Sunday, March 30, 2008
Business is Economics - 1982
Pictured: Troy Smith, Anne Bueche, Mary O'Brien and a presentation on word processing.
Mrs. Olivier taught Typing I, Typing II, and Economics. She commented that her typing students liked typing class. But the Consumer Economics students said it wasn't as much fun as they thought it would be.
According to Dave Becrow, "Economics helps you become a smart shopper."
Joe Sheltraw said, "Typing is a pretty good class, you also learn a lot."
"It comes in handy," commented Beth Gallery.
Economics is required for all seniors in order to graduate. Typing can be taken anytime after your freshman year.