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Midnight Sun: Community High School Yearbook, 2000

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Turn the Page 1999 - 2000 The Midnight Sun 28 Community High School 401 North Division Ann Arbor, MI 48104 734-994-2021 Introduction Field Day Prom '99 "5 Individual Pictures 4,5 6, 7 7, 8 12 - 31 32 All School Picture 32b, 32c Halloween 32d, 33 Multi-Cultural Feast 34, 35 Opening Day Staff Seniors The Line Millennium Food Sports Collage Theater, Arts Music II -45 46-51 52-72 72,37 74,75 76, 77 78,79 80,81 82,83 84,85 86,87 88-93 Cars Special Groups Winter Ads 94 -101 Index 102, 103 T urn the Page" is a theme which der our school. Be it the change of the millennia, year Turn the page means to move onto the next stage ;e that life brings ;:the change of :hat when we turn the page back, it will remind us of wl ago. The ideas of acceptance, independence, and. caring a intact. We hope that the students who come after us will reason our school is so special. As we move onto the ne>. able to turn back to these pages as reminders of time spent and our impressions left. m*: it may be. It als school started twenty s everyone in our community ar he page back and Hit forget the ter of our lives we will always be Dean '•Midnight Sun Yearbook began Newspaper called "Tuesdays • First PTSO founded. •School Newspaper be Communicator" ,, •Cafeteria leaves CHS •Graduation at Si, Andrews [•First Commstdck Concert •Liz Grayibtfcoiifcs Dean- •Waiting List bfgins at • Maggie Jewett become Maggie Jewett 0^1staff her,name was Peg| ^Graduation, •School News*pi •Underground entitled "Synthesi 1974 •School Nursery for teen ....... •First Multi-ethnic Feast 1975 •Walls repainted*- Early murals are slaved •Elmo MoralrfbMiiis-phvs ed at CHS as *^l •Gena Fine become "Corridor Mama" a volunteerater •Bart Polot volunteered h jazz band, '988 1990 19,91 s1394 1995 •Annual Community Peace March •Bob Galardi becomes Dean •Graduation at Lydia Mendelssohn Theater • Begin Planning for Renovation of Building • Some Murals Saved, some lost •Year of the Renovation of CHS •CHS Moves to Stone School •First Graduation from the Michigan Theater •Spring Summer 20th Anniversary Events, First Class Reunion •Return To Community from Stone School •Smoking banned on school property by law •Judy Hamilton hired as Interim Dean •Judy Hamilton (Conger) becomes Dean •Students line up on front lawn in snow to Az Gray Actiifc •The program •Newspaper •Graclual| '""*S»iQking Dodd is joined with CHS er as components, i.e. rthworks Know" is cky Henry at Bethlehem Church ^classrooms at.MetKo3raWC!hurch on State hregister at CHS •First Community High Prom 1996' •Two week long line to enter CHS. 1997 • 100% lottery for registration begins •Block scheduling begins •Seventeen magazine comes to CHS 1998! •Time Capsule dug up » •CHS fflerary magazine, Free Verse: A ced< r In::: :llBBM^|s born started by Vicky •i ing teacher J: 7:1UendelssohnTheater: hallways at CHS s.z Gray D^&i^HBprirn Dean, Larry i ASSistant Dean gjajblished ^t • '• • ^______ "CHSManifestf" Craft returhs^P Dean, Larry tSWart becomes Counselor Ann Arbor Mayor, Leslie Morris, makes a ation celebrating CHS's Ten ng ceremony. CHS High Theme re Making a Choice" (sung with appropriate clapping) CHS establishes first chapter of National Honor Society in an Ann Arbor school. 1999*2000 A New Millenium Class of 2000 born •Al Gallup becomes Interi M 'can Dean_ SpringFieldDay May, 1999 CHS students piled into school busses and drove to Delhi park. The day turned out to be a scorcher, as forums and individuals competed in a series of events which included forum tug of war, a relay race, egg toss, watermelon and banana eating contests, and arm wrestling. Bottom: Due to budget cuts, CHS couldn't afford water balloons, and was forced to use eggs instead. Look out! Left: Brandon Mitchell and Jurell Summerville arm wrestle as Brandon Cave looks on. Below: Mike Nadolski takes off with feet flying, but Kristin Kelley is stiff competition. Right: Students enjoy good food and socializing in the shade. Below: Cat Johnson and her forum engaged in a tug-o-war struggle. Below: Schaffer Forum poses proudly, enjoying their glory. ^/astin^o/instonesmilesforf/iecamera. (couplesdancetoromanticmelodies. ''Dustinvteicnman,JlJamtjleef,jlii^eU^aoine^^Amu -Allison JcICelnic£reueling in l£ejoy o/p &Iijan /Danteen sports a Zoo/ u££>fesfeff from tne ceiling: tne ~D£r / ./' spun t£e fatest tunes allnignt wnile students danced, so­ cialized,andenjoyedfood anddrink. (QJnileitwas cliffy outside, tneparty was really neating tnings up. Intn Africa,Europe,NewYork,California,Alaska,Hawaii—duringthesummer,CHSstudentstraveled • tofar away places in search offun and adventure. * Clockwise: (1) Carly and Jessie Wallace enjoy a boat ride to Liberty Island, in New York. (2) Andrea Farhat and friend Stephanie hang out at Camp Algonquin. (3) Tyson Cook and Jason Wiseley stop for a ; break on their long biking trip. (4) Kiran Rouzie works hard editing her movie entitled "Teenage Grief and Loss: The Experts Help the Helpers." Above: Ingrid Racine endures the pain of body art. Above right: Todd Alperovitz bungee jumps in New Zealand. Right: Aliza Morell catches her breath for a moment on the Chilkoot Trail in Alaska. 11 14 Adamson, Ariel Adler, Jennie Ahlbrandt-Rains, Teo Ahronheim, Benjamin Alberda, Ananda Alien, Linden Allison, Donald Alperovitz, Todd Alvarez, Diana Alvarez, Julia Ametrano, Rebecca Amin, Adam Anderson, Erin Anderson, Gabriel Anderson, Karen Andes, Brennan Angell, David Antonow, Cheri Auden-Stevens, Verity Ayala, Romeo Ayer, Benjamin Ayer, Elizabeth Bacci, Mariel Bancel, Elliot Barkan, Jonathan Basham, Jeffrey Baskett-Pee, Jordan Bastianelli, Elin Becker, Natalie Behr, Genna Berla, Alexei Bernard, Lewis Betzold, Patrick Bingham, Kelly Bingham, Kristina Biron, Odin Blackburn, Anna Blumenstein, Nathan Blumson, Michael Bontemps, Jeremy Borders, Julia Borenstein, Rachel Bott, Jessica Bowker, Elizabeth Bradley, Alexandra Brainerd, Benjamin Garland, Ciara* Brickman, Ivan 15 16 Brickman, Sara Bright, Michael Brooks, Ezra Brown, Karl Brown, Marquita Bruemmer, Erin Buffman, Haley Bugan, Catalin Burge, Bethany Burling, James Burnstein, Eric Bush, Jabari Cainghug, Jillian Calhoun, Benjamin Calhoun, Ruthie Canary-King, lan Carson, Margaret Carter, Ashley Case, Erin Cave, Brandon Choi, Rebecca Chung, Mungyu Clark, Zoe Clarke, Krista Clarke, William Comstock, Heather Cook, Jacqueline Cook, Jeremy Cook, Tyson Cooper-Daub, William Cooperwasser, David Coronado-Garcia, Lander Coronil, Andrea Couch, Kerry Courtois, Elizabeth Creekmore, Peter Crockett, Andrew Cunningham, Marion Dafa, Jalle Daligga, Elizabeth Danziger, Anna Darnton, Meredith Davis, Clea Dawson, Spencer Dayringer, Evan Deas, Josef Denham, Christian Desmarais, Celia r 