Good Morning! It’s almost May here at KCHS, as well as everywhere else I guess. We’ve had a fun week. The 7th graders are continuing to learn about plants and today we spent some time evaluating what a garden on Mars would need and designing one. The sophomores are learning about classification and some of the phylums of animals. On Wednesday they dissected crayfish for an example of an arthropod. They’re getting better at dissections; the ones who didn’t like the worm did better with the crayfish. Next chapter we’ll dissect a frog. The seniors spent most of the week dissecting their fetal pigs. It was really interesting and they got to see a lot of the areas we’ve talked about this year. I just have a couple more things left for the seniors and they are done. It’s an odd feeling because this is the first year I’ve ever taught seniors. Graduation parties start next week and state trap is Thursday – Saturday, so sadly I have to miss the seniors last two days. The end is in sight, we just have to continue strong until then.