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Science Focuses on Environment
Test tubes rattled . . . sparks lit the school . . . and the
stench of sulfur filled the halls. Such happenings awakened
Pulaski scientists to the world around them. The Pulaski
scientists discovered that experiments consists of 901, luck,
91, thinking, and VX, doing.
Using new microscopes with special lighting, Biology l
students scrutinized cells. Flowers were ripped apart to
explore their symmetry. Later in the year, scents of
formaldehyde filled the air as Biology ll students dis-
sected frogs. Down the hall, in chemistry classes, molecular
structures of atoms were investigated and carbon com-
pounds were made during laboratory sessions. Physics
students struggled with experiments dealing with vec-
tors, motion, electricity, and sound to demonstrate how
the laws of nature affect us.
Biology, Hall Monitors, Head
Football Coach, Track Coach
Biology, Cavalier Annual
Mr. Markunas Mr. Schmitz
Biology, Adv. Math, Business
Math, Basketball Coach, Foot-
ball Coach, Lettermen's Club
Chemistry, Biology, Audio-Visual
Aids, P.A. Crew, Usher Corps
Chemistry students Gene Cook and Bonnie MacKay discover that "seeing
is believing" as they study molecular structures of hydrocarbons.
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The anatomy of a croyfish provides squeomish fore for two students gs they continue their dissection in o biology clcxss.
Mr. Brussock Mr. Allman Mrs. Boone
Dept. Chairman, Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy Club, Biology,
Chemistry, Science Club Advisor Audio-Visual Aids, Cross Biology Coordinator
George Stimoc gets the precise measurement ot light density with aid from Kathy Porter ond Kathy Richter.
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Social Studies Probes Interactions
Students in Mrs, Dondlinger's Sociology class share their knowledge
through oral reports and bulletin board displays.
Mr. Felkowski lets his students take time out from their rigorous schedule
to unwind and partake in Christmas festivities.
Students began to see that man is destined for
society through Pulaski's Social Studies Department. Those
who took Modern History traced the development of
western civilization from the Valley Ur to the jungles of
Vietnam. Scanning the globe, World Geography students
found that man could progress despite monsoon rains,
barren deserts, cmd bitter cold temperatures. In United
States history, Pulaskians discovered how such patriots
as Patrick Henry and John F. Kennedy personified Ameri-
Our Social Studies Department did not, however,
confine itself to geography and history courses. American
Government gave Pulaskians the chance to learn their
rights and obligations as United States citizens. A study
of man's relationship to man was the purpose of the one-
semester Sociology course, and Economics, also one
semester, explored man's financial transactions.
Mr. Soucie Mrs. Adamski
Dept. Chairman, American U.S. History,
Government, Modern History, Jr. Prom Sponsor
Miss Cannon Mrs. Dondlinger
U.S. History Sociology, Economics
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