17 18 Dettmer, Kelly Dickerson, Joselyn Dishman, Benjamin Dixon, Courtney Dobson, Jackie Donnellan, Caitlin Downey, Margaret Drenkow, Matthew Dwyer, Kevin Dye, Ariana Eadie, James Eley, Anna Epstein, Jordan Estenson, Samuel Evans, Benjamin Fahey, Kevin Fardig, Amy Farhat, Andrea Farrell, Lindsay Fauman, Naomi Ferguson, Michael Fettman, Arielle Fitins, Justin Fleming, Prescillia Fox, Peter Freedman, James Freeland, James Frey, Rachel Frick, Coleman Frick, Nathan Fries, Lorin Funkhouser, David Gallagher, Shannon Cell, Katharine Gibney, Melissa Gilmartin, Matthew Gittlen, Ariela Glass, Ben Glorie, Simone Goings, Dylan Goldbaum, Andrew Goldberg, Amiel Goldman, Benjamin 19 20 Goldszer, liana Gotlib, Dorothy Gotlib, Jocelyn Gotlib, Risa Granger, Julia Greely, Ryan Green, Jordan Greenough, Kaitlyn Gregory, Owen Grenham, Nicholas Grimm, Karen Gunnis, William Hadler, Carrie Hall, Nathan Hamilton, Heather Hanke-Hills, Benjamin Harmon, Nicole Hatto, Michelle Haynes, Cassie Helman, Sara Henderson-Kelsa, Asha Hennessey, Sean r V, Russ Tessier. Dave Vrooman, Brenda&Stern-Hoean??f" • «»8kV-•JjaaSfT-sW's-iin^S I.,J* I Huang, A Hubbell, Jessica Hunsche, Kathryn Hurwitz, Judith Ifill, Adam Hennessey, Thomas Hero, Claire Hibbard, Schuyler Hillard, Lara Hodesh, Jeanne Hoffman, Catherine Holden, Anastacia Holden, Jeremiah Hollander, Jessica Horrocks, Mary Igrisan, Thomas Jackson, Mark Jacobson, Kimberly Jenkins, Jeffrey, II Jewell, Joshua Jewett, Ethan Johnson, Fenella 21 22 Johnson, Perryn Johnson, Ross Jones, Travis Joseph, Daniel Kangas, Adam Karjala, Eric Kauffman, Matthew Keomany, Oudone Kielb, Alexis Klausner, Kent Klein, Daniel Klubeck, David Kolling, Josef Kotzian, Rachel Kramer, Alexander Lahaie, Andrew Lardas, Catherine Lau, James Lawrence, Mark Lawrence-Lupton, David Leavitt, Matthew Lee, Changsu Lee, Paige Leonard, Laura Levin-Koopman, Alex Levin-Koopman, Jason Lewis, Seth Lieberman, Jonathan Lincoln, Lauren Lindemann, Marc Lindemann, Matthias Lindner, Beile Linkner, Adam Lloyd, Rebecca Looker, Anna Lundquist, Komani Lux-Wells, Laura Madigan, Jaime Magner, Michael Maher, Sophia Mahoney, Michael Malinoff, Aaron 23 24 Malofy, Isak Mankoff, Benjamin Mannle, Claire Marion, Mavourneen Markovitz, Lara Marlotte, Lauren Marroquin, David Martin, Scott Martin-Buck, Frank Marton, Joshua Martz, Miriam Massad, Alexandra Mayo-Singleton, Nancy Mclntire, Ashley McKee, Jessica McNally, Christopher Mead, Dorothea Meddaugh, Jason Medina, Ellen Meier, Andrea Merion, Alison Mervak, Benjamin l\ s 3 1621 00894 7216 Meszaros, John Meves, Scott Meyer, Jared Micoff, Callista Miller, Cody Miller, Jessica Miller-Batteau, Adam Mills, Lauren Moler, Anne Moore, Anna Morell, Aliza Morrison, Sarah Mortensen, Ryan Moustakas, Misha Munson, Tiffany Murphy, Maurella Myers, Joshua Nadolski, Michael Nathan, Beatrice Neaton, Kevin 26 Neering, Tamara Nestor, David "Johnson, Catriona Noellert, Chadwick Otto, Michelle Pangborn, Michael Parker, Kristen Pasola, William Patrick, Heather Pavlicek, Ariel Peabody, Maureen Pennisi, Casey Pesko, Kendra Pierson, Adam Pierson, William Pike, Andrew Pittman, Jonathan Platt, Owen Pound, Samantha Price, Rhiannon J* -c Pureifory, Danielle Putman, David Racine, Ingrid Ramzan, Narie Raymond, Joshua Refalosells, Halley Reichman, Janelle Reisdorph, Adam Richards, Jesa, Rae Robakiewicz, Agnieszka Rollins, Joseph Root, Chloe Rosaen, Sarah Rouzie, Kiran Rowry, Joshua Rubinstein, Tara Rush, Peter Rusling, Jonah Ryder, Kimberly Ryen, Maria 27 28 Saam, Derek Saam, Philip Saginaw, Zachary Samford, Susanna Sampier, Christine Sanders, Kimberly Sankar-Bergmann, Ariel Schippani, Pier Schoenberger, Travis Shabazz, Miriam Shaw, Michael Shifrin, Rachael Siebers, Claire Silbereis, Christian Sloan, Anthony Smillie, John Smith, Eric Smith, Jasmine Solomon, Michael Soloway, Daniel Spencer, Christina Spencer, Mahlech Sperlich, Cade Sperlich, Lyssa Starbuck, Richmond Steel, Adam Steichmann, Dustin Stephens, Ciji Stern-Hogan, Brendan Stoffregen, Elizabeth Stone, Adrienne Stuenkel, Jessica Stuff, Caitlin Suganuma, Aaron Summers, Lelia Summerville, Jurrell Taam, Alexander Tamulevich, Molly Taylor, Cathryn Thomas, Ezarilah Thomas, Ryan Thoresen, Justin 29 30 Tomovic, Senja Troy, Kenneth Tucker, Colin Turner, Marian Tuttle, Mark Uhler, Alan VanDerPloeg, Anne Visintainer, Catherine Voorhees, Carla Vrooman, David Wachsberger, David Wagner, Heather Wagner, Jordan Wallace, Carly Wallace, Clint Wallace, Jean Wallace, Jessica Walter, Jeremy Walton, Eric Wantuck, Kathryn Warner, Keaton Warner, Koti Weaverdyck, Anna Weeks, Aurora Wells, Toni Werner, Mara Weymouth, Edward Whitney, Emma Wienckowski-Fei, Dylan Wiener, Nell Wilbur, Gregory Wilburn, Ashley Wilhelm, Maisie Wilson, Jessica Winder, Kevin Winter, Benjamin Wiseley, Jason Wiseman, Melissa Wiseman, Ryanne Witherspoon, Cory Wojahn, Rachel Wood, Rachel Wright, John Yonovitz, Michael York, Cedric Young, Robert Yribar, Nicholas Zaher, Nicholas Zawodni, Shawn Zuppke, Rachael 31 32 |-phe sanctuary of St. Andrew's J_Church was ringing with the sounds of Community High School students reuniting after a long he mood was merry, as a stamped Tof people trooped back aero the street after the ceremony fo some forum fun and bonding. The ho dog grills were fired up as eve one milled around and chatted After everyone had their fill o food, the games began. The bac field was filled with people ra ing around trying to tag eac other, running relays with spoons and just having fun. summer vacation. There was a gen- eral feeling of excitement, ner- vousness, and anticipation as the jazz band's opening notes floated through the air. This year the theme was "My Community" , in place of last years catch phrase "Our Community". School'sOpen... Richard and Sarah check out Opening Day action, while Marion Evashevski concentrates on her orange. Since you are (or were) a student here you already know what went down this fall, but maybe it's been] while so we'll remind you: Crowded hallways and parking lots, cra/y weather,; and all the homework you forgot about when you wanted to come back to school Disfunctional heating and cooling despite (and because of) the new boiler, it was never the right temperature in the class­ rooms. The revival of hacky-sack and football and the return of the ever-prescr ultimate frisbee games on the back lot. VVi returned to the daily life of school Jindinj that there were some new faces amoung staff and students, as well as some that were missing. This was our school, turn the page to see yourself. •f, ~If VfV r't Above: David Angel and Kent Klausner are twins. Above: Priscilla Fleming seems excited about winning the award for "Most Original Costume". Above: Contenders await the final decision in the costume contest, which was held in the Craft Theater during lunch time. Left: Judith DeWoskin represents CHS style. Who could this be? He's pretty scary! Jr Above: (Left to right) Sean, Bill, John and Tony arrive at the party. Above: Rachel Fry and Tom Hennessey pose for the camera. 