Leila Jones, LVT, from Adair County Animal Hospital is pictured with Thumper the rabbit and Loopy the Macaw Bird. Students learned about the different careers in the Veterinarian Industry and were able to enjoy the pets afterwards.
Pictured at Career Day are Trenton Smith, Weston Robinson, Zane Greer, Braxton McKinney, Paityn Stotts, Joseph McClister, Angela Mejia, and Megan Powell who are enjoying the goats brought by Adair County High School FFA.
Adair County High School HOSA student, Emily Perkins, is demonstrating how a stethoscope works to Adair County Primary Center student, Ellie Benson.
Bowen Furkin, Zayleigh Hatchett, Abigail Corbin, and Ariana Strode are being shown what is inside an ambulance and what the equipment is used for by Adair County EMS.
D.J. and Crystal Vertrees enjoyed Grand Group Grandparents Support Group meeting with their grandmother Janet Wilkerson on Tuesday, May 15th. They are identifying items they saw on the Jim Blair Walking Trail as they read a story posted along the trail.
Adanta staff Jennifer St. Andrews, Aundria McQueary, and Jennifer Blair talked to the students at the Adair County Primary Center Health Fair on Friday, May 4th on Bully Prevention and Importance of Sleep.
The following Leadership Youth who assisted with Adair County Primary Center Health Fair on Friday, May 4th are Elizabeth Marcum, Beth Cowan, Hannah Burton, Carli Carter, Matti Willis, Hallie Burton, Taylor Smith, Morgan Spoon, Briley Burns, Kiara Collins, Rachel Brown, Alicia Coffey, and Keaton Burton. (not in order) These students talked about why drinking water is important and how much water they should drink each day.
Marci Miller, L.P.N. with Healthy Kids Clinic talked to the students about the importance of handwashing at the Adair County Primary Center Health Fair on Friday, May 4th.
MaKayla Jones shared with the students at Adair County Primary Center Health Fair on Friday, May 4th how important it is to brush your teeth at least 2 times a day and to “Rethink Your Drink” with demonstration on amount of sugar in sodas.
Arryssene Taylor is pictured with her grandmother Jane Walkup at the family “Grand Group” event on Tuesday, May 15th.
Congratulations to Gavin Giles in Kindergarten and Halynn Stargel in 2nd grade from Adair County Primary Center for being drawn out of the ones who had perfect attendance during the 2nd semester. They are pictured with Paul Smith and Joe Flowers, local Shriners on the last day of school which was Friday, May 25th.
The bicycles were donated by local Mark Twain Shrine Club/Kosair Shriners and the helmets were donated by J.O.Y. Ministries.