Express Yourself Teens Talk about Back to School Cool
with the Express Yourself! STAR On-Air Team
Produced by Cynthia Brian
School is back in session and students return with that "new school year, new you" cool…new haircuts, a different wardrobe, flashy backpacks, or totally different looks and goals. Everyone wants to re-define themselves. Our teen hosts and reporters have lots to report on staying healthy, making a difference, getting the right supplies, managing time appropriately, joining clubs, prioritizing homework assignments, getting enough sleep, finding the best apps for honor roll style, and much more. Rachel Glass, Youngjoo Ahn, and Katelyn Darrow host, report, and converse with Nerd Word reporter Jane Fessenden offering insights into great cool tools that you may never have heard about but will definitely want to implement. Floridian Health Beat reporter couldn’t be on the program but sent in her tips on organizing your day and getting enough sleep. If you want to major in success, you want to tune in to today’s Express Yourself!™ and get ready for some team spirit. ,
Listen at Voice America Kids Network: http://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/72836/back-to-school-cool
Photos, descriptions, links, and more at Express Yourself!™ : http://starstyleradio.com/Express_Yourself%21_Radio/Entries/2013/9/17_Ba...
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