A BLOCK: With only 538 members, it’s one of the smallest colleges in America. But its impact is enormous. Benjamin explains how the Electoral College is a key part of our democracy. CC: SOCIAL STUDIES
B Block: Let’s face it, no one likes rejection. But as Jackie reports, not getting something you had your heart set on may actually have a positive side.CC: PSYCHOLOGY
The NRSF brings us this important message about the dangers of distracted driving. CC: HEALTH
C Block: In “Make the Grade” Christin tells us about the benefits of joining a team or club at school.
Katie reports on how a factory in Bahrain celebrated it’s opening – by baking the world’s largest Oreo cookie.
Lemons are considered very healthy. But squeezing the juice out of the hard, yellow fruit can be a challenge. Katie’s got a neat “Kitchen Tip” as a solution. CC: FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES
D Block: Why are some comic books worth millions of dollars and others just pennies. Sebastian finds out in his report on collection comics.
E Block: It’s been a monastery, a hospital, a university and even a palace for kings. In her “Reign in Spain” report Nicole takes us to one of the country’s most popular tourist sights: El Escorial, just outside of Madrid. CC: GEOGRAPHY & HISTORY