A BLOCK: Medical items – like wheelchairs – are expensive. And not everyone who needs a wheelchair can afford one. So, when a teen from Indiana learned there was a need for wheelchairs and similar devices – she came up with an incredibly clever way of raising money.
B BLOCK: It’s the final resting place of one of the world’s most famous generals. In Vive la France, we get a tour. CC: HISTORY
Matt is back with a Baseball Fact about a very scarce occurrence in baseball, the “triple crown”.
C BLOCK: In Make the Grade this week, Christin finds out what it takes to be a good leader.
Lauren explains why you should let your plate guide you to healthy eating. CC: HEALTH
Jackie gets some tips from makeup expert Jeanna Doyle.
In WORD! you can test your knowledge of the words: placebo; gargantuan; and gnu.
CC: ENGLISH & LANGUAGE ARTS
The National Road Safety Foundation has another important message about teen driving. CC: HEALTH
D BLOCK: Most of know that smoking is bad for our health. But as Katie explains, having friends who smoke can be almost just as bad. Her report explores the dangers of second-hand smoke. CC: HEALTH
Perhaps no other state combines so much history with so much future, Eric tells us about Florida’s flag in Flag Facts. CC: HISTORY
E BLOCK: In this week’s Speak of the Week, Sol finds out what teens want to be when they grow up. CC: FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES
What do Patrick Dempsey, Ron Wood & Queen Elizabeth have in common? Lila has the answer.