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Working us hard is her job. We
practice every day thinking were
perfect, but shes always sure to find
a bent arm or a wrong move. She
cares about us a lot; in a way, shes
like a friend, always giving us good
advice. Shes a really special and im
portant part of CHS.
Mireille Gonzalez
Figuring him out is the hardest
task. Part of him is very playful and
another part is very stern; part of
him is very cheerful, always on a
churn. His tiger spirit so high, I know
hell never say farewell. Yes, Mr.
Graver will always be a Tiger.
Alex Steele


TABLE OF
CONTENTS
FALLING INTO PLACE
CLASSES PIECING IT TOGETHER
FACULTY PROVIDING THE ANSWERS
EXTRA CURRICULAR PROVIDING
THE MEMORIES
ADS PAYING THE DEBTS
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Leslie Griffin PRESIDENT
Veena Mayani VICE PRESIDENT
Glen Watson SECRETARY
Eddie Chapa TREASURER
Edith Rozett SPONSOR
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AUTOGRAPHS






MR. & MISS CHS:
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SENIOR
HALL
OF
FAME
MOST
ATHLETIC
WITTIEST
HALL OF FAME/21


EARLY WITHDRAWALS
This year the senior class will lose
some very special classmates. Each of
them has, in his own way, become a
very important part of the Class of 85.
But due to circumstances within the
military community, they will leave us.
We, the Class of 85, wish the very best
of luck to these seniors in their future
endeavors. To all of you, well miss you
Take special care.
EARLY GRADUATE
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My dad has amazed me the most
during my high school years. I have
gone through most of my high school
days crying on only one shoulder: his!
There has always been that big empty
space that always awaits the sound of
my mother. But I was filled with
support and love by my father who
has fulfilled the job of both mother
and father. With a puzzled outcome,
I'm a graduate!
Yvette Modestin
The thing that puzzles me most is
the future: so many places to go, so
many things to do and people to meet
. . Where do I start?
Billy Dewhurst
What puzzles me about the world
is why do we worry about making the
world a better place, when we are
destroying it every day.
Wayne Peart
Am I prepared to be on my own?
Will 1 fit in as a newcomer? How many
roles will 1 have to play? Being a senior,
I am sure of myself, and 1 have lots of
confidence as well; the world is so big
and lonely-I hope its ready for me!
Akis Sanchez
What puzzles me about parents is that they always say that all we think about
is the beach or when's the next party weren't they ever young?
Maurice Cohen
What puzzles me the most is what lies ahead in my future. Frequently the
thought comes to my mind: Will I go to college? What will I study? Will there
be a job for me when I graduate? Will 1 survive in this world. I personally think
its a very scary image that someday I'll be on my own.
Bob Gehringer
What puzzles me about teachers:
Why teachers find it so difficult to admit they arc wrong.
Why a teachers bad day somehow seems to be the student's
fault.
Why the grading system has me guessing.
Why teachers tell me in school not to smoke, drink, etc., yet
show me how outside of school.
Why Monday after Monday, teachers can come to school
knowing the abuse they are going to receive.
Eddie Chapa
The thing that puzzles me about parents is that they don't
let their sons or daughters live their own lives. Parents dont
give us a chance to experience life in our own ways.
John Graves
Teachers don't understand that we
have another life besides school. The
weekends are to have fun; we are only
going to be teenagers once, so take it
easy teachers.
Fulo Real
How can some teachers tell us wild
stories about their adolescence and then
have the nerve to get on our case when
we do the same thing?
Terry Flynn
Why do our elders always think the
teenagers are out partying and messing
up?
Keith Schoonover
What puzzles me about my future? The battle between
traditional ways and new outlooks. Do I want to settle
down and raise a family, or do I want to pursue a career
of my own? Either would be fulfilling for me . can I
maybe do both?
Leslie Griffin
What puzzles me about adults is why they are puzzled
about us teenagers when they already went through what
we did? Every now and then adults say, Honey, we've all
been through that. So, why do they say that we make
them wonder?
Glen Watson
What puzzles me about the world is how we grasp for a dream
and never find it, plunging back to a painful reality.
What puzzles me about the world is why cant there be
Champa Mayani Peace- unity, and love in all of us? Why can't we be free and
not prejudiced?
Emma Foiles
This is what puzzles me the most: What is going to be of
me in the day of tomorrow? Will my dream be lived or not?
Lavina Harjani
What puzzles me about my future is that its too hard to
put together.
Alex Steele
What puzzles me about the future is . will I live my
dream or get caught in the turmoil of the world?
What's puzzling me about the future is not knowing
whats going to come or go. It's kind of scary to think
about it, but yet, we'll have to face it someday.
Fransisco Lee Chan
Where do old dudes go?
l.isca Thomas
Greg DeBoer


JUNIORS/24
is
David Cohen
and
Stacey Patton
CLASS FAVORITES
Michelle Armijo
Marc Bjorneby
David Cohen
Joe Campanelli
Dylan Dempsey
Maria Abreu
Warren Bell
Allen Eckel


Madarro Ellison
Julio Feliciano
Rudy Francis
Douglas Gewin
Mireille Gonzalez
Patrick Hanan
Isaac Heres
Horacio Herrera
Kim Holmes
OFFICERS
PRESIDENT- Imy Plunkett
VICE PRESIDENT Patrick Hanan
SECRETARY Pauline Snyder
(not pictured)
TREASURER Lino Ho
JUNIORS/25


JUNIORS/26
Mauri Iglesias
Kavita Jiwatram
Tania Juarez
Morgan Jones
Mike Laurenzi
Kenneth Lancaster
Danny Lowinger
Marcella Layne
Jennifer Matthews
Adam McDonough


Francisco Medina
Mark Murphy
Lisa Palumbo
Janett Paredes
Stacey Patton
Imy Plunkett
Sandi Rankin
Brian Roscoe
Nancy Sanchez
JUNIORS/27


JUNIORS/28
Karen Schwartz
Brian Smith
Pauline Snyder
Dirk Smith
Allan M. Tolentino
Wynne Streeter
Allan F. Tolentino
Tracy Wilkinson
Mike Woods


JUNIORS/29


SOPHOMORES/30
Olavo Abreu
Marcela Alvarez
Barbra Babicke
Melissa Aquiningoc
Jeff Baygents
Sherise Batizy
Michelle Boggs
Kristi Bjorneby
Francisco Burac
Delbert Cameron


Scot Chisholm
Diane Cooper
Tiernan Corrigan
Melissa DeBoer
Dario Dennis
Charles Duncan
Derik Facey
David Flynn
SOPHOMOES/31


SOPHOMORES/32
Oscar Gallego
Bernard Josephs
Frank Floover
Marta Howell
Shiree Gaylor
Thomas Hanan
Pamela Jones
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Todd Johnson
Reinaldo Francis
Michel Keith


Meena Mayani
Abdiel Moolchan
Debra Martino
Janina Mon
Felix Modestin
Jose Matta
CLASS OFFICERS
Jaime Chan
PRESIDENT
Vanessa Sobers
VICE-PRESIDENT
Barbra Babicke
SECRETARY
Brenda Quinones
TREASURER
Gina Laurenzi
Kerry Legget
Richard Leleaux
SOPHOMORES/33


SOPHOMORES/34
Karl Parsons
Marcia Redman
Deanna Sierra
Erik Petroni
Angelina Robertson
Allen Smith
Brenda Quinones
&
Jose Sanchez
Paul Snyder
Sherry Redden
Michelle Nelson
Vanessa Seales
Vanessa Sobers


Sheila Sperling
Anastasia Steele
Kimberly Trumble
Stephanie Wynn
Benjamin Stahl
Not Pictured:
Tonya Burton
Kathy Landers
John Rawley
James Steele
Gene Taitano
Robert Thompson
Walid Waked
Paul Wilkinson
SOPHOMORES/35


FRESHMEN/36
Andrew Adema
Miehael Aponte
Paola Burac
David Barba
Alex Canate
Michelle Calvo
Elandus Carver
Michael Carpenter
Charlie Carlson
Raju Chugani
Kaalyn Christy
Ramy Cohen
Sammic Clark
ulic Contcro


Cindy Coykendall
Dccna Craig
Simeon Ellison
Joann Eckel
Samuel Fiol
Cathlcen Foley
Francisco Guerrero
William Funderburk
Keri Foster
Scott Hoffman
Robert Huey
Junior Iglesias
Daniel Juarez
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FRESHMEN/37


FRESHMEN/38
William Krieger
Nicki Kuster
Ray Laatz
Gerry Lancaster
Gabriel Lamazares
Robert Lawrence
Alberto Lowinger
Mary Lawrence
Richard Matthews
Anita Mazrolle
Dannie Mcadams
Alberto Motta


Deborah Mullins
Timothy Murphy
Martha Nepton
Agustin Nepton
Barbara Newman
Issac Nepton
Lisa Newman
Angelina Palumbo
Tracy Parsons
Michelle Parks
George Patton
FRESHMEN/39


