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C. Brownell, Home Economics 


R. Bell, English 


J. Bojarski, Industrial Arts 


Mr. James B. Mahoney, JFK's retiring Principal 


D. Andrychowski, Reading 


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G. Bourassa, Math 


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Miss Gademan and Mr. Abe Simcovitz 



G. Cove, Math 


H. Cowles, Social Studies 


M de Haan, English 









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E. Drumm, Industrial Arts 


N. Dyer, Home Economics 


D. Emery, Special Education 


K. Ferrante, Special Education 


Mr. Hoza and Mrs. Clarkin 


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The Masked Marvels (Mrs. Michaels & Miss Nealon) 


B. Hargraves, English 



M Harnois, Guidance 



E. Hayes, Art 



W. Higgins, Custodian 


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F. Krautcuk, Art 


R. Jerome, Reading 


P. Jonaitis, Social Studies 


Mrs. Siwinski 


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M. Kaupin, Home Economics 


A. Hoza, Math 


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Mr. Cowles 


J. MacArthur, Art 



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J. Meyers, Social Studies 


E. Michaels, Special Education 


P. Milam, Industrial Arts 




N. Nealon, Physical Education and Health 




T. Neville, Housemaster 


Mrs. Hargraves 


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C. Ohlin, Housemaster 


B. Olender, Special Education 






Mrs. Drapeau and friends 


G. Paluch, English 



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G. Reynolds, Secretary 



J. Reynolds, Science 


B. Ryan-Spanswick, English 


J. Scordato, English 



L. Shea, Reading Mr. LaBreck 





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Siwinski, Foreign Language 


M. Soja, Reading 


B. Stevens, Reading 



J. Targonski, Secretary 


W. Teed, Physical Education and Health 


A. Tomasulo, Home Economics 


















F. Wood, Science 


Mr. Makarewicz & Miss Kennedy 


































































Who's That Girl (Boy)? 


Anything is possible on JFK's Costume Day 
as a nun, a ghoul, and a cast of characters 
share some black and orange cake in the 
Cafeteria on Halloween. 


You never know who will show up on Cos¬ 
tume Day as evidenced by the Old Wise 
Man who left his mountain top to join in 
the festivities at JFK. 





Brackoneski, Katie Brainard, Christina 



Buffone, Melissa Burke IV, Francis 






Bryan,Joseph 




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Cascia, Michael Castellano, Kenneth Castonguay, Shawn 


Caswell, Fred 


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Caye, Edward Centore, Renee 



Centore, Sarah Cestari, Jamie Chaffee, Devon Chant, Michael Churchill, Mark Clark, Thomas 



Clary, Aaron 



Cole, Lynne Coleman, David Collins, Melanie Collins, Melissa Concepcion, Veronica 



Conley, Robin Connor, Kristy Coro, Renee Craddy, Andrea Cram, Sarah Crane, Eugene 


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Hustle Pays Off . . . 


Coach Emery plots halftime strategic 
changes with his players on their way to the 
Field Hockey team's best season in recent 
years. 


Showing determination and drive, Pam 
Kuhne hustles down the field on her way to 
another scoring opportunity for the Field 
Hockey team. 






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Crawford, Daniel 


Crocker, Melissa 



Cyr, Jennifer D'Orazio, Dawn 



Daigneau, Paul 



Crosson, John 



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Cullinan, Ryan 



Culp, Thomas Cunningham, Geoff ! 



Daly, Tara 


Davis, Brandy 


DeCosta, Nathan 


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DeForge, Leila 



Desrosiers, Michelle 



Dimmock, Steven 



Dubey, Lawrence 



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Deluca, Caren Deming, Brian Dentamaro, Michael DePratti, Michael Desjean, Lorie 



Devito, Anna Marie Dickinson, Jamie Dickson, Jeremy Diffley, Christina Dillard, Keri 




Dumoulin, Joy Dunbar, January Dysert, Lisa Ehrenzeller, Janeen Ehrgood, Donald 


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Fancy Footwork . . . 


Teamwork is the cornerstone of any suc¬ 
cessful team as three members of the Boys' 
Soccer team converge on a beleaguered op¬ 
ponent. 


Phala Nong uses his quickness and ballhan¬ 
dling skills to move on the opposition's net 
to score another of his team leading goals. 





Elliott, Jennifer Emonds, Mark Eng, Melusia 



Esslinger, Jason 


Estvanik, Nicole 


Fairley, Trisha 



Farley, Amy Faust, Jason Ferrante, Nicole 



Ferraro, Stephanie Ferreira, Nathaniel Fisher, Dan 


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Flaherty, Erin 


Folio, Karen Fontaine, Matthew Fouquette, Thomas 


Fredericks, Kristen 


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Gelineau, Angela Genco, Christina Gilbert, Shaun Gleason, Darren Gnatek, Andrew Goekler, Margaret 



Golden, Denise Gonzalez, Lillian 



Graham, Gina Grandon, Nicholas 



Grassette, Stephanie 


Greene, Kimberly 


Griggs, Tonia 



Grabon, Victoria 



Grivois, Brian 


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Fancy Footwork . . . 


Teamwork is the cornerstone of any suc¬ 
cessful team as three members of the Boys' 
Soccer team converge on a beleaguered op¬ 
ponent. 


Phala Nong uses his quickness and ballhan¬ 
dling skills to move on the opposition's net 
to score another of his team leading goals. 






Elliott, Jennifer Emonds, Mark 


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Esslinger, Jason 


Estvanik, Nicole 







Farley, Amy 


Faust, Jason 


Ferrante, Nicole 


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Ferraro, Stephanie Ferreira, Nathaniel Fisher, Dan 


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Flaherty, Erin Folio, Karen Fontaine, Matthew Fouquette, Thomas Fredericks, Kristen Fredrick, Kylene 



Froment, Danielle Fultz, Jr., David Furlani, Donna Galarneau, Amy Gallagher, Bryan Gazsi, Jason 



Gelineau, Angela Genco, Christina Gilbert, Shaun Gleason, Darren Gnatek, Andrew Goekler, Margaret 



Golden, Denise 



Graham, Gina 



Grandon, Nicholas Grassette, Stephanie Greene, Kimberly Griggs, Tonia Grivois, Brian 


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Hail, Dr. Seuss . . . 


