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Contents of the Box Making The Pieces Fit 1

Opening

Each Piece Has A Different Look 9

People Seniors

12

Underclassmen

28

The Piece-Makers Faculty

52

Reaching For the Sky Pieces Ceremonies & Awards

54

Pieces of the Action Athletics

64

Masterpieces Fine Arts

80

Falling Into Place Activities

99

The Backing Material Advertisements & Index

121

The Last Piece Yearbook Staff & Closing

128


ABOVE: Sodal time is a part of the puzzle the Mjddle chool uses to develop social kiLls and ga ther ABOVE: Partid patjon in art, mu- with close frie nd sic, and theatre allow students to express themselves as independ路 cnt pieces of the puzzle.


BEL OW : Mrs . W o lff, Ann e Borum, and the kindergarten explore their 'library'. The loft was built for play and reading,

RIGHT : Wri ting La b students with writing Gregg and Heather word-processors with

ABO VE: Scott Sirles receives a certificate for adopting Copper as a Biology project. Mr. Cramer is little Copper's god-parent!

ABOVE: Key Easterly shows how to take a puJ e usmg 'Res usciAnnie' in Health dass. 'Annie' is used to teach CPR.


RIGHT: A Uttle pond with a fish! Steven Major uses h' alone to discover the nuances of re flecti ve pool of water. BELOW: A gathering in the ground shows the chatty rad eri e of th e average

School student.

LEFT: Harry Baron and Tommy LePage compete in hoo ps. The shorten ed basketball pole is \VeUused by the Lower Sch ool.

ABOVE: The Al ternate Program cook-out allowed students Hke Brian Brock and Jessica Barnes a chance to discuss Spring Break .


BELOW: Pu lling a fasl reve rse of direction is easy for Bill Ceaser, who lefl the opposing pia er in the dust as welf as i.n m.id-ilu !

ABOVE: In a realistic setting crealed by lalenled studenl , Jessica Gray and Andy Slill were neighbors in " Exit W ho?"

ABOVE: Mr. Rossmoore uses hi compuler skills 10 help some srud enls access program o n Ihe Amiga com pulers.


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PEOPLE


Studen ts often gather to SOccer and hockey matches school, though socializin g is main activi ty .

Mr. Rossmoore has disa way to allo w third gradto read over hi houlder dur路 Fam.ily Life cia s!


BELOW: Peyton Lannon, Iy Covington, and Cynthi.• find the blacktop to be a place to play.

AIJOVE: lower School go to a theatre ,,,,,dlllr ' inn take s""oem. and short bus ' to excitin g p laces of lea

museums, parks, historic . Challenge Discovery, and more.


PEOPLE

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Hi everybody that'. me Aaumed. ..Hi Peyton, en francais ... quelle est Ie probleme? ..Pas de probleme...mala ce

n'est pas la meme...cUneI. . .flve hU111J18 or maybe six. . •For whose birthday? . .Monty will have a Chevy pick-up camel with open humps!. . .l.alnie Will have the ThUJ'lday night! ...Hey. you got the one with six humps . .•By the way ask her if you can have a huge? . . Well you looove her Lainie ... you wanna kiss her .. . Hi Trifger ... Gazpacho, what a wild dog•..•Goldie is my dogl. ..Hi Mom and Dad . . . HI Baladie .. .send me money Dad ... thank you ... God you're so kind!. .. what s up ya'l1 ... or something ... well you know what I

mean...Let's study French Peyton. . a claasl. . .let's speak about Egypt. • was a very nice year, thank Y.l1... you Fahad. Mrs. Qureshi or Mom.

you Faisal, thank Shahwar. . ."KHODHA HAFBZ", F~. ..Thanks for everybody who this year AWESOME: Mr. cramer, Brandt, and every teacher.. .For all &lends, Faiaal, Jennifer, Peyton~:,~_~~~r.~ Frazer, Lalnie, Bill, ana ev else . .. Weill have a lot to say but Mr. won't let me write It . .MiIa mel. . .I yal1l P.S.I probably won't drive my camel it is too icy outside, even if he is I"our-llmeel drivel


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Thanks for the pas. Mrs. DunviJle.. .special thanb to Mrs. Brandt and Mrs. Meyer. ..

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Pulsar .. . LeBaron ... Mazda .. . Mercedes-Benz.. . money .. . golf. . . Graduation night!. .. Goodbye 5tew-

ard . .. 50 long Brenda . .. FREEDOM ...What up Joel . . .


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JESSIE M. McCOLLOUGH There are not enough words to express my memories over the last four years and to my life at this point. I would like to give many thanks to The Steward School for giving me the best I could have for my high school career. To all my teachers and coaches here at Steward, I appreciate everything you have done for me, through the good times and through the bad times. Nathan,

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Charlotte, Adrienne, Peyton, and all my other friends it have been the same without you Mom, Dad, Granny, Grandpa, Papa, thank-you for the support love you all have given me along way. Most of all Mason, I love you never want to lose you. Thanks again everybody. It's been great!!!!!


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Anwria. Monry •• H'7 fru.rr. I RM'l1 • rat TN.nk, to Mom, Dad, Sm. Jad..

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full of freaks. .. Listerine. .. talkin' to the doctor... WilIiam' s river house ... Magnum.. . Fergy 9.. . the Champ. . .

"Education is the ability to 1isten to almost anything without losing your temper" - Robert Frost

" Don't fence me in"

"I would love to stay and talk, but I don't have anything to say to you guys." - Some guy on "Coach"

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RIGHT: Jenny McComas plays a song from the " Phant m of the

Opera ." M.rs. Bonni e Ander on

rented her " for a song."

BELOW : Darth Vader (Cheryl

Ma ye ~)

reads everyone

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story.

Most Juniors had a song, a poem, or a story to perform.

ABOVE : Peter Rabbit (David Moeser) tells how n t to g t caught by the farm er! Costumes \,,'ere often used on 'rentee "

RIGHT: The auctioneer calls going, goi ng, and gone on Susanne Reynolds as she is placed on the auction block.

28 JUNIORS


Alec Kean

Jenny McComas

Cheryl Mayers LEFT: Monica KaJlman reads a beautiful and gentle poem. Behind her, are: Frazer Orgain, Alec Kean, and David Moeser.

BELOW:"Ma thMan" (Mr. Woodhouse) gets the point from hi. renters, eighth graders Sara Rossmoore and Camberly Pearson.

RENT -A-JUNIOR FOSTERS SPIRIT JJG

Anne Tyson Woodle

OING, GOING, GO !" shouted Parke Rhoads, auctioneer for the annual Rent-A-Junior Day. " The next victim, please?," Parke asked . A groan fol lowed and a juruor climbed into the chai r. " Fifty cents!" came a scream from the back of the crowded auditorium. " Five dollars!" came another. Spirited bids came from sixth through twelfth graders and faculty members. Once advisers Mrs .

Paulette and Mr. Wood house set guideli nes for faline s, a Frida y assembly was held to show off and perform . During the day, " rents " carried books, served lunch, sa ng; whatever the renters wanted. Re n tal were juniors, faculty, even administrators who were willing to be auction ed off. Funds were used to host t h e Ju nior /Senior Dinner h eld in May at an off-campus hotel.

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Catherine Beil

Anne Bixler

RIGHT : The character of BELOW: Ben Reif takes on the "Bottom" is comically portrayed roJe of Thisby (a femaJe roJe) for by Dean Smith in a costu me pIece the in-class production. ereated by Elli Ann McOung.

IS IT A DREAM? hakespeare never dreamed a midsummer's night quite like this one! Mrs. Shaw's tenth grade English class studied the play, " A Midsummer Night's Dream," and in the process of learning it had to act out several short scenes, includ-

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30 SOPHOMORES

ing the scene that has Thisby and Pyramus at the chink in the wall profeSSing their love. As for the dream, Oberon the king states, " When they next wake, all this derision shall seem a dream and fruitless vision ... "

Chris BJetsas

Gil Chen

Shay Chen


RIGHT: Stephanie Foard intently follows her saipt as the class acts out Shakespeare's " Midsummer Night's Dream," BELOW: Gil Chen acts out the " chink in the wall" with Shay

Chen, Arushia Vann, and Corbin Adamson.

ABO VE: With heads buried in scripts, various

characte~

come to

life. LEFT: Catherine Beil and Page Smith look for amusing passages in the saift which refer to the character a " Bottom." Dean Smith

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As heley Ashbridge BELOW: Mr. Hale ta kes a shot over lajrtie Haskell's head during th e s tud e n t- facult y ba ske tba ll game for CARIT AS.

Jessica Barnes

Paul Douglas

RlGHT: Je iea Barnes and the Art Majo r class atte mpt to re move sticky tape residue. Eventua1.l y, a paint thinner had to be used .

B-BALL BENEFIT he noise is deafening. The crowd rises to its feet in anticipation . Referee Coddington blows the whistle. A little traveling, a little tackling, a whole lot of crowd cheering .. . the faculty team scores! Nobody really cares who wins the game as long as everyone is having fun. The entire school

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was dismissed early from classes to watch this most unusual of basketball games. Faculty from all parts of the school warmed up to play against Upper and Middle school students. The only stipulation was that each team must have a female on the court. Funds raised through a donation box benefitted CARlTAS.

