Guest speak talks skeleton system


Melissa Smith, the MRI programming coordinator at Forsyth Technical Community College, shows off some diagrams while speaking on the human skeleton system to students at Pilot Mountain Elementary School.


Fifth grade students at Pilot Mountain Elementary had a unique opportunity to listen to guest speaker talk about the human skeletal system.

Since September, students in the fifth grade have been learning about the human body and its different systems. Melissa Smith, who visited the school to speak on the subject, is the MRI programming coordinator at Forsyth Technical Community College.

Smith shared a slideshow with the students and explained the functions of the skeletal system.

“The students learned a lot during this visit and even had some laughs when Mrs. Smith showed them an X-ray of a ‘selfie’ that looked like a skull,” the school said in a statement. “This visit reinforced material that fifth grade teachers, Karen Huffman, Janet Jarrell, and Daniel Bowman, have taught in their classrooms.”

Melissa Smith is in both photos attached and 5th Grade Students (Photo Number 0044). This photo only shows students from the back – do you still need names? Thank you!

Melissa Smith, the MRI programming coordinator at Forsyth Technical Community College, shows off some diagrams while speaking on the human skeleton system to students at Pilot Mountain Elementary School.
http://www.pilotmountainnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_DSC_0051.jpgMelissa Smith, the MRI programming coordinator at Forsyth Technical Community College, shows off some diagrams while speaking on the human skeleton system to students at Pilot Mountain Elementary School.

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