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Mountain View High School senior Vanessa Garcia, left, prepares assistant principal Rich Engelhard’s finger for cholesterol and lipid profile screening tests as senior Samantha Jaime prepares to write down the results.
Last week, students in Mountain View’s Advanced Medical Laboratory Applications class took 77 tests of parents and teachers, nearly doubling the 40 tests taken last year. “It was very successful,” said Rosemarie Prater, the class instructor. “We had a very enthusiastic group of students who went out and got teachers to be tested and had their parents come in to be tested, too.”
Posted: Wednesday, February 16, 2011 6:00 am
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