Universal with '- .. -
my friend Nancy. We
had fun on all the roller P ':
coasters." V.'.J
Jocelyn Ivey, "-
with friend Nancy George A M
AWAY TO ITALY: Senior Sasha Christopher enjoys the view GATOR BAIT: Students at the summer sports SLIP N' SLIDE: Third grader Nicki Bennett flies
of the Colosseum in Rome, Italy. She was able to get away camp run out of the tunnel at Ben Hill Griffin Sta- down the slip n' slide. This was a favorite activity for
from Gainesville for a part of the summer. dium. This was a day to show off their Gator spirit. many students at the P.K. Yonge summer camp.



STUDENT LIFE STUDENT






fashion


A BLAST FROM THE PAST


C o what's up with today's fashion? From FASHION PARADE: Below, senior Simone Days (A) shows her stylish ways
the skinny jeans to the high-waist belts, by wearing a long black necklace and black flats. Freshman Tori Potter (B)
it seems that fashion is just a flashback. dresses to impress in a long grey v-neck and black leggings, a very popular
e are now wearing otes style. Sophomore Karina Rivera (C) wears a red high-waisted belt with cuffed
We are now wearing clothes from about capris and Reef flip flops. The belt made the outfit look hot.
every generation. From the '20s the long
necklaces, from the '50s the high-waist
belts, from the '60s the big sunglasses, from
the '70s boots over jeans, from the '80s we
have holes in the jeans and leggings under
skirts, from the '90s we have cutoff tops,
and from the 2000s all of the above.
This school is all about fashion. From
the Dooney & Bourke purses to the Coach
shoes and Hollister apparel, P.K. knows
what's what and who's who when it comes
to the fashion world.
















FASHIONISTAS: From left, senior Kacie McFate
is wearing a purple T-shirt with ripped jeans and
is wearing a purple T-shirt with ripped jeans and IF THE PRICE IS RIGHT: Above, the Hollister brand (1) was one of the most
white Volcm sweatshirt. Sheis is a comfortable but very cute worn brands that could be found in the halls. It seemed to be just as popular
w white necklace. This is a comfortable but very cute for the guys as it was for the girls. (2) For the winter season many girls wore
ena isemble that McFate putton-up togep, white undershirt Mariel Ugg boots to accent their outfits. These boots came in about every color and
Mena is wearing a button-up top, white undershirt style you could imagine. (3) Coach was a favorite high-fashion clothing and
LOOK AT THOSE GUYS: Senior Felipe and Bermuda shorts, which took the fashion world style you could imagine. (3) Coach was a favorite high-fashion clothing and
Bombonato and sophomore Zach Cook by storm this year. Senior Jourdan Goetz is wear- accessory company. Students had Coach shoes, purses, wallets and sizes from
show off their fashionable style. With a ing a purple rhinestone top with Hollister jeans and hats. (4) Girls carried purses and wallets in all colors, shapes and size.
popped collar and ripped jeans, these a very "in" jacket with fur on the hood. These girls high-fashion company Dooney & Bourke.
boys looked great. knew what it was about when it came to fashion.

n fashionSTUDE
SSTUDENTI STUDENT LIFE
SSTUDENT LIFE







ex loreM

T E A C H IN G HAVING FUN: Ardell Roberts is attacked by the
kindergarten class at the Explore Teaching Christ-
mas party. The elementary students loved to play
nthe Explore Teaching class, high-school -around with their high-school buddies.
students learn to teach younger children
how to pronouce letter sounds, how to read
and/or how to be better readers. HEY, CATCH: Madison Brooker and Mariah Banis
This class also shows the "teachers" how takes a minute away from the party to pose for a
I .- picture at their Christmas party.
to be better readers. It is one of the those p.
classes that allows you to have a great ex- ,l
perience.
"This class made me feel so good after
every class knowing that each day I was an
influence in a child's life, and I actually saw
her learning," said senior Kelli Stoops.
Instructors Nancy Dean and Allison Jones
did their very best to give the students new
ideas and supplies to teach. They both made
the class into a very successful one.




big brother, big sister

"Making a difference
in a child's life made my
whole senior year."

Kelli Stoops,
with Olivia McNeil '- "
"It was a great learning p i
experience for both of- '
us." .,
Karina Rivera,
with Ricardo
Galindo-Hamsho

"Knowledge is power,
and we gained
a lot of power."

Ardell Roberts, ,
with Israel Wilcox
TEACHERS TEACHING TUTORS: Allison Jones and CHEESE: Kindergarteners Addie Maxwell and EXPLORE TEACHING: Kindergarten students
Nancy Dean taught the Explore Teaching Class. They taught Ricardo Galinso-Hamsho hang out with high-school pose with their high school buddies after having a
the tutors all the skills they would need to tutor kindergarten- tutor Iva Margjoni, sophomore. Christmas party celebrating all of their hard work
ers and first graders. this year.

expicre teaching explore teaching
STUDENT LIFE STUDENT LIFE






dress-n' up to get pumped up


SPIRIT WEEK


As everyone was looking forward
Ato the football game and Home-
coming dance, students and teach-
ers began the week getting pumped
up on Monday by dressing up for
Clash Day. Next came Pirate Day,
'60s/'70s/'80s Day, Superhero Day,
and of course, Spirit Day.
Finally, Friday night brought stu-
dents and family together to sup-
port the football team. All this spirit
pumped up the football team and led
them to a 43-0 homecoming victory
over Chiefland.
CLASH DAY: Thomas Jansen, Ashley Hechavarria,
Yanique Hutchinson and Cristina Suarez smile by the
lockers. "I love being unique," Hechavarria said.


DUEL, ANYONE? Jedi Knight Stephen Burgin and
Sith Lord Ben King fight with lightsabers. Burgin is
known for being a Star Wars fanatic.


CLASH DAY: Eighth graders Sara Lynch and Caitlin Doak show ofi
their Clash Day outfits with sixth grader Taylor Bowden. "Spirit Wee
is a time to be crazy," Doak said.


Spirit week
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SUPERHERO DAY: From left, juniors Kyle Chacon and Kenny
Armstrong join with sophomores Meredith Rodgers, Liam Fitzger-
ald, lain Wallace and Rachel Piper to show off their super powers.
l~~u ~ ~ ;


'60s/'70s/'80s DAY: Teachers Dianne
Skye, Kathryn Janicke and Catherine Por-
ter get groovy in the hallway.


PIRATE DAY: Sophomores Alex Otero,
Meredith Rodgers and Liam Fitzgerald wait
in their pirate attire for lunch to start.


CLASH DAY: During the morning break students Lanie Wyrosdick,
Alicia Hernandez, Charles Hogan, Karli Bailey, Iva Margjoni, Rasheedah
Johnson and Calli Breil stop in front of Mrs. King's famous photo tree.


sprit week
STUDENT LIFE






the wave of enthusiasm


HIGH TIDE WHALES, ANYONE? Seniors Dante
Campanaro, Adam Henry and Molly Hog-
gard compete in the eating contest. "My
experience was quite yummy," said Molly.
igh Tide was a huge success.
There were many games played, HATS OFF: Senior Felipe Bom-
and all were exciting. These games in- -- bonato takes his turn as co-host.
eluded whale eating, coconut racing BUNDLE OF CONFUSION: PUSH THIS: Senior
and untying knots. The atmosphere .l Sixth grader Winston Cunningham Adam Clark participates
was so relaxing that the audience could races to untangle a sailor's knot. in the coconut race.
not hold their tears back from laughing
so hard from the comical hosts, seniors
Keenan Walsh and Felipe Bombonato.
"I think overall the show was impec-
cable. Felipe's performance enhanced
mine in a way other actors could never
match. He's a great sidekick," Walsh ..
said.
The enthusiasm of the participants
made many of the games even more
exciting.
"All I could think about was the pre-
cious candy that would soon fill my bel-
ly with joy. Also, how I would take out
every person in my way," said senior
Adam Henry.
















BUST-A-MOVE: Junior Lewis Palmer IN THE WINGS: The Blue Wave cheer-
and senior Adam Henry participate in leaders get ready to come out and perform
the dance-off at High Tide. "I whooped. I for the crowd.
could feel the music flowing through me. LOVELY BUNCH OF COCONUTS: Senior Keenan WINNING FACE: Kindergartener Baylee Boothby
I expressed myself the only way I could," Walsh explains how the coconut race will work. walks off stage after winning a game.
Palmer said. Walsh was one of the hosts of High Tide.

hhigh tghde STU ide
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the real blue and white


HOMECOMING PARADE

SPONTANEOUS SMILES: Elementary students Fernando Fernandez, Evan Dogru
Jacob Zoltek and Adam Maxwell put on their silly faces for the parade.


"tt o Blue Wave!" was heard all over campus
During Homecoming Week from cheerlead-
ers to teachers to even the supposedly non-spir-
ited students.
When the sun rose on game day, students
could be found covered in blue and white, plas-
tered with paint, sporting school attire, or just
plain decked out for Spirit Day.
Getting to miss their first class of the day, stu-
dents and faculty made their way to the streets
passing through school to get themselves ready


for the Homecoming Day parade. Once the pa-
rade began, many students and alumni made an
appearance as they passed by friends, family,
faculty, elementary, middle and high school peers
while boasting their pride for THE WAVE.
"The parade was good and the parade com-
mittee did an awesome job this year!" said junior
Danielle Marston.
As the parade came to an end a look of dread
was seen among the students as they sluggishly
made their way back to their classes.


Somecoming parade
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THREE'S A CROWD: Freshmen
Ashlee Crockrell, Sarah Gerard
and Annamaria Dvorak get to-
gether at the parade.

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TRUE BLUE: Senior
Willie Powers and Coach
Willie Powers show their
family spirit in blue and
white.


JUMP ON IT: Drum
major Kelly Flunker leads
the Blue Wave band in its
"Jump On It" dance.


ULMIUINiU BLUE ANU WeIIT c:
Freshman Dylan Sealey shows
his spirit at the parade. Blue and
white was seen all over school.


HUT, HUT, HIKE! Seniors Evan FOCUSED ON THE WAVE:
Henderson, Moses Parker and Jai Football Coach John Clifford
Hutchinson represent the varsity shows his spirit by dressing up for
football team at the parade. Spirit Day.


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hand as she sets out to win more prizes like the lips whistle in her mouth.


HIDE AND SEEK: Second
grader Tayler Mark opens a door
to find a surprise.


SUPERDODGE: Teacher's aide
Don Dodge and his granddaugh-
ter Carlv make a super team.


SPIRIT'S PRICE: READY, AIM, FIRE: Kindergar-
Seventh grader Carolyn tener Andres Villanueva prepares
Lloyd gets her hair tinted, to shoot a bow and arrow.


ALL ABOARD: Kin- WAVE RIDER: Danyell
dergartener Corey Criss Byrd, sixth grade, takes
plays with the boats. a ride down the slide.


'FHO YUR S PIRIT: Some Klas
showed their spirit by wearing a
wig like Dalyn Jones, fifth grade.


