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District Family Science Night and Health Fair

Bassfield High School presented the District Family Science Night and Health Fair on Thursday evening with attendees learning chemistry, biology, environmental studies, and personal health such a blood pressure and cholesterol checks. Workshop presenters were Carmen Taylor, Joel Hoxie, Rose Price, Mary Boykin, Christianna Williams, Mu Alpha Theta Members, and the South MS Medical Health Initiative (SEMRHI).

THE PRENTISS HEADLIGHT / KAREN SANFORD —Navraj Bahtra and Kenneth Island (seated) test chemicals for acid and base components.

THE PRENTISS HEADLIGHT / KAREN SANFORD —Navraj Bahtra and Kenneth Island (seated) test chemicals for acid and base components.

 

THE PRENTISS HEADLIGHT / KAREN SANFORD —Joel Hoxie, science and physics teacher explains cell structure to an interested parent.

THE PRENTISS HEADLIGHT / KAREN SANFORD —Joel Hoxie, science and physics teacher explains cell structure to an interested parent.

THE PRENTISS HEADLIGHT / KAREN SANFORD —Brogan Mason and John Ward, both 9th graders, show off a variety of skeletal organisms.

THE PRENTISS HEADLIGHT / KAREN SANFORD —Brogan Mason and John Ward, both 9th graders, show off a variety of skeletal organisms.

THE PRENTISS HEADLIGHT / KAREN SANFORD —Mary Boykin demonstrates the effects of dyslexia on the brain.

THE PRENTISS HEADLIGHT / KAREN SANFORD —Mary Boykin demonstrates the effects of dyslexia on the brain.

THE PRENTISS HEADLIGHT / KAREN SANFORD —Prentiss High School Algebra I teacher, Lester Magee, hosted in Alex-Trebek fashion a game of scientific Jeopardy.

THE PRENTISS HEADLIGHT / KAREN SANFORD —Prentiss High School Algebra I teacher, Lester Magee, hosted in Alex-Trebek fashion a game of scientific Jeopardy.