Students at Camden County High School presented their graduation projects recently under the direction of Jennifer Bonney, a school English teacher. Some of the topics students tackled in their projects included elementary education, video editing, nutrition, law enforcement, development of a chicken embryo, importance of classroom management, sleep apnea, Coast Guard medicine, criminal defense and the health benefits of registered nurses.
Students who presented their work are Jessica Kravchak, Morgan White, Kara Pipkin, Leana Simmons, Kelsey Hamby, Amber Johnson, Tanner Nixon, Michaela Oldland, Emma Eskew, and Nicole Harris. Students used Power Point and Prezi to give professional and articulate delivery of their researched material.
Honor Society performs community service
The CCHS National Honor Society, under the guidance of English teacher Janice Simmons, has had various projects during the first semester.
Earlier in the semester, they sponsored a food drive for the Albemarle Food Bank. Most recently they visited the Benjamin house in Elizabeth City and helped residents make picture frames to give to their families for Christmas.
They also sang, danced, and played with the residents and spent some quality time with them.
The National Honor Society is committed to service projects and has displayed both character and service during the first semester.