Travis Nida

Hilton Graham


LEFT: Shawn Lewis and Sam Proffitt make thei r way to Taylor Hall after lunch. inth graders travel between buildings a lot. BELOW: Bubbles create polygonal shapes when they touch . Travis Nida demonstrates how to crea te them. Lainie Haskell

;~~;:~,;--=~;;=~~~r;路~ABOVE: The CARITAS benefit discussions are guided by advisor

lillllliiiit:~

Janet Rice. Class meetings are held once a month. LEFT: Mrs. haw's das poses in co tume during a dass project.

FRESHME

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Parker Ayers

ABOVE: Mrs. Shaw's da s makes use of the Ooor to play games which develop skills in English grammar. ABOV E RIGHT: Eddie Mann leaves the traile'r classroom, also known a

Mrs . Brum burg '

"cottage. " RIGHT: Cabell Jane demonstrates the fine art of storytelling while on the bus to Wa hington, D.C.

34 EIGHTH GRADE

Drew Co by

Chris Drzal

Adam Graves


Lindsay McCormick

Eddie Mann

Will Pasco

LEFT: Camberly Pearson used morning bus travel time to catch up on her music appreciation. On the retum trip, most people slept.

ABOVE: Feedin!\ the pigeons on the Mall in Washington. D.C. was a great lunchtime diversion for the e eighth graders.

LOOK OUT D.C'! ash i ngton , D.C. was probably unprepared for a barrage of ei gh th grade students who came to join the already crowded museums and points of interest to see what they couId see! And see things they did - but not until af-

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ter enduring a long ride on a bus with Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Brumburg, and classmates. Places visited included parts of the Smithsonian , the Washington Monument, the Vietnam Memorial, and the Holocaust Museum.

Laura Ward

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BURSTIN' SEAMS

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ve r y acti ve in extra cur ricul ar activities ma.ny played soccer, hockey, basketball, and tennis; many fiUed the casts of the theatre productions; art and music lessons, attending dances - the seventh grade filled activities with excitement and true Spartan Spirit!

cross a crowded room " doesn 't even begin to describe this cliverse coUection of students! With a class size of thirty-one students, they not oni y filled each classroom they entered, but also the lunchroom, the halls, and the sidewalks! Seventh g rad ers we re

ABOVE: Steven Ju t hows his winner's enlhu iasm in Enlllish class for the game " Gram-a .' TOP RIGHT: David Buxto n puts the potter's wheel to the tes t as he create a pol. He will later glaze it and fire it in the kiln. RIGHT: Du ring Al lem ate Program, seventh graders Alisia Freeman and Syri ta Maj or wo rk on a

ma p of the U.S. Sarah Mason

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SEVE TH GRADE

Michael Maszaros


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Key Easterly

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Alisia Freeman

ABOVE: Senior Ben Swift was on hand to help Wi! Heywood and Stephen Paulette with woodworking during the Fine Arts Fair. FAR LEFT: John Carrington assumes his comfortable battie stance for a fierce round of

" Gram-o" in English class. LEfT: Jay thinks the clock shows 20 minutes of class left; but in April, school was extended 15 mInutes due to snow days. Will Wise

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BELOW: CarefuJly drawing lhe outline of th e conti nents of Earth , Tra vis jonnson and Thomas Ashbridge pre pare their grapefruit. BELOW RIGHT: Jos h Spa in gets hel p from Mr. Hale in dete rmlning th e tru e placeme nt o f lhe equa to r a nd lhe contin ents. Thomas Ashbridge

THE WORLD AT THEIR FINGERS era rdu s Mercator lived in th e middle 1500's. He devised the map projection system based on straigh t lines of lon gitude and latitude . Most people think of it as the " peeled-orange" map. How to impart this concept in sixth grade geography? Using grapefruit of course! Using magic markers, the continents were drawn on

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Dina Miller

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the outside of a grapefruit, which was then peeled and laid flat. The sixt h g rade al so combined their geography and science to explore volcanoes. Volcanoes do not really spew vi negar and baking soda, but the in vited second graders showed no d es ire to know th e truth; they just wanted to "explode it again!"

Jesse Pellow

Adam RaJeh

MicheJle Reese


ABOV E LEFT: Michelle Reese and Jesse Pell w ex plore h ow messy grapefruit is while tudyi ng Mer ator' Projection.

ABOVE: Murat Bilgin points out the varying tages 01 " [ava " flow during th e geography I cience volcano project. LEFT: Chad Healey and Michael Satterfield start the explosion. Second graders were in vited to participate in the experiment.

Rachel Whitten

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TOP: Laura Slabaugh learns the ropes- literally!- du.ring the class field trip 10 the ropes course al Challenge Discovery. ABO VE: High on a perch, like a bird in the ajr - no it's a plane! It's . . . Ted Benson who made it to

Ihe top of the 30 foo l pole! RIGHT: 1.0 ks as Ihough this is Ihe end fo r Wil lie Paoletto! (The rope is not arou.nd his neck - it is attached to his safety ham e s.)

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limb that pole? Are you C RAZY?" Such was the se ntiment of th e twenty- eigh t fift h graders as they arrived deep in the woods near Kin gs' Dominion to begin their trek into group cohesi vene s. " Up there? ['II never make it. I'll fa l!!" Soon fa int he arts were put to rest as the patien t and extre mely qualifi e d in s tru ctors of th e

Chal le n g e D isco ve r y Course explained the process. Strapping o n a sa fety harness, each ftfth grader began the ascent up the poles, some with agil ity, some wi th slow, ca reful steps. Each handhold and foothold was tested carefull y befo re continuing . Though not pictured here, even Mr. Rossmoore stood on the top of the pole!

LEFT: Agility and fum handh olds allow Jamie Rose to climb up a nd down the poles which lead to the sky platform. Ja mie Rose

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RIGHT: Patrick McLemore aparenUr. did not Like the "Hen

r-路Iouse, ' whkh is one of the o ut ~ buildings a t Jam e town.

BELOW: Forget the sign! There's no da.nger he.re. The bea.r in lhe

trap was friendly; unlike the ones the settlers of Jamestown fou nd!

ABOVE: Christopher Maszaros seems to ha ve found a soft landing. The ball cage at the Fun Factory was a favorite spot!

RIGHT: The light at the end of th tun nel? 0 , just a nash photo take n o f Andy Baru ch as he em erges from the tunnels.

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LEFT: Reed Yancey slides to the finis h line! The Fun Factory tunnels had many urprise endings fo r the fourth grade to find .

BELOW: Part of Jamestown is hands-on . Sara Komblau, Andy Baruch. and Tommy Carrington use deer antlers to hoe.

GO FOR THE EXPERIENCE art of the reaso n for going off-ca mpus on a fie ld trip is for the fun : getting out of regular classes, eating lunch out, riding on a loud bus; the usual glamour. The other part is more boring: for the educationa.1 experience offered by such a trip. Mrs. Grossman 's fourth grade class took an October field trip to Jame town to learn as much as they could about the civiljzation of the e ttl er . Stu dents

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were speUbound by papermaking, weaving, farming, hunting, and th e man carving a canoe out of tree. A trip to the waterfront and the concession s tand s made the trip compl ete. The fourth grad e also won a trip to the Fun Factory by selling th e most raffl e tickets for the Parents' Association's Fam.iJy Fun ig ht. Vol unteering truly pa ys off, especiaJl y when it's fo r a good ca use!

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Molly Hickerson BELOW : Ordinary se atwork seems so mundane compared to exciting projects in cience and improvisations in drama!

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DOUBLE, DOUBLE BUBBLE, BUBBLE?

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here weren' t a ny fires burning or cauldrons boiling whe n Mrs. Whitely's third grade visited the ninth grade science class. The only thing buming was the excitement in their eyes as dish soap was poured into a glass with water and a straw. Suddenly, every child wanted to do the one thing which was never allowed: to blow bu bbles and let th em run all over th e tabl e. Accord ing to Mrs . Du ke , th e

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THIR D GRADE

"s impl e art of blow in g bubbles" allows students " to see spheres, pentagons, and prisms." Ali Hord exclaimed, " I didn ' t rea lize there was a beaker under the gigantic mound." The bubbles experiment was not the only fall proj ect fO'r the third grade . They work e d with Mr. Imirie on va riation s of Rud yard Kipl.ing's "Just So Stories" to prepare for their December pla y.

Austin Pittman


RI GHT: Competition was fierce in the science lab to see who could create the laIgest bubbles. A top contender. Andrew Ware!

BELOW: Ninth grader Je sica Barnes oversees Ali Hard and Allison Strickland as they create a gigantic soap bubble.

ABOVE: Ali Hard perfonns wi th Peyton lannon in drama class. The project was to invent a Just-

So story and present it. LEFT: Austin Pittman is the sun as he and Carter Saunders practice their invented version of

"Why the Sky Became Blue." Matthew Stainback

Allison Strickland

Andrew Ware

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Ambika Bedi

ABOVE: Group choreography . Sara Lewis a.nd Shannon McCarthy partidpate in a number.

is the key to learning Iyri

RIGHT: Mr. Rossmoore pol.itely

wai ts his tu.m (or cookies during the Tea Party, though there might not be any left !