Andrea Craddy as the "Cat in the Hat" and 
Dan Sterling as Bartholomew Cubbins are 
all smiles as they take part in a salute to Dr. 
Seuss in their seventh grade Developmental 
Reading class. 


"Happy Birthday Person" Debbie Stroiney 
and "Cat in the Hat" Charlsie Williams 
strike a playful pose with their favorite 
books during the celebration of Dr. Seuss 
Day. 






Hartley, Daniel 



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Hayden, Willie 


Hellberg, Randy Henzel, Bethany 


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Herman, Scott 














Hicks, Stacey Hickson, Heather Higgins, Cathleen Higgins, Timothy Hilliman, Heather Holmes, Daniel 



Hood, Jason Houde, Stephanie Howell, Sara Hurley, Karen Huss, Kevin Ingraham, Betsy 



Jenkins, William Joggerst, Dawn Johns, Danielle Jonaitis, Jeremiah Jones, Brian Jones, Christopher 






Kaplan, Chad Kazukynas, Jeffrey Keenan, Erik Kelly, Jaclyn 



Kennard, Stephanie King, James Klezos, Roxanne Kogut, Amy Kovaco, Sonia Krah, Michael 


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Hard At Work . . . 


Christine Smith probes the collegiate dictio¬ 
nary in the Library as she looks for just the 
right answer to complete a lengthy English 
assignment. 


The Reference Book shelves containing the 
encyclopedias is a busy spot as students 
cluster around to find a needed volume to 
finish a research project. 





Krane, Ryan Krusinski, Andrew Kwiecienski, Corey Landers, Jessica LaPlante, Travis LaPointe, Becky 



LaRusso, Nicholas LaVallee, Jessica Leander, Thomas Lemieux, Michael Leonard, Meghan Lessard, Ryan 


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Levesque, Christopher Libby, Joanne Lindsay, Zachary Lopez, Jose Losa, Peter Losa, Rebecca 



Lott, Justin Love, Edward Love, Michael Lynch, Lisa Lyons, Sonja Lyver, James 



Machaj, Agnes Mack, Serena Malecki, Stanley Malley, Brooke Mann, Melissa Marchand, Joshua 



Marcotte, Bryan Marmurowski, M. Maroni, William Marquez, Hope Marshall, John Marshaus, Elizabeth 


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Martin, Joshua Martin, Teasha Martin, Timothy Mason, Jeremy Matthews, Ronald Matthews, Travis 


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Only In 7th Grade . . . 


As Greg Morin shivers and Corey Widun 
looks on, Brett Bourbeau cleans off a brass 
shot put. The boys are participating in a 
Reading class activity in conjunction with a 
story about a Special Olympian. 


Science class takes on an ecological theme as 
Huyen Vinh constructs a bird feeder from a 
branch, aluminum foil, suet, and seeds to 
enable local birds to have a feeding spot this 
winter. 







May, David 





Mayers, Robert Mayhew, Ryan Mazzone, Daniel McCorkill, Benjamin McGlynn, 

Christopher 



McGonagle, John McGuire, Mistie McKee, Robin McKinney, Kinita McLaughlin, Menard, Stephen 

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Mennella, Maria 



Miller, Christopher 



Morgan, Brenda 



Morse, Paul 



Nadeau, Michael 



Merrill, Karen Merrill, Robert Mgrdichian, Laura Michaud, Michael Miczak, Kimberly 



Molina, Paula Monstello III, Peter Montano, Melissa Moore, Nancy Moore, Jr., Wayne 



Morgan, Mary Morin, Gregory Morin, Heather Morin, Matthew Morse, Andrea 



Moselsky, Jason Moule, Christopher Myshrall, Kristen Nadeau, Jennifer Nadeau, Justin 



Nelson, John Ngov, Christina Nickerson, Carrie Nieroda, Nicole Noto, Julie 


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With Help From A Friend . . . 


At one of the school dances, Shawn Caston- 
guay tries to convince his buddy Danny 
Russell to loan him some money for an extra 
slice of pizza and a can of soda. 


Two heads are better than one in this Indus¬ 
trial Arts class as David Pease and Nicole 
Savage prepare a kitchen memo board for 
work using a vise. 




O'Brien, Sara 


O'Leary, Timothy 


O'Toole, Kevin 


Olihan, John 



Nunez, Jeanie Nyser, Heidi 



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Plasse, Laura Poppel, Racheal Porcello, Julie Pozzi, Marcie Price, Gary Prior, Paul 



Racine, Shannon Rago, Michael Rancourt, Marcella Ransom, Jason Rashaw, Emily Regan, Scott 


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(Almost) Dancin' . . . 


Tara Zukowski and Corrie Yetter make a 
fashion statement as they show off their 
fancy holiday treads at December's dance, 
sponsored by the Student Council. 


School dances are a great time to meet 
friends and enjoy snacks (oh yes, and 
dance!). Anna Starring and Vicki Grabon 
scan the crowd at the Halloween dance, 
looking for their high-stepping friends. 







