Winter Activity Program | PROGRAMA DE ACTIVIDADES DE INVIERNO

Food, Festivities & Fun

Join us during Winter Break for FREE lunch, FREE books,FREE interactive crafts, board games, reading & much more!

DECEMBER 26, 27, 28
JANUARY 2, 3, 4
Free lunch 12 pm–1 pm
Free activities 12 pm–1 pm

Locations

For more information contact Nutrition Services at 503-399-3091

comida, festividades y diversión

Almuerzo GRATIS, libros GRATIS, manualdades interactivas, juegos de mesa, lectura y mucho más!

de diciembre 26, 27, 28
de enero 2, 3, 4
almuerzo gratis 12 pm–1 pm
actividades gratis 12 pm–1 pm

ESCUELAS

Para obtener más información, llame a los Servicios de Nutriciónal 503-399-3091

Child Nutrition Programs Partners

2019-01-09T13:19:51-08:00December 21, 2018|

Student Announcements 12/17-12/21

Friday 12/21/18:

We have some exciting news from our Wrestling Coaches.  This year, all middle schools will have their own Girls Wrestling Team!!!  Ladies, you will practice and train with the Boys’ Team but you will wrestle only against other girls.  This is a new policy this year and we look forward to having an amazing team.  So ALL students; both boys and girls, stop by the main office and pick up your athletic packet today!!!!!  Go Crocs.

If you would like to join or continue participating in The Zone, Chess Club, or our newest club Theatre Club, please pick up a registration form from the front office. Clubs start back up after Winter break on January 14th and run until March 7th. Get your form turned in as soon as possible to ensure your spot! All forms and fees must be returned to the front office by January 10th!

Attention OBOBers! If you still have your permission slips for OBOB and have not yet turned them in to Mr. Schaeffer, make sure you do so before this Friday! It is up to each team to decide on a time to practice, OBOB battles will start in late January!

The Geo Bee is coming! Listen to the announcements for more details coming soon. Which state borders Canada?  Colorado or Idaho?  Congrats to Tennesse Paluska for winning yesterday’s question.

Thursday 12/20/18:

We have some exciting news from our Wrestling Coaches.  This year, all middle schools will have their own Girls Wrestling Team!!!  Ladies, you will practice and train with the Boys’ Team but you will wrestle only against other girls.  This is a new policy this year and we look forward to having an amazing team.  So ALL students; both boys and girls, stop by the main office and pick up your athletic packet today!!!!!  Go Crocs.

We are so excited that Spirit Week is finally here remember that:

Tomorrow is ugly sweater day.

Remember dress code still applies.  Don’t forget to dress up and show your holiday spirit!

If you would like to join or continue participating in The Zone, Chess Club, or our newest club Theatre Club, please pick up a registration form from the front office. Clubs start back up after Winter break on January 14th and run until March 7th. Get your form turned in as soon as possible to ensure your spot! All forms and fees must be returned to the front office by January 10th!

Attention OBOBers! If you still have your permission slips for OBOB and have not yet turned them in to Mr. Schaeffer, make sure you do so before this Friday! It is up to each team to decide on a time to practice, OBOB battles will start in late January!

The Geo Bee is coming! Listen to the announcements for more details coming soon. Congratulations to JAKE HORN for submitting the correct answer of Nevada for yesterday’s question- “Which state is closer to the Pacific Ocean- Nevada or Wisconsin?” See Mr. Matot in room 204 to pick up your prize. Here’s today’s question- “Which animal native to the Great Plains grasslands greatest underground tunneled habitats that can also serve as a home for salamanders and ferrets- prairie dog or  mongoose?” Submit your answer to the office for your chance to win!

Wednesday 12/19/18:

Good morning Crossler Crocs!   NJHS is here to announce the results of our canned food drive!

As a whole school, with ALL our cans and cash, we collected 7,646 pounds of food.  That is AMAZING! So many families in Salem will have a merrier winter break with the meals you provided. Thank you for all you support.

And now for the winner…  Congratulations to Mr. Swenson’s class who brought in cans and cash that adds up to 2,231 pounds of food!

Mr.Herb’s class came in second place at 1,919 pounds and Ms. Kasler’s class takes third place with 1,162 pounds!

Again, great job to ALL the classes who participated and shared.  You all rock!

