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Shop and Home Ec Improve Skills Eighth graders learn the tech- nique ' , of making their own clothes. Taping the sides of card- board houses proves strenuous work lor these ninth grade girls. Melita Krieger shows proper steps in la ing out a skirt pattern. Home ec girls make ginger- bread houses lor the Christmas Holidays. Home ec classes tried their hands at mai ing their own clothes. Eighth graders were required to mai ;e a stiirt, while ninth graders were able to make a T- shirt and a dress. While cooking, the girls prepared different meals and snacks. Shop students spent the year working on projects. The were able to make objects that would be useful in the home, such as book racks, memo pads, lamp bases, etc. Students finish their projects dur- ing shop class. gerhread house : lor the holidass Eighth graders not only learn Mlh wood and metal, hut also h tr]Cit . Eighth grader; in drafting clasj Ted Jenkins and Terry Weaver start working on projects at the foundry. 12
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Rams Look into the Past and Future With History and Math Freshmen Rams look on as Mr. Denny explains how to solve an equation. Mr. Denny chats with seventh grader Frank Hackett during math study period. Mr. Berg and class discuss opinions on U.S. history. The camera catches seventh grade Rams while they think about geography in Mr. Edwards " class. Seventh and eight graders have learned many facts about geography and history, as well as advancing their know- ledge in mathematics. Their teachers led them in group discussions and the students had fun working on special projects. Ninth graders worked on improving their algebra skills this year. They worked mostly on solving equations and organizing story problems. All in all, the shape of the future became a little clearer as social studies and mathematical skills were examined. Baby Rams work hard on their as- signments while Miss Lindley looks on. These seventh grade geography students are busy . . . posing for the photographer. 11
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Phys Ed. Sciences Prepare for Future Dissection of the frog is great fun for Steve LeMaster, Dave Rinehart, and Dave Silletto. Insect hours Mike Clark examines the internal struc- tures of the clam. Students listen carefully as Mr. Am- stutz talks about frog dissection. A jump ball leads to exciting moments in this gym class game. This eighth grader shows perfect form for doing a handstand in gym class. Sandy Smith ob- serves protozoans in Biology class. John Seabold and Mark Spears eye moving ameba and Paramecium. Biology Students learned the life cycles of insects and animals. Science classes spent the year studying chemical reactions, stars, and earth sciences. Physical education classes work- ed on basketball, volleyball, and track. Both the boys and girls worked on the equipment which consists of the balance beam, the uneven parallel bars, and the horse. 13 Working with the medicine ball is not only fun, but is also good exercise.
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