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Page 26 text:
quiet study place
The library is a resource center and a place
to study. Books, periodicals, tapes, and other
information may be found with the help of
Head Librarians Helen Holt and Lillian Cole.
Because it's quiet, the library is a popular
studying place. "I like to come to the library
so I can do my work in peace and quietf'
Senior Tammy Rice pointed out.
Efficient operation of the audio-visual
department is in the hands of Mr. Harold
Swihart. He is in charge of distributing AV
equipment fprojectors, recorders, cameras,
etc.j to classrooms with the help of a volun-
teer student staff.
Attached tothe library is the Media Center
where classes can video-tape speeches, plays
or any classroom project. TV programs of
special interest are video-taped and available
for viewing in the Media Center.
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l. Richard Harwood helps a customer with plumbing supplies at Payless
Cashways. 2. Paula Peers adjusts a customer's account at the customer service
counter in Sears. 3. Janet Ostrem checks out a customer at Ardans.
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I M ' Ron Gray, Work Experience Coordinator
Robert Corey, WS
Ronadel Davis, WS
Alan Foote, LD
Brian Johnson, MD
Susan Sarver, MC
Marlis Wagner, LD
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Special education fills
important teaching role
Through the past decade special education has taken on an
important role in developing basic skills for learning disabled
students. This program includes special aids in reading, mathe-
matics, language, and writing.
Students in the learning disability and work study programs
improve competency in various subjects. Classes are small to
provide individual attention, a very important part of this
Juniors, seniors enjoy
time in Student Center
Sophomores often look forward to their junior and senior
year when they will have the opportunity to use the Student
Center where change of pace from everyday class and closed
study hall is provided. Students can not only talk with their
friends but also have the opportunity to buy refreshments from
the snack bar, listen to the juke box, or indulge in a game of
foosball, pinball, or Space Invader.
l. David Reyes and Kris Coleman enjoy a candy bar together in Student
Center. 2. Dawn Kading and Heidi Piper use the library's sources. 3. Rob
Dowell takes advantage of the quiet library while he works. 4. Librarians
Lillian Cole and Helen Holt check out the fiction shelves.
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