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Students returning to CCHS and those arriving for the first time found a few new changes in the curriculum. Those who had peirental approval par- ticipated in the new course, Family Living. Junior academic English and history were combined into a two-period American Civilization course. Physical education took a different path when boys and girls exchanged equipment to play sports usually reserved for the opposite sex. Increased enrollment created the need for more teachers in the foreign language, biology, and home economics department.
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Crowded halls became an intolerable situation for the increased student body. The reinstitution of exams brought serious objections from the stu- dents, especially seniors. A committee was or- ganized to compose a policy acceptable to all. An endless list of shortages affected the students in school and out. The school did its part in conserv- ing the nation’s limited supply of energy. Homecoming fell on October 5, and everyone was unprepared. Princesses and queen candidates were kept waiting until practically the last minute. Wide verities of fads and fashions were dis- played more than ever this year. Platform shoes, cuffed pants, plaids and checks, corn rows, and hats were a few seen daily in the halls.
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Clubs carried on many new activities which en- abled them to raise money. The Latin Club held a Roman banquet for initiation of new members. SCA sold spirit links showing the spirit for our football team in the game against Orange. NHS helped the Red Cross blood mobile by serving re- freshments after people had donated blood. FBLA and Jr. FBLA were busy during Christmas time making cards for the people at the Baptist Home and sang for them when the cards were delivered. Hi-Y had a “Walk for Mankind” from Culpeper to Madison in which both schools participated. Tri- Hi-Y sold heath candy bars instead of the usual too tsie roll banks. Varsity and Jr. Athletic Clubs also sold candy bars for a new weight machine which added to the sporting goods equipment for all boys participating in sports.
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