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MATHEMATICS “We try to make our Mathematics program as flexible as possible for students, " states Math Department head Joseph Andrew. “That is why we have a variety of levels of difficulty. We want the students to enjoy math without feeling under pressure.” 96% of the student body take math, with a large number taking math all 4 years. Next year, the Math Dept, will offer a new course of Advanced Placement Computers Science. Despite the decline in enrollment for next year, the Math Dept, expects all courses to be filled. Mr. Andrew believes that the students of today are more high powered than those of twenty years ago. Here at the Wellesley High, the Math Dept is constantly expanding and the student body should take advantage of it. Joseph Andrew James Barr Michael Craig Jennifer Carmody John Edson Here’s a winning combination — the coach and his daughter! (Mr. Levin and Meredith) Mr. Wichura tutoring . .. Alice Milot peeking Randall Horseman George Kerivon Sr Donald Laborne Andy Levin It Ronald Tibero Rodney Spurr Alan November Alice Milot 134
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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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SCIENCE In his 19th year as the Science Department head, Mr. Lydon has set some very important goals. " We would like all students to be scientifically literate, " says Lydon, " We are heading towards more and more students taking four years of science.” Including very thorough and well taught courses such as Biology, Chemistry, and Physics; all students taking 4 years of science will attain that scientific literacy. With trips to the primate center in Worcester, the Museum of Science, and even whale watches, the Science Department will no doubt achieve their goal Science Freaks! (Drew Kelton, Doug Dummer, Aaron Kelton) Our most famous WHS science r ? tucwmt. Dr. Edward C. Yarosh Mr John Aldrich El Mr David Boston Mr Ralph Bowman A group of budding scientists (Kristen Chisholm, Darren Rizzo, Colette Sahely) Chris Hicinbothem in lab Mr. Bruce Seiger Mr Francis Scafati Mrs. Susan Plati Mr. Albert Palumbo Mr. Paul Coulombe Mr. William Cronin Mrs. Laura Hallowed Mr. Edward Herlin 135
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