Rock Island High School - Watchtower Yearbook (Rock Island, IL)

 - Class of 1967

Page 47 of 272

 

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MR. FLETCHER enjoys using 1 the overhead projector in his math classes. GEORGE FLETCHER, B.S., MS., University of Illinois; Calculus Analy¬ tic Geometry, Modern Al¬ gebra, Trigonometry VERN GLISAN. B.S., Western Illinois Univer¬ sity; Advanced Algebra, Solid Geometry STEPHEN SPELTZ. B A., University of Minnesota; M.A., Bradley University; Chemistry, Geometry Mathematics This year the mathematic teachers introduced a new concept for revising- the math department. Presently, there are two tracks, one for the average student and another for the accelerated student. A third level is being planned for the immediate future. This new level will enable the average student to further his study into higher mathema¬ tics. THADDEUS CREWS, B.S., University of Missouri; M.Ed., University of Ari¬ zona; Geometry, Algebra KENNETH GREENLEY, M.A., University of Iowa; Plane Geometry GEORGE STILES, B.A., State College of Iowa; M.A., University of De¬ troit; FT A; Trig, Advanced and College Algebra. Sol- The department recently adopted a new algebra text which will help the advanced algebra student develop a better understanding of the course. JESSE STROUD, B.S., Ag¬ ricultural and Technical College; Mathematics, Al¬ gebra 43

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JOHN BLOMBERG, B.A., Augustana: M.A., Univer¬ sity of Iowa; Pan Am; Spanish I, IV ANDRES CRUZ-ZAYAS, B.A., Spanish I and III; English; Pan Am A MARI JANE BOWMAN. B.A., State University of Iowa; German Club; Ger¬ man JOYCE SHOLL, A B , Uni¬ versity of Illinois; French Club; French II, IV 42 MARSHA ANDERSON, B.A., Augustana College; French, German; French Club, German Club KAREN HABERTHUR, B.A., Illinois State Uni¬ versity; Latin; Latin Club CAROLINE E. SEARS, B.A., Wellesley; M.Ed., Boston University; M.A., Missouri University; Pan Am; Spanish I, II CLARA A. TSAGARIS. B.S., Eastern Illinois Uni¬ versity; M.A., University of Illinois; Pan Am; Span¬ ish II,III Language The Language Department offers Rocky students the opportunity to communicate through Spanish, French, German, and Latin. This year the Department admitted two new teachers: Miss Anderson, who taught both German and French, and Miss Haberthur, a Latin teacher. For those who took German, a fourth year class was offered for the first time. The language lab received new equipment for use by practice teachers who came from various colleges. New win¬ dow shades were also provided for the lab by the Pan Am Club. “And here’s how to head your pa per correctly,” instructs Mr Cruz-Zayas.



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LYLE E. JONES, B.S., Uni¬ versity of Missouri; M.A., University of Minnesota; Junior Class Sponsor; Economics WAYNE HURST. B.S., Illi¬ nois State University; Boy’s Hi-Y; World Geogra¬ phy, Economic Geogra¬ phy WILLIAM R. ARM¬ STRONG, B.S., Illinois State University; Student Forum, Debate, Extempo¬ raneous Speaking ; Amer¬ ican History JERRY JANECKE, B.A., University of Michig an; Assistant Varsity Base¬ ball, Assistant Sopho¬ more Football; American Government TED DICKERSON. B A., Aug ustana Colleg e; M.A., University of Illinois; American History HOLLIS HEGG, A B., Augustana Colleg-e; A M . University of Illinois; American Government Social Studies The Social Studies Department offers Rocky students a variety of mind-probing courses in the social sciences. For sophomores who are interested in Social Studies, World History is offered as an elective course. Required subjects for juniors are American History and for seniors, Gov¬ ernment and Economics. Qualified juniors are permitted to complete the senior require¬ ment and then, as seniors, take an advanced course in American History. Another elec- “Oh, boy more Newsweek ! ’ Mr. Jones willingly helps Mr. Bell unload the latest shipment of the anxiously awaited news magazines. 44

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