COME ON, RIDE THE TRAIN: Several students,
parents and teachers enjoy riding the train, always a
main event at the carnival.


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STUDENT LIFE I I


carnival
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CARNIVAL

Face paint ......................... 1 ticket
Train ride ........................... 3 tickets
Money for the tickets ........$20
The smile on children's faces after watching their favorite
teacher plunge into the dunking booth................priceless.


G rades K-12 are encouraged to participate in this an-
nual homecoming week tradition.






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kinq and queen


prince and princess


HOMECOMING COURT


senior representatives


Myk Brown and Hope Wegener Jarred Shannon and Sofia Royce
heartthrobs and sweethearts


Seniors David Stuckman
and Courtney Warner


Juniors Alex Cunningham
and Michelle Campbell


juniorr representatives


Mose Parker and Shannon Gillis


Jarred Shannon and Andrea Potter Mike Perry and Crystal Johnson Elliott V\
sophomore and freshman representatives


and Kendall Jones


Band representatives James McGi i Kyle Chacon and Faith Lansberry Tiebout McCrea and Laura Warner
and Brittany Bastien


homecoming cojr 2I
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E l- STUDENT LIFE






HANGING OUT: Senior GOOD TIMES: Senior FRIENDS: A group of
Pat Mackin gets comfort- Molly Hoggard helps out friends pose for a quick
able at the parade, friends at Camp Kulaqua. picture outside the cafe.


CHILLIN': Sixth grader
Delvin Rahynes takes a
break on the playground.


MOVE IT, COACH! After
being dragged onstage
during the capoeira
performance, high school
assistant principal Randy
Scott (center) practices
his moves in preparation
for the upcoming fierce
battle with the unworldly
kicks of Professor Bar-
racha (far right). The audi-
ence cheered like crazy.


PEOPLE


The students, teachers and staff at
P.K. work together to make school
more than just math, science and Eng-
lish. Instead, we are a community of
friends and mentors that collaborate to
make learning meaningful and life-cen-
tered.
The students are more like a family
than just a student population.
The fact that we are a K-12 school is
one of our best attributes. The younger
children look up to the high school kids.
Therefore, students have the responsi-
bility of setting the best examples they
can in the classroom, through the halls
and on the field.



seniors


grades 9-11


grades 6-8


parades K-5


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Estevez and Juliana Ren- Freshman Erin Blackburn grader Devin Berry takes Machnik plunges into the Flunker and junior Nick
don watch the parade, tutors Madison Brooker. a break from playing. freezing Kulaqua spring. Turner have a water fight.


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david
ACOSTA
Memory
Getting caught coming back from Arby's
for lunch.
Plans After Graduation
I'm going to party so hard before I go to
boot camp then get shipped overseas.
Advice to Underclassmen
Don't go to Arby's. They will catch you!



michael
ANDERSON
Memory
Mornings at "the beach." Cross country
practice with the team.
Advice to Underclassmen
Stay ahead, stay motivated and have fun.


geoffrey
ANDERSON
Plans After Graduation
Participate in college athletics while
earning my bachelor's degree in sports
medicine.






Twins Michael and Geoffi

brittany
BASTIEN
Quote
"You gain strength, courage and confi
dence by every experience in which y
stop to look fear in the face." Eleane
Roosevelt.


class of 2007
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS


SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Vice President Ginnie Mikell,
President Bianca Gras, Secretary Hope Wegener, Treasurer
Barbara Luong. Not pictured: Historian Kay Williams.


edward
BEATTY
Quote
"Cash rules everything around me."
- Method Man









kimberly
BLANCH
Quote
"Every day is a gift; that's why they call it
the present."


30 PEOPLE







frank
BOE
Plans After Graduation
Become a sailor in the U.S. Navy.


Frank with sister Julie


ce-itl -
BROWN
Quote
"Laugh your heart out, dance in
the rain, cherish the memories,
ignore the pain, love and live, forgive









chrlstopK-i-
CARO
and forget,
because re-





member you
only have one
life to live."


Caitlin with brother Ryan



CARO
Memory
Traveling to Fort Lauderdale for Final Four
my sophomore year.


&,lilpe
BOMBONATO
Quote
"Your talent is God's gift to you, what you
do with it is your gift to God."
Memory
Coach Scott's 7th grade science class.







giorgio clnte
CAMPANARO
Memory
The party in Joe's hotel room in Washing-
ton, D.C. in fifth grade and Travis Carthon
wrestling with Ben
in their hotel room.


senior superlatives
BEST ALL AROUND


Chris with sister Chelsea


wyatt david
CARTER
Quote
"If 10% is good for God, then it should
be good enough for the IRS."
Memory
The varsity football team.


FELIPE BOMBONATO AND KAMILLE CHAPARRO:
"People will forget what you said or did, but they will never
forget how you made them feel," says Kamille.


SPniors
PEOPLE LE







tyler
CHACON
Quote
"It's not the critic who counts, nor the
man who points out how the strong man
stumbled, but rather the man who is
actually in the arena."




Tyler with brothers Ryan
I and Kyle

sasha
CHRISTOPHER
Quote
"I'd rather be hated for who I am rather
than liked for something I'm not."
Advice to Underclassmen
Dual enroll!


kamirllI
CHAPARRO
Quote
"Of all days, the one on which one has
not laughed is the day most surely
wasted." Nicholas de Chamfort






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adam
CLARK
Memory
Going to Final Four sophomore yea, Best
trip with '05 and '06!


Matt, Miranda, Danny and Ad n


rrim-
CLIFTON
Quote
"There are no short cuts to any placid
worth going."








heather
CROCKER
Quote
"The sheltered and shy never fully live."
Memory
Every overnight trip (band and NYC) and
every Gator game worked.


AJA JUPINUN AND KIENIAN WALIM: "I nave ZU-ZU
vision," says Keenan. "Those two are always making our
class laugh," says Kacie McFate.


IE2- PEOPLE


senior su;)erlatives
CLASS CLOWN







ashley
CRUMP
Quote
"Live every moment as if it were your last
because you never know what life will
throw at you."


rsnley anu sister mlysia 0con


simone
DAYS
Quote
"The intelligent
man will lead a
moral life."


chelsea
DANIELS
Quote
"Don't let the fear of striking out keep you
from playing the game."
Advice to Underclassmen
Listen to Mr. Anderson, he knows history
- he was there!








DERRY


Simone with sister Skyla
and brother Devin Berry


rachel
DILLARD
Quote
"Live life to the fullest."
Memory
The physics field trip to Busch Gardens.


senior superlatives
BIGGEST MOOCHER


ki r.ten
DIXON
Memory
When the girls basketball team went to
Lakeland last year and almost won!


Kristen with sister Kandice


KATHY SANCHEZ AND ADAM CLARK: There is never
a day without Adam and Kathy asking for food. Adam says,
"Courtney Warner's sandwiches are always the best!"


PEiorsP
PEOPLE --m






kristin
DODD
Quote
"The good things in life don't come easy."


christopher
DOLAN
Advice to Underclassmen
Be close to your friends, be social.


9


Chris, Michael and David


senior superlatives
BEST DRESSED
-mmm.. _- -*dJ&Am b U e*fjmen


maggie
DODD
Quote
"If you think you can or you think you
can't, then you are right." Henry Ford








robert
DRAKE
Quote
"You can't get ahead by just getting I y."
Memory
Freshman year in Mrs. King's class w Lh
E-Rut, Javel Woods, Jamie Whitehur t,
Jake Mitchell, Felipe, Caitlin, Hope, I att,
and Jake Eskew.


I

chloe
DUNNELL
Quote
"Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die ife
is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly '


Jamie with big sister Chloe

evan
EASTERLING
Quote
"Pain is weakness leaving the body."


MATTHEW HONEYCUTT AND SABRINA HAYES: "Our
styles reflect who we are," says Sabrina. "Betcha can't do
it like me!" says Matthew.


Isenors
I I- PEOPLE






j sk.eob
ESKEW
Quote
"Don't worry about what people say
behind your back, that
only means the, 're tAo
steps behind."


adio
FAUCHER-MUTIMA
Quote
"There is no 'I' in team. But there is an 'A'
in 'pass Adio the ball.'"


derek
ESTEVEZ
Memory
Dittmar! And meeting Barbara.







A Derek and Christina

joseph
FERREIRA
Advice to Underclassmen
Don't buy a Pontiac.


Kamaria and Adio


kelly
FLUNKER
Quote
"The meeting of two personalities is like the
contact of two chemical substances: if there
is any reaction, both are transformed."
Memory
7th grade band trip and dying my hair
and the hotel room bathroom blue.


I

gary
GALE-SHELTON
Quote
"It takes three seconds to say it, three
hours to explain it, and a lifetime to show
it: I love you."


Andrea, Gary and Jessica


senior superlatives
MOST ARTISTIC


I -- .B1-



DAISY MASON AND BEN INGLE: "A lot of music inspires
me to draw," says Daisy. "I hate drawing, but it intrigues the
thoughts that linger in my mind," says Ben.


SEniors ,
PEOPLE -I







shannon
GILLIS
Quote
"A real friend is one who walks in when
the rest of the world walks out."


onannon anuo oUrur .J.


jourdan
GOETZ
Quote
"You only live once."


janna
GOACHEE
Quote
"Exert your talents and distinguish
yourself, and don't think of retiring from
the world until the world will be sorry
that you retired." Samuel Jackson





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biwnca
GRAS
Advice to Underclassmen
Every year of high school counts!


Bianca and brother Dan


senior superlatives
MOST ATHLETIC


matthew
GUSTAFSON
Quote
"There it is." Mr. Butler






Sam and brother Matt

James
HAGER
Quote
"Never make someone your priority when
they only make you an option."
Memory
2005 soccer Final Four trip!


KRISTEN DIXON AND KILE MATHEWS: '"ports don't
build character, they reveal it," says Kile and Kristen. Both
students are passionate about multiple sports.


I I seniors
E DI- PEOPLE






arnett
HALL II
Quote
"If you can't stop 'em, chop 'em."
Memory
When Sterling came to school with a
flattop.



I
sabrina
HAYES
Quote
"Reach for what you can grab. Never come
down until you get it."





I
adam
HENRY
Quote
"Here I am, rock you like a hurricane."








christopher
HILLEARY
Quote
"Oldsmobiles suck."


kaitlynn
HAWKINS
Quote
"Try, try, again and soon you will succeed."


evan
HENDERSON
Quote
"Attack the hill." Coach Clifford
Memory
In 8th grade when Sterling cut his hair
into a flattop.





senior superlatives
MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT


COURTNEY WARNER AND JAI HUTCHINSON:
Courtney and Jai will do whatever it takes to show their Blue
Wave spirit. "GO BLUE WAVE!"


seniors
PEOPLE IL I






molly
HOGGARD
Quote
"No pain, no gain."
Advice to Underclassmen
Mrs. Rich can be your best friend or
worst enemy...


stephen
HOOGHUIS
Memory
Football practice with all my good
friends.






