"The more I study nature, the more I stand amazed at the work of the Creator."   Louis Pasteur (1822-1895]

I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every hour, if we will only tune in."   George Washington Carver (c. 1864-1943]


South Region High School #9
5225 Tweedy Blvd.
South Gate, CA 90280
Part of the Los Angeles Unified School District
Video Production 1B (Click Here)
Photography 1B (Click Here)
Tue, August 18, 2015

Dispatch:  Signing of Program Cards

Introduction

Course Syllabus

Standard(s):  All
Mon. August 17, 2015

Welcome back to School!
Wed, August 19, 2015

Dispatch:  Demonstration

Classroom Procedures and Standards of Conduct

Scavenger Hunt Ice Breaker

Standard(s):  All
Thur, August 20, 2015

Dispatch:  Poll - What do you think are the top 5 causes of death in the United States?

Health Concerns in the United States

Poll Results

Movie - "Skills for Healthy Living - Taking Charge of Your Health"

Standard(s):  All 
Fri., August 21, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Tue, August 25, 2015

Dispatch:  What is stress?

Stressor:  Life Changes of Teenagers

How stress affects the body

Sleep Deprivation Worksheet

Movie - "The Negative Effects of Sleep Deprivation"

Notes 1 - Sleep Deprivation

Movie - "Skills for Healthy Living - Making Healthy Choices"

Standard(s):  All
Mon. August 24, 2015

Notebook Rubric

Dispatch:  What is health?

Look at the quotes about health around the room.  Read them and then stand by the one that you most agree or identify with.

Standard(s):  All
Wed, August 26, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Thur, August 27, 2015

Dispatch:  What do you like to do for exercise?  If you don't like exercise, why not?

Physical Activity Worksheet

Physical Activity Worksheet Answer Key

Movie - "Exercise, Stress, and the Brain"

Five things you do to relax

Guided breathing exercise

Stress Reduction Posters

Homework Assignment #1 (due Mon. 8/31): 
Part 1 - pg. 92, qs. 1 through 9
Part 2 - Look up the definition of each term and then use each of the terms in a sentence.
stressstressor
epinephrineeustress
distressresiliency
assetprioritize

Standard(s):  All
Fri., August 28, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Tue, September 1, 2015

Dispatch:  Work on Posters

Short Movie - "Teen Suicide Prevention"

Notes 2 - Teen Age Suicide

Standard(s):  1.1.PDiscuss the value of actively managing personal health behaviors (e.g., getting adequate sleep, practicing ergonomics, and performing self-examinations).  .10.MDescribe signs of depression, potential suicide, and other self-destructive behaviors.
Mon. August 31, 2015

Dispatch:  "What's Your Health IQ," pg. 76

Go over homework

Standard(s):  1.1.PDiscuss the value of actively managing personal health behaviors (e.g., getting adequate sleep, practicing ergonomics, and performing self-examinations).
Wed, September 2, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Thur, September 3, 2015

Dispatch:  Movie - "Australia's Teen Suicide Epidemic"

1.  What were the signs that Paige might commit suicide?
2.  What might Paige and those who loved her done differently?

Standard(s):  10.MDescribe signs of depression, potential suicide, and other self-destructive behaviors.
Fri., September 4, 2015

NO SCHOOL!
Health   (List of All Assignments for current semester)
Chemistry (Click Here)
Tue, September 8, 2015

Dispatch:  "Suicide Prevention"

Finish Notes 2 - Teen Age Suicide

Review for Quiz

Standard(s):  1.1.PDiscuss the value of actively managing personal health behaviors (e.g., getting adequate sleep, practicing ergonomics, and performing self-examinations).  .10.MDescribe signs of depression, potential suicide, and other self-destructive behaviors.
Mon. Sept. 7, 2015

No School!

HAPPY LABOR DAY!
Wed, September 9, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Thur, September 10, 2015

Dispatch:  Grade Notebooks

Quiz

Correct Quiz

Turn in notebooks

Standard(s):  10.MDescribe signs of depression, potential suicide, and other self-destructive behaviors.
Fri., September 12, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Tue, September 15, 2015

Dispatch:  “You are what you eat.”  Write a paragraph in your notebook explaining what you think this means.

