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STUDENTS INSIDE LOOKING

OUT
As the summer ended, students
anxiously anticipated the coming of
the new year. Even though no one
knew what to make of our trouble-
striken country, life went on as usual.
Sophomores frantically ran to and
from class. Juniors were mocking the
Sophomores, and Seniors were zeal-
ously defending the plaque like men
possessed.
But as the dust settled, it was easy
to see that this year, like all others
before it, would continue.












Kevin Steil, Paul Hurst,
and Mike Banasick are
looking out through
shaded glass.
Mr. Figueroa's class looks out from
their own angle.

Ms. Gardill's
class is looking
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LIFE AT B.H.S.


Friend or foe? Saber-rattling in Panama turns
sour and our administrators are forced to keep
750 U.S. refugees locked up in school. Feelings of
being trapped bring tensions within the school to
their peak, as numerous antics such as food fights
and jailbreaks spring from the turmoil. After four
hours of captivity, students are finally released
into a "safer" countryside.


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Neither rain, nor sleet, nor political un-
rest could stop the annual mecca to Cris-
tobal High School for the 1989 JAMBO-
REE. At the start of the week, the students
questioned whether or not the annual
JAMBOREE would actually take place.
Due to the fact that the political situation
in Panama was so turbulent, all hopes for
a spectacular JAMBOREE were nearly
shattered. With the help of the PDF and
the military police, the students were able
to have an incredibly awesome 1989 JAM-
BOREE! The Balboa Bulldogs defeat the
Curundu Cougars in the final showdown.


Axel Antongiorgi and Tradene Smith show
their spirit before the JAMBOREE.



The fans are cheering
on their favorite teams
at the Pep Rally.


Santos Cavazos is catch-
ing some Z's before the
long trip, while his bud-
dies reminisce.













































Flashing their gorgeous smiles, the JAMBOREE Princesses wave to everyone. They are as follows:
Kristine Stromberg, Devils; Lydia Garrido, Cougars; Lili Borsellino, Tigers; Leann McConaughey,
Red Machine; and Jennifer Ender, Bulldogs.


The lengthy convoy of buses finally reaches its destination, Cristobal High School.

























Shannon Winters, Torrey Gragg, Alan Matheney and Craig
Meyer are venturing out of the wilderness.


Top Ten Reasons For Skip- iK
ping School.
1. Recuperate from the
night before.
2. To escape from the mon-
itors. .
3. Me? Skip school? What's
that?
4. Peer Pressure. There's always a vendor on skip day.
5. Because there aren't
"Panama" breaks.
6. How can I go to school
on a day like this? (Every-
day)
7. Because Kristine does!!
8. Bored! ,
9. Why not? ';
10. Just to get away!


Ordering a pizza again James?


Making plans?


SKIPPING OUT






C.W.E.-COOPERATIVE

WORK EXPERIENCE


Tony Portela goes high tech in the graphics cen-
ter.


Cooperative Work Experience. Everyday, two
hours a day, loyal students joyfully trudge to
their part time non-paying jobs. They learn
about punctuality and responsibility through
these once in a lifetime opportunities. These
jobs consist of everything from working in the
library to monitoring the Administration Build-
ing Xerox machine. But students don't care be-
cause of the valuable work experience they
earn.


Kimberly Cooper is working diligently in the Curundu Jr. High School
nurse's office.


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Lieu Keller works with the newborns in the
infant room at Gorgas Hospital.
Ricardo Castro is displaying
signs of a professional busi-
nessman.








THE PARENTS'


ANGLE


Never has such a procession of parents
been seen before in our hallowed halls
here at B.H.S. Upon hearing of "Back to
School Night," parents flocked to B.H.S.
to see if they could separate fact from fic-
tion. Parents were seen roaming the halls,
arriving late, and even wandering into
bathrooms looking for long, lost classes.
We found out by the end of the night that
parents get lost faster than students. Al-
though the parents were interested in
what the teachers had to say, the main
attraction for them had to have been the
library, which contained about 600
doughnuts and five huge pots of coffee.
Over-all the 1989-1990 parent night here
at B.H.S. was "Most Excellent!"


The parents participate in an exper-
ience similar to the mad rush in the
cafeteria; An uncensored melee for
coffee.


Yearbooks are always a hot item, and par-
ents didn't hesitate to shell out their
$32.50 for this year's best seller.


Parents flirt with the real purpose of con-
trolled education socializing.
















"Let's Party!" This was the attitude of the Senior
Class of 1990 at the Senior Reception that was
held on September 16, 1989 at the Amador Offi-
cer's Club. The events that took place were danc-
ing, voting, and an unexpected Guys vs. Gals tack-
le football game. IT WAS A BLAST!


Marisol Anglada and Lelyes Reyes stop to
pose for a minute.


Natasha Barker and Santos
really here.


Cavazos wonder why they are


Louanne Pearson and Veronica Bleau stare
at what is suppose to be their lunch.


Pamela Thompson and Christopher Berrean enjoy the life of
luxury during the reception.


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JUST HANGING' OUT!!

A few of the big "men" of the campus
show their enthusiasm by "Just Hang-
1I ing Out!"







HALLOWEEN


When it comes to costumes, King Kong is a winner.


'89


Ana
Cooksey
portrays the
well known
joker.



Axel, just
stopping to
pick up
another
stock?


Here's James Jackson putting on his new out-
fit.

Mr. Waugh are you that excited about Hallow-
een?


Fond memories Mrs.
Sosa?


Karla Knox stops to
pose for a minute.




































Senior Princess Jackie Brogie escort-
ed by a friend Javier Velez.


Senior Prince Doug Hanning escorts
Princess Tradene Smith.


The Homecoming King of the Senior Class of 1990, Jermaine
Puryear, escorts his Queen Kimberly Thompson.


Free Tickets! Come two! Come all! Bring your armored tux! This
years' homecoming dance was sparsely attended due to unusual-
ly low spirits. Even in the face of adversity, couples, anxious to
attend the first major dance of the year, dressed up, purchased
the appropriate floral arrangements, and arrived in style. After
being roughly frisked by the eagerly awaiting military police, cou-
ples were given clearance to the high security dance floor, where
aggravated twosomes danced off their numerous aggressions. At
10:30, the new bewitching hour, the festivities magically ended.
The curfew rapidly approached for the 125 couples. What A Blast!









































Junior Prince Alan Matheney escorts
princess Jennifer Sweeney.


Sophomore Prince Sean Fitzgerald es-
corts princess Mayra Nieves.


Junior Prince Paul Hurst escorts prin-
cess Eileen Da Pena.


Sophomore Prince Jimmy Oakley es-
corts princess Jenny Navarro.








BALBOA HIGH LIFE


Early Grads Mei-Ling
Coon are bustin' out.


Lavecchia and Ryan


I thought the sun was outside?


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We're all here!


Natasha Barker finally finds
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Jay Jackson pondering on after graduation plans.


Friendship is great.


Ah, now this is what friendship is all about.

Balboa High Life
Life at BHS is like no other High School in the world. We have a wide variety of culture,
entertainment, and activities that we could never dream of having at a Tom, Dick, or Harry High
School. Here are a few brief snatches from A to Z of excitement that our quaint little Isthmus
has to offer: A for the autopista at 140 KM., B for beaches without medical sewage, C is for
causeway and cutting classes, D for drugs OOH! Stay away, E for enlisted soldiers for some of
us, F for fairs, hey, they're fun, G for Groucho Pub, our favorite hangout, H for hangover OUCH! I
for invasions, Gosh I'm sick of my house, J for Just Cause, or as Mrs. Alvarado would say "Just
Because", K for killer bees, be careful with those rocks, L is for Landcruisers, more stolen than
registered. M for magic, no more open bar. N for Noriega, later! O for observatory don't worry I
won't tell, P for Pacific, no waves! Q for Quayle, What's your name again?, R for race, as in
Cayucoing in a smelly little log across the Canal, S for SENIORS need I say more? T for traffic,
too much, U for Underclassmen #@!#@, V for Volkswagon older than the hills, W for WAR, is it
heck or is it ECHO? X for X marks the spot, what spot? We'll never know. Y for Yacht Club and
Yack, Z for Zonians, see ya nex year! So you see Panama isn't all that bad, so don't knock it until
you've tasted it from A to Z our style!






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Cayuco Race 1989! This is an annual event in which about
thirty-five cayucos paddle fifty miles from ocean to ocean.
The event lasts three days, but the practicing starts months
before. It is a sport that takes, strength and endurance, but
also patience and time, lots of time!


The victory of the 1989 Cayuco Race
belonged to the crew of the Utmost!


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Christmas is coming. The goose is
getting fat. Please stop placing bomb
scares in the class of 90's lap! Typical
of the recent situation in Panama, a ter-
rorist threat was allowed to stymic the
1989 Winter Formal. The assumption
was that it would have been too much
trouble to sweep the cafetorium before
the dance. After the first hour of festivi-
ties, the dance had a rather abrupt end-
ing. The court was crowned in front of
the main office in Corundu Junior High
School at 10:00 p.m. with a rather sub-
dued audience of about twenty-five
people.


The Winter Formal Court of 1989 is follows Lisa Goodwin, Luis Cantu, Zenia Neeley, Che Buval, Mei-Ling Lavechia, Kristine
Stromberg. Not pictured are Steven Hovan and Javier Velez.








BIG, small, ..


Excuse me! I'm going home.


Everywhere
trouble.


Students jamming at an Electro Disco
party.



When is
Noriega
coming by?


I go, I'm always getting into


Another one of Ms. Piper's pro-
jects?

Discussing plans for the future?


Ah, my towel please!


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And they said they would be right back.


Two of the most important men at B.H.S.
George Bush and Dan Quayle.


Students wonder if there is a real purpose to this
meeting.
People come in all different sizes, shapes
and colors. They also come with different
attitudes, feelings and morals. This is what
makes Balboa High School so unique.
Through this layout we have tried to show
you some of the differences in our student
body.


Thank
goodness the
trip is finally
over.











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The music department of our
school is managed by Mrs. Wil-
ma D. Monlouis. She conducts
the band, select chorus, mixed
chorus, and the newest addi-
tion to the music department,
music appreciation. Mrs. Mon-
louis is the woman responsible
for helping musically inclined
students express their talent in
high school. She conducts an
orchestra class after school
that is composed of students
from the college as well as the
high school.


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COMPUTER CLUB


The Computer Club is sponsored by a new arrival to our
school, Ms. Baca. The club is made up of eager students who
are willing to learn more about different types of computers.
The arrival of the new Apple computers that have been
brought to B.H.S. in order to test their mental capacity is just
one of the reasons why members enjoy this club so much.
And last, but not least, the computerized dating service
which was started here a few years ago is still a success!


Jason Gittens practices his typing techniques on a new Ap-
ple.


It's the new Apple II!


Belita Cargill experiments on the new computers.


The Computer Club Members are Sajid Awan, Jennifer Brewer, Jay Call, Celso
Carbonell, Sean Carson, Santos Cavazos, Eileen da Pena, Valerie Forster, Lydia
Garrido, Richard Gilmore, Katie Goodwin, Steven Hovan, Paul Hurst, Lea lzbicki,
David Kuwanoe, David Lanterman, Jon Lavallee, John Haines, Itzel Manning,
Chris Morotta, Robert Morris, Dwight McKabney, Jenny Navarro, Pat Nolan, Anqe
line Rowland, Mark Ryan, Ayesha Sidiqui, Melissa Winford, Maribel Lewis.








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The Balboa High School French
Club's main purpose is to celebrate
the French culture. Over the years,
the French club has been able to
travel throughout Panama in an at-
tempt to maintain their goal. Events
such as the annual fashion show
and visiting downtown French es-
tablishments have been traditional
of this organization. This year, due
to the political situation, many of
these activities have had to be can-
celled or postponed. Although the
French club has not been as active
this year as before, they hope that
next year things will be back to nor-
mal.


E. da Pena, I.
N. Caffrey, M.
M. Nelson, J.


French club member Tisha Price is sit-
ting in amazement about their future
group plans.


Mrs. Roa the French club
sponsor is wonders why really
is going on.


The French Club members are C. Skora, A. Lewis, S. Nandwani, M. Lavecchia,
Manning, K. Schnack, L. Cooper, L. Lou, M. Quesada, L. Pearson, M. Zamora,
Rios, A. Mizarrachi, C. Carbonell, J. Leitner, F. Navarro, M. Lewis, L. Chan,
Barrowes, R. Chan, A. Geinechen, R. Cain, M. Zamora, M. Nelson









PHOTOGRAPHY CLIPS


Taking pictures is a good way
to frame your talent. This year,
with the help of Mrs. White,
some 10 to 12 students of
B.H.S. have been able to let it
shine. They have joined the

students learn how to process,
develop, and make prints from
film in a workshop that is given
by Mrs. White at least twice a
Year. The students enjoy the
challenge that is put in front of
them, and they look forward to
the experience that they gain.






The Photography Club members are Loida Cooper, Fred Davis, Jason Krafel, Jon Lavallee, April Liehr, Michael
Maduro, Pat Nolan, Nick Perez.









THE DRAMA CLUB
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Valerie Forster and Raymond Sam-
uels portray the leading roles in the
Fall play Egad the Woman in White.


The BHS Thespians are N. Woodrow, V. Forster, K.
Royo, T. Huff, C. Underwood, B. Kelly, N. Under, H.
Berrean.


Putnam, L. lzbicki, M.
Lumpkin, A. Royo, C.


The Drama Club members are N. Woodrow, V. Forster, L. lzbicki, M. Royo, L. Sponberg, N. Under, B. Kelly, A.
Gann, L. Thrift, H. Lumpkin, M. Tutzauer, P. Nassiff, T. Huff, A. Thomas, C. Berrean, A. Royo, C. Underwood, K.
Putnam, T. Donovant.










The sponsor of the
Spanish Club is Mr.
C. Vaz. The purpose
of this club is to ex-
pose students to the
Latin culture that
surrounds Panama.


Jenny Navarro is joking about
Spanish club business.


Eileen da Pena is thinking about new
ideas for the Spanish club.


The Spanish club members are Iliana R. Mesa, Carlos Ruiz, Alejandro Royo, Nicole Caffrey, Eileen da Pena, Monica
Rios, Melissa Bowman, Rodrigo Guardia, Ursula Castaneda, Valerie Forster, David Blevins, Ramon Inchausti, Marta
Ernest, Jennifer Galang, Sergio Davis.







S.A.


"STUDENT ASSOCIATION"


The B.H.S. Student Association is made up of un-
derclassmen and Seniors. The main goals of the S.A.
are to spend money, and to make sure that the stu-
dents at B.H.S have fun. Every year at B.H.S. the S.A.
is responsible for the organization of the Horriecom-
ing activities, and they work toward establishing
pride within the student body.


I am the S.A. sponsor!


The S.A. representatives are A. Lewis, A. Thomas, K. Steil, C. Berrean, T. Huff, M. Maduro, M. Nieves, L. Sponberg, K.
Gomez, E. Wilde, S. Grecco, F. De Lima, D. Manning, A. Gann, L. Thrift, J. Navarro, S. Pedkidis, J. Purdy, G. Mendez, M.
Nelson, Y. Fishbough, S. Davis the President of the S.A.


















































rhe members of the National Honor Society are M. Mclntire, J. Ritchie, K. Thompson, V. Forster, M. Hoffman, J. Dickerson, C.
,edezma, L. Person, L. Chan, J. Brogie, S. Nelson, L. Goodwin, S. Nardwani, L. Cooper, J. Lively, M. Zamora, A. Ave-Lallemant, J.
ichulte, L. Izbicki, S. Cales, A. Mizarchi, C. Skora, I. Rodriguez-Mesa, C. Ruiz, J. Barrowes, L. Sollami, N. Woodrow.


To be considered for membership in the National Honor Society,
you must first have a GPA of 3.5. Your selection into the Honor Society
is based on four basic qualities. They are leadership, scholarship,
service, and character. The National Honor Society has several re-
sponsibilities. Each member must sustain the high school standards
of the society at all times and be an example, and model to their
fellow class mates. The society as a whole must also have a service
project, something to be done for the community. This year with the
help of their class sponsor, Mrs. J. Lavallee, the society was able to
provide a meal for a blind school in La Boca every month. By complet-
ing this project, the NHS not only received experience with dealing
with people, but they also gained pride in themselves for helping
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The B1K members are Tradene D. Smith, Mark Ryan, Matthew Robertson, Temple Castro, Angie
Mitchell, Alix Puech, Vanessa Diaz.


President Tradene Smith and Vice Presi-
dent Matthew Robertson discuss BIK plans.


BIK the "Balboa Involvement
Klub" is a little club with a lot of
heart. The club welcomed a new
sponsor this year Ms. Schulte.
She arrived just in time for a BIK
bake-sale. The BIK members
have a main goal, which is to re-
cruit new members and to also
help other clubs in any way possi-
ble.


The BIK members are discussing plans for another bake-sale.































The Zephyrus members are Andy Thomas, Charles Thomas, Stephanie Grecco, Chris Ledezma,
Monica Rios, Bridget Kelly, Chris Berrean, Tina Donovant, Mary Tutzauer, Leane Thrift, and
Noelle Woodrow, Ann McConnell, Harry Launder, Jennifer Schulte.


Mrs. Hanson contemplates on how she is going to
finish the yearbook and Zephyrus.


The Zephyrus staff is wondering how many stories they
will have to write themselves.

It was a dark and stormy night when Zephyrus,
the Balboa high school literary magazine, ac-
cepted the task of our own, Voltaire's, Dickens',
and Foes', into a lean mean writing machine. As
the year progressed, the staff fought to meet the
challenge, facing deadlines, rotte critiques, and
sticky illustration. But even in the face of adver-
sary the magazine overwhelmed the odds and
had its best published material ever.


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The purpose of the Business Club is primarily to
promote activities that will put students in contact
with on hand experiences with the business world.
The sponsor of the Business Club is Ms. D. Piper who
is also chairperson of the Business Department. Her
main goal for the club is to motivate students in
getting involved with business careers.


Louanne Pearson assists a visitor with the new Zenith
computer.


The Business Club members are N. Martinez, T. Smith, L. Chan, L. Pearson, L. Thrift, S. Nandwani, L. Cooper,
A. Lewis, V. Esposito, S. Bennett, M. Carpenter, M. Aramayo, R. Chan, P. Burke.


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The members of the Biological Society are M. Hayden, L. Cooper, J. Zomes, S. Nelson, S. Nandwani, V. Forster, M. Howell,
A. Ave-Lallemant, L. Ridder, T. Haines, J. Galang, J. Lively, J. Schulte, B. Kelly, P. Nassiff, J. Brogie, L. Pearson, S. Carson,
J. Henderson, E. da Pena, K. Ledezma, L. Izbicki, M. Rios, M. Maduro, L. Pugh, L. Smith, S. Sakon, M. Brazleton, T. Huff, J.
Dickerson, M. Nelson, K. Putnam, N. Woodrow, S. Cobham, Y. Walcott, A. Cooksey, M. Bowman, L. Palm, N. Caffrey, I.
Rodriguez. J. Brewer, 1. Manning, A. Royo, M. Lavecchia, L. Goodwin, C. Skora, F. Delima, M. Hoffman, M. Zamora.


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The Biological Honor Society is
the club to join if you like going on
trips and learning about the plant
and animal life in Panama. This
club sponsors many trips to places
such as Barro Colorado Island,
Summit Gardens and even Gorgas
Hospital. The club welcomed two
new sponsors this year, Mr. and
Mrs. Seitz who both work in the sci-
ence department.


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SADD sponsor Mrs. Othon is discussing future plans with
member Arlene Weeks.

The purpose of the SADD pro-
gram is to organize students to
-- combat one of the major killers
of their age group-death due to
drinking and driving. The SADD
chapter of B.H.S. has been in ex-
Istence since 1988, but it be-
came fully activated this year.
SADD is a proven lifesaving pro-
r gram because it is student moti-
vated. Students believe in the
concept of not drinking and driv-
ing. this is the message they
S bring to their fellow teens. The
program promotes positive peer-
pressure.

The SADD members are Eileen da Pena, Arlene Weeks, Angie Snyder, Jennifer Galang, Stephanie Grecco,
Eugene Monaghan, Jean Purdy, Katie Goodwin, and not pictured are Marisol Zamora, Tradene Smith








CLOSE-UP


Close-Up is a
week long
program that
allows a selected
group of students
to experience the
United States
Govt. in action.
Throughout the
school year, the
money that the
students raise by
fund raising and
donations is used
in order to pay for
this long and
meaningful trip to
Washington D.C.


rhe Close-Up members are Juan Barrowes, Melissa Bowman, James Dickerson, Valerie
'orster, Paul Hurst, Bridget Kelly, Susan Nelson, Andy Thomas, and Kim Thompson.


