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Business Videos: Thrive 15

Check out this website for business tips and advice.

Thrive15.com is the world’s premier online education platform that helps entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, and “in-trepreneurs” (entrepreneurial-minded people who work within an organization) learn how to start or grow a successful business. 36 more words

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Learn Effective Speaking Techniques

Learn Effective Speaking Techniques before the ACT-SO Competition on Saturday, March 21st at 11:45 AM . This is our postponed seminar to help prepare you for the competition. 95 more words

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Rock Creek Park Clean-Up: SSL opportunity!

Rock Creek Park Clean-up
Saturday, April 11
9 a.m. to Noon
Community Groups, Neighbors, and Local Schools are Working Together to Help Keep Our Park Clean…
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Camp Neuro summer program for high school students


Scholarship and standard applications are open for Camp Neuro Washington, DC 2015! Camp Neuro, run by local medical students in 13 cities nationwide, is a one-week summer day camp open to high school students interested in exploring careers in medicine. 11 more words

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Cutting the Cost of College FREE WEBINAR tomorrow night!

We received this information to share with our community; it is not affiliated with Kennedy High School and we are not responsible for its content.  203 more words

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Mental Health Awareness Video Contest

Montgomery County Regional (MCR-SGA), the countywide student government association for high schools, is holding a mental health awareness public service announcement (PSA) video contest. Their goal is to raise awareness of teen mental health issues such as depression and suicide and to share strategies to manage those mental health issues. 82 more words

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ThingLink Example

Using the ThingLink app (Download the app here) the image of an iPad screen below has been made interactive.  Not only does this demonstrate the use of the technology, but also the information provided on the ThingLink explains some of April’s most-promoted iPad apps.

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