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The mathematics department offers to the inter-
ested students courses in general math, algebra
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, a gebra II, and both plane and solid geometry
and trigonometry. This offers an adequate prepa-
ration for either the students who are preparin
for college or for those whose academic training
wi e completed in high school.
Mr. A. B. Cooley
The algebra II class pictured below is a
splendid example of the emphasis being
placed on one of the mathematical rin-
ciples included in this specific course.
Mr. D. M. Hester
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Mr. Don Hughes 4
Assistant Coacb Q
History and English I
FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT
With a total of forty-nine students, this year's
enrollment in Spanish is the largest in the his-
tory of Liberty High School.
The aims of the course are to develop conver-
sational ability in the language of our Latin
American neighbors, to deepen our appreciation
of their culture, and to increase our knowledge
of our own language through comparison.
SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT
The courses offered in this department are Texas
history, American history, world history, Ameri-
can government, and economics. It is our pur-
pose in these narratives of events to discuss
more in detail such works and various factors
that have influenced our history, and to keep
abreast with national trends. Our aim is to pro-
mote a knowledge of the world as a whole and an
interest in American government.
Mrs. D. W. Syphrerr
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Mr. Carl R. Adams
The commercial subjects, shorthand, typing, and
junior business training are designed to give the
student practical training for the business world.
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One purpose of present day science is to help
the student think critically about scientific prob-
lems. The science of today helps the student
to understand and appreciate the attitude and
method of the scientist. Moreover, it helps him
to acquire something of the scientific attitude
himself and to apply with some degree of effi-
ciency the scientific method. Thus he develops
an inquiring mind and learns to seek the truth
rather than guess or jump at conclusions.
Mi ss Shirley Beard
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