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Title: D.O.S.


1
D.O.S.
  • Daily Oral Science Warm-ups
  • Most taken from CPO Science Student TAKS Practice
    Books

2
A D. O. S. of Good News!!!
  • We do not have a D.O.S. to do on days we have a
    lab or test

3
Thought for the Day
  • Success is a Journey,
  • Not a Destination

4
Joke of the Day
  • Where do you do your dishes?
  • In the Zinc

5
DOS 1
  • Which of these is NOT a branch of science?
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • History
  • Physics

6
CONGRATS VOLLEYBALL
  • They beat Palacios last night
  • to go 1 0 in District

7
DOS 2
  • Which set of elements are in the Noble Gases
    Group?
  • Hydrogen, Lithium, Sodium, Potassium
  • Helium, Neon, Argon, Krypton
  • Copper, Silver, Gold, Zinc
  • Fluorine, Chlorine, Bromine, Iodine

8
Joke of the Day
  • Intelligent Life

9
DOS 3
  • Which of these are true statements about the
    importance of science?
  • Science touches our lives in many ways everyday
  • Girls need to know as much about science as boys
    do
  • Critical thinking and problem solving lead to
    inventions that can help improve the quality of
    life
  • All of the above

10
Physics Joke of the Day
  • Our Tax Dollars at Work

11
Chemistry Joke for the Day
  • What's the difference between Chemistry and
    cooking? 
  • In Chemistry, you should never lick the spoon.

12
Birthdays
  • Erin Stryk 9/1

13
Go Cobras
14
DOS 4
  • Regarding heating materials in the laboratory,
    which of the following statements is NOT true?
  • When heating chemicals in a test tube, point the
    opening of the test tube away from yourself and
    others
  • Work with chemicals that produce gases and vapors
    only in a well-ventilated room
  • Use hot plates, not open flames, for heating
    materials
  • Use tongs or insulated gloves when handling an
    object being heated.

15
Joke of the Day in Honor of Tonights Blue
Moon(the last one until 2015)
  • Did you hear about the new restaurant that just
    opened up on the moon?
  • It has fabulous food, but no atmosphere

16
Go Cobra Volleyball Beat Edner
17
D. O. S. 5
  • What is the definition of hypothesis?
  • The statement of a scientific problem
  • The study of cloning hippopotami
  • The results obtained from conducting scientific
    experiments
  • The prediction of an answer to a scientific
    problem

18
Joke of the Day
  • A man walks into his lab and asks Group 18,
    Where are all the other elements?
  • Group 18 replies to the man, They ARGON
  • (are gone)
  • Contributed by Luke Smith 6th period

19
D.O.S. 6
  • What common lab instruments would you use to
    measure mass and volume?
  • Balance and metric scale ruler
  • Metric scale ruler and graduated cylinder
  • Balance and graduated cylinder
  • Beaker and graduated cylinder

20
Joke of the Day
  • What did Hurricane Isaac say to the Island?
  • Ive got my EYE on you

21
D.O.S. 7
  • Name the 4 base SI units
  • feet, inches, yards, miles
  • meter, gram, liter, seconds
  • feet, inches, meters, centimeters
  • Celsius, Fahrenheit, seconds, hours

22
Joke of the Day
  • The Battle of the Lab Equipment Dads
  • Mr. Graduated Cylinder
  • vs
  • Mr. Thermometer

23
D.O.S. 8 - P
  • Convert 34 inches in English units to
  • metric centimeters (2.54 cm 1 inch)
  • 13.4 cm
  • 134 cm
  • 86 cm
  • 860 cm

24
DOS 8 - C
  • When you clean up after a laboratory exercise
  • Return all unused, uncontaminated chemicals to
    their properly labeled storage area
  • Dispose of all used solutions by carefully
    diluting them with water in the sink
  • Dispose of unbroken glass in a special disposal
    container labeled for this purpose
  • All of the above

25
Joke of the Day
  • Why is electricity so dangerous?
  • Shocking News - It doesnt conduct itself very
    nicely

26
Congrats
  • Cross Country Varsity Girls 3rd, JV Girls -
    1st and Varsity Boys 3rd
  • Harley Davis 1st in JV
  • Will Maraggia 3rd in Varsity
  • Volleyball was victorious over Bloomington
  • Football had some exciting plays, but
    unfortunately Ganado prevailed
  • Livestock Judging at Colorado County - ??

27
D.O.S. 9
  • A graduated cylinder has an initial volume of 50
    ml of water. After an irregular solid object is
    added the volume in the cylinder rises to 60 ml.
    What is the volume of the solid?
  • 10 cm3
  • 10 ml
  • Both a and b
  • Neither a or b

28
Joke of the Day
  • How do you write the chemical formula for the
    following?
  • BaNa2
  • BaNaNa

Contributed by Bubby Rowlett 6th period
29
June Birthdays
  • 1 Ben Rogers
  • 3 Matthew Bellanger
  • 5 Martha Reyna
  • 6 Abbie Pooley
  • 9 Kevin Holdgraf Carson Popp
  • 11 Eddie Gonzalez
  • 28 Leslie Smith
  • 30 David Franz Melissa Harms

30
July Birthdays
  • 12 Jacob Novak
  • 16 Courtney McGarrah
  • 19 Alejandro Garza

31
August Birthdays
  • 5 Stephen Salazar
  • 6 Tristan Garrison and Lauren Morton
  • 8 Amanda Ament
  • 12 Amasty Harms Courtney Sackett
  • 14 Lane Peterson
  • 20 A J Rosas
  • 26 Brady Karl

32
Sept. Birthdays
  • Erin Stryk 9/1
  • Jay Rubio 9/11
  • Irene Reyna 9/13
  • Karly Dyson 9/16
  • Teton Thedford Ashton Brogger 9/19
  • Mason Davis Kim Morris 9/21
  • Matthew Yarborough 9/23
  • Katie Grantland 9/26
  • Chazidi Zambrano 9/27

33
D.O.S. 10
  • Imagine you are designing an experiment to
    compare the ability of a golf ball and a
    ping-pong ball to bounce on sand. Which of the
    following choices is a valid hypothesis?
  • The golf ball bounces highest
  • A ping-pong ball bounces highest
  • Neither ball will bounce
  • All of these are equally valid

