Physical education has been a staple of the American school system for years. For some, gym class is the only opportunity they have for physical activity. It also has educational and mental benefits. It teaches students how to follow directions and teaches them about their bodies. But is physical education also teaching our youth Victorian values?
Arguably the best league in the world is undergoing one of its most exciting seasons ever. Premier League soccer teams who last season were in the midst of a relegation battle are now fighting for the title. Recently promoted teams like Watford and Bournemouth have had unprecedented success. Teams like these have shown the whole world how important heart and determination are to the game. But with less than a month left, what can we expect?
Imagine—a family of four waits in the dark. Looking for a signal from a man known as “Coyote”, they are silent. A vehicle makes its way towards the family but goes unnoticed in the pitch black. With hearts racing, the family climbs aboard. It is tightly packed and the ride was anything but smooth, but it will be worth it in the end. All the family hopes for in America is salvation.
Type 1 diabetes is a disease that affects more than a million children and adults across the United States. There is no cure for type 1, but with the help of Central Middle School, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) hopes to change that.