Vergennes Union High School - Commodores Yearbook (Vergennes, VT)

 - Class of 1974

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As in other schools smaller num- bers of students have elected Latin in the last few years. As a consequ- ence it was dropped from the lan- guage offerings in September. How- ever two freshmen are studying Latl in with a private tutor during schooll hours. To replace the scheduled Lat4 in courses, German was added to the language department as a second modern language. Miss Olson con- ducts the new German course of study. The students study grammar, poetry, and simple literature. They are doing some Brecht poetry which is simple in grammar and vocabu- lary, but very existential in thought. The German students put their German to use in the community by sharing German Christmas Carols. Many of the German students have become interested in baking Ger- man foods which they share with the entire class. A "Wein probe" was also held. This consisted of the class tast- ing wines, which actually were soft drinks since alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the classroom. The French department hopes to continue its travel program through- out the year. One Saturday excur- sion to Montreal took place on No- vember 17. lt included a visit to Notre Dame Cathedral, to the French patisserie in Ville Marie and soupe a l'oignon and crepes in the Crepe Bretonne ala Rue Montagne. Plans are developing for a four day trip to Quebec City during April vacation. This voyage will acquaint the students with a city on this side of the Atlantic which is essentially French in its appearance, language, traditions and culture. Mr. jesus Diaz, the seventh teach- er-aide from France will spend nine weeks in the school beginning janu- ary 19. Art classes have continued to ex- pand in enrollment and offerings. Particular interests this year have been in the area of ceramics, lapi- dary work and drawing. This year the band and chorus, under the supervision of Richard Wheeler, have been practicing in- tensely to improve their talent and add culture and entertainment to the school and community. On November 10, the band and chorus of Vergennes, as well as other schools combined their talents and participated in a music festival. They displayed their works and came up with a finely composed concert. ART, Music at LANGUAGE "Allez au bureau! Comprenez-vous?!" ix .js "Why didn't I stick to basketball?" l ,f" .41



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