Health IQ, pg. 152

Notes 3 - Macronutrients

Nutrition Food Log

Movie – "Standard Deviants Nutrition - Carbohydrates"

Homework Assignment #1 (due Thu. 9/17): 
Part 1 - pg. 160, qs. 2-9;
pg. 166, qs. 1-7
Part 2 - Look up the definition of each term and then use each of the terms in a sentence.
nutrition
nutrients
carbohydrates
fat
protein
vitamin
mineral
nutrient deficiency

Standard(s):  1.4.N Describe dietary guidelines, food groups, nutrients, and serving sizes for healthy eating habits.
Mon. Sept. 14, 2015

No School!


Wed, September 16, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Thur, September 17, 2015

Dispatch:  Write down the names of the vitamins and minerals you have heard of and the kinds of foods in which you think they are found. 

Notes 4 - Nutritional Needs

Go over homework

Create My Fitness Pal Accounts

Standard(s):  1.4.N Describe dietary guidelines, food groups, nutrients, and serving sizes for healthy eating habits.
Fri., September 18, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Tue, September 22, 2015

Dispatch:  Analyzing Data, pg. 169 – Answer questions 1 and 2, then the following:
3.  What is the serving size?
4.  How many calories are in one serving?
5.  Is this food a good source of Vitamin C?
6.  Does this food contain any cholesterol?
7.  How much of the carbohydrate content is fiber?
8.  What percentage of the DV of iron does it provide?

Nutrition Brochure Project.

Go to the computer lab and enter your food log informaiton into SparkTeens.com

Standard(s):  1.4.N Describe dietary guidelines, food groups, nutrients, and serving sizes for healthy eating habits.
Mon. Sept. 21, 2015

Dispatch:  Go to the computer lab and enter your food log informaiton into My Fitness Pal.

Homework Assignment #3 (due Thu. 9/24): 
Part 1 - pg. 174, qs. 1-8;
pg. 182, qs. 1-6
Part 2 - Look up the definition of each term and then use each of the terms in a sentence.
Recommended Daily 
   Allowance (RDA)
Daily Value (DV)
Dietary Guidelines for
   Americans MyPyramid
Nutrient DensityVegetarian

Standard(s):  1.4.N Describe dietary guidelines, food groups, nutrients, and serving sizes for healthy eating habits.
Wed, September 23, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Thur, September 24, 2015

Dispatch:   Imagine that in the year 2014, the world’s technologies suddenly stop working. In your notebook, write a fictional story about a day in the life of a person if this occurred.

Your story should be at least three paragraphs long.  The story should have a beginning (the setup), a middle (the conflict), and an end (the resolution). 

Do the story in your notebook.  It does not have to be turned in at the end of class.  Click here for the rubric.

Go over homework

Work on Project 1

Standard(s):  1.4.N Describe dietary guidelines, food groups, nutrients, and serving sizes for healthy eating habits.
Fri., September 25, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
New!
Download the
Health Book!
Tue, September 29, 2015

Dispatch:  Watch the movie - "Healthy or junk food? Busting food labels (CBC Marketplace)"

Food Label Exercise - Each group will receive a food label.  They will then analyze the claims made on the label and determine if those claims are supported by the information on the food label.  The group will present its findiings to the class.

Go over homework

Using Microsoft Word to Make a Brochure

Nutrition Brochure Project.

Review for the Quiz

Standard(s):  1.4.N Describe dietary guidelines, food groups, nutrients, and serving sizes for healthy eating habits.
Mon. Sept. 28, 2015

Dispatch:  Watch the short movies about the Food Pyramid, then answer the question, "What are the parts of the Food Pyramid?"

Go over homework

Nutrition Brochure Project.

