A BLOCK: In part one of our two-part top story, Amelia meets a teen who loves playing softball, dancing and eating chocolate chip cookie dough, oh, and she also wears a crown. Katherine Haik is Miss Teen USA 2015 and she tells us about her experience winning the crown.
B Block: In part two of our story with Miss Teen USA, we find out how she sang about history to help her win the competition. And she’s got advice for teens thinking about competing in a pageant.
C Block: Imagine a classroom without basic supplies to read and write. Unfortunately there are many schools like that in poor countries around the world. Jacelyn tells us about Room to Read, an organization that’s trying working to change that. And she finds out how teens can help.
CC: SOCIAL STUDIES
Kristina tells us why the sign of a good friendship is sometimes silence. CC: PSYCHOLOGY
The National Road Safety Foundation presents an important message about seat belt safety.
D Block: In Make the Grade this week, Christin gives us advice on the best places to study. One of them may surprise you.
Emily has another Wacky Law to tell you about…this one is about kissing!
Matt is back with a Baseball Fact about the oldest stadium in continuous use.
Jackie gives us a tip on how to maintain your smart phones battery life.
Most of us know that drinking sugary drinks can be unhealthy. But as Daniella reports, sugar is not the only thing we need to be careful about. CC: HEALTH
E Block: In our recipe from the Culinary Institute of America, Fletch shows us a great way to eat your veggies. His Pasta & Veggie Salad is easy to make, healthy and delicious.
CC: HOME ECONOMICS