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Creating Healthier Lives For Vulnerable Boys And Men

March 28, 2020 2:05am | Joshua Fitch

Some of the worst health effects in the United States are experienced by boys and men of racial/ethnic and sexual minorities. These groups are the focus of a new report by the APA Working Group on Differences in Health in Boys and Men. The working […]

Are You Really Hungry?

March 28, 2020 1:59am | Joshua Fitch

WASHINGTON – What causes a person to go from hunger to total hunger? This combination of hunger and anger is more than a drop in blood sugar. According to research by the American Psychological Association, it can be a complex emotional reaction that involves interactions […]

What’s Next?

March 26, 2020 5:07pm | Shyann Snyder

What’s next that is going to happen? How will the students be able to get the education that they need? Do we need to do E-learning or is school going to go back in session to where there may be a possible chance for the […]

Corona takes over the NBA

March 26, 2020 5:06pm | Reese Carey

Due to the Coronavirus also know as Covid-19 has had a huge outbreak in the sports environment, there has been 5 cases of players who have tested positive for Covid-19 in the NBA alone , the players have been identified as kevin Durant, Donovan Mitchell, […]

Oxon hill member tests positive

March 26, 2020 5:06pm | Tamois Graham

The Prince George’s County Health Department has notified Prince George’s County Public Schools  that an employee  at Oxon Hill Staff Has tested positive for the coronavirus . The employee didn’t have contact with students and is getting medical treatment. The Health Department has notified all […]

Countries Begin to Pull Out of The Olympics

March 26, 2020 5:05pm | Joel Dorsey

On Sunday March 22, the Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Committees said they would not send their athletes to Japan this summer and urged the International Olympic and Paralympic Committees to postpone the Games for a year because of the COVID -19 pandemic. While Japan’s Prime […]

Closures of schools

March 25, 2020 9:58pm | Tamois Graham

Gov. Ralph Northam declared all public and private schools in Virginia closed until at least the end of the academic year. Dcps will be closed from March 16 through April 24. Beginning March 24, students will participate in distance learning, and classes will resume on Monday, […]

PGCPS Student Meal Sites

March 25, 2020 2:11am | Maya Clemons

PGC has expanded their meals sites during the COVID-19 closures. Here is the updated list… NEW! We've expanded student meal sites. Beginning March 19, new sites are Calverton, Clinton Grove, Gladys Noon Spellman, Laurel, Lewisdale, Springhill Lake, Thomas S. Stone and Waldon Woods elementary schools, […]

10 Steps to an Emergency Preparedness Kit

March 25, 2020 2:08am | Maya Clemons

The CDC has developed a list of 10 to help in preparation of emergencies. 1.One Gallon of Water Per Day, Per Person 2.At Least a Three-Day Supply of Non-Perishable Prepared Food 3.A Can Opener 4.Plastic plates, cups, utensils, and napkins 5.A fully stocked first aid […]

Senior Prom & Graduation

March 25, 2020 2:04am | Maya Clemons

Principal, Dr. Gorman Brown believes that there will still be a prom and graduation for the class of 2020 seniors. He states “I know that you (especially seniors) are a bit anxious right now. Our CEO, Dr. Goldson, has committed to ensuring that there will be […]