33 Top Left: The Gipson Forum serves up some tasty Soul Food to hungry visitors. Top Right: The DeWoskin Forum participates in an exciting SEED activity. Lower Left: The Dodd forum slaves away preparing food for the feast. Lower Right: Parryn Johnson and Naomi Fauman of the Helber forum get warm by the fire. 34 The 1999Multi-CulturalFeastbegansomenewtradi­ tions brought on by faculty unrest. Instead of half the school crammed into the Craft Theater for a performance by a hired guest, forums decided how they would like to celebrate diversity before the 11:00 feast. SEED representatives were made available and were chosen by most forums to lead a story and discussion related to poverty and hunger around the world. Then the feast began, with over 20 different countries and cultures represented. After cleaning up [most of] the mess, students, staff and some alumni gathered and posed for an all school picture (at right) as Mike Mouradian leaned out of a 2nd floor window above the crowd. The school donated goods such as canned food, socks, and coats to the Salvation Army. I Many countries and cultures were represented by our forums this year: DeWoskin - Venezuela Dodd - Japanese Eisenberg - Beginnings & Ends Evashevski - Carribean Gipson - Soul Food Grace - Greece Headly - Ireland Helber - 1st Thanksgiving Henry - Turkey Hermanson --Dia de los Muertos Hetter --South Pacific Huebel-Drake --Desserts Keen /Haidu --Brazil Kulka •-Greece McGraw •-Mexico Miller •-India Mosher •-China Scott •-Tea Party Sipos-Roe -Germany Tuzinsky •-Ethiopia Wooley -Jazz Club 35 Haidu-Banks/Keen Forum 38 Headly Fourm Miller Forum Kulka Forum McGraw Forum Van Black Forum 39 40 Gipson Forum Eisenberg Forum DeWoskin Forum Mosher Forum Huebel-Drake Forum Schaffer Forum 42 Hetter Forum %V' «* . / ,«•VX \i Henry Forum ' Sipos-Roe Forum Helber Forum Scott Forum 43 44 Wooley Forum Grace Forum Hermanson Forum Tuzinsky Forum Dodd Forum 45 48 Liz Stern: Science : Tutor Craig Levin: Math n: Counselor e: CR Secretary Scott: English; Latin : Performing Arts Judy Conger: Dean Amy Helber: CR Monitor Brian Miller: English Karen Schleh: Attendance Clerk Ruth Danielson: Secretary to Dean Marion Evashevski: Social Studies Kris Hermanson: Art Tom Dodd: English, Art Kathe Hetter: Science Cathy Bolton: Teacher Consultant Vicky Henry: CR Monitor Katie Francis: Spanish Elaine Headly: Art Malcom Tulip: Drama 49 50 Cindy Haidu: Social Studies Danelle & Ella Mosher: French Madeline Hubel-Drake: Science Eric Britner: Phys Ed Ed Kulka: Math Mike Grace: Jazz Mike Mouradian: Counselor Ami Parikh: Student Teacher Marci Tuzinsky: Math Judith Dewoskin: English Ken McGraw: English Rachel Kopka: Library Staff Chris Crockett: Librarian John VanBlack: CR Monitor, Rocky Gonet: Social Worker, George Gipson: CR Monitor Steve Eisenberg: Math & Physics Tony Reffells: Psychologist Vincent York: Music Sue Symington: Health/DriverEd Jim Leach: Computer Tech. 51 f ^j^^B^"-^ id, '"tit- CQ i 115 -it Adam Linkner i |JBPW/" MM Casey Pennisi Alicia Antonow Chris McNally Lara Hillard Kim Jacobson IFH 9^N :J*-V1 V ^^a .-"• _ w Ed Weymouth If' Ryan Greely Erin Bruemmer -*- Li) A¥lexis Kielb M l» I* ,3*- v oo SUIDFflpu I The Last CHS line... The First Class of the Millenium overtheline: "IT'S The 8th ghider Ic'new'efllffy^Wher'Mend'-w-as talking about h The ie High line was starting! She ran do\ ',• reliti^.- They jumped urj9,put on some ci ,^'jiv':."^^fie.ntheyarr|v//,/ CHS Players go to "The Birds" Aristophanes as told by Malcolm Tulip Wacky costumes, cross-dressers, bad puns, and hilarious slapstick routines were all part of the comedy of Aristophanes, which was brought to new life in an over-the top production by the CHS Players directed by Malcolm Tulip. The underlying seri­ ous message of a search for Utopian society was happily coated by the antics of the inhabitants of CloudCuckooLand 4. Elizabeth Williams caught in the act. Fine Arts 5. Kim Ryder takes a break from her activities to pose for the camera. 1. At the Fine Arts Fair of spring 1999, parents view the products of their children's artisic talents. 2. The Community students' collage of art covers the first floor wall, just as the junk covers the ledge below. 3. Community's brush supply, washed and drying. 83 Carl Brown, Zach Saginaw, and Brennan Andes provide the music for Mr. Woolly's nightclub during the Multi-Cultural feast. Brennan Andes performs a solo graced by the presence of alur lan Wolf on a return visit from New York City. Eitan Sussman VO_ Above: James Eadie, Russ Tessier, and Zach Saginaw provide backup as the saintly Alexei Berla takes a solo. Ingrid Racine takes a rest. JiUneJisjen for their turn. :, .,»=,, t!i Above: Zach Saginaw collects himself -:Selow: Awww... a shot of Russ Tessier, Dan Kline, Zach Saginaw, and Dave Maroquin back in the day. : !r. Wooley proves he can groove as he scats curing the Multi-Cultural feast. Russ Tessier and James Eadie jamming outdoors. Eitan Sussman and Brennan join in an intense drum circle. 85 No matter how many times you walk the beaten diagonal path in Community's parking lot, it's always a different experience. The scene in the parking lot is constantly changing, with kids listen­ ing to music, playing sports, eating lunch, and basi­ cally just chilling. With all of these activites, walking from one end of the parking lot to the other can be quite an interesting experience. There's the usual hack circle, too absorbed in their game to notice your passing. But more important is the impending inches away from your head. With a quick glance to your right you might witness a near disastrous accident as an over confident student tries to be slick and squeeze their car into that too tight space. Mu­ sic is often in the air , whether its hip-hop beats flowing from cars or rhythms coming from a small impromptu drum circle. The Jetta, the Neon, the Pick-Up and the Van all bump beats as unique as the kids that drive them. Whatever you drive, having a car puts you on the road to certain adventure and whatever else lies ahead. danger of being hit by the frisbees whizzing just 86 the Lot 87 SpecialGroups National Honors Society Mock Trial Team Mock Trial - Competitive Team Ammesty International Rear: Lizzie Ayer, Amy Helber, John Meszaros, From left to right: Jean Wallace, Erin Anderson, Rachael Shifrin, Tom Hennessey. Front: Ezra Brooks, Mary Horrocks, Tara Rubinstein, Jesa Rae Richards, Lara Markovitz, Ariela Gittlen. Rachael Shifrin, Jesa Rae Richards. Anna Weaverdyck, Beile Lindner, Jean Wallace. National Honor Society participated in many V activities this school year. These included t folding tags for the Galens Tag days, ringing bells for the