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and Are Taught by 6 " f Neal McKeeman Bob Denny As you probably noticed, Mr. McKeeman floated from class to class this year. Why? So that Portage might have a math lab! What ' s a math lab? A room where you mix numbers and in- vent magic solutions? Well, not really. It ' s 151, a puz- zle solving, geometric figure making, game doing lab. Kids could get out of class- es and study hall to go down to the math lab and actually have fun doing math! Any- thing that makes math fun has got to be good. And the math lab certainly was. Didn ' t make It this time, did you, Mr. McKeeman ?! Mr. McKeeman, just trying to get his profile in the yearbook again. 33
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Math Students Add 7, -;- by 5, T n c etc. Chinese? No, it ' s new math, everyone ' s favorite class! (?) It ' s where you learn to subtract, multiply, square root, pi, and wear down your pencil and brain while trying to discover how far Joe walked in three hours. Mrs. Egley ' s math class concentrates on a new bit of knowledge The seventh graders worked on such things as properties and math sentences while the eighth had to tackle a congruent triangle and story problem proofs — not to mention dif- ferent bases Mr Desper certainly has jn attentive class Algebra classes dealt with equations, vari- ables, and axioms as tne fundamentals of algebra and ninth grade math classes did too. Most Portage wiz- ards turned out a ter- rific string drawing and they really worked hard, these mathe- maticians. Eat your heart out, Einstein. Scribbling out their math problems, ninth graders concentrate on posing for the camera
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Science Students Chemically Biology students return from a hard day of bug collecting Seventh and eighth grade sci- entists are often seen in their labs mixing information and ex- perimenting with chemical reac- tions under a cloud of concentra- tion mingled with confusion. These future mad scientists made a trip to the planetarium, identified rocks, tested different types of air, and had many labs through which the yell of " fire " or " ouch " was expected to ring out at any moment. Barbara Stahl Vern Werking Mr. Murray helps a puzzled seventh grader by doing his assignment for him. Mr. Brown diagrams a time line for future scientific geniuses. Mr. Werking ' s class studies chemical reactions. 34
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