Former student, Michaella Lesieur brought her reading program to WES!
Having students read books they enjoy and celebrating their success in reading with a visit from WPRI Channel 12, Eyewitness News anchor Patrick Little! Students had an assembly learning about EAD (Eosinophil-Associated Disease).
Eosinophils are a type of white blood cells and they play an important part of our immune system. Eosinophils help us fight off certain types of infections, such as parasites. Many different problems can cause high numbers of eosinophils in the blood including allergies (food and environmental), certain infections (caused by parasites), eosinophil-associated gastrointestinal disorders, leukemia, and other problems.
Please see pictures from this event by clicking the Photo Album link on the right!
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