Salvation Army, fundraising fo:•• the Dominos Festival of Lights, and the March of Dimes Walk America. They also visited Ann Arbor middle schools to recruit for CHS. Back: Misha Moustakas, Robbie Young, Tom Hennessey, Adam Kangas, Dory Mead, Ed Waymouth, Janelle Reichman. Middle: Mara Neering, Lindsay Farrell, Lauren Marlotte, Andrea Coronil, Rachel Schifrin, Marion Cunningham, Erin Bruemmer, Erin SI Case, Lara Markovitz. Front:"Ben Teller-Goldman, /Si-- John Lieberman, Ingrid Racine, Scott Meves, Clint St Wallace. Many members not pictured. Far Left, Rear: Patrick Betzold, Mike Bright, David Lawrence-Lupton, Rachel Kotzian, Mark Tuttle, Ben Glass, Jennie Adler. Middle: Mara Neering, Arii- la Gittlen, Julia Alvare: Dorothy Gotlib, Jocelyn Gotlib, Clea Davis, Adam Linkne Front: Sara Brickman, Alan Uhler, Clint Wallace Gay Straight Alliance National Merit Semi-Finalists Congratulations to our five National Merit Semi-Finalists! From Left to Right: Eric Walton, Ben Goldman, Rachel Frey, and Matt Leavitt Not Pictured- Nate Hall Anime Club The Gay Straight Alliance meets at lunch in the ILC room the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. The group talks about how to promote awareness and acceptence of homosexuality through group discussions, books, movies, field trips and other social events. The Anime Club is devoted to bringing the best and least seen anime to the public eye. It meets at lunch in room 307. Anime, short for Japanese animation, is considered by the Anime Club as something deeper than cartoons. "The themes are usually more serious, and there are shows for anyone and everyone!" Back row: Gabe Anderson, Rhiannon Price. Front: Amiel Goldberg, Mellissa Gibney, Nari Ramzan. Not shown: John Mezaros, Karen Grimm. 89 Special Groups Model U.N., a popular Community High group led by Marion Evashevski in which students are assigned a country and issue to debate in competitions against other schools. Pictured from left to right, Ezar Thomas, Alex Meza, Marion Eveshevski, Rachel Frey, Alexi Berla, Aaron Malinoff, Tom Hennessey, Gabe Anderson. 90 Becky Lloyd, Leah, Jasmine Smith, Christine Sampier, and Lisa in Dance Body. SEED, Students Educating Each other about Discrimination meets at community twice a week to play games and discuss discrimination. The group is made up of people from all three high schools. SEED was founded by Commu­ nity students in 1988. SEED members travel to sixth grade class rooms up to eight times through-out the year. They teach the sixth graders the importance of equality and encour­ age them to keep an open mind. an c The Dance classes, supervised by instructor Deborah Sipos-Roe have been putting on many successful perfomances at Community. Deborah's classes have been particularly popular this year. Students find them to be a good form of aerobic excercise, and it gives them a chance to hone their dance skills. Students learn a variety of styles of dance, ranging from Modern to Ballet to Jazz. Deborah teaches two classes of dance, Dance Body and Beginning Dance. Dance class comes highly recommended by students. 91 Tom Dodd Twenty three years ago a small school called Earthworks merged with Community. The school was one-year older then Community and two of the teachers were integrated into the staff of the then six year old high school. One of those teachers was Tom Dodd. Special­ izing in Art and Political Science, Tom entered our school and began a career famous on the lips of every student who as ever crossed the path of one of his classes. He has taught Newspaper, Creative Problem Solving, 19th Century Architecture, and many other art classes. With an informal teaching style, he relates to students in a personal way not duplicated by any other teacher. The fact is Tom Dodd has taught a great variety of classes, and has done so without being intimidating. Instead he has made students feel that they were being enter­ tained by his animated lectures or his great heart- to-hearts after class. He is what makes us different from the larger homogeneous high schools where such a teaching style would be misunderstood. During one after- class conversation with Tom, he was asked if his career at Community had been worth his time. He replied, "it has been very rewarding." Communicator The Communicator, our school newspaper, led by Tom Dodd, is published weekly on an annual basis ever since it's first edition. The class is a loosely structured system where students govern themselves to create the unique style that has come to personify the Communicator. This is a popular class because of its easy going classroom environment and the increased respon­ sibility of meeting personal deadlines and keep­ ing track of individual porfolios. When asked to describe his experience working on The Commu­ nicator, a student commented, "while it was not an extremely difficult class, I found myself putting a great deal of effort into it. I was very satisfied with the results." Community's favorite newspaper differs in many ways from other schools in the style and subject matter that is covered. Inside the Communicator on any given day you could find stories involving anything from national current events to an editorial about Junior parking issues. The students are rarely censored in their opinions and are made to take full responsibility for anything they publish. The Communicator will be undergoing many changes, now that the original advisor Tom Dodd will be retiring. Tom Dodd presides over his last group of Communicator staff 92 Y E A R B From back: Andrea Coronil, Anna Looker, Rachel Kotzian, Julia Alvarez, Scott Meves, Justin Fitins, Ross Johnson, Dustin Steichmann, Jaime Madigan, Rachel Frey, Katy Hunsche, Carly Wallace, Koti Warner, Rhiannon Price, Karen Grimm, Elaine Headly. Not pictured: Sarah Morrison Peter Fox, Aaron Malinoff. O Cover Photo: Dustin Steichmann Editors: Katy Hunsche, Scott Meves Business: Rachel Kotzian, Karin Grimm Photographers: Rachel Frey, Ross Johnson, Justin Fitins, Karen Grimm, Dustin Steichman Computer Tech: Scott Meves Copy and Layout: Julia Alvarez, Andrea Coronil, Justin Fitins, Rachel Frey, Karen Grimm, O Katy Hunsche, Ross Johnson, Rachel Kotzian,Anna Looker, Jamie Madigan, Aaron Malinoff, Scott Meves, Sarah Morrison, Rhiannon Price, Dustin Steichman, Carly Wallace, Koti Warner. 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Clinthorne, D.D.S., M.S. H. Ludia Kirn, D.M.D., M.S. Specialists in Orthodontics 1303 Packard Ann Arbor, Ml 48104 [Kiation of (734)761-3116 1do not know which to prefer. The beauty of inflections Or the beauty of innuendoes. The blackbird whistling Or just alter. Wallace Stevcns ••.