BELOW: The End! Mrs. Anderson

lea ds the class in the c ho reographed nash finish to a song learned in class. RIGHT: Tea Parties are definitely not seriou occasions! Laughter and smiles we re the n rm, as evidenced by Kristi McKissick.

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SECOND GRADE

Ida Henley


... Andrew La w ton

TEA TIME IN SECOND GRADE!

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au are invited .to a tea party In Second Grade on Friday, September 17th at 2:15 p.m." Who could refuse uch a polite and well w ritt en invitation? The gu e t list included: Mrs. Griffin, Mr. lmirie, Monty Agee, Mr. Hotchkiss, Mr. Cramer, Mr. Rossmoore, Mrs. Dunville, Mrs. Woodle, Mr. Moncure, and Mrs. Campbell . The gue t were met at the door by a charming host or hastes , and led to a seat where

LEFT : Ida Henley lea d s Mr . Moncure on a guided tour of the second grade classroom, in luding where geography is studied .

they were asked if they would like a cup of punch and a plate of cookies. After a bit of eating and 0 cializing, the guests were taken on a tour of the classroom and were shown what was being learned. According to Mrs. Ricketts, the idea was to learn about mann ers . According to Austin Hamilton, " Mrs . Ricketts thought it would be fun! " (Other activitie on these pages incl ud e volcanoes and music class.)

TOP: islands in the stream , . . As

part of the project on volca noes, Kendall Tate creates an island in a

hoebox.

Kcndall Ta tc

SECO D GRADE

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Lissie Cain

jonathan Cauble

RIGHT: Part of the purpose behind Ap'ple Tasting Day \ as to graph likes and dislikes. Morgan Hutchinson likes Apple juice. BELOW: The carpet becomes a lily pad for Steven Major as he attempts to make hjs paper frog hop in library class.

A BOVE: I it a flock or a gaggle of frogs? Whatever it is, the first grade had quite a collection of homemade paper frogs. RIGHT: Ready, Set, Eat! Apple sme.lls we.re wafting over Morgan

Hutchinson, Leigh Greene, and jasmine Major.!

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Steven Major

Rachael Meyers

LEFT: Elizabet h Pete rson no doubt will vote tha t he does not like the a'pple treat she is eati ng. Her vote I reco rded on a gTaph.

Sarah Newcomb

BElOW: A graph is used by Mrs. Chalkley and leigh Greene. The shaded pa rts represent J eop)e \ ho liked what they taste .

APPLELUTEL Y WONDERFULI Pple pizza? Th e re was an explosio n of "yucch "s and people began falling on the ÂŁI oor (giggling, of course). It was apple tasting day in Mrs. Chalkley's first grade class. ''We have been eating apples all week," said Mrs. Chalkley, " and studying Johnn y Appleseed ." An exercise in gra phs and apples, according to the curriculum. There were fifteen type of apple tastes which classroom parents made (or Ukrop's, said one

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of th e parent volunteers!). Of them, the mall apple muffin and apple juice ti ed for 'most lik e d '. Th ere were four things tha t 14 people Liked . Jasmine Major didn 't like the appl e party sandwiches " cause it's yucc.hy. " Even Mr. Imirie and Mr. Coddington (" I followed my nose") stopped by! At day's end, th e chil dren got a bag of apple candy to take home. Oh, and a stomach-ache!

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BELOW: We gather together... MIs. Wolff and the kindergarten relax outside the bus before leaving the pumpkin farm.

WHAT COLOR IS YOUR PUMPKIN? he pumpkin farm trip for the kindergarten and gTades one and two is one of the many highlight of faU . Each person gets to go out into the field on a haywagon, find the bigge t and best pumpkin they can , pick it off the vine, and take it home! As is apparent on these pages, the very id a of pumpkins not coming from stores is new and exciti ng. Other kindergar ten projects for the year include

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making a portfolio o f school life. Music class, art class, drama, phys. ed, recess, and pizza da y are some of the differen t parts of their da y. Learning the da y , months, and years, counting to one hundred, and singing " America" are ot h er activiti e s which make kind e rgarten da ys full. Acco rding to Mrs. Wolff, however, nap-time is what makes th e da y complete!

ABOVE: ate Tracey screams with delight during pizza day because of her missing front tooth .

Maybe it's in the pizza? LEFT: Louisa Kendig. Kathleen An, and Daniel Klein sit pabently waiting to begm in the new Lower School art room.

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RIGHT : Anne Borum has her piz-

7" and eats it too! Pizza is ordered

every Friday for Lower School tudents.

BELOW: The ha yride, which was held at the pumpkin fann, wa used to carry pumpkin-farmers

out to the fi elds to harvest!

ABO VE LEFT: Phillip Wood and Chri topher mith are pleased as papas with their freshly picked pumpkin ! ABOVE RIGHT: Kimberly Covington waits to use her wood blocks. The kinde rgarten music class learns about rhyUlm.

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(LEFT): TUTORING STAFF . TOP, L-R: Carol Butler, Paula Spraker, Undo Stocks CE 'TER, L-R: Carolyn McCormack. Louise Robertson, Carolyn Dandridge, Doris Burbank (Resource Director) . BOTTOM , L- R: Karen Lukhard. Phyllis Slonaker, Melanie Rodriguez (R IGH T) : MAINTENANCE STAFF. L-R: Robert Clark. Mary Smith .

THE "PIECE"-MAKERS: FACULTY AND STAFF 1. Catesby Jones History, Director of Discipline 2. Ian Coddington Health, Physical Ed 3. Rachel Griffin Librarian 4. Janet Rice Health, Physical Ed, Athletic Director 5. Brenda Turner EngJjsh 6. Steve Rittenhouse English 7. Margaret Maclin-Snead English 8. Bonnie Anderson Music 9. Alicia LeRoux Fifth grade 10. Rugene Paulette Art 6-12 11. Mary Vargo Science 12. Leslie Roughley Science 13. Norva Meyer History 14. Cheri Wolff Kindergarten 15. Patricia Duke Science 16. Dani Ashbridge Art K-5 17. Bettsie MiUer Phys. Ed 18. Dick Levy MS Head, Computer 19. Paul Cramer Headmaster, Pub. Speaking 20. Carolyn Brandt Economics, Dir. of Stud.ies 21. Ed Rossmore LS Head 22. Virgin.ia Campbell Librarian Asst. 23. Linda Dunville Secretary 24. Lee Collier French 25. Beverly Fox Fifth grade 26. Jane Whitely Third grade 27. Doris Burbank Resource Director 28. Ginger Chalkley First grade 29. Estelle Grossman Fourth grade 30. Sandy Shaw Eng.lish 31. Anita Harbaugh Administrative Asst. 32. Patti Woodle Math 33. Ross Hotchkiss Director of Development 34. Scott Moncure Di.rector of Admissions

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Spanish. English Latin

36. Pam HaU 37. David Mueller Business Manager 38. Gay Hurst Math 39. Laraine Brumburg History, English 40. Robin Ricketts Second grade 41 . Woody Woodhouse Math 42. Matthew Ha le History, Geography 43. Ryan I.mirie Theatre, Yearbook, Computer

WHO'S WHO: Using the puzzle a match numbers to fa ces to fit the pieces.


THE CENTERPIECE Paul R. Cramer Headmaster 1975-1994 Best Wishes on your search for new puzzles to solve!

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CEREMONIES AND AWARDS


ELOW: The Alumni Scholarship be applied for, and is voted Alumni. Laura Krumbein, was the recipient.

BOVE: D.A.R.E.. Drug Abuse Re-

Education was apUy led by Mary Mueller The graduwas marked wIth speeches as that by Damelle Fitzgerald


RIGHT: Ellis Ann McClung received the Most Valuable Player Award for her work on the field hockey team . BElOW: Corbin Adamson (right) congratulates Tara Gamer, Lamie

HasKell, and Cheryl Mayers on their awards for Girls' Basketball .

BELOW: Frazer Orgain gets in a few jabs and anecdotes about Ba ketball coach "Stan " during the awa.rds night. BELOW, RIGHT: Athletic Director/ Coach Janet Rice recoun ts the many successes of the Spartan athletics seasons.

ATHLETICS AWARDS NIGHT Varsity Soccer Most Improved . . 110% Award

Coach's Award .

Ci.rls' Monty Agee O.nid Sh epherd

Sam I'roffllt

Middle School SlKcer 110% Award

Coach's A"".rd Middle 5<hool Chterleadlng ~'I 05t pitited

C..bell Jones Ton)' Costa

Jennlftf uloufl!l1e

Middle School 8;uktlball "It " Tum M ost Improved AW4rd

O.vid 8u:l\lon

Cooch'$ A""ard

Chad WhlHcn

Middlt School Ih skrlball "on Team

Most lmproved Award .

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Andy Stitt

HiI.!IIk~lball

Most Improved Award Coach 8 Award. . Most \fllluuble 1~layer Award

.l.rslt ""1051 Coach Most

Cheerltading plIited s Award .alwble Player Award

V,uslly 8;u:ketb. 1I

~:~ t~fu~bl~r!::~r

Most Out!itl1nding >j!la)'er


LEFT: Sam Proffitt receives the Coach' Award from Varsity Soccer coach. Mr. Coddington. Sam also received MVP in tennis. BELOW: Ahmed Abou Koura displays the special Athletic Award. Ahmed is from Egypt and his host was Fa had Quresh i. right. BOTTOM: Jes ica Gray. Phillip Keiper. Thomas Ashbnd6e. and Josh Spain converse dunng the fcstivihcs.

