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Page 13 text:
From Physical Science to inverte-
brate Zoology to Physics, the students probed
the science world. Physical science is a re-
quired subject for freshmen, but from then
on it was love it or leave it. Many students
loved it and under the direction of Mr. Ron
Frary and Mr. Millard Merkwan, they learned
the ins and outs of science experiments and
1. Ron Frary. 2. Millard Merkwan. 3. It’s hard to keep
a straight face in Mr. Merkwan's biology class. 4. Connie
and Diane, no doubt, went to great lengths to con-
struct this tetrahedron. 5. If I could just see the darn
Page 12 text:
From Algebra I to Trigonometry the
students at CHS enjoy, at least sometimes,
the chance to learn new ways to solve old
problems. Algebra I or General Math is
required for all freshmen but with the help
of Dean Olson and Mrs. Lois Kaltsulas, the
complicated, they found, was really the
simple with a lot of trimmings.
1. Mrs. Lois Kaltsulas. 2. Dean Olson. 3. When all
others give up. this general math student keeps at it.
4. Co-operative assignments makes math a little easier.
5. Mrs Kaltsulas holds this groups attention as she
explains a problem in Algebra I class.
Page 14 text:
I before e except after c. Many English courses
are offered at CHS from English I to Shakespeare. Under
the guidance of Mrs. Mary Keller. Mrs. Grace Winters,
Mrs. Nancy Schoenhard, Mrs. Mary Jo Nelson, and Mrs.
Charlotte Cadwell, all students get rules and examples
until they can say them backwards and sideways. English
I is required for freshmen and Basic Literary Analysis and
some speech class for sophomores.
1. Mrs. Mary Keller. 2. English I. which is required of all freshmen stu-
dents, consists of one semester of literature and one semester of gram-
mar. 3. Mrs. Nancy Schoenhard. 4. Mrs. Mary Jo Nelson. 5. Cindy
Hutmacher concentrates on an Advanced Grammar assignment. 6.
Basic Literary Analysis is a new Enlish subject required of all sopho-
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