34
Joke of the Day
  • What crime was the out-of-control chemist charged
    with?
  • A salt and battery

Assault
35
Happy Birthday
  • Irene Reyna 9/13

36
D.O.S. 11
  • Which is NOT evidence of a chemical change
    occurring?
  • Bicycle chain has rusted after being out in the
    rain
  • Instant cold pack is activated once you break the
    pouch of water inside
  • First step to digesting food is to chew it up
  • Adding baking powder to a cake so it will rise
    when cooked

37
Joke of the Day
  • The Love Story of
  • Ice and Bunsen Burner

38
Happy Birthday
  • Karly Dyson Sun., 9/16

39
D.O.S. 12
  • What is the correct order for the biomass Pyramid
    (from bottom to top)?
  • Carnivores, herbivores, producers
  • Producers, herbivores, carnivores
  • Animals, vegetables, minerals
  • Minerals, vegetables, animals

40
Joke of the Day
  • Space Monkeys

41
D.O.S. 13
  • What is an indication a chemical change has
    occurred?
  • Bubbles from formation of a gas
  • Precipitate
  • Temperature of new products drops or increases
  • All of the above

42
Joke of the Day
  • According to the mathematician who couldnt pass
    chemistry.
  • If the formula for water is H2O, then the
    formula for ice should be (H2O) 3
  • --- H2O cubed since ice comes in cubes

Contributed by Amasty Harms 4th period
43
Happy Birthday
  • Ashton Brogger
  • Teton Thedford

44
D.O.S. 14
  • Which of the following indicates a physical
    change may have occurred?
  • A substance changes color when another substance
    is added and heat is released
  • A white precipitate forms when you mix two
    liquids
  • A beaker of liquid bubbles when another substance
    is added
  • A block of wax melts quickly when heated in a
    beaker

45
Joke of the Day
  • Oh no, exclaimed the chemist, He threw sodium
    chloride at me.
  • Thats a salt

Assault
Contributed by Jade Trowbridge 4th period
46
D.O.S. 15
  • As an athlete is running a 5 K race, her cells
    need more oxygen. Which change will help her
    body meet the increased demand for oxygen?
  • Her heart beats more quickly
  • Her pancreas releasing more insulin
  • Her breathing becoming more shallow
  • Her sweat glands becoming more active

47
Joke of the Day
  • If H2O is water. What is H2O4 ?
  • Drinking, swimming, bathing, washing
  • H2O for

48
D.O.S. 16
  • Scientists use which of the following to conduct
    research
  • Pythagorean Theorem
  • Scientific Method
  • Cafeteria Menu
  • Law of Wisdom

49
Thought for the Day
  • Perseverance.
  • A diamond is a chunk of coal that stuck
  • to its job even when it was under a
  • lot of pressure

50
Homecoming Court
51
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Matthew Yarborough

52
D.O.S. 17
  • Which is a physical property of matter?
  • Boiling Point
  • Reactivity
  • Toxicity
  • Corrosivity

53
Joke of the Day
  • What kind of pants do biologists wear?
  • Designer genes (jeans)

54
Homecoming Court
55
D.O.S. 18
  • A block of iron has a volume of 10.0 cm3 and a
    mass of 17.0 g. What is the density of iron?
  • 170.0 g/cm3
  • 2.70 g/cm3
  • 0.590 g/cm3
  • 1.70 g/cm3

56
Joke of the Day
  • New Formula for Water

57
Senior Homecoming Court
58
Happy Birthday
  • Katie Grantland

59
D.O.S. 19
  • What is the percent fat in a candy bar that has
    250 g of fat and weighs a total of 595 g?
  • 345
  • 238
  • 42
  • 4.2

60
Joke of the Day
  • If you arent part of the solution, you are part
    of the precipitate

61
Happy Birthday
  • Chazidi Zambrano

62
D.O.S. 20
  • When a gas stove is used to cook food, methane
    gas (CH4) reacts with oxygen gas (O2) and carbon
    dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O) are produced.
    According to the law of conservation of mass,
    which statement is true about this reaction?
  • Mass of methane gas burned must equal mass of
    carbon dioxide produced
  • The combined mass of carbon dioxide and water
    produced must be equal to the combined mass of
    methane gas and oxygen burned
  • Some of the carbon atoms in the methane gas will
    be converted into oxygen atoms
  • If more oxygen is added to the reaction, more
    carbon dioxide and water will be produced

63
Joke of the Day
  • Why did the physicist think the chicken crossed
    the road?
  • Chickens at rest tend to stay at rest. Chickens
    in motion tend to cross the road

64
Homecoming 2012
Beat Rockport
65
D.O.S. 21
  • What is one reason that dehydrated patients are
    given intravenous solutions of pure water with a
    small amount of dissolved salt rather than just
    pure water?
  • To help prevent cells from shriveling because of
    the pressure caused by osmosis
  • So pressure caused by osmosis will cause a net
    movement of salt into cells
  • So dissolved substances will be transported
    across cell membranes and out the cells
  • To help keep the concentration of dissolved
    substances inside and outside the cell equal

66
Homecoming Joke
  • Oxygen went to homecoming with Potassium.
  • When asked how the date went Oxygen replied, OK

67
CONGRATSHOMECOMING ROYALTTY
  • David Franz King
  • Jordin Jones Grand Duchess

68
D.O.S. 22
  • Name a chemical property of a material
  • Ductility
  • Freezing Point
  • Corrosivity
  • Solubility

69
Joke of the Day
  • Did you hear about the chemist reading a book on
    helium????
  • He just couldnt put it down

Twilight
70
Homecoming Crowd
71
D.O.S. 23
  • What percentage of the calories in one serving of
    tortillas comes from fat?
  • 2
  • 4
  • 6
  • 9

72
Joke of the Day
  • Why are chemists great at
  • solving problems?
  • They have all the solutions

73
Homecoming Royal Ladies
74
D.O.S. 24
  • How many grams are in 4.56 kilograms?
  • 45.6 gram
  • 456 grams
  • 4560 grams
  • 45600 grams

75
Joke of the Day
  • How did the herpetologist know he would get
    married soon?
  • He caught the garter snake

76
Thanks Shelby Dad
77
D.O.S. 25
  • If an atom has 4 protons and 5 neutrons, how many
    electrons must it have to remain neutrally
    charged?
  • 1
  • 4
  • 5
  • 9

