Canned food drive changes for the better
As Thanksgiving has come and gone this year, there’s lot of people that still have leftover food from the holiday stuck in our fridge. However, there are also some who barely had any food to eat on Thanksgiving. This is why Heritage ran a canned food drive from October 24 through November 4 in hopes of collecting enough food to feed families at Field Elementary.
Teachers Promote Body Positivity
“We ‘value’ ourselves through what we see. We compare ourselves with those who are perceived as beautiful.” Says Ms. Solís, an admired teacher in the high school community. Teenagers in high school are extremely susceptible to society’s expectations. Having confidence in oneself can be difficult to find for some teens. Role models that promote self love within the high school community are important to leading teens down the path to body positivity.
Students react to 2016 election
“We reject the President-elect,” “Not my president,” “Love trumps hate,” are all phrases written on posters and chanted by protesters across the country and around the world. There are a multitude of protests against the new president-elect of the United States, Donald J. Trump. But on the contrary, there have also been celebrations and praise for Trump. In these polarizing times, everyone seems to have a different opinion on how they feel about Trump being elected as president.