H


senior superlatives
BIGGEST FLIRT


Quote
"Impossible is nothing!" David Beckham


jai
HUTCHINSON
Quote
"Love, and live life to the fullest."


saleha
HUUDA
Quote
"Your high school years are when you
realize who your true friends are."
Memory
In 8th grade, we were running to the
cafeteria and Loni Griggs fell flat on he
face!


I

benjamin
INGLE
Quote
"Left, right, up, down. The more you
look around, you realize that being self-
ish gets you nowhere."


JAKIE MITUhELL AND 5MANNON GILLIS: "I don't call
it flirting, I just like being nice to everyone," says Shannon.
"What can I say, I'm just a ladies man," says Jake.


Justin with big brother Ben


I seniors
I E3 \ PEOPLE






jar- 1-
JACKSON
Quote
"God is the joy and the strength of my life,
he moves all things misery and strife."
Memory
In the 8th grade when we had
intramurals and I split my pants while I was
dancing.


I
dayton
JESKE
Advice to Underclassmen
Respect the Seniors, you would be mad
if we disrespected you.
Memory
Gary eating a handful of wasabi and
Dittmar's English class.



I
travis
JOHNSON
Quote
"The one who invests the most is the last
to surrender."
Memory
Christmas tournament in Panama City,
Fla.




kyle
JONES
Quote
"Life's a garden...dig it."


kayla
JAMES
Advice to Underclassmen
Always take school seriously, and cherish
your high school days because they will
be over before you know it.
Plans After Graduation
PARTY, PARTY, and more PARTIES!



I


JOHNSON
Memory
When I threw water in Mr. Dittmar's class
and it splashed on Erica Williams' face
and her backpack.
Plans after graduation
Attend Gulf Coast Community College
and play basketball.


senior superlatives
BIGGEST SLACKER


Memory
Death screams
after school with
Ben, Mike and
Robert.


U


Kyle and sister Kendall


JAKE ESKEW AND CELESTE SIMS: "We're smart, but
we have this bad habit of putting things off until the last
minute," say Celeste and Jake.


seniors E
PEOPLE







travis
JONES
Quote
"Looking back, knowing you gave it your
all win or lose, you will always finish a
champion."






U,

kelly
LASLEY
Quote
"Two wrongs don't make a right."
Advice to Underclassmen
Do your best
NOWK (It gets a
lot harder;



Kelly and brother Ric


senior superlatives
CLASS SAINT


MATT GUSTAFSON AND RACHEL DILLARD: "I have
never seen them do anything evil," says senior Matt
Honeycutt. "They call me Rabbi Matt," says Matt Gustafson.


jalmar
KURKI-FOX











alexander
LING
Quote
"You are either a winner or a loser, no in
the middle." Roger Maris
Memory
Barbara Luong getting blobbed by M
at Camp Kalaqua.


amber
LIVERMAN
Quote
"Every decision you make has a
consequence, whether it be good or
bad."








heather
LOPEZ
Memory
Good times and memories in
cheerleading with Courtney Lindsey!






Heather and sis Laura I


[El- PEOPLE







aaron
LUCAS
Memory
Getting a chance to be with the coolest
people in the whole world: The Class of
2007!





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patrick
MACKIN IV
Advice to Underclassmen
Don't stick nuthin' in your toaster unless
it's a bread product, stay close to God,
and GO GATORS!!








cristian
MARTINEZ
Quote
"Whatever you do today echoes in
eternity."
Advice to Underclassmen
Put God first and stay humble.






daisy
MASON
Advice to Underclassmen
Block all negative energy and ride your
bike.


barbara
LONG
Memory
Dittmar and going to Coldstone every
week for two months.
Advice to Underclassmen
Work hard, play hard!






chelsey
MARTIN
Quote
"With God all things are possible."
Memory
Taking Dittmar's class.







s- ior superlatives
CLASS SINNER


KELLI STOOPS AND KYLE PONS: "I promise I'm a sweet
girl. I just don't put up with the drama," says Kelli. "I'd rather
be fishing," says Kyle.


PEOPLE






christopher kile
MATHEWS
Quote
"You can do all things through Christ who
strengthens you."
Advice to Underclassmen
Be thankful for your blessings and never
take them for granted.





ginnie
MIKELL
Quote
"Be the change you wish to see in the
world."






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kacie
McFATE
Quote
"The future belongs to those who believe
in the beauty of their dreams."
Advice to Underclassmen
"Watch out for seniors and their video/
camera phones."



I
adrian
MILLER
Quote
"Don't put off until tomorrow what ye
can achieve today."
Plans After Graduation
Celebrate with my friends and family


senior superlatives
MOST LIKELY TO


SUCCEED


jacob
MITCHELL
Quote
"It is hard to fail, but it is worse to ne r
have tried to succeed." Theodore
Roosevelt





I
stephanie
MOLLISON
Quote
"Life is a beach!"
Advice to Underclassmen
High school isn't the end of the world.
I promise!


BRENDAN SMYTH, BIANCA GRAS, JEREMY SMYTH:
"Know that you can achieve anything so long as you put
forth the effort," says Bianca.


S42 PEOPLE







mykhael
MORRIS-BROWN
Quote
"Stay far from timid, only make moves
when your heart is in it. The sky's the
limit. "


cherelle
OLIVER
Quote
"You're going to make mistakes in life.
It's what you do after the mistakes that
counts."


Myk and brother Trey
Griseck


alexis
PAPADI
Quote
"The only constant in life is change."
Memory
When Aja found Anderson's tighty whites
in his desk and threw them around the
class. Eww!




a.j


elisa
PELEGRINA
Quote
"When the power of love overcomes
the love of power
then the world wiill
know peace"


moses
PARKER
Quote
"Don't worry about going to college...just
play high school football." -John Clifford
Memory
Starting on varsity.






senior superlatives
MOST MEMORABLE


shannon
POLLOCK
Quote
"Side by side or miles apart, true friends
are always close to the heart."


MYK MORRIS-BROWN AND SIMONE DAYS: These
two never fail to make everyone around them smile. They're
dearly loved and will always be remembered.


PsePors
PEOPLE


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8-







kyle
PONS
Quote
"I'd rather be fishing. "
Advice to Underclassmen
Work hard but have fun and make
memories.







juliana
RENDON
Quote
"Quien bien ama, tarde olvida."
Memory
Ditty's class


V\ lIIl-
POWERS
Memory
Beating Florida High in the last few
seconds of the game.


Willie with sister;
Andrea and Patn 3


juClzn gabriel
RIVERA
Quote
"Every book is a children's book if the kid
can read."


Kanna witn Dig Drotner Juan


senior superlatives
BEST SMILE


ardell
ROBERTS
Quote
"They say the truth will come out to the
light, so put your shades on because
your boy is bright."






Ardell and brother Alexi Vi

katherine
SANCHEZ
Advice to Underclassmen
You will get caught if you try to get into
Mrs. Andrews' classroom...through the
window. Keep Mrs. Richardson up to
date with the "gossip" and she'll watch
your back.


ARNETT HALL AND HOPE WEGENER: "We owe it all
to the braces!" say Arnett and Hope. A day doesn't go by
that these two aren't flashing their pearly whites.


44 PEOPLE







alfredo
SAVO
Quote
"Don't do anything I wouldn't do twice."
Memory
Blowing up Mrs. King's computer. The
solar flare!






dwayne
SHERMAN
Memory
My senior year going to Florida High and
us beating them with only a few seconds
left on the clock.


celeste
SIMS
Memory
The fart machine in Mr., Anderson's class,
the remote control car in Mr. Bice's class.


cason
SELPH
Quote
"Let us so live that when we come to die
even the undertaker will be sorry."
Memory
When Ray fell out of the golf cart while
chasing a squirrel.




I

heather
SHIRK
Quote
"Anything can be overcome with a little
bit of effort."
Plans After Graduation
To attend UF and receive my bachelor's
degree and then continue to law school.


senior superlatives
BEST EYES


a'metrice
SMITH
Quote
"Don't ever let anyone tell you that you
can't make it. Do your best at everything
you do."


uesuny anU uig sis M IVUISI


JAMES HAGER AND KACIE McFATE: Stunning beauty
measures full in their eyes. "The blueness of their eyes is just
tranquilizing," says senior Ashley Crump.


sPEniorsE
PEOPLE


.3.







rayan
SMITH
Quote
"Winter must be cold for those with no
warm memories."
Memory
Eating a grasshopper in Coach Scott's
class with my best friend.


q^*
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lJer-y
SMYTH
Quote
"So it goes..."
Memory
Mr. Anderson pretending like he was
having a heart attack, it was priceless.


Drrendan
SMYTH
Quote
"If God is for us, who is against us?"


gardnler-
SPICKARD
Quote
"You say I'm wrong, but how can that be,
for the world is seen through my eyes."
Memory
When Mrs. Shirley Ann called over the
school intercom and said "we have a
Gardner Spickard and Alfredo Savo run-
ning down 6th street."


senior suerlatives
MOST FUN
ON A DESERTED ISLAND


MOLLY HOGGARD AND JAKE WOODMANSEE: It's
never a boring day with Molly and Jake. "Life's a banana...
peel it!" says Molly.


arn- a
STARNIERI
Quote
"If it's meant to happen it eventually will,
so don't sweat the small things and go
with the flow."
Advice to Underclassmen
Anything you don't want others to know,
don't tell. PK. is too small for secrets!


Kd3


kelli
STOOPS
Quote
"Life not about the breaths you breathe; it's
about the moments that take your breath
away."
Memory
Good times in Marine Science with
Brianna and Dominic and being editor of
the yearbook senior year.



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S46 PEOPLE


__ __







david
STUCKMAN
Quote
"I can do all things through Christ who
strengthens me."


David


megan
TRAYLOR
Quote
"I can do all things through Christ who
strengthens me."
Advice to Underclassmen
High school is only what you make of it,
so enjoy every minute of it. Forgive and
forget, and learn from your mistakes.


andrew
SUCHMAN
Quote
"Guys, guys" Coach Powers
Advice to Underclassmen
Life is a journey and you are at the start-
ing line, but it's not a race, so take your
time and enjoy and LIVE!






david
TURULL
Quote
"My last name is 'Turull,' like I'm going
to rule the world."
Advice to Underclassmen
If at first you don't succeed try, try again.
Academic grades are very important.


keenan
WALSH
Quote
"The best lack all conviction while
the worst are full
of passionate
intensity."


senior superlatives
MOST SPONTANEOUS


tmily ano reenan


courtney
WARNER
Quote
"Smile, tomorrow could be worse!"


,.-


MAGGIE DODD AND JOE FERREIRA: Maggie and Joe
are unpredictable. "I'm not spontaneous, my mind just
wanders," says Joe.


seniors
PEOPLE


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nLary .a.IIU _.






brandy
WATERS
Quote
"A friend is one who knows us, but loves
us anyways."





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erica
WILLIAMS
Quote
"Anyone can give up, it's the easiest
thing in the world to do, but to hold it
all together when everyone else would
understand if you gave up, now that's
strength."


hope
WEGENER
Quote
"There are two ways to live your life.
One is as though nothing is a miracle.
The other is as though everything is a
miracle." Albert Einstein




I
katherine
WILLIAMS


class of 2007
MOST LIKELY
TO BRIGHTEN


YOUR DAY


jake
WOODMANSEE
Memory
"Beating Florida High my junior year
The final score was 29-28 with only
2 seconds left
in the game."