Homework Assignment #4 (due Tues. 9/29): 
pg. 185, qs. 29-30

Standard(s):  1.4.N Describe dietary guidelines, food groups, nutrients, and serving sizes for healthy eating habits.
Wed, September 30, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Thur, October 1, 2015

Dispatch:   Grade Notebooks

Quiz

Correct Quiz

Turn in Notebooks

Work on Project 1

Standard(s):  1.4.N Describe dietary guidelines, food groups, nutrients, and serving sizes for healthy eating habits.
Fri., October 2, 2015

Class Does Not Meet

Enter your food log informaiton into SuperTracker.gov


Tue, October 6, 2015

Dispatch:  What's your Health IQ?  pg. 188

How to make a brochure using Microsoft Word

Work on Nutrition Brochure Project. (Due Thursday at the end of class)

Standard(s):  1.8.N Describe the prevalence, causes, and long-term consequences of unhealthy eating.
1.9.N Analyze the relationship between physical activity and overall health.
1.10.N Evaluate various approaches to maintaining a healthy weight.
Mon. October 5, 2015

Dispatch:  Watch the short movie, "Health and food: Hunger and Appetite," then answer the question, "What is the difference between hunger and appetite?"

Nutrition Brochure Project.

Homework Assignment #5 (due Thur. 10/8): 
Part 1 - pg. 195, qs. 1-9;
pg. 201, qs. 1-8
Part 2 - Look up the definition of each term and then use each of the terms in a sentence.
hunger
appetite
basal metabolic rate (BMR)
overweight
obesity
heredity
body composition
body mass index (BMI)
weight management
fad diet

Standard(s):  1.8.N Describe the prevalence, causes, and long-term consequences of unhealthy eating.
1.9.N Analyze the relationship between physical activity and overall health.
1.10.N Evaluate various approaches to maintaining a healthy weight.
Wed, October 7, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Thur, October 8, 2015

Dispatch:   Watch the short movie on Body Mass Index (BMI) then answer these questions:
1.  What is the BMI?
2.  Why is BMI important?
3.  What factors can affect your BMI?

Go over homework

Calculate your BMI!

Enter your food log informaiton into SuperTracker.gov

Nutrition Brochure Project.

Homework Assignment #6 (due Tue.. 10/13): 
Part 1 - pg. 206, qs. 1-10;
pg. 210, qs. 1-9
Part 2 - Look up the definition of each term and then use each of the terms in a sentence.
body image
anorexia nervosa
bulimia nervosa
binge eating/bingeing
purging
food allergy
lactos intolerance
food-borne illness
cross-contamination

Standard(s):  1.8.N Describe the prevalence, causes, and long-term consequences of unhealthy eating.
1.9.N Analyze the relationship between physical activity and overall health.
1.10.N Evaluate various approaches to maintaining a healthy weight.
Fri., October 9, 2015

Class Does Not Meet



Tue, October 13, 2015

Dispatch:  What steps should you take when making a salad?

Notes 5 - Common Digestive Disorders

Short Movie - "Right Chef, Wrong Chef Episode 2: Cross Contamination"

Demonstration

Go over homework

Review for the Quiz

Nutrition Brochure Project.
Save your brochure on the flash drive

Standard(s):  1.8.N Describe the prevalence, causes, and long-term consequences of unhealthy eating.
1.9.N Analyze the relationship between physical activity and overall health.
1.10.N Evaluate various approaches to maintaining a healthy weight.
Mon. October 12, 2015

Dispatch:  Watch the movie "Foodborne Illness: What Problem?"

Nutrition Brochure Project.

Standard(s):  1.8.N Describe the prevalence, causes, and long-term consequences of unhealthy eating.
1.9.N Analyze the relationship between physical activity and overall health.
1.10.N Evaluate various approaches to maintaining a healthy weight.
Wed, October 14, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Thur, October 15, 2015

Dispatch:  Grades Notebooks

Quiz

Correct Quiz

Turn in Notebook

Standard(s):  1.8.N Describe the prevalence, causes, and long-term consequences of unhealthy eating.
1.9.N Analyze the relationship between physical activity and overall health.
1.10.N Evaluate various approaches to maintaining a healthy weight.
Fri., October 16, 2015

Class Does Not Meet



Tue, October 20, 2015

Dispatch:  What is the difference between a drug and a medicine?

