The Real World Seminar classes learned about Car Care, jump starts, changing oil, changing tires, and checking tire pressure. Thank you Jimmy Gesling for taking the time to help us out.
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About Jill Angell
Mrs. Angell has been married to her husband Jed for 36 years. She has 3 grown and married children; Jayci, Jardyn and Jensyn, and 6 grandchildren. Mrs. Angell has taught for 29 years. She was the HS softball coach for 19 years, and is currently in her 7th year of coaching softball at CBMS. Mrs. Angell received her undergraduate in K-12 physical education from University of Central Missouri-Warrensburg and her masters in Curriculum and Instruction from Mizzou. Her hobbies include reading, cooking, walking, and spending time with family.
Students working on social health in health class.
Thanks Officer Davenport for giving us instruction on CPR.
Thank you Gretchen Spires at In Full Bloom for helping us with flower arranging. We LOVED it!
The Real World Seminar classes participated in Conflict Resolution Skills on Thursday. Thanks so much to all our special guests for coming in and helping out with this activity: Judy Musgraves, Steve Gordon, Lora Buckert, Karen Hagedorn, Sandra Dorr, Jayci Gesling, Jonathon Randolph, Jamileh Cox, Audrey Smith, Elizabeth Gillman, Josh Lancaster, and Judy Musgraves.
On Tuesday, in Real World Seminar, we learned about car care. Thanks Jim Gesling for showing us how to jump start a vehicle, change a tire, check tire pressure and change the oil.
Thanks Steve Buckert for the lessons on hammers and carpentry tools.
The Real World Seminar class learned to tie Palomar knots, Fisherman’s knot, and Blood knots. Thanks Emily Porter from the Missouri Department of Conservation for teaching us.
The Real World classes are learning a life skill and learned to wash windows.
Thank you to Steve Buckert for teaching us about tools and helping us drive nails.
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