Jere.my Mill er

Ju sl l! M rCollough LaJnlr Ih.hll

Field "' ockt'r

Most Improvf'd Player M osl Valuablf' Playf!T

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Jeul" M( Collough

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lalnle H ukr ll Sli m l'to Hltt Jes it" McCo lloug h

Jere.m y Mlller orbln Adam-fOn Tan Gunt'.r

Fu.u rOrg.aln

SpK lal

thlrtica Aw.,d; hmed Abou Kourol

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RIGHT: Proficiency in art, music, and theatre garnered ninth grader Ka le H u lch e r the Fine Ar ts Award.

BELOW: With Stephen Paulette wa td ting. mily Padow and Taylor Collier share a moment duri ng

the Fine Arts Banquet. BonOM: Mrs. Anderson teaches in st rum enta l m u ie . a nd As hleigh McLauri n was one of three voted Most Accomplished.

BLACKUGHT AND WHITE GLOVES FINE ARTS BANQUET Artistic Enthusiasm

;tr' Drp"rI11lt "' A w ards M ost In noviltive A rtist

Photography Award

Music Departmen t !twa rtls

ewcomcr ... • •..... . • , . ............ Jessica Ba.mes

To ny CostoJ Best Use of Color . ........... , . .. . . . . . . . . . .. ..' ..... Anne Bixler Rache.l Whitten (k,ost Use of II MecUum .................. Ashe lry Ashbridgr "Painting" Cilmbe.rly PeHSon "Graphlte PencJ1" Perserverancc to a ProJect . .... .. ................. . .. Jenny McComas Thomu As hb ridge Most Accomplisht..-d Artisl . . ... .......... ... ....... Lain_ie Haskell Brilnniln Heywood

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Most Accomplished Vocalist .... . ..

Most Improved Vocalist . .. .. Most Accomplished Instrumentalist Most Improved Instrumentalist


LEFT: The theme , as black and white, 0 Catherine BeU and Mol ly McMunn used thls to their adva ntage. BELOW: An;shia Va nn, Baughan Wil ton, and Dean Smith are examples of what 'dress formal, but artsy' means.

BELOW: The Fine Arts faculty are what make the fine arts work: Mrs. Paulette, Mr . Imirie, and Mrs. Anderson. BELOW, LEFT: Serious awards for excellence in the arts line the table. The " Bent Nails" are also awarded (with a little hu mor).

Acadcmk Average . ... . ....... faU theory class- Ji_lli an Johnson (aU thcory class- WiJ Hl!ywood theory class- Eliz.~brl h SumnerBest Compositjon ............... . fall- Triiv is Johnson spring- Fa_had Qures hi

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Leading Role . .............. . ... Stephan_ie P~u.lette " Uttle Shor of Horrors" Supporting Role . .. , .. . . . .......... , .. Joe Maz.manb.n "utlle Shop or Horrors" II Supporting Role' .......... . .... ,..... Kate Hulcher .rUttie hop of Horrors"

Andy

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Best Actor/

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Actor in a Leading Role . . . . . . .. ......... ......... Tar 'or liard

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Director's Choice Award . ... . ....

Kate Hu.lcher

" Exit Wh o?'" . ................. Chris Dniil "UtUe Shop of Horrors"

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RIGHT: Peyton Jones has a proud audience a he displays hi Scholarship Award plaqu from the Honors Dessert.

BELOW: Cheryl Mayers accepts a certificate (or achievement from

the WTVR For Kids' Sake campaign from Mrs. Brandt.

BELOW: The Honors Dessert is a time for famil y recognition. Trent McLaurin accompanied Ashleigh McLau.rin to the occasion.

BElOW, RIGHT: Many families attend t.he dessert, incl uding Lisa McComas and her parents. Mrs Paule tte also attended as a parent.

ACADEMIC HONORS DESSERT 1993-9" ACADEMI

"IONORS.

