Relax the night before the test
Don’t cram. You are being tested on knowledge that you have accumulated over the course of the year. And over the past few months especially, you’ve been taking ACT prep. Studying at the last minute will only stress you out for very limited gain. Go to a movie or hang out with a friend — anything to get your mind off of the test!
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Three words: community service hours. Whether you’re required to log them before high school graduation, want to give back to your community, or are just looking to add polish to your college apps, they’re essential. Here, we break down the ins and outs of community service and give you the 10 best ways to give back.
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West Clermont High School is super excited to announce that they will be having their very first winter dance! Come and jam out with DJ John Buycks at WCHS. The theme of this year’s winter dance will be Fire and Ice! The dance will be held on Saturday, January 20th from 7:30pm-11:00pm. There will also be a winter royalty court who will be getting crowned! The dance is a semi-formal and tickets will be going on sale Monday, January 8th and will cost 15.00. If you are interested in going and decide to purchase a ticket please note there are a few things you need to know. Your student ID is required, there will be no lookups or office visits for temporary IDs. If you ended up losing your ID replace it in advance. Another thing that you will need is your infosnap information must be completed and at least half of your students fees must paid. Also, you are required to sign a behavior contract if you want to attend. So come on out and enjoy yourself and dance with friends!
Le’Veon Bell, RB, Pittsburgh Steelers: His 39.5 topped all running backs on Sunday and represented the third-best single-game total of his career
DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Houston Texans: Like his 35.9 PPR points, it was the fourth time in his career that he had scored at least 35, and in each of the four he had a different quarterback throwing to him. Continue reading Fantasy football Winners/Losers Week 14
Officials in France have pushed for a complete ban on students using cell phones in educational facilities.
Notice that this isn’t the first ban of phones in French educational spaces. For about a year now, they’ve just been banned specifically in classrooms. Students however are currently able to get onto their devices during breaks such as downtime between classes or lunch. The new law would change those rules, featuring a total ban on mobile phones. Continue reading France Soon To Feature A Total Ban Of Cell Phones In Schools
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Table tennis, or more commonly known as ping pong, is an Olympic sport in which two or four players hit a lightweight ball across a net. Table tennis requires an athletic background with quick reflexes and good coordination.
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Before you learn how to play, you must first learn the basic rules. The first rule of the game is that the serve must bounce on your side of the table and then onto the opponents’. Once the ball is served, your opponent then will allow the ball to hi Continue reading How to Play Ping Pong
As mid term exams are coming up for most high school student, that means more stress is also happening. Exams are very stressful for students, these test can make or break your grades. Exams don’t have to be stressful for everyone, there are certain tricks you can do to help you do much better on the exams.
To get your best possible grade on your exam you should study. The more you look at something and read/write it out the better you’ll remember it. A very good way to remember those terms or formulas are flash cards. Just take note cards and a sharpie and write out your words or anything you need to remember on one side then, flip it and write the definition or explanation. There are a ton of apps out there where you can study from but one of the best is quizlet. On quizlet you can make your own digital flashcards and could have the app read them to you. There are other functions on his app that will really help you.
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Toward the end of third quarter, QB Carson Wentz left the field with a left knee injury against the Los Angeles Rams.
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Well known by everybody, the country of North Korea and it’s leader Kim Jong Un aren’t the United States’ best friends. In fact, very much the opposite of that. The tensions between our country and government along with theirs continually grows and grows and has been doing so for decades under numerous leaders. Never have we been at close ties with them and we probably never will, and now is the worst it’s ever been. With our president being as ruthless as ever, never holding any words or threats back and North Korea always despising us. Nobody really knows what to do to make this issue the slightest bit better let alone solve it completely, except for one possible person you wouldn’t at all believe.
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There has been a big universal debate about how water is or isn’t wet. It’s quite the big discussion on social media. It’s actually a very close percentage of how many people think it is and how many people that think it isn’t. Many people have their own opinions. Many people also have their own questions, but the big question is, is it actually wet?
First off let’s go off of the opinions of people that say it’s wet. One has said, “you cannot possibly say that when something submerged in water only becomes wet when it reaches air.” Meaning that if something is wet, the molecules in the water makes it wet and water is already wet itself. The opposite of wet is dry, so if people saying water isn’t wet then it has to be dry, which obviously water isn’t dry. So therefore because water is saturated with itself and can make something else wet, it can be defined as wet, people can’t say that something is only wet when it comes into contact with air.
Now let’s go to the opinions of people that say water isn’t wet. Many say that wetness is a description of our experience with water. Some use the example of being underwater, just because you are underwater doesn’t make you wet, it just means you’re underwater. wet is described as a solid being touched by a liquid but not submerged in a liquid as that “being underwater”. Being wet is coming in contact with any liquid not just water. Water isn’t wet, and that water is just water.
Do you personally think water is wet? Is wet a description or does the molecules in the water make water wet? Both sides have pretty good arguments. Being wet can have many different meanings depending on someone’s interpretation and what they consider something being wet. Join in on the big discussion and give your own opinion.