Northwestern Community High School - Expedition Yearbook (Flint, MI)

 - Class of 1978

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if 4--L 1 pin., ...W 9 .,,, My ., "We will take good care of this young man"l .5 Lifting the patient out of bed. M-.N Putting the patient in bed. im"fs-,-W.,,,,,,..,, The New Medical Care Magnet Program offered for the first time to all Flint students, provided vocational training and skills appropriate for immediate post high school employment. The Health Care Facility included training in Dental Lab, Dental Assistance, Medical Lab, Abnormal Psychology, Nurse Aide and Health Occupations. Mrs. Margaret Washburn was chairperson for the department and taught along with Miss Patricia Taunt, Mr. David Thomas, Mr. Pete Pennock and Mr. Don Foxworth. Mrs. Sedgewick, Cnurse aid teacherj familiarized students with various health occupations, the basic principles of first aid such as charting, patient care and introduced students to the hospital and nursing home facilities. Mrs. Washburn, CI-Iealth Occupationsj offered basic nursing skills used in many health occupations such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, orthopedics, dietary, housekeeping and reception work. Miss Taunt's duties fDental Assistantj involved helping students learn how to assist the dentist in his office such as preparing the patient for dental work, making teeth impressions, taking teeth x-rays, performing reception, clerical, secretarial and office needs and doing selected dental laboratory work. Mr. Thomas CDental Lab Tech.j taught the routine of working in a dental lab such as learning the use of different dental lab machinery. Medical Lab, taught by Mr. Pennock, offered students an opportunity to gain a working knowledge of basic medical laboratory proceedures. The successful student used this training either as direct vocational education to secure medical laboratory employment, or as a strong foundation upon which to further his medical care education. Abnormal Psychology, taught by Mr. Foxworth, drew students who were interested in the field of medicine. The course mainly covered the study of both neurotic and psychotic individuals. To assure success, Psychology was strongly recommended as a prerequisite. 27

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6 68,9 Inventin and Preston use voltage and current meters. . Mg Qf r ,.- li. ui' Craig and William "team up" to obtain experiment data. While Electricity classes have been a part of Northwestern since 1964. the Magnet Program is in its first year. Now three rooms are used. The small room, 110, serves as a study area for both first year Occupational Electricity and second year Industrial Electricity. Both laboratory rooms have wall to wall carpeting. The first year of training is basic. It is the launch pad to studies in medical electronics. radio, T-V. radar, automotive. heating and air conditioning, appliance repair and computers, to mention only a few. The second year student begins a specialized course. Expertness is developed in the use of electric motors, generators, electric wiring, motor controls and related study. The laboratory is crammed full of up-to-date intricated equipment. This is career training at its best. In the first year laboratory. there are twelve work stations for a capacity of 24 students. Each station has a large wood box full of components, a three-drawer storage cabinet, a power supply and a meter. The power supply provides direct current, alternating current. audio frequency signals, radio frequency signals and a speaker. Other portable equipment includes such equipment as an oscilloscope. a signal tracer, and a transistor tester. Some projects are built and some repairs of equipment are done by students. Half of the students time is taken with doing experiments, using the components and the equipment to good advantage. Many students take additional training in the armed services, Bell and Howell Schools, or other technical training to qualify for a more desirable career. High school training in the electrical-electronics field helps insure success in advanced training careers. is 'Zi i . . - I ' A 122 I f ff f A ..,. 1 i xg .f-f""' gb' N-.,! fmt: il 5 ,df ghb iz!!! Troy and David check out circuits after building them. Electrical-Electronics Proved Highly Beneficial 28

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