:lose-Up sponsor Mrs. Sosa is getting pre-
ared for the long trip to Washington.


Lisa Goodwin is helping Close-Up member Susan Nelson sell T-shirts in
order to make money for the trip.


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The dedication, hard work, and love for writing have really paid off for Mr. Hager's 4th period Journalism
class. This is the class that we have all come to know as the Parakeet staff. The newspaper comes out 3
times a year and covers eler)thing from Just Cause' to who s directing the latest play. Although the
Journalism class is responsible for most of the work, other pupils contribute their time and articles, and
S they also deserve credit as well.
The members of the Parakeet staff are N. Barker, S. Bennett, R. Boyle, A. Baumgardner, A. Buval, S.
Cales, L. Cantu, J. Carbonell, B. Cargill. B. Coffey, K. Cooper, B. Garcia, J. Gittens, H. Gonzalez, K.
Kelly, E. King, V. Mediano. E. Moore B. Pollard, M. Rodriguez, J. Valencia, E. Washburn.

L The members of the Lettermen club are L. Izbicki, B. Kelly. A. Gann, C.
Skora, S. Jicha, J. Navarro, C. Quintero, L. Thrift, K. Goodwin.
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T Besides being ready to sell lettermen jackets, and sweaters, the B.H.S. Lettermen club is the
"real jock" hangout! The Lettermen club was indeed successful again this year.
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When's the next activity?
Where's it going to be at?
What's our class sponsoring
now? From time to time
you've probably heard these
various questions being
asked. But do you really
know the faces behind the
scenes? They're the class
sponsors, and they're here to
make sure your high school
days are the ones that you
will surely want to remember
for the rest of your lives.


Mrs. Sosa and Ms. Manchester are the
Senior class sponsors.


Mr. Chen is the man behind the Sopho-
more scene.


Mrs. Alvarado and Mr. Young are the two peo-
ple in charge of the Junior scene.







James Dickerson the battalion commander of the
JROTC program honors a fellow cadet.




"Drop and give me 50 push-ups!"
"Now dirtbag!"
There is nothing like the re-
spect of a man in uniform. Not
only do they have a field a pleth-
ora of overly accurate names like
Ranger Rick, G.I. Joe, but they
must handle the rigors of becom-
ing a junior officer. JROTC "We
salute you." thank you for your
dedication.


The company commander of Alpha company is Karla
Knox and the Cadets are L. Oakley, T. Denley, J. Jack-
son, E. Gordon, R. George, L. Veliz, B. Sollami, R. Green,
Y. Cassell, S. Lord, C. Cardenas, J. Joesph, D. Fisher, F.
Jordan, M. Nelson, P. Penalver, D. Wallace, C. Welch, P.
Lenmark.


The company commander of Bravo company is John
Caton and the Cadets are J. Benjamin, A. Everett, E.
Washburn, A. Antongiorgi, D. Lyons, C. Carbonell, C.
White, I. Thomson, J. Clark, V. Layne, R. Martinez, M.
Nieves, A. Hernandez, Y. Santamaria, K. Lee, D. Brown,
C. Johnson.









JROTC

The ceremonial Color Guard of BHS stand
at attention during one of our many school
activities. The members of the Color Guard
are C/PFC A. Hernandez, C/PFC R. Green,
C/PFC A. Bowler, C/PFC Celso Carbonell,
C/SSG Francisco Velasquez.




C/MSG Manuel Love is showing his fellow cadets
how to do a real push-up.


The members of Charlie Company are D. Manning, R.
Latrell, G. Espinosa, M. Bustamonte, L. Clark, E.
Merriweather, K. Arce, J. Cain, N. D'Angelo, W. Nevin, O.
Galang, J. Zomes, 1. Manning, S. Fitzgerald, A. Charris,
A. Everitt, I. Shoemaker, L. Sollami, S. Conway, and
Melida Caton.


The members of Delta Company are H. Launder, M.
Weinrich, Herrera, Bodkin, G. Garrido, Alvarado, A.
Bowler, O. Morales, M. Roberts, D. Willis, Nissenbaum,
D. Codrington, J. Rios, G. Floria, C. Lopez, Vergara, J.
Catro, C. Bennett, Brown, F. Davis, D. Johnston, R.
Dhaliwal, C. Pearson, F. Williams, M. Love, J. Oakley,
and J. McCormack.









UNDER THE GUN...


The BHS rifle team is commanded
by C/2nd Lt. Jeffrey Zomes and C/
SFC Tony Portella. Other members
include Nick D'Anello, Shawn Fitz-
gerald, Jimmy McCormack, Ed-
gardo Chong, Moises Cohen, Jose
Castro, Larry Veliz, Celso Carbon-
ell, Paul Lenmark, Ronald Green,
David Fisher, Deika Wallace.











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The BHS bushmasters are com-
manded by C/2nd Lt. Karla Knox
and C/SGM Juan Borras. Other
members include Luis Oakley, Jus-
tina Jackson, Francisco Velasquez,
and Joseph Clark.


The BHS drill team is commanded
by C/CO.L. Sollami and C/XO S.
Carson. Other members include D.
Wallace, B. Sollami, I. Manning, O.
Galang, G. Garrido, C. Cardenas, E.
Merriweather, J. McCormack, S.
Fitzgerald.


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Roy Pinzon, Sean Carson, Diana
Merriweather, James Dickerson,
James Ritchie, Carlos Nieves, Mi-
chael Snider, Juan Borras,
Louanne Pearson, and Yvanronex
Disla.


C/1Lt. Sean Carson is giving C/SGT
Fred a counseling statement.


The men that are in charge of mak-
ing the BHS JROTC program go are
SFC Puryear, SOT. Sanchez, and
SGT. Fendwick.


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Kara and Wilma take time out to pose for
a quick shot.


back row-Josh Russell, Chris Skora, Jay Call, Craig Meyer,
David Wertz, middle row-Earl Dame, Canute Underwood,
Brandy Pollard, Tradene Smith, Kara Ewan. front row-Kris-


Slick Nikk and Earl with his funky curl.


Shine those pearly whites!


This years yearbook staff got off to a slow start, but with the hard
work, time and dedication o all the students and Ms. Hanson, it has
turned out great. When you look through this book we hope you
remember the good times, the bad, the defeats, and loses but most of
all remember your friends. When flipping through these pages you
will notice it's truly "A Different Angle."


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HALL OF FAME



MR. AND MISS B.H.S.


Mr. and Miss BHS is one of the most important
categories and is the students' favorite. The students
chosen this year are Torrey Gragg and Tradene
Smith. "I'm glad to be acknowledged by my peers,"
says Torrey; and Tradene replied "I feel that I'm an
inspiration to my class"








Representing the Best Dressed category are Fernando
Quesada and Christine Yanes. "It makes me feel like I
have to get up every morning and worry about how I'm
going to dress," says Christina. On the other hand, Fer-
nando says, "I don't dress to impress people so it was a
big honor; it was embarrassing, but I was very surprised."


The two you always see chatting in the hall are Stella
Petkidis and Che Buval; they were selected as being
the friendliest students in BHS. "To be honest I was
shocked when I found out that I got Most Friendliest.
I am really happy that people thought of me," says
Stella. "I feel honored that I got chosen," says Che.



Who could be the funniest in class to you? This year's
Class Clowns are Brandy Coffey and Yvonne Fish-
bough. Brandy exclaimed, "It made me so happy, I
got tromms!" And then Yvonne replied, "I laughed
because I thought it was a joke!"








r ;Even though they are not a cou-
ple, Doug Haning and Kristina
Stromberg were picked as Best
Looking. When asked how he
felt, Doug replied, "I feel like I
didn't deserve it, but I was
shocked when I got nominated.
I though it was a mistake when I
a won!"









They are not class clowns but
just a wild and crazy pair. Most
Outrageous are Marisol Ang-
lada and Jermaine Puryear.
Marisol exclaimed, "I'm happy
that my fellow peers find me
outrageous because personal-
ly, that's how I feel!" Mean-
while, Jermaine said, "I think
it's kind of outrageous that I got
it!"






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ard Sollami and Susan Nelson
as the Most Intellectual of B1S.
Leonard remarked, "At first I
wqs awestruck, and then reality
set in. Boy, did I feel good. It
was an honor."








Most Dependable this year are Tim
Huff and Paulette Nassiff. Tim says,
"Hooahl I'm glad to be recognized for
people trusting in me." And Paulette
says, "I experienced a great feeling
when I found out I had been elected.
It's good to know my classmates feel
they can depend on me. Thanks!"


The students elected for being best in
sports are Ryan Coon and Ana Cook-
sey. Most Athletic, Ryan says, "I'm
honored. There are so many other
qualified guys; it could have been any
of them. Now I'm more conscious of
the example I'm setting." Ana says, "I
feel honored by my classmates, and I
thank them for it."


The students showing the most spirit are
Lisa Goodwin and Sergio Davis. Lisa re-
plied, "I feld proud to be recognized for
the hard work I do for our class."













SThe students who received the title
of Most Likely to Succeed were rec-
ognized for their hard work. Mei-
Ling Lavecchia and Juan Barro%.es
were selected this year. "Knowing
that my class has high hopes in me
and my ability, it has given me the
incentive to try my best to succeed
in my future endeavors," says Mei-
Ling. And Juan replied, "It's good
to know that my peers think highly
of me."
















Wouldn't you like to be voted for
having the most talent by your
classmates? Most Talented this
year is Margot Howell and Robert
Smith. Margot exclaimed, "It was a
shock to me when I heard my name
announced, but I'm glad people 4
thought of me." Also, Robert says,
"I was excited! I'm happy that stu-
dents think of me as Most Talent-
ed."











SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS


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"My main job as Senior Class President has been to pull the Senior
class together in spirit and in its activities. So far, I think we have had
a great year and shown that the class of 1990 is the best!" Lisa
Goodwin

"My personal accomplishments have been finishing the year, being
Vice President, helping our President Lisa Goodwin, and making sure I
was always a helping hand. My social accomplishments are what I am
thankful for. I got to meet a lot of people (Seniors) I never knew and
those that I already knew became great friends. And these friendships
are always remembered through the years." Pallas Burke

"As I look back at my senior year as Secretary, I remember the
great times I've spent with all my friends, and I always think back to
the fun moments spent at the Senior Receptionist and the Christmas
Formal. These are memories I'll never forget. I wish you all the best of
luck. God bless." Nichole Stames


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Aguilar, Nedelka
Y.
Alanis Jr., Arturo
Alonzo, Michelle
L.








Alvarado, Teofilo
J.
Anglada, Marisol
Awan, Sajid A.









Barker, Natasha
Barnes, Kevin M.
Barrowes, Juan A.










Bennett, Shahira
M.
Berrean,
Christopher P.
Bleau, Veronica A.






Boldt, Heather M.
Borras, Juan E.
Brazelton, Michael
A.









Breebaart, Sophie
Brogie, Jackie D.
Bumgardner,
Angela G.









Burke, Pallas L.
Buval, Che
Cantu, Luis K.










Carbonell, Jose
Angel
Cargill, Bersilia
Carpenter, Marilyn
C.







Carson, Sean E.
Castro, Ricardo D.
Caton Jr., John N.










Cavazos III,
Santos
Chan, Lynn
Cristina
Chandler, Julissa
J.







Chavoya III,
Manuel
Cobham, Sharon
J.
Codrington,
Dorinda E.







Coffey, Brandyl G.
Cooksey,
Analioska J.
Coon, Ryan B.







Cooper, Kimberly
J.
Cooper, Loida M.
Cordoba, Marcos









Dame, Earl J.
Dauzat, Jessie J.
Davis, Sergio










Davis, Shannon
C.
De La Guardia,
Jairo
De La Guardia,
Rodrigo







De Luca, Karla
Delima, Frank J.
Dickerson II,
James A.






Disla, Yvanronex
E.
Dixon, Gilberto G.
Donnelly, Robert
C.








Donovant, Tina M.
Douglas, Bradley
A.
Dunn, Katrina D.








Elley, Jennifer A.
Ellis, Colleen M.
Ender, Jennifer L.









Escalera, Kathy
Falcon, Ashley
Fishbough,
Yvonne M.


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Flowers, Tijuana
D.
Forster, Valerie
Fox, Kristine L.









Gann, Mason W.
Garcia, Angela M.
Garrido, Laura E.










George II, Willie
M.
Gilmore, Richard
E.
Gittens, Jason








Gonzalez, Ricardo
A.
Goodwin, Lisa E.
Gragg, Torrey M.






Haeusser, Valerie
L.
Haines III, John L.
Haning, Douglas
M.








Harper, William S.
Harvey, Michelle
A.
Hattabaugh,
Carlos








Herrera, Lisandro
Higley, Leticia C.
Hoffman, Michael
V.









Hovan, Steven M.
Howell, Margot A.
Huff, Elizabeth B.





Huff, Timothy C.
Jemmott,
Jermaine J.
Jones, Enrique









Keller, Lieu A.
Kemp, David A.
Kirby, Karen T.










Knox, Karla I.
Krapfl, Shirley E.
La Caze, Michael
R.









Lamer, Joseph
Scott
Lavecchia, Mei-
Ling M.
Leckey, Kimberly
R.






Ledezma,
Christine
Lewis, Alicia I.
Little, Courtlend









Love, Manual
Machazer,
Michelanjhela
Mangum, Laurie
S.








Marotta,
Christopher J.
McConaughey,
Leann
Mclntire, Mark D.








McManigal, Morris
S.
McNeill, Erika
Lashae
Mediano, Vicki






Merriweather,
Diane Carmen
Meyer, Craig S.
Mizrachi, Alberto









Monson, Teresa
A.
Moore, Elaine N.
Nakasu, Takahiro









Nandwani,
Sharmila U.
Nassiff, Paulette
M.
Naum, James M.








Navarro,
Deydamia M.
Neely, Zenia
Nelson, Susan






Nesbitt, Carl
Neto, Mercedes
Nieves, Carlos
Manuel









Oakley Jr., Luis
G.
Ortiz, Carmen
Pearson, Louanne
M.








Perez, Nicholas A.
Petkidis, Stella M.
Phosa, Suwit










Pollard, Brandy
Portela, Antonio
G.
Powell, Judith D.






Pugh, Laura L.
Puryear, Jermaine
E.
Putnam, Kim T.









Quesada,
Fernando
Reyes, Lelys E.
Ridao, John P.









Riley, James S.
Ritchie V, James
L.
Ritchie, Julia S.









Rocha, Renee R.
Royo, Alejandro
A.
Ruddock, Andria
L.






Ruiz, Carlos C.
Ruiz, Kira
Russell, Joshua
H.









Sakon, Saku
Samuels, Marelisa
P.
Sasso, Bryan A.


Schulz, Stanley E.
Scott, Marcia F.
Serrano, Deneiria
L.









Smith, Lisa D.
Smith, Roberto A.
Smith, Tradene D.


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Snyder, Angela M.
Sollami, Lenard
Spencer, Shanna
M.









Stahlman, Jill M.
Stames, Nichole
M.
Steil, Kevin J.









Stromberg,
Kristine N.
Thomas, Andrew
S.
Thomas, Charles
A.







Thomasson,
Wayne A.
Thompson,
Kimberly M.
Thompson,
Pamela N.






Tremblay, Martin
A.
Tsugane, Eriko
Tweed, Scott A.









Underwood,
Canute C.
Underwood,
Kenneth L.
Urriola, Juan R.








Velasco,
Fernando
Velasco, Kerry
Justin
Velez, Javier O.








Vinson III, Freddie
Vowell, Amy E.
Walcott, Yolette L.






Waldron, Julian J.
Warner, Vannette
P.
Washburn, Elsa
M.








Weade, Jason M.
Weeks, Arleen B.
Williams, John G.










Williams Jr.,
Femando A.
Winters, Shannon
L.
Womble, Bryan K.








Woodrow, Noelle
Yanes, Christina
M.
Zaldivar, Sarah M.







Zamora, Marisol
Zomes, Jeffrey














YEW ARRIVALS

Castaneda, Ursula
Paradiso, Jerrod L.
Price, Tisha


PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE


Adams, Jr., Arturo
Allen, Delayca
Anderson, Michelle
Baker, Roger L.
Be Dore, Eddie A.
Brown, Bredio
Browne, Erika Lynn
Cantu, Dennis A.
Daniel, David A.
Diaz, John R.
Fleming, Mark S.
Garcia, Belisario A.
Gonzalez H., Ricardo O.
Groom Jr., Lawrence K.
Heeres, James R.


Johnson, Carol Lee
Johnson, Stephen R.
Keller, James J.
King, Erika C.
Lanterman, David J.
Launder II, Harry S.
Mirrop, Michael
Ng, Roberto A.
Peck, David B.
Rios, Ismael
Roger, Lizzette
Roman, Ruth
Serrano, Deneiria L.
Sierra, Ricardo


Loida Cooper, Sharmila Nandwani, and Alicia
Lewis share a quiet moment and discuss future
plans.




























"Isn't there any more food?" questioned Tradene.


Feeling guilty, Shannon?



Steven Hovan Such a
sweet, innocent boy!






Kevin "Lips" Steils


Kristine Stromberg and Shannon Davis with neverending smiles.
































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1. Colleen Ellis
2. Tradene Smith
3. Brandy Pollard,
4. Marisol Anglada
5. Brandy Huff
6. Angela Snyder
7. Takahiro Nakasu
8. Sean Carson
9. Andria Ruddock
10. Nichole Stames
11. Lisa Smith
12. Leanne Pugh
13. Stella Petkidis
14. Amy Vowell


15. Natasha Barker
16. Kristine Fox
17. Shanna Spencer
18. Judith Powell
19. Laurie Mangum
20. Tina Donovant
21. Yolette Walcott
22. Noelle Woodrow
23. Margot Howell
24. Craig Meyer
25. Kim Putnam
26. Shirley Krapfl
27. Canute Underwood
28. James Ritchie


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FOREVER YOUNG 1990.









1. Curiosity didn't kill the cat; my car did.
2. God created man, then he rested. God created wom-
an and no one has rested since.
3. If you can read this, thank a teacher.
4. Smuggling. It's more than a job. It's an adventure.
5. Join the army, travel to exotic distant lands, meet
new people and kill them.
6. If you love something set it free. If it doesn't come
back, hunt it down and kill it. l. -
7. When the going gets tough, the tough buy an Uzi.
8. Bombs for peace.
9. If they can send one man to the moon, why can't they "'
send them all?







What Graduation means for me?
1. Going away to face the real world, then coming back
at Christmas to face my fantasy. Brandy Huff
2. A new beginning. I could use it! Andria Ruddock
3. It means it's time to throw away the teether. Earl
Dame
4. It means the end to good times and the beginning of
more good times. Canute Underwood
5. Leaving a delinquents paradise to a life of responsi-
bility. Andy Thomas
6. It means leaving Panama and moving on to bigger
and better things. Tradene Smith
7. End of a good life. Craig Meyer
8. It means there is a God! Brandy Pollard
9. Leaving the Canal Zone What a bad thought.
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by displaying banners through-
out the school.

Anderson, Sherri R.
Antongiorgi, Axel F.







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TBerry, Micheresa T.









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Boyle, Rosemary
Braaten, Kristin
Brayton, Kristy


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Brown, Luis Carlos
Burs, Angela M.
Bustamante-lerrero,
Manuel

Buval, Anick
Caffrey, Nicole M.
Cales, Sara M.
Call, Jay D.









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Carr, Edilma M.
Carson, Rashell L.
Carter, James A.


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Chauvin, Yvette J.
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Cordero, Freddie


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Diaz, Adriano E.


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Dixon, Fernando F.
Dunn, Abdul Y.
Ellis, Luis B.
Ernest, Marta E.
Espinosa, Gilberto
Esposito, Vanessa
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Euson, Federico Jr.






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Ewan, Jennifer A.
Fabrega, Rafael E.
Finn IV, Albert F.


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Seniors all over the
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their class rings as a
symbol of graduation
and moving towards
new heights.

Fitzgibbons, Tina
M.
Flumach, Pamela
G.
Ford, Julee C.
Fox, Darren B.






