Salisbury Press

Saturday, April 20, 2019
Western Salisbury Elementary School fifth graders visited Lehigh Career and Technical Institute to expand their knowledge of the systems of the human body in a field trip recently. LEFT: Salisbury High School and LCTI students Cheyenne Swartz and Morgan Hibell-Nace use exercise science to talk to WSE students about the digestive system. See additional photos on Page A15.PRESS PHOTO BY REBECCA Western Salisbury Elementary School fifth graders visited Lehigh Career and Technical Institute to expand their knowledge of the systems of the human body in a field trip recently. LEFT: Salisbury High School and LCTI students Cheyenne Swartz and Morgan Hibell-Nace use exercise science to talk to WSE students about the digestive system. See additional photos on Page A15.PRESS PHOTO BY REBECCA
Press photos by Rebecca FoehrkolbWSE students visit the commercial baking classroom where they see how math is used to double or triple the ingredients in a recipe in a lesson led by Salisbury High School student Shawna Cuth and Nathan Holguin, of Whitehall. Press photos by Rebecca FoehrkolbWSE students visit the commercial baking classroom where they see how math is used to double or triple the ingredients in a recipe in a lesson led by Salisbury High School student Shawna Cuth and Nathan Holguin, of Whitehall.
WSE student Isabella Nimeh converts the recipe. WSE student Isabella Nimeh converts the recipe.
WSE student Drew Petrie uses a cookie cutter to make a cookie with help from Anastasia Getz and Eric Smith, a student at SHS and LCTI. WSE student Drew Petrie uses a cookie cutter to make a cookie with help from Anastasia Getz and Eric Smith, a student at SHS and LCTI.
Sarah Beckage decorates a cookie with parts of the digestive system made of fondant. Every student got to decorate and take home one of these cookies. Sarah Beckage decorates a cookie with parts of the digestive system made of fondant. Every student got to decorate and take home one of these cookies.

WESTERN SALISBURY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Thursday, April 11, 2019 by The Press in School

A field trip to LCTI helps students