FRESHMEN/40
Allyson Redenbaugh
Sandra Renno
Billie Jo Sabedra
Brett Sanchez
Gunter Schmidt
Tommy Sperling
Elizabeth Thompson
Aneth Tirado
Valerie Torres
Ray Waterman
Jean Wells
Sheila Whitney
Nathan Williams
Not Pictured:
Sherry Aquiningoc
William Crowder
Daniel Wynn


Tito Lowinger, Deena Craig, Michelle Parks, Tommy Speling
Bill Krieger and Sherry Aquiningoc
FRESHMEN/41


8TH/42
Charles Adaway
Derek Akers
Luzmaria Ayala
Urbiata
Victor Avilas
Brandi Boorman
Ivette Benitez
Lloyd Callendar
Adriane Cameron
Stephanie Boucher
Rogelio Clough
Gary Cloud
Marleane Cruz
Gerald Corrigan
Lee Antonio Currie
Luz Karine Davis


Raed Hachem
Toneta Dewitt
Dwan Ellison
Genny Gossett
Adam Jennings
Adonicio Hartley
Tamara Hopkins
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Anthony Hill
Michelle Headrick
Jannett Gibbs
Mitchel Fairley
David Guevara
Mark H ornan
Jocelyn Eagan
Daniel Gadrin
8TH/43


8TH/44
Rattana Laboran
Elizabeth Landers
Bobby Lancaster
Jose Martinez
Michelle Martin
Mario Martin
William Mathis
Jennifer May
Sharen McGalliard
Francois McCord
Michael Newman


Derek Pretto
Ana Quintero
Victoria Rail
Karen Rankin
Kindra Rankin
Michael Redden
Amy Rendenbaugh
Matthew Rigby
Roboan Rodriguez
Belinda Sanchez
Eric Scales
Peter Stankovich
8TH/45


8TH/46
Joseph Wyant


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Maria Ortiz
Ana Quintero
Henry Josephs
Belinda Sanchez
8TH/47


7TH/48
Alejandra Alvarez
Anthoity Aponte
Robert Babicke
Tondi Batizy
Shayne Bevier
Lili Borsellino
Francis Campbell
Darrell Canamas
Maria Celi Tello
Victor Chan
Lisa Christy
Emilia Coles
Robert Crysell


Eddie Currie
Yvonne Davidson
Yecenia Dawson
Kenneth Davis
Lorraine Engstrom
Eugene Dunbarr
Gio Marcello Feoli
Nicoel Feliciano
Kenneth Gillespie
Gregory Gehringer
Dienneka Gorton
Erlinda Gonzalez
Dawn Gossett
Corey Grubbs
7TH/49


7TH GRADERS/50
Isabel Guevara
Kim Halsell
Kim Hartman
Tricia Hanan
Allison Hoffman
Toshia Jackson
Michael Jenne
Karen Kirby
John Laurcnzi
Tamara Lawyer
Officers
Shaync Bcvicr
Lorraine Engstrom
Juliannc Steele
David Martinez
l ili Borscllino


Anthony Leleaux
Robert Madayag
Cathy McDaniel
Issac Nepton
Louis Ramirez
Manuel Love
Nicole McAdams
Lissette Moolchan
Maria Quinones
A
Santos Davis
Martinez
Jamie McClary
Miguel Medina
Alberto Mizrachi
Michael Moore
Anthony Pittman
7TH/51


7TH/52
Alicia Renteria
David Rigo
Jason Ross
Joshua Rodriguez
Annette Sanchez
Araham Sabedra
Kasma Sobers
Kenneth Schammert
John Stahl
Arthur Sumner
Wanida Ratterree
Jeremy Rodriguez
Javier Santamara
Julianne Steele
Joseph Taitano


Taher Yaafar
Kelly Von Gonten
Monica Zambrano
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Mr. Renno
Principal
Puzzled
Teenagers puzzle me in many different ways.
Never to distraction quite,
Always with a bit of humor in the scene,
Because they have
S o o o Much energy.
For the things they want to do,
And are s
o
Tired when 1 want the car washed or the lawn mowed.
Because they have
Such great ambitions
It reminds me how I longed to play
For the St. Louis Browns,
To turn them one-handed into champions.
I'm puzzled too at how they handle
New math and
New English,
And all the fancy gadgets in the science class,
At how they eat and eat and stay the same
When I have to diet and diet
And run and run
Just to hold my own,
At how bored they get when there's just
A peaceful moment
For rest,
At how young they look and how
Quick they grow.
Howard Perkins
Assistant Principal


Joanne Allen
Secretary
The students here at CHS are the teenagers I see and deal with
from day to day so Im basing my opinions on my dealings with them.
Why are these students usually smiling and happy? Dont try and tell
me they enjoy good old CHS! Most of them are friendly and
courteous, too. Where do they learn such things? These same
teenagers participate in school activities that take so much time and
hard work when they could be at home watching TV or going to a
party. I dont understand this at all! And the athletes! Theyre the
crazy ones . going through all that hard practice day after day,
bruising and straining their bodies just to do their best! Yes the
teenager of CHS really puzzles me! Don't change . youre all great!
She is a very dedicated woman and, at the same time, a very nice
person. We will miss her so much, but we wish her the best of all.
Although many students did not know her very well, she always has
had a friendly smile. I really enjoyed working in the office by her and
the other secretaries. There goes one sweet person.
Akis Sanchez
Student Assistant
Nicki Harper
Secretary
Im puzzled why, when there are so
many advantages for todays youth
available, many do not take
advantage of these opportunities.
Education, Scholarships, keeping
mouths closed, ears and minds open,
its all important. Priorities!! Be your
own best friend.
Linda Alvarado
Secretary


Anne Gegg
Guidance Counselor
Lynn Herman
Educational
Prescriptionist
Beth Deaton
Nurse
Bedsford Bartley
Supply Clerk
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Dayton Wells
Librarian
Nina Miller
Librarian
Nancy Manchester Lynnda Crowder
Cooperative Work Gifted & Talented
Coord.


WHAT PUZZLES A TEACHER
ABOUT TEENAGERS?
Why is it teens believe they have to get drunk to be somebody? Don't
they realize they are somebody already?!
-Gayle Rankin
Why the teenager cannot equate that a teacher's assignments,
grades, and reprimands equals a teachers fierce love.
Why the teenager cannot realize his successes and defeats,
now and later in life, are the parent's and teachers only
payment:
a wound to the heart
a soaring journey of joy
Pat Laurenzi
The following are things that puzzle me most about
teenagers today:
1. Their lack of self discipline.
2. Their inability to express ideas in complete
sentences.
3. Their inability to carry over concepts from
one discipline to another (ie. math as a
tool for science, etc.)
-Charles Reeves
Why do teenagers like loud music which harms their
hearing? Why so they like a dance which gets their
clothes dirty and is apt to cause bodily harm? Why do
they worship singers and help them to look and act odd
and turn them into millionaires? Frankly, l have a long
list of things that I do not understand about todays
teenagers. -Ed Koziol
What puzzles a teacher about students?
... a student with all his faculties, yet does not attempt to
achieve academic excellence and is satisfied with achieving
minimum standards.
-Cpt. Manuel Alvarado
FACULTY/59


SFC Robert Adaway
ROTC
Cpt. Manuel Alvarado
ROTC
Alex Brunell
Auto-Shop
Beth Brunell
Remedial Reading


Lawrence Cowley
Doris Darnell
William Gansen
Gerald Graver
Math
English
Social Studies
Industrial Arts
Henry Jones
Physical Education
Ed Koziol
Art
Pat Laurenzi
English
Douglas McLain
Band
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Rosella Mottern
Business
Anthony Noble
ROTC
Bernadette OBrian
Hearing Impaired
Judy Palumbo
English
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Pastor Sanchez
Foriegn Language
Bonnie Shank
English
William Shank Steve Smith
Social Studies Math


Luke Palumbo
Science
Gayle Rankin
Physical Education
Charles Reeves
Science
Edith Rozett
Special Education
Ann Stahl
English
William Will Hallie Witcher
Social Studies Math and Social Studies
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FACULTY/64
WHAT PUZZLES A TEACHER
Nobody smells the flowers anymore; in
stead they offer up the scent of grape-per
fumed pencil erasers, or strawberry incense
rubbed on the palms of their hands, or es
sence of musk bubble gum! The only wonder
ment they generate is over the mechanical,
the artificial, or the electronic. Whatever
happened to the intellectual curiosity and the
teenager who wanted to know it all, feel it all
and maybe do some of it?
-Doris Darnell
Everything puzzles me about teenagers-clothes, fads, relationship, desires;
but then again, nothing really puzzles me, because I was once a teenager too.
-Beth BruneiI
What puzzles me most is how they
much gum!
can chew so
-Ann Stahl
It puzzles me that that teenagers think we were
born in a different time zone on a different planet.
I'm surprised that they think they can outsmart us!
But they can't . we were there before!
-Edith Rozett
I'm confused by their inability to accept responsibility
for their actions. Time, energy, and resources they waste
as though there were no tomorrow.
-Jerry Graver
I'm puzzled by the gerneral lack of self-discipline and
self-motivation on the part of many teenagers in the school
environment today. This spills into sports as well. It seems
often that many students are here to be entertained" rath
er than educated. Also I am apalled. at times, with the lack
of respect students have for each other and for authority.
Lastly, they often lack faith, trust, and strong moral convic
tions. Am I just too conservative and old fashioned or have
things changed? It puzzles me!
-Bill Will
Being a teenager is hard. I don't envy young people
today. I remember how difficult it was for me to grow up
and find my own identity so I sympathize with teens going
through the struggleThe puzzle is not just about teens
but about mankind: why can't we learn from the mistakes of
others and avoid the obvious pitfalls? It hurts me to watch a
polite, cheerful, motivated teen decide to follow the crowd
into the drug, sex, and alcohol culture. A visible change
takes place. There is a hardness in the face which says,
Lea ve me alone; / dont need anyone: don't interfere. The
puzzle or questions I ask are: How can I help: is there
anything I can do: what is the best way to show love and
concern? I really long for the answers.
-Judy Palumbo


