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Page 63 text:
GO HA D l HA ITH SELF-EXPRESSION
Mr. johnson adds color to the English Department.
For many classes this year English has become much more
than the basic grammar skills. Students this year went to Bur-
lington to see the showing of Romeo 81 juliet. Also in the class-
rooms more films were shown. Emphasis was placed on the
television movie "Brian's Song" in many classes.
The junior High is, this year, reviewing and learning gram-
mar skills in preparation for High School. Class libraries are
available to students along with particular study of the books,
HUCKLEBERRY FINN and ROBIN HOOD for some of the
In the 9th grade, different levels are doing plays, acting, and
creating advertisements for their productions. The Freshmen
are also reading "The Taming of the Shrew", THE OUTSIDERS
and many other selections.
Seniors this year, are getting ready for graduation and col-
lege with College Composition taught by Mr. johnson. This
semester twenty-nine students are enrolled. Also offered in
class is the students' version of Password. Due to the energy
crisis, many field trips have been cancelled.
This year the sophomores, among other things are now dis-
cussing the male and female roles in our society and the rever-
sal of these roles. Books read by certain classes include, UP
THE DOWN STAIRCASE and HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY.
They have also viewed such films as "Brian's Song" and a mov-
ie on job opportunities.
junior English offers a great variety. Projects encompass
grammar and vocabulary exercises, the reading of books such
as, HUCKLEBERRY FINN, the acting out of plays studied in
class, and working on research papers.
Mr Ro ers creates an inspiring atmosphere.
jay Rogers, john Nimms, Sally Neilly. - 3
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GRAMMARA DLITERAT RE
Mrs. Prescott, Miss Synder and Miss Neilly as the students see
them each day.
"Let's make one thing perfectly cIear." - Mr. Minns
SEATED5 Nancy Prescott, Thomas lohnson, Chairman,
Page 64 text:
SOCIAL STUDIES ENCGMPASS MORE
Barry Aldinger in American Civilization class. l0hn Yameuf Charles Usher, il-'difh
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