^ifijpaiffi CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2000 If we've done right by you, as parents and teachers, we have created a space in, which ________you can discover vourselt._______ DeLong's Bar-B-Q Pit 314 Detroit Street, Ann Arbor, Ml 48104 (734) 665-2266 Across from the Farmers Market Sun 12noon-10pm, Mon , Wed Thurs 11am-10pm Fn&Sat 11am-12am Closed Tuesday Comstock &Teen Supporter, Congratulates Graduating Seniors! Also, congratulations to all of you moving on to the next grade. We wish you all the best- the N.Z. staff & teens 97 98 Rob Sparling is the kind of son that is loved by his family for his accomplishments in and out of school, for his tenacity in overcoming personal setbacks in the last few years but most of all for his caring, devotional spirit that directs his plans, words, music and actions. Good luck and God bless, Rob, as you flow to a bright future. We love you, Family. Congratulations Josh We love you Mom, Grandma, Aunt Maryanne and Uncle John ANNARBORNEWS End of the line at Community High Two week campouf finally over at alternative school ( omrnunih Mi>;ri S«hool'» nrwfM Oudrnt, MaUto Wilheim, is wctcamc-d by the school'* dean. Judy Confer, right, after registration for lf«* 50 Av ipolsbpganshortlybrforrfta.m.thismorning.VVilhrlmandmrniWrtofherfamily*wt?thefirttinlint-aftersfwndinntw*»»«ek»tampingoutatthe B.ila» AifmintilMtion Building In R.iin admitUme t« Ann Arbor's allernaMvr hijjh . Congrats! Great Job! Kudos! KID, YOU'LL MOVE MOUNTAINS'" With Love and Pnde, Mom, Dad, Jon, Danny, Max, Rob Sparling, Senior Rob Sparling, Senior99 too Oar Seautifui irCirani~moose ($)e'resoprouo oryou andwe foueyou moreman wecan eoersa J(IComana Dad Congratulations Evan! Always follow your dream. Love, Mom Lauren Lincoln Class of '00 Yeah Baby! Love Mom and G Watching you grow has been the joy of our lives. We love you so much. Congratulations! Mom, Dad, Camera n & Alysson 101 Adamson, Ariel .................................. 14 Adler, Jennie ................................ 14, 88 Ahlbrandt-Rains, Tec ........................ 14 Ahronheim, Benjamin........................ 14 Alherda, Ananda ................................ 14 Alien, Linden ............................... 14, 62 Allison, Donald ............................ 14, 64 Alperovitz, Todd.................... 11,14, 68 Alvare/., Diana ................................... 14 Alvare/,, Julia .................. 14, 58, 88, 93 Ametrano, Rebecca............................ 14 Amin, Adam....................................... 14 Anderson, Erin ............................. 14, 88 Anderson, Karen ................................ 14 Anderson, Gabe...................... 14, 89, 90 Andes, Brennan ......... 14, 30, 79, 84, 85 Angell, David..................................... 14 Antonow, Alicia................................. 60 Antonow, Cheri.................................. 14 Auden-Stevens, Verity....................... 14 Ayala, Romeo .................................... 14 Ayer, Benjamin .................................. 14 Ayer, Lizzie..................... 14, 66, 72, 88 B Bacci, Mariel...................................... 14 Bancel, Elliot ..................................... 14 Barkan, Jonathan ................................ 15 Barkan, Ruth ...................................... 69 Basham, JelT................................. 15, 82 Baskett-Pee, Jordan............................ 15 Bastianclli, Elin............................ 15,69 Becker, Natalie................................... 15 Behr, Genna ....................................... 15 Berla, Alexei ............. 15, 67, 84, 87, 90 Bernard, Lewis ................................... 15 Bet/.old, Patrick............................ 15, 88 Bigham, Kristina................................ 79 Bingham, Kelly .................................. 15 Bingham, Kristina ........................ 15, 57 Biron, Odin......................................... 15 Blackburn, Anna .................... 15, 76, 82 Blumenstein, Nathan.......................... 15 Blumson, Michael .............................. 15 Bolton. Cathy ..................................... 49 Bontcmps, Jeremy.............................. 15 Borders, Julia ..................................... 15 Borenstein, Rachel ............................. 15 Boshoven, John .................................. 48 Bott, Jessica........................................ 15 Bowker. Elizabeth.............................. 15 Bradley. Alex ............................... 15, 54 Brainerd, Benjamin ...................... 15, 70 Brickman, Ivan ............................. 15, 79 Brickman. Sara............................. 16, 88 Bright, Mike................................. 16, 88 Britner, Eric........................................ 50 Brooks, Ezra................................. 16,88 Brown, Karl.................................. 16, 84 Brown, Marquita................................ 16 Bruemmer, Erin...................... 16, 63, 88 BufTman, Haley ............................ 16, 62 Bugan, Catalin ................................... 16 Burge, Bethany .................................. 16 Burling, James ................................... 16 Burnstein, Eric ................................... 16 Bush, Jabari.................................. 16, 18 Cainghug, Jillian .......................... 16, 79 Calhoun, Benjamin ............................ 16 Calhoun. Ruthie ................................. 16 Canary-King. lan ............................... 16 Carson, Margaret ............................... 16 Carter. Ashley .................................... 16 Case. Erin............................... 17,32, 88 Cattell. Brent ...................................... 78 Cave. Brandon... ............................. 6. 17 Choi, Rebecca .................................... 17 102 Chung, Mun ................................. 16, 17 Clark, Zoe........................................... 17 Clarke, Krista ..................................... 17 Clarke, William.................................. 17 Comstock, Heather ............................ 17 Conger, Judy ...................................... 49 Cook, Jackie................................. 17,82 Cook, Jeremy ..................................... 17 Cook, Tyson ................................. 10, 17 Cooper-Daub, William ...................... 17 Cooperwasser, David......................... 17 Coronado-Garcia, Lander...................... ................................... 17,27,70, 84,87 Coronil, Andrea .............. 17, 57, 88, 93 Couch, Kerry ...................................... 17 Courtois, Elizabeth ............................ 17 Creekmore, Peter ............................... 17 Crockett, Andrew............................... 17 Crockett, Chris ................................... 51 Cunningham, Marion ................... 17, 88 D Data, Jalle........................................... 17 Daligga, Elizabeth.............................. 17 Danielson, Ruth ................................. 