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Another Piece of the Puzzle.
Story and layout by Amy Sturdevant

If Buffalo High School were a puzzle, there
would be several pieces to put together.
Every student, teacher, class, club, and
activity is important to our puzzle. Each
person must put his or her own puzzle
together. This year was no exception. Get
out of bed, attend school, go to practice,

and rush off to part-time jobs. Does this
puzzling process sound familiar to you? If
so, you are one or the many students who

had to sort through complex pieces in
order to keep their lives going.

Where did you fit in?

John Mathews, Are you totally confused by this
puzzling high school life?

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Pets and Friends are two of the most

important things in our lives. Even though
our friends may at times seem like frogs,
our pet's devotion never changes. Animals,

PETS &
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friends
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especially gold fish, and friends do come
and go, but there are those that remain

close to our hearts. Many kids commented
that whether their pet is a dog, cat, bird or
horse, they care, love, and think of them as
their best friend. As for your friends, if you
are close or perhaps have grown apart, the
times your have shared, will never be

forgotten. These are all parts of that puzzle
we call life.

Rodney Rodelander and Chais Rankin 2nd Grade

PIECE OF MIND
Public Views

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rain forests.

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THE MIDDLE PIECES

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middle school?

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Q.

What are your hobbies?

00 old for elementary, and too young for

high school. Where in the middle do you fit,

Buffalo Prairie Middle School. This was a big step
for the new 5th graders. The 8th graders found it a
routine thing. This year block scheduling was

I like to listen to my CD
player and talk on the
phone.

something new for all four grades at BPMS.

Brooke Glor, 6th grade

Several of the middle school students were

asked how they felt about block scheduling. One

8th grader, Keri McDaniel said, "It gives more time

to do homework." A 5th grader, Jessica Cook said,

Q.

"I like how the block scheduling works, and the
classes are a lot of fun." The majority of the stu
dents said that it gave more variety of classes they

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could take. Every class has a part in making the

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i" High School?

A.
looking forward ,0

Coach Autry's 7th grade
class is really working hard.

How We Fill the Space?
Story and Layout: Ryan Young

rom the last ring of the bell at 3:15 to

the first ring at 8:25 the next school daV/

students spend their time in different ways.

Cruising, working, getting extra help on an
assignment, or practicing for a sport are

iTiany of the ways students at BHS fill the
space.

Those students w^io are in sports

i^alized at the beginning of the seasons that
school doesn't get out at 3:15. Sometimes it
last two to four hours after the last bell
^ings.

The students that work after school

^on t have it easy either. They have to learn
balance their time so they can get their

^omework
done, and stil get enough sleep
for the
next day at school.

the end
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could be somewhere, anywhere,
but here at work.

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I'm planning to go to college
or tech. school, and hope

fully play football.

Kurt Jones I plan to go to college and
own my own Real Estate
office, and marn^ Jimmie.
Melissa Gilchrist

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Amanda Dahlquist

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Dawn Booth

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Ashley Williams
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phone.

Mrs. Betsy Earls

Mrs. EarVs Kindergarten

Mrs. Jenson^ Kindergarten

Dalton Bennett
Carrie Bowers
Justin Burton
Lucas Chitucl<
Brendon Cox

Jessica Crouch
Hailey Elliott

Ashley Frye

Brandon Haney

Jerica Holt

Michael Horstman
Cheyenne Kane
Robert Levine

Miranda Lippencott
Krista Manley
Zachary Pilkington
Benjamin Potter

Amanda Schwanke
Brandy Snow
Justin Tapp

Travis Thompson
Casey Wells
Kyle Whetsten

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Chelsea Bates
Jake Brewer

Autumn Bahr

Ashley Butts

Mary Cline
Zachery Davison

Ryan Casey

Johnathan Erickson

Tyler Cobb

Brian Faucett

Matthew Evans
Carley Hawkins

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Bryan Hargis

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Landon Keith

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Marjorie Stanley

Billy Acosta
Sammie Barclay

Sheila Allan
Allsha Brown

Jennifer Harrison

Jazmyne Beamer
Paul Black

Sara Long

Charles Mathews
Amber McAullffe

Wendy Bunch
John Camp
Alisha Chituck

Chrsi topher Noodwang
Justin Rauh

Cory Creel
Adam Hayes

Johnny Rogers

Nick Henderson

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Christopher Schwanke

Kati Hildebrandt

Samantha Smith
Stephanie Smith

Matt Hill

Shawnna Horstman

Michael Stafford

Layne Hughes
Brandon Klememtzos

Ashley Turner
Quinton Webb
Ashley Wiliams

Forrest Maynard
Ryan Monteith

Tiffany Wiliams

Ryan Morisset
Whitney Paul
Lindsay Peppers
Jessica Rambo

Angela Ridgeway
Danielle Sibley
John Simrin

Ashley Smith
Biff Sperko
Joshua Williams

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Tessa Atteberry
Nick Bailey
Sarah Baker
David Bowers

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Brett Harrison

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Brandi Hicks

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Kiystal Raiubo,

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Sefh Anderjaskaf
7th Grade

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better Student Council,

pop machines, and not
as many students.
Michelle Sarlitto,
7th Grade

The student's lockers

and good teachers.
Jennifer Klempin,
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team awards, and saHO ,
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Christa Cook, Amy Sturdevant, Darcy Condren a

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The pieces of the Lady Bison Basketb excellent job of pulling the

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story and Layout by Ryan Young

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WHAT DO YOU LIKE ABOUT FHA?

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This is a familiar sound to many Spanish Club members. Spanish Club is a very active group

students involved in many activities throughout the school year. They have regular meetings in

"le mornings before school. At these meetings they planned fiestas and many more activities. On

^ebruary 22, the Spanish Club went roler skating. This was a highlight of the year. Many students
Spanish Club because it has many oppotunities for fun. Students are able to get involved in
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Hildreth Swanigan
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Rachel Akins
Jan Aiford

Wanda Allen

Gloria Auberry

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Mary Lou Beckner

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Caria Harrison

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Janet Johnson
Steve Johnson

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Club 4. French Club 4, Art STOKES, VANESSA

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9-28-78. daughter of Jerry
& Linda Swanigan. Honor

Roll Chamber Choir. FCA,
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^len & Cathy Rogers.
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D.C. 13.

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1234, Cheerleading Letter
234. Yearbook 34, Yrs.in

in D.C.

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Scout Editor-in-chief 4,
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12. Mock Trial 1234.
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School Play 23, Yrs. in

Spanish Club 3, Art Club

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Rogers, Bridget

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124, Yrs. in D.C. 8.

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3 Becky Vance

WHITE, FLOYD

4_ Leah Harrison

6-17-78. son of Allen
Pearl White. Band 2,

6- LisaShoemake^

5 Kami Neitze

7 Melissa Gilc

FBLA 1, FFA 4. Art Ci
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Jason Trupp

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