78
Joke of the Day
  • Two atoms are walking down the street..

79
Friday Oct. 5
  • D.O.S. Checkpoint 1
  • Questions 1 25
  • Open Notes

80
D.O.S. 26
  • Which population in the food chain is most likely
    to have the greatest biomass?
  • Grass ? White-tailed deer ? Mountain lions ?
    Vultures
  • Grass
  • White-tailed deer
  • Mountain lions
  • Vultures

81
Joke of the Day
  • A foolish gardener planted a light bulb
  • He thought he would grow a Power Plant

82
Congrats
  • The Cobra band won
  • BEST IN CLASS AA
  • And
  • OUTSTANDING DRUMLINE AWARD
  • at the Lamar ISD
  • And
  • BEST SOLOISTS

83
FFA News
  • Industrials Junior Team placed third in team
    judging at Hempstead
  • Dustin Hempels critter won best in class at the
    Heifer Show

84
D.O.S. 27
  • Properties of metals include
  • Bitter taste and reactive with fats
  • Easily form liquids or gases
  • Are most often anions
  • Have free flowing electrons that make them good
    conductors of electricity, shiny, ductile, and
    malleable

85
Joke for the Day
  • What can you make from the chemicals of
    Potassium, Nickel, and Iron?
  • A KNiFe

86
D.O.S. 28
  • John and his partner are preparing glass tubing
    to be used in their lab investigation. As John
    pushes a glass tube through a rubber stopper the
    glass breaks and cut Johns hand. His lab
    partner should first
  • Notify the teacher there is broken glassware
  • Clean-up the broken glass to prevent further
    injury
  • Notify the teacher immediately there has been an
    injury
  • Remind John to lubricate glass tubing and use a
    turning motion when inserting glass tubing into
    stoppers to prevent breakage and injury

87
Joke of the Day
  • Wind power is very popular because it has lots of
    fans

88
D.O.S. 29
  • How many significant figures does the following
    measurement have?
  • 0.00230
  • 2
  • 3
  • 5
  • 6

89
Joke of the Day
  • The smooth talking IHS senior guy in Miss Hunts
    science class says to the freshman girl, Baby, I
    know my chemistry, and youve got one significant
    figure.

90
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Wayne Zbikowski

91
CONGRATS
  • Courtney Sackett
  • won BEST in SHOW
  • for her Tiger Oil Pastel
  • at Jackson County Fair

92
D.O.S. 30
  • Which of these represents a compound?
  • Silver
  • Salt
  • Blueberry Muffin Mix (uncooked, loose berries)
  • Oil and Water

93
Joke of the Day
  • What do you get in black socks?
  • Black holes

94
We Love Our Cobras
  • Band 2A division champs at Edna Marching
    Contest. Best 2A horn line. 3rd place Overall
    in field including big school bands.
  • Football good game, but tough loss to Rice
  • Volleyball good games, but tough loss to Rice
  • Cross County Girls 2nd place team Boys - 3rd
    place team. Will Maraggia 2nd place. Chandler
    Van Horn 5th place. Colton Nagel his best race
    of the year. Crisna Baez 5th place
  • Cheerleaders Nice dance moves
  • High School Rodeo Success Shelby Martin 10th
    place in poles
  • Jackson County Fair Participants.

95
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96
D. O. S. 31 - P
  • Which statement is true about projectile motion?
  • Gravity is the only force that acts upon a
    projectile, since we will assume air resistance
    is negligible
  • Horizontal velocity changes since no unbalanced
    forces act in that direction
  • Vertical velocity is influenced by gravity and
    range of distance is impacted by angle of the sun
  • At the maximum acceleration of a projectile
    horizontal and vertical velocity are zero

97
D. O. S. 31 - C
  • You need to go to the lumber yard to get some
    wood for the frame of the patio deck you are
    building that has to sit at a weird angle due to
    the location of your house vs. the property line.
    You measure the following dimensions for each
    side. 8.45 m, 6.3 m, 4.33 m, and 5.2 m
  • How much wood should you get at the lumber yard?
    (Remember sig figs matter)
  • 24 m
  • 24.2 m
  • 24.3 m
  • 24.28 m

98
Joke of the Day
  • What do you call a person who keeps on talking
    when people are no longer interested?
  • A Teacher.
  • Like Miss Hunt

99
Opportunity for Extra Points
  • Attend Victoria Colleges Information Night
    Tuesday, October 16th from 530 to 800 p.m. in
    the VC Health Sciences Center
  • This event will give prospective students and
    their parents an opportunity to explore VCs
    areas of study, financial aid options,
    scholarships, admissions requirements, and
    student life activities.
  • Visit with college program people and/or
    employers in attendance and complete the VC Info
    Night Interview Form from Miss Hunt
  • Receive up to 10 extra points on a major grade

100
Art Show Winners
  • See Announcements

101
D.O.S. 32 - P
  • Since the 1940s chemical insecticides have been
    used to control insects that damage crops and
    spread disease. However, such control efforts
    fail when insect pests become resistant to
    insecticides as a result of --
  • Natural selection
  • Learned behavior
  • Geographic isolation
  • Asexual reproduction

102
D.O.S. 32 - C
  • A chemist observes a reaction that gives off an
    odor similar to ammonia and the products turn
    from blue to red and will not turn back to
    original color. This is evidence of what
  • a. Inertia
  • b. Physical change
  • c. Chemical change
  • d. Physical and chemical changes

103
Joke of the Day
  • What do you call a joke that is based on cobalt,
    radon, and yttrium?
  • CoRnY

104
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Dylan Koehl

105
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Daniel Santillan
  • Justin (JET) Thompson
  • Sat. - Oct. 20

106
GO COBRAS
  • Good Try JV
  • GO FOOTBALL and VOLLEYBALL.. Beat the Cowboys
  • Good Luck at Regional Band Contest
  • Go FFA Judging Team at Calhoun County Fair

107
D.O.S. 33
  • Which state change occurs when a solid goes
    directly to a gas?
  • Melting
  • Sublimation
  • Condensation
  • Freezing

108
Joke of the Day
  • How can you save someone with carbon and
    praseodymium?
  • Give them CPr
  • Created by Cade Peterek

