Being an eighth, ninth or tenth grade student is tough enough, but playing the game of LIFE maze at that age can be life changing.
Some Bledsoe County students, with parental or guardian permission, participated in a LIFE maze last Friday at the high school with life scenarios. Students were given a scenario and had to follow the path, making life-changing decisions along the way, explained Michelle Rains, coordinated school health director. Set up throughout the gymnasium were booths with various things students could face in the future, depending on the decisions they make.
For more see the March 24 issue of The Bledsonian Banner.