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Never Ending Frontier
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This class will now be hijacked to Cuba!! Look busy! Mr. Br0W11'S Coming.
dent alike endeavor to develop a concentrated un-
derstanding of the many principles that are involved l
in these fields. With laboratory practice many of
these principles are investigated further and stu- in W
dents are encouraged to independently develop l
skills along lines of individual interest. X
Recitation, lecture, laboratory practice and in- l
dividual tutoring aid each student to develop as .
rapidly or slowly as is necessary for understanding. g
Students majoring in science and mathe- :Q 1
matics, usually go on to college and move into many l
broad areas of the world of work. Still others will X
use these skills in the many and varied jobs obtained ofa,
directly after high school or some form of technical X
training. 2' fl X
I was riding with Mr. Reagle when the accident happened.
If rd only listened. Now what do I do?
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Science cmd Mouth
Physicists, chemists, biologists, mathematicians-
a wide field of professions. They are all bound to-
gether in a common goal, the advancement of hu-
manity through a better knowledge of the world in
which we live.
Each succeeding generation has produced its
group of dedicated men who have added to the
storehouse of scientific knowledge.
Unlike the American Frontier, officially closed
in 1890, the scientific frontier will never close due
to the ever expanding nature of the field.
The ever expanding courses offered in science
and mathematics in Clymer Central School also
represents a frontier expanding with the need for a
broader base in all areas of study. Teacher and stu-
The calm before the storm.
And the next chapter is . . . Who said that?
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"WhoT'd you soy?
Two languages, Latin, taught by Mrs. Legters, and French
under the direction of Miss Lydell, are offered to the stu-
dents at C.C.S. These courses not only teach the language
itself, but also give the students a view of the culture be-
hind the language. Majors are offered to those completing
three years of study in either language.
Who said Latin was dead? I've heard of French typewriters but Latin, too?
The Romans never had it so hard. Everybody up for exercises.
We switched to whiter, brighter Bold.
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