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50th Day of Attendance Winners

Our Attendance winners were randomly selected from a list of all students who have maintain excellent attendance. Continue to have excellent attendance so that your name can be entered in future attendance raffles.
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Marquez HS Mental Health Newsletter Vol.1, Issue 8

As humans, the relationships we form with other people are vital to our mental and emotional well-being, and our survival. We have an inherent desire to be close to other people, to connect and build relationships. The truth is, healthy relationships (romantic relationships, friendships, familial relationships -- they all count!) can help make for a healthier overall life.
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Marquez HS Mental Health Newsletter Vol.1, Issue 6

Sleep is important for people of all ages, but it is of significance for adolescents because their brains and bodies are still developing. From the onset of puberty until the age of 22, adolescents need between 8 to 10 hours of sleep a night in order to be physically, mentally and cognitively healthy.
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Marquez HS Mental Health Newsletter Vol.1, Issue 5

The road to good health in adulthood is paved with the decisions made during the teenage years. Therefore, proper nutrition and the need for extra nutrients during this time is necessary to support bone growth, hormonal changes, and organ and tissue development, which includes the brain.
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