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Seniors set to prove class spirit

As the seniors take their last stab at letting the underclassmen know who dominates during Homecoming, the final touches are being added to their masterpiece. With less than a week left to reveal their Chinese-themed float, the anticipation rises.

The ideas of the Great Wall and a Chinese Palace contribute to the ethnic flare brought by this year?s homecoming.

?This year the float will be a lot better than previous years,? Jason Savage said. ?The float this year is a lot stronger, it’s less flimsy and more eye-catching.?

As the seniors prepare for homecoming, a sense of class unity will be shown through the float.

?Our spirit will definitely show through,? Anne Hawkins said. ?The float is an example of unity through our class. When a class unites, anything can happen.?

This float is one of the final opportunities for the seniors to represent their class spirit before the year ends.

?It?s hard to tell, but we seem to have more participation this year,? Will Hierholzer, vice president, said. ?We want to use our last chance to do something awesome.?

Both the obstacles and the fact that this is their last chance to participate impacts the work process.

?We did have a few things get in our way,? Savage said. ?We had some trouble getting a trailer and money was also an issue. Also, the dedication is definitely more present this year than previous years. Since there is this dedication, there are more people and the what we need are coming more swiftly.?

The drive to win this year shows to be stronger than previous years for the class of 2007.

?Seniors are going to bury the other classes,? Savage said.

The class will be meeting at Ryan Taylor?s house to put the finishing touches on their float.

For more information contact Ryan Taylor at 260-0959 for directions and more details.

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    Caitlin GainesDec 14, 2011 at 12:01 am

    Mr. Stobbe talks about this all the time in our English class. The other day he stapled Chris Grossmans lunch on the wall….way up higher than in this photo. It was quite funny, but Chris just jumped and got it down. Gotta love Stobbe though….

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    David CasugaAug 26, 2009 at 11:27 am

    Yes, that was an interesting experiece. Mr. (Greg) Stobbe didn’t start with my lunch; he started with my test which he stapled not once not twice but 5 times. Then he took my innocent lunch and stapled it shut; then stapled it to the wall. He then broke down laughing, so that was quite the experience.

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    Brady LeeAug 26, 2009 at 11:27 am

    That was a hilarious moment! I looked up from my desk and saw Mr. (Greg) Stobbe furiously stapling a lunch against the wall. If he only stapled it a little higher so David could not reach it….

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    Trevor YorkAug 26, 2009 at 11:27 am

    Poor little Casuga; he never had a chance. Mr. (Greg) Stobbe was so swift and fast that by the time David was hungry, his food was stapled to the wall.

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    Chandler VargasAug 26, 2009 at 11:27 am

    A priceless grin upon Mr. (Greg) Stobbe’s face appeared as he swung open the classroom door and jubilantly exclaimed the halarity of his mischievous act!

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    Dana KingAug 26, 2009 at 11:27 am

    Today we took another vocab. test and I was waiting to see if Mr. Stobbe would attack David’s lunch again. He didn’t, but it still made me laugh just thinking about it again.

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    Julianne KingAug 26, 2009 at 11:27 am

    Sadly, I was gone the day this event happened, but with all the talk from Mr. Stobbe reliving the event, I felt like I did not miss it at all.

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    David CasugaAug 26, 2009 at 11:27 am

    In this picture I look exceedingly small, especially with Austin Rurik sitting there. Mr. (Greg) Stobbe teased me about my height in this pic…he described it as I could barely see over the table, even though it is clear I can.:)

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    Brooke StobbeAug 26, 2009 at 11:27 am

    Funny things always happen in our class… So glad I’m in there even though I had no choice. My dad (Mr. Stobbe) is so crazy and makes it fun! I can honestly say I can walk into that class not knowing whats gonna happen!…interesting times…,

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