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*Ms.Lee's Office Hours (Tutoring)
Tuesday: 730-8:00
Wednesday: 3:20-4:30
Everyday: During Nutrition 

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Brain Jog #3

"GMO SCIENTISTS COULD SAVE THE WORLD FROM HUNGER, IF WE LET THEM" [Newsweek]
http://www.newsweek.com/2015/05/29/gmo-scientists-could-save-world-hunger-if-we-let-them-334119.html

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*Brain Jogs

Brain Jog #2 [October]
Title: "WHO says hot dogs, bacon cause cancer. Does this mean we should all become vegetarians?"

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" In an announcement that has alarmed bacon lovers and sent the beef industry into a furor, the World Health Organization's cancer research arm on Monday declared processed meat a carcinogen, like tobacco, and said red meat is probably one, too.

Here's what experts have to say about what this new warning means for your diet.."

Read the article here:  https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/to-your-health/wp/2015/10/26/who-says-processed-meats-cause-cancer-do-i-need-to-become-a-vegetarian/


 

Brain Jog #1 [September]


Hear what they say about your brain- how your brain is different from that of an adult brain and what this means when it comes down to substance abuse. 

Click the link below to listen.

The Teenage Brain: NPR
"Why Teens Are Impulsive, Addiction-Prone And Should Protect Their Brains"
January 2015

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View Your Grade

Register for a schoolloop account to check grades. BOTH students and parents/guardians are encouraged to register for an account. You will now be able to access grades and assignments for all classes in one location!  In order to do so, follow these steps:

  1. Go to VAPA's homepage: http://www.vapa9.org/
  2. In the upper left corner, you will see a blue box that says “Register Now.” Click on it.
  3. The default language is English; if you want Spanish or Chinese, you will need to select it. You will then need to click on either “Student Registration” or “Parent Registration.”
  4. Once you have clicked on the Registration button from the previous step, you will need to do the following: 
    1. Enter student's ID number (birthday, followed by either a lower case ‘f’ or ‘m’ and then three numbers)
    2. Enter student’s first and last name
    3. Choose a login name
    4. Type in your e-mail
    5. Choose a password
    6. Click Register Now

(Instructions courtesy of Ms. Calvin)