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A revolutionary and new educational process con-
fronted students when they entered school on Septem-
ber 9, 1966. The old order . . . the old education system
had changed. . .
and as they en
The old order changes . . . tered school Og
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that first day
last fall, with anxious eyes . . . hopeful hearts . . . and
eager minds, they became a part of the birth of a new
era in the educational process at CHS.
The old order had changed . . . Magsig, the junior
high building, became a part of the high school provid-
ing students with a campus atmosphere . . . team teach-
ing went into full swing with courses in English, social
studies, and sciences, all having large group lectures
. . . days were divided into fifteen half-hour modules.
To house sixth, seventh, and eighth graders two middle
schools were constructed . . . Tower Heights and Hither-
green . . . designed to perfect team teaching methods
. . . dividers replaced walls between classrooms . . . air
conditioning and carpet enhanced the learning process.
Hours of hard work . . . loyalty . . . responsibility . . .
all traits that were developed during four of the most
impressionable years of a person's life guided them
through another year of accomplishment, achievement,
and above all, a deeper understanding of themselves
and the world of which they were a part.
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Hithergreen Middle School gives sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students a chance to develop own interests at own rate of speed.
Only eleven years ago, C. W. Magsig was the only school in Washington
Township. Now, in l967, with an increasing number of students, it becomes
part of the high school and houses freshmen and sophomores.”