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PRE-K WEEK NURSE VISIT
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Monday, October 01, 2018
Pictured:  Dr. Teresa Teasley showing Jeremiah Tyson how to listen to his heartbeat.
Pictured: Dr. Teresa Teasley showing Jeremiah Tyson how to listen to his heartbeat.

Pre-K at Sumter County Primary school is celebrating Georgia Pre-K week October 1 – 5 by inviting community helpers to read and talk about their career. Dr. Teresa Teasley from Georgia Southwestern State University nursing program came and read to the students a book about nursing. She also brought in a stethoscope and let the students listen to their heartbeat.

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