Jake and sister Lindsey


Not Pictured
forest HAYES
yanique HUTCHINSON
goiy JOHNSON
courtney POLK


CLASS OF 2007: Passive, optimistic and friendly, the
class of 2007 is always there when you need them. The
diversity of our class brings us closer as a whole.


[ QsPE orE
IE I- PEOPLE








c ass of 2007


LIFERS


Adrian Miller
Elisa Pelegrina
Kathy Sanchez
Erica Williams
Kelly Flunker
Shannon Gillis
James Hager
:van Henderson
Ben Ingle
Kayla James
Kelly Lasley
Aaron Lucas
Celeste Sims
David Stuckman
Andrew Suchman
Brittany Bastien
Ed Beatty
Dante Campanaro
Chris Caro
William Derry
Kristin Dodd
Joe Ferreira
Molly Hoggard
David Acosta
Rachel Dillard
Chris Dolan
Adio Faucher-Mutima
Heather Crocker
Evan Easterling
Jai Hutchinson


TOGETHERNESS: Front row: Shannon Gillis, Molly Hoggard, Adio
Faucher-Mutima, Evan Henderson, Jai Hutchinson, Chris Caro, Kelly
Lasley, Frank Boe, Kelly Flunker. Middle: Celeste Sims, Rachel Dil-
lard, Heather Crocker, Erica Williams, Elisa Pelegrina, Jourdan Goetz,
Andrew Suchman, Kathy Sanchez, James Hager, Evan Easterling,
Ben Ingle, Adrian Miller, Brittany Bastien. Back row: Chris Dolan, Joe
Ferreira, David Acosta, Dante Campanaro, Ed Beatty.


These roots go way deep

t seems like it was just yesterday the lifers of
the Class of 2007 started a new journey, sitting
in Mrs. Donnelly's and Mrs. Savage's kindergarten
classes counting to 100 and singing "These are the
Months of the Year." Since then, they have grown
and branched out in many directions, but they will
always remember fun field trips, the peek across the
creek, walking in lines, and the friends they made.


iPEO rs I
PEOPLE 4







class of 2008


ALL SMILES: Mariel
Mena grins at the Home-
coming Parade.


FRIENDS FOREVER: Colin Spears, Alan
Medrano, Rebecca Shuping, Danielle Mar-
ston and Charles Hogan pose together.


JUNIORS

M any people agree that junior year is the
most challenging and frustrating year
of high-school. Senioritis is already begin-
ning to take its toll. Advanced Placement
classes began to fill students' schedules.
"AP American History was definitely the
most difficult," said Katherine Harris.
With the huge responsibility of choosing
prospective colleges looming in the near fu-
ture, preparations for the SAT and ACT filled
many students' free time. Nonetheless, they
were able to make time for plenty of fun-
filled weekends.
The new freedom juniors experienced
was quite refreshing, often including a lat-
er curfew or even a car. "It's so great be-
ing able to drive myself where I want to go,"
said Krista Nordqvist.
Some juniors chose to take advantage
of the opportunity to dual enroll at Santa Fe
Community College. "I love the freedom,
but I really miss P.K." said Jarred Shannon.
With senior year knocking at their doors,
each and every member of the Class of 2008
is eager to see what the future holds.


CATCHING SOME ZZZs: Mary Silvers struggles to stay PREPARATION: John SCOOTIN' ALONG: Dre
awake in Mr. Anderson's American history class. He tended Ellis opens his locker Maddox rides his scoot-
to stray away from the topic at hand. between classes. The er. Several students rode
5-minute breaks caused scooters since gasoline
students to feel rushed, was so expensive.


CAN'T CATCH ME: Crystal Johnson flies by sophomore
Ja'kya Sheppard for a touchdown in the annual powderpuff
game. The juniors came away with a 14-7 victory.


QUITE THE CHARACTER:
Austin Thomas shows off his
feminine side. No one in the junior
class lacked a sense of humor.


juniorsPLE
PEOPLE -


IEb- PEOPLE


mmmlllwm .'A


JUST HANGIN' AROUND: Matt
McEwen hangs from his feet off
the roof. Matt's crazy antics were
common and expected.
ALL HOOPS: Walade Wade
takes advantage of SSR in Mr.
Lemstrom's class. Not only did
Wade enjoy playing basketball, he
also enjoyed reading about it.









"Not having a
math class."
Victoria
Van Arnam






"Senior parking."
Arturo Daza


What are you most

cooking forward to

about senior year?


"Really slacking off
second semester."
- Fidelis PeBenito







"Earlier lunch and
running the school.
James McGi


Blain Alfonso
Cody Alford
Kenneth Armstrong
Madison Ashley
Melanie Atkinson




Rebecca Bates
Kyle Bennett
Leonard Brennan
Matthew Browne
Michael Callahan




Michelle Campbell
Leeland Carter
Matthew Clark
Jessica Cooper
Alexander Cunningham




Carl Davis
Skyla Days
Arturo Daza
Jarad Dorsey
Zachary Dorsey


~ juniors
ED PEOPLE













Mark Dugger
Ashley Dykstra
John Ellis
Justin Feagle
Joshua Figueroa




Raymond Frazier
Emily Fuller
Andrea Gale
Andrew Garfield
Jessica Gilley




Lauren Goodwin
Brittany Green
Victoria Grimes
Thomas Gross
William Hampton




Mallory Hardaway
Katherine Harris
Mohammad Hasan
Ashley Hechavarria
Charles Hogan




JohnMark Honeycutt
Shannon Hope
Rachel Hoyt
Juliana Hughes
Tilman Hunt




Chris Ivery
Tracy James
Thomas Janson
Christopher Johnson
Crystal Johnson



juniors
PEOPLE --[







The 10 Best Tmings About Being an Upperclassman


1. You're almost done with
high school!
2. You get respect from
underclassmen.
3. Everyone is driving.
4. You can go to prom solo!
5. You have more freedom.
6. No FCAT!!!
7. You have a louder voice; you have
a say in important decisions.
8. Partying and college (a tie!)
9. Being in Mr. Lemstrom's class
10. Being in Mr. Anderson's class.
*Results of a poll of 82 juniors





Leah Johnson
Rhea Jones
Cory Kempton
Kelly Landry
Ashley Lansberry




Marissa Lovvorn
Jorge Machado
Andrew Maddox B
Danielle Marston
Courtney Martensen




Patrick Matchen
Terence McCarter
Kelli McCrery
Matthew McEwen
James McGill




Alan Medrano
Mariel Mena
Tony Mendez
Alex Mikkelsen
Margaret Morse ,


"I like knowing that high
school is almost over. Being
an upperclassman is noth-
ing special."
Charles Hogan




"Mr. Lemstrom makes the
experience better. It's
really good knowing that
I'm almost done."
Austin Thomas


- junE Lrs
PEOPLE







The Top 10 Colleges

Juniors Wil Apply to:
1. University of Florida
2. University of Central Florida
3. Santa Fe Community College
4. University of North Florida
5. Florida State University
6. Flagler and Miami University (a tie)
7. University of South Florida
8. University of California, Los
Angeles, and University of Miami
(a tie)
9. Florida Agricultural and
Mechanical University
10. Stetson University
*Results of a poll of 82 juniors


"I'm definitely going to
college. I plan on study-
ing to be a cardiovascular
surgeon."
Juliana Hughes




"I'm not really sure what
I'm going to do. I just like
living day to day."
Julianne Doctor





"I'm going to Santa Fe.
Three years down the road
I'll start looking for a good
engineering college."
Chris Johnson









Blaise Moss
Tatum Nichtberger
Krista Nordqvist
Dominique Oliver
Brooke Padgett




Lewis Palmer
S Joseph Palmquist
Grant Patterson
Fidelis PeBenito
Berney Pellett




Adriana Perez
Michael Perry
Brittany Posey
Andrea Potter
Amanda Purves


juniors
PEOPLE II








2008's got


TALENT


Cory Kempton has been
playing paintball for six years.
He definitely plans to pursue
a career in paintball and has
won many tournaments with
his team.


James Suggs has won
countless awards for his
drawing ability. He enjoys
realistic pencil drawing and
wants to pursue a career in art
involving tattooing or comics.


Walade Wade has only been
playing basketball for a short
time and is naturally talented
He isn't sure what career he's
going to pursue, but basketball
is not out of the question.


Thomas Janson has been
singing for most of his life. He
especially enjoys singing in
his church choir and has won
multiple superior ratings during
district and state competitions.


J.C. Ratliff
Gary Rawls
Tirsa Rogers
Leon Rowe
Sofia Royce




Dellora Rushing
Eric Rustemier
Matthew Scian
Teresa Sealey
Lexley Shelton




Rebecca Shuping
Mary Silvers
Colin Spears
Ryan Specie
Robon Starling




Tommy Starr
James Suggs
Kaitlyn Sullivan
D.J. Taylor
Austin Thomas


SjunEior
W PEOPLE








Who's Who?


Despite their physical and genetic simi-
larities, Jarad and Zach's personalities
differ greatly.
While both brothers play football, in the
spring Zach chooses lacrosse while Jarad
sticks to America's pasttime, baseball.
Zach plays video games of the military and
sports genre in his spare time; Jarad occu-
pies himself by listening to rap.


BACK TO BACK: Until
Jarad grew out his hair,
only those who knew the
Dorsey twins very well
could tell them apart. In
other words, these two
make up one of a few sets
of identical twins here.





Zach is two minutes older and MUCH
more outspoken. Jarad is only loud around
people he knows and greatly enjoys sit-
ting around the table with his family during
Thanksgiving.
Zach is a dog guy, Jarad is a cat guy.
Zach loves M&Ms and shuns Skittles,
whereas Jared loves Skittles and shuns
M&Ms... and the list goes on!





Andrew Treweek
Nickolus Turner
Dione Tyson
Victoria Van Arnam
Walade Wade




Shayla Wallace
Elliott Welker
Alexi Wilcox
Ui' Stephanie-R6 Williams
Cody Wilson


junors
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class of 2009


SO PH O M O R ES FOOLIN' AROUND: Michael Harmon. Tim Kearl,
. ,. ,. ... -'A 1-L- L -. .. .I,


W hat is it like being a sophomore? That's
a question that is difficult to answer.
Sophomore year doesn't have the same
effect on students as starting high school
freshman year.
Some students expressed their feelings
about how being a sophomore this year was
different from being a freshman.
"You can finally look back at the year
below you and say, 'Now wait until you go
through what I had to go through!"' said
Sam Lawson.
Another student, Brittney Kelly, said she
thinks that sophomores had more opportu-
nities than freshmen did.
Being a sophomore means being one
year closer to finally going out into the world
and deciding what you want to be. Students
started finding out which activities-such as
the arts, sports or academics-they wanted
to pursue until graduation.
Sophomores also got to experience
more freedom, such as by getting a driver's
license. This year was about having fun with
friends and making new memories while
learning more about who you are and who
you want to be.


