2/4/2009 25TH CLASS REUNION
Palo Duro High School Class of 84 25th Class Reunion
6601 Arden Rd #215
Amarillo, Texas 79109
806/358-6923 or 806/676-2664
February 6, 2009
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11/14/2006 slide show on your profiles
Hello everyone Just wanted to let everyone know you can now add the slide shows to your profile... this is a great way to let everyone see your families and what you are up to now.. Hope eve
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11/7/2006 Cruise with class of "85"
Sharyn Delgado (Wheeler) from the class of 1985 would like to plan a cruise for the summer of 2009... They would like to invite anyone from the 80's to join them,, They are doing a survey on
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After graduating WTSU in 1990 I moved to the Houston area to teach. While there I met my husband who taught in the same district. After teaching for three years I became seriously ill. After 5 operations and 6 weeks in the hospital we moved to the D/FW area to be closer to my family. In 1995 we had twin daughters, Tory and Abby (10). When the girls were 5 I began homeschooling. In first grade I realized that Abby was not learning to read despite everything I tried. Long story short, we confirmed that she has dyslexia. As a result, I went and received training as an Academic Language Therapist. I have successfully taught her to read and have started a private practice out of my home as a language therapist. I basically remediate children in the field of reading, handwriting, spelling and written expression. I continue to homeschool my girls and if that isn't enough I teach 2 days per week at a homeschool co-op in the Dallas area.
We love to travel, my husband is from Minnesota and so we go up there quite often, it is absolutely gorgeous in the summer...I've told him to not even ask me to move up there, the winters are horrendous. Other than that we're like everybody else, busy with kids soccer and dance class and serving as chauffeur to girls who have tons of friends and many places to go.
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What's your favorite memory from high school?
a. Lunch at Taco Villa
b. Dancing til dawn in the PDHS Cafeteria
c. Mr. Camp's Economics Class
d. Football games at Bivins Stadium
e. None of the above (feel free to write in your favorite)
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