Biology teacher Annie Messenger and special education teacher Jessica Bonura in May teamed up to provide students with a hands-on anatomy lesson at Live Oak High School in Watson.

The students participated in the dissection of a frog to learn about the internal structures of animals and how the tissues and organs are interrelated and to gain an appreciation of the complexity of organisms.

The special education class was paired with students from Messenger’s biology class, assisted by members of the LOH Reach club.

LOH Reach, Respect Everyone and Create Harmony, works to create a one-on-one friendship with a learning-disabled student, or buddy, and forge a lasting bond that will enhance each other’s high school experience, a news release said.