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Page 13 text:
FRONT ROW: Dale McColley, Charlene Johnson, Sue Parker, Debbie Ahart, Dave Huse-
man, Mark Peterson, Pam Hanson, Mike Sherwood.
SECOND ROW: Ricky Florke, Jeff Cameron, Jeff Polzien, Mrs. Kuester, Marlene Oatrnan,
Nancy Bruns, Kathy Young.
THIRD ROW: Paul Jesse, Joan Gates, Rex Miller, Randy Peters, Mike Diischer, Jane
Buckendahl, Dave Marsh, Bob Magnuson.
First and Second Grade Activities
An exciting day was had when the Alta first graders began their pre-
primers. The boys and girls learned many words throughout the year. - -
They enjoyed reading about the experiences of Dick, Jane, and Sally. .5
The first grade developed readiness for the general use of numbers and
the number system in their number work. They also learned the basic
number facts, measuring, and the use of money.
The first step in writing was learning the correct formation of each
letter. The second step was forming words and sentences. The last step
was writing stories.
Look and Learn was the title of our science book. The units we
discussed were plants, animals, machines, seasons, and months.
Our social studies work was centered around the family and the school.
Arithmetic, reading, spelling, language, social studies and science plus
art, music, and physical education keeps the Fairview second graders very
busy this year. Now that we have added cursive writing the second semes-
ter we feel that we are growing up fast.
Science is fun this year. We especially enjoyed the imit on "Earth and
Universe." Experimenting wit.h magnets has also proven very interesting.
In arithmetic the basic number ideas are learned by a sequence of pic-
tures so that we can imagine the action and eventually learn the symbols.
In November we enjoyed presenting the playlet, "The Fairy Bookshelf,"
at Community Night in observance of National Book Week. We also took
part in the Christmas program in December.
FRONT ROW: Duane Clausen, Janelle Petterson,
David Halverson, Craig Rehnstrom, Vonda O'Don-
nell, Raymond Olsen.
SECOND ROW: Duane Binder, Lael Nielsen, Mrs.
Moffitt, Paul Peters, Susan Chindlund.
THIRD ROW: Darwin Johnson, David Rehnstrom,
Cary Christensen, Gregory Quirin.
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FRONT ROW: Debbie Rehnstrom, Linda Dailey, Mitchell Quirin, Dennis
Binder, Tim Mattson, Joy Meyer.
SECOND ROW: Mary Kjolhede, Linda Rydstrom, Mike Larson, Susan Sor-
enson, Jorja Johnson.
THIRD ROW: Mrs. Halverson, Merril Friedrich, Julie Mattson, Retha Kruse,
Shanda Christi ans on.
First Grade Activities
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- V X X M This is the first year for first and second grades to be separated
V at Fairview. It has given more time for special help and activity.
ri- f is Besides a full schedule of curricular work we were a art of
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X V N H the November Community program.
i , - - ., ' - Uw,f'3 .C V We We dramatized three stories using stick puppets, recited three
E es' N T- . W p , poems in chorus, and sang songs.
I ' J By the end of the year we will have read the basic pre-
,',, primers, primer, two grade--one readers plus supplementary
fi ' if fi fli J as X .4 readers.
,V ,f lj ...,, , X V, L Phonics will have given us the ability to recognize initial
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J - ' .i.' 5' Combinations in numbers have been learned by recognition
I Q of groups with a single eye movement.
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K Animals, plants, earth, weather, energy and other things
a Q. 1--if' ihlrit 'rt ' , ' aii, as sg , around us have made interesting science talk.
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,. New e e' . Circles and straight lines please" was the familiar chant
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heard by our teacher during writing class. It wasn't always easy.
FRONT ROW: Jimmy Nelson, Laurie Anderson, Tommy Laffin, Debbie Brutlag,
Dona Sievert, Keith Boettcher, Richard Greene, Merrill Otto.
SECOND ROW: Christine Samuelson, Scotty Peterson, John Eaton, Mrs. Paulson,
Lynn Chase, Don Marsh, Julie Jahde.
THIRD ROW: Orie Hetrick, Barbara Johanneson, Ann Pedersen, Jeffery Petersen,
Bradley Walsh, Richard Weiland, Carol Van Hooser, Barbara Fuller.
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FRONT ROW: David Nelson, Douglas Greene, Steven Voit, Roxanne Remillard, Mrs. Jarvis,
Steven Christensen, Bruce Fredrick, Kathy Sundberg, Julie Sandine.
SECOND ROW: Cheryl Brueggart, Mickey Lynde, Duane Camerer, Janeen Martin, Patti
Schuler, Thomas Bell, Jeff Kjolhede, Marvin Mortensen, James Eaton, Michael Mahn.
THIRD ROW: Charles Specketer, Thomas Huseman, Donald Post, Marlene Morrow,
Michael Lessmeier, Bernard Abels, Stephen Adams, Ruth Beard, Nancy Stokes, Pamela
Hetrick, Kathy Cox.
FRONT ROW: Randy Sassman, Robert Launderville, Beth Farestad, Eldon Lichtenberg,
Renae Bergquist, Jeffrey Holstein, Vicky Alkire, Barbara Martinsen.
SECOND ROW: Nicholas Stille, Patricia Saathoff, William Siglin, Dave Mortensen,
Miss Carlson, Linda Goodman, Bryon Johnson, Julie Christensen, Alan Bruns.
THIRD ROW: Barbara Marshall, Howard Diischer, Robert Marsh, Mary Norlin, William
DeMan, Marvin Nehring, Vanessa Hammond, Susan Poulson, Becky Stough, Elaine
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