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Page 78 text:
Front row: Lynn Osborne, David Coombs, Dee Ann Rath, Charles Rydstrom
Second row: Mrs. McCabe, Robert Wilt, David Smith, Richard Rydstrom, Mr. Thiemen
FAIRVIEW JUNIOR HIGH ACTIVITIES
In Junior High we are changing from grade
school to high school. Along with this we must as-
sume more responsibilities and make changes in
our study habits. We have seven subjects to pre-
pare for each day.
Our activities include physical education class
twice a week, music classes every day, some of
us have instrumental lessons once a week and art
class once a week. During the Winter months, the
boys play several basketball games with other
Junior Highs. We also take part in presenting pro-
grams for community meetings.
We find Junior High fun, although it involves
FAIRVIEW MUSIC ACTIVITIES
Music classes include singing in unison and in
parts. To help us in sight reading and in rhythm
we use syllables and counting. Our musical games
such as Baseball and Fine, are a help in learning
the musical symbols.
Listening to different types of music by record
helps to give the student an appreciation of the
Further rhythm training is achieved by folk
daglices, square dances and the simple action rec-
'Pupils are given the opportunity various times
:luring the school year to perform, either by solo
or in a group.
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Front row: Bobby Launderville, Douglas Greene, Bruce Frederick, Julie Christensen, Eldon Lichtenberg,
Renae Bergquist, Beth Farestad, Vicky Alkire
Second row: Tommy Huseman, Ann Hill, Edward Hanson, Ruth Beard, Marvin Nehring, Steven Adams,
Vanessa Hammond, Janeen Martin, Joleen Swanson
Third row: Bruce Radke, Evelyn Moore, Elaine Becker, Kathy Cox, Barbara Marshall, Cheryl Brueggert,
Linda. Goodman, Steven Volt, Miss Essman
In kindergarten we learn many new things.
At first we learn our colors by using colored name
tags and colored circles on each table. Each month
We sat at a different table with a different colored
We learned to Write our numbers up to ten.
In the first semester we learned to count to five.
In the second semester we finished counting to ten.
To learn our alphabet we made a book con-
taining pictures Which we put in alphabetical order.
Also during the year we learned to tie our
shoes and write our first and last name. We learn-
ed numerous songs and finger plays, also acted
We colored and painted many different things
for art. Also we had different units on families,
pets, holidays, toys, winter, and farms. Part of our
learning is to share and get along with our family
and playmates. '
One of our biggest thrills was having our
mothers at our Christmas party.
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Front row: Joni Witzke, Randy Sassman, Julie Sandine, Kathy Sundberg, Nicholas Stille, Lynn Reasor,
Davey Nelson, Tommy Laffin
Second row: Marvin Mortensen, Jeff Kjolhede, Don Post, Marlene Morrow, Sue Poulson, Mary Norlln,
Nancy Stokes, Patti Schuler, Mike Mahn
Third row: Alan Bruns, Duane Camerer, Howard Diischer, Patty Saathoff. Charles Specketer, Billy Sig-
lin, Dave Mortensen, Roxy Remillard. Miss Essman
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if FAIRVIEW FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES
Front row: Carol Edwards, Linda Rath, Robert Peterson, David Kjolhede, Susan Rath, Marsha Friedrich
Second row: Mrs. Gould, Robert Jensen, Robert Mallison, Larry Jensen, Patricia Schuldt, Michael In-
gram, Shirley Heschke, Kathleen Frederickson
Third row: Janis Peterson, Barbara Kraemer, Raymond Friedrich, Kurt Frederickson, David Meyer, John
FAIRVIEW FIFTH AND
SIXTH GRADE ACTIVITIES
Having races at the blackboard in arithmetic
seems to prove both enjoyable and helpful in our
Correct usage of words and improving our man-
ners are being stressed in our language classes.
In social studies, the fifth grade has increased
their knowledge of our 50 states by learning the
location, the correct spelling, and the capitals of
each state. Also each pupil was assigned either five
or six states to write reports on.
In both health-classes, each pupil is to make
up a crossword puzzle over material covered in the
One of the events enjoyed by the pupils was
the community meeting in January, at which time
they presented two plays, "The Hill Billy Wed-
ding" and "The Little Red Schoolhouse."
FAIRVIEW THIRD AND
FOURTH GRADE ACTIVITIES
Arithmetic classes find the third grade learn-
ing to carry and borrow, and the fourth grade
learning multiplication and division processes.
Reading time is fun and busy. Looking up new
words and learning their meanings, learning and
reviewing phonics rules, dramatizing stories, and
reading orally with expression take up our time.
We also enjoy Weekly Readers.
Social Studies is quite different for the two
grades. fI'he third grade reads and learns of our
community and others like it, while the fourth
grade begins history of our country and map study.
t Science offers experiments for us to eagerly
I .We hope that by working in groups and in-
dnndually the best in each child may be brought
FAIRVIEW THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES
Front row: Cherie Dyslin, Lynn Peterson, Mary Christensen, Lee Meyer, Rodney Bruns, Kathleen An-
derson, Diane Rehnstrom, Bruce Edwards
Second row: Sherleen Clausen, Rodney Frederickson, Alvern Friedrich, Mrs. McMurray, Gary Bruns,
Maren West, Steven Mallison
Absent: Randall Hill, Roger Lundberg
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