L to R: East Wake School of Health Science pharmacy tech seniors Hhnin Rmah, (cq both first and last) Zoe Jones, Nayeli Martinez, Juanita Jimenez-Vargas and Zureliz Rivera (all cq names) look over various prescription drug containers in a hands-on prescription drug recognition, name and class identification exercise Wednesday, March 4, 2015. They are studying pharmacy tech under their Career and Technology Health Sciences teacher Sandy Tyndall in their daily class on the greater East Wake High School campus.
L to R: East Wake School of Health Science pharmacy tech seniors Hhnin Rmah, (cq both first and last) Zoe Jones, Nayeli Martinez, Juanita Jimenez-Vargas and Zureliz Rivera (all cq names) look over various prescription drug containers in a hands-on prescription drug recognition, name and class identification exercise Wednesday, March 4, 2015. They are studying pharmacy tech under their Career and Technology Health Sciences teacher Sandy Tyndall in their daily class on the greater East Wake High School campus. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
L to R: East Wake School of Health Science pharmacy tech seniors Hhnin Rmah, (cq both first and last) Zoe Jones, Nayeli Martinez, Juanita Jimenez-Vargas and Zureliz Rivera (all cq names) look over various prescription drug containers in a hands-on prescription drug recognition, name and class identification exercise Wednesday, March 4, 2015. They are studying pharmacy tech under their Career and Technology Health Sciences teacher Sandy Tyndall in their daily class on the greater East Wake High School campus. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
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