Isla Eugene stood at the classroom sink and sang the alphabet song as she scrubbed her little hands with soap and water.
That was just one of the lessons Isla and her classmates learned Wednesday morning when Katherine Boyle, a public health educator from Warren County Public Health, visited Queensbury UFSD’s universal prekindergarten classrooms to talk to students about hand washing.
“Germs can be anywhere,” Boyle said, “which means we have to wash our hands.”
Warren County Public Health visits schools around the county to present educational programs on health-related subjects like hand washing, personal hygiene, nutrition and dental care.
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