Douglas Anderson, high school teacher in District 196, brought two groups of senior classes with him to the RF Campus for a health education and career options lunch and learn. The classes are taught cooperatively, combining students from Eagan, Eastview and Rosemount high schools, and they focus their study on patient care within various health care careers. While at campus, the high school students learned about medical assisting and medial administrative assisting form Amy Stadem, Program Chair of the Medical Assisting Program. The students were able to learn about injections done by MA’s, and they even injected oranges in a hands-on demonstration. Even more, the students were thrilled to see Amy practice a tuberculosis test on their instructor! The students also enjoyed a presentation on nursing from Faye Uppman, Dean of Nursing, and an interactive tour of the BSN simulating labs.