109
D.O.S. 34
  • If a person is 6-3 tall, how tall are they in
    meters? (1 inch 2.54 cm)
  • a. 191 m
  • b. 1.91 m
  • c. 16.0 m
  • d. 1.60 m

110
Joke of the Day
  • What do you call a power failure?
  • A current event

111
D.O.S. 35
  • If the atomic mass of Phosphorous is 30.973761
    and the atomic number is 15. How many neutrons
    does it have?
  • 15
  • 2
  • 30
  • 16

112
Joke of the Day
  • A neutron bought a Dr. Pepper at the concession
    stand..

113
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • D J Hart

114
GOLDEN COBRA BAND
  • Division 1 Superior Rating
  • in Region 13 Competition

115
Celebrate Mole Day 2012 on Tuesday, Oct. 23
(10/23) from 602 am to 602 pm Activity Period
Miss Hunts Room
116
D.O.S. 36
  • In a previous D.O.S., a solid placed in a
    graduated cylinder had a volume of 10 cm3. If
    its mass is 50 g., what is the density?
  • 2 g/cm3
  • 0.2 g/cm3
  • 5 g/cm3
  • 60 g/ cm3

117
Joke of the Day
  • My friends son dropped out of chemistry class at
    college
  • After the third week he realized he was out of
    his element

118
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Kenneth (Bubby) Rowlett

119
Good Luck at District Cross Country
120
  • Happy Mole Day 2 U

The mole is a unit of measurement for the amount
of substance or chemical amount. 6.02 x
1023 atoms per mole The atomic mass unit 1
mole of an element
Q What is Avogadros favorite kind of music?
A Rock N Mole
Celebrate Mole Day 2012 on Tuesday, Oct. 23 from
602 am to 602 pm
Mole Day Song
121
D.O.S. 37
  • What is a mole?
  • a. A lightly furry, little, burrowing critter
  • b. A small, dark spot on skin
  • c. A unit of measurement for the
  • amount of substance
  • 6.02 x 1023 atoms
  • d. All of the above

122
Mole Day Activities for Science Club
  • Remember Its Avogadro like avocado
  • Which makes Guacamole
  • Lets Explore More about the Mole through a Lab
    Activity
  • More Mole Day Jokes

123
D.O.S. 38
  • Which are the smallest parts of an atom?
  • Neutrons
  • Nucleus
  • Protons
  • Electrons

124
Joke of the Day
  • What are the favorite elements of doctors?
  • Helium and
  • Curium

125
District Cross Country Results
  • Varsity Girls took 1st
  • Varsity Boys took 3rd
  • Both will advance to Regionals!

126
GO GIRLS
127
GO GUYS
128
D.O.S. 39
  • An ecosystem is
  • Interactive system that includes all parts of the
    physical environment
  • The only place life can exist
  • The entire community of organisms that live there
    plants, animals, fungi, bacteria
  • All of the above

129
Joke of the Day
  • What do the doctors in yesterdays joke do if
    they cant helium or curium sick people?
  • They barium
  • Which is also what you do to dead chemistry
    teachers

130
D.O.S. 40 - P
  • The three factors that actually do affect motion
    are
  • Velocity, acceleration, momentum
  • Distance, time, speed
  • Friction, gravity, air resistance
  • Reactions, actions, net force

131
D.O.S. 40 - C
  • Results of a scientific investigation are
    communicated in which step?
  • Hypothesis
  • Research
  • Data collection and analysis
  • None of the above

132
Joke of the Day
  • A mushroom walks into a bar and announces, A
    round of drinks for everyone!
  • Another customer remarks, Well, he seems like a
    fun guy.
  • (fungi)

133
D.O.S. 41
  • What do you call a reaction that produces heat?
  • Exothermic
  • Endothermic
  • Enthalpic
  • Intrinsic

134
Joke of the Day
  • My doctor doesnt believe in anesthesia
  • Hes propane
  • (pro-pain)

135
D.O.S. 42 - P
  • What is the centripetal acceleration of a bucket
    moving in a 5 m circular path with a velocity of
    10 m/s? Where ac v2
  • r
  • 0.5 m/s2
  • 2 m/s2
  • 20 m/s2
  • 50 m/s2

136
D.O.S. 42 - C
  • If there are 12 dozen pencils in a gross how many
    individual pencils are there in 1 gross?
  • 1
  • 12
  • 13
  • 144

137
Joke of the Day
  • Gravity is a Law..
  • . Law Breakers will be brought down

138
D.O.S. 43
  • Products of photosynthesis are
  • Glucose and oxygen
  • Water and carbon dioxide
  • Oxygen and nitrogen
  • Glucose and nitrogen

139
Halloween Joke
  • Why didnt the skeleton go skydiving?
  • He didnt have the guts to do it

140
D.O.S. 44
  • Plants and animals are dependent on some bacteria
    because these bacteria
  • Help recycle simple nutrients to the soil
  • Get energy from fermentation rather than
    respiration
  • Are able to make their own food by using energy
    from sunlight
  • Are engineered to remove hazardous wastes from
    the environment

141
Joke of the Day
  • Two antennas met on a roof, fell in love and got
    married. The ceremony wasnt much, but the
    reception was excellent.

142
  • Congrats JV Football
  • Go Varsity
  • BEAT the BOBCATS

143
Good Luck at Regional Cross Country
144
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Kori Hessler
  • (Saturday)

145
D.O.S. 45
  • Which atomic structures have the same number of
    protons, but a different number of neutrons?
  • a. ions
  • b. isotopes
  • c. molecules
  • d. none of the above

146
Joke of the Day
  • What are the dullest elements?
  • Bohrium and Boron

147
Way to Go Cross Country
  • Cobra Girls Cross Country placed 4th as a team
  • Cobra Boys Cross Country placed 11th as a team.
  • Will Maraggia placed 14th with a time of 1712
    and Katlyn Strauss placed 11th with a time of
    1242.
  • Congrats to Courtney High who placed 3rd with a
    time of 1154 and Cassidy High who placed 10th
    with a time of 1238. Both girls will be
    advancing to State!

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D.O.S. 46 - C
  • TEA STARR / EOC Release Question 1
  • http//www.tea.state.tx.us/WorkArea/linkit.aspx?Li
    nkIdentifieridItemID2147503467libID2147503461
    .