49 Danziger, Anna .................................. 17 Darnton, Meredith.............................. 17 Davis.Clea................................... 17,88 Dawson, Spencer ............................... 17 Dayringer, Evan ........................... 17, 69 Deas, Josef ......................................... 17 Denham, Christian ....................... 17, 54 Desmarais, Celia .......................... 17, 66 Dettmer, Kelly.................................... 18 Dewoskin, Judith ............................... 50 Dickerson, Joselyn............................. 18 Dishman, Benjamin ........................... 18 Dixon, Courtney.......... ....................... 18 Dobson, Jackie ................................... 18 Dodd, Tom ................................... 49, 92 Donnellan, Caitlin.............................. 18 Douglass, Susie .................................. 35 Downey, Margaret ............................. 18 Drenkow, Matthew ............................ 18 Dwyer, Kevin ............................... 18, 65 Dye, Ariana ........................................ 18 Eadie, James........ 18, 62,73, 79, 84, 85 Eisenberg, Steve................................. 51 Eley, Anna.......................................... 18 Epstein, Jordan ............................. 18, 79 Erwin, Judi ......................................... 48 Estenson, Samuel............................... 18 Evans, Benjamin ................................ 18 Evashevski, Marion ............... 32, 49, 90 Fahey, Kevin ...................................... 18 Fardig, Amy ....................................... 18 Farhat, Andrea.............................. 10, 18 Farrell, Lindsay ...................... 18, 24, 88 Fauman, Naomi............................ 18, 34 Ferguson, Dana .................................. 66 Ferguson, Michael ............................. 18 Fettman, Arielle ........................... 19, 67 Fine, Gena .......................................... 48 Fitins, Justin ........................... 19, 71, 93 Fleming, Prescillia ............................. 19 Fox, Peter ..................................... 19, 71 Francis, Katie ..................................... 49 Freedman, James .......................... 19, 65 Freeland, James.................................. 19 Frey, Rachel ........ 15, 19. 57, 89, 90, 93 Frick, Coleman................................... 19 Frick, Nathan...................................... 19 Fries, Lorin............................. 19, 71, 82 Fry, Rachel ......................................... 33 Funkhouser, David............................. 19 G Gallagher, Shannon............................ 19 Garcia-Brown, Layla ......................... 87 Garland, Ciara.................................... 15 Gell, Katie .................................... 19, 54 Gibney, Melissa ........................... 19, 89 Gilmartin, Matt ...................... 19, 26, 30 Gipson, George .................................. 51 Gittlen, Ariela ........................ 19, 32, 88 Gittlen , Ariela ................................. 88 Glass, Ben .............................. 19, 78, 88 Glorie, Simone ................................... 19 Goings, Dylan .............................. 19, 78 Goldbaum, Andrew............................ 19 Goldberg, Amiel .......................... 19, 89 Goldman, Ben .............................. 61, 89 Goldman, Benjamin ........................... 19 Goldszer, liana ................................... 20 Gonet, Rocky ..................................... 51 Gotlib, Dorothy ...................... 20, 59, 88 Gotlib, Jocelyn ............................. 20, 88 Gotlib, Risa ........................................ 20 Grace, Cheryl ..................................... 48 Grace, Mike........................................ 50 Granger, Julia..................................... 20 Greely, Ryan ................................ 20, 63 Green, Jordan ..................................... 20 Greenough, Kaitlyn............................ 20 Gregory, Owen................................... 20 Grenham, Nicholas ............................ 20 Grimm, Karen ........................ 20, 89, 93 Gunnis, Billy ................................ 20, 78 H Hadler, Carrie..................................... 20 Haidu, Cindy ...................................... 50 Hall, Nate ...............................61,78, 89 Hall, Nathan ....................................... 20 Hamilton, Heather.............................. 20 Hanke-Hills, Benjamin ...................... 20 Harmon, Nicole.................................. 20 Hatto, Michelle .................................. 20 Haynes, Cassie ............................. 20, 82 Headly, Elaine .............................. 49, 93 Helber, Amy ................................. 49, 88 Helberg, Stephanie............................. 87 Helman, Sara...................................... 20 Henderson-Kelsa, Asha ..................... 20 Hennessey, Sean ................................ 20 Hennessey, Thomas ........................... 21 Hennessey, Tom ........................... 33, 88 Hennessy, Sean .................................. 33 Henry, Vicky ...................................... 49 Hermanson, Kris ................................ 49 Hero, Claire........................................ 21 Hetter, Kathe ...................................... 49 Hibbard, Schuyler .............................. 21 Hillard, Lara ................................. 21, 60 Hodesh, Jeanne .................................. 21 Hoffman, Catherine ..................... 21, 69 Holden, Anastacia.............................. 21 Holden, Jeremiah ............................... 21 Holden, Remi ..................................... 76 Hollander, Jessica ........................ 21, 56 Horrocks, Mary ............................ 21, 88 Huang, A ............................................ 21 Hubbell, Jessica ................................. 21 Hubel-Drake, Madeline ..................... 50 Hunsche, Katy ................. 21, 59, 72, 93 Hurwitz, Judith................................... 21 Ifill, Adam.......................................... 21 Isrisan, Thomas ........................... 21, 56 Jackson, Mark .............................. 21, 70 Jacobson, Kim .............................. 21, 60 Jenkins, II, Jeffrey ............................. 21 Jewell.Josh .................................. 21, 55 Jewett, Ethan ................................ 21, 73 Johnson, Cat............................. 7, 26, 54 Johnson, Fenella................................. 21 Johnson, Perryn ............................ 22, 34 Johnson, Ross ......................... 22, 64, 93 Jones, Travis ...................................... 22 Joseph, Daniel.................................... 