Resnickoff, Seth Reveruzzi, Ann Reyome, Pamela 

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Reilly, Christopher Rembiesa, Cheryl 


Repass, Deborah 






Rinaldi, Joseph 


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Rivest, Jesse Robinson, Joshua 


Roche, Jason 





Rochette, Joe 


Rock, Amy 



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Rogerson, Cheryl Rookey, Mary Rossi, Nicole Rossignol, Brian Rumill, John Rupright, Janelle 



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Salvas, Micheal Sanchez, Jose 


Russell, Daniel 


Russo, Jean 


Salva, Stacie 



Saucier, Kristy Savage, Nicole Scavotto, Lisa Schadlich, Jarett Scherban, Jacob Scott, Benjamin 



Segarra, Albert Semanie, Carol Sharp, Adam Shepard, Lauren Shetensky, Erika Shevock, Jason 



Shevock, Mary- Shirtcliff, Brian Shortman, Kristen Sibella, Gregory 

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Simlick, Hillary 



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If Mom Could See Me . . . 


Three award winners from the Student 
Council-sponsored Costume Day Contest, 
Jannelle Rupright, Lisa Scavotto, and Erik 
Keenan, strike a casual pose in the library. 


Kristi Droney makes a slightly under¬ 
dressed bridesmaid for bride Aimee Lally as 
they head towards homeroom in Red House 
and the beginning of Costume Day. 






Simoneau, Jonahn 


Skiba, Bryan 


Sitler, Marc 


Siuda, Peter 


Smith, Christine 


Smith, Jody-Linn 






Smith, Vincent Solesky, Aaron Sorel, Elizabeth Southworth, Steven Stagon, Laura Stanley, Matthew 


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Starring, Anna 



Sterling, Daniel 



Stuart, Linda 





Tallarita, Sarah 



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Tetreault, Jennifer 



Starski, Meredith Stearns, Nicole Stefaniak, Jr., Wayne Stelmat, Heather Stephens, Candace 



Sterner, Sharon Steverman, Sarah Steward, Kevin Stroiney, Debra Strong, John 



Sullivan, Matthew Sydoriak, Robert 



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Sylvester, Matthew Szczesiul, Mark 



Szewczyk, Allison 





Tamashaitis, Tamika 


Teed, Shana Terhune, Thomas 



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Hard At Work (Play?) . . . 


Steve Ruggiero and Matt Traskos enjoy a 
rare day of wearing hats in Science class on 
Hat Day, one of the Student Council-spon¬ 
sored Spirit Days this year. 


Eighth graders Liz Lucas and Meghan Quin¬ 
lan pitch in to help decorate the Library as 
they first assembly the Christmas tree and 
then trim it with ornaments made in the Art 
classes. 





Valley, Ryan 


Torres, Marsha Traskos, Rebecca Trudeau, Nicole Tyskewicz, Dorinda 


Usher, Ryan 





Vang, Vue 


Vibber, Teri 


Vinh, Huyen Walsh, Michael 









Wanzer, Gray 






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Whitten, Leonard Widun, Corey 



Wiggins, Robin 


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Wightman, Melissa 


Wilcox, Kristi 


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Wilder, Christina 





Wilhelm, Stacy Williams, Charlsien 


Williams, Johnny 


Wilson, Melissa 


Wishart, James 


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Winkle, Kristen 



Yarum, Amy Yetter, Corrie 


Young, John Young, Samuel Yurack, Anton Zaccaro, Nicholas 


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Landry, Angela 


Landry, Jillian 


Madden, Amanc 




Chrzan, Kevin 


Dedonis, Anne 


Heacox, Lisa 






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Muddy Cleats . . . 


Erica Hebert, the leading goal scorer on this 
year's Field Hockey team, demonstrates her 
stick-handling skills as she maneuvers 
around an opposing player from Timothy 
Edwards. 


Mechilia Eng shows her determination (and 
her mouthpiece) as she zeros in on the ball 
during the Field Hockey team's final game 
of the season. 






Alaimo, Benjamin Anderson, Kathryn Arcouette, Jason 



Audet, Celine Baeder, Heather Bailey, Melissa 


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Ballantine, Courtney Bayeur, Sheree Beauchemin, Daniel Beaudry, Gary Beaulieu, Seth Bechard, Breanne 



Beebe, Aimee Belanger, Chris Beloin, Christian Bergeron, Jeremy Bernache, Jessica Berry, Robert 



Berube, Peter Bishop, Andrew Blackburn, Thomas Blake, Karen Bletz, Alison Boivin, Michelle 



Boone, Maegn Booth, Kelly Braswell, Valerie Brayton, Bobbie Jo Brodeur, Christopher Buckley, Amy 



Burgess, Christopher Burk, Peter Burke, Michelle Burrington, Bob Cabral, Joseph Cacio, Richard 


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Doing Our Share . . . 


Eighth grade students from White House 
show "the spirit of giving" during JFK's 
annual Thanksgiving Food Drive with a re¬ 
cord breaking day's collection of food items. 


Student Council members tally a day's totals 
on the "tote board" as they track each team's 
donations during the JFK Food Drive com¬ 
petition against Fermi High. 






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Centrella, Amber Chance, Tina Chasse, Justin Childs, Jennifer Christmas, Andrew Cierpik, Thomas 



Cilley, David Clark, Andrew Cola, Nicholas Colangelo, Michael Coleman, Beth Columbus, Ronald 



Connelly, Carrie Connolly, Brian Copeland, Nina Cormier, Christopher Costello, Heather Courchaine, Richard 



Cyr, Jason D'Angelo, Jennifer Daigle, Marie Daly, Colin Daly, William Davenport, Christina 


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Looks Are Deceiving 


The "beauty" of the Cafeteria is enhanced 
by the stunning presence of John Olesen as 
heads turn during the Student Council 
sponsored Costume Day. 


No one dares lay a finger on Russell Scull's 
"Butterfinger" as he parades his creative 
costuming talents in the Cafeteria on Hal¬ 
loween Day. 


