By Richard Bammer
Drawing blood. No, not for the squeamish, that’s for sure.
But most of the 125 students who attended a Gifted and Talented Education event, dubbed GATE-ER, which offered learning about medical sciences, sat, watched and listened Saturday at Vacaville High.
There, in about five different classrooms at the West Monte Vista campus, the students, all of them in the elementary grades, learned the details of phlebotomy, X-rays, making a cast for a broken arm or leg, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation, among other things.