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Page 13 text:
French Students Use Knowledge
in Evergdag Situations
French students got a taste of what it was really like
to use the French language in an everyday sort of way.
After learning the necessary basics in the classroom
Mrs. Wasuck put her students to the test by having
them perform skits and doing other various projects.
In May she took her French students to Montreal so
they could be exposed to a place where a large number
of the people speak the French language.
Above, Mrs. Wasuck's eighth grade French
class takes advantage of a sunny day by
playing Red Light!Green Light in French.
Students are, Robins Peters, Sharyn Wright,
Nancy McFarland, Michelle Vaillancourt,
Nicole Parent, Cathy Vorse, Daren Plouff,
Cheryl Sears, and Kevin Depatie. Left, Peter
Stebbins, Shauna Ducolon, and Patty Car-
penter perform a restaurant skit.
Page 12 text:
Above, Susan Carr concentrates on her
French assignment. Above right, Miss
Lowe's 11 Honors class prepares for a test.
Students are, Karen Marshia, Danny Viens,
Kim Colburn, Mike Kupfer, Terri Messier, Ed
Brouillette, Claudia Woodward, Stacey Duco-
Ion, and Kathleen Larose. Flight, Tony Ovitt
and Mary Pudvah tune in on Miss Ingraham
during a class discussion.
Produced bg English Classes
Each of Miss Lowe's English classes produced an edi-
tion of a newspaper called the "Talk About." This assign-
ment helped her students with their writing skills as well
as being an informative and entertaining source of read-
ing for students and faculty alike. Miss Lowe took her col-
lege prep seniors to the UVM library where they were
exposed to the research materials.
Most English classes were tested on the Basic Compe-
tencies, and of course, term papers were assigned.
Page 14 text:
Geometrg Precedes Algebra II
This year students began to take Geometry
before attempting Algebra ll. In the past, stu-
dents were enrolled in Algebra II directly after
Algebra I. The change in the course sequence
was brought about so we would have the same
procedures as other high schools in Vermont.
Rightg Flon Larose is caught trying to steal an answer from
Kelly Burns during their eighth grade math course with Mr.
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