We have some exciting news from our Wrestling Coaches.  This year, all middle schools will have their own Girls Wrestling Team!!!  Ladies, you will practice and train with the Boys’ Team but you will wrestle only against other girls.  This is a new policy this year and we look forward to having an amazing team.  So ALL students; both boys and girls, stop by the main office and pick up your athletic packet today!!!!!  Go Crocs.

We are so excited that Spirit Week is finally here remember that:

Tomorrow is holiday deck out day:  bust out your holiday socks, hats and more!!!!

Friday ugly sweater day

Remember dress code still applies.  Don’t forget to dress up and show your holiday spirit!

If you would like to join or continue participating in The Zone, Chess Club, or our newest club Theatre Club, please pick up a registration form from the front office. Clubs start back up after Winter break on January 14th and run until March 7th. Get your form turned in as soon as possible to ensure your spot! All forms and fees must be returned to the front office by January 10th!

The Geography bee is coming.  You will be taking the qualifying test in your Science or Social Studies classes for a chance to represent your grade in the Crossler Geography Bee. Each morning there will be a Geography Bee question and submit your answer to the office for your chance to win a prize. Yesterday’s question was “What country’s agricultural region is located near the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers?” Nobody guessed the correct answer of Iraq. On to the next question. “Which state is closer to the Pacific Ocean- Nevada or Wisconsin? Submit your answer to the office for a chance to win a prize!

Attention OBOBers! If you still have your permission slips for OBOB and have not yet turned them in to Mr. Schaeffer, make sure you do so before this Friday! It is up to each team to decide on a time to practice, OBOB battles will start in late January!

 

Tuesday 12/18/18:

We have some exciting news from our Wrestling Coaches.  This year, all middle schools will have their own Girls Wrestling Team!!!  Ladies, you will practice and train with the Boys’ Team but you will wrestle only against other girls.  This is a new policy this year and we look forward to having an amazing team.  So ALL students; both boys and girls, stop by the main office and pick up your athletic packet today!!!!!  Go Crocs.

We are so excited that Spirit Week is finally here remember that:

Tomorrow is pajama day

Thursday is holiday deck out day:  bust out your holiday socks, hats and more!!!!

Friday ugly sweater day

Remember dress code still applies.  Don’t forget to dress up and show your holiday spirit!

Today is the last day that leadership will be selling Holigrams during both lunches for 50 cents each. Spread a little holiday joy this season and buy Holigrams for your friends or staff members you appreciate. Happy Holidays!

If you would like to join or continue participating in The Zone, Chess Club, or our newest club Theatre Club, please pick up a registration form from the front office. Clubs start back up after Winter break on January 14th and run until March 7th. Get your form turned in as soon as possible to ensure your spot! All forms and fees must be returned to the front office by January 10th!

The Geography bee is coming.  You will be taking the qualifying test in your Science or Social Studies classes for a chance to represent your grade in the Crossler Geography Bee. Each morning there will be a Geography Bee question and submit your answer to the office for your chance to win a prize. Today’s question is what countries agriculture region is located near the Tigris and Euphrates rivers?

Attention OBOBers! If you still have your permission slips for OBOB and have not yet turned them in to Mr. Schaeffer, make sure you do so before this Friday! It is up to each team to decide on a time to practice, OBOB battles will start in late January!

Monday 12/17/18:

We have some exciting news from our Wrestling Coaches.  This year, all middle schools will have their own Girls Wrestling Team!!!  Ladies, you will practice and train with the Boys’ Team but you will wrestle only against other girls.  This is a new policy this year and we look forward to having an amazing team.  So ALL students; both boys and girls, stop by the main office and pick up your athletic packet today!!!!!  Go Crocs.

Attention Crossler:  Next week, the 17 through the 21st we will have a spirit week

Monday is plaid day; wear your favorite plaid shirt

Tuesday is light up day

8th graders wear red

7th graders wear green

6th wear white

Staff wear blue

Wednesday is pajama day

Thursday is holiday deck out day:  bust out your holiday socks, hats and more!!!!

Friday ugly sweater day

Remember dress code still applies.  Don’t forget to dress up and show your holiday spirit!

8th graders!  There are still spots available for the 8th grade East Coast Trip.  You need to sign up ASAP.  See Ms. Kasler for more info.

