Special Education students dine on their dissection
February 19, 2015
Capitol View ALP middle school students got a taste of biology, literally. This month, the students have been studying anatomy and have dissected star fish, frogs and fish among others which led the class to get a taste of the action. Students and staff feasted on culinary delicacies from other countries, such as kangaroo meatballs, ostrich meatballs, dried squid, calamari, frog legs, wasabi chips and more.
Manager Liz Shopbell and Director of Special Education Dan Naidicz shared the experience with the students. "It was very interesting," said Liz.
Northeast Metro 916 is one of three intermediate school districts in Minnesota, serving approximately 4,000 students through shared programming that includes career and technical education, special education services, area learning centers and elementary education.