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website of the paseo high school alliance
1926 - 1990
You don't have to WAIT
for your next Class Reunion to
see classmates and other Pirate friends. Join us at the
next Paseo Alliance luncheon on October 26, 2015. Our
guest speaker will be Margot Sims, Paseo class of 1964. MORE ...
For a reservation form to print and mail
with your check, CLICK HERE
To make your reservation electronically and send your check via mail
HELP IS NEEDED -
If you can devote a few hours per month to keep these luncheons and
the Paseo Alliance alive, please ...
See Luncheon Photos and Speaker Info from
Hints and tips for
those who attended or graduated from an educational institution.
If you attended
Paseo High School between 1926 and 1990, whether
you graduated or not, this Paseo Alliance website is for you.
DO YOU KNOW?
That there are links to
photos from all of our Luncheons on the
Social Events page?
There we have a list of
High School students by class year (1926 to 1990)?
Which Paseon was inspired by
Charles Lindbergh? He is saluted on page 7 that yearbook. (Answer)
What Paseo alumni served
in Vietnam or Korea? How many were casualties or POW? We don't
but would like to. If you know Paseo Alumni who served there, please
let us know.
That there have been over
10,000 hits on our Yearbooks page?
What year was there no
yearbook published? (Answer)
PASEO in rocks between the stairs up to the
Meetings of the Paseo Alliance
held on the
first Wednesday of the month at 1:00 pm at the Trailside Center,
9901 Holmes (southeast corner). If you are a former student
and interested in Paseo High , you are invited. Please
be sure to check the date below prior to the meeting to see if there
has been a change.
1:00 pm, Wednesday, November 4, 2015
If you are a class
representative, we would appreciate your attendance and
participation. If you are a Paseo Alum, graduate or not, and
would like to take part in our activities, please join us for one of
|HELP IS NEEDED - the Paseo Alliance, a group
representing all Pirates from 1926 to 1990, and this website sprang
from events in 2006 when several members of classes in the 1950's
got the idea that there would be interest in a group to serve all
former students of "the old school." For a number of years a
small but dedicated group of former Pirates have been sponsoring
quarterly luncheons to allow all who wanted to gather, mix and share
memories, as well as hearing an interesting speaker (click on Social
Events at left to see some of our previous programs).
this effort requires just several hours per month by a dedicated
group. Several of the present members date from the beginnings
of the program while others from later classes have joined us along
the way. We particularly need participation from classes of
the 1960's and 1970's. See the yellow box below on Meetings,
then come and join us at our next meeting.
We have particular need for someone with experience in
developing and maintaining websites to help and later to take over
the improvement and extension of this website and relieve the tired
old webmaster who has been doing this for nine years now. There is
no pay for the job other than the satisfaction of providing a much
appreciated service for your fellow Pirates.
Roy Busdiecker, Paseo '57, Webmaster
135 Terrace Trail West
Lake Quivira, KS 66217
Home 913 962 1721 Cell 913 515 5140
B. M. Stigall
now have complete copies of all Paseons from 1927 through 1990 in the Yearbooks section. There was no 1969
We would appreciate gifts or loan of bound volumes of The Paseo Press
for publication on this site.
attends March 2008 meeting
about the website
Established in April 2006
and still a work in progress, this site serves as a central point for
the community of former students who attended the original Paseo High
Notices of Alumni
Links to individual class
News of interest to all
former Paseo High School students
Images of all
yearbooks from 1927-1990 (there was no 1969 book).
We solicit the advice,
suggestions, support and participation of those who
attended the "old Paseo".
We wish the best and
encourage support for the new
Paseo Academy of the Fine and Performing
Bronze plaque in the new Paseo
(click for larger image)
Webmaster: Roy Busdiecker,
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