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React to Knowledge - easG ' S Putter Frebel points out a flutterby in his collection. Now what ' s that one called again? Mr. Amstutz stands surrounded by na- ture at its best — ragweed. Max Amstutz r na Biology Special stu- dents are literally " up a tree " for leaf col- lections. The health department this year taught classes about smoking, drugs, body functions, emo- tions, and safety pre- cautions. All those ninth graders should be aw- fully healthy be now. Debbie Redman displays her outstanding " bug collection. After a summer of collect- ing bugs, the ninthers got to dissect frogs, memorize charts, draw pictures, and take tests every two min- utes, it seemed. They also spent their time grabbing leaves and trying to decide if that tree has acorns, flowers, or bananas. Mr. Pearson ' s health class works studiously on a test. 35
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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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Customs and Languages Mr. Marker assists student Students at Portage this year taking social studies spanned the globe while studying dif- ferent counines. Seventh graders learned about the cus- toms and people of Russia. They were also taught about the ways of South America. Eighth graders discovered how the United States came to be and who our forefathers were. Miss Lindley instructs her history class -j m) -w 0 Norma Sterling V ) Richard Shepherd Chris Lindley Mrs. Sterling teaches about the American way of life. 36
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