Pleasant Lea Middle School - Flashback Yearbook (Lees Summit, MO)

 - Class of 1987

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. f X Xa X 0 2 if NY f r f 7 industrial Arts The Industrial Art and World of Constructlon classes were taught by Mr Charlie l-iunzinger Mr Sam Claggett Mr Wayne Scrudder and Mr JW Page The umque dsffer ences the PLJH program had be sides the teachers were the tools equipment and the facilities that en abled PLJH students to compete in shows such as the Home Show at Bartle Hall Only the top show homes are allowed to enter the con- test, but PLJH has continually been 314 of the show and earning the top honors. Mr. Hunzinger commented that he and the other teachers were extremely proud of their students and their dedication. This year the department chose to construct a new utility storage for the sports program. Above. Greg Thorson and friends practice for their spring competition. Lett. Mr. l-lunzinger discusses respect of the tools with Thomas Reynolds and Jon Mock. Academics! 19

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Music I tit Il The musrc program at PLJH was dlrected by Mr Paul Shrout and Mass Glorra Helmer Seventh grad ers entered the Musrc I program whale erghth graders were placed by recornmendatlons at the end of thelr seventh grade year Both classes met every other day All of the stu dents were taught dlfferent funda mentals and srnglng technlques Both groups performed at the fall and wlnter concerts and at the Christmas concert Publlc pertor mances gave the students the conf: dence necessary to belleve In them selves so that they would take the oppcrtunaty to further their pursult of slnglng Rlghf Mass I-ielmer drrects Musto Il students at the fall concert Mr Shrout accompanres them at the prano Ar l8tlI Art I and ll utllezed the crltlcal thlnkrng skrlls and allowed the stu dents to express themselves vlsual ly The baslc fundamentals of art were lntroduced In Art I a course that seventh graders or an erghth grader who has never had art may take Recommendations were nec essary to enter Into Art ll These were based upon cttlzenshlp abrllty and consrstency All of the students had the opportunlty to do set de srgns for the school play dance decoratlons and art work for the yearbook The art classes were taught by Mrs Anna Jones and Mrss Lrsa Mendlrck Rlght Students lane up to observe a demonstration on how to burn the edges of paper. l8!Academlcs X PW



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Social Studies Both seventh and eighth grade social studies classes encouraged students to read more about mans past and to learn from history. integrated with the textbook readings and the lectures were filmstrips videos speakers and special projects Through this history became more ot a story about real people rather than facts One special way to visit the past was to experience the Boston Tea Party and the international Food and Dress Day The eighth graders partici pated in the trrst while the seventh grad ers celebrated with the latter This year the social studies currrcutum incorporated the decision makrng unit tor both the seventh and eighth grade classes This added depth to the subtect as students could then understand how decisions affect history Kathy Moore daughter ot Mrs Barbara Moore takes time to visit the classes to share her knowledge LS Makes History Lee s Summrt s government is what polrtrcsans call a fourth class city That means the mayor can only vote on something rt there is a tie The city rs divided into tour wards with two elected representatives from each ward The mayor Mr Bob Jones works with the city admrnrstrator Mr John Edward to arrange such things as town meetings Mr Jones also worked on a very specta protect this year to get Lee s Summit on the official Missouri map lt was only appropriate that he accomplish this rn the year in which LS reached 40000 residents With the new residential growth Lee s Summit and its leaders will see more changes The rob of mayor is only part time at the moment The term is for two years He also owns a successful rnsurance company in Lee s Summit where he has been a resident since 1977 Mr Jones has always been rnvolved in politics He does much public relations work such as visiting charities By Roxy Shatte and Kelly Wesner Mr Bob Jones answers questions from Kris trn Young during Yearbook Club 2O!Academics

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