Benson Polytechnic High School - BluePrint Yearbook (Portland, OR)

 - Class of 1976

Page 108 of 244

 

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Yariecl. Math Classes Interest Teehrrren Preparing For Future Benson's mathematics department has built itself a reputation by offering many classes instructed by ex- cellent faculty members well versed in each field of study. One main goal ofthe department is to offer the,widest range of math courses in the city of Portland. Benson is unique in that it offers a complete pre-determined program for college bound students, and a special technical and vocational program for those students headed for industry shortly after graduation from high school. Classes range from General Math, Algebra, Geometry, Second Year Algebra QMA 3-Al, and Senior Math, to a special two year Senior Math class open to those iuniors with accelerated math skills. These students may take a high school Calculus class as seniors. There are nineteen iuniors in Senior Mathg five or so seniors in Calculus. Math department chairman is Mr. Carlton Bryson. UPPER RIGHT: Mike Raynak fl ll thinks about problem in his MA 3-4 class. MIDDLE RIGHT: Teletype used in Computer Math and Senior Math. BOTTOM: Stan Seid fl ll opens his notebook as Alan Heintz fill discusses homework assignments for their special Senior Math class. MIDDLE LEFT: Mr. Carlton Bryson appears somewhat surprised as a Blueprint cameraman catches him during lunch hour. ' is -106-

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