Peru High School - Narcissus Yearbook (Peru, IN)

 - Class of 1982

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JC" X' ll :X x"Y vxxx-X? Q MX? 1-.S ,....--sr L IE E Q sr f p. -mils kv .M what cl :re introduced to Xdvanced Art students. 'hey also learn print naking, and commercial :rt is studied to a limited iegree. "Crafts is a fun class if fou like to work with your 1ands," stated Miss Helen Sudewitz, art teacher. Students also learn to make pottery and ceramics. Students are introduced to stained glass in Advanced Crafts. Drafting is introduced along with three dimensional techniques. They also learn fabric sculpture. s C, -.:. K X Thlnklng thoughts of spring while painting flowers during hls arr class is junior Mark Pflug. Busily working on their clay prqecrs during art are sophomores Belinda Johnson and Chad Schreiber. Sophomore Karen Greer removes her Batik from the dye bath in crafts, Y 1 he members ofthe Fireside Art Club along with art students from the high school are just a few people whose works have been shown in the Art Gallery. The Art Gallery is open during all activities that take si ., i .. E MM C 3, . 34 . A 1 ..-so . :C it '1- 5 1' place in the auditorium such as the Rodeo, All-School play and Ole Olsen productions. Rolling out clay for his an' prqecr is senior art student Bill Raber. Adding a design to her an' project is sophomore Shannon Bowman. Art-69

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Junior Brian Mathis puts the finishing Putting her Batik on a board to dry is touches on his stained gloss prcyect for junior Art student Jackie Astrup. ,..- advanced crafts. Art bound students have a choice of four different art courses which include A'l'l '11 Beginning .Advanced Art, Beginning Crafts, and Advanced Crafts Draw, paint, and sculpture Students im rove their First year art students listen as Miss Helen Budewitz explains the lesson for the day, Working on his clay mask isjunior second year art student Bill Hodge. 68-Art P drawing skills and experiment with many medias in art. Students also if 'fy e f learn methods of painting with ink, tempera, and watercolors. They also learn to letter and make posters. Junior Brian Mathis said he took art because he wanted to learn the different types of art and to improve his drawing skills. Acrylic and oil painting



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EXPERIMEN' ' Science in Action "Science and technology are increasingly important in everyone's life. Without a basic understanding of scientific principles and their applications to the real world, you cannot make intelligent decisions about your own life and the society you live in," said Mr. Glen Bever, chairman of the Science Department, who also teaches Advanced Chemistry, Physics, and Computer Programming. He also had four computer students taking independent study. Independent student Troy Martin, junior, said, "Computer Programming makes you think and is a challenge." Junior Meloyno Futrell, a beginning computer programmer, said, "ln class we brainstorm up some programs with Mr. Bever's help, of course, and pray that it works." Computer students also learn to decode programs and advanced students learn the computer language of PASCAL. Senior Blythe Christopher who took all three classes taught by Mr. Beyer because she plans to study Engineering and needs a really strong science background, explained, "Chemistry is structures, physics is forces and motions, and computer programming is logical application of mathematics Sophomore Will Dltzler demostrotes Physics requires diligent studying as food discbline during a biology lecture proven here by senior Jim Nye. in the team teaching room. l 70 -Science

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