Holigrams will not be sold today during lunch.  Make sure you stop by tomorrow though, because that will be the last day.

Speaking about the Naughty & Nice List: Students remember that you need to check in with your teacher before coming down to the health room. If you have suffered a minor injury, headache, stomach ache or sickness you need to first check in with your teacher for permission & the answer might be “No.”  Ten minutes is the longest you can be in the health room/office, before we will need to call home or send you back to class.

The Geography Bee will be coming to us soon.  Keep your ears open for more details.

Great job Crossler on all your hard work and donations during the food drive.  Please listen tomorrow for who the winning classrooms are.  NJHS members, remember that you have your pajama party and Happy Feet movie meeting on Wednesday.

2018-12-21T09:31:26-08:00December 19, 2018|

Enrichment Academy Winter Term 2018

What is the After-School Enrichment Academy?

In collaboration with Salem Keizer Education Foundation (SKEF) Crossler Middle School offers the after-school Enrichment Academy (EA).

EA programs inspire and encourage kids in learning, keep them safe and help working families. When we help children develop relationships with caring adults and engage families in their schools, we are helping them build a solid foundation for their future growth and development.

Expectations:

Enrichment Academy is a great opportunity for your student to expand in their learning and creativity in a safe and monitored environment with professional and caring staff.

*Cost is only $40.00 for this session. Please make checks out to SKEF.

*Students must check-in by 2:45pm.

*We must have a minimum of five (5) students in a Zone or Club or it may be cancelled.

*Students are to be picked up or walk home, as designated above, NO LATER THAN 4:00pm.

*USDA suppers will be provided for everyone under the age of 18. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

*Students engaging in inappropriate behavior may be sent home or removed from the program per program staff decision.

Club Descriptions:

Chess Club:

For around 1500 years, the game of chess has helped develop and sharpen life skills such as concentration, critical thinking, patience, and self-esteem. The Crossler Chess Club aims to continue this tradition while at the same time helping both new and veteran players learn the value of sportsmanship, social skills, self-esteem, and an opportunity to be connected with their school.

Students of all levels of experience are welcome. Experienced players will have opportunities to increase their skills, as well as help new players learn the game.

Mondays and Wednesdays 2:45-3:30pm in room 205.

 

Theatre Club:

When you think of theatre, you think of a well scripted and well-rehearsed performance. You see the finished product of actors who have learned their lines, developed a character, put on a costume and brought a character to life. Unlike films and TV, the actors have one shot to get it right; so what happens when it goes horribly wrong? You IMPROVISE!

Every Wednesday we will be meeting in the cafeteria to play improv games. Our goal is to learn how to make the show go on!

The Zone:

The Zone offers a safe space to do homework independently after school, read a book, or play board games. Monday – Thursday 2:45-4:00pm

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Follow Us On Facebook!!

Follow us on Facebook for reminders of what’s going on at school!

Crossler PTC:

https://www.facebook.com/crosslerms/?epa=SEARCH_BOX

 

Crossler Middle School:

https://www.facebook.com/Crossler-Middle-School-1164256593718373/

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Student Announcements

Friday 12/14/18:

We have some exciting news from our Wrestling Coaches.  This year, all middle schools will have their own Girls Wrestling Team!!!  Ladies, you will practice and train with the Boys’ Team but you will wrestle only against other girls.  This is a new policy this year and we look forward to having an amazing team.  So ALL students; both boys and girls, stop by the main office and pick up your athletic packet today!!!!!  Go Crocs.

Attention Crossler:  Next week, the 17 through the 21st we will have a spirit week

Monday is plaid day; wear your favorite plaid shirt

Tuesday is light up day

8th graders wear red

7th graders wear green

6th wear white

Staff wear blue

Wednesday is pajama day

Thursday is holiday deck out day:  bust out your holiday socks, hats and more!!!!

Friday ugly sweater day

Remember dress code still applies.  Don’t forget to dress up and show your holiday spirit!

8th graders!  There are still spots available for the 8th grade East Coast Trip.  You need to sign up ASAP.  See Ms. Kasler for more info.

Today through next Tuesday, leadership will be selling Holigrams during both lunches for 50 cents each. Spread a little holiday joy this season and buy Holigrams for your friends or staff members you appreciate. Happy Holidays!

