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CES students learn about proper handwashing

Campbellsville Elementary School students recently learned the proper way to wash their hands.

 

Danny Ashlock, a representative from the Anthem insurance company, came to CES to talk to students about germs.

 

Ashlock talked to students about good and bad germs and how bad germs are spread.

 

He said bad germs can get in a person’s body many ways, from using pencils to touching doors.

 

Ashlock said germs can also be spread when a person touches their mouth, eyes, ears and nose.

 

To reduce the amount of germs on their hands, Ashlock said he recommends that students use warm and soapy water when they wash.

 

He said students should remember to wash their palms, wrists, nails and in between their fingers.

 

To see how well they wash their hands, Ashlock placed some “germs” in students’ hands. After the students washed their hands, he used a black light to see how well they washed.

 

Danny Ashlock, a representative from the Anthem insurance company, talks to CES first-graders about germs.

Danny Ashlock, a representative from the Anthem insurance company, talks to CES first-graders about germs.

 

Danny Ashlock, a representative from the Anthem insurance company, places “germs” in first-graders hands to see how well they can wash them away.

Danny Ashlock, a representative from the Anthem insurance company, places “germs” in first-graders hands to see how well they can wash them away.

 

Danny Ashlock, a representative from the Anthem insurance company, places “germs” in first-graders hands to see how well they can wash them away.

Danny Ashlock, a representative from the Anthem insurance company, places “germs” in first-graders hands to see how well they can wash them away.

 

CES first-graders, from left, Dyra Welch, Justice Nelson, Briley Sapp and Laurna McKenzie aren’t quite sure about the “germs” that have been placed on their hands.

CES first-graders, from left, Dyra Welch, Justice Nelson, Briley Sapp and Laurna McKenzie aren’t quite sure about the “germs” that have been placed on their hands.

 

CES first-graders NyJah Vaught, at left, and Daven Davis aren’t quite sure about the “germs” that have been placed on their hands.

CES first-graders NyJah Vaught, at left, and Daven Davis aren’t quite sure about the “germs” that have been placed on their hands.

 

Danny Ashlock, a representative from the Anthem insurance company, sees how well first-grader Justin Walls washed his hands.

Danny Ashlock, a representative from the Anthem insurance company, sees how well first-grader Justin Walls washed his hands.

 

CES first-graders practice washing their hands.

CES first-graders practice washing their hands.

 

CES first-grader Delaney Staton practices washing her hands.

CES first-grader Delaney Staton practices washing her hands.

 

CES first-graders Justice Nelson, at left, and Braydan Dyer practice washing their hands.

CES first-graders Justice Nelson, at left, and Braydan Dyer practice washing their hands.

 

CES first-grader Carson Montes practices washing his hands.

CES first-grader Carson Montes practices washing his hands.

 

CES first-grader Madison Wilhoite practices washing her hands.

CES first-grader Madison Wilhoite practices washing her hands.

 

CES first-graders Jewell Brewster, at left, and Aleeya Spaulding practice washing their hands.

CES first-graders Jewell Brewster, at left, and Aleeya Spaulding practice washing their hands.





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