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ln order for the student to understand some
of the phases of biology, laboratory demon-
stration and experiment is necessary. Mr.
Richard Adler shows his students an ex-
ample of one ofthe biological processes.
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Physics, Applied Science
Plane Geometry, Solid
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Charles Lewis Q i
Elinor Thompson conducts an experiment
under the guidance of Mr Charles Lewis
While Sue Cook and Bob Deitnclc look on
very attentnvely Most students find chem
istry very interesting because of the many
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everly Stone and Lowell Thomas show that they are NUNCY Sffeelef and Don POPS d'5' Mrs' Kuhls advanced algtbro T:uc:jn'1llecr3 aggebr
onscientious students of solid geometry as Mr. Zoet COVCY 5'-'fme Of the Pfinciples of BY domg pon of f el' wo' ui' e GC our ' .re
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Mr' Rotrockl Barents are making line graph calculations.
ABQRATORY SCIENCES A D TH
The science department aids students to learn more
about themselves and the world they live in. Biology
takes them through the evolution of plants and ani-
mals from the smallest masses of protoplasm and
algae to the study of man. Chemistry students learn
about the basic and most important natural elements
which comprise the earth's surface. Further study of
matter and energy is part of the course of study in
physics. Applied science gives to students a working
knowledge of those aspects of biology, chemistry,
and physics most useful to them in everyday living.
ln addition to the textbook-covered subjects, Bent-
ley students learn many more things in their science
classes. They learn to be careful with delicate equip-
ment and dangerous chemicals. And most important
world of living things.
The mathematics department offers a wide assort-
ment of courses for those who like to work with
numbers. ln plane geometry pupils secure practice
in the principals of reasoning and proving statements.
Advanced algebra gives students a further study of
algebra and its application. For those students who
intend to make math or science their vocation, solid
goemetry is offered, which is the first mathematical
introduction into the field of three dimensions. Trigo-
nometry is a tool subject needed for much advanced
work. lt gives students a background for studying
higher mathematics, sciences, and for preparing for
medical and other scientific professions. The study of
math is a useful addition to any student's life.
they acquire an awareness and appreciation of the
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6, Elizabeth Gibbons
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Plane Geometry, Advanced
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Plane Geometry, Algebra
To plane geometry students it is essential that they
do their daily assignments. These students begin
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Many interesting skits are put on in
the home and family living classes.
Here Joyce Raymond, Merwyn Mc
McPherson, Gordon Hoffman, and
Barbara Bentley demonstrate some-
thing often enioyed by high school
students, a "double date".
ln a democracy such as we have, each citizen has a right to express his opinion. Our
American Government classes encourage the students to take an active part in their
government. These future citizens Dixon Chapman, Liz Gaiffe, John Newberg, and Mary
Lou Thacker discuss, in a formal debate, the problem of segregation.
Home and Family Living
Dorothy Chandler Terrence Connors Peter Kokenakes Fred McGlone Dominic Paris
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States History llY l-Wing States History, American Government Government
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