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(above) juniors Marvin Sears and Kelly Osborne get into the Halloween spirit during Drama class, (above right) Seniors Larry Berry, Mark Austin and Jeff Wheeldon try to be Creative in their Writing class, (below right) Senior Vickie Felice smiles intently for a picture (below center) Journalism II students work on cutting pictures for the yearbook, (below left) Sophomores Sue Leech and Marlene Griffiths enjoy watching a skit being put on in their Drama class. The English department offers a wide variety of writing improvement and communication classes, such as speech, drama, literature, reading improvement, debate and journalism. Sophomores are required to take a basic English class unless eligible to pass out of English and take one of the 28 elective courses offered. A speech credit is also required for graduation. Opportunities to work in plays, newspaper, yearbook, and forensics round out the program. Linda Schlak Harold Swihart Diane Weir James Wickhar 19
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English classes strive for creativity, variety
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Social Science classes study past, present Social Science department is expan- ding every year. Sophomores are re- quired to take a full year of United States History, while seniors are re- quired to take a semester of Govern- ment and a semester of either Economics or Consumer Business. Various subjects offered are United States History, World History, World History-Western, World History non- Western, Government, Economics, Psychology, Russian History, Interna- tional Relations, Anthropology, Sociology, Afro-American History, Revolution, Social Reform, 20th Century Europe, Asian Studies, Emerging Na- tions, and Latin American Studies. All of thse subjects provide a broader look at our country and the surrounding world. (above right) Mr. Gordon Blenderman lectures on economic concepts. Mr. BLenderman ' s class is widely known as " Blendernomics " . (left) Don Ceynar ' s psychology classes listen intently in a class lecture. Gordon Blenderman John Carle Jerry Chiaramonte Kent Frank Gary Gabel William Gilbert 20
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