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Qne of mc,-,'s oldesg ans, poffery making, Practice, practice, and more practice help make the
interests Mr. John Glanz and his students. marching band even better.
Student director Janet Campbell waves the chorus Singing 5"'l"'95 follow MY- DOY' M0I'flS' CGSUUI
through a difficult arrangement. direction during orchestra rehearsal.
Music is the most social of the fine arts. lt is the art we
enjoy together, and the more there are present, the greater is
the ioy for each one who participates. For students interested
in singing, glee club and social groups develop the musical
abilities beyond the point reached in general music. lt is in-
tended that these groups may sing on programs in the school
and community. Senior chorus offers opportunities to all stu-
dents for participation in group singing activities. Several
public appearances are made. Traditional among these arc
the annual Christmas Program and the annual Spring Festival.
Robert Clark John Glanz
The Bentley band and orchestra also make public appear-
ances. They play at auditorium assemblies, concerts, and other
activities in and around Bentley.
ln the-visual arts section Bentley students have a choice of
many different media. Commercial illustration and' design,
lettering, poster work, painting, ceramics, and sculpturingff
all are offered in the art classes.
Whether in music or the visual arts, the fine arts depart-
ment provides many opportunities for artistic development.
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Jackie Mepyans Donald Morris
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THE RAcTicAL ARTS
cover what he wishes to make his lite vvork.
Bentley's course in driver training is growing in importance each year, both
to the benefit of the students and ot the community. lt is offered to grades ten
through twelve. Another program, library training, has two goals in mind. The
tirst is to Otter a complete library service to students and teachers fvith the help
ot student assistants. Secondly, the course gives technical experience to the
people that select this course.
Related instruction is new at Bentley this year. It is an arrangement .where-
by the student may work outside ot school while taking courses related to his
work. The student receives academic credit tor working both inside and outside
of school. This is one more step in the direction ot learning by doing.
Bentley's practical arts department carries out the ideas of education
through application in actual situations. This phase ot the curriculum is the final
touch to a well-rounded education for each individual.
Triple trouble, boil and bubble, Grace Witt, Shirley Clark, and
Virginia Deboutte amuse Mrs. Grace Wallace with their cooking
Every week Bentley's librarians check out hundreds of books. Each takes his turn doing a
particular iob. At this time Sue Elliott checks outa book for Carol Loucks and librarians,
Mrs. Rachael Hilbert and Mrs. Ruth French are going through the over-due book cards.
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Lester Anders Erika Gans Jack Hudnut Joane Parker Margaret Provan
Physical Education Physical Education
HYSICA DUCATICDN AN
As working is not the only part of adult life, we must learn
how to relax and practice fair play in group games such as
the activities at Bentley portray. ln their physical education
classes Bentley's instructors try to promote and maintain
vigorous physical and mental health through teaching games,
skills, and rhythms that involve neuro-muscular skills. They
develop a high caliber sportsmanship by stressing team acti-
vities that involve an understanding of the rules and respect
Physical Education Physical E d u c a t i o n
for the rights of others on the field of play, they also train
boys and girls in recreational sports so they may enioy them
in their leisure time.
The study of health is a most important part of this pro-
gram. Students learn how to understand themselves and their
problems, keep their bodies functioning in a healthful man-
ner, present a good personal appearance, and develop
How to get a different slant on life is demonstrated in
Girls learn volleyball techniques in their gym class from
Mrs. Joanne Parker and the gym assistants Jeanne Cesarz
and Jean Johnson.
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