Hand in Hand completed the first versions of their app to provide support for women who suffer from SUD so that complications for babies born with NAS can be minimized. The app can be downloaded at johnson.kyschools/CmPS. On Wednesday, May 16 Appalachian Witeless reps are meeting with the team to help them figure out how to expand their app so the app can send alerts to members about upcoming community events. Last week students met with Phyllus Coleman to share their new ideas. They also donated more diapers collected from a local church.
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Students will begin creating scale models of some of the world’s tallest buildings when they return to school after fall break. View