Upp~r

Math Worlr.shop Grade 6

.and Mlddlr Schools

Damct ChON . pt!lling 8er Winners

Monlu K.a llm.an Grade 6- Tuvis Johnson Ru hrl Whitten

Grade 7

M.llh l!:dM~~I~~

Grade 8

usan John on Krist in Wdlon K rlst.ln W.hon

Essay Conte91 (National ToureUet Syndrome l oundation) LAngu.lge Am Week:

~~~~Cont~1 Best GraHttl Board I.Jlb Award5: Golden Test Tube

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ACADEMJC HONORS

Jt'5!1iuGuy Matt Gottw. ld

ElizoIbd h Su.mnt.r frner Orgain Juon Burford HC!n Swift C r~y Magill

Grade 7

c.o.norhy .... Wmn., MoOt'llJnlled

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Best Delegate 1994

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Most Valuable Member of T5 MUNS

E!cn!lIen In CommHtl"e Best New INI~tl!'

OutStundmg ~ior

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pprKtation AWllrds


LEFT: The Honors Dessert speaker was HowaJd Tuckman, Dean of VCU School 01 Busines , shown here with Mrs. Brandt. BELOW: Lainie Haskell and Tar. Gamer display their awards lor Academic Excellence and Scholarship. BELOW, RIGHT: No doubt Mr. Cramer is dispensing some sage wisdom to Monica Rallman and her la ther at the dessert.

Jel5it McCollough Juon M cL.ill urln Jenn y McCam lUl'

h ~l~:~ ':letarn I'arkt Rhoad.! George- Caubl t' Sh awn Lew is

AJh~%rA:hl:~t,: tal nfr Hu kell hil wn Lewl,

Johru Hopkins Talent Search CertifiallE' WlnneI _. . . Jilli.n John"o n Presidential Academic fitneSJ Award: Middle School Chris Hagy Prrsidrntial cademic Fitness AWllrn; Upper School . JilliO n McL.1urln RAndolph· z..bcon Book Award Ellis Ann McClung . . Chrryl M llyera Smith College Book Award . 'r-YTVR For Kid,' Sake ..., C h e ry l Ma yers Daughters or the American Revolution Good aUzen Awatd . • . .. Peyton Jones ational Coundl or Chrlstiaru and Jew' and the In terfaith Coundl Brothl!rhood AWlIrd . Ben Swift l.... ur. Krumbrln Steward School Alumni ScholarShip Award RUts Ann M cCl ung HuSh O'Brian Lelldenhlp Foundatfon representative Jenn y McCarn ., Ju.mOf M al'!lhals . I'uke Rhool dJ

Ann lr 8bJrr

Gil Ch en Sha y Chr n Jenny McComil Bill Cus.r Peylon Jones

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GRADUATION SearchiD& for the final pieces of the puzzle UPPER SCHOOL A W ROS

FA R RI GHT: . than Daniel receives hi diploma fro m retirin g Board of Trustees pre ident, Rurfin Branham. BELOW: The Dixon Award honors the School's founder. Jessie 1 lIough receives the awa,rd fro m Mrs. DiJ<on. BelOW RIGHT: e.ither the fans nor the thunder of a torrentiat dow")'our could drown out Ben Swift s parting though ts .

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Monla KlllirNIn Kate HuJcher

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..-ted to a student who beet ~ the qualities desirable at Stewud. The awud iI preaented to Sua Roeemoore.

l\HDDLE SCHOOL AWARDS

Scholilrl h lp wiud Highest Academic A\ferage S ubjecl Awards Art Engllilh Hlstory Mathmtntics PE/Hellith SClenc. Theatre Most Improved AWilrds Grade 6 Crnd(o 1 Crade 8

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Brannan He)fWood Krutin Wahon Sara R0ยง5moore

Michael MlIst..aros Drew COSb)f Chris Hagy Chns Dnal

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BBLOW: Faculty. Graduates. UId

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uncIm:Iaaemenpthertol1neup before the ~ UnfortUnately. rain foIted Ibem inside. IBLOWll'IInbd by Junior MarIIhaIs ()enn~ loIcCoaIM UId Padre ~). Mr. er- Inda the way from his ... Graduation.

It with his amv" to Graduation In • pink UctiIIKI

BELOW. CENTER: The guest speaker was Lt. Gen. Samuef Wilson. retired, President, HampdenSydney ColJege.

SCHOOL FINAL ASSEMBLY LO WER SQIOOL AWARDS SpetHng Bee

rtrfM Attendance

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Kind Phillip Wood Crld(" I S.rah Nt'wromb. GTJde 2 Buonl.an; Grade' Tommy C.rrington , Imnlft':f Gr~y; CrA~ S Ted 1Wruon, Ashlee Healey. Elizabeth lana Sport5mlnshlp Alex Duty MuSIC Ttd BeMan Art ROlTullnr Ilunkeler Theilll::J"l' Ben Wall( School S p i r i t . Ashlee Ilea\("), Prt'51denlli1i Academic htness Trd Benson Oul!itnndlng Achle\leml'nl CaltHn RQMmoort"

Extraordinary Eflon Wlllif' Paol~to SpeciAl Elfon and Improvrmrnl Chn~une 8t!U Amanda K«k. Ellubeth Lams, L1ura Siabiugh Outs~ndjng Acrurvnnenl Romaine Hunkl!fn John StinJon Citums o/lhf' YeAr Ktnderprtrn &lit!)' Coggin

LEFT: Jared Johnson sings a song verse, and ABOVE, Ted Benson speaks of his years at Steward.

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Edward Cook attempts a a." open come.r. The team

worked on

Vars ity cheerleaders a complicated routine and

it with the school during a rail .


BELOW: Bill Ceaser reVelSCs the direction of the ball with a powerful kick. His ability on the field made him a valuable player.

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BEWW: It takes much leg muscle to send the ball as far down the field as goalie Frazer Orgain can . 'Jj~

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RIGHT : Eighth grader Drew Cosby consistently played well and proved himself to be an asset to the Varsi ty team.

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A BO VE: Using his head for something o ther than tenn papers is senior Monty Agee. This successful head-butt led to a goal.

RIGHT: Scott Sirles trap to avoid his o pponent game earty in the was a top player on th e


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FAST!!!

PIa y e r s worked hard over the sun1mer to improve their skills and tone their muscles; an increased emphasis on teamwork produced a quality team. LEFT: Forcign Exchange tudent Ahmed Abou Koura gave the team a strong fon.arel pla er and an exceUent teammate.

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ABO VE: Defensive play er Alec Kean rounds the edge of the field bringing the ball past his oppone nt and sending it on. L-R: Ahmed Abou Koura. Frazer Org.in. Monty Agee. Scott Sirles. Eddie M.nn. Bill Alec Kean. Coach Coddington . BOrrOM L-R: Jeremy Miller. hawn Lewis. Sam Hunter Scott. Daniel hepherd. Paul Douglas. Drew Co b â&#x20AC;˘ David Moeser.

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RJGHT: Exuberance abounds in the faces of the team. Celebrati ons began after the tournament championship was won.

ABOVE: TaJa Gamer was a leading fi eld player, SO much so thai

she was one of three team members to be named LIS All-stars.

RtGHT: Halftime "huddles" give the tim e 10 point out problems. Coach Rice was adamant that the gi.rls keep their wits about them.

ABOVE: Goalie Cheryl Ma yers make use of backfield players! The opp ing team is putting the ball into play from the comer.

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RIGHT: inth grader Lainje Haskell gives her all . It takes teamwork to pull from a 10Sin~ season to win the championship.


T LEFT: Scooping the ball away from an opponent ta.kes skill. Kate Hulcher effectively stole the ball and sent it down the field. BELOW: Charlotte Tate shows w hy Seniors are Seniors! She stole the ball away and ent it to a â&#x20AC;˘ "'"~~;:;~~;.~: te:.m~m:,~at~e~w'~h~o,scored!

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#1 seeded Trinity and #2 seeded YES must ha e dropped their jaws to the round when Spartan Fi Id Hockey came from a 4-13 record to b at both of them and be Tournament Ch mpions for the third year III a row!

A BO VE : Ellis Ann McClung drives hard and fast down the field towards SI. Margaret's goal. Spartans won the ga me I-O! L-R: Blair jacobsen, Asheley Ashbridge, Page Smith, laiNe Haskell, Kate Hulcher, McMunn , jessi a Bames, jessie McCollough, Chartotte Tate, Coach Ri ce. BOTTOM LWhitten, Cheryl Mayers, Ellis Ann McClung, Tara Gamer, Anne Bixler, jes ica

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BELO W: Tony Costa steals the ball away after this opposing team BELOW CE TER: Goalie Joel FAR BELOW: Strong Idcks member fo und himself in the Mazmanian makes ye t another the goal made Aaron Payne a save for the Spartan team. wrong place. uable player for the JV team.

without

PAIN!

The JV team learned a lot about the ups and downs of soccer, but success is definitely right around the comer. Despite the low points, by the end of the season the team was working well, working hard, and communica tinB better than before. RIG HT: Keeping the sidelines covered was Stephen Paulette. shown here putting the ball into play.

TOP L-R: Aaron Payne. John C rrington. Coach Woodhouse, Key Easterly. Andy titt. James Schroeder. Jones, Tony Costa ,

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loci. Trice. Will Wise, Chad Whitten, Oi kie Adamson.

an Baskerville, lephanie

Coach JonC!l. Stephen Paulette. BOTTOM l-R: Scott Howard. Mural Bi1gin. Jesse Pellow. Danael Bower. Ashbridge. Phillip Keiper. Child Healey. Adam Rafeh. Josh pain, Joel Mazmaman


LEFT: Stephen Paulette attempts a shot over the head of a taner opponent. Stephen made the basket!

REACH for the TOP!! The Middle School boys ' teams worked hard to build a solid foundation not only for next year's team but for those moving up to Varsity level for 1995. LEFT: Key Easterly catche the ball on the rebound . He passed the ball to. teammate who then scored two poin IS!

FAR LEFT: Walter Wash keeps the ball whil letting some time run out on the clock. LEFT: Will Pasco found a clear spot in the opposing team's defenses and attem pted a shot fTom the outside.

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RIGHT: Throwing a pass around and through an opponent's a_rms isn't easy, but Rachel Whitten managed!

RIGHT: Tara Gamer appeus as a blur while heading in fOr a lay-up. She made the bultet without ha ving to slam-dwlk!

SETTIN FO T GOAL Girls' Basketball held together d -~足 s pite Cl disappoin tin recor. Winning one tournament game VI{ not exactly habby and two of th IJl bers wer named to th All-Star team! RIGHT: Cheryl Mayers seardies for a teammate to pass to. She eventually took the ball to the basket herself.

...~~~~~~~~~~;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;..! TOP L-R: Coach Ri ce, Dina Miller, Kate Hukher, Lainie HaskeU, Corbin

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Adamso n, Rachel Whitten . BOTTOM L-R: Jessica Gray, Tara Gamer, Che.ryl Maye.rs, Blair Jacob en. (Not Pictured: Tiffany Creamer, Ruth Williams).


