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High School Class Gets a High 5

High School Class Gets a High 5



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(KSL News) A teacher in Ogden says he's seen plenty of his peers under the spotlight with our High 5 segment, but he wanted to turn the tables.

Brent Richardson says his students have worked hard all year and deserve a High 5 of their own. We agreed.

Richardson teaches an advanced anatomy and physiology class at Ogden High School. It's a dual-credit course, where student get high school and college credit.

He wanted to see them recognized for their hard work in class, and for their efforts in an end-of-the-year service project. The students are tying blankets and making hats for children in need.

You can send us High 5 nominations at the link on this page.

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