Speaking about the Naughty & Nice List: Students remember that you need to check in with your teacher before coming down to the health room. If you have suffered a minor injury, headache, stomach ache or sickness you need to first check in with your teacher for permission & the answer might be “No.”  Ten minutes is the longest you can be in the health room/office, before we will need to call home or send you back to class.

 

Thursday 12/13/18:

We have some exciting news from our Wrestling Coaches.  This year, all middle schools will have their own Girls Wrestling Team!!!  Ladies, you will practice and train with the Boys’ Team but you will wrestle only against other girls.  This is a new policy this year and we look forward to having an amazing team.  So ALL students; both boys and girls, stop by the main office and pick up your athletic packet today!!!!!  Go Crocs.

Food-drive update: Friday is our deadline for cans and cash!

Our top 3 classes are…

Ms. Kasler in 3rd place  with 1,142.6 pounds.

Mr. Swenson is in 2nd with 1811.6 pounds.

And Mr. Herb takes the lead with 1845.0 pounds!

Crossler- every can and coin helps- so far in cash alone we have raised over 1300 dollars! This money alone can provide up to 3,900 meals!

Keep is up- we can do this!

NJHS:  Join us for our last 2018 Meeting on Wednesday, 12/19 for a movie and pajama party.  We will be watching Happy Feet!  See Senora H or Mr. Erdmans with any questions.

Attention Crossler:  Next week, the 17 through the 21st we will have a spirit week

Monday is plaid day; wear your favorite plaid shirt

Tuesday is light up day

8th graders wear red

7th graders wear green

6th wear white

Staff wear blue

Wednesday is pajama day

Thursday is holiday deck out day:  bust out your holiday socks, hats and more!!!!

Friday ugly sweater day

Remember dress code still applies.  Don’t forget to dress up and show your holiday spirit!

8th graders!  There are still spots available for the 8th grade East Coast Trip.  You need to sign up ASAP.  See Ms. Kasler for more info.

Today through next Tuesday, leadership will be selling Holigrams during both lunches for 50 cents each. Spread a little holiday joy this season and buy Holigrams for your friends or staff members you appreciate. Happy Holidays!

Wednesday 12/12/18:

We have some exciting news from our Wrestling Coaches.  This year, all middle schools will have their own Girls Wrestling Team!!!  Ladies, you will practice and train with the Boys’ Team but you will wrestle only against other girls.  This is a new policy this year and we look forward to having an amazing team.  So ALL students; both boys and girls, stop by the main office and pick up your athletic packet today!!!!!  Go Crocs.

Food-drive update: Friday is our deadline for cans and cash!

Our top 3 classes are…

Ms. Kasler in 3rd place  with 1,142.6 pounds.

Mr. Swenson is in 2nd with 1811.6 pounds.

And Mr. Herb takes the lead with 1845.0 pounds!

Crossler- every can and coin helps- so far in cash alone we have raised over 1300 dollars! This money alone can provide up to 3,900 meals!

Keep is up- we can do this!

NJHS:  Join us for our last 2018 Meeting on Wednesday, 12/19 for a movie and pajama party.  We will be watching Happy Feet!  See Senora H or Mr. Erdmans with any questions.

Attention Crossler:  Next week, the 17 through the 21st we will have a spirit week

Monday is plaid day; wear your favorite plaid shirt

Tuesday is light up day

8th graders wear red

7th graders wear green

6th wear white

Staff wear blue

Wednesday is pajama day

Thursday is holiday deck out day:  bust out your holiday socks, hats and more!!!!

Friday ugly sweater day

Remember dress code still applies.  Don’t forget to dress up and show your holiday spirit!

8th graders!  There are still spots available for the 8th grade East Coast Trip.  You need to sign up ASAP.  See Ms. Kasler for more info.

Today through next Tuesday, leadership will be selling Holigrams during both lunches for 50 cents each. Spread a little holiday joy this season and buy Holigrams for your friends or staff members you appreciate. Happy Holidays!

Tuesday 12/11/18:

We have some exciting news from our Wrestling Coaches.  This year, all middle schools will have their own Girls Wrestling Team!!!  Ladies, you will practice and train with the Boys’ Team but you will wrestle only against other girls.  This is a new policy this year and we look forward to having an amazing team.  So ALL students; both boys and girls, stop by the main office and pick up your athletic packet today!!!!!  Go Crocs.

