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!) '! ii , PAGE 10 A T HOGANSVIIA. HOME NEWS - MARCH 1, 2001 College Ci Area Stude ROUGHING IT - Mr. Peterson's U.S. History College Prep class took part in the study of colonial life and the American Revolution. They spent over two weeks preparing to try life outdoors as the colonists did. Wild on...Callaway Students Take to the Outdoors To Study Colonial Life By Christina Johnson Hill, Tony Tucker, Amy Buice, and Christina Johnson. These students spent a week outside living a colonial life, and teaching others about the colonists. Liana Shelhorse studied and reported on culinary arts used between 1000 and 1750 AD. Ms. Mattie Burden did her report on colo- nial music. Ms. Burden did her report on music because of her interest in different types and styles of music, and because music can be related to basically anything. Willie Moreland presented a project on three major American founders: Patrick Henry, George Washington, and John Adams. Tonya O'Dell researched colonial fam- ilies and the lifestyles of parents and chil- dren. Jennifer Hill studied women of color. Tony Tucker reported on the history of Benjamin Franklin. Amy Buice researched the Salem witch trials, day." Christina Johnson researched and reported on art throughout history. All of the students learned and became interested in their projects and they look forward to the next set of projects. These projects prove that learning can be fun. At Callaway High School, Mr. Peterson's 2nd period U.S. History College Prep class took part in the study of colo- nial life and the American Revolution. They spent over two weeks researching and preparing to try life outdoors as the colonists did. Along with their experiences, each student gave their own presentations on a different subject of colonial tune. Among the students in a class of only nine were: Liana Shelhorse, Mattie Burden, Willie Moreland, Tonya O'Dell, Jennifer West Georgia Tech is pleased to announce the and Honor Roll for Fall Quarter, 2000. Several Hogansville residents were named. A student must achieve high academic standards to to the President's List by taking a minimum of 12 and achieving a 4.0 grade point average for the quarten These students from Hogansville are Eleanor Culinary Arts; Nadean C. Elliott, Food Service; Marketing Management. THE HONOR ROLL consists of students who have minimum of 12 credit hours and achieved a 3.50-3.99 gr$ average. These students are as follows: Mei Wang, CO Information Systems; Rebecca A. Lunsford, Cosr Anthony S. Kimbrell, Industrial Maintenance. Saturday, March 10 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. See firsthand why 2001 u.s. 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