BELOW: Frazer Orgain goes for the point with a fast la y-up. He made the basket, putting the Spartans in the lead.

CE TER BELOW: Leading player Chris Sharp rounds his opponents as he makes another drive toward the basket. He cored.

EDIC TION DESIRE DISCIPLINE

The 3D 's of Spartan Varsi- --J4-- - - - ty ba etball could also indud determin ti n.

But then it wouldn't be 3D's, w uld it?

TOI' L-R: Ben Rei!, Frazer Orgain, Pau.l Douglas, George Cauble. BOTIOM &';;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;.1 L-R: am Proffitt, Shawn Lewis (not pictured: Coach Stan)

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BELOW: Corbin Adamson (front returns a volley from her oPPO nent while Cheryl Mayers (back! waits for a erve.

BELOW: Ra chel Whitte n, Sara Rossmoore, and Blair Jaco bsen (hidden) en joy a joke while waiting their turn to play.

ABOVE: Returning a fast serve is not always an easy feat. LaWe Haskell a pproaches the ball to send it over th e net.

GIRLS' TE , T EAM - TOP l-R: Cheryl Mayers, Tara Gamer, heley Jessie McCollough, Jeg ica Barnes, Lairue Haskell. BOTTOM l - R: Blair Jacobsen, Whitten, Corbin Adamson, Sara Ro smoore, Mr. Woodhou e.

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H I G H

sTRuNG! Tennis is no longer a calm and gentle sport. . .not after the tennis teams went into their seas on swinging hard and came out still swinging... making a good stand for the Spartans!

LEFT: Top seeded player David Bu ton led the team in singles play for the season. FAR lEFT: Though third in Spartan ranking o rder, Chad Whitten

still conslstenU played wen for the Spartan " ra cket-eers."

TE IS TEAM - TOP L-R: Steven Just, Sam Proffitt, Chad Whitten, K.C. Ih~ ~ o.nn George Richeson, Coach Woodhouse. BOTTOM L-R: Thomas Ashbridge, Matt

In tt"w", " .

Phillip Keipe r, David Buxton, Tra vis Nida .

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DAILY ROUTINE Cheering squads only met t Ice a week, but they could be found Hracticing every day In the halls and around campus

RIGHT: Carrie Hebb does more than just plaster a smile on her face - aU the girls genuinely enjoy cheering. BELOW: The Middle 5 hool Cheering Squad performs a routine (or a

schoof-wide pep rall y. They had the moves in perfect sync!

TOP, L-R: Stephanie Paulette, Abby Rinaca, JUlian Jo hnson(above), Ashleigh Mclaurin, Carrie Hebb. CENTER: Camberly Pearson . BOTTOM, L- R: Alison Rinaea, AJisia Freeman, Nadya Rafeh. (Not pietun'CI, Coach Duke). RI GHT: Stephanie Paulette and Ashlcigh Mclaurin cheer o n the crowd during a time -out.

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LEFT: The girls began their current routine to a teady rock beat whkh oon gave way to more varied music.

BELOW: Part of the routine included a clock-type motion set to the music of "jeopardy!"

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BREAKI G THE RULES Varsit cheerleaders gave our tea s' centive to play hard and ell. Cheering in itIf requires hard work and dedication.

ABOVE: The al'llity Cheerleading Sq uad cheered for every home Varsity Boys' game bom their " little comer or th.. gym." TOP. L-R: jessica Barnes, A heley Ashbridge, Corbin Adamson. CE ITER, L-R: Emily Wolff, Molly McMunn, Paยงe Smith, Heather Cohn, Sa ra Rossmoore. FRO T: jessie McCollough. ( ot pictured, Coach Shaw).

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RIGHT: Leading player on the golf team, Hunter Lansing. prep~s to send the ball far up the falT,\vay.

BELOW RIGHT: Adam Graves

putls as Chris Dnal (righ t) and a Benedktine opponent wait their tum. Adam sank the putt

CA DE CLUB - irK! EUi Ann chroeder, Coach Coddington.

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ABOVE: Elizabeth does the steering while Ellis Ann paddles the canoe forward during a trip to the James River.

RIGHT: Ben Reif hows his e at the prow of his canoe. ily. the river was low enough allow safe boating.


LEFT: Goaltender Drew Cosby sends the ball whizzing back to the other end of the field . Look carefully- the ball goes by fast! BELOW LEFT: umber 18, Frazer Orgain, gels dubbed by an opponent (legally!) as he races down the 6eld WIth the ball. BELOW: AIter a goal, the ball is tossed on the ground between two crouched players to restart play.

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CLUBS, PADDLES, STICKS, OR FEET ... Despite h a ing small numb r s on each of Gol f, Canoe, Lacro e, and Indoor occer teams, each u d their season to impro e skills a nd d v el p teamwork. VS. Chester6eld IV won 9-7 vs. Blue Ridge IV won 11 -10 v . ChesterfIeld IV lost 9- 12 OVERALL RECORD 2-1

FAR LEFT: Drew Cosby, umber 22, heads down the field with ball in net, certain to make a goal.

I DOOR OCCER TEAM - TOP L-R: Coach Coddington, Ahmed Abou Koura, Frazer Orgain, Scott Sides. BOTTOM L-R: Sam Proffitt, Daniel Shepherd, Hunter Scott, Drew Cosb . ot pictured: Tony Costa .

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BELOW: Artist-in-Reside nce Dang work s with hri s Gue t were in v it e d Paulett~ ' s art classes and for

ABOVE: Stagecraft is part of curriculum for Middle and

School th eatre studen t . The for " Little Shop" is beginning.


ABOVE: Kathleen An and ChrisSmith played angels in the Hol.iday program. Both are

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BELOW: Verne (Taylor holds h e roi nes Kate Kallman) a nd Crane as thieves.

EXIT WHO? Set in Vermont with the assortment of characters one might expect from a small town, Exit Who? gave the audience an equal taste of intrigue and comedy. A missing microdot and some chocolate chip cookies were all this story needed to keep the audience guessing ... oh, yes, and the mysterious closet!

NSE, COMEDY

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LEI-I: The closet, which Joel Dover (AJec: Kean) contmually appears. in and disappears from , plays an Important part.

BELOW路 The real thief. Mabel Ot'nniJer LatoureUe) (center,righl). has been .p. pr ehe nd ed and th e g reedy Cyru s (Stephen Paulette) has been knocked to

the floor. uncotUClou5,

CAST AND CREW

Crane Hammond ....... . ...... . ......... Jessica Gray Kate Bixley ......................... Monica Kallman Joel Dover . . .. . ............... . .......... Alec Kean Verne . .............................. Taylor Collier Jewel .... . ............. .. .......... .. . . Emily Wolff Cyrus D. Conway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Stephen Paulette Lydia . .. .. . .... .. ... . ...... . .... . .. Sara Rossmoore Colonel Wilfred Wooster ................... Andy Stitt Mabel . . ......................... Jennifer Latourelle Crew: Chris Drzal, Kate Hulcher, Aaron Payne

Colonel (Andy Stitt) up at the wTOng house He lives in the house with flaming celosia!

ABOVE: Joel (Alec Kean) tells how the microdot was stolen in the Ii... t place to Crane Oessica Gra y).

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RIGHT: The Other Frog Prince was a tale included in the Grade 2 play. Aly Pittman is the princess and Shannon McCarth y is the frog.

FAR RIGHT: Jo ck Oordan Effron) of beilnstalk (arne met up with th e giant (\'Vill Way) who wanted to write his own slory.(Grade 2 play)

BELOW: S tuart Little (Christopher Maszaros) is saved from a garbage scow by Margalo OenniJer Gray ). BELOI RIGHT: The ca.' of Ihe Grade 4 play. "Stuart Uttle" ~athers

outside (or a photo after taking the show on Ihe road to a nu rsery

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Smilin- J.ck (Oay H. .tt) Isn 'l l osrr,ih,n' when he discovers one of the I,e'w~' nl'~" (Elizabeth Laru, ChrisCynthia John.) who h.d been

LEFT: The Stinky Cheese Man (Austin Hamilton) is SO smelly two children (Dory Klein, Amy Strickland) don't want to eat himl BELOW LÂŁFT: Reading B bedtime sto-- BELOW: How the Elephant (Anne ry is much more fun for two sisters (All Shelton) GOI tts Trunl. (from the DocHard, Aynsley Wilton) when your Im- odtle, Matthew tamback, at lert!) in the Grade 3 play, "Ju.st So lories," agination acts It out!

ABOVE: Bag Lady (Asht .. He.ley) explums about her stolen bag to police officers (Amanda Ked. , Romaine Hunkeler) 10 Grade S 's Squad

Room "

RIGHT: The Mad Bomber (Tommy lePage) prepares to place a bomb in the police department while " Rngers"

Oamie Rose) watches.


HOLIDAY PROGRAM " Oh, Heavens" was the theme and the setting was surrealistically in the clouds, complete with cloud nine and a cloud cave. All sorts of characters live in heaven; this story was the one about how the little angel got her wings.

RIGHT Christine Bell. 8m Wolff. ilnd l..Jnd 路 Ny lansing explain to n(Ow anSl!1 Ida Henley (left of center) how she can set h~ wings

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lne Beil work the "c!oud:r" an room. stufftng cloud bags. mIIldng gol bows. and wrappl.rig signpost! lot the HoUday rrognm

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UFT路 The Cirl!' Ensemble sings every }'eiU at the Holiday P!"Ogr.Im This year' s group

Kate Hulrher, Monica Kallman. EmUy l\'olff. Mollv McMunn, A.nne B n . Charlotte Sul路

livan BELOW ' An overall view of the stage whu:h \搂 built In the gym shows the amount of put In not onfy by the 1.5 children. ~achen . and PIohs Anderson . but also b Mrs Paulette's art classe, Mr lourie 's theatre cill禄eS. G,nd parrnt volunteer!i

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LEI-T Ir. Coddington .nd Mr Imine loo\r. p'lem,Y of timt' with Ida Henley turhlng her. thi' muting S)"Stt!t1\ for hi!!' to fly II!> lin angel Her sifety and comfort were always the (On

ABOVE : lda Henley. as the newest angel In the angel choir, f1'~ high 20 feet 1n10 the au over the Holiday Program set.

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RIGHT: Polliwogs tum into omething else when lh ey grow up. but not into butteriljl'S as disbeliever Ford Fischer has found out.

RIGHT: Such beautiful butterflies! First grade studies cate'l'iJtars a.nd butte.rflies so M.T. Lnurie wTote the play to reinforce it. BELOW: Animals grow up- even the robin, deer, and bunny- in the first grade adaptation of, " The Caterpillar and the Polliwog."

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ABOVE: Using an eight-holed strument to playa concert is ficult; however, 6th-7th grade corder players made it easy.


