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Working with Chalk in Foods and Nutrition

Students work with chalk around the OHHS campus

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Sarah Webber, the Foods and Nutrition teacher at Oak Hills High School, had her students go outside to draw diagrams of beef, pork, and lamb. The students were to list each type of cut that each mammal has as well as draw a thermometer indicating the minimal internal temperatures. The students all used chalk to draw their diagrams in between the buildings on campus.

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