New Semester Courses

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By: Kayla Howe

With each new semester, classes that are worth one-half credit change subjects. Some students continue in the same room with the same teacher whereas other students report to a new classroom and to a new teacher. When a student passes both classes, they earn one credit toward the units needed for graduation requirements.

Economics, taught by Jeff Patton, replaced American Government. Rudy Pope now teaches a new crop of students in his Driver’s Ed classes. Instead of Speech, Allison Movitz now teaches Debate. Personal Finance took the place of Business Law taught by Sandy Aron. World Geography replaced MS Studies taught by Angie Newlin. Last of all, Jeanne Cole’s Nutrition and Wellness replaced Family Dynamics, and some students from Driver’s Ed last semester now take Cole’s Health class.