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Deane, Walter 


DeGray, Jason Deni, Anthony Dentamaro, Angela Deschamps, Joanne Deschenes, Thomas 



DeSimone, Brenden DeSimone, 

Christopher 




Dewolfe, Bethany Dietz, Wesley Divalentin, Marian Dols, Craig 


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Dunlap, Jessica Dynia, Sarah Eaton, Jennifer Egli, Michael Enderle, Dawn Eng, Mechilia 



Estep, Stacey Fairbanks, Sandra Faust, Melissa Fimka, Katherine Fitzgerald, Matthew Flaherty, Michele 



Fletcher, Jason Flynn, Michael Foley, Lisa Foley, Rosalie Fountain, Brian Francis, Kelly 



Frappier, Scott Fuller, Jennifer Gaetani, Thomas Gamble, Jennifer Garabedian. Albert Gazsi, Andrew 


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Vroom, Vroom . . . 


The students in Mrs. Carney's Science class¬ 
es take part in the annual running of the 
Indy-banana 500. Student-designed carts 
carrying bananas race through the hallways. 


Ricky Stock works intently in the "pits", 
making last minute adjustments on his ba¬ 
nana entry to increase its chances of slip¬ 
ping through to Victory Lane. 






Griffee, Michael 



Griskus, Timothy 




Grondin, Caroline 


Gustafson, 

Christopher 



Hammon, Amy 



Hanczaruk, 

Agnieszka 


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Hardy, Brock Harris, Alicia Hartnett, James Hebert, Erica Hebert, Matthew 




Howard, Stacy 


Howard, Tracy 


Howland, Jodie 


Hughes, Douglas 


Holway, Nathan 


Hurrle, Corey 


Higgins, Jessica 


Hilinski, Michael 


Holden, Michael 



Irish, Matthew 



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James, Dana 



Jefferson, Charles 





Jenks, Brent 


Jeffery, Michelle 




Hennessey, Colleen 





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Improta, Joseph 



Jestings, Laury 



Joslin, Michele 


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Undefeated Again . . . 


Goalie Amy Gufert shares an exuberant mo¬ 
ment with a teammate during a break in the 
action during a late season soccer match. 


It's hard to believe the unbeaten record of 
the Girls' Soccer team from the expression 
on Michelle Burke's face. Luckily, Meredith 
Phelps lightens things up a bit. 





Kenna, Paul Kennedy, Angela Kennedy, Charles Kibbe, Winnie King, Carol King, Charles 



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Kokofski, Jennifer Kress, Shaun Kuhne, Pamela Kulis, Joseph Kulm, Jarett LaClaire, Jessica 



LaClare, Mark Lafromboise, Lally, Aimee Lamar, Mariellen Lapa, Arin Laraway, Jamie 

Christine 



Larsen, Sherry Lathrop, Arthur LeBlanc, Christopher LeBlanc, Joshua Lemieux, Richard Lepak, Mark 




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Dancing Shoes . . . 


Student Council's first dance of the year, 
“The Halloween Howl," gives everyone a 
chance to work the cobwebs off the ceiling 
and out of their brains. 


Socializing is the main activity at “The Hal¬ 
loween Howl" as friends have a chance to 
catch up on boyfriends, new clothes, and 
how much homework certain teachers as¬ 
sign. 




Marshall, Brian 



Martel, Daniel Martin, Christina 



Matthews, Chad Mayette, Timothy 








Martin, James Massaro, Christopher Masters, Justin 





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Mazur, Michael 


McAlmond, Sara McCahill, Craig 


McCarthy, Bryan 












McElroy-Dillman, 

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McHugh, Christine Meberg, Erik 



Mercier, Nicole 



Merrill, Kathryn 



Miller, Christopher Mills, Kristina 


Miner, Christopher Mlynick, Jocelyn Mockalis, Kenneth Moisuk, Elizabeth 





Nadeau, Lori 


Nash, Margaret 



Nelson, Timothy Neuschaefer, Kristen Neville, Sean 


Newman, Joshua 



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NJHS Induction . . . 


The chorus line of Pam Kuhne, Elisha 
Schermerhorn, and Kris Neuschaefer are all 
smiles as they pose for pictures at the Na¬ 
tional Junior Honor Society Induction Cere¬ 
mony. 


Priya Varadan and Sarah Dynia take a break 
with some refreshments following their in¬ 
duction into JFK's Evian Simcovitz Chapter 
of the National Junior Honor Society. 






O'Callaghan, Dan O'Connell, Timothy O'Connor, Scott O'Hara, Scott O'Konis, Catherine O'Palick, Keith 


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Olesen, John 


Olson, Mark Orowson, Todd 


Orson, Jennifer Ouellet, Melissa Ouellette, Michelle 



Pahl, Jason 


Palumbo, Jessica Pappietro, Nathan Patterson, Neil Pawson, Benjamin Pelletier, Jennifer 



Peng, You Perri, Angela Perry, Bethany Perry, Ryan Peterson, Jeffrey Phelps, Meredith 



Pierce, Joseph Poe, Edward Pointek, Kara Poloski, Kailee Porcello, John Povak, Ben 



Prayzner, Gregory Przybylski, Jason Puhalski, Eva Quail, Sean Quinlan, Meghan Racette, Clint 


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On The Ball . . . 


Second year players Michelle Burke and Pat¬ 
ty Smario "have a ball" as they enjoy the 
Girls' Soccer team's second consecutive un¬ 
beaten season. 


Goalie Amy Gufert steers the ball wide of 
the net as she records a save on her way to 
another shutout for the Girls' Soccer team. 





Reed, Jason 


Reinhart, Samuel Reynolds, Elizabeth Riggins, Rebecca Rinaldi, Andrew 



Roberto, Linda Robinson, Jeffrey 


Rinaldi, Gina 


Rinaldi, Renee Rinaldi, Rori Robb, Natalie 


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Robitaille, Jessica Rocconella, Mandy Rondeau, Paul Rosati, Jessica Rosenberg, Arielle Rossi, Steven 



Roush, Michelle Ruggiero, Steven 



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Rushford, Todd 


Russell, Kevin 


Ryan, Shaun 



Santaniello, Anthony 



Scull, Russell 




Sampias, Melissa Sampl, Jessica 


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Schipani, Sarah 


Schiralli, Charles 


Schook, Linnea 


Samson, Kelly 




Seagrave, Frederick Seelig, Jebidah 


Seybold, Jennifer Sharrow, Nicholas 


Shaw, Aaron 










































Creative Projects . . . 


