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Science Entailes Experimentation
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Since an understanding of Science is essential in today's world,
various courses were offered at Northwestern which allowed the students
to acquire a broad background in this field. The courses ranged from
General Biology to Chemistry and Physics, Environmental Study, Small
Animals and House Plants. All of the courses were geared toward giving
the student a better understanding of himself and his world.
The science program involved everything from recording changes in
the weather to the dissecting of cats and frogs. Field trips were planned
to give the students a chance to see science in practice.
During the summer of 1977, preparations were made for the addition
of eleven new medical care courses to the science curriculum. Since
students and counselors were not familiar with these offerings before
school opened, only four of the eleven new courses had enrollments large
enough to continue this year. Each course was taught with special
emphasis on the relationship between course content and the broad
After completing all required work in the medical laboratory,
qualified students could become certified laboratory aides giving each a
good foundation for any medical care profession.
Because of the many vocational opportunities offered in the medical
care profession and as our students and parents become more aware of
the excellence of the program, we anticipate a full schedule here at
Northwestern next fall.
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Social Studies Past, Present, The Future
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Social studies courses are taught to make students aware of the
past to prepare them for the future. The Social Studies
Department added the new class, Employment Ability Skills, to
its' curriculum and is taught by Mr. George Nassif. The class
deals with preparing Northwestern students for the future by
helping them to center their interest around job choices. Its' main
objective is to help the students choose a career that they were
interested in and teach skills required in that particular career.
For instance, if being a. secretary was a chosen profession, classes
in typing and business would be a necessity. The class emphasizes
good grooming habits. the do's and don'ts of a job interview, work
in career labs that orientate students to different careers and
listening to guest speakers discuss various careers. Students had
to maintain a "c" or above average to participate in this class.
Two new teachers as well as three counselors were added to
the department. They are as follows: Mr. Ryan, Mr. Nagy, Mrs.
Ratner, Mrs. Artis and Mr. Cowsert. Course offerings included
Economics, American Presidents and History. In order to make
class activities more enjoyable, the students participated in class
discussions on issues of importance, went on field trips, did much
book work and enjoyed the use of audio-visual materials as a
learning tool in the classroom. Mr. Frank Mishina is department
head. No matter what type of Social Studies a student chooses to
take, it will provide him with an indepth look at himself and his
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