Galang, Jennifer P.
Gann, Ashley L.
Garrido, Lydia D.
Gayle, Vielka G.








George, Rafael M.
Gordon, Eleonor F.
Groom, Richard K.
Haines, Tanya L.


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Harrington, Kathryn
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Helin, Stephanie M.
Henderson, Philip
Herrera, Edwin R.

Holland, Eric
Howe, Scott J.
Huc, Yaira Del C.
Hurst, Heather A.


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Inchausti, Carlos R.
Islas, Cassandra
Islas, Zandra


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Izbicki, Lea N.
Jackson, James Ill
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James, Nancy N.
Jicha, Shemayne F.
Johnston, Chastity
Ann
Josephs-Clark,
Karima







Josephs-Clark,
Khaladi
Keiser, Nicole E.
Kelley, Kathleen A.
Kelly, Bridget B.








Kinugasa, Gengo
Kirkland, William
A.
Kluza, Christopher
W.
Krapfl, Jason 1.


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Kuwanoe, David M.
Kyle, Paul T.
Lang, Theodore
Lawrence, Lionel A.










Layne, Vanessa M.
Levy, Ivan L.
Lipke, Aaron
Lively, Jennifer

Locke, Diane
Lumpkin, Heather
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Maattala, Jill
Maduro, Michael J.


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Balboa High School A Balboa, Republic Of Panama Volume 81 1989-1990 1914 1941 . __ __ 0

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2 BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL OPENS 1942

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4 STUDENTS INSIDE LOOKING OUT As the summer ended, students anxiously anticipated the coming of the new year. Even though no one knew what to make of our troublestriken country, life went on as usual. Sophomores frantically ran to and from c lass. Juniors were mocking the Sophomores, and Seniors were zealously defending the plaque like men possessed. But as the dust settled, it was easy to see that this year, like all others before it. would continue. Kevin Steil, Paul Hurst. and Mike Banasick are looking out through shaded glass. Ms. Gardill"s class is looking out. ...... _- Mr. figueroa's class looks out from their own angle.

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-LIFE AT B.H.S. Friend or foe ? Saber-rattling in Panama turns sour and our administrators are forced to keep 750 U .S. refugees locked up in school. Feelings of being trapped bring tensions within the school to their peak. as numerous antics such as food fights and jailbreaks spring from the turmoil. After four hours of capti vity studen ts are finally released into a "safer" countryside.

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Neither rain, nor sleet nor political unrest could stop the annual mecca to Cristobal High School for the 1989 JAMBOREE. At the start of the week, the students questioned whether or not the annual JAMBOREE would actually take place. Due to the fact that the political situation in Panama was so turbulent all hopes for a spectacular JAMBOREE were nearly shattered. With the help of the PDF and the military police, the students were able to have an incredibly awesome 1989 JAM BOREE! The Balboa Bulldogs defeat the Curundu Cougars in the final showdown. 6 Santos Cavazos is ca t c h ing som e Z s before the l o n g trip. while his buddies reminis ce. Axel Antongiorgi and Tradene Smith show their spirit before the JAMBOREE. The f ans are cheering on their favorite teams at the Pep Rally

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Flashing their gorgeou s smiles, the JAMBOREE Princesses wave to everyon e They are as follows : Kristin e Stromberg, Devils; L ydia Garrido, Cougars; Lili Borsellino, Tigers; Leann McConaughey, Red Machine; and Jennifer Ender, Bulldogs. The lengthy convoy of buses finally reaches i t s destination, Cristobal High School. 7

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8 SKIPPING OUT Shannon Winters Torrey Gragg, Alan Matheney and Craig Meyer are venturing out of the wilderness. Top Ten Reasons For Skipping School. 1. Recuperate from the night before. 2. To escape from the monitors. 3. Me? Skip school? What' s that? Jimmy Groom checks his watc h to see what time they' re crusin 4. Peer Pressure There' s always a vendor on skip day. S. Because there aren' t "Panama" breaks. 6. How can I go to school on a day like this? (Everyday) 7. Because Kristine does!! 8. Bored! 9. Why not? 10, Just to get away! Ordering a pizza again James? Making plans?

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C.W.E.-COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE Tony Portela goes high tech in the graphics cen ter. Cooperative Work Experience. Everyday two hours a day, loyal students joyfully trudge to their part time non-paying jobs. They learn about punctuality and responsibility through these once in a lifetime opportunities. These jobs consist of everything from working in the library to monitoring the Administration Building Xerox machine. But students don' t care be cause of the valuable work experience they earn. Kimberly Cooper is working diligently in the Curundu Jr. High S chool nurse s office. Lieu K elle r works with the newborns in the infant room at Gorgas Hospit a l. Ricardo Castro i s displaying si g ns of a prof ess i o nal busin e s s m a n 9

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10 THE PARENTS' ANGLE Never has such a procession of parents been seen before in our hallowed halls here at B.H.S. Upon hearing of "Back to School Night" parents flocked to B.H.S. to see if they could separate fact from fiction. Parents were seen roaming the halls, arriving late, and even wandering into bathrooms looking for long, lost classes. We found out by the end of the night that parents get lost faster than students. Although the parents were interested in what the teachers had to say, the main attraction for them had to have been the library, which contained about 600 doughnuts and five huge pots of coffee. Over-all the 1989-1990 parent night here at B.H.S. was "Most Excellent!" Yearbooks are always a hot item, and par ents didn t hesitate to shell out their $32.50 for this year' s best seller. The parents participate in an experience similar to the mad rush in the cafeteria; An uncensored melee for coffee. Parents flirt with the real purpose of con-trolled education socializing.

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Marisol Anglada and Lelyes Reyes stop to pose for a minute. Louanne Pearson and Veronica Bleau stare at what is suppose to be their lunch. "Let's Party! This was the attitude of the Senior Class of 1990 at the Senior Reception that was held on September 16, 1989 at the Amador Officer's Club. The events that took place were dancing, voting, and an unexpected Guys vs. Gals tackle football game. IT WAS A BLAST! Natasha Barker and Santos Cavazos wonder why they are really here. Pamela Thompson and Christopher Berrean enjoy t h e life of lUxury during the reception. 11

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12 JUST HANGIN' OUT!! A few of t h e b i g "men" of the ca m p u s show their enthusiasm by "Just Hanging Out!"

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HALLOWE EN When it comes to costumes King Kong is a winner. '89 Here s James Jackson putting on his n ew outfit. Mr, Waugh are you that excited about Halloween? Fond memories Mrs. Sosa? Karla Knox stops to pose for a minute Ana Cookse y portrays the well known joker. Axel, just stopping to pick up another stock?

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Senior Princ e ss Jackie Brogie escorted by a friend Javier Velez. 1 4 Senior Prin ce D o u g H anning e scorts Prin ce s s Trade n e Smith. The Homecoming King of the Senior Class of 1990, Jermaine Puryear, escorts his Queen Kimberly Thompson. Free Tickets! Come two! Come all! Bring your armored tux! This years homecoming dance was sparsely attended due to unusually low spirits. Even in the face of adversity, couples, anxious to attend the first major dance of the year, dressed up, purchased the appropriate floral arrangements, and arrived in style. After being roughly frisked by the eagerly awaiting military police, couples were given clearance to the high security dance floor, where aggravated twosomes danced off their numerous aggressions. At 10:30, the new bewitching hour, the festivities magically ended. The curfew rapidly approached for the 125 couples. What A Blast!

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Junior Prince Alan Matheney escorts princess Jennifer Swee n ey. Sophomore Prince Sean Fitzgerald escorts princess Mayra Nieves Junior Prince Paul Hurst escorts prin cess E il een Da Pena. Sophomore Prince Jimmy Oakley e s corts princess Jenn y Navarro. 15

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-16 BAL BOA HIGH LIFE Earl y Grads Mei-Ling Lavecchia and R ya n Coon are bustin' out. -We' re all here! I thought the sun was outside? Natasha Barker fin ally finds h e r drea m house Julian Waldron and St eve n Hovan are sitting pretty,

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Jay Jackson pondering o n a fter g r ad uation plans. Friendship is great. Ah, now this is what friendship is all about. Balboa High Life Life at BHS is like no other High School in the world, We have a wide variety of culture, entertainment, and activities that we could never dream of having at a Tom, Dick, or Harry High School. Here are a few brief snatches from A to Z of excitement that our quaint little Isthmus has to offer: A for the autopista at 140 KM .. B for beaches without medical sewage C is for causeway and cutting classes, D for drugs OOH! Stay away, E for enlisted soldiers for some of us, F for fairs hey, they're fun, G for Groucho Pub our favorite hangout. H for hangover OUCH! I for invasions, Gosh I'm sick of my house, J for Just Cause, or as Mrs, Alvarado would say "Just Because", K for killer bees, be careful with those rocks, L is for Landcruisers, more stolen than registered, M for magic, no more open bar. N for Noriega, later! 0 for observatory don' t worry I won' t tell, P for Pacific no waves! Q for Quayle, What's your name again?, R for race as in Cayucoing in a smelly little log across the Canal, S for SENIORS need I say more? T for traffic, too much, U for Underclassmen # @ !# @, V for Volkswagon older than the hills, W for WAR, is it heck or is it ECHO? X for X marks the spot. what spot? We 'll never know, Y for Yacht Club and Yack Z for Zonians, see ya nex year! So you see Panama isn t all that bad, so don' t knock it until you' ve tasted it from A to Z our style! 17

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C A Y U C o 8 9 --Cayuco Race 1989! This is an annual event in which about thirtyfive cayucos paddle fifty miles from ocean to ocean. The event lasts three days, but the practicing starts months before. It is a sport that takes, strength and endurance, but also patience and time, lots of time! The victory of the 1989 Cayuco Race belonged to the crew of the Utmost!

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Christmas is coming. The goose i s getting f at. Please stop placing bomb scares in th e class of 9 0 s l ap! Typica l of th e re cent situation in Panama a t e r rorist threat was allowed to stymie U1e 1989 Wint e r forma l. The assumption was that it would h ave been too muc h trou b l e to swee p th e ca f etorium before th e dance. After th e first hour o f f es ti vities, the dance had a rather abrupt end in g. The court was crowned in front of the main office i n Corundu Junior Hi gh S chool at 10:00 p m with a r a ther subdued audience o f about twentyfiv e people. The Winter formal Court of1989 is rollows Lisa Goodwin, Luis Ca ntu, Zenia Nee ley, C h e Buval. Mei -Ling Lavechia, Kri stine Strombe r g Nol pictured are St e ven Hovan and Javier Ve l ez 1 9

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BIG, small, Excuse me! I'm going home Students jamming at an Electro Disco party, 20 Whe n i s Noriega coming by? Everywhere I go, I m a l ways getting into trouble, Ah my towel please! Anothe r o n e of Ms, Piper s projects ? Dis cussing plans for the future?

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FAT, AND TALL And they said they would be right back. Students wonde r if the r e is a r eal purpose to this meeting. Peop l e come in all different sizes shapes and colors They a lso come with different attitudes, feelings and morals. This i s what makes Balboa High School so unique. Through this layout we have tried to show you some of the differences in our student body. Two of the most important m e n a t B H S George Bush and D a n Quayle. Th a n k goodness t h e tri p is fin ally over. 2]

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22 STUDENT SURVIVAL GUIDE A guide to how and what students say. What students say. (What students mean.) 1. Can I go to the bathroom? (I think I saw my friends walking by.) 2 May I go to my locker? (I'm bored, can I leave?) 3 There was a big accident! (Sorry, no excuse.) 4 When's the test? (I think I might plan on coming down with yellow fever.) 5. Don' t you have to teach sex educa tion? (I have a question about what hap' pened last weekend.) 6. Are we having a film today? (I had a late night and need to catch some zs.) 7 When's our next assembly? (When do I need to plan a causeway party?) 8. Theoretically it's right. (It's wrong, I'm just pulling your leg. ) 9 I need her to help me with this. (I really just want to talk to her about last weekend.) 10. I didn't have time to do my homework. (I was out partying.) 11. I lost my notebook. (I didn't do it, but I will.) 12. We have a test today? (I was sleeping during class yesterday.) 13. Sure I'll go out with you! (No, way! Yuki Never! ) 14. I need to go see my counselor. (If I dont get out of this class soon, I 'll puke!) 15. Do we have Surf today? (Maybe I can take a nap.) You Know Things Are Wrong When 1. Vou (always) get sick on fridays. 6. Your parents let you stay out past 12 midnight in ECHO. 3. Your car starts by itself. 10. Your worst enemy becomes your bestfriend. 8. Physics and calculus get easier. while General Math involves complications. 5. The tardy bell rings. when you think you re on time for class. 7. When all the guys want you, and you don t want them. 4. The last day of school is the first day of WW III. 12. You discover Michael Jackson has just written a song about you. 14. Ms. Lewis doesn't give out ASD's. 2. The Causeway has disappeared. 13. When Noriega comes to give a speech in Govern ment. 9. Your girlfriend has her new boyfriend break up with you. 11. You find out you're never leaving Panama, 15, You can't count from 1 to 15 in a straight line, Replies for "How About A Date?" 1. I've got a headache. 2. I've got to babysit. 3 I'm not allowed to go on dates. 4. Sorry it's my tum to wash the dishes. 5. I'm on restriction. 6. I have nothing to wear. 7. I've got a Doctor's appointment. 8. I can't miss David Letterman. 9. No thanks. 10. Maybe next time. 11. I've got strep throat. 12. I dont think so, catch me on another day. 13. I've made other plans. 14. I've gotta watch the news. 15. I'm going out with my parents.

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24 MUSIC NOTEBOOK The music department of our school is managed by Mrs. Wilma D. Monlouis. She conducts the band, select chorus, mixed chorus, and the newest addition to the music department. music appreciation. Mrs. Monlouis is the woman responsible for helping musically inclined students express their talent in high school. She conducts an orchestra class after school that is composed of students from the college as well as the hig h school. .'\

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COMPUTER CLUB The Com puter Club i s s p o nsor e d b y a n e w a rri va l to our s choo l M s B aca. Th e club i s m a d e up of eager stu d ents w h o are wil li n g to l ea rn more a b o u t diffe r e n t t y p es of c o m p u t e rs The arriva l of th e n e w Apple compute r s tha t have bee n brought to B H S in order to t est the i r m enta l capacity isjust one of th e r easons w h y m embe rs enjoy this c lub s o muc h. And last. but not least. th e compute ri ze d d ating servi c e wh i c h was starte d h e r e a f e w y ears ago i s still a suc cess! Jason Gittens practices his t yping techniques o n a n e w A p p i e It's the new Apple II! Belita Cargill expe r i m ents on the n e w compute rs Th e Computer Club M embe rs are Sajid Awan, J ennife r Brewer, Jay Ca ll C elso Carbone ll Sean Carson, S antos Cavazos, E il ee n da P e n a Valeri e Forster, Lydia G arrido R i c hard Gi lmore K a ti e Goodwin St eve n H o va n Paul Hurst. L ea I zb i c k i David Kuwa n o e D avid L anterm a n Jon Lavallee, J ohn H a i n e s I t ze l M anning, Chris M o r otta Rob e rt Morri s Dwi g h t M cKabney J enny Nav arro, P a t N o l a n Ange line R o wl and, Mark R ya n Ay e s h a S i diqui, M e li ssa Winford, M aribe l Le wis 27

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28 B o N J o U R L E S A M I S The French Club members are C. Skora, A. Lewis, S. Nandwani, M. Lavecchia, E. da Pena I. Manning, K. Schnack, L. Cooper, L Lou, M. Quesada, L. Pearson, M. Zamora, N. Caffrey M. Rios A. Mizarrachi, C. Carbonell, J. Leitner, F Navarro, M. Lewis, L. Chan, M Nelson, J. Barrowes, R. Chan, A G einechen, R. Cain, M. Zamora, M. Nelson The Balboa High School French Club' s main purpose is to celebrate the French culture, Over the years, the French club has been able to trave l throughout Panama in an attempt to maintain their goal. Events such as the annual fashion show and visiting downtown French establishments have been traditional of this organization_ This year, due to the political situation, many of these activities have had to be cancelled or postponed Although the French club has not been as active this year as before, they hope that next year things will be back to normaL French club member Tisha Pri c e i s s itting in amazement about their future group plans. Mrs Roa the French club sponsor is wonders why really is going o n

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PHOTOGRAPHY CLIPS T a k i n g pictures is a good way to frame your talent. This year, with the help of Mrs. White, some 1 0 to 12 students of B.H.S. have b e en able to let it shine. They have joined the Photography Club. In the club, students learn how to process, develop, and make prints from film in a workshop that is given b y Mrs. White at least twice a year. The students enjoy the challenge that is put in front of them, and they look forward to the experience that they gain. The Photog r aphy Club m embe r s a r e Loida Coop e r Fr ed D a vi s J ason Kra f e l. J o n Lavallee. Apr il Li ehr. Mi chae l Madura, P a t Nolan. Ni c k P e r ez 29

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30 I THE DRAMA CLUB I Valerie Forster and Raymond Samuels portray the leading roles in the Fall play Egad the Woman in White. The BNS Thespians are N. Woodrow. V. Forster. K Putnam, L. Izbicki, M Royo, T Nuff, C. Underwood, B Kelly, N Under, N. Lumpkin, A. Royo, C. Berrean. The Drama Club members are N. Woodrow, V. Forster, L. Izbicki. M Royo, L. Sponberg, N Under, B Kelly, A Gann, L. Thrift, N Lumpkin, M. Tutzauer, P. Nassiff, T Nuff, A. Thomas, C. Berrean, A. Royo C. Underwood, K. Putnam, T Donovant.

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Eileen da rena is thinking about new ideas for the Spanish club. Jenny Navarro is joking about Spanish club business. The sponsor of the Spanish Club is Mr. C. Vaz. The purpose of this club is to expose students to the Latin culture that surrounds Panama. The Spanish club members are lIiana R Mesa Carlos Ruiz Alejandro Royo Nicole Caffrey Eileen d a ren a Mo n ica Rios Melissa Bowman. Rodrigo Guardia. Ursula Castaneda Valerie Forster. David Blevins Ramon In c hausti. Marta Ernest. Jennifer Galang. Sergio Davis. 3 1

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32 S.A. "STUDENT ASSOCIATION" I am the S A. sponsor! The B.H.S. Student Association is made up of un' derclassmen and Seniors. The main goals of the S.A are to spend money, and to make sure that the stu' dents at B.H.S have fun. Every year at B.H.S. tl)e SA is responsible for the organization of the Homecoming activities, and they work toward establishin2 pride within the student body, The S.A. r epresentatives are A Lewi s A. Thomas, K. Steil, C. Berrean, T Huff, M. Maduro, M. Nieves, L. Sponberg. K Gomez. E. Wilde, S. Grecco, F. De Lima. D H anning A. Gann, L. Thrift, J. Navarro, S Pedkidis, J Purdy, G. Mendez, M Nelson Y. Fishbough S Davi s t h e President of the S.A

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fhe members o( the National Honor Society are M M cintire. J Rit chie K Thompson. V. forst e r M Hoffma n J Di c k e rs o n C. #edezma L. Person L. Chan, J. Brogie. S Nelson. L. Goodwin, S Nardwani. L. Cooper, J Live l y, M Zamora, A AveLaliemant. J. khulte. L. Izbicki, S. Ca les, A Mizar chi. C. Skora, I. Rodrig uezI"'1 esa C. Ruiz, J Barrowes. L. Sollami. N Woodrow. -T o be consider ed (or membership in t h e National Honor Soc i e t y you must first have a OPA 0(j.5. Your s e lectio n into the Honor Society is based o n fou r basic qualities. They are leadership, scholarship. service. and charac t e r The National Honor Society has severa l r e o sponsibilities. Eac h m embe r must sustain the hig h school standards of the societ y a t a ll times and b e a n example and mode l to their ( ellow c lass mates. The societ y as a whole must a lso have a service project. somethjng to be don e for the community. This year with the h elp o f t h e i r c lass sponsor Mrs. J Lavallee, the society was able to provide a meal for a blind school in La Boca every month. By completing this project. the NHS not onl y received experience with dealing with peopl e but they a lso gained pride in themselves (or helping others. 33

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The BIK members are Tradene D Smith. Mark Ryan Matthew Robertson, Temple Castro, Angie Mitchell. Alix Pue c h Vanessa Diaz BIK the "Balboa Involvement Klub" is a little club with a lot of heart. The club welcomed a new sponsor this year Ms. Schulte. She arrived just in time for a BIK bake-sale. The BIK members have a main goal, which is to recruit new members and to also help other clubs in any way possible, 34 President Tradene Smith and Vice President Matthew Robertson discuss BIK plans. The BIK members are discussing plans for another bake-sale.