Aimee Beebe and Dawn Enderle show total 
concentration and an eye for detail as they 
prepare to launch their rubber-band 
powered entry for the Indy-banana 500 cart 
race. 


Suet-filled logs become bird feeders to serve 
as holiday gifts from JFK students to their 
family and friends to help supply needed 
nourishment to the town's feathered 
friends. 






Simoneau, Heather Skidgel, Matthew Slack, Corey 


Sloan, Scott Slupecki, Tadeusz Smario, Patricia 


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Solenski, Stacie Somogyi, Paul Soule, Darren Southworth, Marnie Sprague, Brian Stanger, Jennifer 




Sullivan, Ramona Sullivan, Sean Surdel, Chad Suttle, Crystal Swiatkiewicz, Daniel Taylor, Jaime 


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Playing Santa 


National Jr. Honor Society members Valerie 
Smart, Kate Tyler, Elisha Schermerhorn, 
and Michelle Burke strike a pose at the East 
Hartford Fire Station where toys are collect¬ 
ed for a statewide toy drive. 


Elisha Schermerhorn unpacks “Santa's 
sleigh" as contributions from JFK are added 
to the donations from other Connecticut 
schools for the 96 TIC-FM Holiday Toy 
Drive. 



Taylor, John Tedone, Justin Teixeira, Cynthia Tenerowicz, Tenerowicz, Michael Terhune, Alanna 

Christopher 



Tetreault, Napoleon Tkacz, Sarah Tkacz, Sherilyn Tobey, Michael Traskos, Matthew Trotter, Bobbi-Jo 


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Turrel, Kathryn Tuttle, Andrew Tyler, Kate Udas, Amy Ulrich, Benjamin Underwood, Allen 



Unsworth, Joseph Vacon, Matthew Vaghini, Amy Van Houtte, Freddy Vancott, Robert Varadan, Priya 



Vasseur, Heidi Vincenti, Stacy Vose, Garrett Waitkus, Walker, James Walpole, William 

Christopher 



Walsh, Sean Westall, Meghan White, Shane Williams, Joseph Wilson, Tricia Wong, Michael 



Wood, Matthew Wood, Rebecca Xiong, Dang York, Lori Young, Elizabeth Ziemba, Kevin 


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Doyle, Kelli 


Alvarado, Orlando 


Anderson, Kimberly 


Bourque, Melissa Dauphinais, Shaun 


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From left to right: S. Dowd, J. Stanger, A. Duclos, R. Orefice, J. Kulm, A. DeVito, N. Merrier, J. Gamble, T. Terry, A. Liquori, S. Bayeur, L. York, A. 
Madden, J. Fuller, M. Moszynski, J. Quail, A. Lally, C. Moule, R. Coro, R. Cacio, J. Faust, A. Beebe, G. Rinaldi, J. Robitaille, A. Grieco, M. Doten, K. 
Shaw, B. Perry, M. Morrow, A. Craddy, E. Quinlan, M. Douville, K. Fimka, M. Ouellet, M. Joclin, K. Courchesne. 
















rom left to right: T. Tamashaitis, B. Coleman, A. Lapa, J. Blacksher, V. Paulman, J. Nunez, A. Kennedy, T. Gaetani, K. Johnson, H. Cyr, B Davis, A. 
^entamaro & K Blake, M. Rocconella, E. Puhlaski, F. Seagrave, J. Childs, L. Stuart, M. Ouellette, M. Rancourt, S. Tkacz, M. Faust, A. Reveruzzi, A. Ro¬ 
senberg, J. Rosati, S. Fairbanks, D. Tyskewicz, C. Teixeira, C. Cowles, C. Davenport, D. Sabonis, J. Bernache, R. Dodd, V. Grabon, K. Booth, R. Foley, L. 

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With Erica Hebert's 12 goals and a stingy de¬ 
fense, the Field Hockey team charges towards a 
memorable season, including its first win 
against Timothy Edwards Middle School in 
eight years. 


Jennifer Quail is a picture of total concentration 
as she prepares to send the ball down the field. 
Efforts like this make a 5 - 1 - 2 record possible. 




Field Hockey El“l 1 


Scorebook 


Us 


East Windsor 4 

Somers 5 

Timothy Edwards 0 

Powder Mill 2 

Powder Mill 3 

East Windsor 2 

Timothy Edwards 3 

Somers 6 


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1991 FIELD HOCKEY TEAM 

From back: Jen Seybold, Julie Noto, Kate Tyler, Heidi Vasseur, Cindy Teixeira, Julie Albano, 
Jen Quail, Laura Thompson, Coach Emery, Lisa Scavatto, Beth Perry, Melissa Faust, Kim Beach, 
Devon Chaffee, Sara Steverman, Sara McAlmond, Elisha Schermerhorn, Erica Hebert, Mechilia 
Eng, Pam Kuhne, Stephanie Goguen, Priya Varadan, Elayne Remick, Carissa Permache, Kristen 
Fredericks. 


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Nick Hosig is on the lookout for his teammates 
and the ball as he moves down the field and into 
scoring position for the Boys' Soccer team. 


Phala Nong's quickness and ballhandling skills 
enable him to leave a Timothy Edwards defend¬ 
er struggling to keep up. The Boys' Soccer 
team's talents produce 66 goals while oppo¬ 
nents score only 8 all season. 



