July 18, 2024

GARNETT — Students of Anderson County High School could learn to be a crime scene investigator. The USD 365 board of education has approved new science classes, including forensics and the human body. These classes will be offered for juniors and seniors next year. Other classes approved were vertabrate zoology and astronomy. The forensics class wouldn’t be too costly. The course, will supply students with equipment and a trip to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation’s laboratory in Topeka, will cost $725. According to science teacher Jeanna Scheve, science and technology professions will be in-demand in the next decade. The new classes could open the eyes of students and become new scientists.
Monday, Jan. 17, 1 p.m.

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