The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on December 1, 1982 · Page 22
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December 1, 1982

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 22

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THE BAYTOWN SUN Wednesday, December 1, 19V2 5-C Festival Set March 12 CBJS Liberty Tree Club To Sponsor Frontier Days Yadira Amaya Cedar Bayou Junior Cedar Bayou Junior School Liberty Tree Club will sponsor a festival on March 12 called Frontier Days. There will be games, food, demonstrations, arts and craft displays. Each club member will dress the way people did in the 1850's. Members of the Volunteer Texas Army will also attend. They will set up Indian tepees and show Runs from the 1800's. A class from Sterling High School, which has been studying Indians and their culture, will also attend. Blue Grass Music will be featured. The Liberty Tree Club hopes to make this a city-wide affair. BASKETBALL Basketball teams were announced at Cedar Bayou. The eighth grade A team includes Allison Travis, Andrea Crocker, Michelle Bonczynski, Monica Michon, Kellie Jordan, Latorshia Diggles, Tracey Williams, Sandra Escalera, Lahoma Oden, Kim Moseley, Stephanie Batla and Julieanna Raphael. Coach of this team is Justine Andrus, . The eighth grade B team includes Tish Watkins, Candace Laverne, Patrice Hornbergei 1 , Laurie Saunders, Ann Marie Costello, Kathryn Brummit, Wendi Ferguson, Toni Walker, Stephanie Walden, Charlotte Coleman, Kristi Reese, Kim Jones, Corinna Marquez, Courtney Wright, Lynnea Green, Christi McNeal, Renee Young, Michelle Frazar and Debbie Smith. The seventh grade teams were also chosen. The seventh grade A team includes Angela Maxwell, Karen Johnson, Missy Bargainer, Jami-Jon Mitchell, Kelly Cline, Sherry Bates, Jackie Gregerson, Pam Gardner, Danielle Wolfe and Zainab Ilahi. Coach of this team is Suann Miller and the scorekeeper is Donna Liska. The seventh grade B team includes Ginger Gardner, Jodie Storm, Jennifer Jones, Shelly Matlock, Sonja Harpst, Leda Blalock, Amy Westerman, Diana Chew, Tara Lomica, Pam Williams, Laurel Kind, Shana Swint, Tina Franta, Shani Moyers, Michelle Nichols, Kerri Crawford, Lori Nelson and Rhonda Pittman. Coach of this team s Melanie Fattig. FOOD DRIVE The Student Council recently sponsored a canned food drive. Cans were to be brought to third period classes. Winners in each grade will receive a soft drink party. LP Teachers Participate In Smokeout Jennifer Ritterhouse La Porte Junior High Many teachers at LaPorte Junior High participated in the .Great American Smokeout Nov. 18. Teachers and students are prohibited from smoking on ; school grounds. Teachers are allowed to smoke in the teacher's lounge, though. The smokeout, sponsored by the American Cancer Society, was a day for smokers to quit "cold turkey" for 24 hours. The goal is to have at least one-fifth of the smokers to quit for those 24 hours and some quit for good. "You have to think of the benefits of not smoking," one teacher said. "Many lung cancer deaths are caused by smoking." THANKSGIVING With the arrival of Thanksgiving, many people think only of the closeness of the Christmas season or the good Thanksgiving dinner they are going to have. Now with the end of the holiday people forget the meaning of the word "thanksgiving" and why we celebrate. At LPJH, may teachers tried to make the students more aware of the importance of this holiday. Students also had the special treat of a traditional turkey dinner in the cafeteria. NEWSPAPER Another issue of "The Bullpup's Tale" is out. This Thanksgiving issue, written by a seventh grade Dimensions class, went on sale for 10-cents just before the Thanksgiving holiday. When asked why the paper sold for just enough money to buy more supplies, Sandra Hammons, the Dimensions teacher, said "We wanted to keep Lhe price of the paper low enough for everyone to be able to buy one." HONOR ROLLS Along with the report cards, which came out Nov. 18, comes the honor roils. A and A-B honor roll students will be recognized for their achievements. LPJH PRINCIPAL James Sitton, LPJH principal, is proud of the football teams for winning back a trophy he said Baker's had too long. Both the seventh and eighth grade "A" football teams won first place in the district. STUDENTS HONORED Jennifer Arisco and Jeffrey Key, two eighth graders at LPJH, were honored by the,LaPorte Optimist Club along with students from other LPISD schools. Jennifer and Jeffrey were chosen to represent LPJH at a luncheon. Group Of Baker Students To Visit Planetarium JoAnne Fowler Baker Junior High Dec. 2 some 1 of Baker Junior High's eighth graders will be going on a school trip