BELOW: Fifth-graders rehearse (or their class play. Most classes get to rehearse on the stage.

BELOW: Third grade students work on paper-mache dinosaurs in â&#x20AC;˘.rt . Art projects (oUow curriculum where pas ible.

LEFT: Art classes are always fult of ABOVE: The Girls' En emble unique and intereSting/rojects. sang selectIons from "The Phan¡ Corbin Adamson an Molly tom o( the Opera" in the Spnng McMunn participate In such a ven - Music Concert lure.

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RIGHT: Mr. Im int路 created 11 makeshift woodworking shop backstage and aJ lowed students like Reed Yancey to make sma ll plaques nnd now-holders.

BELO W , El izabet h l . r us " bedazzles" a scarf in the dass ta ught by Mrs. Vargo. BELOW RIGHT: Bead-making was II popular course run bv Mrs. snbridge. Active benders included Christine Scil, II friend , and Lindsay L.,nsing.

music, and muc more! Students in grades 4-8 may participate, and, though the Fine Arts faculty are the main teachers, other teachers, parents, and older students are invited to teach as well.

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FAR LEFT: Carter aunders works on a project with her fa ther, James Saunders. LEFT: Worksheets were used to educate ra th ers in fifth g路ra de. JeH Layton and hi dad, Pau.l, worked diltgenU y. BELOW; Third and fifth gTade srudenls sang in "the parle." on 路'Father"s Day . More tha n 150 fathers and friends at-

tended the ""rfonn. nce.

see a performance , and go to school" with their child. 1/

LEFT: Robert Lams atte nded the da )' with hi daughter Elizabeth in fi rth grade. LEFT: Sarah Peterson and Ni ch olas DeRuo i were sick in bed Ivith no friends (in beds created by Emily Wolfr, grade 9.)

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BELOW: Seymou.r (Ta~lor Hord) experiences Audrey U s firsl desire for blood. Little ctid he know its 00!l purpose!

RIGHT: Stage Manager Ellis Ann finds pike marks. Working backstage on the "tech" crew is an important part of the thea tre. BELOW: Martin (Stephen Paulette) wants cuttings of Audrey II. De-

pressed eymour (left) soon realizes the implications.

ABOVE: Seymour shows himself to be the clumsy, oaf by dropping "the inventory. ' Seymour eventuall y becomes the hero.

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LEFT: Seymour (Taylor Hord) and Audrey (Stepharue Paulette) profess their newfound devotion for each other.

BELOW: Audrey II finally breaks thorugh its pot and the walls of the shop and begins to ta.ke over the theatre.

LEFT: Mushnik (Andy Stitt) looks for the payroll. Seymour told him it was in Audrey If. The plant eats Mushnik.

ABOVE: Seymour deddes not to help the sadist dentist who has been mean to Audrey. The dentist gasses himself to death.

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BELOW: A well 路 reccived routine was perform ed by first grad ers Morgan Hutcninson , Kate Krislo拢ak, Ka te Car路 ner, Jasmine Major. Leigh Grecn", and Ra chael Meyers.

ABOVE: Jamie Rose bro ught along his own accompanist- hjs dad!

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BELOW RIGHT: "There s he i Mass Hys teria !" Fra ze r Orgai d.ressed up for and won the UPP' School Miss Steward contest.


LEFT: 'Aaster of CeremoOles Ben SW1(t interviews Miss Stc\\'aro contestants edwina ( ed Trice) nnd Antoinette (Tony Costa). 'edwina \\'on the JUOIor Miss contesL

LEFT: Austin Pittman showed his true musketeer style with his costumed solo. BELOW LEFT: A trio of singers included Elizabeth Peterson, Alison Strickland, and Am y Strickland . BELOW: Aynsley Wilton and Ben Wolff performed a modem dance routine.

LEFT: Ted Benson played a piano solo for Stunt-Talent igh!.

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hrocder. Kate HuJche r) per路

formed " M., tcri,,1 Girt. "

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RIGHT: The fina le of the Grandparents' Day program wa s a strea_mer-waving scilute to Red,

White, and BlueT

RIGHT: " Mrs. Miller's" (AshJee Healey) school dass was transported into a video and landed on the steps of the Capit I building. BELOW: Jo hn McMillian (front, left of cen ter) leads second , fourth, and fifth grade das e in a rousing song.

ABOVE: Third graders sa ng a tribute to the Statue of Uberty. Each grade performs a portion of the program.

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LEFT: Jasmine Major, Morgan Hutchinson, and Kate Kristofak command the stage as pioneeÂŁ'5

and immigrants. BELOW LEFT: Ted Benson, as America's Uncle Sam, delivers the message of who he is and what he stands for.

A little bit of jazz, a little bit of modern, some exciting movement, and a whole lot of patriotic red, white, and blue! Mrs. Anderson's music students presented a wonderful performance for parents and grandparents.

ABOVE: Holdinl1 her lamp high, and waiting for your tired, your poor... " is Sally Anne Stratton as Lady Uberty . LEFT: Hjgh kicks with hats held hIgh, one of the most interesting jazz numbers involved fifth graders in fedoras.

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Dunng Lower School Theme "Tales 'From

ear and Far,"

shows Mlchacl MilJUt'OS Heywood some of the that Amencan Indians lived.

Fahad Qureshi and Blair are 10 dIvide a pie mlo pieces using, three cuts . They nave It yetT


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ON THE BALL rom the blacktop to the playground to the playing field, Spartans alway seem to be playing baJI. WaJlball, a game with very precise ruJes, a tennis ball, and a wall, is pia ed by everyone from first grade to upp er school (though not at the sa me time) at lunch and after school. The ewcomb game is a chaJlenge game consisting of the facul ty against the candidate for Lower School Student Counci l. The game is similar to vo lleybaIJ, but the balJ may be caug ht and tossed bac k

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over the net. Of course, the gy m is filled with astronomical levels of creaming as the teams are chee red on. The fi.nal result: students one, faculty one. When asked what the purpose was , Danny McLemore said simply, " to get the m ost points! " Friendly or competitive, alone or in a group, the Spartan is always active!

RIGHT: Danielle Fitzge rald tries to throw the ba ll into the facult , t am ' weak spot. The students

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ABOVE: Walter Wash attempts to throw the baJJ into a spot that Jesse Pellow can't get to it in a wallbaU game.

ABOVE: Ford Fischer ma kes a valiant effort to hi t hristopher Snti th and Will Way in the Lower School version of wall ball.

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RIGHT: George Richeson hjgh for the ball and miss s ing a friendly lunch game w.lIball.


CORNERPIECE

RING! RING! RING! Fire Drill! Leave quickly and quietly ... Drill procedures wen t like clockwork with th e chang in meeting loca tj o n to th e Green" at th e center of ca mpu s. Orderly lines by grade level and a clearly defined chain of command allowed everyo n e to feel safe . .. You ma y return to clas . /I

School Fire Marshal Mr. Rossmoore stands at left conferring with Mrs. Harbaugh about absen tee during a fire drill.

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When There Is So Much To Do Here, Wh Not

G'ROUND here's always something going on in Spartan territory -athletics, theatre, piano, studio art; people sitting, riding , reading; people talking, laughing . .. in s hort, just about eve ry thing imaginable can be done at school. While these are things done by individuals, small groups, or organized groups, most of them don't involve a large number of people or even the whole community. When that does happen, it takes a lot of careful planning (and some incredi bl y hard -wo rking people) to make peo ple sit up and

T

take notice. FAMILY FUN NIGHT was sponsored by the Parents' Association and fea tured Dinner, Bingo, video games for kids, a raffle , and more Silly String than any child could dream of! The Middle School Family Picnic brings famili es and faculty together to eat chicken , socialize , and watch the Soccer Invitational.

RIGHT: Crayons were provided to color in the correct num bers on the cards. Bingo was al 0 yelled

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ABOVE 'lis Rice, Mrs. Harbaugh, and a triple-hatted Chad Whitten

braved the bright sun to wat ch th e Soccer In vitationa l.

ABOVE: Jeff Layton battles D. vid Buxton in a Space lnvade.rs-

ty le game. Video .me were set during Family Fun igh!.

102

ACTIVITIES

RIGHT: Viewing the it.tional from a h igh point are Matt Gottwald, Mr. ten house, and Go rdon Smith.


COR ERPIECE

WAS THAT G-53?? Ha v you e r played BINGO? Th object of the game is ultimately to win, of course, but apparently the Spartan wa y is to scream a whol lot if your card is even close_ The fifth graders at the back of th gym did just tha t, e pecially when on of them won!

ABOVE: Chris D=1. son of Parents- Association president Mrs. Sue Dr7.aJ played SIX hands at once and sblJ did not win!

ACTIVITIES

103


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brilliance is eas

TAKE IT TO THE LIMIT RI GHT : Battling it o ut in a friendship beads pseudo competition is part of sharing BELOW:using Teaching a lesson in being a member of the battle of are S.O.D.A. members Grey the orains team. Magill and Asheley Ashbridge.

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ABO E: Sparta n Spelling Bee Champion And y Stitt spells a word against runner-up Knstin Walton . ABO VE: BatUe of the Brains team members in dude: Geo rge Cauble, Jenny McComas, Parke Rhoads, and Jason Mclaurin .

104

ACTTVITIES

RI GHT: S.O.D.A. (Students ganized to Develop Attitu members used donuts from ceiling to promote teamwork.


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CORNERPIECE

COM,PUJ'E 路 S

W'O 'T ~.rY.L E6AJ -BYTE YO U!

Starting at quare one and adding computerized instruction and offices is a challenge. Beginning with the FUTUREKIDS program once a week, computers have finally made it full force in to Spartan Territory. Even the Yearbook is produced on computer!

ABOVE: Philipp Schmidt 路 Ullrich and Matthew Stainback work their pieces of the puzzle ... on the computers!

ACTIVlTIES

105


