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Page 15 text:
EIGHTH GRADE HOMEMAKING CLASS
Nhat has the everyday non SC16l'ltLf1C person to do 1n this new age of satellltes
and the mysterles of space? Bel1ev1ng that although the world changes, human
wants and needs for comfort happmess creatlve accompl1shment and peace
of m1nd do not, the Homemakmg Department seeks to better equ1p our young
people to satxsfy these needs
The ac t ual subject content of our many homemakmg courses 1S broad and
flex1ble as lt must be to su1t the requlrements of many 1ndiv1duals The lxst
from whic h we c hoose our umts mcludes courses ln homemaklng Personal
Gr o om xng Foods, Qhuman nutrxtlon pr1nc1ples of preparauon chenustry of
foods food preservation meal plannmg food purchasmg table arrangement and
appoxntments etlquette outdoor cookeryj Clothxng Kcolor for the mdlvxdual,
lme and deS1gIl prmcxples of constructlon wardrobe plannmg consumer buymg
ofclothmg care of clothmg alterat1ons and makeoverl Ch1ld Care Qentertam
mg, 1nter1or decoratmg and desxgn home care of the sick famlly flnance mar
r lage and famxly lxvmg, and crafts Courses 1n Home and Famxly L1vmg Kun
derstand1ngone's self problem solvlng famlly, maklng frxends datlng how to
study school act1v1t1es, etlquette and career
You can readlly see that homemakmg draws from and overlaps mto several
subject areas Thus we try to lntegrate many learmng and experlences mto a
meanmgful whole that w1ll help to prepare F1tzgerald's young people to lxve m a
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Page 14 text:
Walk into the school library. Wander through the room and see
what some of your fellow students are doing.
One is scanning the shelves for a recent novel, another is consult-
in g the dictionary for the definition of "Nationalism. " A third is busy
drawingahistorical cartoon, and others are having a good time reading
the latest fashion, sport, scientific, travel and news magazines. In the
lit e rature section a student is looking for a play, or an Italian sonnet,
while another is browsing through the science section looking at the re
c ent books on the atom, radio electricity, space Jet planes and man
The students doing research on a topic are consulting the card cata
log for the books and pamphlet material in the library, or the Readers
Guide to Periodical Literature for magazines
He r e then is a library in action a variety of materials not Just
stored but shared and used to advantage
Here are the students of today consulting the materials that will aid
them in deciding what their future plans as American adults and citizens
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Page 16 text:
ARTS AND CRAFTS
LYLE PETERS JEAN CARTER
Art classes need no spec1al programs to f1t mto the Space
Age Art as part of l1fe, naturally reflects the age wh1ch pro
duces It and wh1ch art has helped to produce Man has always
had and always w1ll have the urge to express h1s thoughts de
slres and h1s frustratlons 1n wood, metal clay, or 1n plgment
The s e exp r esslons and decoratlve forms are often our only
method of knowxng c1v1l1zat1ons of the past Just as our present
art works w1ll expla1n us to future c1v111zat1ons
Our ObJ6Ct1VES are not so much to prepare for any SpeCl.f1C
e r a, as to a1d the student 1n preparlng for a full and complete
l1fe Rather, we acqualnt the student w1th the vast ram1f1ca
t1ons of the f1eld as 1n commerclal art fme arts, mdustrxal de
s 1gn and deslgn for l1v1ng We try to ln part baSlC knowledge
and te c hnlques wh1ch can g1ve more 161SU.l'6 ture enjoyment
We axd and advxse those students xnterested 1n some art fxeld or
r e lat ed fleld as a career We try to make l1.fe ln the age of
sp ac e adventure rlcker, more satlsfyxng and more complete
We want our future generatlons to be more aware of the world
ln whlc h they lxve, and more aware of the vltal part the arts
play tn mak1ng thelr world more enjoyable
Mr L Peters
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