to a planetarium. Only a small number of students will be chosen to participate in the trip as the attendance for the visit to the planetarium is limited. YEARBOOKS Dec. 2, second orders for the school yearbooks will be taken. Spikers At BJS Win District Championship Grace Chen Baytown Junior The Baytown Junior School seventh grade "A" girls' volleyball team won the district championship at the Bay Area League. Their district record was 13-1 and their overal record was 24-3. Players are Krista Bosse, Laurie Brasher, Erica Castro, Racquel Hart, BeBe Garcia, Michelle Richardson, Barbara Stevenson, Holli Pagel and Cindy Vera. Coach is Miss Lindy Kirn and the manager is Maria Rosas. BAND BJS Band members attended the All-District Band tryouts Nov. 20. Thirteen of the students made District Band and 10 qualified for All-Region Band. Students named to Ail-District Band are coronets Eric Griffin, fourth chair; Stephen Quisenoerry, fifth chair; and Ed Warren 14th chair; clarinets Cathy Berniard, seventh chair and Deborah Houk, 15th chair; bassons Heather Hartless, first chair and Randall Kerr, third chair; bass clarinet Gylla Headley, first chair; trombone Kirk Lowe, 16th chair; alto saxophone Mike Blackburn, second chair; oboe Cynthia Stephenson, seventh chair; Percussion I Brent Dornburg, third chair; Percussion II Grace Chen, first chair. NEW TEACHER Laura Murphy is a new sixth grade reading teacher. Miss Murphy has lived in Baytown all her life. She has two sisters and two brothers and attended Cedar Bayou Junior School, Lee High School, Lee College and Texas A&M University. Miss Murphy enjoys aerobics and water skiing. She also enjoys working with the students and fellow teachers at BJS. Miss Murphy is planning to get married next June 11. BASKETBALL The coach for the eighth grade "A" boys' basketball team is Lawrence Guillory. Managers for the "A" team are Eric Farner, Philip Lipkin, Michael Springer and James Kingsmill. Players are Mike Blackburn, Mark Burns, Sterling Felder, Steven Floyd, Pat Haggerty, Keith Hearon, Ted Johnson, Kerry Lewis, Chris Mason, Oscar Perez, James Simien and David Ward. LANGUAGE ARTS The GATE and enriched language arts classes received actual scripts for the movie "The Blue and the Gray" from CBS. Students in the GATE classes plan to see the video tape of the show on the three days before Christmas holidays. TEACHER MARRIES Miss Teresa Barajas, one of the mathematic teachers at BJS, married Rick Coy Oct. 17. The wedding was held at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. The reception was held at the Knights of Columbus Hall and the dance was held at the Sylvan Beach Pavilion. Mrs. Coy went to Nassau, Bahamas for her honeymoon. She teaches sixth and seventh grade regular, accelerated, and GATE arithmetic classes. BASKETBALLSEASON Basketball season has begun. The teams have been chosen and the coaches for the boys are Lawrence Guillory — eighth grade A, Walter Norton — eighth grade B, Tracy Andreas — seventh grade A, Dennis Turner — seventh grade B team. The coaches for the girls basketball teams are Linday Kirn — eighth grade A, Linda Ware — eighth grade B, Michelle Swenson — seventh grade B, and Marsha Adams, a teacher at Stephen F. Austin Elementary — seventh grade A. NEW SCHOOL The students, because of the weather, are now eating in the completed commons area. Physical education is held at the far end of the commons area. All classes are being held on the Baytown Junior School campus for the band classes. GOSLIN GAB . Does Mary Sanchez listen to; country music? . . . What is Brien Vitz's present nickname? . . . Kim Wilcox likes David Harrison . . . John Culp likes someone. The price for the yearbooks is $8 each. CHOIR Dec. 7. the eighth grade choir will go to Almeda Mall in the evening to sing Christmas carols. Their performance is expected to begin at approximately 6:30 p.m. or shortly thereafter. OPEN HOUSE An Open House has been scheduled by the Practical Living Department Dec. 7. The purpose of the Open House is to display and show what the Practical Living students have been doing during this semester. SPECIAL VISITORS Dec. 8, the science classes from Baker Junior High School will have a special treat. Some of the NASA aerospace crew will be at Baker to talk with students about their job with NASA and how they came to be on the aerospace crew. BACKTOSCHOOL Everyone enjoys Thanksgiving holidays, but now all the students must get back into the swing for three more weeks before the Christmas holidays. The Christmas break this year will be from Dec. 18 through Jan. 2. SCHOOL PICTURES Nov. 17, Baker students received their school pictures. 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