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SPECIAL NEIGHBORS From 8:00 until 2:15, the mentally and physically handicapped attended classes in the new county building next to the school. Sixty-five students with a variety of special needs were instructed there. Trainable mentally handicapped stu- dents were learning survival skills such as how to cook and wash for themselves, how to use the city bus system, and how to report to a job on time. Also learning survival skills were the severely handi- capped. Learning to get around in walk- ers and wheelchairs was another part of their training. The physically handicapped were not as limited academically. There were spe- cial classes for the hard of hearing and for those with severe language disorders. Many of these students needed the use of walking aids as well. Another special group was comprised of students who had experienced emotional or behavioral problems at other schools. Throughout the year, many of these stu- dents were placed, or mainstreamed, into " regular " classrooms. They proved to be a valuable new addition and were enthusiastically welcomed by students and staff alike. 5. Mario Hurst dances to an upbeat tune. THEME 7 Zr
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1. Mr. Paul Sweet, Principal of JJHS West, 2. These Special Olympians treat themselves to beams. well-deserved lunch.
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WAIT UNTIL . . . Freetime seemed to be worth its weight in gold. Freetime was something exhausted very slowly — such as a favorite piece of candy — and was enjoyed by everyone. Lunchtime was a favorite time out of the many to choose from. It was a time to do whatever you liked. You could eat, play games, or just visit with all your friends. It was one of the most memorable freetime activities of the year. verse with frie fore the next class stretch out be- Everyone enjoyed talking and sharing each other ' s company. This was what freetime was all about. What motivated students to come to school most was their friends. Without friends, school would be boring and people wouldn ' t look forward to going to school. Another aspect of freetime was passing period. Passing period was a time to con- Freetime was something earned, not giv- en. B KKK ' ■■ m 1 . Jenny Turner and John Thoma never have " free time " working in the office. 2. Lisa Schmitz awaits a response to her " check. ' 3. Obhvious to her surroundings, Rosa Arenales studies her English. 4. Free time isn ' t only for students, as shown by Mr. Tony Jones. Y 8 THEME
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