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students with a desire to learn about foreign countries and their languages have an opportunity to learn three languages here at Portage : Latin, French, and Spanish. Those who wish to stick to one of the use- ful arts may take manual training courses. Beautiful as well as useful pieces are made in shop classes. Still another area offered to students is that of guidance and testing. Fort Wayne Community Schools have ex- perienced men to do this work. Mr. Leo Casso, guidance director, advises Anna Rust on curriculum clioices for a good high school Junior High Program Has Many Advantages Discipuli Latinae Languam Vincunt ... all this, and more too, can be learned in Mr. Didier ' s Latin class. Mr. Richard V. Nickell, school psychometrist, is testing a student. In shop classes boys develop various skills and learn the use of many tools.
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Barbara Carrion is demonstrating how to make a tasty dish in Mrs. Bower ' s ninth grade home economics class. Class instructors try to put across subject material in the most interesting way so stu- dents will get the most out of every sub- ject being taught. Efficient teachers, pleasant surroundings, and well-equipped classrooms are also added incentives for learning. Future scientists absorb the knowledge before branching out into experiments in Mr. Johnson ' s seventh grade science class. Mrs. Simler ' s eighth grade math class learns the necessary fundamentals for working easy ( ? ) problems.
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Our shop offers boys a chance to demonstrate their engineering ingenuity in craft work. Shown above are Doug Finlayson and George Christie as they work at a drill press. Busy Boys . . . A Smiling Sli:eleton . . A Clicldng Camera . . Do you keep a skeleton in your closet? Well, Mr. Amstutz does. Known to many students as Herman, this skeleton aids Mr. Amstutz in explaining the anatomy of a human being to biology and health students. Watch the birdie. Remember way back to October 1 and 2? Those were the days when individual pic- tures were taken for the Portarama. Miss Jenkins smiles for the photographer.
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