Students learning dangers of Parvo

Team Radio Marketing Group - March 9, 2017 11:15 am

Carole Keffer’s Spanish class at East Middle School has been working with Paula Cain, Ponca City Emergency Management director, to create flyers in Spanish to inform the public about the dangers of Parvo and how to protect their pets.

Parvo is a highly contagious viral disease that affects dogs.

“This has become a large ‘real world’ concern here in Ponca City,” Cain said.

Cain had the flyers professionally printed and delivered to Keffer’s class so students could distribute them throughout the community.  Cain also invited students to attend and hand out flyers at a special community adoption event on May 6.


Back row, from left, Libby Clark, Aubree Jones, Tori Freeman, Mike Hernandez, Corbin Eagan, Zack Ramsey.

Front row,  Alexis Irons, Izaiah Sentel, Savannah Murray, Kaitlyn Shields, Murilee Trejo, Brooke Pruitt, Ashley Pittser,

Standing, Paula Cain and teacher Carole Keffer.

 

 

 

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