HS DAILY – Thursday, January 11, 2018

MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL

  • Personal Project – Raising Awareness for Autism

Contrary to somewhat popular belief, vaccines do not cause autism. Scientists have conducted extensive research over the last two decades to determine whether there is any link between childhood vaccinations and autism. The results of this research is clear: Vaccines do not cause autism. The most popular theory is that the cause of the disorder is genetic. Although not single gene has been found to cause autism, it appears that some genes are more likely to develop autism. (Kasumi.S)

  • Creativity Commons (Repeat)

This Friday we will have a mini drone obstacle course in the library during lunch. Can you code your way to success? (Ms. Katy)

  • Books & Brownies (Repeat)

Celebrate your vacation reading with Books and Brownies during lunch this Thursday. Bring a book to read, chew on a brownie, and chat with friends about what you read over the break. (Ms. Katy)

HIGH SCHOOL ONLY

  • HS Book of the Day

Have you read Homegoing yet? It’s a candidate for the 2018 Sakura medal, and it’s getting rave reviews from teachers and students. It traces 300 years of the life of one family simultaneously through Ghana and America. #hsbookoftheday #yislearning (Ms. Katy)

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