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September 30, 2014
FARMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT WINS 14 SCHOLARSHIPS INCLUDING THE DETROIT RAINBOW PUSH EXCEL/ GM SCHOLARSHIP
, high school senior at Farmington High School in Farmington, Michigan
Farmington, MI (BlackNews.com) — It doesn’t matter where you start, but where you finish that counts. Aubrey Perry heard this often from her father, Marc Perry, growing up. But those words didn’t really “click” until embarking on her senior year in high school.
When Apple initially unveiled its biggest iPhone to date — the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus — many worried the device would be too big to stuff in their pockets. Now, as it turns out, those who can fit the phone in their pocket are reportedly complaining that the phone bends after being stored there while sitting.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/iphone-6-plus-bending-issue-2014-9#ixzz3EB3nqksB
“TEACH ME HOW TO… STUDY” NOT “DOUGIE” — URBAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER GETS CREATIVE WITH HER MUSIC STUDENTS
– Inspiring YouTube video shows Washington, DC-area elementary school children singing “Teach Me How To Study” based on the popular Cali Swag District song, “Teach Me How to Dougie.” –-
Music teacher Odori Pendleton teaching her students the “Teach Me How To Study” rap song at Occoquan Elementary School in Prince William County, Virginia.
Washington, DC (BlackNews.com) – One music teacher at Occoquan Elementary School in Prince Williams County, Virginia is motivating her students to be hard-working in a very creative, melodic way. Her name is Odori Pendleton (or Mrs. Pendleton to her students) and she is using a unique tune that her students just absolutely love singing. It’s called “Teach Me How to Study” based on the melody of the hit rap song “Teach Me How To Dougie” by Cali Swag District.