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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Mr Goddard. Dept Head 1 Mr. Benson Mrs. Fraylick The English Department, headed by Brooks Goddard, continued to offer many fine programs. Seniors and juniors chose from a wide range of half-year and full-year electives. Freshmen and sophomores took year-long English courses. Among the courses offered to seniors and juniors were; Shakespeare, Man in Conflict, Comedy and Satire, and Modern Mass Communications. Seniors could also enroll in the year¬ long course Humanities, a combination of English and History. Juniors could elect America for which they received credit in both American History and American Literature. Mrs. Barrett and son Michael 15 years ago! Mrs. Fiske and Mrs. Hamilton Mrs. McCoy Caught again? (Mr. McCormick) Mrs. Bretholz Mr. McCormick - 7 » Mrs. Marchant The Goddards in Indonesia (Brooks, Peter, Jeannie) Mrs. Hamilton Mrs. Frick Mrs. Gartrell Mrs. Goddard Mr Gurman 132
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Mr. Touhey " Here’s where we keep your records! " (Mrs. Walsh) GUIDANCE mu ■ ■ Dr. Connor, Director of Guidance The worries of senior year are somewhat alleviated by the guidance department. They process applications, make schedule changes, and prepare letters of recommen¬ dation. In addition to this, Guidance super- vises a myriad of testing programs throughout the academic year. The guidance department reaches out for people in distress to help them with school prob¬ lems. Even when the guidance department was carpeting their wing from wall to wall, they had enough time to lend an ear to a stu¬ dent in need. Mrs. Brown " There ' s nothing I have left now! " (Dr. Connors) Mr. Duggan Phone counselinq " (Mr. Touhev) Mr. Moloney METCO Mr. Mazukina Nazaleem Smith, Metco Coordinator Wellesley Public School is one of the original school systems to host the Met¬ co Program in 1966. The Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity has existed in Wellesley for the past 20 years. We are proud to celebrate the success of Metco in Wellesley. Miss Smith, a graduate of W.H.S., is currently the Metco coordinator for the Sr. High. The program allows students the opportunity to have a unique educa¬ tional experience in Wellesley. The students are from urban areas in Boston consisting of Dorchester, Mattapan, Rox- bury, and Hyde Park. The program creates a multi-cultural environment and brings kids with dif¬ ferent values and environments together, " You get more out of school” says one student. It was one student that beautifully summed up what Metco is all about, ' It s knowing you’re going to have a good education that makes the difference.” Mrs. Foss Mrs. Lysaght Mrs. Walsh 131
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SOCIAL STUDIES DEPT. ---— Gardner Marchant, Dept He d James Blaoford Donald Campbell Eileen Johnson George Kerivan Jr. Gerald Murphy Claire Fusaro Mr. Marchant (Retired in June Susan Gratton Curtis Stiles Richardson The Social Studies department courses consist of Ancient History, Modern European History, U.S. History, Exploring Social Sciences, Humanities, Theory of Knowledge, Sociology and Psychology, Economic Theory, and World News. We can see by all these options that students at WHS are well-informed about the world we live in, and have a bet¬ ter understanding about different cultures and societies than the average person, provided they take full advantage of the different courses available. The main goal of the teachers who teach these classes is to help the students learn more about the world — past and future. Students who show outstanding achievement in various areas have the opportunity to win many awards. Among these are the Freshman Award; the Ernest F. Upham Memorial Award, which is presented to a Junior for ex¬ cellence in U.S. History; and the Sebastion Santostefano Memorial Award, which is presented to a Sophomore for ex¬ cellence in sophomore history. the blackboard. George Wilkens Checking out ttie latest in the Townsman (Mr. Parsons, Mr. Kerivan Jr.) Mr. Blackford at John Whittaker 133
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