22 K Kangas, Adam.............................. 22, Karjala, Eric ................................. 22, 54 Kauffman, Matthew ........................... 22 Kelley, Kristin.................................... .6 Kelley, Lisa ........................................ Keomany, Oudone ............................. Kielb, Alexis ................................ 22, Kimball, Amy .................................... Kirchen, Pam...................................... Klausner, Kent ................................... 22 Klein, Daniel ..........................22, 30, 85 Klubeck, David .................................. 22 Kolling, Joe ..................................22, 78 Kopka, Rachel.................................... 51 Kotzian, Rachel............... 22, 59, 88, 93 Kramer, Alexander ............................ 22 Kulka, Ed ........................................... 50 Lahaie, Andrew.................................. 22 Lanteen, Elijah .....................................9 Lardas, Catherine ......................... 22, 82 Lau, James.......................................... 22 Lawrence, Mark ................................. 22 Lawrence-Lupton, David .......22, 77, Leach, Jim .......................................... 51 Leavitt, Matt................................. 22, 89 Lee, Changsu...................................... 23 Lee, Paige........................................... 23 Leonard, Laura................................... 23 Levin, Craig ....................................... 48 Levin-Koopman, Alex ....................... 23 Levin-Koopman, Jason ................ 23, 55 Lewis, Seth................................... 23, 77 Lieberman, Jonathan .............. 23, 56, 88 Lincoln, Lauren............................ 23, 65 Lindemann, Marc ................... 23, 78, 87 Lindemann, T.C. .......................... 22, 23 Lindner, Beile .............................. 23, Linkner, Adam .......................23, 58, Lloyd, Rebecca .................................. 23 Looker, Anna ............................... 23, 93 Lundquist, Komani ............................ 23 Lux-Wells, Laura ............................... 23 M Madigan, Jaime. Magner, Michael.... Maher, Sophia........ Mahoney, Michael Malinoff, Aaron .... Malofy, Isak ....................................... 24 Mankoff, Benjamin............................ 24 Mannle, Claire........................24, 67, 82 Marion, Mavourneen ......................... 24 Markovitz, Lara ........................... 24, 88 Marlotte, Lauren .................... 24, 66, 88 Marroquin, Dave .................... 24, 79, 85 Martin, Scott ...................................... 24 Martin-Buck, Frank ........................... 24 Marton, Joshua ............................. 24, 62 Martz, Miriam .................................... 24 Massad, Alexandra ............................ 24 Matrone, Julius..................................... 9 Mayo-Singleton, Nancy..................... 24 McGraw, Ken..................................... 50 Mclntire, Ashley .......................... 21, 24 McKee, Jessica.............................24, 79 McNally, Chris............................. 24, 60 Mead, Dory ............................ 24, 68, 88 Meddaugh, Jason ......................... 24, 55 Medina, Ellen ..................................... 24 Meier, Andrea .................................... 24 Merion, Alison ................................... 24 Mervak, Benjamin ............................. 24 Meszaros, John....................... 25, 88, 89 Meves, Scott.............. 25, 28, 58, 88, 93 Meyer, Jared....................................... 25 Meza, Alex .............................54, 87, 90 Micoff, Callista .................................. 25 Miller, Brian.......................................49 Miller, Cody ....................................... 25 Miller, Jessica .................................... 25 Miller-Batteau, Adam ........................ 25 Mills, Lauren ................................ 25, 61 Mitchell, Brandon ................................ 6 Moler, Anne ....................................... 25 Moore, Anna ................................ 25, 82 Morell, Aliza .......................... 11, 25, 76 Morrison, Sarah ........................... 25, 32 Mortensen, Ryan .......................... 25, 68 Mosher, Danelle................................. 50 Mosher, Ella....................................... 50 Mouradian, Mike ............................... 50 Moustakas, Misha ........................ 25, 88 Munson, Tiffany ................................ 25 Murphy, Maurella ........................ 25, 66 Myers, Joshua .................................... 25 Rush, Peter ................................... 27, 66 Rusling, Jonah.................................... 27 Ryder, Kirn ................................... 27, 83 Ryen, Maria........................................ 27 Vrooman, Dave ............... 20, 30, 59, 87 N Nadolski, Mike......................... 6, 25, 87 Saam, Derek....................................... 28 Saam, Phil .................................... 28, 78 Saginaw, Zach ................. 16, 28, 84, 85 Samford, Susanna .............................. 28 Sampier, Christine ............................. 28 Sanders, Kimberly ............................. 28 Sankar-Bergmann, Ariel.................... 28 Schaffer, Marcia................................. 48 Schippani, Pier ............................. 28, 78 Schleh, Karen..................................... 49 Schoenberger, Travis ................... 19, 28 Scott, Marilyn .................................... 48 Shabazz, Miriam ................................ 28 Shaw, Mike .................................. 28, 77 Shiffrin, Kayla ................................... 82 Shifrin, Rachael ........................... 28, 88 Siebers, Claire .................................... 28 Silbereis, Christian............................. 28 Silbereis, Sebastian............................ 57 Sloan, Tony .................................. 28, 33 Smillie, John .......................... 28, 71, 84 Smith, Eric ......................................... 28 Smith, Jasmine ................................... 28 Solomon, Michael.............................. 28 Soloway, Dan ..................................... 26 Sparling, Rob ..................................... 99 Spencer, Christina.............................. 28 Spencer, Mahlech............................... 29 Sperlich, Cade.................................... 29 Sperlich, Lyssa ............................... 9, 29 Starbuck, Richmond .......................... 29 Steel, Adam ........................................ 29 Steichman, Dustin .................... 8, 29, 93 Stephens, Ciji ..................................... 29 Stern, Liz............................................ 48 Stern-Hogan, Brendan ...........20, 29, 62 Stewart, Andrew ................................ 