Food-drive update: Friday is our deadline for cans and cash!

Our top 3 classes are…

Ms. Kasler in 3rd place  with 1,142.6 pounds.

Mr. Swenson is in 2nd with 1811.6 pounds.

And Mr. Herb takes the lead with 1845.0 pounds!

Crossler- every can and coin helps- so far in cash alone we have raised over 1300 dollars! This money alone can provide up to 3,900 meals!

Keep is up- we can do this!

NJHS:  Join us for our last 2018 Meeting on Wednesday, 12/19 for a movie and pajama party.  We will be watching Happy Feet!  See Senora H or Mr. Erdmans with any questions.

Attention Crossler:  Next week, the 17 through the 21st we will have a spirit week

Monday is plaid day; wear your favorite plaid shirt

Tuesday is light up day

8th graders wear red

7th graders wear green

6th wear white

Staff wear blue

Wednesday is pajama day

Thursday is holiday deck out day:  bust out your holiday socks, hats and more!!!!

Friday ugly sweater day

Remember dress code still applies.  Don’t forget to dress up and show your holiday spirit!

8th graders!  There are still spots available for the 8th grade East Coast Trip.  You need to sign up ASAP.  See Ms. Kasler for more info.

Today through next Tuesday, leadership will be selling Holigrams during both lunches for 50 cents each. Spread a little holiday joy this season and buy Holigrams for your friends or staff members you appreciate. Happy Holidays!

 

Monday 12/10/18:

We have some exciting news from our Wrestling Coaches.  This year, all middle schools will have their own Girls Wrestling Team!!!  Ladies, you will practice and train with the Boys’ Team but you will wrestle only against other girls.  This is a new policy this year and we look forward to having an amazing team.  So ALL students; both boys and girls, stop by the main office and pick up your athletic packet today!!!!!  Go Crocs.

Food-drive update: Friday is our deadline for cans and cash!

Our top 3 classes are…

Ms. Kasler in 3rd place  with 1,142.6 pounds.

Mr. Swenson is in 2nd with 1811.6 pounds.

And Mr. Herb takes the lead with 1845.0 pounds!

Crossler- every can and coin helps- so far in cash alone we have raised over 1300 dollars! This money alone can provide up to 3,900 meals!

Keep is up- we can do this!

NJHS:  Join us for our last 2018 Meeting on Wednesday, 12/19 for a movie and pajama party.  We will be watching Happy Feet!  See Senora H or Mr. Erdmans with any questions.

Attention Crossler:  Next week, the 17 through the 21st we will have a spirit week

Monday is plaid day; wear your favorite plaid shirt

Tuesday is light up day

8th graders wear red

7th graders wear green

6th wear white

Staff wear blue

Wednesday is pajama day

Thursday is holiday deck out day:  bust out your holiday socks, hats and more!!!!

Friday ugly sweater day

Remember dress code still applies.  Don’t forget to dress up and show your holiday spirit!

Attention STEAM Engine members, we will be participating in Hour of Code after school from 2:30-3:00 today and Monday! See Mr. Schaeffer for more details!

8th graders!  There are still spots available for the 8th grade East Coast Trip.  You need to sign up ASAP.  See Ms. Kasler for more info.

2018-12-14T11:38:12-08:00December 13, 2018|

Tech Talk

Groundbreaking study discovers an association between screen time and actual brain changes

Big news has hit us this week about brain morphology and screen time, and I want to weigh in as we all try to make sense of the findings. Here is the gist of what headlines are saying:

Researchers studied 4,500 9-and 10-year olds and found that many of those who spend more than 7 hours a day on screens —such as smartphones, tablets, and video games—showed premature thinning of the cortex which is the outermost layer of the brain.

This new data comes from the ABCD study funded by The National Institutes of Medicine (NIH). I just got off the phone with neuroscientist Elizabeth Sowell PhD who leads a ABCD study site at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. I have some important information to share.

I met Elizabeth when The Los Angeles Unified School District asked me to speak at a Screenagers’ event in 2016. Elizabeth and her team had a booth outside the screening where they were trying to recruit youth to be in the ABCD study —there are 21 sites around the country. Not many people were coming up to the booth.

