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

 - Class of 1987

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NNW AW, Kim lrwin completes a lab with the metric system. Science Constant Change 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- tists. M ? 7 "'fff'df, 2 ,ff fm W' Maw' are f M ' ff ' ' f ff, f f X Academics!23 M!

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.7 X I X Physical Education lt was easy to understand why gym was one of everyones favorite classes Mr. Brill and Mr Walker both agreed the best part of belng a gym coach was watching the stu- dents work to improve their overall fitness. Seventh and eighth graders participated rn units such as soccer basketball flag football, weight training and aerobics When asked whrch was their favorite students often replied basketball andtoot- ball Though everyone agreed that gym was hard work They also said it was funand they learned alot ln the future Mrs. Bryan sand she d like to add as socral dance unit. Buddy Spurck takes on a wrestler from Blue Springs. Wrestling is a new unit in Physrcal Education this year. Reading Reading classes at PLJH were under the direction of Mrs Kathy Zimmerman seventh grade and Mrs Pam Burgener eighth grade The reading program encouraged improvement in reading writrngand grammartskrlls lnthrs class stu- dents were given one on one atten tion and care to help promote therr Improvement Specral attention was berng given this year to check and oversee the continuity of the reading program kindergarten through high school o 1 1 1 . Y 1 . 1 11 4 1 1 1 I .1 1 , 1 n a 1 I 1 1 v 1 u 1 s 1 51 u 4 1 n . 1 . 1 7 I 1 a 7 1 1 r 1 1 11 i 1 1 1 4 -.11 .- ' Q 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 14 Q 1 1 1 24!Acadenncs 4W xy Q. AQN W s Xgfsx SJ A X I ,M ,w'f' 'Y isa' s 5 s W S ,,, Q or S 5 S Q W E 'W ag, fe x S S Mrs.

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