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Something Interesting for Show-and-Tell!

Noah Knapp-Taillefer a student in the ELKP French Immersion class at St. Francis proudly displays his x-ray that shows off the quarter in his stomach!

February 9, 2012 - Noah Knapp-Taillefer - a student in the Early Learning French Immersion class at St. Francis has something really cool to share with his class. For show-and-tell, Noah brought in an x-ray, one that showed off a quarter in his stomach! After a quick visit to the hospital, all was well and Noah thought that his adventure and x-ray would be a great story to share with his friends. Angele Lachance, Noah's teacher, thought this would be a great opportunity to talk to her students about the dangers of putting objects in their mouths as well as the process of how food is digested through the body. "He was quite proud to talk about his adventure," Lachance stated. "And we figured what a great segue into safety tips and the human body and how it works - it was an exciting show-and-tell for sure!"



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