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Lorre-Kaye Leslie

Lorre-Kaye Leslie

Lorre-Kaye Leslie

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Students try to identify and name bones of the body in Magdelina Molledo’s anatomy class. “Ms. Molledo wanted us to look at the skeleton,” senior Gabrielle McKessey said. “We were at different stations and bones would go to different tables and we had to identify which bones were what and which joints were what. A lot of people liked to mess around with the full body skeleton; I didn’t really do it but I know people had fun.”

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