ABOUT TEENAGERS?
The reasons why teenagers do some of the more different
things they do sometimes puzzles me.
-Bernadette O'Brien
What puzzles me most about teenagers today?
One of the most puzzling things is why there are so
many students who prefer watching TV to leisure read
ing. I am also puzzled about the high rate of absenteeism
in the high schools today in comparison to that of my
own generation.
I w ould like to see more teenagers drop one hour of TV
watching each day and do some leisure reading. I would
also like to see more teenagers make a greater effort to
attend school instead of using any excuse to be absent.
-Dayton Wells
Why are so many teenagers reluctant to take advice from
elders and at the same time can be misled so easily through
peer pressure?
-Henry Jones
What I puzzle over is that basical
ly teenagers haven't changed from
year to year, decade to decade, and
generation to generation.
-Bonnie Shank
/ am puzzled by the students' lack of concern about
their future. The motto seems to be eat, drink, and be
merry," but what about tomorrow or four years from
now? Are they going to be prepared to take a role of
responsibility in adult life?
-Hallie Witcher
I look at the vast number of students and see them
willing to accept mediocrity, to look selfishly inward
in most situations, and to feel they are strong, fine
young men and women, totally unable to see kinks in
their vision of themselves. On the other hand, there
are a few students who constantly work for a team
effort, who concern themselves with life rather than
short term appearances and who consider themselves
ineffective and rather normal. / wonder where these
few students receive their courage to continue to give
continuously, to live courageously, and to be such
examples to all of us.
-Beverly Hoffman
I wonder why teenagers punt so much of the time.
-Alex Brunei!
What puzzles me most is that right after you have given explicit
instructions on how to do a technique, procedure, or assignment,
invariably the very first question is What do we do now?
-Jerry Hicks
Teenagers today have so many opportu
nities to get an education that was not
available to people of the past. It puzzles
me that teens do not take advantage of
their opportunities to learn. Instead, they
want to be entertained, and they turn to
other things like drugs.
On the other hand, the teenagers who do
open themselves up to their opportunities
are so much more knowledgeble than we
were.
I would like to see every teenager want
ing to get a good education before settling
down with a family.
-Nina Miller
FACULTY/65




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FOOTBALL/68
FOOTBALL FEATS
Oscar Gallego
Dylan Dempsey
Bruce Thompson
Julio Feliciano
Joe Campanelli
Delbert Cameron
Reggie Cameron
Scott Chisolm
Steve Huey
David Cohen
Francisco Medina
Bernard Joseph
Bob Gchringer
Alex Steele
Glen Watson
Eddie Chapa
Wayne Peart
Larry Finneman
Richard Leleaux
Mickey Jones
Mike Foley
John Lewis
Marc Owens
Jay Thomas
Fulo Real
Lucho Ortiz
Maurice Cohen
Felix Reyes
Rudy Francis
Coaches:
Bill Will
Randy Grubbs
Wayne Smith
Managers:
Michelle Parks
Keri Foster
Lisa Pay
Kim Ball
CAPTAINS
Eddie Chapa
Wayne Peart
Glen Watson




JAMBOREE/70
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Marcella Layne, Bella Mayani, Toni Aquiningoc, Robin Homan, Marcia Redman, Marta Howell, Debbie
Martino, Yvette Modestin, Marleane Cruz, Lavina Harjani, Sandra Renno, Lisca Thomas, Gina Laurenzi,
Michelle Calvo. Champa Mayani, Janina Mon, Lilian Ortiz.
DRILL TEAM/71


CHEERLEADERS/72
Sandi Rankin
Shelly Nelson
Sherise Batizy
Joann Eckel


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Mirielle Gonzalez
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Mauri Iglesias
Emma Foiles
Yvette Modestin
Vanessa Sobers
Nicki Kuster
Ana Pace
Missy Aquiningoc
Sheila Whitney
Maria-Clauda Abreu
Jannett Gibbs
Coach: Gale Rankin
SLAMMIN AND JAMMIN




BOYS BASKETBALL/80
BOYS BASKETBALL A JAMMIN
Adrian Carver, Eddie Chapa, Madarro Ellison, Junior Iglesias, John Lewis, Felix Modestin,
Simeon Ellison, Rudy Francis, Oscar Gallego, Abby Moolchan, Wayne Peart, Alex Steele.




BASEBALL/82
BASEBALL
Managers:
Sherise Batizi
Sandi Rankin
John Lewis
Bobby Gehringer
Keith Schoonover
Larry Finnemon
Allan Eckel
Bernard Joseph
Rev Francis
Danny Lowinger
Teddy Luna
Dario Dennis
Kerry Leggett
Delbert Cameron
Billy Dewhurst
Dylan Dempsey
Frank Hoover
Coaches:
Randy Grubbs
Bill Will
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Yvette
Modestin
Tanya Juarez
Ann Ross
Missy DeBoer
Stacey Pattin
Kindra Rankin
Angelina
Pulumbo
Coach:
Bonnie Shank
Manager:
Imy Plunkett
TENNIS/83


TRACK


Dan Woods
Eddie Chapa
George Lane
David Lowenger
Felix Modestia
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Lee Graver
Mickey Jones
Andrew Adema
Fulo Real
Dario Dennis
John Lewis
Bernard Josephs
Jesus Martinez
Olavo Abreu
Ana Pace
Lucho Ortiz
Rey Francis
Mark Rowell
Jay Thomas
Coach:
Bill Will
Manager:
Brenda Jennings


VOLLEYBALL/86
BOYS
A lex Steele
Rudy Francis
Thomas Eckel
Glen Watson
Frank Hoover
Richard Leleaux
Marcus Cruz
Adrian Carver
COACH: Judy Palumbo
BUMP-SET-SPIKE
GIRLS
Yvette Modest in
Traci Kramer
Lisa Teague
Ana Seeley
Marta Howell
Sandi Rankin
Medalia Bennette
Ann Ross
Tiernan Corrigan
Den a Craig
Tonya Batizy
Sheila Sperling
COACH: Gayle Rankin


EYBAiX/87




Sophistication has its limits!
Victory tastes good!
8th grade training camp.
The agony of defeat.
Sophomore L.A. Raiders
POWDER PUFF/89



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lington, D.
Veena Mayani
Rob Trumble
Greg DeBoer
Kenneth Lancaster
Champa Mayani
Alternates:
Lavina Harjani
Lisca Thomas
Vanessa Sobers
Advisor:
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Robin
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Leslie Griffin
Billy Dewhurst
Veena
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Greg
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Glenn Watson
Connie Sperling


President
Yvette Modcstin
The Student Association of 1984-85
has truly stood beside tradition. We have
also brought a new spirit into CHS,
beginning first with the Jamboree success,
and then the finale of the football season,
the Homecoming parade. This year a new
event was introduced, the Powder Puff.
With participation from "each class, it was
a true success for the S.A.. Because of
the spirit shown at this activity, it was
followed by a celebration dance. Also this
year, weve had our annual Christmas
door decorating contest. There are still
many things ahead of us, and hopefully,
the outcome will be as good as previous
years.
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STUDENT ASSOCIATION/95


JROTC/96
LD I
Dario Dennis
Charles Duncan
Victor Aviles
Derrick Facey
Barbara Babicke
Oscar Gallego
Charles Carlson
Thomas Hanan
Roger Cough
Robert Johnson
Tammie Cochran
Gerry Lancaster
Diane Cooper
Dannie McAdams
Julio Feliciano
Francois McCord
Samuel Fiol
Angel Ortiz
Danny Gadrim
Marc Owens
Brian Geuder
Karl Parsons
Mark Homan
Lisa Pay
Steve Huey
Jose Sanchez
Ingar Johnson
Gene Tiatiano
Ben Kotin
Allen E. Tolentino
William Krieger
Allen M. Tolentino
Ray Laatz
Bobby Lancaster
Steven Landers
Daniel Wynn
Kathy Landers
Mark Murphy
LD III
Tim Murphy
Reggie Cameron
William Mathis
Mike Foley
Jose Matta
Kenneth Lancaster
Yadira Matta
Felix Reyes
Tracy Parson
Mike Sierra
John Rawley
Paul Snyder
Ray Waterman
Vennessa Sobers
Joe Wyant
LD II
Ben Stahl
Anastasia Steele
Robert Thompson
David Barba
Jeff Baygents
LD IV
Elandus Carver
Patrick Hanan
Sammy Clark
Robin Homan
Ramy Cohen
Tracy Wilkinson
Ssg. Nobles, Sfc. Adaway, Cpt. Alvarado
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Working us hard is her job. We
practice every day thinking we're
perfect, but she's always sure to find
a bent arm or a wrong move. She
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he'll never say farewell. Yes, Mr.
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Alex Steele



TABLE OF
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CLASSES PIECING IT TOGETHER 8

FACULTY PROVIDING THE ANSWERS 54
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This year the senior class will lose
some very special classmates. Each of
them has, in his own way, become a
very important part of the Class of '85.
But due to circumstances within the
military community, they will leave us.
We, the Class of '85, wish the very best
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My dad has amazed me the most
during my high school years. I have
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days crying on only one shoulder: his!
There has always been that big empty
space that always awaits the sound of
my mother. But I was filled with
support and love by my father who
has fulfilled the job of both mother
and father. With a puzzled outcome,
I"m a graduate!