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Selena Capak
  • Caitlin Ressman

150
  • Congrats Girls
  • Basketball
  • Victory over Schulenberg
  • last night

151
Announcements
  • TUESDAY. FFA Meetings Activity Period 7 pm
    IHS Auditorium

152
D.O.S. 46 - P
  • TEA STARR / EOC Release Question 1
  • http//www.tea.state.tx.us/WorkArea/linkit.aspx?Li
    nkIdentifieridItemID2147503466libID2147503460

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D.O.S. 47
  • 2 or more substances that can be separated by
    physical means is called
  • Pure substance
  • Mixture
  • Colloid
  • Compound

154
Joke of the Day
  • What is the Friendliest Element?
  • Hydrogen
  • (hi drogen)

155
Physics Assignment
  • Read Sections 4.1 thru 4.7 (pages 43 top of 53)
  • Answer the questions along the way.
  • Yes you need to write question and be sure
    answer is a complete sentence using good spelling
    and grammar

156
D.O.S. 48
  • When diluting hydrochloric acid for a lab
    simulating the stomachs digestive system you
    should pour
  • Acid into the water
  • Water into the acid
  • Pour both simultaneously
  • Both a. and b.

157
Joke of the Day
  • The Electrician Said..
  • You can kill a mosquito, but you cant Kill a
    watt
  • (kilowatt)

158
Thanks Veterans
159
CONGRATS
  • 2nd Team ALL DISTRICT Volleyball Team Darcie
    Moreno
  • 1st Team District 30AA Co-MV Setter Makayla
    Lenamon
  • McKenna Zacek - 1st Team All District 30AA
  • Courtney High 5th place at State Cross Country.
    Cassidy High 35th place
  • Football way to end the season with a win
    against the Sharks

160
DOS 49
  • Which scientist discovered the antibiotic
    penicillin?
  • Einstein
  • Goodall
  • Fleming
  • Newton

161
Joke of the Day
  • Why did the chicken cross the road?Isaac
    Newtons First Law Chickens at rest tend to stay
    at rest. Chickens in motion tend to cross the
    road.Isaac Newtons Second Law It was pushed
    on the road with a force equal to its mass times
    acceleration.Isaac Newtons Third Law It was
    pushed on the road by another chicken, which then
    went the opposite direction from the
    road.Isaac Newtons Fourth Law It was
    attracted to a chicken on the other side of the
    road.

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D.O.S. 50 - P
  • The formula for speed (velocity) is?
  • d x t
  • d / t
  • F x d
  • F / d

163
D.O.S. 50 - C
  • Chicken noodle soup is an example of
  • An element
  • A heterogeneous mixture
  • A homogenous mixture
  • A compound

164
D. O. S. Checkpoint 2 Questions 26 -
50 TOMORROW Wednesday 10/27
165
Thought for the Day
  • The difference between try and triumph is a
    little umph.

166
Your Attitude is a Little Thing That Makes a BIG
DIFFERENCE
167
D.O.S. 51
  • Which scientist discovered electrons using the
    Plum Pudding Model and a cathode ray tube?
  • Bohr
  • Thomson
  • Dalton
  • Schrödinger

168
Joke of the Day
  • What did the barrel racer do with her horse?
  • Rhodium

169
D.O.S. 52
  • This scientist devised the Atomic Theory
  • J. Dalton
  • D. Pavlov
  • S. Lothman
  • A. Einstein

170
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Oscar Garcia (Sunday)

171
JUNIORS
  • Bring your non-perishable food items
  • to my room
  • Between Nov. 19 Dec. 7
  • Class with the most goods collected receives an
    Ice Cream Party
  • Courtesy of Student Council

172
D.O.S. 53 - P
  • A student throws a tennis ball with a mass of 5.7
    x 10-2 kg into the air. What is the downward
    force on the ball due to gravity? (where F ma
    and ag 9.8 m/s2)
  • 9.8 N
  • 0.56 N
  • 0.17 N
  • 0.057 N

173
D.O.S. 53
  • Which scientists used cathode ray tubes to prove
    the presence of protons and electrons,
    respectively?
  • Bohr and Rutherford
  • Goldstein and Thomson
  • Bohr and Thomson
  • Schroedinger and Goldstein

174
Joke of the Day
  • What do you get when you cross a snake with a
    physicist?
  • A Bohr (Boa) Constrictor

175
  • GO BASKETBALL
  • Girls at East Bernard
  • Boys at Boling

176
D.O.S. 54 - P
  • What organelle does bacteria lack that is the
    housing unit for DNA?
  • Flagella
  • Golgi Apparatus
  • Nucleus
  • Lysosome

177
D.O.S. 54 - C
  • Mosely improved upon the original arrangement of
    the periodic table as developed by Mendeleev.
    How did Mosely construct his version?
  • Alphabetically
  • By atomic mass
  • By atomic number
  • By year of discovery

178
Joke of the Day
  • What did the scientist say when he found two new
    isotopes of helium????
  • HeHe

179
Amaze Your Family Friends with Thanksgiving
Science
  • http//www.scienceoffcenter.org/science/202-fork-b
    alancing-an-avoid-on-thanksgiving-science-experime
    nt-

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D.O.S. 55
  • What are the charges of an oxygen atom and its
    nucleus, respectively?
  • 0, 8
  • -2, 8
  • 8, 0
  • 16, -2

182
Joke of the Day
  • How would Sherlock Holmes have organized the
    Periodic Table?
  • Element TREE (elementary),
  • my Dear Watson

183
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Luke Smith

184
Go Basketball
  • Boys Varsity vs. Waelder at home
  • Girls at Shiner St. Paul

185
Canned Food Drive
  • Help the needy
  • Items critically needed at this time include
    canned goods, boxed dinners, pasta, pasta sauce,
    baby cereal, and baby food
  • Help your class win an ice cream party
  • Deliver cans by Fri., Dec. 7
  • Ms. Rockstrom - sophomores
  • Ms. Hunt juniors (rock) We are currently 2nd
  • Mrs. Griffith - seniors

186
D.O.S. 56 - Chem
  • Which of these is the naturally occurring isotope
    of Uranium?
  • U 234
  • U 236
  • U 238
  • U 239

