Adolescence is a critical period for mental, social, and emotional wellbeing and development; during one’s teenage years, the brain undergoes significant developmental changes that will last into adulthood. Because their brains are still developing, adolescents are particularly receptive to the social and emotional influences of media and their communities.
Are you passionate about advocacy? How about making JMM a better community? Then join Teal Ribbon Club! We meet every Tuesday at lunch in Mrs. Oryall’s room (804) for a wide range […]
Just this year, we, Jassi Chahal & Joylyn Gong, founded a club called Spartan Awareness! Our incentive is to bring awareness regarding diseases and disorders that many may endure to Memorial. As […]
Here are a few tips to make sure you accomplish your goals and make the most of your year! Try to stay organized! In order to make sure that you complete […]
Autism is a disease. MYTH: Autism is neither a disease, nor does it need to be “eradicated.” However, prominent autism advocacy organizations such as Autism Speaks often portray autism as something that […]
Eating disorders are mental illnesses that often get overlooked. But did you know that 20 million women and 10 million men will suffer from an eating disorder at some point in their […]
An interview with Renovation Organizer Elise Carl In the past two weeks, the girl’s bathroom in the lower A-wing foyer has been completely transformed: a new shelving unit has been added, with […]