Yvette Modestin



The thing that puzzles me most is
the future: so many places to go, so
many things to do and people to meet
. Where do I start?

Billy Dewhurst



What puzzles me about the world
is why do we worry about making the
world a better place, when we are
destroying it every day.

Wayne Peart



Am I prepared to be on my own?
Will 1 fit in as a newcomer? How many
roles will I have to play? Being a senior,
1 am sure of myself, and I have lot's of
confidence as well; the world is so big
and lonely-I hope it's ready for me!

Akis Sanchez



What puzzles me about parents is that they always say that all we think about
is the beach or when's the next party weren't they ever young?

Maurice Cohen



What puzzles me the most is what lies ahead in my future. Frequently the
thought comes to my mind: Will I go to college? What will I study? Will there
be a job for me when I graduate? Will I survive in this world. I personally think
it's a very scary image that someday I'll be on my own.

Bob Gehringer



What puzzles me about teachers:

Why teachers find it so difficult to admit they are wrong.

Why a teacher's bad day somehow seems to be the student's

fault.

Why the grading system has me guessing.

Why teachers tell me in school not to smoke, drink, etc., yet

show me how outside of school.

Why Monday after Monday, teachers can come to school

knowing the abuse they are going to receive.

Eddie Chapa



The thing that puzzles me about parents is that they don't
let their sons or daughters live their own lives. Parents don't
give us a chance to experience life in our own ways.

John Graves



Teachers don't understand that we
have another life besides school. The
weekends are to have fun; we are only
going to be teenagers once, so take it
easy teachers.

Fulo Real



How can some teachers tell us wild
stories about their adolescence and then
have the nerve to get on our case when
we do the same thing?

Terry Flynn



Why do our elders always think the
teenagers are out partying and messing
up?

Keith Schoonover



What puzzles me about my future? The battle between
traditional ways and new outlooks. Do I want to settle
down and raise a family, or do I want to pursue a career
of my own? Either would be fulfilling for me can 1
maybe do both?

Leslie Griffin



What puzzles me about adults is why they are puzzled
about us teenagers when they already went through what
we did? Every now and then adults say, "Honey, we've all
been through that." So, why do they say that we make
them wonder?

Glen Watson



What puzzles me about the world is how we grasp for a dream
and never find it, plunging back to a painful reality.

Champa Mayani



This is what puzzles me the most: What is going to be of
me in the day of tomorrow? Will my dream be lived or not?

Lavina Harjani

What puzzles me about my future is that it's too hard to
put together.

Alex Steele



What puzzles me about the world is why can't there be
peace, unity, and love in all of us? Why can't we be free and
not prejudiced?

Emma Foiles



What's puzzling me about the future is not knowing
what's going to come or go. It's kind of scary to think
about it, but yet, we'll have to face it someday.

Fransisco Lee Chan



What puzzles me about the future is will I live my
dream or get caught in the turmoil of the world?

Lisca Thomas



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Mr. Renno
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Puzzled

Teenagers puzzle me in many different ways.

Never to distraction quite,
Always with a bit of humor in the scene.

Because they have
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For the things they want to do,
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Tired when I want the car washed or the lawn mowed.

Because they have
Such great ambitions

It reminds me how I longed to play
For the St. Louis Browns,

To turn them one-handed into champions.

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New math and

New English,
And all the fancy gadgets in the science class,
At how they eat and eat and stay the same
When I have to diet and diet
And run and run
Just to hold my own,
At how bored they get when there's just
A peaceful moment



At how young they look and how
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The students here at CHS are the teenagers I see and deal with
from day to day so I'm basing my opinions on my dealings with them.
Why are these students usually smiling and happy? Don't try and tell
me they enjoy good old CHS! Most of them are friendly and
courteous, too. Where do they learn such things? These same
teenagers participate in school activities that take so much time and
hard work when they could be at home watching TV or going to a
party. I don't understand this at all! And the athletes! They're the
crazy ones going through all that hard practice day after day,
bruising and straining their bodies just to do their best! Yes the
teenager of CHS really puzzles me! Don't change you're all great!



She is a very dedicated woman and, at the same time, a very nice
person. We will miss her so much, but we wish her the best of all.
Although many students did not know her very well, she always has
had a friendly smile. I really enjoyed working in the office by her and
the other secretaries. There goes one sweet person.

Akis Sanchez
Student Assistant





Nicki Harper
Secretary

I'm puzzled why, when there are so
many advantages for today's youth
available, many do not take
advantage of these opportunities.
Education, Scholarships, keeping
mouths closed, ears and minds open,
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own best friend.

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WHAT PUZZLES A TEACHER
ABOUT TEENAGERS?




Why is it teens believe they have to get drunk to be somebody? Don't
they realize they are somebody already?!

-Gayle Rankin



Why the teenager cannot equate that a teacher's assignments,
grades, and reprimands equals a teacher's fierce love.

Why the teenager cannot realize his successes and defeats,
now and later in life, are the parent's and teacher's only
payment:

a wound to the heart
a soaring journey of joy

Pat Laurenzi



The following are things that puzzle me most about
teenagers today:

1. Their lack of self discipline.

2. Their inability to express ideas in complete
sentences.

3. Their inability to carry over concepts from
one discipline to another (ie. math as a
tool for science, etc.)

-Charles Reeves




Why do teenagers like loud music which harms their
hearing? Why so they like a dance which gets their
clothes dirty and is apt to cause bodily harm? Why do
they worship singers and help them to look and act odd
and turn them into millionaires? Frankly, I have a long
list of things that I do not understand about today's
teenagers. -Ed Koziol




What puzzles a teacher about students?

... a student with all his faculties, yet does not attempt to
achieve academic excellence and is satisfied with achieving
minimum standards.

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Ed Koziol
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Pat Laurenzi
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Douglas McLain
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Rosella Mottern
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Anthony Noble
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Bernadette O'Brian
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Judy Palumbo
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Pastor Sanchez
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Bonnie Shank
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William Shank
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Science




Gayle Rankin
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Charles Reeves
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Edith Rozett
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William Will
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Hallie Witcher
Math and Social Studies






WHAT PUZZLES A TEACHER



Nobody smells the flowers anymore; in-
stead they offer up the scent of grape-per-
fumed pencil erasers, or strawberry incense
rubbed on the palms of their hands, or es-
sence of musk bubble gum! The only wonder-
ment they generate is over the mechanical,
the artificial, or the electronic. Whatever
happened to the intellectual curiosity and the
teenager who wanted to know it all, feel it all
and maybe do some of it ?

-Doris Darnell



Everything puzzles me about teenagers-clothes, fads, relationship, desires;
but then again, nothing really puzzles me, because I was once a teenager too.

-Beth Brunell





What puzzles me most is how they can chew so
much gum!

-Ann Stahl




It puzzles me that that teenagers think we were
born in a different time zone on a different planet.
I'm surprised that they think they can outsmart us!
But they can't we were there before!

-Edith Rozett



I'm confused by their inability to accept responsibility
for their actions. Time, energy, and resources they waste
as though there were no tomorrow.

-Jerry Graver



I'm puzzled by the gerneral lack of self-discipline and
self-motivation on the part of many teenagers in the school
environment today. This spills into sports as well. It seems
often that many students are here to be "entertained" rath-
er than educated. Also I am apalled, at times, with the lack
of respect students have for each other and for authority.
Lastly, they often lack faith, trust, and strong moral convic-
tions. Am I just too conservative and old fashioned or have
things changed? It puzzles me!

-Bill Will

Being a teenager is hard. I don't envy young people
today. I remember how difficult it was for me to grow up
and find my own identity so I sympathize with teens going
through "the struggle." The puzzle is not just about teens
but about mankind: why can 't we learn from the mistakes of
others and avoid the obvious pitfalls? It hurts me to watch a
polite, cheerful, motivated teen decide to follow the crowd
into the drug, sex, and alcohol culture. A visible change
takes place. There is a hardness in the face which says,
"Leave me alone; I don 't need anyone; don 't interfere. The
puzzle or questions I ask are: "How can I help; is there
anything I can do: what is the best way to show love and
concern?" I really long for the answers.

