The Richmond Register


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From left, Andra Allen, 11, and Virginia Deaver, 13, add pieces of non-drying clay to their model skull to create skin and tissue depth during the forensic facial reconstruction class taught by Noelle McGill. Many children will never be exposed to this form of art and science, McGill said, who worked as an art teacher for several years and integrated science and anatomy into her curriculum.