T> / Over 2 Years, 

DOVS DOCCer Unbeaten In 26 

* Games 

Scorebook 

Us Them 
East Windsor 8 0 

Powder Mill 4 2 

Timothy Edwards 4 2 

Vernon 4 0 

East Hartford 7 1 

Powder Mill 3 1 

East Windsor 7 0 

East Hartford 8 0 

Somers 8 0 

Timothy Edwards 6 0 

Vernon 2 2 

Somers 5 0 



1901 BOYS' SOCCER TEAM 

From back: Coach Clarkin, Abbie Bennis, Chris Miller, Chris Stoddard, Mike Luc, Nick Hosig, 
Tim O'Connell, Phala Nong, Mark Kluczwski, Scott Cowles, Steve Ruggiero, Mike Flynn, 
James Woodson, Stephanie Kennard, Jason Reed, Jeff Bailey, Chad Allegro, Jeff Kazukynas, 
Greg Bemis, Chris Jones, Garrett Vose, J.R. Young, Dan Holmes, Neil Patterson, Nick Zaccaro, 
Capt Mark Lepak, Joe Dubois, Capt Brian Connolly, Capt. Colin Daly. 


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Kim Miczak hustles forward to back up the 
scoring rush of Patty Smario during a late sea¬ 
son contest against longtime rival Timothy Ed¬ 
wards Middle School. 


Amy Gufert, Patty Smario, and Kim Yanosy 
listen intently as Coach Jonaitis outlines some 
team adjustments during a strategic timeout. 
These sessions result in 23 JFK goals and in 5 
for the opponents. 




Girls' Soccer 


The Streak 
Reaches 31 Games. 


Scorebook 


Us 


Timothy Edwards 2 

Vernon 3 

East Hartford 2 

Somers 0 

East Hartford 6 

Timothy Edwards 4 

Vernon 3 

Somers 3 


Them 

2 

0 

0 

0 

0 

3 

0 

0 



1991 GIRLS' SOCCER TEAM 

From back: Coach Jonaitis, Elizabeth Lucas, Meredith Phelps, Christine Monahan, Michelle 
Burke, Sara Wells, Renee Rinaldi, Patti Smario, Kim Miczak, Jessica Bernache, Nichole Ber¬ 
geron, Stacy Wilhelm, Michelle Joslin, Jen Pelletier, Jessica Sampl, Bethany DeWolfe, Kim 
Yanosy, Karen Kluczwski, Jessica Wells, Melissa Buffone, Teri Vibbert, Amy Gufert. 


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John Crosson goes high over an opponent as he As Mike Flynn, Nick Hosig, and the entire 
lays one off the glass for a basket in the double- Timothy Edwards team look on, Mike Griffee 
header against Timothy Edwards. pulls up for a baseline jump shot. 




Boys' Basketball ? 0 ff r s 9 ! 2 T ^ e n y 


Scorebook 



Us 

Them 

Powder Mill 

50 

26 

East Hartford 

38 

46 

Vernon 

55 

47 

Somers 

58 

44 

Timothy Edwards 55 

50 

East Hartford 

39 

37 

Timothy Edwards 

65 

39 

St. Timothy's 

72 

38 

Powder Mill 

47 

40 

Vernon 

29 

53 

Somers 

54 

32 



1992 BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM 

From back: Charles Jefferson, Josh Newman, Mike Griffee, Seth Beaulieu, Matt Traskos, Brent 
Jenks, Ben McCorkill, Mike Flynn, Coach Dennis, David Pease, John Crosson, Brian Connolly, 
Nick Hosig, Ken Castellano, Chris Miller, Andy Bishop. 


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Erica Hebert drives up and over an opponent 
for a basket. Erica set a school record for the 
most free throws made in a game and in a 
season. 


Erica Hebert, Kris Neuschaefer, Meredith 
Phelps, and Sarah Dynia wait to see if Chris 
Monahan will be successful with her shot. 



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Scorebook 



Us 

Them 

St. Timothy's 

21 

37 

Powder Mill 

30 

10 

East Hartford 

33 

37 

Vernon 

33 

40 

Somers 

32 

25 

Timothy Edwards 

39 

26 

East Hartford 

47 

42 

Timothy Edwards 

46 

26 

St. Timothy's 

39 

34 

Powder Mill 

34 

29 

Vernon 

41 

47 

Somers 

28 

29 OT 

St. Martha's 

30 

19 


1992 GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM 

From back: Karen Blake, Jill Wolodko, Becky Traskos, Chris Monahan, Jen Gamble, Coach 
Lauria, Corey Kwiecienski, Jen Cyr, Jessica Bernache, Sarah Dynia, Elisha Schermerhorn, 
Julie Albano, Co-Captain Kris Neuschaefer, Co-Captain Erica Hebert, Co-Captain Meredith 
Phelps. Missing from picture: Michelle Burke. 


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As the advisor for the Cheerleaders, Ms. Car- 
During the basketball season, the cheerleaders roll, looks on, members of the squad recharge 
whip up support at the home games for the their batteries for another half of spirited 
boys' and girls' teams. cheers. 




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Cheerleaders 


Spirit In Red, 
White, And Blue 


Many Thanks 

Over the past 2 years, Ms. 
Jackie Carroll has served as 
the advisor for the Kennedy 
Cheerleading Squad. During 
that time, she has been a fine 
role model for her students 
and an enthusiastic supporter 
of the JFK sports program. 
Ms. Carroll's cooperation 
with the coaches has always 
been appreciated and she has 
instilled in the cheerleaders a 
sense of pride and sincere 
school spirit. 



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1991-92 CHEERLEADING SQUAD 

From back: Lizz Young, Christy McHugh, Jessica Higgins, Gina Caserella, Kara Pointek, Dawn 
Sabonis, Amy Udas, Kristina Mills, Kristin Herzig, Valerie Smart, Brooke Malley, Amy 
Johnson. 


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JOHN F. KENNEDY MIDDLE SCHOOL 


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Fishing, Marching, Designing, Sharing, 


NJHS member Amy Vaghini & Annex Prin- JFK Color Guard members 

cipal Mrs. Cavanaugh address a 6th grade 

assembly. 