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The Zephyrus members are Andy Thomas, Charles Thomas, Stephanie Grecco, Chris L e d ezma, Monic a Rios Bridget Kelly, Chris Berrean, Tina Donov ant. Mary Tutzauer, Lean e Thrift, and Noelle Woodrow, Ann McConnell, Harry Launder, Jennifer Schulte. Mrs. Hanson contemplates on how she is going to finish the yearbook and Zephyrus. The Zephyrus s t aff is w ondering how m any storie s th e y will have to w r i t e the m se l ves. It was a dark and stormy night when Zephyrus, the Balboa high school literary magazine, accepted the task of our own, Voltaire' s Dickens', and roes' into a lean mean writing machine. As the year progressed, the staff fought to meet the challenge, facing deadlines, rotte critiques, and sticky illustration. But even in the face of adver sary the magazine overwhelmed the odds and had its best published material e v er. 35

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36 The purpose of the Business Club is primarily to promote activities that will put students in contact with on hand experiences with the business world. The sponsor of the Business Club is Ms. D. Piper who is also chairperson of the Business Department. Mer main goal for the club is to motivate students in getting involved with business careers. Louanne Pearson assists a visitor with the new Zenith computer. The Business Club m embers are N. Martinez T Smith, L Chan, L P earson, L. Thrift, S Nandwani. L. Cooper, A Lewis V. Esposito, S Bennett. M. Carpenter, M Aramayo, R Chan, P Burke.

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E -U o rJ) ex:: o z: o :c: .....:l -o g Th e m embers oflhe B io l og ical Society are M H ayde n L. Coo p e r J Zornes S Ne l so n S N a nd w ani. V f orster M Howe ll. A A ve -Lall emant, L. Ridder T Hain es J Galang J Livel y J S chulte B K elly P Nassiff. J Brog i e L. P ea r so n S C arso n J H e nd ers on E d a P e n a K L e d ezma. L. I z bick L M Rio s M Madur o L. Pug h L. S m ith. S S a k o n 1"1 B raz l e t o n T Huff J Di c k e r s on M N e l son K Putnam N W o odrow S C obha m Y W a l c ott A Coo k sey M Bowman L. P alm. N Ca ff rey. I. Rodrigu e z J Bre w e r I. Manning A ROYo. M Lavecc hi a L. G o o dwin C. Skora f D e lim a M H off m a n M Zamo r a o -to W hose organ s are these? rf) :c: to Th e Biolog i cal Honor Society i s the club to join if you like going on trips and l eaming about t h e p l a n t and animal life i n Pan a m a This c lub sponsors man y trips to p l aces su c h as Barro Colorado I s land, S ummit Gardens a n d eve n Gorgas Hospital. The cl u b welcomed two new sponsors this year, Mr. and Mrs Se i tz w h o both work in the s c ience department. 37

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38 SADD sponsor Mrs. Othon is discussing future plans with member Arlene Weeks. -The purpose of the SADD pro gram is to organize students to combat one of the major killers of their age groupdeath due to drinking and driving. The SADD chapter of B H.S. has been in ex Istence since 1988. but it be came fully activated this year. SADD is a proven lifesaving pro gram because it is student moti vated : Students believe in the concept of not drinking and driv ing. this is the message they bring to their fellow teens. The program promotes positive peer pressure. The SADD members are Eileen da Pena Arlene Weeks Angie Snyder, Jennifer Galang, Stephanie Grecco, Eugene Monaghan, Jean Purdy Katie Goodwin, and not pictured are Marisol Zamora, Tradene Smith

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Close-Up members are Juan Barrowes. Melissa Bowman. James Dickerson. Valerie Paul Hurst. Bridget Kelly. Susan Nelson. Andy Thomas. and Kim Thompson. Close-Up is a week long program that allows a selected group of students to experience the United States Govt. in action. Throughout the school year, the money that the students raise by fund raising and donations is used in order to pay for this long and meaningful trip to Washington D.C. :lose-Up sponsor Mrs. Sosa is getting pre .ared for the long trip to Washington. Lisa Goodwin is helping Close-Up member Sus a n Nelson sell T-shirts in order to make money for the trip. 3 9

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40 P A R A K E E T L E T T E R M E N C L U B .. '"' ",,' , '""' '"' _''' "'"' """ ." ",,,,, "" ," ,,"",m""m c l ass. T his is th e c l ass t hat we have all com e to kno w as t h e P a rakeet s taff. Th e n e w s p a p e r come s out j tim es a y e a r a n d covers everything f rom J ust Ca u se to w h o s directing the l a test play. Although the Journalism class i s re sponsi b l e for most of t h e wo r k oth e r pupils contrib u te their time a n d articles. an t hey a lso deserve credit as well. T h e member s of t h e Parakeet staff are N Barker. S Benne t t. R Boyl e A Baumga r d n e r A Bu v al. S. Ca l es L Cantu, J. Ca rbon ell, B Cargi ll B. Coffey, K. Coop e r B. Ga r cia J Gitte n s H Gonzal ez K K elly E K in g V. M ed i a n o E. Moore, B Pollard, M Rodri g u ez J. Val e n cia E Wash b urn. T h e m e mbers o f t h e Lettermen club are L I zbic k i B. K elly A Gann, C. S k o r a S. Jich a J. Navarro, C. Quintero, L. Thrift, K Goodwin. Besides bein g read y to sell letterm e n jackets, a n d swea t ers t h e B.H.S. Lettermen club i s the r ea l jock" h a ngout! T h e Letterm e n club was indeed s u ccess ful aga in this year.

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l Mrs. Sosa and Ms Manchester are the Senior class sponsors. Mr. Chen i s t h e man beh i n d t h e Soph om ore scene When s the next activity? Where s it going to be at? What' s our class sponsoring now? From time to time you' ve probably heard these various questions being asked. But do you really know the faces behind the scenes? They' re the class sponsors, and they' re here to make sure your high school days are the ones that you will surely want to remember for the rest of your lives. Mrs. Alvarado and Mr. Young are the two people in charge of the Junior scene. 41

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James Dickerson the battalion commander of the JROTC program honors a fellow cadet. "Drop and give me 50 push-ups!" "Now dirtbag!" There is nothing like the respect of a man in uniform. Not only do they have a field a plethora of overly accurate names like Ranger Rick 0.1 Joe, but they must handle the rigors of be coming a junior officer. JROTC "We salute you." thank you for your dedication. The company commander of Alpha company is Karla Knox and the Cadets are L. Oakley. T. Denley, J Jackson E. Gordon. R. George. L. V eliz. B. Sollami, R. Green, Y Cassell. S. Lord. e. Cardenas. J Joesph. D. Fisher. F. J ordan. M N e lson. P Penalver. D. Walla ce. e. Welch P Lenmark. 42 t, -,. ( -C -The company commander of Bravo company is John Caton and the Cadets are J Benjamin, A Everett, E. Washburn. A. Antongiorgi, D Lyons. e. Carbonell. e. White. I. Thomson. J Clark, V Layne. R. Martinez, M. Niev es. A Hernandez, Y. Santamaria, K Lee D. Brown. e. Johnson.

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The members of Charlie Company are D Hanning R Latrell. G Espinosa, M Bustamonte, L. Clark, E. Merriweathe r K Arce, J. Cain N D 'Angelo, W. Nevin O. Ga lang, J Zornes, I. M anning S. fitzgeral d A C harri s A. Everitt. I. Shoemaker, L. Sollami, S Conwa y and M elida Caton. JROTC The ceremonial Color Guard of BHS stand at attention during one of our many school activities. The members of the Color Guard are C jPFC A Hernandez, C jPFC R Green, C jPFC A Bowler, C jPFC Celso Carbonell, C jSSG Francisco Velasquez. C j MSG Manue l Love is showing his fellOW cadets how to do a real push-up. .--... -:: .: .... The members of Delta Company are H Launde r M Weinrich, Herrera, Bodkin, G. Garrido, A l va rado, A Bowler, O. Mora l es M. Rob e rts D Willi s Nissenbaum, D Codrington J. Rio s G floria, C. Lopez, Vergara J. Catro, C. Bennett, Brown. f Davis, D Johnston, R. Dhaliwal. C. Pearson, f. W illiams M Love, J Oakley and J McCormac k. 43

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4 4 UNDER THE GUN. The BHS bushmasters are com-manded by C /2nd Lt. Karla Knox and Juan Borras. Other members include Luis Oakley Justina Jackson. Francisco Velasquez. and Joseph C lark. The BHS rifle team is commanded by C /2nd Lt. Jeffrey Zornes and C / SFC Tony Portella. Other members include Nick D Anello. Shawn Fitzgerald. Jimmy McCormack. Edgardo Chong. Moises Cohen. Jose Castro. Larry Veliz Celso Carbonell. Paul Lenmark. Ronald Green. David Fisher. Deika Wallace. The BHS drill team is commanded by C / CO.L. Sollami and C / XO S Carson. Other members include D Wallace. B. Sollami. I. Manning. O. Galang G Garrido. C. Cardenas. E Merriweather. J. McCormack. S Fitzgerald.

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The BHS JROT C Staff consists of Roy P inzon, Sean Carson, Diana Merriweather, James Di ckerson, James Ritchi e, Carlos Nieves, Mi chael Snider, Juan Borras, Louann e Pearson and Yvanronex Disla The men that are in charge of making the BHS JROTC program go are SFC Puryear, SGT Sanchez, and SGT Fendwick. C /lLt. Sean Carson is giving C ISGT Fred a counseling statement. 45

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4 6 Kara and Wilma take time out to pose for a quic k shot. Sli c k Nikk and E a rl with his funky c url. Shine those pearl y ,,,hit e s l Andria. Chris and CanuteWhat a combination. bac k row-Jos h Russell Chris Skora. Jay Call Craig Meyer David Wertz middle row-Ear l Dame. Canute Underwood. Brandy Pollard. Tradene Smith. Kara Ewan. front row-Kris-We're havin g big fun now! Aren t we cute!? t in e Fox Kristin Braaten. Andria Ruddock. Wilma Diaz l1eather Lumpkin. Brandy l1uff and not pictured i s Nikk Perez. T hi s years year book staff gal off t o a s l ow s tart b ut with t h e h ard work tim e and d e dicatio n o ( all the s tud e nts a nd M s H a n so n It h as out g reat. Whe n yo u l oo k throu g h thi s boo k w e h ope you r e m embe r t h e goo d tim es the b ad t h e de f eats a n d l oses but m os t of all r e m e mb e r your frie n ds Whe n nippin g throu g h these pages you w ill n otice i t's t rul y A Diff e r ent Ang l e,"

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50 HALL OF FAME MR. AND MISS B.N.S. Mr. and Miss BHS is one of the most important categories and is the students' favorite, The students chosen this year are Torrey Gragg and Tradene Smith, ''I'm glad to be acknowledged by my peers," says Torrey; and Tradene replied I feel that I'm an inspiration to my class!"

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Representing the Best Dressed category are Fernando Quesada and Christine Yanes. "It m a k es me feel like I have to get up every morning and worry abou t how I m going to dress," says Christina. On th e other h and, Fer n ando says, I don' t dress to impress people so it was a big honor; it was embarrassing but I was very surprised, The two you always see c hatting in the hall are Stella Petkidis and C h e Buval; they were se lected as being the friendliest students in BHS. "To be h o nest I was shocked when I found out that I got Most Friendliest. I am re ally h appy that peo pl e thought of me," says Stella, I feel honored that I got chosen," says Che. Who could be the funniest in class to you ? This year's Class Clowns are Brandy Coffey and Yvonne Fish bough. Brandy exclaimed, "It made me so happy I got tromms'" And then Yvonne replied, I laughed because I thought it was a joke' 51

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They are not class clowns but just a wild and crazy pair. Most Outrageous are Marisol Anglada and Jermaine Puryear. Marisol exclaimed, ''I'm happy that my fellow peers find me outrageous because personally, that' s how I feel! Meanwhile, Jermaine said, I think it's kind of outrageous that I got 't' 52 Even though they are not a couple, Doug Haning and Kristina Stromberg were picked as Best Looking. When asked how he felt, Doug replied, I feel like I didn' t deserve it, but I was shocked when I got nominated. I though it was a mistake when I won!" The Senior class chose Leonard Sollami and Susan Nelson as the Most Intellectual of BHS. Leonard remarked, "At first I wCjs awestruck, and then reality set in. Boy, did I feel good. It was an honor."

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, A .-\ , \ The students e lected for being best in sports are Ryan Coon and Ana Cooksey Most Athletic, Ryan says 'Tm honored. There are so many other qualified guys; it coul d have been any of them. Now I'm more conscious of the example I'm setting." Ana says I fee l honored by my c lassmates, and I thank them for it. Most Dependabl e this year are Tim Huff and Paulette Nassiff. Tim s ays "Hooah! I m g l ad to be re cognized for people trusting i n me. And Paulette sa y s I expe rien c ed a great feeling wh e n I found out I had been e l ected. It's good to know my classmates feel the y can d e p end on me. Thanks!" The students showing the most spirit are Lisa Goodwin and Sergio Davis Lisa reo plied, I feld proud to be recognized for the hard work I do for our class. 53

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54 Wouldn t you like to be voted for having the most talent by your c l ass mates? Most Talented this year is Margot Howell and Robert Smith. Margot exclaimed, "It was a shock to me when I heard my name announced, but I'm g l ad peopl e thought of me." Also, Robert says I was excited! I'm happy that stu dents think of me as Most Ta lent ed. The students who received the title of Most Likely to Succeed were rec. ognized for their hard work. Mei. Ling Lavecchia and Juan Barrowes were sel ected this year. "Knowing that my class has high hopes in me and my ability it has given me the incentive to try my best to s u c c eed in my future endeavors," says Mei. Ling. And Juan replied, "It's good to know that my peers think highly of me."

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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS My main job as Senior Class President has been to pull the Senior class together in spirit and in its activities. So far I think we have had a great year and shown that the class of 1990 is the best!" Lisa Goodwin My personal accomplishments have been finishing the year. being Vice President, helping our President Lisa Goodwin, and making sure I was always a helping hand. My social accomplishments are what I am thankful for. I got to meet a lot of people (Seniors) I never knew and those that I already knew became great friends. And these friendships are always remembered through the years. Pallas Burke As I look back at my senior year as Secretary I remember the great times I ve spent with all my friends, and I always think back to the fun moments spent at the Senior Receptionist and the Christmas Formal. These are memories I'll never forget. I wish you all the best of luck. God bless." Nichole Starnes 5 5

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Aguilar, Nedelka Y. Alanis Jr., Arturo Alonzo, Michelle L. Alvarado, Teofilo J Anglada, Marisol Awan, Sajid A. Barker, Natasha Barnes, Kevin M. Barrowes, Juan A Bennett Shahira M. B errean, Christophe r P Bleau, V eronica A 56

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Boldt, Heather M. Borras, Juan E. Brazelton, Michael A Breebaart, Sophie Brogie, Jackie D. Bumgardner, Angela G Burke, Pallas L. Buval, Che Cantu, Luis K. Carbonell, Jose Angel Cargill, Bersilia Carpenter, Marilyn C. 57

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Carson, S ean E. Castro, Ricardo D Caton Jr" John N. Cavazos Ill, Santos Chan, Lynn Cristina Chandler, Julissa J Chavoya III Manuel Cobham, Sharon J. Codrington, Dorinda E Coffey Brandy l G 58 Cooksey, Analioska J. Coon, R yan B

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Cooper, Kimberly J. Cooper, Loida M. Cordoba, Marcos Dame, Earl J. Dauzat Jessie J. Davis, Sergio Davis, Shannon C. De La Guardia, Jairo De La Guardia, Rodrigo De Luca, Karla Delima, Frank J. Dickerson II James A 5 9

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Disla Yvanronex E. Dixon, Gilberto G. Donnelly, Robert C. Donovant, Tina M. Douglas, Bradley A Dunn, Katrina D Elley, Jennifer A. Ellis, Colleen M Ender, Jennifer L. 60 Escalera, Kathy Falcon, Ashley Fishbough, Yvonne M

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Flowers Tijuana D Forster, Valeri e Fo x Kristine L Gann Mason W. Garcia Angela M. Garrido, Laura E. George II Willie M. Gilmore, Richard E Gittens, Jason G onzalez Ricardo A Goodwin, Lisa E Gragg Torrey M. 61

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Haeusser, Valerie L. Haines III John L. Haning, Douglas M Harper, William S. Harvey, Michelle A. Hattabaugh, Carlos Herrera, Lisandro Higley, Leticia C. Hoffman, Michael V Hovan, Steven M. Howell, Margot A. Huff, Elizabeth B. 6 2

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Huff, T imothy C. Jemmott Jermaine J. Jones, Enrique Keller, Lieu A Kemp, David A Kirby, Karen T Knox, Karla I. Krapf] Shirley E La Caze Michael R. Lamer, Joseph Scott Lavecchia, MeiLing M Leckey, Kimberly R 63

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Ledezma Christine L e wis Alicia I. Little, Courtlend Love Manual Machazer Michelanjhela Mangum, Laurie S Marotta Christopher J. McConaughey, Leann McIntire, Mark D McManigal Morris S 64 McNeill Erika Lashae Mediano, Vicki

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Merriweather, Diane Carmen Meyer Craig S. Mizrachi, Alberto Monson, Teresa A. Moore, Elaine N. Nakasu, Takahiro Nandwani, Sharmila U. Nassiff, Pa u I ette M. Naum, James M. Navarro, Deydamia M Neely, Zenia Nelson, Susan 65

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Nesbitt, Carl Neto, Mercedes N ieves Carlos Manuel Oakley Jr., Luis O Ortiz, Carmen Pearson Louanne M. Perez Nicholas A Petkidis, Stella M Phosa Suwit Pollard, Brandy Portela, Antonio O Powell Judith D. 66

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Pugh, Laura L. Puryear, Jermaine E Putnam, K i m T. Quesada, Fernando Reyes Lely s E. Ridao, John P Riley, James S Ritchie V James L. Ritchie, Julia S Rocha, Renee R Royo, Alejandro A. Ruddock, Andria L. 67

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Ruiz, Carlos C. Ruiz Ki r a Russell Joshua H. Sakon, Saku Samuels, Marelisa P. Sasso, Bryan A. Schulz, Stanley E. Scott, Marcia F Serrano, Deneiria L. Smith, Lisa D. Smith, Roberto A Smith, Tradene D 68

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Snyder, Angela M. Sollami, Lenard Spencer, Shanna M. Stahlman, Jill M. Stames, Nichole M. Steil Kevin J, Stromberg, Kristine N Thomas, Andrew S. Thomas, Charles A. Thomasson, Wayne A. Thompson, Kimberly M. Thompson, Pamela N 69

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Tremblay, Martin A Tsugane, Eriko Tweed, Scott A Underwood, Canute C. Underwood, Kenneth L. Urriola, Juan R. Velasco, Fernando Velasco, Kerry Justin Velez, Javier O. Vinson III, Freddie Vowell, Amy E. Walcott, Yolette L. 70

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Waldron, J ulian J. Warner, Vannette P. Washburn, Elsa M. Weade Jason M Weeks Arleen B Williams, John G. Williams Jr., Fernando A. Winters, Shannon L. Womble, Bryan K Woodrow, Noelle Yanes Christina M. Zaldivar, Sarah M. 71

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Zamora, Marisol Zornes, Jeffrey New ARRIVALS Castaneda, Ursula Paradiso, Jerrod L. 72 Price, Tisha PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE Adams, Jr" Arturo Allen, Delayca Anderson, Michelle Baker, Roger L. Be Dore, Eddie A. Brown, Bredio Browne, Erika Lynn Cantu, Dennis A. Daniel. David A Diaz John R. Fleming, Mark S. Garcia Belisario A Gonzalez H Ricardo O Groom Jr" Lawren c e K. H eeres James R. Johnson, Carol Lee Johnson, Stephe n R Keller, James J. King, Erika C. Lanterman, David J Launder II Harry S. Mirrop, Michael Ng Roberto A Peck David B Rios Ismael Roger Lizzette Roman, Ruth Serrano, Den eiria L. Sierra, Ricardo Loida Cooper, Sharmila Nandwani, and Alicia Lewis share a quiet moment and discuss future plans.

