Practical life skill studies

March 26, 2014 

Clockwise from left, Nick Schumacher, Sean Mattlock and Brennen Dodson learning to use sewing machines March 25 in an eighth-grade Personal Skills class taught by Mary Nelson at Pleasant Lea Middle School. It covers skills from balancing checkbooks to sewing on buttons. “Things they can use their whole lives,” Nelson said.

RUSS PULLEY — the Journal

Clockwise from left, Nick Schumacher, Sean Mattlock and Brennen Dodson learning to use sewing machines March 25 in an eighth-grade Personal Skills class taught by Mary Nelson at Pleasant Lea Middle School. It covers skills from balancing checkbooks to sewing on buttons. “Things they can use their whole lives,” Nelson said.

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