Sixty five percent of people are visual learners. Because of this statistic, programs like Google Slides, PowerPoint and Prezi are used in classrooms to convey lesson plans. However, creating educational images is not only for teachers. Students can join in the visual education process by using graphics in the classroom to present their information in a professional way. Infographics are visual representations of data or topics. Their goal is to present large quantities of information in an easy to understand and enjoyable image.
Civic responsibility is defined by Learning to Give as the responsibility of a citizen and includes engagement in government, church, volunteering and memberships of voluntary associations. This community-minded attitude is showcased throughout the US in many occupations such as soldiers, military, firefighters and various other jobs. Participation in community events, jury service and country defense while respecting others’ opinions, rights and beliefs are all included in civic responsibility.
With intramural German handball starting from Nov. 19-Nov. 21, high school students gather in the FC Gym during lunch to observe and cheer on six opposing teams of players. Students organized themselves into teams that required a mixture of both boys and girls. For three days, the teams will play each other until one team comes out on top.
With the rising fall weather, FC Band, Eagle Band and percussion prepare for their first fall concert, Nov. 7. Filled with many songs and cadences, this performance will be held in the SMC from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
A pack of cowboys and cowgirls began arriving at the Peoples Church gym for a night of dancing and Western-inspired food, 6-8 p.m., Oct. 11. With 180 participants, girls from kindergarten to 12th grade accompanied their male guests to the second annual Daddy Daughter Date Night.
Sports opportunities engage 100 middle school players this fall, including volleyball, flag football, golf and cheer. Both familiar and unfamiliar sports prepare young athletes for success in high school.