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Athletes, Creative Minds, Find Enjoyment in Eighth graders Mike LoVett and Dave Butler dis- playing hardwood skill Many students enjoyed classes that aren ' t really like other classes. Art and gym are examples of fields where students tried to better their skills. Typing, a new class offered for freshmen, taught skills to help students during the remainder of their school careers. Eighth graders Lisa Brenn, Julie Smith, Cheryl Miller, and Cindy Allen enjoying rhythmetics in gym class Students making use of new typing class offered this year Jim Wheeler, Steve Swihart, Greg Hart, and Jeff Line trying their hands at artistic skills Dave Fulkerson putting finishing touches on his work
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Science, Math, and Social Studies Learn by Doing Math and social studies are an important part of the eighth grade curriculum. Math students used compasses and string to create unusual string drawings. Eighth grade students studied yester- day ' s history and learned through living today ' s. ]-■ -g 9p ? e ' . 1 1 - ' 1 ;;- -J ■ String drawings done by eighth graders shown to advantage on bulletin board Students listening as Mr. Denny explains a com plicated math problem Nancy Fishman and Nancy Frebel acting out a scene from past history, the Constitutional Convention, in Mrs. Gowdy ' s class Mr. Ransbottom and students examining string drawings
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and Serious Students These Classes Freshmen indulging in studies in study hall Carl Snyderman checking out books for fellow students Becky Georgi assisting Charles Neville with the card catalog Students browsing among new paperback books in library Portage has many facili- ties to help Rams become better students. The li- brary provided an excel- lent opportunity to read for enjoyment or to use as help in classwork. Mem- bers of the Library Club greatly helped in the efficient running of the library. Supervised by Mrs. Dit- wiler, study hall gave freshmen an opportunity to finish their homework. Library Club members provided vital help to Mrs. Radatz and Mrs. Ditwiler
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