Oh yes...Some of you know what I'm talking about. BUT I digress-One of the best teachers I ever had, Sharron Bray Reeves is a 1970 graduate of the late great Headland High School (yes-the one the Allanson's lived across the street from chronicled in Ann Rule's true (that's TRUE, unlike the horrible Lifetime mish mash) "Every Thing She Ever Wanted" )in East Point.
HEre she is with some of her classmates -looking not very different than her teen looking self appeared when she taught her first class at good old Hood Avenue Elementary School. She was so sweet to us and so enthusiastic and cheerful! She taught us the Greek alphabet- which I know to this day, and in fact have taught to my own children as well as a classical studies intro class a few years back.
It looks like a fine time was had by all: Sharron ( I can't help but call her Mrs. Reeves, though.) tells us more:
"This was an all-classes gathering. Headland High was open from 1958 - 1983 in East Point. The largest graduating classes were in the late 60's with around 230 students. We get together annually at the least to keep up. We have many siblings and marriages that cross over various graduation years. We're a rather unusual high school group to be so close even without a building, no teams, no official "Homecomings.""