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Friday, 04 January 2019 16:25

NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS

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With the New Year comes the infamous New Year's resolution a commitment that you make to yourself that you will do or not do a particular thing in the new year, usually with the thought that what you commit to will make you a happier or better person than you were the year before. While resolution are known for failure studies show they don't have to be if you make them manageable and realistic. Instead of planning to travel to the moon maybe look into making it to a science camp or staying awake in your science class. Whatever your…
Wednesday, 26 December 2018 22:34

FIREWORKS IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

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'Tis the season to see, buy and sell fireworks but do you know the law? Find out what the laws are in your area by checking out the My Streets section of LawforKids! There you can easily see what is and isn't allowed in your neighborhood. From all of us at LawforKids have a safe, fun and.... HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Wednesday, 19 December 2018 14:47

A PUBLIC HEALTH EPIDEMIC

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A new public health epidemic is sweeping the nation one puff at a time according to the U.S. Surgeon General. Vaping and e-cigarettes are on the rise since they entered the market in 2007, especially with youth. But who is the Surgeon General and why should we listen to him? The Surgeon General is our "Nations Doctor and provides Americans with the best scientific information available on how to improve their health and reduce the risk of illness and injury". According to the Surgeon General,"Most e-cigarettes contain nicotine – the addictive drug in regular cigarettes, cigars, and other tobacco products".…
Thursday, 13 December 2018 09:27

NO MORE HOMEWORK

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For years there has been a growing concern that students, especially at the elementary and middle school level are being given too much homework. According to the Wall Street Journal in the most recent study available (2016) high school students spend an average of 7.5 hours a week on homework while grades K-8 averaged 4.7 hours. Some school districts, like Ridgefield Public Schools in Ridgefield, Connecticut and Wayne Township Public Schools in Wayne, New Jersey, are saying that it is just too much time and are restricting the amount of homework teachers can assign or banning it all together. However,…
Wednesday, 05 December 2018 14:01

SNOW FUN ON THE ROADSIDE

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It's snow season and that brings all the fun that comes along with it; sledding, skiing, snowboarding and of course the infamous snowball fights! But if you are going to enjoy the snow be sure that you travel a little further than your emergency pull off or roadside. Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) reminds us that while this may seem like an easy quick solution to get some snowy fun in it could also cause some serious problems "Highway shoulders are for emergencies only. Stopping there puts you and your loved ones at risk of a crash. It blocks first…