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Students use today’s headlines and research ways to create a healthier school.  In this mini-project, students examine these four areas… more

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Cryptograms are coded messages that use numbers (or other objects) in place of letters. You must then determine the cipher… more

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Mission:  Students will read several news articles about how governors are restricting travel to their states from Coronavirus hot spots. … more

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Schoolhouse Rock were catchy songs that appeared during breaks between Saturday morning cartoons during the 1970s and 80s. They were… more

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