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FRONT ROW: Brenda Diischer, Douglas Pedersen, Renee Martinsen, Gregg Peterson,
Jimmy Steffes, Vicky Peterson, Paul Huseman, Tommy l-lallengren, Ronnie Anderson,
SECOND ROW: Shelley Krenzien, Mike Miller, Jeff Lessmeier, Dale Rohlk, Jackie Adams,
Jean Gould, Janelle Harth, Beverly Christenson, Roger Bruns.
Second Grade Activities
Fifty-seven Alta second graders have enjoyed a
most interesting and enjoyable year. Reading and
phonics have helped them develop their structural
and phonetic analysis, and improve their ability in in-
In arithmetic we learn to add, subtract, and mul-
tiply numbers to twenty. We also study measures,
money, telling time, shapes, how to build to tens,
and rational and ordinal counting.
An eventful experience is changing from manu-
script to cursive writing.
Social studies, health, science, spelling, language,
music, physical education and art help "round out" the
second grade curriculum.
The highlight of the year was our train ride to
Cherokee, and a trip through the Planetarium.
Third Grade Activities
The Alta third grade has an enrollment of twenty-
two girls and eighteen boys. The highlights of our year
have been trips to the dairy farm, grocery store,
creamery, and newspaper office. These trips have
helped to enrich our learning experiences in social
studies. Arithmetic has been very challenging. We
have learned to multiply and divide and have enjoyed
practicing these processes through the use of flash
card contests. Various plays and stories were drama-
tized throughout the year the part of our reading ac-
tivities. Several times during the year the entire class
has received treats because they all got a perfect score
in spelling tests. Language was enlightened through
the use of the telezonia kit which was provided by the
Bell Telephone Company.
We enjoyed our Halloween, Christmas, and Valen-
tine parties. Each of us took our turn serving and plan-
ning for one of the parties held during the year. The
room mothers who assisted us this year for various ac-
tivities were: Mrs. Jack Disscher, Mrs. Dick Adams,
Mrs. Robert Magnuson, and Mrs. Eugene Quirk.
FRONT ROW: Kathleen Parker, Cheryl Hartmann, Julie Grienke, Randall Ericksen, Bar-
bara Peterson, Miss Prieg-nitz, Donna Lee, Joan Becker, Karen Goosmann, Stevan Quirk,
SECOND ROW: Lee Chase, Lorna Bruns, David Brinkman, James I-luseman, Sharon Magnu-
son, Thomas Peterson, Jonathan Hansen, Barbara Anderson, Susan Melander, Patricia
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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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FRONT ROW: Cynthia Peterson, Sherri O'Donnell, Tommy Meyer, Cindy Anderson,
Marsha Bruns, Billy Mattson, Jolene Hansen, Janet Edwards, Greg Mattson, Larry
SECOND ROW: Suzanna Braunschweig, Darwin Clausen, Gary Johnson, Kenneth Fried-
rich, Mrs. Gould, Grant Mangold, Douglas Bruns, Eugene Friedrich, Allen Fredericksen
THIRD ROW: Wayne Frederickson, Cherie Dyslin, Eldon Peterson, Jimmy Nelson, Ann
Chindlund, Jean Groth, Rhonda Christiansen, Jimmy O'Dor1nell.
Third and Fourth Grade Activities
In the Fairview third grade arithmetic class the
pupils learned the addition and subtraction facts, and
learned how to carry and borrow with numbers. The
fourth grade pupils learned their multiplication and
division facts and worked with larger numbers in
multiplying and dividing. Racing with flash cards
and working at the blackboard seemed to be en-
joyable and helpful to both grades.
In third grade social studies class, we made a
model tomm of Westport. Each student read a book
and gave a report about Indians in preparation to
making an Indian village. We also drew many pic-
tures of the things that we studied in class. One of the
projects made in the fourth grade was a Pueblo Indian
village. After each unit was finished, the fourth graders
drew a picture of the part they enjoyed most and wrote
a short story about it. They also spent much time be-
coming better acquainted with maps and rnap studies.
In language art classes, both grades worked hard to
be better readers, learned new words, their pronun-
ciation and meaning, learned to divide words into
syllables and to accent words, improved their ability
to capitalize, punctuate, and spell.
Making "A Good Food Train" using the seven basic
foods was one of the third grade projects in science
and health class.
Other subjects that we had were music, art, and
FRONT ROW: Barbara Schuler, Kim Barr, Steven Steffes, Timmy Alkire, Patty Christophersen,
Miss McManigal, Karen Halverson, Sandy Sundberg, Marcia Meyer Danny Goosmann Alan
SECOND ROW: Brian Frederick, Collene Huseman, Jimmy Oatman, Kurt Ables, Brenda Walsh,
Greg Johannesen, Melinda Peterson, Paul Lietz, Henry DeMan, Peggy Anderson
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