Ninth-graders, from left, Araceli Romero, Natasha Moody and Alexis Tarleton match a written list of emotions with the appropriate facial expressions during class at Health Professions High School last month in Sacramento.
Ninth-graders, from left, Araceli Romero, Natasha Moody and Alexis Tarleton match a written list of emotions with the appropriate facial expressions during class at Health Professions High School last month in Sacramento. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Ninth-graders, from left, Araceli Romero, Natasha Moody and Alexis Tarleton match a written list of emotions with the appropriate facial expressions during class at Health Professions High School last month in Sacramento. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

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