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Mrs. Jean McGovern
B.A. Univ. of Okla.
Mrs. Helen Hill
Old Dominion College
Mrs. Georgeanne Londeree
B.A. Westhampton College
Mr. Harvey Martin
B.A. Virginia Union
Our foreign language department is divided into tive courses:
Latin I, Latin II, French I, French ll, and Spanish I. The overall
objectives for these courses are very similar. They include the
following: to increase the understanding of elements in the foreign
languages which are related to English, to develop an elementary
knowledge of the general principles of the foreign language
structureg to increase the student's ability to express ideas more
effectively in Englishg and to develop a cultural and historical
background of the countries involved.
Mr. Cecil Myers Mr. Eugene White
Physical Education Physical Education
Norfolk State College Old Dominion College
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Mr. James M. Cook
B.S. Univ. of Georgia
In the Arts department are found subjects and activities such as Industrial Arts,
Home Economics, Art, the Library, and Music, Our Industrial Arts program,
taught by Mr. Cook, includes General Shop, Woods I and Drafting I. The shop
course is an introductory course in which students are given the opportunity to
familiarize themselves with the concepts and equipment used in the shop. Woods
I is a beginning course in working with wood materials whereas Drafting I is a
start in mechanical drawing. Home Economics is a program designed to produce
students who will be proficient in the areas of cooking, sewing, budgeting,
cleaning and decorating the home. Our Art classes are designed to give the stu-
dents a background in the history of art and to teach them the basics of painting,
sketching, sculpting, and perspective drawing. Mr. Dorosz's classes also provide
the students with an opportunity to explore a possible talent field.
The Library, headed by Miss Edwards, is a resource area where the students
may come to research topics, to select books for pleasure, or to peruse the wide
assortment of magazines and newspapers available there. The Music Department is
separated into the Band and Chorus. Mr. Olds, the band director Cnot pictured
because of absencej, has created a Beginners' Band, Marching Band, and a Concert
Band. The Chorus Department, under the direction of Miss Treakle, has been
divided into various groups and presents several concerts each year. In addition to
vocal training, the students receive instruction regarding the history of music and
training in reading music.
Mrs. Faye D. Dekker
B.A. Greensboro College
Miss Betty Edwards
Mr. Raymond Dorosz
B S Old Dominion
B.S. Longwood College
Miss Gayle M. Treakle
B. Mus. Ed., Madison
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Members of the Health and Physical Education Department,
headed by Coach Ingram, have many objectives they hope to
achieve each year. In their physical titness program, they are con-
oemed with developing certain muscular skills in their students as
well as teaching th anatomical and physiological aspects that pro-
duce them. In addition to the physical program, health principles
are taught through the health classes. In the health classes, the
students are taught the principles of sound nutrition, the proper
practices regarding communicable diseases, and effective personal
hygiene procedures. Through both the physical and health pro-
grams, the students are encouraged to spend a proportionate share
of their leisure time engaged in fitness or recreational activities.
Mi. John A. Ingram
Physical Education 8
B.S. Old Dominion College
Health and Physical Education
Miss Sarah A. Aycock Mr. Willie L. Braye Miss S. Diane Collins
Physical Education 9 Physical Education 9 Physical Education 8
B.S. East Carolina Univ. B.S. Norfolk State B.S. East Carolina Univ.
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