-Judy Palumbo



ABOUT TEENAGERS?



The reasons why teenagers do some of the more "different"
things they do sometimes puzzles me.

-Bernadette O'Brien

What puzzles me most about teenagers today?

One of the most puzzling things is why there are so
many students who prefer watching TV to leisure read-
ing. I am also puzzled about the high rate of absenteeism
in the high schools today in comparison to that of my
own generation.

I would like to see more teenagers drop one hour of TV
watching each day and do some leisure reading. I would
also like to see more teenagers make a greater effort to
attend school instead of using any excuse to be absent.

-Dayton Wells



Why are so many teenagers reluctant to take advice from
elders and at the same time can be misled so easily through
peer pressure?

-Henry Jones



What I puzzle over is that basical-
ly teenagers haven't changed from
year to year, decade to decade, and
generation to generation.

-Bonnie Shank




I am puzzled by the students' lack of concern about
their future. The motto seems to be "eat, drink, and be
merry, but what about tomorrow or four years from
now? Are they going to be prepared to take a role of
responsibility in adult life?

-Hallic Witcher



I look at the vast number of students and see them
willing to accept mediocrity, to look selfishly inward
in most situations, and to feel they are strong, fine
young men and women, totally unable to see kinks in
their vision of themselves. On the other hand, there
are a few students who constantly work for a team
effort, who concern themselves with life rather than
short term appearances and who consider themselves
ineffective and rather normal. I wonder where these
few students receive their courage to continue to give
continuously, to live courageously, and to be such
examples to all of us.

-Beverly Hoffman



I wonder why teenagers punt so much of the time.

-Alex Brunei I



What puzzles me most is that right after you have given explicit
instructions on how to do a technique, procedure, or assignment,
invariably the very first question is "What do we do now?"

-Jerry Hicks




Teenagers today have so many opportu-
nities to get an education that was not
available to people of the past. It puzzles
me that teens do not take advantage of
their opportunities to learn. Instead, they
want to be entertained, and they turn to
other things like drugs.

On the other hand, the teenagers who do
open themselves up to their opportunities
are so much more knowlcdgcblc than we
were.

I would like to see every teenager want-
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Traci Kramer
Lisa Teague
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Marta Howell
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Medalia Bennette
Ann Ross
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Den a Craig
Tonya Batizy
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CLOSE UP is an opportunity for
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senators, representatives, White
House and executive branch
officials, lobbyists, reporters, and
other newsmakers, and develop a
richer understanding of the political
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Rob Trumble
Greg DeBoer

Kenneth Lancaster
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Lisca Thomas
Vanessa Sobers



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and then the finale of the football season,
the Homecoming parade. This year a new
event was introduced, the Powder Puff.
With participation from "each class, it was
a true success for the S.A.. Because of
the spirit shown at this activity, it was
followed by a celebration dance. Also this
year, we've had our annual Christmas
door decorating contest. There are still
many things ahead of us, and hopefully,
the outcome will be as good as previous
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Barbara Babicke
Charles Carlson
Roger Cough
Tammie Cochran
Diane Cooper
Julio Feliciano
Samuel Fiol
Danny Gadrim
Brian Geuder
Mark Homan
Steve Huey
Ingar Johnson
Ben Kotin
William Krieger
Ray Laatz
Bobby Lancaster
Steven Landers
Kathy Landers
Mark Murphy
Tim Murphy
William Mathis
Jose Matta
Yadira Matta
Tracy Parson
John Rawley
Ray Waterman
Joe Wyant



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Jeff Baygents
Elandus Carver
Sammy Clark
Ramy Cohen




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Charles Duncan
Derrick Facey
Oscar Gallego
Thomas Hanan
Robert Johnson
Gerry Lancaster
Dannie McAdams
Francois McCord
Angel Ortiz
Marc Owens
Karl Parsons
Lisa Pay
Jose Sanchez
Gene Tiatiano
Allen E. Tolentino
Allen M. Tolentino
Daniel Wynn



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Reggie Cameron
Mike Foley
Kenneth Lancaster
Felix Reyes
Mike Sierra
Paul Snyder
Vennessa Sobers
Ben Stahl
Anastasia Steele
Robert Thompson



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Robin Homan
Tracy Wilkinson




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Whereever you go, there you are!

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It's finally over, and it sure is a relief! Now that the
yearbook has come to an end, it seems that the year has gone
by too quickly. A good deal of sweat and tears plus a vast
amount of creativity have gone into the making of this
yearbook in order to produce pages full of memories and
events that have made this year an unforgettable one. An
unlimited amount of events this year had to be encorporated in
a limited amount of time and space. Every effort was made to
make this yearbook the best, and we hope that you've enjoyed
it as much as we enjoyed preparing it.

We have been very proud of our staff. Although they were
inexperienced at first, they were full of talent and new ideas.
We would like to acknowledge each of them individually;
therefore, we take this time to thank Yvette, James, Maurice,
Alex, Brian, and Missy for sticking with it. We know it was
tough at times.

There are also two very important and special ladies whom
we've really appreciated. They have always been there to
encourage us, to advise us, to praise us, and at times when it
was needed, to reprimand us. These two ladies are Mrs.
Hoffman and Mrs. Akers; without them, there wouldn't have
been a yearbook. We'd also like to thank Mrs. Will for the
free time she gave up to help us. And to Mr. McLain, we
thank you for the ads.

We'd also like to take this opportunity to congratulate our
senior classmates. We are proud to be part of the Class of '85,
and we wish each of them happiness and success in their future
endeavors.

Respectfully yours.

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practice every day thinking were
perfect, but shes always sure to find
a bent arm or a wrong move. She
cares about us a lot; in a way, shes
like a friend, always giving us good
advice. Shes a really special and im
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Mireille Gonzalez
Figuring him out is the hardest
task. Part of him is very playful and
another part is very stern; part of
him is very cheerful, always on a
churn. His tiger spirit so high, I know
hell never say farewell. Yes, Mr.
Graver will always be a Tiger.
Alex Steele

TABLE OF
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FALLING INTO PLACE
CLASSES PIECING IT TOGETHER
FACULTY PROVIDING THE ANSWERS
EXTRA CURRICULAR PROVIDING
THE MEMORIES
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Leslie Griffin PRESIDENT
Veena Mayani VICE PRESIDENT
Glen Watson SECRETARY
Eddie Chapa TREASURER
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EARLY WITHDRAWALS
This year the senior class will lose
some very special classmates. Each of
them has, in his own way, become a
very important part of the Class of 85.
But due to circumstances within the
military community, they will leave us.
We, the Class of 85, wish the very best
of luck to these seniors in their future
endeavors. To all of you, well miss you
Take special care.
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My dad has amazed me the most
during my high school years. I have
gone through most of my high school
days crying on only one shoulder: his!
There has always been that big empty
space that always awaits the sound of
my mother. But I was filled with
support and love by my father who
has fulfilled the job of both mother
and father. With a puzzled outcome,
I'm a graduate!
Yvette Modestin
The thing that puzzles me most is
the future: so many places to go, so
many things to do and people to meet
. . Where do I start?
Billy Dewhurst
What puzzles me about the world
is why do we worry about making the
world a better place, when we are
destroying it every day.
Wayne Peart
Am I prepared to be on my own?
Will 1 fit in as a newcomer? How many
roles will 1 have to play? Being a senior,
I am sure of myself, and 1 have lots of
confidence as well; the world is so big
and lonely-I hope its ready for me!
Akis Sanchez
What puzzles me about parents is that they always say that all we think about
is the beach or when's the next party weren't they ever young?
Maurice Cohen
What puzzles me the most is what lies ahead in my future. Frequently the
thought comes to my mind: Will I go to college? What will I study? Will there
be a job for me when I graduate? Will 1 survive in this world. I personally think
its a very scary image that someday I'll be on my own.
Bob Gehringer
What puzzles me about teachers:
Why teachers find it so difficult to admit they arc wrong.
Why a teachers bad day somehow seems to be the student's
fault.
Why the grading system has me guessing.
Why teachers tell me in school not to smoke, drink, etc., yet
show me how outside of school.
Why Monday after Monday, teachers can come to school
knowing the abuse they are going to receive.
Eddie Chapa
The thing that puzzles me about parents is that they don't
let their sons or daughters live their own lives. Parents dont
give us a chance to experience life in our own ways.
John Graves
Teachers don't understand that we
have another life besides school. The
weekends are to have fun; we are only
going to be teenagers once, so take it
easy teachers.
Fulo Real
How can some teachers tell us wild
stories about their adolescence and then
have the nerve to get on our case when
we do the same thing?
Terry Flynn
Why do our elders always think the
teenagers are out partying and messing
up?
Keith Schoonover
What puzzles me about my future? The battle between
traditional ways and new outlooks. Do I want to settle
down and raise a family, or do I want to pursue a career
of my own? Either would be fulfilling for me . can I
maybe do both?
Leslie Griffin
What puzzles me about adults is why they are puzzled
about us teenagers when they already went through what
we did? Every now and then adults say, Honey, we've all
been through that. So, why do they say that we make
them wonder?
Glen Watson
What puzzles me about the world is how we grasp for a dream
and never find it, plunging back to a painful reality.
What puzzles me about the world is why cant there be
Champa Mayani Peace- unity, and love in all of us? Why can't we be free and
not prejudiced?
Emma Foiles
This is what puzzles me the most: What is going to be of
me in the day of tomorrow? Will my dream be lived or not?
Lavina Harjani
What puzzles me about my future is that its too hard to
put together.
Alex Steele
What puzzles me about the future is . will I live my
dream or get caught in the turmoil of the world?
What's puzzling me about the future is not knowing
whats going to come or go. It's kind of scary to think
about it, but yet, we'll have to face it someday.
Fransisco Lee Chan
Where do old dudes go?
l.isca Thomas
Greg DeBoer

