Campbellsville University Nursing students teach Campbellsville Elementary students

Campbellsville University Nursing students teach Campbellsville Elementary students

March 11, 2016
For Immediate Release 


CU nursing student Carissa Royer asks CES kindergartner Zach Hak to
choose a not so healthy snack. (Campbellsville Independent School photo
by Calen McKinney)

By Calen McKinney

Campbellsville University nursing students, Carissa Royer of Hendersonville, N.C; Jackie Plouvier of Hogenville, and Sandy Froggett of Greensburg; came to Campbellsville Elementary School on Monday, March 7, to talk to students about helmet safety, handwashing and healthy snacks.

Students learned how they should dress to ride a bicycle, how long they should wash their hands and what snacks are good for them, and which ones aren’t.

CES first-grader Jace Hagy and kindergartener Phoebe Ritchie won bicycle helmets to take home.
First-grader Bryleigh Curry won elbow pads, and second-grader Jaron Johnson took home knee pads.

Campbellsville University is a widely acclaimed Kentucky-based Christian university with more than 3,500 students offering 63 undergraduate options, 17 master’s degrees, five postgraduate areas and eight pre-professional programs. The website for complete information is campbellsville.edu.


CU nursing students, from left, Jackie Plouvier, Sandy Froggett and
Carissa Royer talk to students about the proper way to wear a bicycle
helmet. (Campbellsville Independent Schools Photo by Calen McKinney)


CU nursing student Jackie Plouvier shows how well CES kindergartener Bryson Gabehart did washing his hands. (Campbellsville Independent Schools Photo by Calen McKinney)


CU nursing student Jackie Plouvier shows how well CES kindergartener
Jyra Welch did washing her hands. (Campbellsville Independent School
Photo by Calen McKinney)


CU nursing student Carissa Royer asks CES kindergartner Braxton
Giles-Osinger to pick a healthy snack. (Campbellsville Independent Schools
Photo by Calen McKinney)


CU nursing student Carissa Royer asks CES kindergartener Madison Nunn
to choose a healthy snack. (Campbellsville Independent Schools Photo by
Calen McKinney)


CES students received prizes when CU nursing students, from left, Jackie
Plouvier, Carissa Royer and Sandy Froggett, came to talk to them about
helmet safety, handwashing and healthy snacks. From left are CES
first-grader Bryleigh Curry, second-grader Jaron Johnson, kindergartener
Phoebe Ritchie and first-grader Jace Hagy. (Campbellsville Independent
Schools Photo by Calen McKinney)

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