By Heriberto Leal
Mrs. Sondra Luker RN, BSN, is a teacher at Foley High School with tremendous nursing healthcare experience.
She teaches Foundations of Health Science, Human Body Structures and Functions, Therapeutic Services, and Internship.
Internship is a class that allows you to practice health care skills in clinical settings. You get to go to the hospital two times a week and observe and learn new procedures. You get Basic Life Support (BLS) certified and Patient Care Technician (PCT) certified. Our class has amazing instructors: Imy Dungca, Molly MacGregor, and Greyson Slaughter. Thanks to them, the whole class knows how to perform high quality CPR, how to use an ambu bag, hot to help a choking victim, infant CPR, and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED).
Mrs. Luker has a healthcare and teaching passion. She will continue to teach us throughout this course. It is a prestigious honor to be one of Mrs. Luker’s interns.
Because of her, we get to start early on our passion at such a young age!
Below is a peek about this class and what students do.