Each group will select a drug, then prepare a short presentatoin that answers these questions:
1. Describe the type of drug that your group selected and how it is used. What drug category does it fit in (narcotics, depressants, stimulants, hallucinogens, cannabis, or organic solvents)?
2.  Is the drug used for medical, legal recreational, illegal recreational, or illegal instrumental use (taking a prescription drug without a prescription, such as taking a non-prescribed amphetamine to drive through the night)?
3.  What is the approximate cost of the drug? Do you think that the drug is easy or hard to obtain?
4.  What are the possible side effects of the drug and does it have a any common drug interactions?  Is it likely to cause an allergic reaction?

Adapted from:
“Lessons from the Street” is an introduction to drug education activity

Standard(s):  1.4.N Describe dietary guidelines, food groups, nutrients, and serving sizes for healthy eating habits.
Mon. October 19, 2015

Dispatch:  What's your health IQ?  pg. 216

Do you think people should be able to put any substance they want into their own body?  Why or why not?

Homework Assignment #7 (due Thur. 10/22): 
Part 1 - pg. 221, qs. 1-9;
pg. 229, qs. 1-10
Part 2 - Look up the definition of each term and then use each of the terms in a sentence.
Drug
Medicine
Side Effect
Prescription
Over-the-counter (OTC) Medicine
Psychoactive
Generic Medicine
Active Ingredient
Drug Interaction

Standard(s):  1.4.N Describe dietary guidelines, food groups, nutrients, and serving sizes for healthy eating habits.


Wed, October 21, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Thur, October 22, 2015

Dispatch:  What types of things can interact with a drug?

Watch the short video - "Drug interactions: Foods as dangerous as grapefruits?"

Student Presentations

Movie ; "FDA Approved: How the FDA Approval Process Works"

Go over homework

Standard(s):  1.4.N Describe dietary guidelines, food groups, nutrients, and serving sizes for healthy eating habits.
Fri., October 23, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Tue, October 27, 2015

Dispatch:  Watch the movie - "Drugged - High On Alcohol"
After watching the movie, answer these questions in you notebook:
1.  What are the factors that led Ryan to become addicted?
2.  What is an enabler?

Notes 6 - Drugs and the Brain

Go over previous homework

Standard(s):  1.2.A  Explain the impact of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use on brain chemistry, brain function, and behavior.
1.4.A  Identify the social and legal implications of using and abusing alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.

Mon. October 26, 2015

Dispatch:  You are a doctor working in a top secret government health facility.  One morning you are working in the laboratory when you hear what sounds like gun shots coming from the hallway.  Describe what happens next.

Your story should be at least three paragraphs long.  The story should have a beginning (the setup), a middle (the conflict), and an end (the resolution). 

Do the story in your notebook.  It does not have to be turned in at the end of class.  Worth 15 Points.  Click here for the rubric.

Homework Assignment #8 (due Thur. 10/29): 
Part 1 - pg. 234, qs. 1-10;
pg. 246, qs. 5-13
Part 2 - Look up the definition of each term and then use each of the terms in a sentence.
Addiction
Tolerance
Physical Dependence
Withdrawal
Alcohol
intoxication
Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC)
Binge Drinking
Cirrhosis

Standard(s):  1.4.N Describe dietary guidelines, food groups, nutrients, and serving sizes for healthy eating habits.
Wed, October 28, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Thur, October 29, 2015

Dispatch:  On Tuesday we went over alcohol's effect on the human brain.  What are some other parts of the body they you have heard are affected by alcohol?

Close reading - "Alcohol - the Body & Health Effects"

Student Presentations

Go over homework

Homework Assignment #9 (due Tues. 11/3): 
Part 1 - pg. 252, qs. 1-10;
pg. 258, qs. 1-9
Part 2 - Look up the definition of each term and then use each of the terms in a sentence.
alcohol abuse
alcoholism
enabling
codependency
fetal alcohol syndrome
designated driver

Standard(s):  1.2.A  Explain the impact of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use on brain chemistry, brain function, and behavior.
1.4.A  Identify the social and legal implications of using and abusing alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.
Fri., October 30, 2015

Dispatch:  What is BAC?  What are the factors that affect it?

