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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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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-
'lsiielandr encourage reading. A of
Top Flight, Eighthj grade studertts take part
lin the Boston Tea Party. Middle Right.
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Kim lrwin completes a lab with the metric system.
Ask any of the science teachers and
they'll tell us that we will see science
improve right before our very eyes, be-
cause of the constant new tools and
instruments that are being invented ev-
ery day to help man understand life. lt
was this interest in change and knowl-
edge that enticed Mrs. Helen Matchell
to become a science teacher. "I like
the challenge of presenting information
in different ways for students to gain
and use," she commented.
With their love change in mind it was
easy to see why the ACE science
classes, along with their leader, Mr. Ki-
ple, chose to change Missouri law.
After studying fossils, the group decid-
ed to promote the crinoid as iv1issouri's
state fossil. This project entailed rais-
ing money, handling publicity, contact-
ing state legislature representatives
and helping present the bill. The pro-
ject has taken two years to complete
and the whole school has been proud
of its advancing and budding scien-
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