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Math Facts and Figures Math is a very interesting subject. We learn a lot from if It helps us in many ways and different situations. We learn the different processes of Math, such as fractions, pro- portions, equations, and much more. It is a very important subject, and we learn a lot from it. Layout by Kim Grey You can ' t take a break from math J Mr " Q " explains " pi times the radius. " Comparing grades? Time out from math for a photo. She ' s smiling, but math is serious business.
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Social Living — Learning About Life Social Living — a serious subject Social Living is a very educational class. We learn lots of things that have to do with getting along in life. We learn about the reproductive system, V.D., Birth control, Drugs, and lots of other important things. We see a lot of films about these subjects. We also have guest speakers, such as a cop tell- ing us about drugs, and women who have been molested and beaten. I think that everybody who pays attention in class will benefit greatly from it. Matt Alward. Layout by Rummy Sandhu Social Living is a popular among 8th grade students. Dr. Sperber leading a discussion on a serious subject. Listening carefully
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Mr. Freeman and seventh grade scientists Middle: worl ing out the answers to experiments Bottom: Mr Dean shows how. Science — Scientists in Training Science is a course every 7th grade student is re- quired to tal e at King Jr. High. They start out the year learning rules of safety that will get them ready to use Nitric Acid and other chemicals of science. Then they start their first science book which lasts most of the year. This book has 9 chapters. They work at learning different science facts. Everyone has a partner to do their experiments with chemicals. They get instructions for their experiments in a text book. Then after the experiment they write their results in their record book. They have to finish at least 2 chapters a grading period to get a passing grade. Then toward the end of the year they start a New book which teaches mainly about the problems and effects of drug and alchohol use. Most people don ' t make it to the book after that before the end of the year, except a few good students. At the end of the year 7th graders are happy to finish the book. Layout by Guadalupe Jasso Concentrating on an experiment Mr. Dean helps students achieve. 67
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