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"Coming to a new
school where I'm not the
'little one' anymore is
great! Everyone is really
entertaining.'
Meredith Rodgers


I I -


"I love this school due
to the fact that every-
one is very loving and
caring for each other."
Claudia Garcia












KEEPING' ON TRACK:
Sam Lawson studies on
his laptop during lunch.


I I AIt
TREASURE HUNT: Friends Janea Taylor and
Crystal Lucas look through each other's purses.
LOVING THE CAMERA: Best friends Brittney Kelly
and Shae Powers say being a sophomore is "so
much more fun" than last year.


sophomores
PEOPLE I I


sophomores
E I- PEOPLE














Spencer Alfson
Oriana Alvarez
Jennifer Aranda Cordero
Karli Bailey
Andrew Barton




Matthew Bass
James Brigman
Ambreshia Brown
Renard Bryant
Elizabeth Buckhalter




Aaron Buffenmyer
Briana Buie
Kimberly Bullard
Byron Burdette
Chelsea Caro




Clayton Carodine
Carlos Castillo
Kathleen Cerjan
Kyle Chacon
Kandace Clifton




Thomas Cochran
Zach Cook
Shae Cothran
Justin Cummings
Katherine David




Andrew Delker
Joey Dileo
Kimberly Dobbins
Thomas Dow
April Durant


Sh sophomores
S- PEOPLE














Andrew Emmons
Kamaria Faucher-Mutima
Liam Fitzgerald
Claudia Garcia
Autis Gibson




Laban Goolsby
Daniel Gras
Jefferson Griebel
Ryan Grimes
Vincent Hampton




Michael Harmon
Shae Hasson
Arianne Hedley
Miranda Heflin
Alicia Hernandez




Cassidy Hinson
D.A. Hinton
Connor Hogan
Christa Holloway
John Horter




Justin Ingle
Amy Jackson
Kamize Johnson
Michael Johnson
Elizabeth Jordan




Tim Kearl
Brittney Kelly
Benjamin King
Samantha Kitchens
Faith Lansberry


sophomores 6r
PEOPLE I I














Daniel Latour
Samuel Lawson
Julia Leavy
Michael Lesousky
Courtney Lindsey




Crystal Lucas
Errol Lucas
Samantha Lussier
Iva Margjoni
Brent Markham




Ashley Maxwell
Gabriela McLeskey
Anna Melendez
Casey Miller
Ryan Morgan




Jasmine O'Neal
Anderson Oliva
Evan Osgood
Alex Otero
Amanda Palmer




Carson Pennypacker
Tyler Peterson
Rachel Piper
Charles Poindexter
Britton Pollitt




Darrell Pons
Shae Powers
Sean Richardson
Karina Rivera
Meredith Rodgers


SSOphoimores
ED- PEOPLE














Elena Sapozhnikova
Bryan Shaara
Eric Shade
Ja'Kya Sheppard
Coleen Sherman




Alex Sims
Erika Stuckman
Cristina Suarez
Kyle Suggs
Leah Tenbieg




Alex Theodore
Kirstie Thomas
Tracy Tolbert
Alejandro Torroella
Niels Troedsson




Erin Voss
Matthew Wade
lain Wallace
Emily Walsh
Amanda Ward




Dean Ward
Cassandra Watkins
Ashley Welcome
Daniel Whitehurst
Erica Wiggins












sophomores
PEOPLE




































SHOWING SPIRIT: Brandon
Boothby, Cooper McNiel, Thomas
Burns, Justin Broiles. Samuel
Gustafson, Michael Andrews and
Cody Dow enjoy the Homecoming
Parade while sporting their spirit.


The freshman year of high school
can be the most frustrating and
stressful year.
Many people have common mis-
conceptions about it; others have
fears about it, and most are just ex-
cited to be out of middle school and
into "the big leagues."
"Well, first off, sweetie, middle
school was so boring and you have
more freedom in high school, and
yes, the classes are much harder,"
said Hillary Scott. "You have a lot
more work and harder tests and
quizzes. Plus, you can't turn in late
work."
Other students who were in-
volved in sports, such as Kai Sim-
mons, had a similar view regarding
sports and academics.


"It's hard at times because erif
will be some big projects and yoL
have to go practice, but other thar
that it's easy," Simmons said.
Some students who have been
here since kindergarten, sucl ai
Sarah Gerard, had this to say: "It's
amazing being a lifer because you
grow up with your best friends ana
you get to share the experiences do
when you were little. Transition from
middle school to high school isn'
that different because you know
everybody since it's such a smal
school."
Overall, freshman year is an in
teresting transition. The work get;
harder, students have more free.
dom, and it's another step toward
the long-awaited graduation day.


PEOPLE


Er-freshmen













Alex Acosta
Dylan Allen
Michael Andrews
Tiffany Banner
Jessica Bastien




Will Bennett
Erin Blackburn
Michelle Blackwell
Justin Bloom
Joseph Bolinao




Jaterra Bonds
Brandon Boothby
Hayden Brasher
Calli Breil
Kaitlin Brennan




Justin Broiles
Danielle Brooks
Ryan Brown
Thomas Burns
Clyde Byrd




Lindsey Cable
Megan Calton
Lani Caraballo
Allison Cattafesta
Kevin Cerjan


Ryan Chacon
Coyia Chandler
Ashlee Crockrell
Michael Dardis
Darryl Davis


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-- PEOPLE














Matthew Dodd
Michael Dolan
Cody Dow
Annamaria Dvorak
Kayleigh Estes




Seun Fayiga
Jessica Feagle
Gisela Fernandez
Kevin Fitz
Daphne Flournoy




Jessica Gale
Sean Gannon
Sarah Gerard
Hailey Goetz
Cristobal Gonzalez




Brandon Gordon
Austin Graham
Athena Gravois
Kayla Griffin
Samuel Gustafson




Farris Hasan
Sean Hauzer
Benjamin Hawkins
Megan Hawkins
Lucas Heacock




Brittany Hendrix
Carlon Hunt
Andrew Ingram
Maren Janson
Benjamin Jernigan


freshmen
PEOPLE I














Rasheedah Johnson
Kendall Jones
Megan Jones
Troy Kearney
Christopher Krpan




Brandon Lovvorn
Tiara Luckie
Tyler Martensen
Ivan Martinez
Tiebout McCrea




Cooper McNiel
DaNelle McPhadden
Alexander Melendez
Jeffrey Mervau
Harold Mikolaitis




Emily Milam
Ben Mullins
Sean Murphy
Kelsi Norton
Megan Olitsky




Samantha Palmer
Jarrod Pate
Joseph Pauly
Emmanuel Payne
Maurice Perry




Tahlia Pollitt
Talorean Potter
Zachary Poulos
Patrice Powers
Shelby Ptacek


I freshmen
68 PEOPLE













Megan Purves
Meghan Roberts
Glen Robinson
Paul Rye
Hillary Scott




Dylan Sealey
Jordan Shannon
Andrew Sherman
Kai Simmons
Dylan Sprague




Suzanna Sprague
Roxsan Starling
Kailee Stroud
Taylor Sullivan
Nakiya Sutton




Hank Tobener
Courtney Treweek
William Trimble
Irene Villanueva
Bianca Walker




Laura Warner
Lamont Watson
Megan Weber
Ladreeka Welch-Joiner
Georgette Wells












freshmen
PEOPLE






class of 2011


EIGHTH GRADE


What do you


think


about entering high

school next year?


THE BLOB: Tempra Arroyo enjoys the tradition of visiting
Camp Kulaqua as she jumps off "The Blob." Every eighth
grader had the chance to embrace this experience.


"Well, of course, we
will have a lot more
work."
Brittany Presley


"We will be only
four years from
graduating! "
Rachael Fitz


"More freedom,
more advantages!"
Tyler Hagin


"More drama,
more excitement,
more everything."
- Tyler Ledvina


RICHARD PRYOR, BACK IN SCHOOL: An eighth grade
student strikes an unmatchable pose. Ronald Foxx, a mem-
ber of the undefeated Blue Wave middle school football
team, shared his thoughts on entering high school. "I think
there will be a lot more work and a lot more essays. The
teachers are going to be a lot more strict on assignments,
but I think it will be straight."


HANGIN' OUT: Tiffany Landers
and Sarah Lynch share a moment
at lunch.


Doube the trouble, double the fun

;S QC aitlin and Lindsey Keo-
hane share a bond, but
they have a competitive edge
in the classroom as well as
on the court or field.
These sisters are the only
twins in eighth grade and the
.'I only twins on the volleyball
and soccer teams. Many re-
fer to them as Ryan's sisters.
(Their brother Ryan gradu-
ated in 2005.)
"It's annoying some-
times, but we're used to it,"
said the girls, who are often
confused for each other in
TWINS: Caitlin and Lindsey Keohane are one of confused for each other
PK.'s few sets of idenical twins. It's hard telling sporting events by coaches
them apart if you don't know them personally. and spectators. "No matter
what, we always make each
other work harder."


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Tempra Arroyo
Taylor Asbell
Philip Atkinson
Alexandria Avera
Jamie Bailey




Cory Barnes
Michael Barton
Maelee Baxter
Mariah Berry
Jacquise Bivens




Janelle Broiles
Carl Brown
Morgan Brown
Chase Calvert
Ivi Crawford




Mieshko Debicki
Kandice Dixon
Caitlin Doak
Sean Duffy
Jamie Dunnell




Daniel Dvorak
Miles Eaton
Sean Eccles
Samantha Eller
Brian Eppes




Toni Feely
Rachael Fitz
Jasmyne Flournoy
Cedric Forson
Dean Foster


I I egth grade
I PEOPLE













Ronald Foxx
Sergio Galindo-Hamsho
Briana Geveshausen
Leland Greene
Raven Griffin




Trey Griseck
Tyler Hagin
Joel Hall
Rashad Harding
Caitlin Hare




Jenell Hartley-Cook
Maggie He
Jacob Heflin
Benjamin Hodges
Kelly Honeycutt




Ajay Hunt
Danielle Jenkins
Naudia Jones
Ashley Kearson
Caitlin Keohane




Lindsey Keohane
Karina Kolb
Manuel Kurki-Fox
Tiffany Landers
Rebecca Larose




Victoria Lawrence
James Ledvina
Joel Lee
Tomm Lovett
Sara Lynch


eighth grade I
PEOPLE














Cason Lyons
Ben Machnik
Todd Martin
Dinah Mason
Robby McLeskey


Mark Milam
Jelecia Milton
Gaby Mioton
Christopher Murphy
Julia Neal




Kelsey Pederson
Ellie Portillo
Alexis Potter
Veronica Prem-Das
Brittany Presley




Mary Ellen Rankeillor
Brandii Ratliff
Joshua Rawls
Raleigh Rebstock
Sydney Reed




Benjamin Rocha
Charity Rowe
Bridget Rustemier
Monica Santiago
Trevarris Saulsberry




Caelum Schandle
Alysia Scott
Billy Silva
Kylee Skidmore
Jackson Smith


I eighth grade
I I PEOPLE


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"By studying a
whole lot."
Maggie He







"By studying and
not getting written
up a lot."
Cason Lyons


How do

you plan

to prepare for

high school?


