A BLOCK: The Washington DC area is famous for being the home of our
federal government. It’s also home to someone who may not be famous but
deserves to be…the winner of this year’s Drive Safe DC Contest, sponsored
by the National Road Safety Foundation. Ava reports.
B BLOCK: On the heels of the historic 4th World Cup win by the US
Women’s soccer team, the sport has never been more popular. Emily got the
chance to interview one of the all-time greatest players in women’s soccer –
C BLOCK: In Make the Grade, Christin tells us why it’s a good idea to do
extracurricular activities…and how to pick the right one.
You may know the famous director George Lucas for his stellar work on the
Star Wars saga. But did you know he’s giving most of his fortune to education.
D BLOCK: While popular music today features stars like Taylor Swift and
Shawn Mendes, back in the 1800s the stars of popular music were opera
singers. Opera was so popular, in fact, that the places where it was performed
were built to be more like palaces than music halls. In Vive la France, Emily
tells us about Paris’ amazing Opera House. CC HISTORY
E BLOCK: With many people still in self quarantine, this report brought to you
by News Media Group, gives us some ideas for things you can do at home