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" Isn t there any more food?" questioned Tradene, Feeling guilty, Shannon? Steven Hovan Such a sweet. innocent boy! Kevin "Lips" Steils Kristine Stromberg and Shannon Davis with neve r ending smiles, 73

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1 74 1 Colleen Ellis 2. Tradene Smith 3. Brandy Pollard, 4 Marisol Anglada S. Brandy Muff 6. Angela Snyder 7 Takahiro Nakasu B S ean Carson 9. Andria Ruddoc k to. Nichole Stames 11. Lisa Smith 12. Leanne Pugh 13. Stella Petkidis 14. Amy Vowell I S Natasha Barker 16. Kristine Fox 17. Shanna Spencer lB. Judith Powell 19. Laurie Mangum 20. Tina Donovant 21. Yolette Walcott 22. Noelle Woodrow 23. Margot Mowell 24. Craig Meyer 2S. Kim Putnam 26. Shirley Krapfl 27. Canute Underwood 2B. James Ritchie

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Angie. Kare n and Pea ches; the threesome at the Senior Re ception. Now w e are playing with th e boys! What are you looking at. Jennifer? Bored Brandy! Seniors vote yay for graduation. 75

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78 FOREV ER YOUNG 1990. 1. Curiosity d i d n t kill the cat; my car d id. 2. God created man, then he rested. God created wom-an and no one has rested s ince. 3. I f you can read this thank a teacher. 4. Sm uggling. It's more than a job. It's an adventure. 5. Join t h e army, travel to exotic d istant lands, meet new people and kill them. 6. I f you love something set it free I f it doesn t come back, hun t i t down and kill it. 7. When t h e goin g gets tough, t h e tough buy an Uzi. 8. Bombs for peace. 9 I f t hey can send one man to the moon why can t they se n d t h e m al l ? What Graduati o n means for me? 1. Going away to face the rea l world, then coming back at C h r istmas to face my fan tasy. Brandy Huff 2. A new beginning. I coul d use i t! Andria Ruddock 3. It means it's time to throwaway the teether. Earl Da m e 4. It mean s t h e end to good t imes and t h e begi nning of more good t imes. Canute Underwood 5. Leavi n g a delin q u e n ts pa radise to a l ife of responsi b ility. Andy T h o m as 6. I t means leaving Panama and moving on to b igger and better things. Tradene Smi th 7. End of a good life Cra i g Meyer 8 It means t here i s a God! Brandy Pollard 9. Leavi n g the Canal Zone What a bad t h o u g h t. Kristine Fox

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The juniors S how their c lass spirit b) displaying banners through out the .school Anderson, Sherri R Antongiorgi, Axel F. Aramayo, Marjorie S Ascano Mar i a The resa Atkinson, Tonya Alyce Ave-L a ll emant, Alies h a R Ba lyeat, Ca th e rin e E. Banasic k Mi c hael F. Bennett, David C. Berry, Mi c h e ll e T. Blevins Dav i d E. Bowman, Mel i ssa M 80 I .. . I.. tr; Ii I -

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-j --, "-- Boyd, Deborah M. Boyle Rosemary Braaten, Kristin Brayton, Kristy Brewer, Jennifer D. Brown, Luis Carlos Burns, Angela M. Bustamante-Herrero. Manuel Buval Anick Caffrey Nicole M. Cales, Sara M. Ca ll. Jay D. Campbell, Antonio R Carr, Edilma M Carson, Rashell L. Carter, James A. 81

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Castro. Jose D. Caton. Melida Y Cerrud. Carmen Chan. Roberto Charris. Agustin B. Chauvin. Fred P. Chauvin. Yvette J. Chen. Chun-Ming Cochran. Bradley L. Colteryahn. Keylah E Cooksey. Gilbert L. Cordero. Freddie 82 A LOOK AT OUR LEADERS -. I ) \ --

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, ) Q .. . ,. . . \ . ( ) Da Pena Eil een Davis Reggie Denham. Jeani e Diaz Adriano E. Diaz Wilma L. Dixon, Fernando F. Dunn, Abdul Y Ellis Luis B. Ernest, Marta E Espinosa, Gilberto Esposito, Vanessa M Euson, Federico Jr. Everitt, Aidan M Ewan Jennifer A. Fabrega Rafael E. Finn IV Albert F.

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CLASS RINGS In 1835 at the West Point US Military Academy, the idea of using class rings was put to use. Since then, the popularity of these rings has rapidly increased. Juniors and Seniors all over the world proudly wear their class rings as a symbol of graduation and moving towards new heights. Fitzgibbons Tina M Flumach Pamela G. Ford Julee C. Fox Darren B. Galang Jennife r P Gann, Ashl ey L. Garrido Lydia D Gayle Vielka G. George Rafael M Gordon Eleonor F. Groom, Ric hard K Haines Tanya L. 84 7

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. -. I ) / "\ .... r -r Haning. John H Harper. Robert G. Harrington, Kathryn A. Hattabough. Gladys Hayden, Michelle J Helin, Stephanie M. Henderson, Philip Herrera, Edwin R Holland, Eric Howe, Scott J. Hue Yaira Del C. Hurst. Heather A. Hurst. Paul W. Inchausti. Carlos R Islas. Cassandra Islas, Zandra

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Izbicki, Aaron A Izbicki, L e a N Jackson. James III Jackson. Justina C. James, Nan c y N Jicha. Shemayne F Johnston, Chastity Ann Josephs-Clark, Karima Josephs-Clark, Khaladi Keiser, Nicole E Kelley, Kathleen A Kelly, Bridget B. Kinugasa, Gengo Kirkland, William A Kluza Christopher W Krapfl Jason I. 86

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# --Our class sponser Mrs. Alvarado. 87

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Kuwanoe David M K y l e Paul T. Lang, Theodore Lawrence, Lione l A. Layne, Vanessa M Levy I van L. Lipke, Aaron Livel y J ennifer Loc k e Dian e Lumpkin, H eather J. Maattala Jill Maduro, Mi chae l J. 88 -. Jeffand James Naum showin g their BROTHER LY LOVE : TA DAH! It's Axel Antongiorgi!

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-. ) ) too excited about being in school, "Git'it-girls" : Wilma Diaz yaira Hue Caey and Zandra Islas pose for a pic. I ) \ -, \ Manning, Itzel Y Martinez, Nayat A Matheney, Alan G Matthews, Ann F M cConnell, Ann M. McConnell, Margaret Ann McCormack Jr., Jimmie L. McGuinness, Scott A. Mecham, Tiffany R Mena, Wanda S. Mendez, Gabriel E. Meyers, F 89

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Mokill o Rod erick J. Monaghan, Eugene M. Moral es Martin O. Moreno Jessica Morris III Robert E. Nelson, Mary E. Nev i n William H. N i eves Roberto C. Nissenbaum, Mi cheal Q. Nolan, Patri c k L. O liver, Chri s t y L. Olton Jr" Ronaldo A 90 The bell rings and Stephanie H elin i s off to ce l ebrate her 17th birthday. ) Jay Ca ll and Tiffany Mecham are h appy just to spend a li tt l e time together at lunc h

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Rod r i g u ez, Jario R. Rod r i g u ez M y rn a Luz Rodri g u ez ,Mesa lliana Roque M atth ew B Rosa-Ma ldonado. Maritza Row land. A ngeline T. Sak o n K e i ta Sal aza r R i ca rdo E. San c h ez Hect o r N Santa mari a Yess i ca E. San tiago. Eduardo J. II Santos. Art Jason Q Sasso Lisa A S chulte Jen n i f e r J 92 S cott. Davi d A S evon. Mark A ) ) I I

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r e Shaikh. Nadia B Skora. Christopher M Snell. Pame l a Snider. Michael Lee Soler. A lice J Soto. Rudy R. Stad ler. Christopher Stirling. Alexander Swee n ey Jennifer L. Szymanski III. Frederick F Taylor. Linda S Testa Carlos A. 93

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Thomson, Ivette N Thrift, L e anne E Torres, Daniel Trapp, Bethany R, Twohy, Kara K. Ve l iz Larry C. Ventura, C lark G. Vidinha Amber M Villamil, Alexis S. Villarreal, Gisel a I. Walcott. Andrea Walker, Kimberly A. Wata nabe, Naoki Watkins, Li a nn e M, Webster Jr .. Hube rt B. Weeks, Me li ssa M. 94 -, 'J .1-' ..... j -

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\ Weinri c h Mi chae l C. W elsh, Nathanie l Westgat e Jame s Wheeler, St e ven W White Anita M White Christophe r L. Wilde, Charlotte A Willis Duane L. Wilson, Juliet E. Winford, M elissa J Wood Brian J Youngs, Lamar R JUNIORS NOT PICTURED Bowler, Angel L Brennison, Lewis Charles Brooks, Leonardo A, Casperson, Julie Cerrud, Michelle Crusoe, R ya n R, Estripeaut Mi chelle M, Griffin, Melina L. Guerrero, Dea M, Guillen Ortiz, Waldo E Kraphl, Jennifer L, Maattala, Denise R, Merriweather, Elisa Carmen Morgan, Roy C. Naum, Jeff D, Rivera Ana Rosa Rivera Anayansi Roman, Eliezer Sierra, Ricardo A, Waller, Rodulfo A Welch Claudette C. Wertz David 9S

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Spirit was the name of the game for the c l ass of 9 2 This was no eas y task considerin g the events of this very stres sfu l year. Goliaths in a class of Davids, Myra Y vette, and Jean carried their class s traight t o the top! Excelling to th eir limits these hardworking and determined students are compliments to their class. When we asked Myra about being class president she replied, '"rve had a lot offun and gained a lot of experience from being president. I hope to have raised sophomore spirit and made this year fun Alonzo Jose A Alvardo. Rub e n E. Amedee Walter Arce Kimberl y J. Arias Teodoro A III Arosemena. Al exander M. Bak e r Mic h e le K Barker, Enrique 100 -Pr es id ent. Myra Niev es; Vicepresident, Yvette Wilde ; secretary. Jean Purdy. ,

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\ -" t ) \ / , \ ( Beattie. J a m es w Benjamin. Jonathan Bennett. Carlos A. Berger. Rach e l J Betrisey. Steven Blaney. Alle n G. Boyd. Carol yn C. Briem. Les l ey E. Brigman. Mia C. Brigman. Tia C. Bristol. Carl B. Brown. D 'Ann M. Brown. Dana Bruhn. Malia O. Butler. Shawn M. Caffrey Bryan P. Cain. James D. Cain. Robin L. Cairo. Luis N Caldwell. Armanda D. 101

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1 0 2 Callahan. Chad M. Cantu. Jerry S. Carbonell. Celso A. Cardenas. Carlos Cardenas. William Casira Michelle C. Casse ll Yamicka Castaneda Lisa M. Castro. Temple J. Chong. Edgardo A. Chugani. Kiran M. ( Guess what Alex Arosemena did? You got it! He got caught. and now h e must pay the price of shining the senior plaque.

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, I I ,; C larke. Donaldo Conway. L e nwood 5 Jr. Cook. Christopher J. Cox. Marie A D A n ello N icolas A Da Pen a Ramon Davis Fredrick 5 Dean Shei l a De Leon. R ufin o A Denley. Timothy L. Dhaliwal. Rattan 5. D i az Van essa A Docherty Patrick 5. Droste C h ristian F Dugan. Brian Eckerle. C laudin e M Eckerl e Karen A Elizandro. Angela R Ellis. Thomas L. Ferguson. Matthew E. 103

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104 Figueroa, Jason Finch Corey R F isher, David B F i tzge r a l d Shawn P. F loria, Germain e M. Fo n g, Alberto E. Fonken, Jennifer S. Frey Bryan M. Ga l a n g Oliver P Galvez, Belkis M Garcia, Maria E. Garcia, Ta n ya M. Gardener, Darnyl R. Jr. Garrido Gabri e l A G eorge, Amiri C. Gomez, K e rry L. Gonzal ez Eve l yn Gonzal ez Tiffany Gonzalez, William Goodwin, Kathryn M v.:.--... \ ) I '\ f , It I

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) '/ \ . f, What' s wrong with this picture? --Graham, Chad O Grecc o Stephanie A Green, Ronald L. Jr. H anna Jon D Hattabaugh, Julia Hauser, Joy M Heinichen, AnneLiese K. Helm, Cristin e C. H e n ry Jason Hernandez, Angie Herrera, Manuel A Higginbotham, Monika L. 105

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The exh uberant faces of Claudine, Kerry, Lee Ann, and Karen grace t h e halls on the first day of schoo l. 106 Hi g l ey, Wendy J Hill, D i na L. Hill, Garry B. Horn, Esther E. Hovan, C hristopher B. Howe, Jeremy J Howell, Ed mund W Huff, Allison J. Hu l ick, James Ingram Moniqu e L. Jackson Euri ca Jenkins, Aileen D. -i .... -. -, -! I J

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Jobe, John H. Jones, Jennifer L. Jordan, Freddie B K eiser, Kevin J. K emp, Bryan G Lavallee, Jon M Lawson, Gwendolyn Lebron, Namor L eClare, Edgar Lee Kare n J. Leggett. William D. Lehner, Juan F L eitner, Julie Lewis Maribe l I. Liehr, April M. Lincoln, Patri c k L. II Lipman, Da v id L. Locust. Kalina N. Lopez, Cenira Lord, Shannon B l07

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Lou. Lidia E. Love Jose A Luttrell. Robert J Maddox. Margaret E Manjares Ernesto C. Jr. 108 MarreroLopez. Ana C. Marti nez. Christi an E. Martinez R icardo A. Mason Kedar Matos Natasha McConnell. Judy M. McCoy Brandon S. I \ )t / I J When the dust settles after a hard workout and a tough game. what do you have l eft? Some of Balboa High School's best cheer leaders are sophomores. These beautiful young ladies have literally cartwheel ed them se l ves into the limelight and have dazz l ed audiences at games. W i th their brilliant smil es this peppy cheering section will be sure to lead their class to future greatness!

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. \ McDaneld Richard S McGill Donna M McKabney. Dwight D. McMillian. John Merrill. Melinda Milanes Loren a C. Mitchell Ange l a M. Molina. Rita Morales. Giselle E. Morales. Manuel Morris. Casey R. III Morrissey Tristi an M. Mowrly Amy C. Mulas. Laura Muse Yira Y Myers Daniel Navarro, Fab iola I. Navarro, Jeniffer L. Ne lson, T h eresa M Nieves Mayra E. 109

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110 Nixon, Rosalina Norton, Tabitha Oakl e y Jaime G O l es Paula A Laura M Bryan F Joy H Ai l een J. Vi cki S Naomi U. Olton, Yanick G. Orte ga Orlando Peff e r D eanna Pen alve r Pedro F PROS "There' s more guys to choose from." "Having a car:' "Leaving the othe rs behind:' No more little kids." "Competition between c lasses. "Not being in Junior High'" THE PROS AND CONS OF BEING A SOPHOMORE CONS I feel like a little kid." "There' s nothing wrong with being a sophomore" "Being the youngest. .. Being at the bottom of the pile again" "Being the lowest class." "Being a Sophomore'"

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Laura and IIleanna take a step further in ed ucation by c Olrrectina a love letter After all. three heads are better than one! J Perez Charles E. Perez Edwardo Perry Robert S. Jr. Pet erse n Rac h e l A Pet e rsen Rebecca A. Pue c h Alix Purdy Diana J. Queza d a Maria I. Quintero. Carlos B Ramirez Angeli c a G. R eed Christopher Rigby. Dwight F Rios. Jenny Itzel Rios Mich ea l A. 111

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112 Rit chie, Bette M Rivera Christin a E, Riv e ra Naika Rivera Rolando Rivera, Shani Jo Roberts, Marcus E. Robertson Matthew E Rodaniche, Eva n M Roldan, Kri stina K Ro ssa n A lexandra K Royo, Melissa De l C. Ruffer Kristina M. Ruiz Giannina A. Ruth J ess i ca A, Templ e C" Rosalina N Lorena M. "Chip Chat."

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/ S hann o n N icovanna B. S hoem a ker, IIl ea n na S iddiqi. Ayesh a A, S ingh Harchan d J ) I Rya n Mark H. Sabori e Pr iscilla Saddlemi re Christi na M Sal Y Rosas Eduardo Samson R i c h a r d A, San c h ez Jessi ca M. San c h ez-Mac h aze k Ma ri e n e l a Sasagawa Y utaka Sc haw, Jessica M. Schulz Wilfo r d E Scott. M itch ell L. Sessio n s Davi d C. Dieka Wallace, William Leggett. S hani R i ve r a S h annon Lord, Jose fin a T ejada, a n d Fab i o l a Navarro climb to the top for a bett e r view! 113

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114 r Soph o mores enter Balboa High Sc hool with fresh smiles, eagern ess, and onl y a small amount of apprehension, Handling Seniors' pranks isn t the easi est task, but they' ve taken it in stride! The youngest membe rs of the school grow and progre ss over the year, and when it comes to an end, they are tough but mellowe d students who are rea d y to tackle any feat! Jimmy, Chad, Chris, Amiri. and Jose claim, I could get used to this!" Are n t we thrilled to get to c l ass Jenny, Lisa and Nata s h a? Jessi ca says, "Whatcha talkin' about? I know I'm cute!"

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r Shannon says ''I'm gonna p ump you up!" Chad says "Yo babe, what's up?" I think you need to stop!" says Laura to Steve, Jean and Y i ra express, "No mas espanol You've been snagged Robin! 11S

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116 Smith, Shannon L. Soto, Angel a Sponbe rg L ee Ann Spragg, Stephanie O. Spurlock, Ernest A. Stadler, Elizabeth Stern, Vicki D Strong, Douglas C. Tartaglia, Adela R Tassell, Michele S. Taylor, David L. Jr. Tejada, Josefina N. Thomasson, Tara L. Tible r Nancy L. Toppin, Kare n N. Tutza u e r Mary J. SOPHOMORE SAYINGS I am queen" A ,J. "Excuse Me," K.G I be saying." J.O. "Do I look o.k.?" c.c. I love Jim Morrison" A.V. "Where' s your spirit?" M .N., J.P., Y .W. Eso cambia!" J,L. "Animo!" C.Q. ''I'm rad!" T.E. ''I'm not an airhead!" K ,R, I am too taller than you!" S, F, ''I'm vexed." A .H, ''I'm lost." A.W "Let's cool chill this place." M ,H. -f

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Weeks III. Kenneth H Walsh Brenda L. Ward Fernando F, Walcott. Nichelle Wall Angilee Wallace Deika Unger Naomi L. Val e n cia Jessie M Vallarino, Sussan C. Velasquez Augusto V elasquez, Frencisco D V e rgara Jazmin A. Villamil, Brenda M Vowell Alison M fe A.K.A, -Smooth-faced inquistors Do Homework When not playing Nintendo, Eat Lunch When allowances allow it. Think it's cool to -Hang out with the Seniors! Biggest Question Where s the Plaque? Tell-tale sign -Sophomores carry maps along with a book bag_ Class Attendence -In class more than the upperclassmen combined! Natural Enemies -Usually Seniors, parents, and everyone else! Personal Philosophy -Let's eat at Anthony's because the Seniors do! How are we going to get there? Quote of the Year -Not tonight. I have homework? 117

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118 Wheeler. Kimbe rl y D. Whitt. Ear l E III Wilde. Yvette M Wil ey Richard Wombl e. Michael S. Wood. Scott Worth Christopher ) SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED. A l varez. India Az carate. Ricardo J. Batulis Brett M Bodkin. Jose A Brunne r Adam W C lark. Louis J. Hadin g S heldon M. Joseph. Jaime J Kitras. Mario C. Lewter. Aaron T Lopez. Hans Lyons. Dana CLASS Maxwell. Henry A Mckay. John A Morris. Charl es H Park Dong Suk Pier ce. Gregory M Thomas. Gregory M Tusado. Javier Watanabe. M ichio Weeks Douglas W ilson. Shannon Yoshimoto. Kohsuke OF 1992

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ADMINIST 1-_ - J TION Ernest Holland, Principal Ros emary Wright Assistant Principal Elaine Lewis Assistant Principal 120 TO BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL STU DENTS The 1989-90 school year has been exciting for both the students and the staff at Balboa High SchooL As students, you will have fond memories of the stress ful conditions (Delta, Charlie, Code II etc.) at BHS, These experiences will mold and shape your future careers and provide you with quality reminiscing time of BHS. Our world needs citizens that can function well under stressful conditions and who can meet challenges with a positive attitude. As BHS students, the staff has confide n c e in you and your ability to fu n c t ion well in the future. Ernest W Holland Principal

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OFFICE STAFF LILIA DE ROMERO Sylvia de Baptiste Guillermo Stevens RETIRED The 1990 Zonian wishes to thank Mrs Lilia Romero for her dedicated service to the students and to the faculty of Balboa High School from 1985 until 1990. Mrs Romero was originally employed by the Canal Zone Division of Schools. Before coming to Balboa High school as the head secretary. she was employed by the Department of Defense Dependents Schools in the Regional Headquarters of the Director. Mrs Romero knew all of the policies and the regulations. She was skilled in office management and on the computer a very efficient lady. who will be misse d by all. She has r etired in order to travel to Canada to visit her daughter and her grandchildren. After traveling. she will return to her husband in Panama. A smoothly functioning school relies upon a productive staff. The office staff at Balboa High School has proven their efficiency and their ability to maintain order throughout a troubled year. They represent the underlying key personnel. Admiration and thanks should be given to them for the many frustrations that they deal with daily. Fanny de Maggiori Lastenia de Pimentel Priscilla Van Hoorde Sonia Webley A hearty welcome to Mr. Carlos Donalicio, who has joined our office staff. Mr. Donalicio began workin g in 1966 for the Panama Canal Zone:. He has worked at Curundu Elementary S chool and fort Kobbe. We worked at BHS in the attendance office from 1974-1975. He is married and has two daughters and one son. He loves to play racquet ball and listen to Salsa music. Not Pictured : Lizzie Jara Esteben Mayers 121

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122 A lvarado, Pat ri c i a Baca Paula Chen, Rafael C i garruista Sonia Coop e r Danny Corb e tt. Sydney Cowley Larry Davis, Floyd "Literature is the mirror of an age." "There are two reasons I try to challenge students to read voraciously and eclectically: 1, Literature is the mirror of an age 2, The more you read, the more ideas begin to explode inside your head, We need an understanding of the past. more than dates and names, in order to know the present and prepare for the future, We further need imaginative, creative minds to solve our problems and to offer whimsy and delight to an all-too-often mundane and barren existence, Actually, I teach because my future is in your hands, and I want those hands connected to and provided by a sound, yet creative mind, Balboa High was good to me as a student (Class of 1962); I've tried to be good to her as a teacher."