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CLASS FAVORITES
Michelle Armijo
Marc Bjorneby
David Cohen
Joe Campanelli
Dylan Dempsey
Maria Abreu
Warren Bell
Allen Eckel

Madarro Ellison
Julio Feliciano
Rudy Francis
Douglas Gewin
Mireille Gonzalez
Patrick Hanan
Isaac Heres
Horacio Herrera
Kim Holmes
OFFICERS
PRESIDENT- Imy Plunkett
VICE PRESIDENT Patrick Hanan
SECRETARY Pauline Snyder
(not pictured)
TREASURER Lino Ho
JUNIORS/25

JUNIORS/26
Mauri Iglesias
Kavita Jiwatram
Tania Juarez
Morgan Jones
Mike Laurenzi
Kenneth Lancaster
Danny Lowinger
Marcella Layne
Jennifer Matthews
Adam McDonough

Francisco Medina
Mark Murphy
Lisa Palumbo
Janett Paredes
Stacey Patton
Imy Plunkett
Sandi Rankin
Brian Roscoe
Nancy Sanchez
JUNIORS/27

JUNIORS/28
Karen Schwartz
Brian Smith
Pauline Snyder
Dirk Smith
Allan M. Tolentino
Wynne Streeter
Allan F. Tolentino
Tracy Wilkinson
Mike Woods

JUNIORS/29

SOPHOMORES/30
Olavo Abreu
Marcela Alvarez
Barbra Babicke
Melissa Aquiningoc
Jeff Baygents
Sherise Batizy
Michelle Boggs
Kristi Bjorneby
Francisco Burac
Delbert Cameron

Scot Chisholm
Diane Cooper
Tiernan Corrigan
Melissa DeBoer
Dario Dennis
Charles Duncan
Derik Facey
David Flynn
SOPHOMOES/31

SOPHOMORES/32
Oscar Gallego
Bernard Josephs
Frank Floover
Marta Howell
Shiree Gaylor
Thomas Hanan
Pamela Jones
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Reinaldo Francis
Michel Keith

Meena Mayani
Abdiel Moolchan
Debra Martino
Janina Mon
Felix Modestin
Jose Matta
CLASS OFFICERS
Jaime Chan
PRESIDENT
Vanessa Sobers
VICE-PRESIDENT
Barbra Babicke
SECRETARY
Brenda Quinones
TREASURER
Gina Laurenzi
Kerry Legget
Richard Leleaux
SOPHOMORES/33

SOPHOMORES/34
Karl Parsons
Marcia Redman
Deanna Sierra
Erik Petroni
Angelina Robertson
Allen Smith
Brenda Quinones
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Jose Sanchez
Paul Snyder
Sherry Redden
Michelle Nelson
Vanessa Seales
Vanessa Sobers

Sheila Sperling
Anastasia Steele
Kimberly Trumble
Stephanie Wynn
Benjamin Stahl
Not Pictured:
Tonya Burton
Kathy Landers
John Rawley
James Steele
Gene Taitano
Robert Thompson
Walid Waked
Paul Wilkinson
SOPHOMORES/35

FRESHMEN/36
Andrew Adema
Miehael Aponte
Paola Burac
David Barba
Alex Canate
Michelle Calvo
Elandus Carver
Michael Carpenter
Charlie Carlson
Raju Chugani
Kaalyn Christy
Ramy Cohen
Sammic Clark
ulic Contcro

Cindy Coykendall
Dccna Craig
Simeon Ellison
Joann Eckel
Samuel Fiol
Cathlcen Foley
Francisco Guerrero
William Funderburk
Keri Foster
Scott Hoffman
Robert Huey
Junior Iglesias
Daniel Juarez
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FRESHMEN/38
William Krieger
Nicki Kuster
Ray Laatz
Gerry Lancaster
Gabriel Lamazares
Robert Lawrence
Alberto Lowinger
Mary Lawrence
Richard Matthews
Anita Mazrolle
Dannie Mcadams
Alberto Motta

Deborah Mullins
Timothy Murphy
Martha Nepton
Agustin Nepton
Barbara Newman
Issac Nepton
Lisa Newman
Angelina Palumbo
Tracy Parsons
Michelle Parks
George Patton
FRESHMEN/39

FRESHMEN/40
Allyson Redenbaugh
Sandra Renno
Billie Jo Sabedra
Brett Sanchez
Gunter Schmidt
Tommy Sperling
Elizabeth Thompson
Aneth Tirado
Valerie Torres
Ray Waterman
Jean Wells
Sheila Whitney
Nathan Williams
Not Pictured:
Sherry Aquiningoc
William Crowder
Daniel Wynn

Tito Lowinger, Deena Craig, Michelle Parks, Tommy Speling
Bill Krieger and Sherry Aquiningoc
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Charles Adaway
Derek Akers
Luzmaria Ayala
Urbiata
Victor Avilas
Brandi Boorman
Ivette Benitez
Lloyd Callendar
Adriane Cameron
Stephanie Boucher
Rogelio Clough
Gary Cloud
Marleane Cruz
Gerald Corrigan
Lee Antonio Currie
Luz Karine Davis

Raed Hachem
Toneta Dewitt
Dwan Ellison
Genny Gossett
Adam Jennings
Adonicio Hartley
Tamara Hopkins
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Anthony Hill
Michelle Headrick
Jannett Gibbs
Mitchel Fairley
David Guevara
Mark H ornan
Jocelyn Eagan
Daniel Gadrin
8TH/43

8TH/44
Rattana Laboran
Elizabeth Landers
Bobby Lancaster
Jose Martinez
Michelle Martin
Mario Martin
William Mathis
Jennifer May
Sharen McGalliard
Francois McCord
Michael Newman

Derek Pretto
Ana Quintero
Victoria Rail
Karen Rankin
Kindra Rankin
Michael Redden
Amy Rendenbaugh
Matthew Rigby
Roboan Rodriguez
Belinda Sanchez
Eric Scales
Peter Stankovich
8TH/45

8TH/46
Joseph Wyant

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Maria Ortiz
Ana Quintero
Henry Josephs
Belinda Sanchez
8TH/47

7TH/48
Alejandra Alvarez
Anthoity Aponte
Robert Babicke
Tondi Batizy
Shayne Bevier
Lili Borsellino
Francis Campbell
Darrell Canamas
Maria Celi Tello
Victor Chan
Lisa Christy
Emilia Coles
Robert Crysell

Eddie Currie
Yvonne Davidson
Yecenia Dawson
Kenneth Davis
Lorraine Engstrom
Eugene Dunbarr
Gio Marcello Feoli
Nicoel Feliciano
Kenneth Gillespie
Gregory Gehringer
Dienneka Gorton
Erlinda Gonzalez
Dawn Gossett
Corey Grubbs
7TH/49

7TH GRADERS/50
Isabel Guevara
Kim Halsell
Kim Hartman
Tricia Hanan
Allison Hoffman
Toshia Jackson
Michael Jenne
Karen Kirby
John Laurcnzi
Tamara Lawyer
Officers
Shaync Bcvicr
Lorraine Engstrom
Juliannc Steele
David Martinez
l ili Borscllino

Anthony Leleaux
Robert Madayag
Cathy McDaniel
Issac Nepton
Louis Ramirez
Manuel Love
Nicole McAdams
Lissette Moolchan
Maria Quinones
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Martinez
Jamie McClary
Miguel Medina
Alberto Mizrachi
Michael Moore
Anthony Pittman
7TH/51

7TH/52
Alicia Renteria
David Rigo
Jason Ross
Joshua Rodriguez
Annette Sanchez
Araham Sabedra
Kasma Sobers
Kenneth Schammert
John Stahl
Arthur Sumner
Wanida Ratterree
Jeremy Rodriguez
Javier Santamara
Julianne Steele
Joseph Taitano

Taher Yaafar
Kelly Von Gonten
Monica Zambrano
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Mr. Renno
Principal
Puzzled
Teenagers puzzle me in many different ways.
Never to distraction quite,
Always with a bit of humor in the scene,
Because they have
S o o o Much energy.
For the things they want to do,
And are s
o
Tired when 1 want the car washed or the lawn mowed.
Because they have
Such great ambitions
It reminds me how I longed to play
For the St. Louis Browns,
To turn them one-handed into champions.
I'm puzzled too at how they handle
New math and
New English,
And all the fancy gadgets in the science class,
At how they eat and eat and stay the same
When I have to diet and diet
And run and run
Just to hold my own,
At how bored they get when there's just
A peaceful moment
For rest,
At how young they look and how
Quick they grow.
Howard Perkins
Assistant Principal