Having spent two years working at NIH as a researcher, I understood how hard it is to find people to participate in studies, and I knew this study was a game changer, so I was eager to help. During my Screenagers presentation, I told the audience all about the landmark study and the learning opportunities that their children could glean from participating in a major research study. I was so pleased that many of the audience went straight to the booth after the talk to sign up.

For this study, 9-and-10-year-olds were recruited between 2016 to 2018. Kids will be followed for a total of ten years. At their yearly visits, the children and their parents will complete questionnaires, and some years MRI scans will be done on the kids. A total of 11,000 youth have been enrolled, and scientists will be gathering important data about brain development in response to things like marijuana, alcohol, and… screen time.

THE FINDINGS

The study just released included only the first cohort of 4,500 kids and it gives data based on questionnaires and MRIs of their brains at one moment in time. Researchers found that kids who spent more than 7 hours a day on screens, on average, had a thinner outer layer of their cerebral cortex than kids who spent less time on screens. The cerebral cortex is the area that houses “executive functioning” —ie, higher order thinking, such as data consolidation, problem-solving and planning. It also helps us regulate our responses to emotions that come from deeper areas of the brain.

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?

Babies are born with many more brain cells than they will end up with as adults. Why so many cells at birth? The hypothesis is that this abundance of cells gives humans incredible adaptability to whatever environments they find themselves. As babies grow older and have experiences, these experiences dictate how neurons begin to lay down patterns. Neuronal connections that are not used, start to be pruned away. Evolutionarily, it is important that the brain loses some of what it does not use because running a brain takes a lot of energy—in fact 20% of the food we eat goes just to support the brain. Pruning promotes efficiency.

WHY DOES IT MATTER?

The researchers revealed thinner cortexes of these 9 and 10-year-olds. The level of thinning found is what one finds on MRIs for older children. This is why this is being called premature thinning. One could see this as a bad thing, that the brain is consolidating neurons earlier than it normally would.  On the flip side, one could say that the brain appears to be maturing faster, so isn’t that a good thing?

Early maturation can sound good but the ABCD researchers found that this thinning in the cortex was correlated with lower “crystalized” intelligence. Crystalized refers to the knowledge that youth glean from simply living life, such as vocabulary (as opposed to “fluid” intelligence which is not as much about “what is known” as opposed to “how something is known”). I do not know which crystalized intelligence they measured because it is not in the science report.

AM I CONCERNED?

Does all this have me concerned? Yes…but at this point, we have no idea if the screen time caused this thinning, or if the kids who were inclined to spend more than 7 hours on screens were more likely to have a thinner cortex to begin with. The real power of this study will come with follow-up data collection and MRI scans. The changes that will be revealed over time will help sort out cause and effect relationships.

But don’t get me wrong, this is really important information, and we need to talk with our students in schools and universities, students in afterschool programs, Boy and Girl Scouts, team sports, along with children and teens in our homes. This is the type of science that can engage young people. It is about their brains, and they do care about their brains!

In fact, last month I was in France filming their new national law to limit screen time by prohibiting cell phones in classrooms for students 15 and younger. When discussions turned to screen time at home, many tweens and teens told me how they were comfortable keeping their phones out of their bedrooms at night because they had learned that there might be problems from too much radiation exposure. Science is still looking into this, but what is telling is that that the students were concerned enough by this research to change their habits.

Today let’s use this new scientific study from ABCD to engage our youth in this important topic of screen time effects on kids’ brain development. As we sit in the middle of this tech revolution, let’s help the next generation be data-driven and scientifically minded —their input is key to creating a society committed to preventing unthwarted outcomes of excessive screen time.

Here are questions to ask your kids about the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study.

  1. Given that 9 and 10-year-olds who were on screens over 7 hours a day were found to have thinner cerebral cortexes of the brain—where higher order thinking occurs, such as problem-solving and planning—what do you make of this?
  2. Could it be that kids who have thinner cerebral cortexes are inclined to look at screens more?
  3. Once we have follow up data in about a year, how will that give us a lot more information about cause and effect?
  4. Why might it be that researches found that kids who looked at screens over 7 hours a day scored lower on knowledge tests (also called crystalized learning)?
2018-12-11T11:03:11-08:00December 11, 2018|