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White Coat Ceremony held at the conclusion of the WCHS Project Lead the Way Classes

White Coat Ceremony held at the conclusion of the WCHS Project Lead the Way Classes

 

(l-r) Recent graduates Alex Piercy and Heather Abbott thanked their Teacher Emily Hopper for the three years she contributed to their PLTW classes. 

Teacher Emily Hopper spoke to the students and parents at the concluding ceremony

Hannah Gregory spoke during the banquet

Current Senior Hannah Gregory shared information during the gathering

Parents pitched in to serve at the PLTW Banquet

Recent 2019 graduate Megan Sullivan and Junior Daniel Ward

Families enjoyed the PLTW White Coat Dinner

(l-r:) PLTW students Hannah Reynolds, Alexis Howard, and Leah Ramsey (all currently juniors)

Emily Hopper presenting a gift bag to current Sophomore William Beckley

Current Junior Katlyn L.Dishman was presented with a certificate by Principal Justin Alley

WCHS Principal Justin Alley presented current Sophomore Mia Phillips with her white coat

Principal Justin Alley presenting a certificate to current Sophomore John Rains

Current Sophomore Bryan Porras received his white coat

Sophomore Lauren Rose received her jacket after her freshman year.

Emily Hopper gave 2019 graduate Alex Piercy her 3rd Year Medical Interventions medallion

Project Lead the Way classes

Medical Interventions: Third Year Class

Front: Katie Piercy, Hannah Gregory, Alex Piercy, Heather Abbott, Kinsey Jones, Megan Sullivan

Back: Bryce Gossage, Sydney Sloan, Jasmine Boykin, Nicole Hesse, Daniel Ward

Sophomore Class - Human Body Systems

Freshmen Class - Principles of Biomedical Science

Bryce Gossage, Alex Piercy, Emily Hopper, Heather Abbott, Kinsey Jones, Megan Sullivan

 

Classroom Lab Activities


biomedical student tests foods to see how much energy they make in our bodies

Biomedical student tests foods to see how much energy they make in our bodies

brain study class

Brain Power

brain study

Brain test

eye 2

Dissecting a cow's eyeball

food tests

Food assignment in the lab

Freshman biomedical science students used a quick simulation to explore the different types of cell transport and diagnose our patient as hyperglycemic or hypog

Sophomore Biomedical Science students used a quick simulation to explore the different types of cell transport and diagnose a patient as hyperglycemic or hypoglycemic





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