NHS members take students to restaurant
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Members of the National Honor Society at Piedmont High School took a group of the school system’s special needs children to Sageberry Restaurant in Centre recently. The students were accompanied by special education teacher and National Honor Society sponsor Meg Crane.

“We are working with our students on the skills that will be imperative for them as they transition from high school (transitional skills),” said Crane. “It was such an amazing experience.”

The students were able to practice skills learned in previous units such a how to order from a menu, how to calculate food costs, including taxes and tips, how to make change and how to practice good manners.

After the lessons, the students were fed a Thanksgiving meal.

Crane said her students were blessed by the experience.
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