By Bailey Warren
On Jan. 24, the Interact Club had a meeting that taught students about China and their culture. Media center specialist Pamela Poe went on a trip to China and wanted to share her experiences with students.
Interact club members watch as Poe shares her experiences with her family in China.
The Interact Club has a flag hangs in the MPR for their semi-monthly meetings.
Poe put out snacks to make the experience more authentic.
Poe was given a terracotta tea set in China because tea is an important part of their culture.
Poe brought in books for club members to look at while learning about her experiences.
Poe brought artifacts back from her trip to China to share with the students.
Sophomore Caitlynn Saltzgaber gets Pamela Poe’s PowerPoint ready to present to the other members of the Interact Club.
Poe provided snacks for all who attended the meeting.
Students were given a flyer for the next meeting where they would be discussing more fundraising opportunities.
Sophomore Grace Mcbroom and senior Sofia Franco take attendance to make sure members meet the required amount of meetings in order to get recognized at graduation.
by Alli Kling and Bailey Warren
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