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) "" How do you feel abou t the new "white" Boards? think they are eas i e r to see from the floor. If they k ee p c l ea n t h ey will be good. m e keeping writing markers i s a proble m ; I usu ally u se about l'h p e r day .. r. Cowley do not li ke them; the glare is bad. And I ca n never open the m a rkers correctly. utely the pits! Ms. Gardill pared to the a n cient c h alkboards we had, I think they are great! Ms Piper first I didn' t like t h e m but now I think they are super! I guess it's the reverse the old say in g all over again You can' t teach an old dog new tricks. But can because I l ea rn ed to use these whitestare back boards! Mrs. George I Felix Figueroa Julia n e Gardill Cecilia George Jo Ann G ettys John Hager Carol e H ans Joyce Hanson K andy Helin BALBOA GETS NEW "WHITE" BOARDS Ms. Piper writing at the new boards and not the a n cie n t ones! What do we get to learn about the Mitosi s today Mrs Vallarin o ? 123

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124 "READING, 'RITING, 'RITHMETIC" Talk to m e Dr. What's wrong? Ralph Howell Richard Johnston Judith Lavallee Wilma Monlouis Fra nces Morrissey C l e ve Oliver Nan c y Orgeron Joan Othon Bite your tongue, Mr. Bruer! Now let me tell you a little story I -, ... "'1 /#'. .' O l We' r e hunting you down, Mr. Howell!

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"REST AND RELAXATION" \ I \ I After a day of putting up with students, teacher con ferences and surprise HoIland evaluations, the teach ers need a chance to get away. As the bell rings for their free period, many teachers zip through the halls to the teachers' lounge, while others try to get away altogether. This is their sanctuary from the everyday stress their jobs produce. Mr. Fendrick, Mr. Hager, Mrs. Lavallee, Mrs. Gettys, Mrs. Othon demonstrate various ways of relax ing, Deanna Peterson Thurman Puryear II Susan Pylant Larry Quinn Laura Gregg-Roa Steven Sanchez Toni Williams-Sanchez David Seitz 125

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126 M y r a Seitz John S haw Rita Sosa Betty Spragg Bru ce Thale Jan Thomas Carlos Vaz K e n Waugh I Dave Young "A NEW ADDITION" -) A new and welcome addition to this years faculty is Mr. and Mrs, Seitz. They joined our Science department eagerly and willing to contribute their knowledge to students and other faculty members. They are often found giving up free time to explain complex scientific problems and give help to anyone who desires it. Mr. Seitz explained that one facet that influenced him to enter the field of Science was his growing up in Gamboa. Many students consider the small age difference an asset to their learning experience. Because there isn t much dif ference in age, some students might feel more comfortable," declares Mrs Seitz. Thank you for all your hard work and dedication. We look forward to working with you in the future,

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Kenneth Anderson Jane Lawlor N a ncy Mancheter Dotti White Working as the Educational Prescriptionist here at B.H.S. my job has been both challenging and rewarding. This is mainly due to my interaction with the students and their parents. I have found the students to be outstanding in friendliness and courtesy. They have also shown a genuine interest in learning and possess tremendous school spirit. JANE LAWLOR EDUCATIONAL PRESCRIPTION 1ST Ms. Manchester expresses her feelings about Monday morning. 127

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BtIS ATTAINS NEW PERSPECTIVE S PHILOSOPHY We provide for our students ... ho, collectively arc transient imd culturally dIH: rse an education that helps bring purpose to Ulelr lives. we promote th e democratic way of life ; we Identify and emphasize fundamental Western cultural tradi tlons, values. morals. and princi ples as \\.'C lead our students to understand and re spect t h e .... orth of all individuals and to aSSume their responsibilities and rights In Our democratic societ y. We support the continuance o f learning that e nabl es O U f s tudents to make significant progress toward be coming adulLS who are literate informed. produc tive responsibl e and s clr-dir ected. We r ecognize Ihilileaming is not limited to academic disciplines but can take plilce through diverse human e;cpericnccs accordingl y. 1 ,Ie foster the emotional in teUectual soc ial and ph ys ical devel opment of our stu' dents. 6 y promoting appealing.. and challenging cur riCular and e-ctra-curr1cular a ctivities in attractive. com fortable and safe environments, we c reat e favorable opportunities for our s tudents to realize their potential and to de vetop according to their abilities and inter "". We are sensitive to our respon s ibility to help our students cope with c hange perceive effective alterna tives. and employ c reative imag inative Clnd fle-clble thinking t o liv e product ivel y In unfamiliar situatloo s; therefore we lTIOoitor and evaluate slgniHcant new di rections in our soc iety and, wh e n appropriate, modifY our programs accordingly. OBJECTIVES To provide opportunities for s tudents to develop the Skills n ecessary for t h e preservation and improvemeot of a democratic societ y through (a) a curriCUlum that offe r s a wide range of c h oices (b) an active Student Association and JROTC and Icl diverse c h allenges to develop intellectual capacity and curiosity, To provide a g uidanc.e program buill on student accompllshments i n the academk. career and personal / socia l domains of schOla s tiC life To provide opportunities for development in musiC appreciat i on, c horal and Instrumenta l perlonnance. vi, sual arts, and theater. To prOvide an a ctive v,tra-currlcular program whiCh g ive; students opportunities to express themselves personally socially. physically and creative t y. To support programs, s u c h as Host Nation and Na tlonal Biol ogica l tlonor Society ..... hic h promote posi tive interperso nal relationships and respe c t for the cuI ture, people. and th e specia l geographic and ecot ogi ca l se tting of Panama To identify and provide for the special needs o f bce ptJonal students throug h Child find, speci al ed u ca tion 1':51.., and enrichme nt programs. T o provi de a health service program whiCh includes multiple activities such a s sc r ee ning, record keeping, referrals p arental conta ct. drug u se and abuse information, SClt education and health instruction for life threatening emer gencies To provide career e ducation whic h g i ves stude nts ontheJob eltperiences In many areas s u c h as busi ness education, cooperative WOrk e-cperience i ndustri .11 arts. and computer education. To provide opportunitIes for p;Jrents and the com munity to become Involved In SChOOl a ctiv ities such as the School Advisory Booster Clubs. and Parents Night. To promote discipline in all scholasucare..JS through effec t ive classloom management counseling and guidance. afterschool detention, and Inschool sus pension TO provide a schoot Improvement program ,.,hiCh is concerned with rese.archsupPOrted learning theories; programs such as "'CA, On,.,ard to tAcelience. Curricu tum Alignment and the seven year curriculum re\risJo n cyc t e het p to (ocu s on school elfectl\eness Chris Marolta ta c kl es his h o mework so h e' lI h ave time r o r Star Trek after schoo L Kar e n and Claudine Eckerle experie nce mixed emotions about goin g t o c la ss. In th e ca r ee r cente r [vett e Thompson h e lps h e rsel r to what th e ruture offers

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Paul Hurst wanders about the halls. With a face like that, it must be Monday. A ll work and no play i s not n ecessa ril y Eliezer Roman s philosophy. Jenny Navarr o twi d d l es h e r toes while pondering over yet a nother math prob l e m Dedi ca ted students take time out to complete th eir studies in the library. Hey, w here d i d everyone go?" wonde r s David K emp.

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STUDY HALL Che and Marti n are just swarmed w i th assignments, aren t they? Where do you think you're goin g so ea rl y in th e day, Lisa ? 132 D i smissed from class D eanna Peffer is forced to study on her own Cram, A n g i e cram, it's a lmost time for class. Exac tl y w hat are you stash i n g in t hat bag, Beth a n y?

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OPENING DOORS TO THE fUTURE The students of Balboa High School will be among the leaders of the twenty-first century. a new age of advanced technology. A mechanical genius. a sys tematic arrangement of compiling. storing. and processing microchips will be found in every home. classroom. and office. Every lifestyle will require the knowledge of this sophisticated machine. and we can thank Mr. Bruer. Mrs. Petersen and Ms. Baca for working with students in order to give them that key to the future. Fifth period computer class; the highlight of everyone' s day Roy Pinzon asks Ms Baca "What does this button do?" "When do we get to play PAC MAN?" wonders Brandy Coffey.

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BALBOA'S ARTISTIC PERSPECTIVE s Ted Lang designs the logo for Operation Just Read I'll give you three guesses. 134 Mr. Young shows his student aides a tip or two. Scott Larner demonstrates his artistic tal ents.

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NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS! M echanica l Drawing 101 is now in session ; the Honorable Mr. Bruer presiding. Now, don' t everyone look at once! I I Is this all I get on the down payment?" -"Oops!" In the fast paced world today, business is a knowledge required for s u ccess in any line of work. Therefore, it is wise to get a head start by takin g a business course in hig h school. You 'll have an edge on t h e competition and polish up your resume at the sa m e time. So whether you' re striving for Wall Street or appl y in g for a job at K-Mart a good head for business is a l ways a necessity. 135

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IT'S OUR HISTORY -, "Good morning c l ass! exclaims c h ee rful Mrs Alvarado. We distract Mr. Waugh as Doug Haning sneaks a peak. 136 Another exciting lecture

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FUNCTIONS, ANGLES, AND FAILING SLIPS ..... Naum dreams of a world without math as Lisa lives the ",. "-I -= . -' The studious look. Algebra students are al ways ready to learn something new. "Come again. Mr. C o w ley'" says J enny 1.37

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JUST SCIENCE Many of us don' t realize how important the knowledge of sci ence is In fact. it can seem rather insignificant to those who aren t counting on a sc i en tific career. But when as in the natura l course of events we l eave the n est to take the di rection of our own li ves the understanding of scientific work ing will prove very beneficial as we appl y them to many aspects of life. So whether you' re taking a natural or physica l science class stop daydreaming and l earn something It will payoff in ways you can t imagine yet. BEFORE AFTER 138 Kim Thompson traces her ancestors. Does it bite? Ann and Mike horse around in the chemistry lab. 0 ':k INS :r. :-: -<:.J fA r-Tim Huff; so dedicated, he won' t even break for lunch. How' s that love potion coming along, Monica? "Oh, Mason do I have to? asks Leanne. 139

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LANGU AGE ARTS Every time we spea k we use what we have l earned in English class. Thee is however, more to study of language arts than just grammar. There are courses offered that focus on learning how to speak effectively, practicing writing skills, analyzing literature and most importantly, encouraging reading skills. Since reading has become such a necessary part of the learning process Balboa High School will continue working to instill in its students what are still the most important skills for communication. Robert Luttrell practices his Oral Communications. 140 Mrs. Corbett watches things from her student's perspective. Do our eyes decei ve u s? Steve? Studyi ng?

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Whatcha dreamin' 'bout. Yvette? The Foreign Language La Lengua Extranjera , La Langue Etrangere -t-' -, -_ .... -Meet Mr. Vaz s 6th period advanced placement Spanish. Omar just loves French class. 1r. Figueroa attempts to get the pOint across. 141

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Couga r s and G reen r ea d y t o battle it o ut. Lu i s Cantu w i th t h e tackle And even knoc k s the b all loose. Statistics Bulldogs-1st Cougars-2nd Devils-3rd Tigers-4th Red-5th On the road aga in. 144 All righ t g u ys irs a pile on! The Jamboree is an annual e v ent, which starts off the Varsity Football season. This year, the 40th year, almost did not happen. This was due to the political situation in Panama However, with the help of the military escorts, we took twelve buses to the Atlantic side, and the Jamboree took place. Tradition sa y s the Tigers must lose. The Tigers would like to disagree. They beat the Red Machine, whic h was a shock since the Red Machine won the Jamboree and the season last y ear. Has tradition changed? Or shall we simply call it untraditional luck? The Jamboree is a game which involv es all fiv e teams. Each team play s all the other teams for a regular game Quarter. This comes to a total of ten Quarters The scoring is done on a point system. A team receives two points for a win one point for a tie and zero pOints for a loss. The team with the most pOints at the end of the night wins the Jamboree trophy for the year.

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Homecoming this year was one of a kind! Traditionally, a pep-rally at the end of the school day is held to get the adrenalin pumping through everyone, getting them ready for the game to take place that night. But this year was dif ferent. It was November 17th and fifth period came around, and with it came the shocking news that the pep-rally had been cancelled. Due to bomb threats, the stadium was not a safe place to be. Oh well students at Balboa High School are now quite accustomed to the "occasional" bomb threat. However that was just the beginning. With Balboa Stadium being unsafe, the homecoming game was moved to Jarman Field on Fort Clayton. Along with this change came even more '"fun. It literally took hours for people to get onto Clayton, because MP' s had to check all cars for bombs. Fortunately, the games went on as planned. Although it seemed more like the '"Mud Bowl" than homecoming, there were winners and losers like any other game. The Cou gars won the first game by beating the Bulldogs. This also gave them first place for the season. At half-time the homecoming princesses were escorted into the mUd and then all the cheerleading squads performed routines for the fans. For the second game the Green Devils beat the Red Machine, and that was the end of the season. Axel Antong i o r g i goin g full stea m a h ea d throug h th e scrimmage line. Statistics Cougars-lst Bulldogs-2nd Tigers-3rd Devils-4th Red Machine-5th Eri c Holland moves with a gility to ca denc e of clashing helme ts. W h o s ays v i ctory is so e asy and clean? The battle of th e "Super Powe rs R e d and Gree n

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first Row : F Bal es M Wombl e B D o nn elly M Morgan I. C h e n S Wheel e r J Jackso n A Gra d e Second Row: M Nel son K Ma so n D S i g l er S. Con way J Tosado, C. Littl e J Lope z T h ird Row : E H atc h et, S Estopina n M Love A. Dunn J Ve l ez J Puryea r J Naum, C. E lli s Fourth R o w : J Santos S. M c K e n z i e R. Mora l es R Geo r ge K Vin so n R Coo n Fifth Row: L Ga rrid o J J emmott M Trembla y R Sa l aza r C. B uval. M M c i ntir e R G a rmon A Vowe ll. Sixt h Row : D Hill N Stames Not Prese nt : J Barrows J K e ll er N. Th reat, J G ragg. 146 v 4'->: '" (Above ) Left to right : l. fishbaug h K G ilb ert, A Garcia R Burger L T hrift, N Sta m e s D Hill E Stames ( Right) Top Row L e n : K F ox A Vowe ll C. E lli s Bottom Row Left: E H a t c h e lt, M Nel so n L Garrido From the beginning, it was predicted that the battle would be between the Cougars and the Bulldogs. Most favore d the Cougars, and sure enough, the Cougars came out on top in first place. Under the guidance of Coach Bales and Coach Grade, the Cougars were practically invincible. Although the Cougars have had rough years in the past they pulled through. They organized an unstoppable offense l ed by two-year veteran James Naum. I had a blast this season but I wish the season was a month or two longer," declared James.

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" Hey Martin! Has the thought of victory hit you yet?" (Probably noll) B eing a four-year veteran has made Martin a great asset to the team. Cougars rush to the field in their victory. Coach Ba l es with the Homecoming trophy and the Cougars feeling invincible. Rookie Mark Mc intire intercepts a pass Even the second-string h i ts hard. Cougars and Red l i n e up f o r a throw 1 4 7

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148 B U L LDOGS Coach es: V Martinex. A. Goss. P Willia mson T Ellis P layers: R A mador G. Berma n C. F i elds O H e razo, R Morris ,S. Riley, J Beattie R. D eLeon T Ellis J. H e n ry C. Fin c h C. Morri s O. Ortega M. Rios, A C harri s L. Ellis E Herrera, E. Holland, S Howe, K Joseph-C l a r k A Matheny, R. Ni eves M Sevon A. Stirling, S W i nter, S Cavazos, R Gonzal es L Groom C. Nesbi tt. F. Q uezado, G. Corriga n K K a u f m a n J. Norma n A S u c re D F i s hbou g h E H ajduk. M a n agers: A Huff, C. Braaten J. E nder, N T i blie r L Watki n s C heerleader s : 5 A nderson B. Huff, N. Wat ki n s J Rosk C. H in k l e K. Kirby, J W ilson A. H erna ndez BULLDO G P OWER That's exa ctly what this t ea m showed. The B alboa Bulldogs fought hard all season l o n g. They began by b eing the J amborree c h ampions, and fin i s h e d the season in second plac e. 2ND PLACE 6-2

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Corey Fields intercepts a tiger pass. Kieby Kaufman is about to be tackled by an angry Red Machine. What an incredible catch. I think. Come on legs just a few more ya rds. Santos Cavazos takes time out to pose. 149

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G R E E N DEVILS .. 4:.t: ", l \ \ \ \ \ \ ... Row 1: D. Bussiere, J. Sweeny A Reyes K. Steil. D. Williford, S Hovan, R. Stromberg, R. Meyers M. Banasick, M. Monson, J. Gibson, L. Husted. Row 2: K. Braaten, E. BeDore, C. White, F. Williams, Q. Underwood, D. Haning, P. Hurst. B Wood, J. Gallardo, K Stromberg. Row 3 : B Trapp, P White, R. Smith, J. Waldron, F Davis, R. McDonald, F. Vinson, J. Dickerson, A. Burns. The PCC Devils fought hard all season, but the Devils fire just wasn t hot enough. With all the running that Coach Husted had this team doing, one would think that they could have performed better. Even thought the Devils only won two games, high spirits and determination always kept this team going. 150 4TH PLACE

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Monica Higginbotham, Teresa Monson, Kathie Harrington (Co-captain)' Christy Ford, Shemi Jicha, Jenny Navaro (Captain)' Dinah Estham, and Tanya Garcia. When you can t go a n y furthe r punt! Managers : Bethany Trapp, Kristin Braaten, Kristine Stromberg, and Angie Burns Middle: And the referr looking for a pass. Left: Football o r Wrestling? 151

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152 RED MACHINE They've still got pride! Although the Red Machine didn' t exactly have one of their betler yea rs the pride of this team was one of its most shining qualities. Even while losing, this team kept up their strength. and the coaches kept up their faith in them. The pride in this team wasn' t only seen in the players, but also in th e cheerleaders and the red fans who were always there to cheer th e m on during ev ery game. The managers never stopped working hard for th e m eithe r It's obvious that there' s more to a t ea m than winning. Coaches: R Dahlstrom, M Erhart. M Baker Players : D Smith M Joseph. P Pena l ver. D Cowl es B Bates, R Davis L Cantu L. Brooks, J Diaz F. Chauvin. R. Groom. R Vase, R. Olton, T Gragg. A finn. R. Pinzon, K Bames, L. Oakley, 1. Levy D Lipman, W George, C. Hovan, R Flumac h G Dixon, J Oakley, A Antongiorgi Managers: L. M cConau g h e y Z Neely, M Winford, A. Rowland, R Royo C heerleaders: K Thompson, A Ruddock, S Helin, S. Smith, K Twohy, K. Goodwin, L Pugh L. Palm.

