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Math And Science Courses Help Students Occasionally strange smells assaulted the nos- trils of students in the halls of RHS, and their origin soon became evident— the chemistry lab. However, as well as producing weird noises and foul odors, chemistry students learned to be careful, alert, and above all else— to follow di- rections. In biology class a completely new world opened up under the powerful eye of the microscope, and students learned to appreciate Mother Nature in all her splendor. Physics class helps to explain the " whys " of heat, motion, and energy. Mathematics proves to be very valuable to everyone — " doctor, lawyer, and Indian chief. " At Roanoke a complete math program, consist- ing of geometrv, general math, three years of algebra, and trigonometery, is offered. HOW LONG i ,fl; 12
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Courses Prove Popular With Roanoke Students Many business courses are ottered at Roanoke, including general business, which offers basic understanding of commerce, typing, shorthand, office practice, a course in which students .ap- ply their knowledge and training by serving as secretaries to the teachers, and bookkeeping, which teaches students to keep accurate and complete records. Typing proves to be valuable tD anvone, regardless of future plans, and short- hand provides a basic system for taking dic- tation. Top— Mr, Fecher shows the first year typing class ihe proper way to sit and to type. Center— Speed and accuracy are the main goals typine students Judy Dager, Barbara Williams, Lynn Crabbs. and Judy Schenkel are trying to attain. Bo fom— Bookkeeping problems are soKed only by hare work and concentration, as these students arc finding. 11
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Prepare For Many Fields Of Work Left page top— Biology studonts Allan Williains and Delores Williams feed the hungry fish in the school aquarium. Left jHi c l ( tt(im— harry Williams and Larry Middlctou carefully prepare an experiment for thi ' colle cting; ot oxygen. Right— Mr. Ehlers examines the answer that Myra Corll and Roger Colelesser found in seventh grade math class Center— Mrs. Wiedenhoeft demonstrates the difference between radius and circumference to Mike Farrell in geometry class. Bottom rig it— Doug Thomas carefully records his com- putations on the slide rule in advanced algebra class. 13
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