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7 Students develop skills for future homemaking Home economics courses enable students to de- velop skills in everyday living. The classes include Textiles and Clothing, Child Development, Personal and Family Living, and Foods and Nutrition. Junior Terry Karpan, who took Textiles and Cloth- ing, said, " I ' ve learned a lot about the updated styles in clothes and how to make them. " Elizabeth Edwards, instructor of the Foods and Nu- trition course, said, " It is a growing department with a lot of activity and enrichment. That helps the stu- dents with current, everyday family living. " 1. Mike Edwards is bombarded with globs of chocolate pudding during a stimulus in Creative Writing. 2. Treasa Wikerslam enthusi- astically writes in her English journal. 3. Gretchen Kauffman shows Bruce Johansen how to correctly write his composition. 4. Carol White effectively distracts her class and finds a chance to blow bubbles. 5. Sherry Marshall and Denise Holten put finishing touch- es on their Textiles and Clothing projects. 6. Pam Grubb attempts to make ice cream in Foods and Nutrition. 7. Students in Child Development class listen intently to Patricia Schwartz ' s lecture. 111
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Advanced classes prove successful Advanced Placement English and Senior English were introduced this year to senior students. Combining both Expository Writing and Literary Masterpieces, these classes consist of composition and literature and were created as college preparatory courses. Gretchen Kauffman, who teaches both classes, commented on A. P. English, " It is a wonderful opportunity for high school students to be rewarded for hard work and commitment. Receiving col- lege credit in high school saves valuable time and lots of money! " Creative writing, journalism, drama, and debate are other elective courses offered by the English department. no
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1 1. Tricia Zarley smiles in front of Notre Dame Cathedral, saying, " If my friends could see me now! " 2. Maria Creagh makes a grammatical point with vigor! Russ Kuhn looks scared to death! 3. Joanne Frank loves it when someone answers incorrectly because, according to the rules, they must r emain standing until they get it right! 4. Lanette Greco takes tiny bites of her briche de Noel so that they will fit in her mouth, (but we all know better). 112
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