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Page 72 text:
Front row: Douglas Hansen, Janis Dorr, Keith Pierson, Gary Molgaard, Sandra Banta, Jean Sievert, Lon-
nie Sassman, Becky Christensen
Second row: Candy Kjolhede, Christine Cunard, Billy Eriksen, Ordell Weiland, Barry Smith, Phyllis
Swanson, Barbara Grieme
Third row: Brian Walsh, Cindy Schuler, Louise Friedrichsen, Peter Nielsen, Gail Huseman, Steven Jim-J
merson, Miss Range
Absent: Jayne Launderville, Mary Ann Olsen, Randy Richman
FIFTH GRADE ACTIVITIES
This is our fifth step, another year of know-
ledge and education, in learning. Not only in learn-
ing but we also have playtime .and P33195-
In a year we read two reading books and study
phonics, The parts of speech may be hard for some
of us but we try our best to learn them in English
classft is very interesting how one fraction is re-
lated to another,d and dhcawghsy are added, sub-
i 15 1' , n 1Vl e . .
tracgend' hxegthp Irie Save studied different thlngs
about our body. A contest to see which room can
Spell the best has proved a very interesting activ-
i . ,,
ty In social studies we have "met our .Northern
and Southern neighbors and have studied more
about our own country, the United States.
We have always looked forward to Halloween,
Christmas. and Valentines Day because WG have 3
special holiday party-
Front row: Jayne Buckingham, Glenda Walsh, Trudy Greene, Ranae Poller. Kathy Magnuson, Nelda
Herzberg, DeAnn Pederson, Ida Sievert
Second row: Gary Roberts, Dennis Fast, Debbie Hanson, Judy Huseman, Margaret Nordstrom, Doug Mor-
tensen, Dana Johnson, Miss Sewalson
Third row: Doug Van Pelt, Bob Kristen
topherson, Bill Dahl, Ricky Parker
son, Larry Steffes, Nancy Szssman, Donna Erickson, Jam Chris-
, Wi r 'i
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Page 71 text:
Front row Steven Peterson Steven Sassman, Karen Melander, Dennis Carlson, Shari Christensen, De
Second row Mrs Waldo Dwain Holmes, Ronald Steffes, Robert Nordman, Catherine Turpin, Curtis
Third row Michael McDanel Diane Gould, Diane Sundberg, Nancy Larsen, Brian Peterson, Christopher
Olsen Michael Oatman Linda Falck
SIXTH GRADE ACTIVITIES
Arithmetic, ancient history, geography, health,
science, English, reading and spelling, plus vocal
music, instrumental lessons and Junior Band, phy-
sical education and various art projects have pro-
vided sixth graders with a busy school day.
In addition to covering the prescribed subject
matter and the development of sixth grade level
abilities and skills, instruction has been designed to
stimulate individual initiative, increase the use of
source materials and improve study habits.
Three pupil-planned and managed parties -
Halloween, Christmas and Valentine's Day events
- provided special fun for both sixth grade
Sixth grade boys made their first public ap-
pearance on the basketball floor during half-time
periods of high school games.
Front row Patty Bell Mickey Laflm Lanny Anderson Linda McGowan, Barry Tienter, Linda Delbridge,
Second row Muns Farestad Karen Peterson Joelle Sinns Jim Norlin, Susan Schuelke, Linda Meyer.
Third row Rickey Wolfe Marla Herzberg Jean Grienke Douglas Svendsen, Donald Ryhefd. Linda Lee
Page 73 text:
Front row: Darla Van Pelt, Ricki Otto David Delbrid
, , ge, Janice Molgaard, Diana Florke, Ellen Grienke
Second row: Diane Jesse, Linda. Samuelson, Mike Binder. Danny Stieneke, Martha Hanson, Eugene Lich
tenberg, Miss Bohning
'Hurd row: Paul Peterson, Kathleen Cacek, Robert And r M
e son, aren Johnsen, Darlys Brechwald, Danny
Hallengren, Marcene Peterson
FOURTH GRADE ACTIVITIES
We, of the fourth grade, have completed many
activities this year. We have studied many things
and also had fun doing art projects.
In science, we have studied the weather, space
materials, plants, and animals. We studied the
plants and animals by bringing different types of
them. In our weather unit we made a reference re-
port on the weather conditions. We also learned
and had fun doing many experiments.
In English we learned many things about our
English language we didn't know. We also looked
up things in the dictionary and encyclopedias.
In social studies we learned of different places
in the world. We drew our own World maps and
also put on a play written by our classmates.
In arithmetic we have been studying fractions.
We also get into more complicated work of sub-
tracting and adding numbers plus multiplication
For fun, we work with clay in art class. We
had a Health and safety poster contest earlier in
the year which proved interesting.
Front row: David Boettcher, Marsha Cox, Tony Stille, Bobby Hogancamp. Danny Peterson, Mike Goos-
man, Janet, Seivert
Second row: Kandy McDanel, Marlin Weiland, Robert Becker, Tom Gustafson, Mickey Rohlk, Karen
Farestad, Miss Hornor
Third row: Claudina Grienke, Mark Johnston, Steve Johannessen, Jim Camerer, Anne Hansen, Dennis
Bruns, Betty Oatman
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