Joanne Allen
Secretary
The students here at CHS are the teenagers I see and deal with
from day to day so Im basing my opinions on my dealings with them.
Why are these students usually smiling and happy? Dont try and tell
me they enjoy good old CHS! Most of them are friendly and
courteous, too. Where do they learn such things? These same
teenagers participate in school activities that take so much time and
hard work when they could be at home watching TV or going to a
party. I dont understand this at all! And the athletes! Theyre the
crazy ones . going through all that hard practice day after day,
bruising and straining their bodies just to do their best! Yes the
teenager of CHS really puzzles me! Don't change . youre all great!
She is a very dedicated woman and, at the same time, a very nice
person. We will miss her so much, but we wish her the best of all.
Although many students did not know her very well, she always has
had a friendly smile. I really enjoyed working in the office by her and
the other secretaries. There goes one sweet person.
Akis Sanchez
Student Assistant
Nicki Harper
Secretary
Im puzzled why, when there are so
many advantages for todays youth
available, many do not take
advantage of these opportunities.
Education, Scholarships, keeping
mouths closed, ears and minds open,
its all important. Priorities!! Be your
own best friend.
Linda Alvarado
Secretary

Anne Gegg
Guidance Counselor
Lynn Herman
Educational
Prescriptionist
Beth Deaton
Nurse
Bedsford Bartley
Supply Clerk
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Dayton Wells
Librarian
Nina Miller
Librarian
Nancy Manchester Lynnda Crowder
Cooperative Work Gifted & Talented
Coord.

WHAT PUZZLES A TEACHER
ABOUT TEENAGERS?
Why is it teens believe they have to get drunk to be somebody? Don't
they realize they are somebody already?!
-Gayle Rankin
Why the teenager cannot equate that a teacher's assignments,
grades, and reprimands equals a teachers fierce love.
Why the teenager cannot realize his successes and defeats,
now and later in life, are the parent's and teachers only
payment:
a wound to the heart
a soaring journey of joy
Pat Laurenzi
The following are things that puzzle me most about
teenagers today:
1. Their lack of self discipline.
2. Their inability to express ideas in complete
sentences.
3. Their inability to carry over concepts from
one discipline to another (ie. math as a
tool for science, etc.)
-Charles Reeves
Why do teenagers like loud music which harms their
hearing? Why so they like a dance which gets their
clothes dirty and is apt to cause bodily harm? Why do
they worship singers and help them to look and act odd
and turn them into millionaires? Frankly, l have a long
list of things that I do not understand about todays
teenagers. -Ed Koziol
What puzzles a teacher about students?
... a student with all his faculties, yet does not attempt to
achieve academic excellence and is satisfied with achieving
minimum standards.
-Cpt. Manuel Alvarado
FACULTY/59

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ROTC
Cpt. Manuel Alvarado
ROTC
Alex Brunell
Auto-Shop
Beth Brunell
Remedial Reading

Lawrence Cowley
Doris Darnell
William Gansen
Gerald Graver
Math
English
Social Studies
Industrial Arts
Henry Jones
Physical Education
Ed Koziol
Art
Pat Laurenzi
English
Douglas McLain
Band
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Rosella Mottern
Business
Anthony Noble
ROTC
Bernadette OBrian
Hearing Impaired
Judy Palumbo
English
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Foriegn Language
Bonnie Shank
English
William Shank Steve Smith
Social Studies Math

Luke Palumbo
Science
Gayle Rankin
Physical Education
Charles Reeves
Science
Edith Rozett
Special Education
Ann Stahl
English
William Will Hallie Witcher
Social Studies Math and Social Studies
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WHAT PUZZLES A TEACHER
Nobody smells the flowers anymore; in
stead they offer up the scent of grape-per
fumed pencil erasers, or strawberry incense
rubbed on the palms of their hands, or es
sence of musk bubble gum! The only wonder
ment they generate is over the mechanical,
the artificial, or the electronic. Whatever
happened to the intellectual curiosity and the
teenager who wanted to know it all, feel it all
and maybe do some of it?
-Doris Darnell
Everything puzzles me about teenagers-clothes, fads, relationship, desires;
but then again, nothing really puzzles me, because I was once a teenager too.
-Beth BruneiI
What puzzles me most is how they
much gum!
can chew so
-Ann Stahl
It puzzles me that that teenagers think we were
born in a different time zone on a different planet.
I'm surprised that they think they can outsmart us!
But they can't . we were there before!
-Edith Rozett
I'm confused by their inability to accept responsibility
for their actions. Time, energy, and resources they waste
as though there were no tomorrow.
-Jerry Graver
I'm puzzled by the gerneral lack of self-discipline and
self-motivation on the part of many teenagers in the school
environment today. This spills into sports as well. It seems
often that many students are here to be entertained" rath
er than educated. Also I am apalled. at times, with the lack
of respect students have for each other and for authority.
Lastly, they often lack faith, trust, and strong moral convic
tions. Am I just too conservative and old fashioned or have
things changed? It puzzles me!
-Bill Will
Being a teenager is hard. I don't envy young people
today. I remember how difficult it was for me to grow up
and find my own identity so I sympathize with teens going
through the struggleThe puzzle is not just about teens
but about mankind: why can't we learn from the mistakes of
others and avoid the obvious pitfalls? It hurts me to watch a
polite, cheerful, motivated teen decide to follow the crowd
into the drug, sex, and alcohol culture. A visible change
takes place. There is a hardness in the face which says,
Lea ve me alone; / dont need anyone: don't interfere. The
puzzle or questions I ask are: How can I help: is there
anything I can do: what is the best way to show love and
concern? I really long for the answers.
-Judy Palumbo

ABOUT TEENAGERS?
The reasons why teenagers do some of the more different
things they do sometimes puzzles me.
-Bernadette O'Brien
What puzzles me most about teenagers today?
One of the most puzzling things is why there are so
many students who prefer watching TV to leisure read
ing. I am also puzzled about the high rate of absenteeism
in the high schools today in comparison to that of my
own generation.
I w ould like to see more teenagers drop one hour of TV
watching each day and do some leisure reading. I would
also like to see more teenagers make a greater effort to
attend school instead of using any excuse to be absent.
-Dayton Wells
Why are so many teenagers reluctant to take advice from
elders and at the same time can be misled so easily through
peer pressure?
-Henry Jones
What I puzzle over is that basical
ly teenagers haven't changed from
year to year, decade to decade, and
generation to generation.
-Bonnie Shank
/ am puzzled by the students' lack of concern about
their future. The motto seems to be eat, drink, and be
merry," but what about tomorrow or four years from
now? Are they going to be prepared to take a role of
responsibility in adult life?
-Hallie Witcher
I look at the vast number of students and see them
willing to accept mediocrity, to look selfishly inward
in most situations, and to feel they are strong, fine
young men and women, totally unable to see kinks in
their vision of themselves. On the other hand, there
are a few students who constantly work for a team
effort, who concern themselves with life rather than
short term appearances and who consider themselves
ineffective and rather normal. / wonder where these
few students receive their courage to continue to give
continuously, to live courageously, and to be such
examples to all of us.
-Beverly Hoffman
I wonder why teenagers punt so much of the time.
-Alex Brunei!
What puzzles me most is that right after you have given explicit
instructions on how to do a technique, procedure, or assignment,
invariably the very first question is What do we do now?
-Jerry Hicks
Teenagers today have so many opportu
nities to get an education that was not
available to people of the past. It puzzles
me that teens do not take advantage of
their opportunities to learn. Instead, they
want to be entertained, and they turn to
other things like drugs.
On the other hand, the teenagers who do
open themselves up to their opportunities
are so much more knowledgeble than we
were.
I would like to see every teenager want
ing to get a good education before settling
down with a family.
-Nina Miller
FACULTY/65


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FOOTBALL/68
FOOTBALL FEATS
Oscar Gallego
Dylan Dempsey
Bruce Thompson
Julio Feliciano
Joe Campanelli
Delbert Cameron
Reggie Cameron
Scott Chisolm
Steve Huey
David Cohen
Francisco Medina
Bernard Joseph
Bob Gchringer
Alex Steele
Glen Watson
Eddie Chapa
Wayne Peart
Larry Finneman
Richard Leleaux
Mickey Jones
Mike Foley
John Lewis
Marc Owens
Jay Thomas
Fulo Real
Lucho Ortiz
Maurice Cohen
Felix Reyes
Rudy Francis
Coaches:
Bill Will
Randy Grubbs
Wayne Smith
Managers:
Michelle Parks
Keri Foster
Lisa Pay
Kim Ball
CAPTAINS
Eddie Chapa
Wayne Peart
Glen Watson


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Marcella Layne, Bella Mayani, Toni Aquiningoc, Robin Homan, Marcia Redman, Marta Howell, Debbie
Martino, Yvette Modestin, Marleane Cruz, Lavina Harjani, Sandra Renno, Lisca Thomas, Gina Laurenzi,
Michelle Calvo. Champa Mayani, Janina Mon, Lilian Ortiz.
DRILL TEAM/71

CHEERLEADERS/72
Sandi Rankin
Shelly Nelson
Sherise Batizy
Joann Eckel

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Emma Foiles
Yvette Modestin
Vanessa Sobers
Nicki Kuster
Ana Pace
Missy Aquiningoc
Sheila Whitney
Maria-Clauda Abreu
Jannett Gibbs
Coach: Gale Rankin
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BOYS BASKETBALL/80
BOYS BASKETBALL A JAMMIN
Adrian Carver, Eddie Chapa, Madarro Ellison, Junior Iglesias, John Lewis, Felix Modestin,
Simeon Ellison, Rudy Francis, Oscar Gallego, Abby Moolchan, Wayne Peart, Alex Steele.