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Cheerleaders: Andria Ruddock (Co-Captain) Kim Thompson (Capta in). Shannon Smith. Lisa Palm. Katie Goodwin. Leanne Pugh Kara Twohy. and Stephanie Helin. Ballboy Ryan McConaughey and manag ers Reyna Royo and Angeline Rowland on the sidelines during the final game. 153

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154 The 89-90 Girl's Basketball season proved to be a lot of fun for both the playe rs and every one involved The Cristobal Tigers ca m e in first with no losses a t all. The Balboa Bulldogs pl ace d seco nd and the Curundu Cougars followed in third. In fourth place was the PCC Green Devils. Aliesha Ave-Lallemant, a second year starter for the Devils said that there was good competition. She also stated "Our pra ctice s were fun but Coach Stromberg really worked us. Nicole Caffrey of th e fifth place team Red Machine said "The ga m es would be more fun if you could hit people:' She was also a second yea r returner. The pl ayers all enjoyed the bus rides to Cristobal. H ere they did what they do b es t : sing. dance. and eat. 1.1. Maria Ascano Coac h Oliver. Kim Leckey. Shannon Lord Melody Oliver Jennifer Lively Barbara Robinson Ale cia finch. Christy Olive r Deneiria Serrano not pictured: Bersilia Car gill. I vette T homson. Karla Knox Linda Garcia Ar l e n e Antongiori. Marcia Scott t.1. Mary Nelson Aileen Jenkins. Coach freund. Donna M cGill. Dana M cManigal. Vanette Warner Mic helee Baker Melissa Harvey Nayoki Watanabe Lauri Mangum. Lauralle Whitt, libby Ridder Ana Cooksey Jeanette Antongiorgi, Lea I zb icki not pictured: Brittany McKee Lelys Reyes f < -. bo,l I f HEY! Where did the ball go!? GREEN DEVlLS t.1. Coach Stromberg. Justina Jackson. Tijuana flowers. Kristina Stromberg. Lorena Teran. Aliesha Ave Laliemant, Susan Nelson. Cindy Briont, Joy Hauser. Tradene Smith. Cristina Rivera Ann Matthews not pictured: Sally Oakley. Jennifer Sweeney Marisol Zamora RED MACHINE t.1. Kathleen Atherly Kim Arce Nicole Caffrey Ann McConnell. Luz Flores. Michelle Hayden. Nicole Keiser. Bridge t Kelly Coach Schulte. Stacy Spencer. Vitzel Reyes Dallas Burke. Lisa Rojas Tresa Vanhuesen not pictured: Jennifer Blevins. Dorinda Codrington. Itzel Manning 155

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BASKETBALL o Y S COUGARS: L. Austin, R Garrnen A Reyes R Samuels, J Bar rowes R Coon, W. George, J Keller, J Clark, B Crusoe, R Davis A Finn O. Morales, W. Amadee, M. Ferguson, O Ortega, E Whitt. c. Barter, A Davidson, L. Garriga, R Williams, D Brooks, H Stokes, D. Samuels, M Herrera BOYS TENNIS RED MACHINE : M Jackson, C. Bohensky, D Sprague, B Swenty M Bleichwehl. J. Castaneda, D Brown T Denley, C. Quintero, C. Skora, J Haines, M Hoffman, S. Hovan, C. Nieves C. Chastain, P. DeLaGuardia. BULLDOGS : R. Garrido, J. Henriquez, J McGuinness, R Nolan, M Rose M Sweeney C. Barber, C. Berrean M. Brazelton, E. Holland, T Nakasu, J Naum, P. Perry D Strong. DEVILS : J Alonzo, K Brandenburg, B Caffrey R Chan, A. Lumpki n C. Marotta, A. Mizrachi. H Singh S Wood E Dame, F Delima, J Hauradou, S Donnelly, P Lier. Cougars: J Higley, W Fernandez R. Garc ia F Westgate D Blevens J Cardonell, S Carson, C. Hovan P. Nolan, C. Ruez, K Sakon, S Sakon, R Samson, J Westgate. 1S6 BULLDOGS: P. Cotto-Perez I. VanHoorde, E. Jones, C. Nesbitt. L. Sollami. F. Vasquez M Veno F Williams, S Howe J. Jackson, J BenJamin, D Gardner, C. Graham, K Mason, H. Singh M. Roberts M_ Austin, I. Barton, D. Cales J Ender, M. Johnson, R Seau D. Wilson K. Arnold, J Rickert RED MACHINE: W. Fung, M. Joseph, A. Adams, L. Brown R. Castro, G. Cooksey W. Harper, L. Josephs, S. Lamer, R. Pinzon J Ridao E. Santiago, R Wiley F Carreira, A. Cooksey, J Danyelo, A. Gutierrez, K. Hauesser, R. Morris, H Nicholls, F Dixon, D. Gardner, R Gonzalez C. White, L. Young. DEVILS: B. Brown, J. Jennott, M McManigal. J Pury ear, J Rile y, O Sealy A Diaz G Espinosa E Her rera R Mokillo, C. Ventura N Welsh B Wood L. Cairo, C. Collier, P. Hurst, M_ Morales, C. Morris, D_ Broc e M. Torres, L. Diaz N Knott. V_ DaCosta H. Davis J Matthews_

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Practi c ing hard guys ? Sor ry. no pictures ava il ab l e 158 The track season t his year was a nother one of Ba lboa' s athletics that was cut off due to "Just Cause." The season. which only consisted of two meets. "was" off to a good start with Ba lboa High School taking first place in both meets. Varsity and J .V.: A. McConnel. J M cCormick. E. Howell D Myers J Jobe. E. Monaghan. S. Lond. T F lowers. K Braaten A Gann K Eckerle E. Brown E. E c kerle N Watanabe R Berger. (Pi cture taken after season.)

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GIRL'S SOCCER The '89-'90 school ear was onl y the second year that Girl's Soccer was offered. Unfortunately. soccer. too. was interrupted by the war and the season was left incomplete. RED MAC HINE M. Baker. K Gomez. L. Higley. W. Higley. J. Haus e r A Huff. I. Manning. A Mitchell. C. O li ver R. Petersen J R i tchie. P. Snell. L. Spon b e r g N Stames T. Wal cott. A. Wall T Price BULLDOGS R Boyle A Bu va l L. Cas taneda K Cooper. E. Da Pena T Donovan!, V Esposito. M. Garcia E. Gordon. V. Haeusser S. Jic ha K K elly L. Kare n D Merriweather. S. Nel son. A. R amirez. I. Rodri g uez. J. Sanchez A T artaglia N. Tiblier. C. Welch C. W ilde. M. Zamora. M. Samuel s RED MAC HINE BULLDOGS

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160 S WIMMING GIRLS Naoki Watanabe, Alix Peu c h Ann Sponberg, Christina mire, Judy M cConnell, Alex san, Allison Huff, Yira Muse Howell, Karen L e e Vicki Stern. PICTURED : Jennifer Lively, c a Petersen lliana Rodriigulez-M,es,' 1 Jasmin Berjara. Coach: Lynn Beach BOYS Canute Underwood, Pat Nolan, an Kemp, Ramon DaPena. Diver: Khaladi Josephs. NOT TURED : Joey Alonzo, James chie, Aaron Izbicki. Coach: Jim Sweeney Gengo Kinugasa, Jon Lavalle, Sakt.4 Sakon, Luis Josephs, Geo Amiri, Michio Watanabe. Diver: Jerry Henderson. NOT TURED: John Sullivan, Eddi'eI Howell!

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Come on guys. stretch rea) hard! I PnKticing rea) hard for the beach Dart v huh? DIVING Above : Jerry H e nd erso n w ith a twist. degree o f difficulty 1.B. Below left : Red Mac hin e team members, Canute Un derwood James Ritchie and Joey Alonzo put White oppon e nt. Jan Lavalle in place. Below right: D i ve Ca nu te Dive Lane rope duty for being late, a four hundred yard butterfly for hanging on the lane ropes, extra nip-turns after practice for not doing them during practice, and a Amador Beach salt water workout. These are some of the ordeals this year' varsity swim team had to go through. Although the swim team was considerably smaller this year than usual, the spirit of the team was still big. A big upset came to the boys Red Machine this year as the Curundu-College combined team took first place. The Bulldogs came in second place and the surprised Red in last. -." =

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TENNIS G I R LS BALBO A B U LL DOGS Phaedra A veLallemant. Stac ie Bryza Sta c ey Bu c k M elissa Eva n s E rika Gabela. April Liehr. Betty Meyers Liana Surdi. Christina Thompson. Veroni c a Bl eau. G ladys Hattebough. Heather Lumpkin. Jennifer Schulte. Mayra Nieves CURUNDU COUGARS M eg an Brazelton. Victoria Chen. Jane Hauser. Nicole Nassif. Vanessa Uhorehak. Eil ee n De pena Val Forster. Kati e Goodwin. L eti Higley Wendy Higley. Pau l ette Nassif. Monica Rios Kristine Stromberg. Jennifer Sweeney GREEN DEVILS Claudia Quintero. Cathy Flumach. Kate Wilder. Dinorath Grajales. Sonia Rui z Jeni l ee Syzmanski. Jamie Walters Aliesha AveLallemant. Nata s h a Barker. L ynn Chan. Marelisa Samuels. Eriko Tsugane. Marisol Zamora. Donna McGil l Tammi Math e ney 162 RED MACHINE S h annon Gol enbiews ki. Mic h e ll e Kuo. Misty R enfro. Jacquel i n e Thompson. H e l e n Tremblay. J ennife r Br e w e r Melissa Bowman. Lisa Goodwin Joy H a u ser. Bridget K elly Ann McConnell Susan Ne lson Christy Oliver. Ana Lampas. Melod y Oliver This yea r proved to be very exciting for girl's tennis. The competition was fie r ce. and the matches were long and intense There was a lot of good sportsmanship between the players which helped make the yea r muc h more fun for them and the coaches. Many of the players can not wait until next year to compete again.

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DALLAS COWBOYS CHEERLEADERS Who s hould I make this out to? Frank pOints out to Maria Ryan and _eanne Thrift her feJlow c heerleaders. \Jlison Huff listens as Deon Sharp describes :ryouts for the DaJlas girl s ( -The DaJlas Cowboy Cheer leaders visited Panama In ad dition to several perfor mances on different bases they a lso visited Balboa High School. Although they didn t p erform for the students. ex c h eer leaders and girls hoping to become c heerleaders were invited to the B .h .S. library where the DaJlas Cowboy C heerleaders talked about cheerleading and signed auto graphs. The Da ll a s Cowbo y C h eerleader s : Deon Sharp, Su e Hollingsworth J en nifer frank, J ud y London, Toni Tawater

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168 STAff Kristin Braaten Nicole Caffrey' Jay Call Earl Dame Shannon Davis' Wilma Diaz Jennifer Ewan Kristine fox Ashley Gann Elizabeth Huff Heather Lumpkin Craig Meyer Nicholas Perez Brandy Pollard Angeline Rowland' Alex Royo' Andria Ruddock Joshua Russ e ll Bryan Sasso' Ch ristopher Skora Tradene Smith Pamela SneW Andrew Thomas' Canute Underwood David Wertz' t Denotes one semester SPECIAL THANKS John Ridao Bob Weedin Dottie While Dave Young Fran Meyer AI Spragu e Pam Reid Senior Cla s s Jim Reid Student Association Quarry Heights Officers Wives Club #2 Volume 81 of the ZON/AN was printed by Josten' s Printing and Publishing Division at their Visalia Cali fornia plant The Josten' s representative was Ron Buda Plant consultants were Gil Quesada and Dick Tristao, The trim size of the book is 8 '/z" x 11", The book contains 200 pages, which are Smythe Sewn The stock is 80 # 191 gloss paper, printed in black ink, The primary type face used throughout the book is Garamond Italic. The cover is Sty l eline Spectator, which is silk screen, Endsheets were s elected to co-ordinate with the cover design, Portrait work was furnis h e d by Spurlin Photography, The majority of the candid sh o ts were taken by student photographers and d evelope d in the school's darkroom, The 1990 ZONIAN had a run of 500 copies, These copies sold for $30 ea c h Two options were offered: printed name fo r $2,50 and plastic dust cover for $1, The book was printed at an approximate cost of $20,000, Film supplies were approximately $800 in addition to the above, Books were sold at below cost. In order to raise the additional mone y needed to pay for the yearbook, the yearbook staff sold advertising space held raffles with donated items, sold old yearbooks, accepted donations, etc. The staff of the 1990 ZONIAN started off very slowly, For the most part, the entire staff was inexperienced, Everyone was sharply divided by areas and tried to work independently of others, By the end, however, everyone was doing everything and anything that needed doing,

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This Page Is In Memory Of Gertrude Kandi Helin, Dr. Raymond Dragseth, Ricky PauL And All The U.S. Soldiers Whose Lives Were So Abruptly Taken. I Am Really Glad She Was My Mother, But She Was More My Best Friend Than Anything Else. I Shared Everything With Her, And She Did The Same With Me. We Were Very Close. I Hope That These People Whose Lives She Touched Will Always Have A Place In Their Hearts For Her, Because I Know There Is A Place In Her Heart For All Of You! I'm Really Gonna Miss Her. I Love You, Mom! Stephanie M. Helin The names of the U.S soldiers who died during Operation "Just Cause are a s follows: Army Spec, Jerry Daves 20 G ertrude Kandi Helin Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Isaac ROdriguez 24 Army Spec William Gibbs, 22 Army PFC Vance Coats, 18 Army PFC Martin Denson, 21 Army Staff Sgt. Larry Barnard, 29 Army Sgt. Michael Deblois, 24 Army Lt. John Hunter, 20 Army Chief Warrant Officer Andrew Porter, 25 Marine Cp\. Garreth Isaak, 22 Army Cp\. Ivan Perez 22 Army PFC Scott Lee Roth, 19 Army Spec. Phillip Lear, 21 Navy Lt. j.g. John Patrick Connors, 25 Navy Chief Petty Officer Donald Mc Faul, 32 Navy Petty Officer First Class Christopher Tilghman, 30 Army Pvt. 2 Kenneth Scott, 20 Army Spec Alefandro Manriquelozano, 30 Army PFC John Price, 22 Army PFC Roy Dennis Brown, 19 Army PFC James Markwell, 21 Army Chief Warrant Officer Wilson Owens, 29 Army Pvt John Tabor, 18 171

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172 ... ,'., BEFORE ':,'. . .. TwO soldiers guarding Balboa High SchooL or are they ready to play cards? YANKEE, THIS LANU BELrHGS TO US mOOT

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A man and his dog A man and his gun in a Humvee. The dl)' of Panama during (hI!: elUons The soldier protecting the school with his gun and garbage can 173

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AfTER ... Balboa DEN I Station or what is left of it. Part of the PDf Headquarters; but part of that is gone nowl A closer view of the station. Better or worse? The Albrook Hanger: Guess the Kane Brothers are not there anymore?

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A mysteriOus refugee after the war at Balboa High School. Soldiers prepare For another day in the camp. BreakFast is served in the hall. Did you ever think the day would come when you would see a nag nying like

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, ENDARL4 H ADO I.. .. 178 The President of Panama. PAZ Y JUSTICIA The land divided. the world united. A mural in Noriega's office shows the killor us people. A tank parked at Balboa Youth Center. Troops walking on guard In EI Barri8.

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--- 180 THESE ARE THE TIMES I know we 'll be friends for life Sharing our dreams together As we walk down the road We'll never think twice These memori es are made forever Though we re off to different worlds Somehow we re together Knowing we re never far apart Cause deep within our hearts These a r e the times to remember The memories will last forever more These are the times to remember It's a part of life we can recall These are the times With happy tears we cry As we reach for the stars together We li ve by a code To stand side-by-side And it just keeps on getting better THESE ARE THE TIMES Leann Zenia Christina Melissa

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" In the affairs of life or of business, it is not intellect that tells so much as c haracternot genius, so much as self-control, patient, and discipline, regulated by judgment. -Samuel Smiles To Kenny With love and best wishes, son, from Mom, Dad, and Stuart Bradford, 181

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182 THE GIRLZ Of '90 ) He that ca n be patient ca n h ave what h e will.Benjamin Franklin -Congratulations to the Senior Class of 1990! / >.-Good Luck in the Future! Marisol Anglada Pallas Burke Tijuana Flowers Justina Jackson Karla Knox Lelys Reyes Deneiria Serrano Tradene Smith Vannette Warner Angela Bumgardener ...

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Dear Jairo Thank you for being you. You are very specialAlways stay that way!!! Congratulations to you and the class of 1990 Love, Mom, Dad, Kathy, and Arnie We l ove you and are proud of you Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin n o w." The world is waiting Amy Vowell Kristine Fox Colleen Ellis Alis o n Darren Br y an Geo r ge, Tho mas, M o m s and Dads 183

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184 RED MACHINE 1989 SM ITH DEREK JOSEPH, MIKE PENALVER PEDRO COWLES, DENN I S BATES, BLAIR DAVIS, REGG I E CANTU, LUIS BROOKS, LEONARDO CHEERLEADERS KIM THOMPSON (capt.) ANDRIA RUDDOCK (co-capt. ) STEPHANIE HELIN SHANNON SMITH KARA TWOHY KATIE GOODWIN LEANNE PUGH LISA PALM DIAZ, JOHN C HAUVIN FRED GROOM, RICHARD VOSE ROBERT OLTON, RONALDO GRAGG TORREY FINN ALBERT PINZON ROY BARNES KEVIN OAKLEY, LUIS LEVY IVAN LIPMAN, DAVID GEORGE, WILLIE HOVAN, CHRIS FLUMACH ROBERT DIXON, GILBERTO OAKLEY, JAIME ANTONGIORGI. RED MANAGERS LEANN AXEL McCONAUGHEY ZEN IA NEELY MELISSA WINFORD ANGELINE ROWLAND REYNA ROYO BALL BOYS JOHN THOMPSON RYAN McCONAUGHEY 1989 RED MACHINE BOOSTER CLUB MEMBERS BOB &: IRENE BARNES WILLIAM BENNETT BOB &: ANN BEST LUIS &: LUMI CANTU FRANK &: PATSY DAVIS LORRAINE DUGAN BOB FLU MACH WILLIE &: CECILIA GEORGE JACK &: NANCY GOODWIN LARRY GROOM STEVE &: CANDY HELIN DICK &: RUTH HERN CAM &: ANN KENT HARRY &: PAT LAUNDER DON LIPMAN GEORGE &: BRENDA McARTHUR DAVE &: DONITA McCONAUGHEY DONALD NEELY WARD ROWLAND VILMA ROYO DAVID &: PUG RUDDOCK JOHN &: FAYE THOMPSON HUGH &: DENISE SMITH HENRY &: CAROL TWOHY DONALD &: BARBARA VOSE BILL &: MARCIA WINFORD

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Andy, Congratulations to o ur graduate! We love you! M om. Dad and Chad Brandy Congratulations! Ma y God Bless and protect you forever. All our love Mom, Dad, Allison and William Bob, We Love You And Are Very Proud Of You. Mom, Dad, And Sean

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Chester, Lulu, Gus, Alex, and Craig Congratulations Class of '90 Dear Mike, Lulin: We love you! Lulu: You are very special! Louanne: We are very proud of you! Congratulations on your Graduation We are very happy for you and are proud to have such a wonderful son. With your determination and drive you can meet all challenges. May you achieve success and happiness in all your future endeavors. With all our love Mom, Dad and Jonavan

