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MTHS has expanded course offerings for the 2018-2019 school year. New classes being offered include Literature of Social Justice, Ethnic Studies, Human Anatomy and Physiology and AP Art History, along with the return of the Walking/Conditioning class available in previous years.
There are also two new Intra-District programs offered through Sno-Isle next year, which include Healthcare Professions and Applied Engineering and Manufacturing.
AP Art History, open to grades 11 and 12, is a yearlong class to be taught by Michael DeNoma that fulfills an art credit. The curriculum seeks to teach the background of art development over the course of human history.
Biology teacher Penny Lefavour will teach Human Anatomy and Physiology, which is a yearlong class open to grades 10-12. Students will study the living matter and biological systems of organisms; students will participate in dissections to expand learning. The class can count for Career and Technical Education (CTE) credits or lab science credits.