Sixty-three St. Thomas More School students participated in a hands-on healthcare educational demonstration at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest June 3.
The students were able to practice hands-on robotics surgery simulation based on an accuracy and dexterity grading system that had them competing for recognition as proficient in the robotics equipment.
They also viewed a demonstration of robotic coronary surgery and were instructed in first aid techniques to stop the bleeding in a severe wound simulation.
Q. In what grade, are you currently enrolled?
A. I am in 12th grade at Salisbury High School.
Q. What is your favorite subject? Why?
A. My favorite subject is environmental science because it is interesting to see how much humans affect the earth and I enjoy watching documentaries and doing the projects in class.
Q. Have you received any special awards or recognition?
Kindergarten: Ava Marie Adamcik, Ella Bannon, Lilian Bender, Kylin Blocker, Ryland Christ, Tevin Christopher, Lorencio Colon, Keren Corea, Michelle Curcio, Jacey Faustner, Tanner Foulke, Caleb Gonzalez, Floyd Greaves, Jesse Gunning, Aniylah Hamilton, Jake Harley, Adalyn Hernandez, Myah Hissim, Matthew Hrycko, Justin Johnson, Alexander Kichline, Dillon Kromer, Brandi Lasso, Evelyn Leathers, Dylan Legath, Olivia Lelko, Ava Martin, Anastasia Morillo, Itzel Morillo, Anaiyah Ortiz, Sebastian Padilla, Carter Palenchar, Julianna Pena, Mackenzie Petko, William Romero-Montanez, Blake Shoemaker, Hail