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Gingerbread man project ends the semester in Medical Terminology

Gingerbread man project ends the semester in Medical Terminology

December 14, 2018
Initial assignment changed after students experience difficulties completing it.
Respiratory Therapy sophomores explore medical professions

Respiratory Therapy sophomores explore medical professions

November 16, 2018
All throughout freshman year, Smith prepares her freshman students for the upcoming years in her course. She teaches her students the basic knowledge needed in order to be prepared for sophomore, junior and senior year.
Student-led Girls in Tech readies for event

Student-led ‘Girls in Tech’ readies for event

November 13, 2018
On Dec. 7, middle school girls will come to our school to learn about the STEM programs here.
Sophomores learn about ancient war techniques

Sophomores learn about ancient war techniques

November 8, 2018
Both regular and honors classes will be doing this project. The regular classes will do this project later in the year as a final exam, while the honors classes do a project on shadow puppetry.
An Hour in ... Medical Terminology

An Hour in … Medical Terminology

October 29, 2018
Students in medical terminology taught the class lessons on medical vocabulary.
Juniors in Respiratory Science III learn how to use AED for CPR

Juniors in Respiratory Science III learn how to use AED for CPR

October 19, 2018
Students in Respiratory Science III are participating in a month-long CPR certification program.
Sophomores engage in year-long project on continents

Sophomores engage in year-long project on continents

October 16, 2018
Sophomores in Thur’s World History classes are doing projects where each class is assigned a specific continent to research throughout the year.
Seniors start internship program

Seniors start internship program

September 21, 2018
Seniors have started doing internships for their end-of-year capstones.