Humor, Balance, and po.yC:' ~'1ective make

u the

BEST IN THE FIELD BELOW: Some partners took the n tion of working together too seriously! David Moeser and Jenn y McComas took a spill.

RIGHT: Daniel Thorn runs back to base during "The Great hoe Find ." Shoe were thrown in a pile and you had to find yours!

ABOVE: Water balloon races arc made more difficuh when yo u can' t u e yo ur hands . Geo rge Cauble gave it his best shot. ABOVE: A tense moment during the Upper School fun day occurred between David Stokes and Fra zer Orgain. David wonl

106

ACTlVlTIES

RIGHT: What could be during lower School than a full team game of Paper, Scissors!


CORNERPIECE

WHEN THE WELL IS DRYField Day participants find all sorts of water games awaiting them: from wa ter carrying to waterballoon tossing.

ABOVE : Matth e w ta inba ck catches up to Phillip Weinman (foreground) in the mad race to fill a wa ter bucket.

ACTIVITIES

107


Model United Nations

TAKING ON THE WORLD BELOW: Parke Rhoads discuss- RIGHT: Frazer Org.ln, Ellis Ann es some proposals with a del- McOung. and Cheryl Mayers plan ror Lhe next session. Each session egate from another school. needed much plannmg.

ABOV E: Delegates came from all schools and represen ted the countries of the O. '. Some participants wore costumes.

ABOVE : Delegate Jenny McComas makes her w.y to her seat before the ftrst speakers begin their presentations.

108

ACTIVITIES

RIGHT: Delegations from countries hold up thei signs to be recognized to


COR NERPIE CE

Going to Model United Nations may seem like a dream trip to some students. So you have to go to Wednesday meetings with Mrs. Meyer. The good side is you get to be out of school for two days staying in a hotel filled with many students from schools across the state! Little do they realize the grueling schedule that awaits them!

ABOVE: Jessie McCollough, Jason Gre~ and Charlotte Tate show therr weariness after a long day of debating issues.

ACTNITIES

109


The Alternate Pro

rs a time to learn

WHAT ELSE IS OUT THERE? BELOW: George Richeson works RIGHT: Jame chroede r prewi th a budding artist in the Art pares to cut wood fo r his birdhouse during Woodworking class. with the Elderly clas .

ABOVE: Mr. Coddington checks Cauble's knapsack before headmg out to the Backpacking cia overnight trip. Geo~e

ABOVE: Mapping the Globe wa one of the acbvibes offered. tu dents painted a scale map of the U.S. on the blacktop.

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COR NERPIE CE

Going out into the bu in world to procure ( two-week internship in a field in which one has interest is not exactly an assignment which one relishe doing. However, year after year dedicated Upper School students find those job - in hospitals, offices, barnyards, and even foreign countries!

ABOVE: Jeremy Miller spent his two weeks working for a pharmaceutical co mpa ny counti ng pills to put in bottles.

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BELOW: Electricity i an often RJGHT: Kevin Collins, WTVRignored commodity (especially channel 6 weatherman discussfor students) as thi peaker es the hars h winter and the May from Virginia Power incli ates. solar eclipse with K- J students. l

ABOVE: Frank Perd ue spoke to the Upper School about marketing in the chicken indu try, as well a on truth in advertising. ABOVE: A theatre residency was established with the Richmond Art Theatre. Shown above is the set from " Romeo and Juliet."

112

ACTNITIES

RIGHT: Artist-in-residence lip Dang spent two days in Paulette's art classes and critiquing with students.


CORNERPIECE

MUSIC? Woof Radio? What ' s that? Some kind of dog show? No it's not - it's a lot different and more fun than any dog show; it also has something no one else has . .. Bill Wellington. What a crazy, folk-singing man this Musician -in -residence turned out to be. Three days spent with groups from Kindergarten to seniors to parents made everyone enjoy a simpler music with an easy-going theme.

ABO VE: Bill Wellington lea ds a group play and sing-along compri ed of ixlh and evenlh grade students.

ACTIVlTIES

113


Don't ·ust sit there-

miss somethi

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OUT OF THE ORDINARY BELOW: This energetic group helps boost school spirit. ord inarily. (Mf5. Anderson 's pcp dub was t'rying to fool the camera!)

RIGtIT: Cath ~rinc Bcil. i1 Chen, and Shay Chen demonstrate some of the Il'Chniqul"s leamt.>d by the pho.ogra· phy dub.

AHOV'E: " Cinco de Ma yo, " or the fifth of May, was celebnlled by Mrs. Hoi · land 's Si;>Bnish classes Wlth a fiesta . (But no sicsta!)

ABOVE: Michael Satterfield. Taylor Hord. and Murat Bilgm work with glue and scissors as members of the model · building dub.

114

ACTIVITIES

RIGHT: No harpoons, . Gil Chen and George armed. but no whales. Mrs: ··-,··:- -··· took her classes whale watchmg


CORNERPIECE

Five little Monkeys Sittin' On the Bed ... If you haven't heard this story, it so happens that one by one the monkeys fall off th e bed, they ge t mother, and the doctor and put a bandaid on the bump on the head. Mrs. Hall's Latin I class presented this play to the kindergarten class and then taught them how to coun t t o five in Latin. Unus, Duo ...

ABOV E: Mama (Emily Wolff with phone) calls in the doctor (Hjlton Gra 路 ham) because the rounh monkey ( ara Ressmoore on the Ooor) rell orr. Stephanie Paulette is ne:c:t!

ACTTV1TIES

115


Performing, Experimenting, Wading . .. Spartans

DO IT WITH PRIDE! BELOW: Greta Gump (Bailey Cog- RIGHT: Kindergarten theatre pregin, at left) trie to help her father, sented " Goll y Gump Went to the Golly (Phillip Wood, at righ t) wi th Fa.ir." Th e mora.!: " whenever you his wallowing problem.

yawn, co ve r yo ur mouth ,"

ABOVE: Jamie Rose can ' t ge t enough spaghetti during Theme Week. Reading books for charity culminated in a dinner.

ABOVE: Junior Parke Rhoads e plains scientific theories to fifth g ra d e rs Ja m ie Ro se , Patr ic k McLemore, and John McMillian .

116

ACTfVITIES

RIGHT: Anne Shelton for her wildlife samples getting wet fee t. Mrs. the Ecology club to the


CORNERPIECE

FEELING OLD? PLAY

NEW GAMES! Take a large (and loud) group of kids from several area schools, put them in our gym with a large ball and tell them to kick it. Where's the fun in that? Just ask them. They'll tell you . .. IT'S GREAT!

ABOVE: With the speed of a snail and the weight of a small car, the moon ball isnurled near the Spartan's defense position,

ACTIVITIES

117


Sr Dinner, Tennis, Rock-a-thon -

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c-BELOW: Anne Tyson Woodle RIGHT: The clubhouse was tasteand jenny McComas found the fully decorated and full of cozy nooks. jaso n McLaurin and his dinne r ideal ror conversation . date found a nice place to chat.

LEFT: Corbin Adamson had a terrific time with her da te, Fraze r

Orgain. The evening was pleasant ror everyone.

118 ACTNITIES

ABOVE: Also a good night for catching up on local gossip. the Junior-Sen.ior Dinner allowed everyone to relax and enjoy themse lves.


CORNERPIECE

Rockin' And ... Earnin'? Originally striving to hold the Junior Senior Dinner at the Jefferson, the Junior class made a valiant attempt to raise the two thousand dollars. While they fell just short of their goal, the rock-a-thon and Jobs for Juniors paid off - and in more than money!

ABOVE: Brooks Lawson s hows Matthew Siainback the finer points of a video game during Ihe 12 hour rock-a-thon. FACULTY /

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1ENT: Some of the play... Included (clockwise from top)

tournament champion Cheryl Mayers and MI. Cramer, Mrs. Brandl and Matt Gottwald, Mr. Hale (partnered wllh Steven Just). Stephen Paulette and Mrs. PawcUe, and Phillip Keiper and Miss Vatgo.

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119


SEPTEMBER School begins

OCTOBER Michael Jordan quits River Phoenix dies

NOVEMBER DECEMBER Menendez brothers trial

JANUARY

Earthquake in California Tanya Harding Cowboys win Superbowl

FEBRUARY Winter Olympics MARCH John Candy dies

APRIL

Kurt Cobain dies No smoking in Regency President Nixon dies Caning of an American

MAY Arsenio Hall's last show Jackie O. dies

JUNE

Rostenkowski indicted Graduationl (Compiled by Alheley Alhbridge)

ABOVE: The cool AUTUMN weather kept students in jackets but didn't stop Adam Rafeh from entertaining his friends . RIGHT: The long. hard WINTER took its toU on most of us, including Mrs. Vargo. Five days of cia .... were missed and countless days delayed due to ice and snow. An extended school day made up the difference in April.


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IVAL ore families chaos Carnlvallhan any other cruise line. Uur expanded y ar round children's acuviry program Camp Carnival Insur s that each of Ol.r famil\' gut? enjoys his or her "Fun Ship" '/acallon to he fulle c Camp Carnival no\', feature~ four ag , categories a allow us to customize activities most appropriate to each agE' /'loup. Each of the tour age groups has Counselors dedicated to that group.

And all 0 our Counselors are 1'1 her colleg' educated In a related held. have professional child care xperl' cncp or both. We'/e selected only he mo~t qualified staff. skilled not only In child car . but also in safety procedures to assure he comfort of parenL~. Most Impor tantJ~, rach Couns ·Ior is dedicated to ~eelng that our younger guests have fun!

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BELOW: Friday Activit Period yea rbook s taffers in cluded (dock wise, from left); Mr. Imine (Advisor), Laura Krumbein (Editor), Mrs. Griffin (Ad visor), Ch ris Dratl, Sa ra h Mason, Usa McComas. Ilthan Dan iel. (Not pictured: Ellis Ann McOung, Poge Smith) C E TER: A Yearboo k coo kout was held during th e second week of school as an opportunity fo r students to receive their 1993 books. Sen iors were the nf'S1 ones to lhe grill!

We may have inserted the last piece of this puzzle, but there are always more puzzles to solve. The yearbook staff hopes you enjoyed fitting the pieces . . . of tne puzzle. ABOVE - Yearbook 1f'1I (Cloc.kwise, (Tom left): Mr. Imine (Advisor). K.C. Abramson. hawn Lewis. As heley Ashbridge. George Cauble. Laura Krumbein (Editor). Jenn y McComas (Asst. Ed itor), Kale Hulcher.

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