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Page 57 text:
Students can always l e seen shooting baskets in the gym showing off their acquired skills.
Mrs. Sherwin shows off one of her reccntb obtained posters.
These freshmen boys enjoy one of the many sports played in Phy. Erl.
Health class is important in the Phy Ed. Department.
Page 56 text:
PHYSICAL EDUCATION BUILDS COORDINATION
The Physical Education Department went all out this year by adding extra sports which are not usually included within the curriculum. rcher and almost anything goes were combined with howling, tennis. Ivaduiiuton, volleyball, and bike riding to prove Lifetime Sports to be very active as well as enjoyable.
Mrs. Shenvin and Mr. Volkmau were kept running by participating in the sports right along with the students. Tournaments were held, putting the best players on top. Yet there was plenty of competition and struggles to get on the top.
Mr. Volkmau taught Health classes again this year. He stressed the importance of keeping the InkI in shape through class lectures and demonstrations.
Mrs. Shenvin also taught several elementary classes this year in the areas of physical education.
The senior lx vs demonstrate their "fitness” during the student council Christmas party.
Page 58 text:
For the second year. Spanish I has been offered at Mhans High School. This course is offered through an exchange program with Juda. Mrs. Richardson comes to Mbany each morning to instruct the class in the Language as well as the Spanish culture.
I'nder the instruction of Mrs. Richardson. Spanish students grasp both the oral and written concepts of the Spanish language. Through the use of films, slides, and supplementary texts, the Spanish classes become familiar with this foreign culture.
Foreign exchange students from South merica added a great deal of input to the class this year. Students were able to gain more knowledge of this foreign culture by having these exchange students in their class.
'Hie objectives of the department are to create knowledge alxmt the Spanish culture and to teach the language itself.
Foreign exchange students from South America; licia and Tony, proved to be a great asset to the Spanish 1 class. Here Micia points out some cultures of Brazil.
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