"By studying harder
and by behaving
more."
Devin Wilson






"By doing well on ex-
ams and the FCAT so I
can have more oppor-
tunities for classes next
year."
Jordan Williams


Dalton Stevens
Alicia Stevenson
Joshua Stewart
Erin Suggs
Dean Thomason




Lee Townsend
Tomas Tricallota
Omali Tyson
Nick Valletta
Jasmine Van Hamersveld




William Vineyard
Carmen Walker
Robin Waters
Jazzlynn Watson
Sarah Watson




Cyarah Welch
Collyn Welsch
Jordan Williams
Ariel Wilson
Devin Wilson


eighth grade ,,
PEOPLE


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class of 2012


SEVENTH GRADE

Being in seventh grade has its ups and downs.
You're not on the bottom of the food chain, but
you're not on the top either. You have managed
to escape the wrath of Mr. Steele and his science
class, only to run right into the iron fist of Mrs. Weller
for math.
One thrill included with being a seventh grader
was Puc Puggy Day. This is a day when students
get to go back in time and live like their ancestors
did (in the days before video games and refrigera-
tors). "You get to live in the past for a day. It's a re-
ally exciting experience," said Bunmi Fayiga.
The Class of 2012 cooked their own food over
an open fire they started with two pieces of flint, put
on a reenactment for the elementary school, and
played a very old-school version of lacrosse, all in
costume. Talk about a good time!
The teachers were very tolerant and under-
standing of the amount of energy these guys have
to suppress every day. The seventh grade English
teacher, Greg Cunningham (who indulges his stu-
dents with Puc Puggy Day), when asked why he
teaches seventh grade, responded: "Someone has
to love them."
Cunningham received very fond responses from
his students. "We have much better teachers this
year ... and a lot more homework," said Gregorio
Suarez.
The seventh grade experience is what you make
of it. Excited about taking one big step and being
back on top and unsure of the possibility of taking
high-school level courses, seventh grade is one big
challenge. This year, the Class of 2012 was ready
to make the most of it, driving their teachers insane
along the way!


MY OPINION: "I like seventh
grade. It's nice having lockers this
year. The work may be harder,
but overall this is better than last
year," said Zachary Aaronson.


SMILE! These seventh graders are all
smiles at lunch. Front: Sam Bailey, Cam-
eron Hellstrom, Travis Gilbert, Anthony
Hutchinson. Middle: Taylor Roberts. Back:
Pierce Skidmore, Riley Fulton, Brandon
Pointdexter, Julie Boe, Jeanne Landry.





Check out the wins


THE BARWICK
BROTHERS: Kevin
and Justin are fraternal
twins. "It's annoying
sometimes," said Kevin.
"I think it's pretty cool.
There aren't many other
twins out there," said
Justin.


._
ABOUT THAT: "There CONCENTRATE:
LADIES MAN: Nick Cattafesta is a lot that I like about Christian Galvez works
is a real ladies man among the seventh grade. I really in English class. Most of
Class of 2012. He doesn't seem like the band. It's a lot of the Class of 2012 agreed
to mind. fun," said Alexander that the work was much
McCaffrey. harder this year.


THE LANDERS
BROTHERS: Justin and
Josh are fraternal twins.
"I find it funny that I'm
14 minutes younger, but
I'm twice his size," said
Justin. "It's nice having
a twin. You always have
someone to hang out
with," said Josh.


WORKING' HARD: Evan
Cowles works diligently
in Mrs. Weller's class.
She was one of those
teachers that never gave
her kids a break.


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PEOPLE









"They expect
more from us in
the middle, and
school is much
harder."
Cody Dupuis




"There is always
that one teacher
who gives
homework."
Bryan Taylor


How does

it feel to be

in the middle?


"In the middle
of the middle is the
hardest."
Christina Estevez






"More freedom th n
sixth grade."
Jordan B )wn


Zachary Aaronson
Charmian Akins
Brad Alfonso
Aariel Allen
Gentry Allen




Emah Arthur
Zachary Ayala
Samuel Bailey
Barry Banks
Justin Barwick




Kevin Barwick
Rikki Baynard
Ashleigh Beatty
Josephus Bell
Julienne Boe




Derek Bolser
Maureen Brennan
Jordan Brown
William Brown
Naomi Castro


Seventh grade
I I PEOPLE














Nicholas Cattafesta
Alexander Collins
Savannah Cosenza
Evan Cowles
Evan Cunningham




Gregory Dana
Erika Daugherty
David Daza
Paolo Jose Del Castillo
Ryan Dixon




David Dolan
Timothy Dorman
Cody Dupuis
Shelby Eller
Christina Estevez




Oluwabunmi Fayiga
Blanca Fernandez
Celina Flocks Monaghan
Lily Fortich
Riley Fulton




Christian Galvez
Nancy George
Travis Gilbert
Andrew Gillis
Rebecca Glessing




Nataja Hall
William Hardaway
Hakeem Hasan
Austin Hayes
Shelby Heflin


seventh grade
PEOPLE I













Eloise Hooker
Anthony Hutchinson
Jocelyn Ivey
Kadeidra Jackson
Ashley Jamerson




Domonique Jenkins
Bobby Jones
Natalie Jones
Jenna Kempton
Amanda Krpan




Joshua Landers
Justin Landers
Jeanne Landry
Tyler Lattimore
Caroline Lesousky




Carolyn Lloyd
Anthony Lopez
Evan Lowe
Kevin Lussier
Nathalie Maysonet-Gonzalez




Alexander McCaffrey
William McCrea
Kelli McGill
Allison Mervau
Alexandrea Morrow





Kerrin Mosley
Samuel Mullins
Taylor Nelson
Steve Njeru
Eric Otero


Seventh grade
EI PEOPLE













Kaylie Padgett
Ana Pak
Alice Pauly
Brandon Poindexter
Kayla Porter




Andrea Powers
Merritt Robbins
Taylor Roberts
Larry Robinson
Silvia Rueda




Tyler Sanford
Montana Sewell
Candace Sheridan
Pierce Skidmore
Shannon Specie




Kelvin Stevenson
Gregorio Suarez
Bryan Taylor
Arthur Thompson
Tamara Tobener




Derek Vail
Kayla Waldorff
Drew Ward
Sarah Waters
Shanice Welcome












seventh grade I
PEOPLE I I







c ass of 2013

SIXTH GRADE


Emerging from the top of elementary
school ranks, the Class of 2013 reached
the bottom of the middle school.
As sixth graders they no longer must
patrol the hallways or move along in lines.
They now boast the freedom to roam to their
classes freely and independently much like
they will one day do in high school.
Kristen Washington enjoys the freedom
she gets as a sixth grader. "I really like all my
teachers. I have a lot more responsibilities
but it's still fun," she said.
They sit in class wound up with energy,
still grasping on to the realization that they
no longer have recess but tons of work to
do. These little bundles of energy take their
chances by horseplaying in the halls hoping
they won't get caught by Dr. Froman.
Soon moving on to the center of middle
school, these kids will mature, be apprecia-
tive and embrace the years to come with
the P.K. family.


DELIBERATING DINERS: Kirsten Washington, Alli
Mathews and Garret Westlake spend their lunch time hang-
ing out and deliberating over which class is their favorite.


what's the best thing
about sixth grade?


"Having pizza for lunch "Going anywhere at
all the time." lunch."
Ethan Williams Aidan Kelliher


A TIME FOR EVERYTHING: Joshua Johnson and Van Turner
believe there is a time for joking and a time to be serious.


SIMILAR SIBLINGS: Twins Danyell and Da-
vid Byrd are happy to have the same birthday.
SITTING STILL: Dylan Casacci, Je'rod
Sheppard, Sir Jackson and Keith Kelsey wait
patiently for the Homecoming Parade.


Ei PEOPLE


TEACHING THE EAGER: English teacher Betsy
Creveling and Crystal Waters enjoy each other's
company. "The best aspect of these sixth graders is
that they are eager to learn," Creveling said.


Txth grade J,
PEOPLE 1 I













Alex Akridge
Imari Allen
Kailyn Allen
Erica Alvarez
Eva Aranda




Corey Arthur
Trevor Baldwin
Dylan Batlle
Alena Baxter
Haileigh Beckham




Janta Bell
Sean Biles
Michaela Borsa
Taylor Bourg
Taylor Bowden




Shanna Breil
Madison Brown
Palmer Brown
Zeb Buffenmyer
Danyell Byrd




David Byrd
Juliana Carrillo
Dylan Casacci
Monica Cash
Julie Castillo




Natalia Castillo
Demetrius Chapman
Winston Cunningham
Gina Davis
Cooper Devane-Prugh


I sixth grade
E4I- PEOPLE














Celino Diaz
Elise Falck
Benjamin Feely
Blythe Ferguson
D'Karas Fields




Erin Ford
Benjamin Foster
Ronan Galvez
Eric Garard
Deanna Garcia




De'Neishia Garner
Walter George
Gianna Gillispie
Alexandria Guinyard
Samuel Hardin




Ali Harris
Darius Hawkins
Conor Heatherman
Prince Hinson
Kimber Hoyt




Megan Hoyt
Abrianna Jackson
Sir Jackson
Jeremy Johnson
Joshua Johnson




Sam Johnson
Sean Kamhoot
Chelsea Kanuckel
Aidan Kelliher
Keith Kelsey


sixth grade g
PEOPLE I I














Jessica Kidd
Sebastian Kraft-Owens
Austin Landis
Jordan Lewis
James Lightner




Pajeria Littles
Raphael Liana
Brianne Lovvorn
M'Kayla Lumpkins
Alexys Mandrell




Marcell Manning
Allison Mathews
Shelby Mathis
Emma Merritt
Zachary Nations




Katie O'Dell
Monica O'Hearn
Sophie Pallack
Danielle Petree
Delvin Rahynes




Thomas Ream
Brittany Rossie
Kenneth Schiffbauer
Je'Rod Sheppard
Colin Smith




Ella Spelman
Terry Stroud
Erin Sullivan
Adanna Thompson
Christopher Tonner


Sixth grade
I PEOPLE









"It is fun and you
also get to do a
lot of stuff."
- Jordan Lewis






"I like all the
stuff that goes
on, including the
drama."
- Taylor Bowden


What do you

like about

starting middle

school?


"It is interesting be-
cause no one knows
what they want to do."
Shanna Breil






"Sixth grade allows
me to be more inde-
pendent."
Raphael Liana


Erik Torres
Valerie Torres-Rosario
Van Turner
Matthew Van Arnam
Kaleigh Wasdin




Kirsten Washington
Crystal Waters
Nathaniel Watson
Imani West
Garrett Westlake




Taylor White
Megan Whitehurst
Evan Wilder
Ethan Williams
Jacqkenia Williams











sxt:n grade
PEOPLE 1







mrs, cough's class


FIFTH GRADE


PLAYING THE GAME: Despite the zip line being out of
commission, it is still one of the coolest spots on the play-
ground. Kids from all the fifth-grade classes hang out.




