Category: Linked Learning

Intimate Conversations

August 26, 2015

By Dejauwne Young — August 26, 2015 Unnoticeably, conversations seem so trivial and simplistic that they are easily taken for granted. However, conversations are incredibly important because they secretly direct the course of our world. Great revolutions were born within small rooms among brave individuals who were willing to have tough and sometimes uncomfortable conversations. […]

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The Road to Resiliency

July 27, 2015

July 27, 2015 — By Juliane Nguyen As I am sitting and reflecting, I realized how fortunate and resilient I have been–I studied social work and public health with the intention to help and educate others on health inequities. I am currently doing just that–through the Trust. I am working with a group of extremely […]

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A little smarter, a little healthier…

July 22, 2015

July 22, 2015 — By Tatiana Diacova Unfortunately, Americans are known as the nation with extremely poor eating habits. We are always being scolded for eating too much fast food, skipping meals and not exercising. Sadly, we can’t even argue with that –  obesity rates across the states are horrifying. The truth is that we, […]

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We put the “WE” in “WELLNESS”

July 21, 2015

July 21, 20015 — By Juliane Nguyen For the past couple of days, I had the pleasure working with a group of amazing Linked Learning students from Manual Arts, Hawkins, Huntington Park and Fremont High School. It’s been awhile since I’ve been in a high school classroom and so much has changed! On my first […]

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Student Health = Student Success

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