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Skeletal Nutrition Assignment

Skeletal Nutrition Assignment

A poor diet and lack of exercise can hurt the skeletal system due to inadequate nutrients and increased stress due to excess weight. However, a balanced diet can strengthen the skeletal system.

Foods with high calcium such as dairy, dark green leafy vegetables, or fortified foods can make your bones stronger. Since milk provides 300mg. Ca./8oz glass, it is often assumed it is the best food source of calcium. There are other excellent whole food choices for supplying Calcium, and the necessary minerals (e.g. magnesium, phosphorus, silicon) and vitamins

Consumption of high quality fats help the absorption of vitamins A and D into your bloodstream. Vitamin A is needed to keep your intestinal lining healthy and readily able to absorb minerals in the foods that you eat.

Here are some examples of foods that are rich in healthy fats: Extra virgin olive oil, avocados, organic eggs from cage-free birds, soaked nuts and seeds (about a handful per day at most), cold-water fish and high quality fish oils, coconuts and coconut oil, bone broths, and organically raised red and white meats (should be eaten sparingly if eaten at all – with proper planning, there is no physiological requirement for red and white meats)

Foods that are strongly acid-forming in your blood and should not be in your diet include: artificial sweeteners, soft drinks (pop), sugar, cookies, cakes, and pastries made with white flour, table salt, and alcohol. These foods will not make your skeletal system stronger.


news story 2

Today, the theatre arts department will not compete in the district one-act play (OAP) contest because Principal Ken Hughes deemed the content of the play inappropriate after reviewing it on Wednesday.


“I can’t say I’m surprised,” OAP director Scott Shesner said, “I’ve received about 25 phone calls in the last week from a group in town that is upset with the play i selected as the competition play this year.”


The group that contacted Shesner multiple times is one of their competitors for audience for the spring and fall plays. Shesner states that they usually sell out with their performances, while the competition has problems filling half of their auditorium.


“The sad thing is that with Mr. Hughes decision, more than one person is being hurt. All the kids have put forth a tremendous amount of effort for this production,” Shesner said.


The students in the OAP had a bake sale and car wash to make enough money for the costumes because the school district could not afford them. They performed it in front of the parents and none of them had a problem with it. According to parents, they were pleased with the play.


“Yes, there were some complaints, and I decided that this play was not representative of what we should be about. There was excessive physical contact,” Hughes said.


According to Hughes, he was receiving phone calls and a few letters on this issue. The superintendent was stopped by some people in the parking lot who complained. Hughes approved the OAP earlier in the year so he did not attend any of their practices to make sure it was appropriate.


“The judge at the zone meet told us the sexuality on stage was overshadowing the scene. This is not what we wanted,” senior member of the cast Heath Jackson said.


The judge suggested they move the action offstage so it would not distract from the scene. According to Jackson,they moved the gesture between the characters offstage so it is just implied now.


“Mr. Hughes made a big mistake and he should change his decision. No one else on campus wins awards for their work,” Jackson said. “I guess he just wants everyone to be losers so he has to come down on us.”


The football team hasn’t advanced in over 10 years, and the basketball team hasn’t won. According to Jackson, no one has won anything, and they are the group on campus that brings credibility to an organization.

“This type of thing has happened in the past, but it is very unusual for it to happen,” UIL OAP director Luis Muñoz.

Career Investigation Project

Cover Page-

Addie Roling



  • I would like to become a veterinary technologists.


  • You need a 4-year bachelors degree and a 2-year associates degree.

  • Must take a credentialing exam.

  • Must become registered, licensed, or certified.

Income potential:

  • From $21,030 to $44,030 (yearly)

Five company’s I want to work for:

  • West Loop Animal Hospital

  • Dogwood Animal Hospital

  • Little Animal Hospital

  • Syring Veterinary Hospital

  • Gladewater Animal Clinic


Addie Roling

2233 Nottingham

White Oak, TX 75693


email: [email protected]



I desire to work as a Veterinary Technologist at any Veterinarian office.