Jacob Aaronson
Sequoia Cervone-Buzzella
Haden Dausch
Tomasz Debicki



Johanna Del Castillo
Hannah Dogru
Patrick Dykstra
Napria Ellis
Michaela Farmer



Diego Fisher
Marqui Goodley
Mariah Hellstrom
Dalyn Jones
Tabitha Landers



Whitney Mendez
Rafaela Pelegrina
Kayla Simmons
Brandon Vanderschoot
Derek Ward


IMrs crucxgh
PEOPLE


BRIDGES: Dawna Clough with her fifth grade class.


fifth grade class







mr kirby's class


FIFTH GRADE


M n. ,U TIEAGHINU TOMORROW'5 YOUTH: Intern nnhris Ammon
THE FUTURE OF MIDDLE SCHOOL: Cary Kirby with his sits with a few students to discuss the day's lessons. The
fifth grade class. girls hung on to his every word.


Logan Bennett
Edward Bonahue
SJamie Buckhalter
' Jory Garrido


Josh Mauk
Jarrod Mayberry
Corina McBride
Paige Nelson
Jenna Niblack
Kevin Otero


Juliahna Robbins
Taylor Sanford
Savannah Scarborough
Courtney Stephens
Darilyn Williams
Cray Winfrey


mr kirbys fifth grade class
PEOPLE







mrs, pennypacker-vogt's class


FIFTH GRADE


MONKEYING AROUND: The life of a patrol is a hard one,
and recess is their time to let their hair down, relax and just
hang around with friends. On the new playground, children
of all ages run, climb and play to pass the time.


CLASS PHOTO: Ashley Pennypacker-Vogt with her fourth
grade class.


Molly Bailey
Holly Brennan
Corey Buie -
Matthew Clegg ,,d


Matthew Craig
Hunter Eskew
Alexander Fethiere
Angelica Forson
Thomas Fraleigh ,


Brianna Fried
Madison Graham
Craig Joiner
Taylor Knight
Andrew Martin
Kalen McGill


George Mikolaitis
Bennit Miller
Ashley Monk
Marta Olmos
Kelsey Saulsberry
Kiah Turner


L w' ..4?


I mrs pennypacker-
E I- PEOPLE


)gt's four-i-h grade class







ms, adimoolah's class


FOURTH GRADE


FUNNY FACE: The students practice making faces.


CLASS PHOTO: Amanda Adimoolah with her fourth grade
class.


DeArta Anderson-Moody
MacKenzie Ashley
Amanda Barwick
Laura Bennett


Alexandria Carrasquillo
Kayla Crawford
Ellis Cunningham
Spencer Dixon
Dominique Erney



Megan Gutierrez
Sierra Holsbeke
Clayton Litzkow
Sean Lynch
Autumn Myers



Blair Nembhard
Jackson Sears
Nicholas Simmons
Jordon Wells
Malerie Whitehurst


ms admoolah's fourth grade class
PEOPLE -







mr rescue's cass


FOURTH GRADE


ALL SMILES: Darius Green smiles for a quick picture while
working on his group project.


CLASS PHOTO: Adam Escue with his fourth grade class.


Milena Cosenza
Brianna Crews
Ricardo Echeverria
Brandon English
Carmen Fernandez r-


Sebastian Galindo-Hamsho
Emily Garcia
Tyler Gillett
Darius Green
Richman Griffin
Carlton Litzkow


Austin Mitchell
James O'Dell
Christan Perry
Monique Santiago
Fletcher Simmons
Sophia Vanderschoot


Imr e cue's four h grade class
I-PEOPLE







ms, mueller's class


FOURTH GRADE


BRIGHT FUTURE: Kiarah Mallory listens to Ms. Mueller's
CLASS PHOTO: Sarah Mueller with her fourth grade class. teaching. The class paid good attention to Ms. Mueller.


Alexis Akridge
Miranda Clark
Riley Delucas
Guillermo Gonzalez-Recci


I -~


Kiarah Mallory
Brenda Medrano
Dominique Nobles
Clair Norden
Andrew Rocha
Obed Santana-Rivera


Sterling Simmons
Heitor Tremura
Austin White
Kayla Williams
Adeyemi Young
John Zoltek


ms. mueller's fourth grade class
PEOPLE I i







mrs, ramirez's class


THIRD GRADE


UPSIDE DOWN: Taylor Vinson enjoys her recess time on
the monkey bars:


CLASS PHOTO: Marisa Ramirez with her third grade class.


Desmond Littles
Nathaniel Nixon
Emily Smith-Pennell
Taylor Vinson
Breannica Williams
Victoria Williamson


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oi
10 ;a
00 I; i


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I rrs ramrrezs third grae class
-94 PEOPLE


I I I I I I I I


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mrs, smith's class


THIRD GRADE


,ill X SMILING SWEETLY: Jackson May pauses on the play-
CLASS PHOTO: Danielle Smith with her third grade class, ground. Jackson was in the P.K. production of Holiday Sou-
venirs last year and loves the stage!


Destini Johnson
Jami Mansolo
Jackson May
Darinelle Merced-Calderon
Uma Patel


Gabriel Pelegrina
Andrew Robinson
Katherine Vazquez
Alyona Wade
Jac'Cara Walker
Lydia Young


mrs smith's third grade class
PEOPLE I







mr steffens' class


THIRD GRADE


RECESS: "I love recess time because I get to play with my L
friends and slide down the slide," said Mariana Bolser. "It is CLASS PHOTO: Bill Steffens with his third grade class
my favorite part of the day!"





Cameron Barnes
Marina Bolser
Tyler Daniels




Anthony Echeverria
Jesse Ferguson
Robin Foote
Megan Hewitt



Lillian Jones
D.L. Luckie
Hunter Manucy
Joseph Meert
Emma Olmos ..--


Nicolas Pelegrina
Nikkia Robinson
Stephen Tucker
Maya Walker
Taylor White r
Trai Williams m 'A


mr steffens- thrd grade class
I PEOPLE






ms, basford's class


SECOND GRADE


[A WE SO RAW: Thomas Arteaga, George MacDonald and
CLASS PHOTO: Lacy Basford with her second grade class. Troy Beckham clown around during recess.


Austin Morrow
Sarah Scarborough
Sierra Scott
Sabrina Sullivan
Andrew Thomas
Briana Weller


ms. basfords second grade class
PEOPLE --I







ms. blowers' class


SECOND GRADE


WAITING AROUND: The class stood waiting for their trip
back to class.


CLASS PHOTO: Heather Blowers with her second gn ders.


JUST STANDING: Four students
stand hypnotized by the outdoors.


Fernando Fernandez
Anthony Gutierrez
Neil Hare
Adam Maxwell
Morgen Mincey
Caleb Morrow


Taylor Padgett
Caroline Perry
Joshua Thomas
Tiffany Torres-Rosario
Genesis Zambrano
Jacob Zoltek L -:a


SE r ms blowers' second grade cass
I I-PEOPLE







ms, mccoy's class


SECOND GRADE


SILLY GOOSE: Ms. McCoy's class poses goofily.


CLASS PHOTO: Sue McCoy's second grade class.


SIT AND LISTEN: The class lis-
tens to Ms. McCoy's educational
lecture.


Parker Gillett
Marcela Ifju
Kailya Jackson
Alyssa King
Richard Knight
Nina Kraft-Owens


Thomas Llinas
Tayler Mark
Joshua Natividad
Tavian Nembhard
Jaylen Richardson
Cailynn Saulsberry


ms mccoy's second grade class
PEOPLE I







mrs, dolan's class


FIRST GRADE


TEAMWORK: Mira Dhakal, Loren Castillo and Drew Outcalt -
work on a project together. They work hard while still having CLASS PHOTO: Kelly Dolan with her first grade class
fun.





Bryce Baynard
Loren Castillo
Jonathan Colon



Blake Cox
Mira Dhakal
Riley Holloway
J6mm Hostetler



Jocelyn Mayberry
Mason Mitchell
Makenzie Mott
Samantha Munroe
Austin Neal


Drew Outcalt
Camden Powers
Oona Roberts
Brandon Sears
Jayda Teasley
Anna Williams


mrs dolan's first grade class
El- PEOPLE






ms, flavin's class

FIRST GRADE


ICLASS PHOTO: Angela Flavin with her first grade class.


HARD WORK PAYS OFF: Laksmi Arroyo works on a math
worksheet during class. She knows that staying on task will
help her learn more.


Katherine Robinson
Dyani Sheppard
Daniel Smith
Veron Van Arnam
Aviana Williams
Diego Zambrano


ms. flavin's first grade class
PEOPLE 1 I







ms, sperring's class


FIRST GRADE


R-4^H


WHAT'S THAT? Daniel Clark pays attention to Ms. Sper-
ring while she teaches a lesson. Paying attention will help
him learn the material he needs to know.


CLASS PHOTO: Don Dodge and Anna Sperring with t e
first grade class.


Kaelynn Ayala
Leila Bakr
Jack Broling L', &


Darielis Merced-Calderon
Emeline Nuri-Prugh
Taylor Saunders
DeLana Sowell
Rodrigo Tremura
Annalisa Tumlin


I rms soerring's first grade class
j-- I PEOPLE







ims. cox's class


KINDERGARTEN




kLVA


CLEAN: McKayla Kolb washes her hands before nap time.


CLASS PHOTO: Jill Cox with her kindergarten class.


Olivia McNeill
Kyle Moore
Dalton Smith
Emerald Sullivan
Zane Vesper
Andres Villanueva


ms cox's kindergarten class
PEOPLE --







ms, donnelly's class


KINDERGARTEN


WATCH THIS: The students really enjoy making silly faces.


CLASS PHOTO: Margie Donnelly with her kindergarteners.


Shane Kennard
Jacob King
Dave Mitchum
Cassandra Mollica
Jason Natividad


Birlen Nixon
Emily Richardson
Naomi Ross
Caleb Tumbleson
Sophia Vazquez


rs. donnelVs kindergarten class
EI -- PEOPLE







ms. johnson's class


KINDERGARTEN


CLASS PHOTO: Julie Johnson with her kindergarteners.


MAKE 'EM LAUGH: The kindergarteners sure know how to
brighten up your day with all of their creative faces.


Taylor Dupius
Ricardo Galindo-Hamsho
Christopher Garcia
Rose Holtzworth
Coleman Renaker


Julianna Teasley
Shrader Vickers
Sophia Walker
Gabrielle Welch
Israel Wilcox
Addie Wright


ms. johnson's kindergarten class
PEOPLE I I






fierce but friendly


FACULTY AND STAFF


MR. WONDERFUL:
Don Dodge climbs out of
the carnival dunk tank.


HAVE SOME CANDY: New 11th grade English teacher Eric HOW ABOUT THAT TICKET? Freshman Andrew
Lemstrom hands junior Tracy James a piece of candy. Stu- Sherman helps seventh grade math teacher Kristin
dents were rewarded for answering the daily SAT question. Weller collect tickets at the fall carnival.


