The Yellow Jacket, Yearbook of Thomas Jefferson High School, 1970 Page: 20
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Science Departments Meets Demands
CREATING A LEARNING experience worth remembering is
the long-range goal of the Science Department. Miss Martha
Butler is chairman in charge of planning the scope of three
major fields - biology, chemistry, and physics. Under her su-
pervision several levels are offered to suit a wide range of in-
terests and abilities.
Advanced classes in biology, chemistry, and physics are
available, as well as classes on less accelerated levels.
MISS MARTHA BUTLER - Head of Science Department; B.S. South-
western University, M.S. Oregon State University
MISS SUSAN MYERS - Biology I
MR. JOHN GODWIN - Biology I, II; B.A., M.Ed.
North Texas State University
MR. ALFRED HEBERT - Biology I; B.S. Lamar Tech;
Future Doctors, Tennis
MR. STEPHEN LARKIN - Biology I, Chemistry; B.S.
Angelo State University; NHS, Folksingers Club, Ad-
MR. W. HOYT LONG - Biology I; B.S. East Texas
State; Future Doctors, Advanced Science, Archery
MR. JACK SELL - Chemistry; B.S. Southwest Texas
State, M.A. University of Texas; Slide Rule Club, Slide
MR. RONALD SPOONER - Chemistry; B.S. Wiley
College, M.S.T. University of North Dakota; NHS,
MR. BILLY TOLAR - Physics; B.A. Lamar Tech, M.A.
University of Texas; Astronomy Club, Slide Rule Club
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