187
D.O.S. 56-P
  • If Santa and his reindeer travel from the North
    Pole to Vanderbilt (a distance of 5,000 miles) in
    10 hours. What is their velocity? (v d/t)
  • 50,000 mph
  • 50,000 mph south
  • 500 mph
  • 500 mph south

188
Joke of the Day
  • What do you call a swim team made up of all girls
    named Jennifer?
  • Hydro-Jens
  • (hydrogens)

189
D.O.S. 57
  • Define precipitate (from a chemistry perspective)
  • a. Insoluble product or by-product of a
  • chemical reaction
  • b. A solvent/solute mixture
  • c. Rain
  • d. None of the above

190
Joke of the Day
  • What is a thespians favorite element?
  • Actinium

191
D.O.S. 58
  • Which branch of science combines chemistry and
    biology?
  • Scientology
  • Physiology
  • Medicine
  • Biochemistry

192
Joke of the Day
  • Hydrogen and Oxygen are in a restaurant having
    supper when Gold walks in.
  • Hydrogen yells out Au, Get Out of Here!

193
More News
  • Boys. 1st in Bloomington Tourney
  • Will Maraggia. MVP
  • Jay Rubio. All-Tournament Team
  • Evan Gregg All-Tournament Statician
  • Girls 5th in Cobra Tourney

194
D.O.S. 59 - P
  • A person taking antibiotics benefits from eating
    yogurt that contains live and active bacterial
    cultures because the bacteria
  • Release enzymes that prevent the reproduction of
    viruses
  • May aid antibiotics by eating harmful bacteria in
    the human digestive tract
  • May restore the normal community of bacteria
    living in human digestive track
  • Are a major source of dietary fiber, which helps
    provide energy needed to fight infection

195
D.O.S. 59 - C
  • Thanks to the work of Marie and Pierre Curie and
    their associates, radioactive materials have
    found a place in life saving treatments. Which
    isotope is used to destroy cancer cells?
  • Americium 231
  • Carbon 14
  • Xenon 133
  • Cobalt 60

196
Joke of the Day
  • What did Godzilla say when he ate the nuclear
    power plant?
  • EXPLOSIVE FLAVOR

197
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Marco Chavarria

198
Great Job Theatre and Art
  • Theatre
  • Matthew Bellanger - director, Chazidi Zambrano
    stage manager and techie, Tristan Garrison
    techie
  • Alejandro Garza the phantom techie
  • Artists
  • Shelby Martin, D J Hart

199
D.O.S. 60
  • Rank the following radioactive rays from
    strongest to weakest
  • alpha, beta, gamma
  • gamma, beta, alpha
  • beta, gamma, alpha
  • beta, alpha, gamma

200
Joke of the Day
  • Old musicians never die, they just de-compose

201
D.O.S. 61 - P
  • When a rock is suspended in air, it weighs 2.25
    N. In water it weighs 1.8 N. When the rock is
    suspended in glycerin it weighs 1.72 N. Which
    statement is true?
  • Water exerts a greater buoyant force on the rock
    than glycerin
  • Glycerin exerts a greater buoyant force on the
    rock than water
  • The buoyant force exerted on the rock in water
    and glycerin and water are the same
  • None of the above are correct

202
D.O.S. 61 Chem
  • What is a helium nuclei called in nuclear
    chemistry?
  • Beta particle
  • Positron
  • Gamma ray
  • Alpha particle

203
Thought for the Day
  • Success Comes in Cans.
  • I Can
  • You Can
  • We Can
  • Everybody Can

204
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Celia Grymes

205
D.O.S. 62 - P
Sample pH
A 2.4
B 11.9
C 5.6
D
  • If sample D is more basic than sample A, but
    less basic than sample C which is a valid
    conclusion about the pH of sample D?
  • pH is less than 2.4
  • pH is greater than 5.6
  • pH is between 2.4 and 11.9
  • pH is between 2.4 and 5.6

206
D.O.S. 62 - C
  • What type of energy is stored in a candy bar?
  • Radiant Energy
  • Chemical Energy
  • Kinetic Energy
  • Mechanical Energy

207
Joke of the Day
  • A horse can be ___________ to water,
  • but you cannot make him drink
  • Lead (Pb)

208
WELCOME
  • Mr. Mark Baker
  • Donor Recruiter Consultant
  • South Texas Blood Tissue Center

209
Final Results
  • Student Council Can Drive
  • FRESHMEN  1,584
  • SOPHOMORES   640
  • JUNIORS 579
  • SENIORS 244        
  •   
  • doing good for needy families in Jackson County
  • with 3,047 total cans 
  •  

210
Bully Plays Cast Crew
211
Follow up on STBTC Visit
  • Red Cord Program for high school seniors
  • Volunteer opportunities resume support
  • Chemistry blood tissue typing, checking for
    diseases, mini-physical tests,
  • Physics centrifuge for separating 3 components
    of whole blood, bloodmobile in motion,
    refrigeration
  • Mrs. Drstata

212
D.O.S. 63
  • Donating blood provides which of the following
    life saving components of whole blood and their
    purpose
  • Red blood cells to carry oxygen to tissues and
    organs
  • Platelets that provide for clotting to control
    bleeding
  • Plasma helps sustain blood pressure, deliver
    proteins enzymes
  • All of the above

213
Joke of the Day
  • What is Santas favorite element?
  • HoHoHo
  • (Holmium)
  • (submitted by Ben Rogers 4th and Ashton Brogger
    1st)

214
Canned Food Delivery
215
Outstanding Band Students
  • All Region Band
  • Chazidy Zambrano
  • Marco Chavarria
  • Advanced from Regionals to Area in ATSSB
    all-state band auditions
  • Marco Chavarria

216
D.O.S. 64
  • South Texas Nuclear is an example of producing
    energy from nuclear _______
  • Fusion
  • Fission
  • Confusion
  • None of the above

217
Joke of the Day
  • Did you hear about the nuclear physicist who went
    fission?
  • He caught 4 red fish and a flounder
  • (fishin)

218
D.O.S. 65 - C
  • The time it takes for half the amount of a
    radioactive material to undergo decay
  • Millennium
  • Half-life
  • Millisecond
  • Half-years

