CNA students teach hand washing

Royunna Watkins, Journalist

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Students In Mrs. Woolfley’s CNA classes have been teaching Pre-K students how to properly wash their hands. MHS students made posters and went to several daycares to demonstrate to the younger students  how to wash their hands. The CNA students also passed out stickers and coloring sheets and report that the young children really enjoyed the activities. Some of the daycares involved were Cornerstone Childcare Center, Kids Academy, Southwest Arkansas Child Development Center, and Miss Mandy’s Learning Center.

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