The Yellow Jacket, Yearbook of Thomas Jefferson High School, 1964 Page: 18
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Science Courses Keep
MRS. REVA WESTERMAN, Mr.
Jack Sell, and Mr. Darrell Ardoin,
TJ's chemistry teachers, find mod-
els of molecules helpful in teach-
ing the complex structure of sub-
stances. In addition to chemistry,
Biology I and the new Biology II
are taught by Mr. Sell. Mr. Ardoin
also teaches classes in biology.
AFTER A YEAR of teaching in Germany, Miss Martha
Butler returned to Port Arthur to assume the position of
head of the Science Department. Miss Butler uses this
human torso model to illustrate biological principles.
In the fast-moving world of science the value of a
top quality education cannot be overemphasized. Basic
courses. such as biology and chemistry, provide students
with a sound scientific background; more advanced
courses, such as physics and second-year biology, en-
able those students truly interested in science to explore
new areas and work on individual projects.
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