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Students in Ms. Love's Project Lead the Way- Honors Biomedical Innovations class gave their final sales pitch presentations to the community in a "Shark Tank"-like setting last night at WCHS. These students have been in this program for their entire 4-year high school careers and received a medal that will be worn on their robe during the graduation ceremony in June. Congratulations & great job students!



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Yesterday Mr. Ksiezopolski's Emergency Medical Services students were practicing some new skills and "rescued" Mrs. Jackson, the WACC Assistant Director! The students safely strapped her to the backboard, carried her across the sidewalk, and placed her on top of their truck to pose for a picture. Great job students, and special thanks to Mrs. Jackson for offering to be their patient!



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Mrs. Coates' Medical Terminology students are using Quizlet Live to review medical terms in class. This online learning tool is a place where all students can share knowledge in any subject and at any level. It not only allows students to work together and enhance communication amongst eachother as part of a team, but also reinforces their vocabulary and accuracy over speed.
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Dr. Matt Houck, from Physical Rehab, discussed physical therapy today in Mrs. Coates Medical Terminology class. 
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 Project Lead the Way: Biomedical 4th year students had the opportunity to showcase a project they've been working on last Thursday evening at the WCS Central Office Building. Recently, the students were asked to write their own human physiology experiments, gather and statistically analyze their data, and design scientific posters. The posters were presented in a gallery format with students available to answer questions about their projects. The event was open to our local media, biomedical advisory board, parents, and community leaders. Great job everyone!




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