PAYNESVILLE — Jesse Rasmussen's science classroom has all the proper trappings of a traditional science classroom. Lab tables. Emergency eye-washing station. Lab coats. Goggles. DNA models. Skelly the Skeleton.
But much more is happening in the room in Paynesville High School: Reading X-rays. Growing bacteria. Measuring heartbeats and blood pressure. These are the activities of any hospital or medical lab, not a typical high school classroom.
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