Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA)

 - Class of 1951

Page 20 of 184

 

Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 20 of 184
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Jields of The band is the steady heart beat of the school. If we are blue, the band is heavy and sad, but if we are full of pep and school spirit, the band is gay and light. Each year the band adds sparkle and gaiety to the football games, gives benefit performances, a band concert, and plays for several assemblies. “Do, re, me” symbolizes our music depart¬ ment which puts on several assemblies a year, sings for the Easter Pageant, entertains at the Veterans Hospital, and participates in many other worthy and beautiful projects. Drama class-work is being put into practice at Andrew Lewis. After long hours in the class¬ room learning the various tasks of the crews, the learning must be put into practice on the stage. The lighting crew, the stage crew, and the make-up crew all work like mad to get things ready for the show which must go on. The library engulfed in a silence that would do justice to an Egyptian pyramid is neverthe¬ less one of the most interesting sections of our school. With books we travel over the world, fields of science are explored, and music and art are explained.

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Instruction In the social studies classes we search the archives for records of our inheritance, our legacies. Here we live with those who have given us our heritage, our democracy, America. Clickety-clack, clickety-clack! The busy hum of typewriters, the session going on in the shorthand class, and the counting of fingers and toes in the bookkeeping class all go to¬ gether to train the student for the cold, hard world of business that lies ahead of him after graduation. The purpose of distributive education is to provide a training program for students while in school that will prepare them for an occu¬ pation. Pictured is a student doing his after¬ noon store work which begins shortly after his morning classes have ended at school. Physical Education, the subject that is taught to keep the student in shape for other classes, presents fun and enjoyment for all. Basketball, exercises, stunts, and various other types of games are engaged in by the students.



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Instruction “Ego amo te,” “Je vous aime beaucoup,” the babble created by foreign tongues, echoes down the hallowed halls. Foreign languages though difficult are very helpful in the study of English, and all college-bound students are encouraged to take at least two years of Latin or French. hmm Language Arts, the Mead Flail of Enchant¬ ment! Here we meet the minstrel, the bard, the poet, the actor, the singer, the painter, all creators of beauty, glamor and love. In this atmosphere, we as individuals are challenged by our inheritance to express our own ideas, to create, to live. Mathematics, the basic foundation of the modern world, is taught in Andrew Lewis with a thoroughness designed to last forever. For the academic course algebra, geometry, and trigonometry are offered; while the business and general courses stress advanced arithmetic, bookkeeping, and general mathematics. The objectives of the industrial arts depart¬ ment are centered in the development of various trade and industrial interests, ex¬ ploratory experiences and mechanical apti¬ tudes, stressing social needs, material values and healthful enterprise. The emphasis is put on basic processes, tools and materials which may be applicable to either vocational or avocational endeavors.

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