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Students learn biotechnology

On Thursday, Feb. 2 Ashley Johnson’s Anatomy & Physiology and AP Biology classes at South Stokes were visited by NC BioNetwork, a group that is part of the NC community college system. BioNetwork led the classes through a hands-on activity about immunology and diagnostic testing to determine what microorganism could be causing a patient’s sore throat. Students learned how to use micropipettors, the basics of the immune system, how to run an immunology bioassay and about opportunities for biotechnology education through the NC Community College system.


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Southeastern Middle School recognized their 2017 Spelling Bee Winners at a recent assembly. Winner Morgan Gregory (center), Reece Weaver, second place (right) and Shelby Scott, third place (left).


April Rice

On Thursday, Feb. 2 Ashley Johnson’s Anatomy & Physiology and AP Biology classes at South Stokes were visited by NC BioNetwork, a group that is part of the NC community college system. BioNetwork led the classes through a hands-on activity about immunology and diagnostic testing to determine what microorganism could be causing a patient’s sore throat.

Students learned how to use micropipettors, the basics of the immune system, how to run an immunology bioassay and about opportunities for biotechnology education through the NC Community College system.

Southeastern Middle School recognized their 2017 Spelling Bee Winners at a recent assembly.

Winner Morgan Gregory (center), Reece Weaver, second place (right) and Shelby Scott, third place (left).

On Thursday, Feb. 2 Ashley Johnson’s Anatomy & Physiology and AP Biology classes at South Stokes were visited by NC BioNetwork, a group that is part of the NC community college system. BioNetwork led the classes through a hands-on activity about immunology and diagnostic testing to determine what microorganism could be causing a patient’s sore throat. Students learned how to use micropipettors, the basics of the immune system, how to run an immunology bioassay and about opportunities for biotechnology education through the NC Community College system.
http://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_EDBiology-.jpgOn Thursday, Feb. 2 Ashley Johnson’s Anatomy & Physiology and AP Biology classes at South Stokes were visited by NC BioNetwork, a group that is part of the NC community college system. BioNetwork led the classes through a hands-on activity about immunology and diagnostic testing to determine what microorganism could be causing a patient’s sore throat. Students learned how to use micropipettors, the basics of the immune system, how to run an immunology bioassay and about opportunities for biotechnology education through the NC Community College system. Courtesy photo

Southeastern Middle School recognized their 2017 Spelling Bee Winners at a recent assembly. Winner Morgan Gregory (center), Reece Weaver, second place (right) and Shelby Scott, third place (left).
http://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_EDSEschoolwinners.jpgSoutheastern Middle School recognized their 2017 Spelling Bee Winners at a recent assembly. Winner Morgan Gregory (center), Reece Weaver, second place (right) and Shelby Scott, third place (left). April Rice
Students learn biotechnology
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