NJHS officers Amy Vaghini, Pam Kuhne, & Fly-tying Club. Advisors: Mr. Demers & Mr. Reynolds 
Elisha Schermerhorn 


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Chatting, Singing, Exercising, Building, Selling 




Mrs. Harnois & Mr. Ohlin talk at the NJHS 
Induction ceremony. 



<unning Club. Advisors: Mr. Garvey ii Mrs. Novak 


Drama Club Set Crew. Advisors: Mrs. Gaj &. 
Miss Gademan 
















Crafting, Skiing, Constructing, Writing, 



Main Office Secretaries Mrs. Targonski & School Store Staff. Advisors: Mrs. Tomasulo & Mrs. Michaels 
Mrs. Annis 




Industrial Arts Club. Advisors: Mr. Drumm 
& Mr. Bojarski 




Cross Country Skiing Club. Advisors: Mrs. Craft Club. Advisors: Mrs. Dembek, Mrs. Olender, & Mrs. Matfess 
Cutler & Mrs. Brownell 













Schussing, Reading, Sketching, Conferring, 




venth Grade Ski Club. Advisors: Mr. Fisher, Mr. Bell, Miss Connick, & Mr. Wood 


Jaime Ouellette & Karen Folio are hard at 
work doing research in the Library. 



arbook Artists, Jen Gamble, editor. Advisors: Miss Gademan 61 Miss Lauria 


Patriot Staff Editors. Advisor: Mrs. Paluch 




















Rehearsing, Acting, Cropping, Searching, 




Eighth grade Drama Club members. Advisors: Mrs. Gaj & Miss Gademan 


The Saxophone Section of the Band re¬ 
hearses for a concert. 



Seventh grade Patriot staff. Advisor: Mrs. Yearbook Student Section staff. Advisors: Miss Gademan & Miss Lauria 
Paluch 


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Mr. Bell 



Mr. Bell helps his students as they complete 
a map of the Library. 



Seventh grade Drama Club members. Advi¬ 
sors: Mrs. Gaj it Miss Gademan 




Mrbook Sports Section staff. Advisors: Miss Gademan it Miss Lauria 



Yearbook Staff Section members: Advisors: 
Miss Gademan it Miss Lauria 

























Vocalizing, Watching, Questioning, Posing, 




There's never a dull moment in Blue House Kennedy Singers, Semester 1. Director: Mr. Bungard 
Office with Mrs. Ivansin on the case. 



Yearbook Activities Section staff. Advisors: Eighth grade Ski Club members. Advisors: Mr. Wood & Mr. Bell 
Miss Gademan & Miss Lauria 


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Composing, Speaking, Supporting, 




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atriot Band. Director: Mr. Power 


Miss Gademan does her part supporting the 
schoolwide toy drive. 




Mrs. Trevena and Company 



lardi Gras comes to JFK. 


Student Council Officers 


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All This And More Is JFK 




Miss Holmes, Mrs. Olender, & Mrs. Mi- JFK's Evian Simcovitz Chapter of the National Jr. Honor Society 

chaels find sales brisk at the SC Carnation 

Sale. 



Jason Caron uses the Hartford Courant to 
follow the UConn Huskies. 




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Try the latest game to sweep JFK: “Where's Cadet Band. Director: Mr. Power 
Mrs. Siwinski?" 








Will 


I, Michelle Joslin, leave the Four Stooges all the good laughs and the hard times. 

I, Sarah, leave Maegn, Mindy, Amy, and Chrissy our favorite song, "The Time We Had Together". 

I, Ramona, leave Stacy all the memories of new friends and teachers at JFK. 

I, Linda Stuart, leave my love and friendship to Ryan Lessard. 

1, Michelle Jeffery, leave Heidi V. a big hug and good luck next year. 

1, Tina Chance, leave Damien Kammerer my love love for him always. 

I, Lisa Dysert, leave Jackie Perry a slap in the head to let her know she's my best buddy. 

I, Angela, leave Becky Kluntz the thought that I will miss you at Fermi High School. 

1, Amelia, leave Sheree the thought that my bandages are better than yours. 

I, Amy Buckley, leave Mindy and Michelle our crazy times and our everlasting friendship. 

I, Jess B., leave Tom G. thanks for that good ice cream. 

I, Blondie, leave Rick Lemieux my shattered heart. 

I, Heather Costello, leave to Kelly Francis 1992, year of the Fungus. 

I, Heather Cyr, leave Andy Rinaldi the memory of being in too many classes together / and the phone. 

1, Kelli Doyle, leave Jen D'Angelo the thought that we will be best friends forever. 

I, Jen Fuller, leave Heather Simoneau the thought and memory of the Deli Line. 

I, Tom Gaetani, leave to Trisha F. all the rest of my junk. 

1, Marie Caron, leave Brooke Camaroc that day at your house when I hit the tree. 

I, Shelly O., leave Amy B. the fun of shopping at K Mart, Ames, and Salvation Army. 

1, Michelle O., leave Anton Y. all of my love. I'll miss you next year. 

I, Shannon McLaughlin, leave Nicole Estvanik the thought that I'll always be there if she ever needs a bank loan. 
I, Gina Rinaldi, leave Jen Gamble our many phone calls and our great year together. 

I, Jen Aldrich, leave Todd Orowson knowing that I'll always love him, forever! 

I, Missy Bailey, leave Kenny Costellano the thought that I will always love him. 

I, Chrissy Davenport, leave to all my team teachers my missing homework. Love ya! 

I, Kailee, leave to Rori all of her love notes that I lost. 

I, Jamey Klezos, leave Kelli Doyle, Jen D'Angelo, and Beth Coleman all my friendship forever. 

I, Kelly, leave Heather and Kelly F. all the candy canes in the world. 

I, Sonia Kovaco, leave Beth Henzel, Anna-Marie Devito, and Amy Galarneau the thought of always being cool. 

