Pioneer Technology nurses teach Woodlands’ students best hand-washing techniques

Ponca City Now - January 31, 2019 12:11 pm

Nursing students from Pioneer Technology visited Woodlands Elementary to lead hand-washing clinics in all classes. Students were taught best hand-washing techniques to prevent the spread of germs and disease. Students took turns practicing as the nurses coached them through the process. They even learned a catchy hand-washing song.

Heather Parker (Nursing Student & Woodlands Mom) and Zaxton Hacker (Kindergarten)

Jennifer Delaney (Nursing Instructor & Woodlands Mom), Caitlin Moore (Nursing Student), 5th Graders Logan Ross, Addison Diedrich, Blake Austin, & Haley Maples.

Tabitha Hudson (Nursing Student) and Bella Beathard (1st Grade)

 

 

 

 

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