Currently a Freshmen at White Oak High School, White Oak, Texas

Expected to graduate in  2018



  • Pet sitter

2014 – Present

    • Feed, and play with my Neighbors dogs while they are on vacation.

  • Babysitter

2014 – present

  • Provide childcare for my church, neighbors, and family.

  • Volunteer at my church.

2011 – present

  • Help with the children, their plays, and anything that needs to be done.



  • Academic Honor Roll (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)


Volunteer Experience

  • Church



  • Band

  • Auxiliary line

  • White Oak Middle School (WOMS) Tennis Team

  • WOMS Volleyball team

  • WOMS basketball


Computer Skills

Skilled with Microsoft word, Powerpoint, Goodle docs, internet, Wordle, Key note, and Pages.



Available upon request.




Cover letter-

Addie Roling

Address: _______________



Chuck King



3500 McCann Rd Longview TX


Dear Mr. King,


I was looking for a nice, fun job, and the first thing that came to my mind was Chick-Fil-A. When I found out that you were hiring in Longview, I decided to jump at the chance. Chick-Fil-A has always been my favorite fast food restaurant, ever since I was around 5 years old. I would come play on the indoor playground, eat my amazing nuggets, and go play again until my mom practically dragged me out. That is one reason why working at Chick-Fil-A would be amazing.


I’ve always wanted to work at Chick-Fil-A as one of my first jobs. I babysit, watch people’s pets, and help with my church every chance I get. I feel I am a responsible and trustworthy person, who is always willing to work hard, and be the best I can be. No, I am not perfect, but who is? I feel my personality, and dedication might be the qualities of someone you would want for the job.


I would very much like to speak with you about the opening to show you what I could do to possibly make Chick-Fil-A a better place. The memories of coming here as a kid were amazing, and I’d like to build more memories as part of your staff. My number is ___________, and the best time to reach me would be after 3:30.


Thanks in advance for your consideration, Mr. King.



Addie Roling


News Story 1

To determine whether to overturn the principal’s decision on Junior Jim Stack’s hair, the school will vote Monday night at 7 P.M. on Stack’s request to grow his hair out to donate to a charity.

“Donating my hair to Locks of Love is a very special project to me,” Stack said. “I hope I can inspire people in the town to grow their hair out and donate it.”


Principal Tonya King denied Stack’s request to donate to Locks of Love, an organization that makes wigs for people with cancer, because male hair past their collar breaks the dress code.


“Had I approved Jim’s request, then I would have students every day asking if they could break the dress code,” King said.


According to Locks of Love’s president Gisel Roco, many people donate money, but not many people donate hair. They claim to have 200 requests each month and they have to turn down 150 of those requests because of lack of hair for their wigs.


“We desperately need human hair for our wigs,” Roco said.


Although Bill Valdez, school board president, cannot comment on the issue, he did say that the letter was well-written and had some good points. He has also known the Stack family for 20 years.


“I cannot comment on the issue,” Valdez said. “We were all relieved when Jasmine [Stack’s sister] recovered and the doctors said the cancer was gone.”


Locks of Love wrote a letter that showed he applied to be a donor and he had permission from his parents. Gilbert Castillo, student council president, supports Jim’s request. In fact, the student council also wrote a letter to support Stack. 350 students signed the letter, and 150 of those were willing to grow their hair for Locks of Love too.

“Rules were made to be broken, and this is a very good reason to break one,” Castillo said.



Yellow Journalism

Linear Art


Our Plan

Aubrey Werner- 5119
Addie Roling- 5114

Our Plan

Written Activity: We are going to do a crossword puzzle with key words and their definitions for written activity.

Written Evaluation: For this, we are making a 10 question quiz, 5 multiple choice, and 5 fill in the blanks. There will be a word bank for the fill in the blank section of the quiz.

“Hands-On” Activity:

Linear Art

Click below for directions for Liner Art.


linear art

Plate Tectonics Crossword

PuzzleFast Instant Puzzle Maker (1) (1)

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