I, Margaret, leave Bobbi-Jo T. the knowledge of you always being shorter. 

I, Christina Martin, leave Kristin Herzig all my Champion sweatshirts. 

I, Melissa, leave Lori all my friendship. 

We, Laura S. and Eva P., leave to everyone in JFK the thought that we ll miss you! 

I, Laura Thompson, leave Todd Orowson our memories here and the thought that I'll never forget him. 

I, Heidi, leave Jeff a computer for all his English poems. 

We, Heather and Mindy, leave Tom and Andy the memories of skiing and the back of the bus. 

1, Gina Rinaldi, leave Jessie Rosati, many laughs, good times, and our special friendship. 

I, Sarah Tallarita, leave Linda Stuart my height and friendship. 

I, Lisa Dysert, leave Melanie Collins all my "New Kids on the Block stuff. 

I, Bopper, leave Mindy Mortimore the great times we've had in last 5 years. 

I, Katherine Fimka, leave John Taylor my love and luck at Enfield High. 

I, Maegn Boone, leave Chrissie Cowles all our good times and the thought that we 11 be twins forever. 

I, Jessica LaClaire, leave Amber Centrella my friendship and the everlasting memories of George . 

1, Jen Gamble, leave Courtney Ballantine, matching lessons. 

I, Nicole Estvanik, leave my lunch table a "ton" of napkins. 

I, S.E.D., leave to my friends on Ski Club the memories of Waterfall and Big Tom. 

I, Linda Stuart, leave Sarah Tallarita a pencil to poke me in the face with. 

I, Jennifer D'Angelo, leave Kelli Doyle the thought that our friendship has been the best. 

I, Brandy Davis, leave the thought to Randy Hellberg I will always love him. 


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I, Missy Wightman, leave Stacey Silva the fact that she ll always be my best friend no matter what. 

I, Jen Childs, leave Aimee Lally, Katie Sabellico, and Melissa Sapias, all the candy they can get their hands on. 

I, Angela, leave Jess a lot of good times and bunch of laughs. 

I, Jen Aldrich, leave the Four Stooges always and forever. 

I, H.B., leave Natalie Robb, "Let's talk it out!" 

I, Missy Bailey, leave my team teachers the thought that I actually learned. 

I, Aimee Beebe, leave Jen Aldrich, Little Sara, and Sam Fairbanks the thought that we 11 be friends forever. 

I, Jennie Blacksher, leave Teri Vibbert all of my hairspray. 

I, Misty Carter, leave Chrissy Davenport, all the good times and the really bad fights. 

I, Michelle Caron, leave Travis Mathews knowing that I'll always love you. 

I, Joanne Deschamps, leave Sherry Larson and Melissa M. the memories of English class. 

I, Melissa Doten, leave Arielle Rosenberg and Sheree Bayeur our friendship forever. 

I, Kristi Droney, Leave Chris with the thought I will always love him and that I 11 miss him next year. 

I, Lisa Foley, leave my love to Joe I. and Jamie Taylor and a year to remember. 

I, Amy Galarneau, leave Sonia Kovaco all my love and all my friendship forever. 

I, Jessica, leave Laura the thought I will miss her next year. 

I, Jocelyn, leave Rori all the memories we shared. 

I, Jamey Klezos, leave Kelly Courchesne with all my friendship. 

We, Jen Kokofski and Arielle Rosenberg, leave to Chad Mathews and Ben Alaimo the memory of the long bus rides to 
the Witch Museum. 

I, JK, leave HV all the blame for our Science accidents. 

I, Christine LaFromboise, leave Bobbie-Jo Brayton & Kristy Newton the fact that we will always be best friends. 

I, Lori, leave to all my friends going to EHS the thought that I will miss them but never forget them. 

I, Margaret Nash, leave Natalie Robb peace, love, and happiness. 

I, Mandy, leave Jeremy Lawson the fact that I will always be his friend. 

I, Mariellen, leave to Angela and Mechilia the fact we'll always be friends forever. 

I, Christina Martin, leave to Mindy Mortimore all the good long talks we had. 

I, Chris McGlynn, leave Matt Fontaine all of my hockey skills hoping he'll be as good as me. 

I, Melissa Moszynski, leave Greg Prayzner the thought that you'll always be in my heart. Stay sweet! 

I, Karen Merrill, leave Jaime Ouellette the saying, "Boy - yoi - yoing!". 

I, Carrie Nickerson, leave Kristy, Tonia, Liz, Jimmy, and Chad the saying, "Yup, yup!" 

I, Eva Puhalski, leave to Mr. Hoza the fact that you're a great and funny teacher. 

I, Betsy Reynolds, leave to Natalie Robb the killer awake before dawn and a big roar. 

I, Rori Rinaldi, leave to Jocelyn Mlynick all the good memories we've shared in the last 3 years. 

I, Renee Rinaldi leave Missy Reardon all our English projects and my best friendship forever. 

I, Jeff Robinson, leave Heidi Vasseur our memories and loving times. 

I, Jessica Robitaille, leave Heather Baeder my queer sayings. 

I, Rosalie, leave Laury Jestings knowing that we'll always be best friends. 

I, Stacie Salva, leave Julie Porcello my friendship for the rest of our lives. 

I, Patty Smario, leave Carol King all the great times we had and all the secrets we told. 

I, Laura S., leave to Eva P. all our blonde jokes. 

I, John Taylor, leave to Katherine Fimka the thought that I will always love you and wish you the best at Fermi. 

I, Nichole, leave Karey K., all the laughs we had in Art. 

I, Jessi, leave Linda the fact I will miss you and your weekly boyfriend. 

I, Kelly Johnson, leave Gary Beaudry the saying, "I'm not a slacker, I'm baby-stepping." 

I, Kinita McKinney, leave Meghan Leonard my beautiful wardrobe. 


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