Perry Meridian High School - Passages Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

 - Class of 1984

Page 170 of 264

 

Perry Meridian High School - Passages Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN) online yearbook collection, 1984 Edition, Page 170
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A Time for SometMiig Extra Summer school in Pern ' township was a place where students came to school diuing the summer for four weeks and learned about subjects of their choice. At Perr}.- Meridian the following courses were offered: Enghsh I, II, III, and I\ ' , insight- people , science fiction , Algebra III ES, and drivers ' education . Book rental cost was two dollars except for drivers ' education which was seventy-seven dollars. Students who took drivers ' education _ realized that they did not get an academic credit for the course, and their grade would not be used in figuring their grade point average because the course wasn ' t equal to a fuU semester credit. It wasn ' t even half of a semester credit. The Driver ' s Education teachers went over the same ideas as in the regular course, but they didn ' t go into it in depth as well as during regular school. Any student who planned to take summer school at schools other than Perry Meridian and Southport had to get written per- mission from Mr. Robert Banks, counselor, in the guidance depart- ment. Transportation was not provid- ed for students who took summer school. At Southport, US History I and II, US Government, sociology. Algebra III ES, and drivers ' educa- tion were taught. It gave students an opportunity to take a wider variety of courses instead of only having one main summer school to go to. Mr. Robert Dunn explained how simimer school worked, " There were eight weeks of summer school with two sessions of four weeks. Each class was two hours long which meant that in one session, one got eighty hours of knowledge. " He also explained about why he thought peo- ple took various classes, " In English, most students were trying to make up for flunking the course. In Algebra III ES, advanced students were taking their second year of algebra and just trying to get it out of the way. In drivers ' education, they tried to get it out of the way of their schedule and wanted to take it while there was good weather. " Suzi Thoman ' 86 said, " I went to summer school to take drivers ' education and to go ahead and take Algebra III ES to get it out of the way. The classes were easier and longer. " Patrick Cherry ' 86 stated, " I went to learn how to drive a car. It 166 SUMMER SCHOOL

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