GCCC classes study anatomy


Photos courtesy GCCC Greene County Career Center science teacher Kim Torrence uses balloons to help students understand the structure of the human face.

Photos courtesy GCCC Greene County Career Center science teacher Kim Torrence uses balloons to help students understand the structure of the human face.


Science teacher Jill Kraynek’s anatomy class combines petroleum jelly, cocoa powder and toilet paper to create fake wounds as they concluded a section on the integumentary system, the study of hair, skin and nails.


Photos courtesy GCCC

Greene County Career Center science teacher Kim Torrence uses balloons to help students understand the structure of the human face.

Science teacher Jill Kraynek’s anatomy class combines petroleum jelly, cocoa powder and toilet paper to create fake wounds as they concluded a section on the integumentary system, the study of hair, skin and nails.

Photos courtesy GCCC Greene County Career Center science teacher Kim Torrence uses balloons to help students understand the structure of the human face.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2019/11/web1_Balloons.jpgPhotos courtesy GCCC Greene County Career Center science teacher Kim Torrence uses balloons to help students understand the structure of the human face.

Science teacher Jill Kraynek’s anatomy class combines petroleum jelly, cocoa powder and toilet paper to create fake wounds as they concluded a section on the integumentary system, the study of hair, skin and nails.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2019/11/web1_Skin.jpgScience teacher Jill Kraynek’s anatomy class combines petroleum jelly, cocoa powder and toilet paper to create fake wounds as they concluded a section on the integumentary system, the study of hair, skin and nails.