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Page 65 text:
THA THETYPICAL MUNDA EHISTORY
"Don't worry Nelson, it won't hurt . .. much!"
This year the Social Studies Department
offered a great choice of electives and many
students chose one of them. Mr. Yarnell treat-
ed his students to History Through Art, Litera-
ture and Music. This course traced the arts
from early Grecian times through the Spanish
Civil War. His World Government classes cre-
ated an international bulletin board that will
be remembered by all. Mr. Ward's Anthro-
pology classes went on some archeological
expeditions and came back with Otter Creek
points and scrapers. The Future class talked
about what the world would be like in the
year 2000. Mr. Aldinger's class discussions
about Agnew, Watergate and the Mid-East
War have kept the students in the American
Civilization classes informed on current is-
sues. Meanwhile in the Psychology classes
students were gaining a greater self-under-
standing. Miss Campbell, our new, young 8th
grade teacher brought lots of enthusiasm to
the classroom, particularly in her units on
Ecology and Maturity. Mr. Usher keeps his 7th
grade classes interesting with "Mystery
Quizzes", talks about the Vermont Railroads
and ancient coins.
if ag, s"' 1
Campbell, Afl9mUS Wafd, Chairman, Ba""Y Aldlngef- "MaybeIshouldhavegoneintotherestaurant business."
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SOCIAL STUDIES ENCGMPASS MORE
Barry Aldinger in American Civilization class. l0hn Yameuf Charles Usher, il-'difh
Page 66 text:
MATHEMATICS COMPGSE THE
The field of Math is changing rapidly and has
effected many schools as well as VUHS. New
perspectives of teaching have developed. lt is
no longer taught autocratically with long
term memorizing and tedious drills. Many
classes now work individually at their own
speed of comprehension and absorption, with
the teachers helping when neccessary. This
places the responsibility on the students and
aids them to develop self-discipline.
Different courses in the Math Department
include junior High Math, Math 9, Algebra l 84
ll, Geometry, Advanced Math, Pre-Calculus,
Calculus and Life Service Math.
This year more so than ever, the Math De-
partment has been trying to meet the needs of
the students to help them cope with the ever
. ...-.... JN.-
"Did you say Candid Camera?"
lames Ouimette, Evelyn Burke, Michael Thibe
I have a little test here for you !"
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