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i Social studies is taught to seventh and eighth grad- srs. Mr. Wilier is telling his history class what rticles to read from their current events maga- zines. The magazines are studied by the history and geography classes. These are just some of the things studied in these classes. 1373400 Educational and Social Experiences 11 students in the eighth grade are required to ake developmental language. This class enables the students to improve their skills in public speaking nd to improve their skills in writing. The student body will long remember this memorable year at Franklin Junior High. To- gether they suffered through homework and attended the various social events. Each minute of the school day was filled with learning, fun and excitement. Not only did the students learn in each of their solid sub- jects but they also found fun and enjoyment in gym class, lunch period and class passing time. The school day also developed high goals for many students. Each student strived to receive good grades and improve his vary- ing interests. The student body also had fun in their events. Two of the dances were very worth- while. Money was raised by the students for the football team and a needy family. Altogether, this year at Franklin Junior High has allowed the students to broaden their knowledge and to improve and learn new skills.
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Mrs. Bauman ' s classes have a great deal of fun in their classes learning how to cook and sew. Many girls have made clothing and worn it to school. Mr. Converse is passing out clay for his students to work with. His classes have done many inter- esting things and had fun doing them. Students Acquire Knowledge Through All seventh graders are required to take develop- mental reading. The students in this class learn to read faster and with more understanding. The read- ing skills they obtain are always helpful. Math js offered to all three grades. Various tech- niques of math are taught in all classes from the simplest form of math to the most difficult algebra problems.
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Students Work Hard But Have Fun All Latin students were required to make a Latin project in the fall this year. Pictured here are students who made an A plus on their projects. Here Mr. Myers points out certain places on a map to several of his students. At this time the class was studying the midwestern states. This year all eighth and ninth grade students had to do a science project. These are just some of the students who turned in a project. The projects were judged by our science teachers and then by out- side judges. Ten finalists were sent to the regionals from Franklin. ffj m " 1
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