Peru High School - Narcissus Yearbook (Peru, IN)

 - Class of 1982

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A..,N Senior Shawn Buffingtin works to finish her assignment for Government. Junior Yvonne Grimmert uses her notes as she looks for answers to finish completing her worksheet. M, an K 6 ,arf . Government is designed o teoch students how our :ountry's government is run nd how to function in our emocrocy, sold Mr. Borrie kossi, government teocher. Sociology which is tought oy Mr. Schuckel is o closs hot enobles students to itudy humon behovior in ninority groups. Students Iso explore such topics os orrioge ond fomily hovior ond the longevity f oging ond deoth. Psychology is the study f individuol humon hovior which is tought by Vlr. Lon Skinner, who olso 'eoches Government. Current Problems which xplores the problems of odern society ond current vents os they hoppen uring the course of the semester is tought by Mr. Bob Biddle. Students in the Principles of Citizenship closs leorn how to function in the high school. Students olso study coreer choices through diol occess ond guest speokers. By the end of the semester students should hove o good ideo of whot type of coreer they wont, stoted Mr. Micheol Coblentz, Principles of Citizenship teocher. The closs is olso tought by Mr. Kent Kimple. Sociol Studies closses try to exploin the world oround us. Students ore given 0 chonce to understand themselves ond the world better through Sociol Studies, odded Mr. Schuckel. During Government, students listen os Mr. Rossi explains the lesson for the day. Sociol Studies-

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Taking time out before their Sociology class to discuss the days events are juniors Anita Douglass and Tyla Steele. Senior Government students listen os Listening to class discussion during Mr, Barrie Rossi discuss the assignment Government are seniors Greg Loe, and with them. Joe Maxwell. GUVEIINMENT Living in a Democracy by if 1' Students in Mr. Rassi's Geography class listen as he discusses the chapter they are studying. -2 There is a wide range of Social Study courses offered here so as to help prepare students for his place in the political life in the U.S. said Mr. Ron Schuckel, department chairman. Among the selections there are four classes that are required which include United State History for juniors, one semester of Government for seniors, either Sociology, Psychology, or Current Problems forjuniors or seniors and Principles of Citizenship for freshmen. Other classes offered are World Civilization, 20th Century World, Indiana State and Local Affairs, Minorities, and Geography. One major strength in the Social Studies department said Mr. Schuckel is the opportunity for Independent Study. Junior Suzie Orr said that she thought Independent Study helped students better understand the unit which they were studying because it gave students a better chance to work on their own and still learn something. She also added that each person can work with the readings and dial access tapes and get a more realistic view of events than the book may be able to give to them. Students have a long list of readings to do from different books. The purpose of these units is to allow each student to do an in-depth study of a topic using the readings and dial access tapes of his choice Suzie said. 5 6 -Social Studies



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CINVEIIC XTIIN Sag if Foreign Mrs. Rebecca Chittum, French teacher, starts class off right by taking attendance. Junior Mark Pflug, sophomore Jon Faust, and junior Kurt Pogue improve their German by such activities as this skit. "Any foreign language is type of foreign language. a very important part of When students decide ta society today," said Ms. E. take a foreign language Gomez, Spanish teacher. class they have three She also stated that when a different choices which person applies for ajob in a include Spanish, German, t company that has overseas and French. business they have a much In Spanish, students , better chance of receiving learned basics to the l the job if they know some Spanish language. They l 'Am Sampling different types of food during Improving their German vocabulary, German class are sophomores Doug freshman Andi Disbro acts as Q Dorling and .Ioe Tully. customer in sophomore Hazel McCoy's German restaurant, E 2 58-Foreign Languages

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