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in English, Languages Miss LaFontaine lecturing on basic French French students taking time out to smile for the birdie Three foreign language classes were offered this year for ninth grade students, who had their choice of French, German, or Spanish. Along with learning the actual languages, stu- dents were also taught the customs and traits of the people they were studying. Classes were active throughout the year with projects such as conversa- tions and reports. All three classes took part in the Christmas convocation, where they sang carols in their respective languages. German students Beth Miller and Becky Young with Mrs. Boggess Nancy Bollenbacher receiving advice in Spanish from Mr Septer Spanish students working heartily on homework
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Rams Develop Skills Mr. Gall conferring with Mike LoVett in library Cheryl Kramer, Roxanne Jacobs, and Tina Cheme- renko dramatizing short story English classes in all three grades kept busy read- ing and analyzing novels, studying plays, and devel- oping reading skills. Most classes were assigned to write themes, compositions, resource papers, and poems d uring the year. Many frowns appeared as the yearly grammatical and spelling sessions oc- curred. Regularly scheduled annual events also took place, including the spelling bee and Lions Club speech contest. Discussion session sparked by Mr Berg Mark Smith, Jerry Orchard, and Curt Bonsib display- ing dramatic flair The play ' s the thing for Debbie Stinson and Scott Sand- ers, seventh graders
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Students Further Their Knowledge Sammy Williams and Jeff Pelz diligently work on their projects. Becky Seabold. Debbie Baumgartner, and Pam Arnold model McCalls ' fashions in home economics. Shop classes planned projects and constructed them of wood and metal, ran machines, and made various household items - tables, lamps, book racks, planters, and wooden bowls. Home economics classes studied about nutrition, grooming, textiles, and cooking. They made skirts, pillows, and beach bags in sewing, and cooked breakfasts, lunches, and snacks. Mr. White explains the fundamentals of making book racks. Jeff Nei hurriedly goes through a shop assignment. Home ec girls prepare hot chocolate, trying not to scald it.
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