219
D.O.S. 65 - P
  • During a test of vehicle safety standards, four
    different vehicles were driven at a test wall at
    a velocity of 35 km/h. Which one most likely hit
    the wall with the greatest force?
  • A bicycle
  • A motorcycle
  • A two-door sports car
  • A four-door SUV

220
Joke of the Day
  • I'd like to make a chemistry joke right about
    now...
  • ..but all the good ones Argon )

221
  • FAREWELL
  • BEN
  • We will miss you!
  • Good Luck

222
Christmas Cheer for Needy Families
223
D.O.S. 66 - P
  • A 144 gram baseball traveling with a velocity of
    45 m/sec has the same momentum as a 675 gram
    football traveling at a velocity of
  • 9.6 m/sec
  • 43.7 m/sec
  • 65 m/sec
  • 45 m/sec
  • Momentum m x v

224
D.O.S. 66 - C
  • Element X has two known naturally occurring
    isotopes. The mass and relative abundance of each
    isotope are shown below
  • What is the average atomic mass of Element X to
    the nearest hundredth of an atomic mass unit?
  • Record your answer 79.91

Relative Abundance Mass (amu)
50.57 78.92
49.43 80.92
225
Joke of the Day
  • My date last night was boron me.
  • so iodine alone tonight
  • (contributed by Hannah Gabrysch and Vina Nguyen)

226
D.O.S. 67
  • Which liquid has the highest viscosity?
  • Substance

Flow Rate (cm/sec)
a. Vegetable Oil 15.0 cm/sec
b. Isopropyl Alcohol 32.4 cm/sec
c. Corn Syrup 0.73 cm/sec
d. Mineral Oil 1.19 cm/sec
227
Joke of the Day
  • SCIENCE in the NEWS
  • Astronomers were excited this week at having
    isolated a brief soundwhich occurred immediately
    before the Big Bang.
  • Apparently, that sound was "uh oh."

228
Moment of Silence
  • Let us remember the students, teachers,
    counselor, and principal of Sandy Hook Elementary

229
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Raven Gulledge

230
D.O.S. 68 - P
  • DNA carries instructions for making
  • Photosynthesis
  • Proteins
  • Replicated cells
  • Offspring

231
D.O.S. 68 - C
  • Which balanced nuclear equation represents the
    neutron bombardment of Plutonium to create
    Lanthium and Rubidium?
  • a. 10n 239 94Pu ? 145 57La 92 37Rb 10n
  • b. 10n 239 94Pu ? 145 57La 92 37Rb 210n
  • c. 10n 239 94Pu ? 145 57La 92 37Rb 310n
  • d. 10n 239 94Pu ? 145 57La 92 37Rb 410n

232
Thought for the Day
  • Lets have a positive week and not have any
    electron clouds hanging over our heads

233
D.O.S. 69 - P
  • What would be the pressure exerted by a 55. kg
    woman standing on one foot in stiletto heels with
    diameter of 0.75 cm?
  • 1200 N
  • 225 N
  • 73 N
  • 41 N
  • w mg P F g 9.8 m/s2
  • A

234
D.O.S. 69 - PoT
  • What would be the volume fluid rate of a storm
    water drainage ditch flowing at 2.0 m/s through a
    0.91 m diameter culvert pipe?
  • 1.3 m3 / s
  • 1.8 m3 / s
  • 2.2 m3 / s
  • 5.7 m3 / s
  • (Where V Av)

235
D.O.S. 69 - C
  • Transition metals, noble gases, metalloids, and
    non-metals are examples of
  • Periods of Elements
  • States of Matter
  • Element Families
  • None of the Above

236
Joke of the Day
  • What should a chemist do who has become flabby?
  • Fermium Up

237
DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS
  • 4 - Marco Chavarria
  • 6 - Celia Grymes
  • 17 - Raven Gulledge
  • 23 - Colton Nagel and Devin Osburn
  • 26 - Cade Peterek
  • 30 - Jeffrey Koch

238
Test Taking Reminder
  1. Take a deep breath and exhale
  2. Push the frontal lobes of your brain together to
    engage thinking
  3. In case of panic or brain freeze, repeat steps 1
    and 2.

239
D.O.S. 70
  • Refer to the periodic table for the following
  • Elements in which group on the periodic table are
    least likely to form chemical bonds?
  • Noble Gases - Group 18 (far right)
  • Alkali Metals - Group 1 (far left)
  • Transition Metals Groups 3 -12 (middle)
  • Halogens Group 17 (right)

240
Joke of the Day
  • Who has chlorine, gold, and sulfur?
  • Santa ClAuS

241
Happy HolidaysandBlessings to All of Your
242
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Holly Pavlicek - 4
  • Jade Trowbridge - Today

243
Joke of the Day
The Element of Surprise!
  • 120
  • Ah
  • (230)

Contributed by Josiah Williams
244
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Madison Garza
  • Evan Gregg

245
Joke of the Day
  • What is the dieters element?
  • Nobellium (no belly)

246
  • D. O. S. Checkpoint 3
  • TODAY
  • Questions 51 70
  • Physics Principles of Tech - Ignore Question
    10
  • Chemistry Ignore Question 9

247
Joke of the Day
  • Did you hear about the microbiologist that was
    not a good swimmer?
  • His DNA was messed up and he almost drowned in
    his own gene pool

248
Joke of the Day
  • Why does hamburger have lower energy than steak?
  • Because it is in ground state

249
JANUARY BIRTHDAYS
  • Holly Pavlicek 4
  • Jade Trowbridge 7
  • Madison Garza Evan Gregg 8
  • Logan Robinson 13
  • Miguel Ramirez 17
  • Alex Biggs 18
  • Randy Bitterly 21
  • Savannah Cisneros 23
  • Leah Bullock Jordan Branum 24
  • Shelby Martin - 29

250
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Randy Bitterly Monday

251
D.O.S. 71
  • If Baby New Year weighs 8 pounds and 6 ounces on
    earth, how much will he weigh on the Moon?
  • 8 pounds and 6 ounces
  • Less than 8 pounds and 6 ounces
  • More than 8 pounds and 6 ounces
  • 16 pounds and 12 ounces

252
Joke of the Day
  • What is a music lovers favorite element?
  • Cd
  • (Cadmium)

253
D.O.S. 72 - P
  • The following are examples of abiotic factors in
    an ecosystem except for
  • temperature
  • weather
  • bacteria
  • soil

254
D.O.S. 72 - C
  • Nickel is one of the transition metals. Because
    of its ability to lose electrons it is very
    conductive. If a nickel atom loses 2 electrons
    its charge will be
  • a. 1
  • b. 2
  • c. 1-
  • d. 2-

255
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Savannah Cisneros

256
Joke of the Day
  • I was going to make a joke about sodium and
    hydrogen..
  • . But NaH
  • From Holly Pavlicek, A J Rojas, and ????

