Reptile program sponsored at Green Hills


The Green Hills Elementary School Resource Center sponsored a Reptile program for students from kindergarten- through eighth-grade. During the program students had an opportunity to see a 25-year-old snapping turtle.


Deavin Stewart, English language arts teacher at the school, was challenged to hold a snake for 10 seconds.


The Green Hills Elementary School Resource Center sponsored a Reptile program for students from kindergarten- through eighth-grade. During the program students had an opportunity to see a 25-year-old snapping turtle.

Deavin Stewart, English language arts teacher at the school, was challenged to hold a snake for 10 seconds.

The Green Hills Elementary School Resource Center sponsored a Reptile program for students from kindergarten- through eighth-grade. During the program students had an opportunity to see a 25-year-old snapping turtle.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Reptile-1.jpgThe Green Hills Elementary School Resource Center sponsored a Reptile program for students from kindergarten- through eighth-grade. During the program students had an opportunity to see a 25-year-old snapping turtle.

Deavin Stewart, English language arts teacher at the school, was challenged to hold a snake for 10 seconds.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Reptile-2.jpgDeavin Stewart, English language arts teacher at the school, was challenged to hold a snake for 10 seconds.
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