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HS-Innovation Tigers Month of may sERVICE LEARNING ACTIVITY
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MS. WHITE'S STUDENTS ARE WORKING HARD TO RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT THE IMPACT OF SUPERSIZED SODAS.Our English Language Class teacher Ms. White and her students initiated a project to raise awareness about the impacts of Supersized Sodas.
Americans consume on average more than 200 calories each day from sugary drinks (58,59)—four times what they consumed in 1965 (60)—and strong evidence indicates that our rising thirst for “liquid candy” has been a major contributor to the obesity and diabetes epidemics. (41,46,52-54,61)
Research shows that sugary drinks are one of the major determinants of obesity and diabetes, and emerging evidence indicates that high consumption of sugary drinks increases the risk for heart disease, the number one killer of men and women in the U.S.
Reducing our preference for sweet beverages will require concerted action on several levels—from creative food scientists and marketers in the beverage industry, as well as from individual consumers and families, schools and worksites, and state and federal government.
We must work together toward this worthy and urgent cause: alleviating the cost and the burden of chronic diseases associated with the obesity and diabetes epidemics in the United States.
Seeing the various propositions about how the students feel about supersized SODAS IS A NEAT WAY TO LEARN HOW TO SUPPORT YOUR STATEMENT BY PROVIDING EVIDENCES, WHILE BEING ABLE TO DISAGREE APPROPRIATELY.
Mrs. Bridges teaching students how to be patient by practicing it the sweetest way
The month of September and October core values are purpose and patience. Throughout these months everyone in the Harmony school of Innovation teach, apply and model how to be patient and purposeful. During our morning announcements we learn about patience and purpose. We teach our students why they need to be purposeful in their daily lives.
BREAKFAST BUFFET 101
During the month of September and October our students are learning the power of patience and purpose. To practice patience we arranged cooking class for our students. Even though the power went out several times during cooking; our chefs never lost their patience. They continued to work as a team and made their very first breakfast buffet!