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The following are items that are needed for class activities-donate whatever you are able to donate:
- Lysol or Clorox cleaning wipes
- Paper Towels
- Kleenex (any size-always in demand)
- Gloves (sizes L and XL are typically in demand)
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Important Dates to Remember...
Monday, February 18: President’s Day (Schools closed)
Thursday, March 7: Early Dismissal (3-hour, 15-minute day for students) End of 3rd nine weeks
Thursday, March 14: 3rd nine weeks report cards
Tuesday, March 19: Parent / Teacher Conferences (grades PK-5)
Thursday, March 21: Parent / Teacher Conferences (grades 6-12)
Monday, March 25 - Friday, March 29: Spring Break (Schools closed)
Friday, April 19: Good Friday (Schools closed)
Monday, May 27: Memorial Day (Schools closed)
Tuesday, May 28: Teacher work day (No school for students)
Wednesday, May 29: Pick-up Report Cards 8:00 am to 10:00 am
2018-2019 Important Dates
||Week of 9/3
||Week of 11/5
||Week of 2/4
||Week of 4/8
Welcome to Mrs. Harrison's
webpage for the 1st, 3rd, & 4th Year of Biomedical Courses. This
webpage is a great resource
for both parents and students...
Students will investigate the variety of topics within the first year of Biomed.
We will introduce the field of forensics and STEM history as it relates
to the medical profession. We will discuss, in detail,
the cardiovascular system as it relates to both anatomy
and physiology. During the second semester we will
thoroughly discuss diabetes and the organs related to this disease.
The final nine weeks will culminate with a year end full body project.
Also, begin your high school career in Biomed by joining our CTSO HOSA!
Students will investigate the variety of interventions involved in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease. This course is a “How-To” manual for maintaining overall health and homeostasis in the body; the course will explore how to prevent and fight infection, how to screen and evaluate the code in our DNA, how to prevent, diagnose, and treat cancer, and how to prevail when the organs of the body begin to fail.
Students design innovative solutions for
the health challenges that are on the
horizon by working on open-ended real world
problems such as emergent care, biomedical
engineering, & public health.Students will
primarily focus on their CMS Senior Thesis
which should correlate with the
health science/biomedical field.They will be working with a
mentor/advisor from an university, hospital,
research institution, or the biomedical industry.
The Senior Thesis is required as a parital
fulfillment for a Central Magnet Diplomia.
This course is designed for 12th grade students,
who have completed Biomed I-II-III.