N.C. Cooperative Extension Teaches Franklin High Child Development Class

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Kim Terrell, Family and Consumer Science Agent for the N.C. Cooperative Extension of Macon County, recently visited Mrs. Heather McClure’s Family and Consumer Science and Child Development classes at Franklin High School. Kim discussed with students the importance of eating a healthy breakfast and shared quick and nutritious breakfast ideas with students. Students participated in hands-on food prep and a “build your own” yogurt parfait treat.

FHS Child Development Class

FHS Child Development students preparing Fruit Parfaits.