18 Stoffregen, Elizabeth ................... 29, 74 Stone, Adrienne ................................. 29 Stone, Ellen ........................................ 48 Stuenkel, Jessica ................................ 29 Stuff, Caitlin................................. 29, 67 Suganuma, Aaron......................... 29, 64 Summers, Lelia .................................. 29 Summerville, Jurrell ...................... 6, 29 Sussman, Eitan ....................... 14, 84, 85 Symington, Sue .................................. 51 Wagner, Heather ................................ 30 Wagner, Jordan .................................. 30 Wallace, Carly.............................. 30, 93 Wallace, Clint ........... 30, 58, 78, 79, 88 Wallace, Jean ............................... 30, 88 Wallace, Jessica ..................... 10, 30, 79 Wallace, Carly................................. 10 Walter, Jeremy ................................... 30 Walton, Eric ................................. 30, 89 Wantuck, Kathryn.............................. 30 Wark, Noah ........................................ 25 Warner, Keaton .................................. 31 Warner, Koti ................... 31, 68, 77, 93 Waymouth, Ed ............................. 82, 88 Weaverdyck, Anna....................... 31, 88 Weeks, Aurora ................................... 31 Wells, Toni.........................................31 Werner, Mara ..................................... 31 Weymouth, Ed ............................. 31, 63 Whitney, Emma ................................. 31 Wienckowski-Fei, Dylan ............. 26, 31 Wiener, Nell....................................... 31 Wilbur, Gregory ................................. 31 Wilburn, Ashley ................................. 31 Wilhelm, Maisie.....................31, 55, 72 Williams, Elizabeth............................ 83 Wilson, Jessica................................... 31 Winder, Kevin.................................... 31 Winter, Benjamin............................... 31 Wiseley, Jason ............................. 10, 31 Wiseman, Melissa ........................ 31, 79 Wiseman, Ryanne ........................ 31, 79 Witherspoon, Cory ....................... 31, 64 Wojahn, Rachel.................................. 31 Wolf, lan ............................................ 84 Wood, Rachel..................................... 31 Wooley, James ............................. 48, 85 Wright, John....................................... 31 Naimowicz, David ............................. 71 Nathan, Beatrice................................. 25 Nathan, Elise ...................................... 73 Neaton, Kevin .................................... 25 Neering, Mara ........................ 26, 59, 88 Nestor, David ..................................... 26 Nighswander, Erica............................ 70 Noellert, Chadwick ............................ 26 Nye, Lisa ............................................ 48 o Otto, Michelle .................................... 26 Page, Cari........................................... 70 Pangborn, Michael............................. 26 Parikh, Ami ........................................ 50 Parker, Kristen ................................... 26 Parsons, Beth...................................... 66 Pasola, Bill ................................... 26, 33 Patrick, Heather ................................. 26 Pavlicek, Ariel ................................... 26 Peabody, Maureen ............................. 26 Pennisi, Casey .............................. 26, 60 Pesko, Kendra .................................... 26 Pierson, Adam.................................... 26 Pierson, William ................................ 26 Pike, Andrew...................................... 26 Pittman, Jonathan............................... 26 Platt, Owen ................................... 26, 56 Pound, Samantha ............................... 26 Price, Rhiannon ............... 26, 63, 89, 93 Pureifory, Danielle............................. 27 Putman, David.................................... 27 Y Yonovitz, Michael ............................. 31 R Racine, Ingrid...... 11, 23, 27, 65, 84, 88 Taam, Alexander................................ 29 Tamulevich, Molly ............................ 29 Taylor, Cathryn.................................. 29 Teller-Goldman, Ben ......................... 88 Tessier, Russ ....... 20, 67, 73, 84, 85, 87 Thomas, Ezar ..................................... 90 Thomas, Ryan .................................... 29 Thoresen, Justin ................................. 29 Tillinghast, Charles............................ 29 Tomovic, Senja .................................. 30 Troy, Kenneth .................................... 30 Tucker, Colin ..................................... 30 Tulip, Malcom.................................... 49 Turner, Marian ................................... 30 Tuttle, Mark ........................... 30, 78, 88 Tuzinsky, Marci ................................. 50 Radine, Mike........................................ 8 Ramzan, Narie........................27, 71, 89 Raymond, Joshua............................... 27 Refalosells, Halley............................. 27 Reffells, Tony .................................... 51 Reichman, Janelle ........................ 27, 88 Reisdorph, Adam ............................... 27 Richards, Jesa Rae ................. 27, 35, 88 Robakiewicz, Agnieszka ................... 27 Rollins, Joseph ................................... 27 Root, Chloe ........................................ 27 Rosaen, Sarah............................... 27, 67 Rouzie, Kiran ......................... 10, 27, 64 Rowry, Joshua.................................... 27 Rubinstein, Tara..................... 27, 58, 88 Uhler, Alan ................................... 30, 88 Uras, Hakan........................................ 61 V VanBlack, John.................................. 51 VanDerPloeg, Anne........................... 30 Visintainer, Catherine........................ 30 Voorhees, Carla ................................. 30 w Wachsberger, David .................... 30, 76 York, Cedric....................................... 31 York, Vincent..................................... 51 Young, Robbie ................ 31, 32, 79, 88 Yribar, Nicholas................................. 31 Zaher, Nicholas .................................. 31 Zawodni, Shawn ................................ 31 Zuppke, Rachael ................................ 31 103 104 phy department of Com­ munity High School. Turn the Page, the 2000 edi­ tion of Midnight Sun was printed by Jostens Printing & Publishing, Clarksville, Tennessee. The company representative was Micheal Rowe. All photography was done by the yearbook staff through the photogra­