Faculty and staff
IE- PEOPLE













Amanda Adimoolah
Thomas Anderson
Renee Andrews
Kelly Barrett
Teddi Bearman




Tom Beyer
Jim Bice
Heather Blowers
John Bourn
Angela Brammer




Kim Brown
Lawson Brown
Theda Buckley
Stephen Burgin
Penny Chou





Lisa Clemons
Dawna Clough
Jill Cox
Betsy Creveling
Greg Cunningham




Chris Davidson
Don Dodge
Kelly Dolan
Lauren Gibbs
Rose Gleichowski




Margie Donnelly
Adam Escue
Angela Flavin
Russ Froman
Mark Griseck


faculty and staff
PEOPLE I


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i".













Alisa Hanson
Carolyn Harrell
Stephanie Harrell
Pauline Hazan
Amy Hollinger




Randy Hollinger
Angela Holloway
David Holt
Susan Ireland
Julie Johnson




Griff Jones
Carmen King
Cindy King
Cary Kirby
Chris Lee




Eric Lemstrom
Linda Litzkow
Joe Locke
Mickey MacDonald
Sherwin Mackintosh




Molly McCoun
Sue McCoy
Sara Messina
Sarah Mueller
Amy Murphy




Janice Nelson
Valerie Otero
Dee Palmer
Marta Pollitt
Catherine Porter


Saculty and staff
I1 PEOPLE













SPhillip Porter
Willie Powers
Linda Preston
Betty Richardson
Kathy Robertson




Marisa Ramirez
Shirley Ann Scarabino
Jane Schmidt
Lakisha Scott
Randy Scott




Renee Simmons
Jake Seymour
Dianne Skye
\ Danielle Smith
Anna Sperring




Jere Steele
William Steffens
Mary Pat Stephan
vao iGail Stewart
Crystal Van Cleef




Fran Vandiver
Annette Villanueva
Sandra Villanueva
Wendy Warren
Gloria Weber







Kristin Weller
.. David Young
Andrea Zazo


faculty and siafi
PEOPLE








ACADEMICS


Whether students are taking phys-
ics, english or algebra, academics
are the reason we all come to school
day in and day out.
For seniors coming to school and
sitting through class, most of them by
the end of the day say in their minds,
"It's another day closer to when I grad-
uate and go off to college."
For the rest of the school, it's just a
physics regular day taking us closer to the end
of the year and that oh-so-anticipated
summer vacation and the opportunity
to relax away from school.
Yet, as we go through the days
114 leading to those events, we all must sit
through class and do what we do best,
learn.

hs. english





120
m.s, math





116
hs history


elementary

122


118





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PROCESSING: Senior RACING TIME: Sopho- TRAVEL: Sophomore
Myk Brown processes more Matt Wade races to Faith Lansberry works on
what he learned in class. finish his assignment, a Spanish assignment.


LAWS OF
GRAVITY:
Seniors Shan-
non Pollock and
Brittany Bas-
tien talk over a
worksheet with
physics teacher
Julie Brown.


.... -_ .

HELPING HAND: Sev-
enth graders Dan Rocha
and Zach Ayala team up.


IMAGINATION: Junior
James McGill reads a
book during English.







high school


MATHEMATICS










ON TASK: Junior Kelli
McCrery stays hard at
work while trying to
maintain her high grade
in trigonometry.

"A person who never made a mistake
never tried anything new," Abert Einstein-


"I like to raise students'
confidence about their
math abilities."
David Young,
algebra teacher








"I can't believe I'm in a
class with a bunch of
eighth graders."
Matt Wade,
sophomore



S11-- ACADEMICS


M any students this year said their math
class pushed them harder then they
had ever been pushed before. Despite this,
the teachers and the students still got along
well with each other.
Algebra II teacher Cindy King said one
of the things she liked most about teaching
the students this year was how they inter-
acted with each other while learning many
math skills.
"I get the most out of my teaching when
I see students really working together and
understanding math," said King.
Math classes have always prepared stu-
dents well for all standardized tests, like the
FCAT.
Even though most students dreaded the
tests and exams, they all agree that they
took away many good math skills for their
future.


CONCENTRATION: Senior Chris Caro listens intently dur-
ing trigonometry class. "I have to focus or else I won't get a
thing on the homework," said Chris.


ATTENTIVENESS: Diligent ninth
graders Jessica Gale and Hailey
Goetz work hard to keep up with the
fiendish pace of Catherine Porter's
Algebra I class.


INTERACTION: Geometry teacher Jim Bice helps
sophomore Cassidy Hinson learn the material during class.
Helping the students was one task the Bice-ster loved to do.


ACADEMICS I







hih school


FIRE IT UP: Chemistry teacher Stephen Burgin demon-
strates the reaction of magnesium and carbon dioxide. The
reaction produced a flame that was exciting for the class.


SCIENCE







OCEAN COMMOTION:
Seniors Heather Crocker,
Barbara Luong, For-
est Hayes and Juliana
Rendon experiment with
ocean currents. They
watched the currents as
the Mediterranean Sea
mixed with the Atlantic
Ocean.


"Sc-nce is organized knowledge.

Wisdom is organized life." Emmanuel Kant


KNOWLEDGE: Sopho-
mores Michael Lesousky -
and Ashley Maxwell take
notes. They worked hard
to keep up with Mrs.
Andrews and her discus-
sion of water biomes.


LENDING A HAND: Freshmen
Sean Murphy and Taylor Sullivan
work together to complete their
classwork. They studied hard to
learn about cellular respiration.


LIFE ON THE LINE: High school physics teacher Griff
Jones places his life in junior Chailes Hogan's hands. "I felt
excited that I had a chance to participate but I was scared
something would go wrong," Charles said.


"Marine Science is
a real fun class, it
has a lot of hands-
on experience."
Ginnie Mikell,
senior








"My favorite things
in earth and space
science are the
labs."
Dylan Sealey,
freshman


EI-- ACADEMICS


::ACA DEMICS








midclle school


MATH AND SCIENCE

LAPTOP LEARNERS: Ben Bell and Jourdan Brown lounge
around while completing the assignment they were given in
Mrs. Weller's seventh grade math class. I


"t requires a very unusual
the analysis of the obvious,


LIZARD LOVER: Conor Heatherman, sixth grade,
holds a Florida spiny lizard during a field trip to
Boulware Park.
ROLLIN' ALONG: Eighth graders Cedric Forson
and Taylor Asbell test mechanical energy in roller
coasters.


mind to undertake
- Alfred Whitehead


"Ms. Stewart makes
math a lot of fun."
- Chelsea Kanuckel,
sixth grade


"Mrs. Weller is a
very helpful teacher."
Andrea Powers,
seventh grade


Future Blue Wave stars are emerging bright and
shining as they prepare for rigorous high school
academics. Middle school math and science are
two of the most important subjects in the prepa-
ration for high school courses. The middle school
team includes a line-up of teachers with years of
experience such as Mrs. Weller, Ms. Harrell and
Ms. Leismer, who all prepare the middle school stu-
dents for high school math.
Teachers who prepare the students for high
school science through various studies are Mr.
Steele, Mr. Hollinger and Ms. Bearman. All of these
teachers come to school day in and day out with
one goal in mind: the goal of preparing their middle
school students for a successful high school ca-
reer.
From Mr. Steele's rocket demonstration, to Mr.
Hollinger's mitosis dance, or Ms. Bearman's roller
coaster set-up; these activities may seem easy and
childish, but they create a fun way for students to
learn.


COVER UP: Sixth grader Sam
Hardin covers his ears as Mr.
Steele launches the rockets.


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-ACADEMICS










MATH & SCIENCE


GATHERING OF THE MINDS: These three busy first
graders work together on their math journals. It was a very
relaxed atmosphere, but the students accomplished a lot.
I- ~ .' .- PIEq


FRIENDLY TEACHERS: First
graders Taylor Saunders and
Kaelynn Ayala take turns rolling
the dice and move their pieces
the number of spaces rolled.
This mathematics game was
very popular among fellow first
graders.


COUNTING
COUNSELOR:
Substitute teacher
Roberto Evans helps first
grader Delana Sowell
break down a difficult
math problem.


71
q ..

CRATER CREATIONS: While in the science lab, third
graders Maddle Bonahue and Malik Bakr work together to
measure the diameter of the crater created when a marble is
dropped from a height of 100 centimeters.


For the first half of the year, elementary
students were taught science by Dr. Griff
Jones, who was also the high school phys-
ics teacher. Jones left at the end of first se-
mester to run an honors science program at
the University of Florida. Julie Brown took
over mid-year and excelled in teaching both
the elementary science and physics. She in-
terned with Jones last year.
"It's wonderful working with the elemen-
tary students," Brown said. "They are so
eager to learn more about science. Learn-
ing science young promotes great learning
habits."
Brown stated that she was really im-
pressed at how the students came into the
lab knowing their math. The elementary
teachers tried to incorporate math with sci-
ence depending on the students' level.
The elementary mathematics curriculum
changed depending on the grade. Most of
the first graders learned addition and sub-
traction, while the fifth graders learned mul-
tiplication and division.


"I like math because
its always fun and
easy. Multiplication
is my favorite."
Matt Clegg,
fifth grader


"iviy Tavorne suD-
ject is science. I
love learning new
things."
Bailey Ledvina,
first grader


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ACADEMICS






high school


ENGLISH


ANALYZING: Fresh-
man Irene Villanueva
looks back at the board
to find out what the
next question is. Many
students described their
characters in depth dur-
ing this activity.

"Even if you do learn correct English, whom are


you gc ing to speak it to?"


"I think it's silly, people
saying I'm the senior
executive in the high
school English depart-
ment."
Jake Seymour,
English teacher


"Mr. Lemstrom is a great
teacher, great friend and
a great mentor."
Dre Maddox,
junior


Clarence Darrow


The high school English department came
on strong this year with three great new
teachers all with different backgrounds, re-
ally helping the students to learn about the
major focus of each English class.
Tom Beyer, the 12th grade English teach-
er and a huge Michigan football fan, was in
the Navy before coming to P.K.
Eric Lemstrom, the 11th grade English
teacher, taught at Interlachen before com-
ing to P.K.
"It is my favorite from all the other schools
I've taught at, and I feel like I can work well
with the people and get things done," Lem-
strom said.
Jane Schmidt, the tenth grade English
teacher, taught in Africa and Connecticut
before coming to P.K.
Freshman English teacher Jake Seymour
led the way with a year under his belt here.
With all the experience that has been
brought in this year in the English depart-
ment, they've developed a great team of
teachers for years to come.


CREATIVITY: Twelfth grade English teacher Tom Beyer's
creative writing students show off their brunches during
class. All year they had these meals, unlike most classes.


SEARCHING: Freshman Michelle
Blackwell looks for some informa-
tion on a character she is interested
in. Mr. Seymour's class challenged
students to find their own answers.


ACADEMICS -


--ACADEMICS




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