257
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Leah Bullock
  • Jordan Branum

258
Congrats, Shelby. Good Luck at Houston Livestock
Show
259
Football ALL-DISTRICT
260
Boys Basketball - Varsity
261
Girls Varsity Basketball
262
Houston Art Show Advancers
  • Shelby Martin in Painting
  • Lauren Ramon in Sculpture

263
UIL Results - Shiner
  • Shiner UIL Invitational Meet last Thursday
    evening
  • Accounting Courtney High 6th
  • Calculator Applications McKenna Zacek 5th in
    12th grade, Jordon Nagel 1st in 10th grade, 2nd
    overall, Audrey Cate 2nd in 10th grade, 6th
    overall, the three of them along with Kayla
    Weixelman were 2nd place team
  • Computer Applications Kayley Smith 1st,
    Brittany Berger 6th
  • Current Issues and Events Austin Sappington 6th
  • Feature Writing Lauren Ramon 3rd
  • News Writing Dianna Charron 4th
  • Mathematics Audrey Cate 3rd in 10th grade,
    James Adams 2nd in 9th grade, Cassidy High 3rd in
    9th grade, Kate Crawford 4th in 9th grade

264
UIL Results Shiner (cont.)
  • Number Sense Colleen Fellers 3rd in 10th grade,
    Ashley Pattillo 6th in 10th grade
  • Prose Interpretation Ethan Smith 4th
  • Extemporaneous Persuasive Speaking Ethan Smith
    4th
  • Ready Writing Jessie Peterson 1st
  • Science James Adams 1st in 9th grade, Maritsa
    Chavarria 2nd in 9th grade, Jessie Peterson 3rd
    in 10th grade, Travis Alexander 5th in 10th grade
  • Social Studies Austin Sappington, Sydney
    Pattillo, April Jungbauer and Colleen Fellers
    were 2nd place team
  • Spelling Vocabulary Jordan Williams 1st,
    Landry Mikulec 5th, the two of them along with
    Matthew Bellanger and Chazidi Zambrano were 1st
    place team

265
UIL Results - Calhoun
  • Congratulations to the CX Debate team of Holly
    Pavlicek and Ethan Smith for placing 2nd in the
    Calhoun Debate Tournament last Saturday.  They
    were undefeated in all 4 rounds of the debate.
  • Leah Bullock and her partner Sara Adams won 2 of
    their 4 rounds. Kim Morris and partner Austin
    Sappington scored a win as well.
  • Thanks to Kevin Holdgraf for pinch-hitting on a
    CX Debate team at the last minute, and never
    participating before and also doing poetry
    rounds. He and Brittany Gregg won 2 out of their
    4 rounds, one of those against last years state
    champion school of Boling.

266
D.O.S. 73
  • Except for helium, a full orbital of valence
    electrons equals
  • 2
  • 4
  • 6
  • 8

267
Joke of the Day
  • Are you made of copper and tellerium?
  • Because you are very CuTe
  • Contributed by Caitlin Ressman, Melissa Harms,
    Amasty Harms, and David Franz

268
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Shelby Martin

269
D.O.S. 74
  • The elements that make the best semiconductors
    for computers, phones, etc. are the -
  • Metals
  • Metalloids
  • Non-metals
  • Rare earth metals

270
Joke of the Day
  • Dont listen to an atom.
  • they make up everything
  • Contributed by Adam (Atom) J Rosas

271
D.O.S. 75
  • Which element has the greater atomic (molar)
    mass?
  • Tin
  • Xenon
  • Mendelevium
  • Osmium

272
Joke of the Day
  • The Cation Exclaimed Im positive that a free
    electron was stripped off a me. Youve gotta
    keep your ion em.

273
Houston Livestock Show Winners
  • Gold Lauren Ramon
  • Red Jordin Jones, Halley Longstreet, Shelby
    Martin
  • White Randy Bitterly, Selena Capak, Madison
    Gloyna, Katie Grantland

274
SENIORS
  • Scholarship and Financial Aid Meeting TONIGHT
    at 600 pm in Library

275
D.O.S. 76
  • Calculate the dissolving rate of 5 grams of sugar
    in 300 ml of water in grams per second if it
    takes 2 minutes to dissolve
  • 0.04 g/sec
  • 2.5 g/sec
  • 0.016 g/sec
  • 60 g/sec

276
Joke of the Day
  • Famous physicist Werner Heisenberg was pulled
    over by a policeman..
  • The officer asked him if he knew how fast he was
    going. Heisenberg replied, No - I dont know
    how fast I was going, but I am pretty sure I know
    where I am.

277
All District Volleyball
278
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Hunter Foreman (on Sunday)

279
D.O.S. 77 - P
  • Parthenogenesis a type of asexual reproduction
    in which an organism is produced from an
    unfertilized egg
  • A female spring peeper frog produces 200 eggs
    through parthenogenesis. If all the eggs hatch,
    they will produce
  • a. 50 females and 150 males
  • b. 100 females and 100 males
  • c. 150 females and 50 males
  • d. 200 females and 0 males

280
D.O.S. 77 - C
  • What is the electron configuration for sulfur?
  • 1s22s22p63s23p4
  • 1s22s22p23s23p8
  • 1s22s22p43s23p6
  • 1s22s23s22p63p4

281
Joke of the Day
  • What did the maitre d' say when oxygen, hydrogen,
    sulfur, sodium, and phosphorous walked into his
    restaurant?
  • OH SNaP!

282
Yoakum Powerlifting Meet
  • Boys Powerlifting Team Placed first
  • 114s
  • Jesus Rios 1st place
  • Bradley McGill 3rd place
  • 123s
  • Kayden Kurtz 6th place
  • 132s
  • Teton Thedford 2nd place
  • Rhett Musser 5th  place

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Boys Powerlifting - Yoakum
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