Movies -  "Blood Alcohol Concentration" and "Guess your blood alcohol content"

Standard(s):  1.2.A  Explain the impact of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use on brain chemistry, brain function, and behavior.
1.4.A  Identify the social and legal implications of using and abusing alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.
Tue, November 3, 2015

Dispatch:  Why do teens drink?
Complete the graphic organizer below.  Put the biggest reason you think teens drink at the top.  Rank other reasons below.








Click on the image for a larger version.

Just a Few Drinks
(click here for the video)
(click here for the study guide)

Go over homework

Review for Quiz

Standard(s):  1.2.A  Explain the impact of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use on brain chemistry, brain function, and behavior.
1.4.A  Identify the social and legal implications of using and abusing alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.
Mon. November 2, 2015

Dispatch:  Analyzing Data, pg. 251

Watch the movie - "Alcohol effects on family"

Afterward, write in your noetbook how might each of the following terms be related to the effect of alcohol on the family?
enabling
codependency
fetal alcohol syndrome

Standard(s):  1.2.A  Explain the impact of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use on brain chemistry, brain function, and behavior.
1.4.A  Identify the social and legal implications of using and abusing alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.

Wed, November 4, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Thur, November 5, 2015

Dispatch:  Grade Notebooks

Quiz

Correct Quiz

Turn in Notebooks

Standard(s):  1.2.A  Explain the impact of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use on brain chemistry, brain function, and behavior.
1.4.A  Identify the social and legal implications of using and abusing alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.
Fri., November 6, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Tue, November 10, 2015

Dispatch:  Gallery Walk.  Read the responses.  Pick the one for each question (other than your own) which you like and write it in your notebook along with why you picked it.

Standard(s):  1.2.G  Explain how conception occurs, the stages of pregnancy, and the responsibilities of parenting.
1.5.G  Summarize fertilization, fetal development, and childbirth.

Mon. November 9, 2015

Dispatch:  What's Your Health IQ?  pg. 408

On each of four Post-it notes, write your answer to these four questions and then post them on the chart with the same question:
1.  What is a marriage?
2.  What makes it difficult to sustain a marriage in the current world?
3.  What kind of images do various media present about marriages?
4.  What factors can affect your marriage's chances of success before marriage? After marriage?

Gallery Walk

Reflection - In your notebook, answer the question, "What are some factors that might lead to a long and successful marriage?

Homework Assignment #10 (due Thurs. 11/12): 
Part 1 - pg. 414, qs. 1-10;
pg. 417, qs. 1-10
Part 2 - Look up the definition of each term and then use each of the terms in a sentence.
marriage
emotional intimacy
emotional maturity
divorce
parental responsibility
discipline

Standard(s):  1.3.G  Discuss the characteristics of healthy relationships, dating, committed relationships, and marriage.
1.6.G  Explain responsible prenatal and perinatal care and parenting, including California’s Safely Surrendered Baby Law.
Wed, November 11, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Thur, November 12, 2015

Dispatch:  Read Chapter 17 Section 3 in the book (pgs. 418-422)

Answer questions 1-9 on pg. 422, 16-20 on pg. 424, and 21-22, pg. 425.

Standard(s):  1.2.G  Explain how conception occurs, the stages of pregnancy, and the responsibilities of parenting.
1.5.G  Summarize fertilization, fetal development, and childbirth.
Fri., November 13, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Tue, November 17, 2015

Dispatch:  Watch the short movie, "The couple with the longest marriage in America"

Reflection - In your notebook, answer the question, "What are some factors that might lead to a long and successful marriage?

Finish going over homework

Cost of Parenting

Standard(s):  1.2.G  Explain how conception occurs, the stages of pregnancy, and the responsibilities of parenting.
1.5.G  Summarize fertilization, fetal development, and childbirth.

Mon. November 16, 2015

Dispatch:  Assembly on Wednesday

Go over homework

Homework Assignment #10 (due Thurs. 11/12): 
Part 1 - pg. 414, qs. 1-10;
pg. 417, qs. 1-10
Part 2 - Look up the definition of each term and then use each of the terms in a sentence.
marriage
emotional intimacy
emotional maturity
divorce
parental responsibility
discipline

Standard(s):  1.3.G  Discuss the characteristics of healthy relationships, dating, committed relationships, and marriage.
1.6.G  Explain responsible prenatal and perinatal care and parenting, including California’s Safely Surrendered Baby Law.

