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Date: Sun Jun 24 2001 - 13:41:35 PDT

In a message dated 6/23/01 11:55:16 PM Central Daylight Time, writes:

<< We have a human skeleton in our bio lab, also, and I invited her to the
 Room, but the bio teacher refused to allow that. She said the body was
 donated to science, and she felt very protective--felt it should be used for
 science only. Wonder how she thinks bio texts get illustrated. >>

Keep trying - when highschool was still in our elementary building I used to
the skeleton down to my art room and for about two weeks the kids drew ffrom
the skeleton and designed
skeletons out of poster boards and we cut them out. Then bradded the joints
together. I Could do this any month but October as we do not celebrate
in our school - I would have been suspect! The skeleton would now have to
about a mile in my car to be used in my classroom - hmmmmm that could be fun
especially if I was stopped by local sheriff! Hmmmm - now I am tempted.