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Page 25 text:
Read any good book lately? That
questron was often asked rn thus
class as students completed short
stones novels and book reports
Both grade levels Included gram
mar spellrng wrrtrng treadrngand
Project S.T.A.R.s rn their currrcu
Reading Week was planned
through thegLanguage Arts depart-
ment. The week of February 2nd
through the 6th contained af Book
Swap, anart contest for books, and
fQal3ookrFair. Each day of the week
was designated has a especial day
such as Biography Day, e Science
Fictior1yDay and Poetry Day. The
purpose of thfweek was to empha-
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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
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
Mr Bob Jones answers questions from Kris
trn Young during Yearbook Club
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Math classes at PLJH were leveled
according to ability test scores and
recommendations. Students then pro-
gressively moved through each level
after mastering a variety ot concepts.
The math classes worked on problem
solving techniques this year and had
several contests to stimulate interest.
Some ot those contests were Continen-
tal Math League QCMLQ Math Relays
and Math Counts. Math Counts spon-
sored by NASA was held February 21st.
PLJH was very proud to be represented
by Matt Miller Dan Hopper Gautum
Nayak Greg Thorson and William
Knowles. The Math classes also partici-
pated in Reading Week this year. The
following are poems by math students
on Poem Day:
Poses are red, violets are blue,
Pi is irrational and tastes good, too.
Chris Martin, 7th grade
When it comes to math
I think ot multiplication.
And that's when my mind ,
Goes on vacation. Bill Kimpel, l
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