Amy Woodland Elementary School 1986-1987 Grade 2 Class Photo: 2019.0003

Amy Woodland Elementary School 1986-1987 Grade 2 Class Photo
2019.0003

2019.0003: Amy Woodland Elementary School 1986-1987 Grade 2 Class Photo

Amy Woodland Elementary School 1986-1987: Grade 2 Back Row Left to right- Kristen Fawcett, Tracy Cambell, Coral Tatlow, Athena Underhill, Peter Johnson, Jennifer Christman Middle ROw Left to right- Mrs. Skailes, Jason White, Jonathan Hartney, Jenny Still, Jeramey Schmideder, Tara Stadnich, Kelvin Leite, Andrew Cullun Front Row Left to right- Bobbie Sims, Jason FRanz, Sawna Hoffman, Kenji Jackson, Tayna Atwood, Diep Vu, Kyla Surtees, James Arbuckle Missing Christof Eitzenburger, Naomi Gray, Elisa Walker, Tracy Kelly

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  Circa 1986
Source:  CBI
Collection:  School District No.5 (2019)

Subjects:

Fawcettarrow
Cambellarrow
People arrow Tatlowarrow
People arrow Underhillarrow
People arrow Johnsonarrow
Christmanarrow
Skailesarrow
People arrow Whitearrow
Hartneyarrow
Stillarrow
Schmidederarrow
Stadnicharrow
Leitearrow
Cullunarrow
People arrow Simsarrow
People arrow Franzarrow
People arrow Hoffmanarrow
People arrow Jacksonarrow
People arrow Atwoodarrow
Vuarrow
People arrow Surteesarrow
Arbucklearrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Schools arrow Amy Woodland Schoolarrow

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