About This Site
Tommy Stephenson continued as principal and Wallace Adams as asst principal for the 1983-84 class year, overseeing a successful year for many activities from sports, band and clubs. Football and Track both brought home McCracken County championships with other sports also doing well. The Ky Colonels Marching Band continued to participate and placing high in national events. The Class of 84 was smaller than classes of previous years graduating approximately 185 seniors.
The look of LOHS continues to change as improvements are made to the physical plant. The grainy header picture above from the January 84 Oak-K shows the replacement windows in the older sections of the building. The tall, wide single pane double shash windows designed in the 20s to illuminated and ventilate were replaced with more energy efficient and much smaller windows. Sorry folks, no more hangings out the windows. This is also the first wide perspective we have on the renovated high school. The west end replacement section and the renovated east end. Maybe someday we'll find a better picture, in the meantime, Thanks Oak-K staff.
For 1984, we have the yearbook and eight of nine of the published Oak-K newsletters, all with memories of a great year. We hope to build on the collection for 1984, but hope you enjoy what we have. If you have addition information that is applicable to the Class of 84, please e-mail the site Webmaster. Please provide contact information so that we may reply.
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