BASEBALL/82
BASEBALL
Managers:
Sherise Batizi
Sandi Rankin
John Lewis
Bobby Gehringer
Keith Schoonover
Larry Finnemon
Allan Eckel
Bernard Joseph
Rev Francis
Danny Lowinger
Teddy Luna
Dario Dennis
Kerry Leggett
Delbert Cameron
Billy Dewhurst
Dylan Dempsey
Frank Hoover
Coaches:
Randy Grubbs
Bill Will
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Modestin
Tanya Juarez
Ann Ross
Missy DeBoer
Stacey Pattin
Kindra Rankin
Angelina
Pulumbo
Coach:
Bonnie Shank
Manager:
Imy Plunkett
TENNIS/83

TRACK

Dan Woods
Eddie Chapa
George Lane
David Lowenger
Felix Modestia
Axe! Rive re
Lee Graver
Mickey Jones
Andrew Adema
Fulo Real
Dario Dennis
John Lewis
Bernard Josephs
Jesus Martinez
Olavo Abreu
Ana Pace
Lucho Ortiz
Rey Francis
Mark Rowell
Jay Thomas
Coach:
Bill Will
Manager:
Brenda Jennings

VOLLEYBALL/86
BOYS
A lex Steele
Rudy Francis
Thomas Eckel
Glen Watson
Frank Hoover
Richard Leleaux
Marcus Cruz
Adrian Carver
COACH: Judy Palumbo
BUMP-SET-SPIKE
GIRLS
Yvette Modest in
Traci Kramer
Lisa Teague
Ana Seeley
Marta Howell
Sandi Rankin
Medalia Bennette
Ann Ross
Tiernan Corrigan
Den a Craig
Tonya Batizy
Sheila Sperling
COACH: Gayle Rankin

EYBAiX/87


Sophistication has its limits!
Victory tastes good!
8th grade training camp.
The agony of defeat.
Sophomore L.A. Raiders
POWDER PUFF/89


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Veena Mayani
Rob Trumble
Greg DeBoer
Kenneth Lancaster
Champa Mayani
Alternates:
Lavina Harjani
Lisca Thomas
Vanessa Sobers
Advisor:
Mr. William Shank
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Leslie Griffin
Billy Dewhurst
Veena
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Greg
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Glenn Watson
Connie Sperling

President
Yvette Modcstin
The Student Association of 1984-85
has truly stood beside tradition. We have
also brought a new spirit into CHS,
beginning first with the Jamboree success,
and then the finale of the football season,
the Homecoming parade. This year a new
event was introduced, the Powder Puff.
With participation from "each class, it was
a true success for the S.A.. Because of
the spirit shown at this activity, it was
followed by a celebration dance. Also this
year, weve had our annual Christmas
door decorating contest. There are still
many things ahead of us, and hopefully,
the outcome will be as good as previous
years.
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Lavina Harjani

STUDENT ASSOCIATION/95

JROTC/96
LD I
Dario Dennis
Charles Duncan
Victor Aviles
Derrick Facey
Barbara Babicke
Oscar Gallego
Charles Carlson
Thomas Hanan
Roger Cough
Robert Johnson
Tammie Cochran
Gerry Lancaster
Diane Cooper
Dannie McAdams
Julio Feliciano
Francois McCord
Samuel Fiol
Angel Ortiz
Danny Gadrim
Marc Owens
Brian Geuder
Karl Parsons
Mark Homan
Lisa Pay
Steve Huey
Jose Sanchez
Ingar Johnson
Gene Tiatiano
Ben Kotin
Allen E. Tolentino
William Krieger
Allen M. Tolentino
Ray Laatz
Bobby Lancaster
Steven Landers
Daniel Wynn
Kathy Landers
Mark Murphy
LD III
Tim Murphy
Reggie Cameron
William Mathis
Mike Foley
Jose Matta
Kenneth Lancaster
Yadira Matta
Felix Reyes
Tracy Parson
Mike Sierra
John Rawley
Paul Snyder
Ray Waterman
Vennessa Sobers
Joe Wyant
LD II
Ben Stahl
Anastasia Steele
Robert Thompson
David Barba
Jeff Baygents
LD IV
Elandus Carver
Patrick Hanan
Sammy Clark
Robin Homan
Ramy Cohen
Tracy Wilkinson
Ssg. Nobles, Sfc. Adaway, Cpt. Alvarado
Kenneth Lancaster, Oscar Gallego, Ben Stahl, Gerry
Lancaster, Paul Snyder, Patrick Hanan
Kenneth Lancaster

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Alex Caate, Charlie Carlson, Jaime Chan, Scot Chisolm, David Cohen, Javier Delgado, Sam Fiol, Terry
Flynn, Cathy, Foley, Ray Francis, Florado Herrera, Scott Hoffman, Marta Howell, David Hudson,
Bernard Josephs, Nikki Kuster, Gerry Lancaster, Mike Laurenzi, Pete Mattews, Adam McDonough, Felix
Modestin, Janina Mon, Abby Moolchan, Mark Murphy, Lillian Ortiz, Marcia Redman, Sandra Renno,
Allen Smith, Vanessa Sobers, Valerie Torres, Jean Wells, Sheila Whitney, Paul Wilkinson

STAGE RHYTHMS
Javier Delgado
Billy Dewhurst
Terry Flynn
Leslie Griffin
Horacio Herrera
David Hudson
Mike Laurenzi
Francisco Lee
Tracy Wilkinson

HONOR STUDENTS/100
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Real, Champa Mayani, John Lewis, Sponsor: Lawrence Cowley
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Veena Mayani, Greg DeBoer, Lisca Thomas, Terry Flynn, Toni Aquiningoc

Marcia Redman, Marta Howell, Sheila Whitney, Shelly Goodloe, Marcela Layne, Lisca
Thomas, Vanessa Sobers, Yvette Modestin Choreographer
Jaime Chan, Rocky Chan, Allen Smith, Doug McLain Sponsor Not pictured: Anthony
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Nathan Williams
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Overlord of Domain
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YEARBOOK STAFF

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CONGRATULATES
CLASS OF 1985
Whereevcr you go, there you are!
Congrats to the grads of'85, L.B. B B.. Q.A.S. of Los Dudes Newsletter.
If you're not where you are. you're nowhere.
Howie Latz
Our precious Pancho, trust us, even though we occasionally melt tooth
brushes
We love you. Mom and Dad
Congratulations to the class of 1985 and to our son, Maurice. Best of luck
and God bless you.
Mom and Dad
Wher'er you are, be noble.
Whate'er you do, do well.
Whene'er you speak, speak kindly.
Give joy, where'er you dwell.
Jeanne Modestin
Congratulations on being a member of the class of '85. Thank you for the
beautiful memories we've shared with you. Our love and best wishes in
college and future endeavors. Mom. Dad. Max
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It's finally over, and it sure is a relief! Now that the
yearbook has come to an end, it seems that the year has gone
by too quickly. A good deal of sweat and tears plus a vast
amount of creativity have gone into the making of this
yearbook in order to produce pages full of memories and
events that have made this year an unforgettable one. An
unlimited amount of events this year had to be encorporated in
a limited amount of time and space. Every effort was made to
make this yearbook the best, and we hope that youve enjoyed
it as much as we enjoyed preparing it.
We have been very proud of our staff. Although they were
inexperienced at first, they were full of talent and new ideas.
We would like to acknowledge each of them individually;
therefore, we take this time to thank Yvette, James, Maurice,
Alex, Brian, and Missy for sticking with it. We know it was
tough at times.
There are also two very important and special ladies whom
we've really appreciated. They have always been there to
encourage us, to advise us, to praise us, and at times when it
was needed, to reprimand us. These two ladies are Mrs.
Hoffman and Mrs. Akers; without them, there wouldnt have
been a yearbook. Wed also like to thank Mrs. Will for the
free time she gave up to help us. And to Mr. McLain, we
thank you for the ads.
Wed also like to take this opportunity to congratulate our
senior classmates. We are proud to be part of the Class of "85,
and we wish each of them happiness and success in their future
endeavors.
Respectfully yours,
Veena Mayani and Glen Watson
Editors