Last night, the Fall Play cast welcomed residents from Aperion Care to watch the final dress rehearsal of this year's show, Million Dollar Meatballs. The actors appreciated having a small audience for the last practice and they are excited for the final performances! Shows are tonight and Saturdayat 7:00 pm and admission is $5. The cast can't wait to see you there
Mrs. Schultz's HS Health class is learning about the Body Systems. Currently, the students are learning about the Skeletal System. Did you know there are 206 bones in the body? After learning about how the skeletal system works, how it protects internal tissues and organs from damage,
and how our bones continue to grow, both in length and in thickness, until approximately age 25, the students started a 'Skeleton Man' project. This hands on activity helps the students recall information, memorize different bones in the body, and shows their creativity.
Mennonite nursing students teach students the importance of hand washing and covering their cough in Mrs. House's third grade class. (picture 1 & 2) The ribbons are 3 feet long demonstrating how far germs from a cough can spread if not covered!
Mr. Ruiz's students (picture 3) play a health game with Mennonite Nursing students following a lesson on healthy eating tips!