All students in the veterinary science curriculum at Roland-Story High School have recently completed a unit of study involving the circulatory system of animals.

In one of their activities, the students each created their own 3-D model of the heart and then orally explained to the instructor the flow of blood through the heart and body system.

“This was a an activity developed that the students enjoyed as it allowed them a different method of showing how well they comprehend the objectives of the unit,” said Brad Taylor, veterinary science instructor.