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

 - Class of 1985

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i ll A . l l i 'li l -, A i .5 I ii.. I . l l l I 2 i..fws-""" f ' gi? . fig l Dental Assistants Get Clinical Experience "The goals of the senior dental class is to finish the course and come out as Dental Assistants. I teach the skills needed to fulfill that role," stated Ms. 'Jackie LeGat. After completing the dental course the students, if desired, could seek ajob at a dental facility. ln the class students learned about nutrition which helps in building strong teeth, skills which help the dentist, learned to use an autoclave - 1a machine which uses high pressured steam to sterilize instruments1, and of course, learned the make up of teeth. Clinical experience is important because it makes up part of the student's grades. Clinical experience consists of thirty hours of community health service like helping in freshmen screening and going to elementary schools to teach nutrition and proper brushing of teeth. The students also need 100 clinical hours of attendance at the University of Oregon's Dental School. At the Dental School the students observe and assist the senior and junior dental students. Yo Saeng Kim said, "lt was fun and rewarding. I learned a lot." A. Cindy Westfall 1121 shows Michele Jewell 1111 how to use the vibrator to mixthe plaster. B. LeAnn Hollett1111 uses a disc sanderto smooth down the plaster mold of her finger. C. Audrey Braswell1121 checks for proper positioning of instruments in the autoclave. D. Brian Dessinger 1111 examines DeAnn Strickland's 1121 mouth while Michelle Reiner 1121 looks on. Page111

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i ,, 'Tx . ski' Med Students Obtain Emergency Training The Medical Prog ram at Benson is the only one of its kind in Portland. The program consists of four years of Health Occupations. Before the fourth year, the seniors get to choose between the Certified Nursing Assistant QCNAJ course or the Emergency Medical Technician course. lt was the first time for the CNA, First Responder, and Home Health Aide courses this year. The students who took the course were the guinea pigs. "I enjoyed teaching the First Responder and EMT classes. I'm sure their training will be beneficial in the future for them," stated Mrs. Linda Pattinson, RN, instructor. The students enjoyed these programs because they will be useful in the future. "I think that Benson's Medical Program is excellent. lt taught me a lot," stated Vicki Bailey t12l. "The program may need a little refining," stated Zora Choy i12l, but it was a success." A. Terriann Kimmey l12l practices CPR lcardiopulmonary recessitationl on an infant model. B. Seniors Thuy Le Pham, Teri Lynn White, Zora Choy. and teacher, Linda Pattinson in the First Responder class try to figure out what happened to Shannon Goetz. C. The senior medical students in Health Occupations program:- ROW 1: Terriann Kimmey, Thuy Le Pham, Chi Vu, Debbie Ream, Uyen Cao, and Hoa Hoang. ROW 2: Scott Milne, Teri Lynn White, Zora Choy, Shannon Goetz, Nancy Haack, Cheryl Carpenter, and Lan Tran. ROW 3: Kevin Congdon, Dana Dean, Michael Fung, Michelle McLaughlin, Carrie Rutis, and Janet Reese. D. Mrs. Linda Pattinson, teacher, takes a break between First Responder class sessions. E. Mrs. Margaret Machado, teacher, points to important steps to be followed while in a cIient's home. Page 110 5 A stomv' X , Wm'xnYV-20 2-CHQY N1 x BC' . t ----,un-1 -. , . 'Q



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l believe that Print Shop improved my work habits and helped me acquire a good steady printing job with pleasant atmosphere. - Lauren Pratt i12j - New Machines Send Printers To Heaven The two print shops at Benson werethe Graphic Arts department and the Graphic Communications major. The Graphic Arts shop run by Mr. David Hewitt taught sophomores how to read and assemble basic styles of type, how to make memorandum pads, how to silkscreen and duplicate. The duplication process involved mimeographing and spirit duplication. The advanced two-year, four period printing major was instructed by Mr. John Conway. As juniors, the students learned how to print with the Harris, Multilith, Chief presses and the newly acquired A. B. Dick press. They learned how to compose type on the lntertype, the Justowriter and the typesetting computer. The juniors also learned how to make line negatives, positives and halftones in the darkroom department. As seniors, the students increased their skills and prepared themselves for the printing trade. "Printing was harder than I thought it would be, but then it was extraordinarily easy after I mastered the art of troubleshooting !" revealed Steve Granquist t12j. The new machines added to the print shop were the A. B. Dick 11 x 17 duplicator and an additional work station for the typesetting computer. "We hope to purchase a large press called a Solna sometime next year," boasted Mr. Conway. ln addition to the printing departments, there was an Advanced Photography class instructed by Mr. David Small. It was open to all advanced photography students and they learned more detailed photo techniques such as solarization, production photos, commercial photography, posterization and color experimentals. Page 112 we cw., mTZ1"'f I ummm gx.s.,.Nf.! NN! is-....,,?. i A. Mr. John Conway assists juniors Terry Kimmons, Barron Carter and Bae Waggoner in sorting mats of type. B. Juniors Michael Ferguson, Michael Willison, and Heidi Schneider pose casually on a light table in the Junior Printing Shop. C. Ramon Lowe i12j manipulates the keys on the Varitype computer. D. Cuong Nguyen i1Oj silkscreens signs for the 1985 Tech Show in Mr. David Hewitt's Graphic Arts class. ,4

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