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( ) GOOD-BYE All th e times we l a u g h e d and cri ed The mome nts w h en our spirits sh in e d T his time t hat s lowl y p asses by Will l as t unt il we say good-bye. W e u se this time to li ve and l ea rn To g i ve and take, t o wai t our turn. Irs a time we l ea rn to a l ways try That will last until we say good-b ye. Th e fri e ndship we ve kept a ll of th ese yea r s S hows that it probably wo n t disappea r But th e close n ess we s hare now at this time Will l as t until we say good-bye. So w h e n we h ea r th e last hig h sc hool bell, The time will com e to say f arewel l. But th e m emories that w ithin u s lie Will never, eve r say goodb ye I 11 ... L A. . 188

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Lisa Good,-on Kim Thompson Susan elson friends Paulette assiff Jackie Brogie Mei-Ling Lavecchia .. 189

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Love Mom, Dad, Johnny, and Shotzie Congratulations Kim, Craig, and Class of 1990! You' ve come a long way Baby! And we re so proud of you! Love, Mom, Dad, Nikki, and Dominoes 190 I have plans for you says the Lord, plans to bring about the future you hope for. Jer 29:11

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Angie Garcia Teresa P eaches M onson Karen Kay" K irb y Krist ine Stromberg "Good friends are friends forever. Thanks to our parents. 191

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Community Bank The management and staff congratulate the Class of 1990 membership has its privileges Community Bank offices in Panama: Corozal Howard Fort Davis Services to overseas military communities for more than 40 years AMERICAN EXPRESS BAN K Aml ril-all f:\press n a nk lid. M ilt!:lrr C umnlllllu)' l) :lIlk--Coro 7 : II P:lll:llll:t AP{) Miami \ fo02 OOl2 19.3

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A Aguilar. Nedelka -56 Alanis Jr. Artur o -56 Alonzo. Jose -100. 161 Alon zo M i c h elle 56 Alvardo Rub e n 100 Alvarado Teofilo 56 Amedee Walter -100 Anderson Sherri -80 Anglada. Marisol -11. 52 56. 74 Antongiorgi. Axel 6 13. 80. 88. 145 Aramayo, Marjorie' 80 Arce Kimberly -100 Aria s Teodoro 100 Aro se m e n a Alexander' 100. 102 Ascano Maria -80. 84 Atkinson Tanya -80 Ave-Lallemant, Aliesha -80 Awan Sajid 2 7 56 B Baker Michelle -100 Balyeat. Cath erine -80 Banasi c k Michael 4 80 Bark e r Enrique -100 Barker. Natasha -11. 16. 56. 74 Barn es Kevin -56 Barrow es Juan -28. 54. 56 Beatti e James -101 B e njamin Jona thon -101 B e nn ett, Carlos -101 B e nnett David -80 B e nn ett S h ahira -56 Berger. Rachel -101 Berrean C hristoph e r -11. 56 Berry. Michelle -80. 96 Betrisey. Stev e n -101 Blaney. Allen -101 Bleau Veronica -11. 56 Blevins David -80. 97 Boldt. Heather -57 Borras J u an -57 Bors e llin o Lil i 7 Bowman Melissa -80 INDEX Boyd. Carol yn -101 Boyd. D eborah -81 Boyl e Rosemary -81 Braaten Kristen -81 Brayton Kristy -81 Brazelto n Michae l -57 Breebaart Sophie 57 Br ewe r Jennire r -27, 81 Briem Lesl ey -101 Brigman Mia -101 Brigman Tia -101 Bristol. Carl -101 Brogie Ja ck i e -14, 57 Brown D Ann -101 Brow n Dana -101 Brown Luis -81 Bruhn. Malia -101 Bumgardner, Angela -57 Burke. Pallas -55. 57 Burns Angela -81 Bustamante. Ma nu e l -81 Butl e r Shawn -101 Buval. Anick -81 Buval C h e -51. 57. 132 c Caffrey. Bryan -101 Caffrey. N icole -28. 81 Cain James -101 Cain. Robin -28. 101 Cairo Luis -101 Caldwell. Armanda -101 Ca l es Sara -81. 82 Call. Jay -27. 81. 90 Callahan. Chad -102 Campbell. Antonio -81 Cantu. Jerry -102 Cantu Luis -57, 144 Carbonell. Ce lso -28. 28. 102 Carbonell. Jose -57 Cardenas Carlos -102 Cardenas William -102 Cargill. Bersilia -27. 57 Carpenter, Marilyn -57 Carr. Edilma -81 Carson Rash ell -81 Carson Sean -27. 58. 74 Carte r James -81 Cas ira Michelle -102 Casse ll Yamicka -102 Cast e n eda, Lisa -102 Cast ro Jose -82 Cas tro Rica rdo -9 58 Castro. Temple -102. 112 Ca t o n John -58 Cat o n M e lida -82 Cavazos Santos 6 11. 27. 58. 149 Cerrud Mic h e ll e -82 C han. L ynn 2 8 58 C h a n Roberto -28. 82 C h a ndl e r Ju l issa -58 C h arris Augustin -82 C h auvin Fred -82 C h a u vin, Yvette -82 C havoya. Manue l -58 C h e n Chun-Min g -82 C h o n g Edgardo -102 Ch u ga ni. Kiran -102 C l a rk e. Donaldo -103 Cobham. Sha r o n -58 Cochran. Bradl ey -82 Cod rin gton Dorinda -58 Coffey. Brandyl -51. 58. 133 Colteryahn. K eylah -82 Conway Lenwood -103 Cook Christopher -103 Cooks ey Analioska -13, 53, 58 Cooksey. Gilbert -82 Coon R yan -16. 53. 58 Cooper Kimberly -9 59 Cooper Loida -28. 59. 72 Cordero Fr eddie -82 Cordoba. Mar c os -59 Cox Mari e -103 Crusoe. Bryan -87 D D Anello N i co las -103 Da P e n a E il een -15. 27. 28. 31. 83. 137 Da P e na Ramon -103 Dame. Earl -59 Dauzat. Jessi e -59 Davi s Frederic k -103 Davis R egg ie -83 Davis S e rgio -53. 59 Davis. Shannon -59. 73 D ea n S h e il a 10:5 De La Guardia J a i ro -59 De La G uargia. Rodrigo -59 De Luc a K arla -59 Del im a Frank -59 Den ham, Jeanie -83 Denley. Ti moth y 10:5 Dhali wa l Rattan -103 D iaz Adrian -83. 97 Diaz Vanessa -103 Dia z Wil m a -83. 89 Dickerson James 5 9 Dis l a Yvanron ex -60 Di xo n Fernando -83 D i xo n Gilberto -60 Doc h erty. Patrick 10:5 Donne ll y Rob ert -60 Donovant, Tina 6 0 74 Douglas. B radl ey -60 Drost e C h ris tian -103 D u ga n Br ia n -103 Dunn. Abdul -83 Dunn K.atrina -60 E Eckerle. Claudine 10:5 106. DO Eckerl e Karen 10:5 106. DO Elizandro Ange la -103 E ll ey Jennifer -60 Ellis Coll ee n -60. 74 Elli s Luis -83 Ellis Thomas 10:5 Ender J e nnirer 7 60 E rn es t. Marta -83 Esca l e ra Kath y -103 Espinosa Gilberto -83 Espos it o Vanessa -83 Euson Fe deri co -83 Everitt Aidan -83 Ewan K.ara -83. 97 F Fabrega Rafa e l -83 Falcon Ash l ey -60 F e rgu son Matth ew -103 f i geroa Jason -104

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Finc h Cory 104 Finn A lbert 8J Fishbaugh Yvonne 57, 60 F i s h e r David 104 F i tzgerald. Shawn -15. 104 f i tzgibbons Tina 84 f loria Germaine 104 f l owe r s Tijuana 61 flumach. Pamela 84 F ong. Alberto -104 Fonk e n Jennifer 104 Ford. Julee -84. 96 Forster Valerie 27. 61 fox. Darren 84 fox, Kristine 61. 74-F rey. Bryan -104. llO G Ga la n g Jennifer 84 Ga l ang. O live r -104 Ga l vez Be lkins -104 Gann. Ashley -84. 87. 96 Gann Mason 61 Ga r c ia Angela -61. 132 Garcia Maria 104Garcia Tanya -104 Gardner DarnyJ 104Garrido Gabri e l -104 Garrido Laura -61 Garrido. Lydia -7 27. 84. 91 Gayle. Vielka -84 Geinchen R -28 George Amiri -104 George. Rafae l -84 GeQrge Willi e II -61 Gilmore. Richard -27. 61 Gittens. Jason -27. 61 Gomez. Kerry -104. 106 Gonzalez Eve l yore -104 Gonza l ez Ricardo -61 Gonza l ez Tiffany -104 Gonza l ez William -104 Goodwin. Kathryn -27. 104 GOOdwin Lisa -:39 5:3. 55. 61.132 Gordon Eleonor -84 Gragg. 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William -107 In Lehner Juan -107 Leitner Ju l ie -28. 107 Levy Ivan -88 Lewis A l icia -28. 64. 72 Lewis. Maribel -27. 28. 107 Lieher April -107 Lin co l n Patrick II -107 Lipk e Aaron -88 Lipman David -107 Little. Courtlend -64 Live l y Jennif e r -88 Lock e Diane -88 Locust. Katina -107 Lope z Cenira -107 Lord. Shannon -107. 113 Lou. Lidia -28. 108 Love. Jose -108 Love Manuel -64 Lumpkin Heather -88 Luttrell. Robert -108 M Maattala. Jill -88 Mac haz e k Mic h e lanjhela -64 Maddox Margaret -108 Maduro Michae l -84. 88 Mangum Laur i e -64. 74 Manjares Ernesto Jr. -108 Manning. Itze l -27. 28. 89 Marotta. Christophe r -27. 64. DO Marrero Lope z Ana -108 Mart i n ez Christian -108 Mart i nez Nayat -89 Martinez Ricardo -108 Masom K edar -108 Matheney. A lan -15. 89. 9 7 Matos. Natasha -108 Matthews. Ann -89 M cConaughey Lea nn; 7 64 McConnell. Ann -89. 96 McConnell. Judy -108 McConnell Margaret Ann -89 McCorma ck Jr .. Jimmie -89 McCoy. Brandon -108 McDaneld. R i chard -109 McGill. Donna -109 McGuiness Scott -89 M C i ntire Mark -64. 147 M cKabney. Dwight -27. 64. 109 M c Millan. John -109 M c Neil. Erika -64 M echam. Tiffany -89. 90 Mediano Vic ki -64 Mena Wan da -89 Mend ez Gabri e l -89 M e rrill. Melin da -109 Merriweather Diane -65 Meyer Craig -8 65. 74 Meye r s Robert -84. 89 Milanes Lorena -109. 112 Mitchell. Angel a -109 Miz r a c h i A lberto -28. 65 Moki ll o Roderick -90 Molina. Rita -109 Monaghan Eugene -90 Monson Theresa -65 Moor e Elaine -65 Mora les. Gise ll e -109 Mora les. Man ue l -109 Mora les. Martin -90 Mo re no Jess ica -90 Morris II I Casey -109 Morris II I Robert -27. 90 Morrissey Tristan -109 Mowrl y A m y -109 Mulas. Laura 109. llO Mus e Yira -109 Myers. Daniel 109 N Nakasu Takahiro -65 Nadwani Sharmila -28. 65. 72 Nass iff. Paulette -5:3. 65 Naum. Jame s -88. 137 Naum. Jeff -65. 88 Navarro Deydamia -65 Navarro fabiola -28. 109. 113 Navarro Jennifer -15. 27. 31. 109.131 Nee l y Zenia -65 Ne lson. Mary -28. 90 Nelson. Susan -:39. 52. 65 Ne l son Theresa -109 Nesbitt. Carl -66 Neto Merced e s -66 Nevin W illiam -90 Nieves Carl os -66 Nieves. Mayra -15. 100. 109 Nieves. Roberto -90. 97 Nissanba u m M i chae l -90 N i xon Rosa lin a -110. 112 Nolan. Patrick -27. 90 Norton. Tabi t h s -llO o Oakley. Jaime -15. llO Oakley. Jr .. Luis -66 O les. Paula -llO Oliver. Christy -90

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Olton. Ronalda Jr. -90 Olton. Yan i c k -110 Ortega Orlando -110 Ortiz. Carm en 66 p Palm E l i zabeth -91 Pearson Cra i g 91 Pearson L o u an n e 11, 28, 36. 66 P e d e r sen Peter 9 1 Peffer Deanna -110. 132 P e n a l ver Pedro 110 Perez C harles 110 Perez Edward 111 Perez l riana 91 Perez Nicho l as 66 Peery Robert Jr. -111 P e rry S heri 91 Peterson Rac h el -Ill Peterson Rebecca-Ill P etkidis. S t ella -51. 66. 74 Pho sa Suwit -66 Pinzo n Roy 91. 13.3 Pollard. Brandy -66. 7 4 Porte l a Anton i o -9 66 Pow e ll Judith -66. 74 Price Tish a -28 Pue c h Ali x -111 Pugh Laura -67. 74 Purd y Diana -100. 111 Puryear, Jermain e -14. 52, 67 Putn a m Kim -66. 74 Q Q u esada Fernando -28. 111 Q uint ero Carlos-Ill R Ramir ez Angeli ca -111 R ebo iro R i c h ard -91 Reed C hristopher -111 R eyes Javier -91 R eyes Lelys -11. 67 Rida o John -67 Ridder. Libby -82. 9 1 Rigb y Dwight -111 Riggs Chris -91 Rile y James -67 Rios Jenny-Ill Rios Michae l-Ill Rios M o nica -28. 91 Rit chie James 6 7 74 161 Rit chie Bette -112 Ritc hie Julia 67 Rive r a Christina' 112 Rivera Naika -112 Rivera. Rolando 112 Rivera. Shani 112. 113 Rob erts Ma r c u s -112 Roberts R enae -91 Robertson. Matthew -34. 112 Roc h a R e nee -67 R odanic h e Evan -112 Rodriguez Jairo -92 Rodriguez Myrna -92 Rodriguez-Mesa lli a n a -92 Roldan, Kristina -112 Roque. M atthew 92 Rosa-Maldonado Maritza -92 R ossa n A l exa ndr a -112 Row l a nd Angeline -27. 92. 96 Royo. A l ejandro -67 Royo Mal issa -112 R uddock. Andria -67. 74 Ruff er. Kristina -112 Ruiz Carl os -68 Ruiz Gia nnin a -112 Ruiz Kira -68 Russe ll Joshu a -68 Ruth J essica -112 R ya n M a rk -27. 113 s Saborie. Prisci ll a -113 Saddlemire C h ristina -113 Sakon Keita -92 Sakon. Saku -68 Sal Y Rosas Ed uardo -113 Salazar. Ricardo -92 Samso n Richard -113 Samuel s Mare l isa -68 Sanchez Hector -92 San c h ez Jessica -113 Sanc h ez Mari e n e l a -113 Santamari a Y ess i ca -92 Santiago. Eduardo II -92 Santos Art Jason -92 Sasagawa Yutaka -113 Sasso Bryan -68 Sasso Lisa -92 Schaw Jessica -113 Schnack. K -28 Schu lt e J en nif e r -92 Schul z Stan l ey -68 Schul z Wilford -113 Scott. David -92 Scott Marc i a -68 Scott. Mit c h ell -113 Sess i ons Da vid -113 Serra n o. D e n e iri a -68 Sevon Ma rk -92 Shaikh. Nadia -93 S h a nn on Nicovanna -113 S hoemaker. IIl ea nn a -113 Siddiqi. Ayesha -27. 113 Singh Harc hand -113 Skora. Christopher -28. 93 Smith. Lisa -68. 74 Smith. Rob erto -54. 68 Smith S h an n on -116 Smith. Trade n e 6 14. 34. 50. 68. 74 Snell. Pame l a -84. 93 Snider Mic hael -93 Snell. Pame l a -84. 93 Snider. Michae l -93 S nyder. Angela 69. 74 Sollami. Lenard 52 69 Solle r Alice -93 Soto. A n ge l a -116 Soto. Rudy -93 Spencer S h a nn a -69. 74 Span berg. L ee Ann -106. 116 Spragg. Step h a ni e -116 Spur l o c k Ernest -116 Stad l e r C hri stop h e r -93 Stad ler. Elizabeth -116 Stahlma n Jill -69 S t a m es Nic h o l e -55. 69. 74 Steil. K evin 4 69. 73 Stern Vicki -116 Stir lin g A l exa nd e r -93 Stromberg Kristine -7 52. 69. 73 Strong. Douglas -116 Sweeney Jennifer -15, 93, 96.137 Szymanski Frederick III -93 T Tartagli a Adel a -116 Tassell. Michele -116 Taylor. David -116 Taylor. Linda -93 Tejada. Josefina -113. 116 Testa Carlos -93 Thomas. And rew -69 Thomas. Charles -69 Thom assen Wayne -69 Thomasson. Tara -116 Thompson. Kimbe rl y -14. 69 Thompson. Pame l a -11. 69 Thomson Ivette -94. 130 Thrift. L ea nn e -84, 9 4 Tibli e r Nan cy -116 Toppin Kar e n -116 Torres Dani el -94 Trapp. Bethany 9 4 131 Tremblay. Martin -131. 147 Tutzauer, M ary Ja n e -116 Twohy. Kara -84. 94. 96 u Underwood Ca nut e -74. 161 Unger. Naomi -110. 117 v Va l enc i a Jessie -117 Va ll ari n o S us sa n -117 Ve l asq ue z Augusto -117 Velasquez Francisco -117 Velez Javier -14 Veliz Larry -94 Ventura C lark -9 4 Vergara Jazmin -117 Vidinha Ambe r -94 Villamil, A l exis -94 Villamil, Brenda -117 V ill arrea l, Gise l a -94 Vowell, Alison -117 Vowe ll Amy 74 w Walcott, Andrea -94 Wal cott. N i c h e ll e -117 Wal c ott. Yo l ett e -74 Wal dron Julian -16. 71 Walk e r K imberl y -94 Wall. Angilee -117 Wall ace Deika -113. 117 Wal s h Brenda -117 Ward Fernando -117 Warner Vannette -71 W as hburn E lsa -71 Watanabe Naoki -94 W atk i ns L e a nn e -94. 97 Weade Jason -71 W ebste r Hub ert Jr. -94 Weeks Ar l ee n -71 Weeks II L Kenneth -117 Weeks Melissa -94 W e lsh. Nathanie l -95 Wel s h Nathaniel -95 W estgate James -95 Whee l er Kimb erly -118 Whee ler, Steven -95 Whit e An i ta -95 White Christopher -95 Wh i tt. Ear l III -118 W ilde. Charlotte -95 Wild e Yvette -100. 118. 141 W il ey Richard -118 Williams John 71 Williams, Ferna n do Jr. -71 Willis Duana -95 Wilson Juliet -95 Winford Me li ssa -27. 84. 95. 9 7 Winters Shannon -8 71 Wombl e Bryan 71 Wombl e M i chae l -118 WOOd, Brian -95 Woodrow Noelle -71, 74 Worth Christopher -118 v Yanes C hri sti na -51, 71 Youngs L a m a r -95 z Za l divar Sarah -71 Zamora Mariso l -28, 71 Zornes Jeffrey -71

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200 A C ON CISE IiISTORY OF BALBOA IiIGIi SCIiOOL by Rosemary Wright The very first high school c l asses in the Canal Zone were taught by e lementary teachers in Culebra and Cristobal on October 1 ,1907. In 1908 two teachers arrived from the U.S. to teach only high school classes, one at each school. In early 1909, for the first and only time, there were three high schools in the Canal Zone -one at Culebra, one at Cristobal, and one at Gatun. All three schools were consolidated later that year to form the first true high school, which was at Cristobal. Students from the Pacific Side (that's us! ) commuted by train to school! The first Pacific Side high school classes were on the second floor of the Ancon School. Four years later the high school occupied the third floor of what is now the Balboa Elementary School and the first graduating class in 1918 consisted of twenty-two students. In 1935 high school classes shared with college students what is known as the Old College ,Building or Building 706 (the 600' s, 700' s and 800' s) BHS did not come into its own until 1942. In 1945 the Middle States Accreditation team rated BHS "superior" and its faculty "Very superior" and the first ROTC unit received an "Honon Unit' rating in 1949. Balboa High School has continued to b e an excellent school right through the present, in spite of world war, riots invasion, and other major turmoil. BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL -an interesting history and continued pride! Data excerpted from SCHOOLING IN THE PANAMA CANAL ZONE by Lowell C. Wilson, H. Lor ing White, Michael E. Smith, and Charles L. Lati mer. Published by Phi Delta Kappa.