Wed, November 18, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Thur, November 19, 2015

Dispatch:  Grade Notebooks

Quiz

Correct Quiz

Turn in Notebooks

Standard(s):  1.2.G  Explain how conception occurs, the stages of pregnancy, and the responsibilities of parenting.
1.5.G  Summarize fertilization, fetal development, and childbirth.
Fri., November 20, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Tue, December 1, 2015

Dispatch:  Questions a person must ask themselves before having sex -  Each group pick one of your questions, then write it on the board in the back.

In your notebook, list five characteristics to look for in a partner

Watch the short movie - "Teen Sexual Peer Pressure"

Peer Pressure Skit

Standard(s):  1.3.G  Discuss the characteristics of healthy relationships, dating, committed relationships, and marriage.
2.1.G  Determine personal, family, school, and community factors that can help reduce the risk of engaging in sexual activity.
Mon. November 30, 2015

Dispatch:  What's your Health IQ? pg. 454

With your group, list all the possible questions a person must ask themselves before
having sex.  Be prepared to share your questions with the class.

Teen Pregnancy Options

Homework Assignment #11 (due Thurs. 12/3): 
Part 1 - pg. 459, qs. 2-8;
pg. 463, qs. 2-7, pg. 468, qs. 4-8
Part 2 - Look up the definition of each term and then use each of the terms in a sentence.
sexual activity
abstinence
sexually transmitted disease (STD)
internal pressure
external pressure
protective factor

Standard(s):  1.3.G  Discuss the characteristics of healthy relationships, dating, committed relationships, and marriage.
2.1.G  Determine personal, family, school, and community factors that can help reduce the risk of engaging in sexual activity.
Wed, December 2, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Thur, December 3, 2015

Dispatch:  Make final preparations with your group to perform your skit

Peer Pressure Skits

Go over homework

Teen Pregnancy Options

Homework Assignment #12 (due Tues. 12/8): 
Part 1 - pg. 479, qs. 2-7; pg. 483, qs. 3-8, pg. 490, qs. 4-8
Part 2 - Look up the definition of each term and then use each of the terms in a sentence.
sexually transmitted disease       (STD)
epidemic
asymptomaticchlamydia
pelvic inflammatory disease         (PID)
gonorrhea
syphilisHIV
human papilloma virus (HPV)


Standard(s):  1.3.G  Discuss the characteristics of healthy relationships, dating, committed relationships, and marriage.
2.1.G  Determine personal, family, school, and community factors that can help reduce the risk of engaging in sexual activity.
Fri., December 4, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Tue, December 8, 2015

Dispatch:  Read pgs. 486-489 in the book.  Each group will be given one STD to present to the class.

Effectiveness of Family Planning Methods

Go over homework

Review for Quiz

Standard(s):  1.3.G  Discuss the characteristics of healthy relationships, dating, committed relationships, and marriage.
2.1.G  Determine personal, family, school, and community factors that can help reduce the risk of engaging in sexual activity.
Mon. December 7, 2015

Dispatch: What's your health IQ, pg. 474

Read Chapter 20, Section 1 pgs. 476-479

Answer Questions 1-9, pg. 492

Standard(s):  1.3.G  Discuss the characteristics of healthy relationships, dating, committed relationships, and marriage.
2.1.G  Determine personal, family, school, and community factors that can help reduce the risk of engaging in sexual activity.
Wed, December 9, 2015

Class Does Not Meet
Thur, December 10, 2015

Dispatch:  Grade Notebooks

Quiz

Correct Quiz

Turn in Notebooks

Standard(s):  1.3.G  Discuss the characteristics of healthy relationships, dating, committed relationships, and marriage.
2.1.G  Determine personal, family, school, and community factors that can help reduce the risk of engaging in sexual activity.
Fri., December 11, 2015

Class Does Not Meet