My niece once told me “I inspired her to make a difference in her life.” Therefore, she becomes Miss Farmington American Indian Ambassador 2015-2016. However, I always try to use this lesson today because I remain positive through difficult situations. I still learn from people throughout my life as they teach me life
Marianny- Student M has been attending the mentoring program consistently this month. Student M has been working very hard to improve both her Math and English grade, by seeking mentoring support on a regular basis. Student M is extremely proud of herself as she was accepted into her first choice High School, which is High School for Health Careers and Sciences at the George Washington High School Campus. Mr. Fernandez is excited his daughter will be transitioning to this school as he aspires for her to become a pediatric doctor. Student M will continue to attend mentoring program as well as continue seeking educational support.
Michelle Obama’s parent always made that clear to her and her brother. The commitment to education helped her and her brother to go to college and graduate from Ivy League schools. On the contrary of Laura Bush, Michelle Obama chose to become a Lawyer. She was always interested in the law process and became very successful as a lawyer. Michelle Obama was very involved in creating change to the political landscape.
Her supreme intelligence was one of the reasons she was chosen as English Editor of her eighth grade yearbook and editor of the grade newspaper. Shani spent her summers in the catskills where she was adored by campers and counselors alike because of her sunny disposition. At age thirteen, she began attending camp snob and spent four thrilling summer’s there. susan decided to attend H B High School in brooklyn and is currently enjoying her third year there. She is known as a conscientious student who loves to have a great time.
When their youngest daughter was in high school Kathy was working for Edward Jones Financial in Bellevue and loved her work but there was always that nagging feeling that she needed to do more with her life. Edward Jones offers an employee tuition reimbursement program. This seemed to be Kathy’s opportunity to try something new and continue her education. After much prayer and soul searching, Kathy made the decision to attend classes at Bellevue University to work on her degree in
The mission pledge go like this. “The Ann Richards for Young Women Leaders dedicate itself to prepare young women to attend and graduate from college, commit to a healthy and well balanced lifestyle, lead with courage and compassion, and solve problem creatively and ethically in support of our global community.” The school serves over 700 6th through 12th grade students. They also serve Austin Food Banks, and other non-profit organization through students service. They believe it’s important for their students to serves back to the community. On June 6, 2013, I helped at the transition camp.
Teaching has been my dream profession since I was in eighth grade and has helped motivate me to be my best self ever since then. The summer going into eighth grade my girl scout troop did our silver award project where we created a summer academic curriculum for once homeless preschoolers and kindergarteners, that were currently in transitional housing at Saint Elizabeth lodge, who were behind in school. Every Wednesday that summer I spent two hours teaching and playing with those children and my life has not been the same since. Another reason I want to go into the teaching profession is because of the indescribable feeling when you get to see a child’s eyes light up when they finally achieve and comprehend something you have been teaching them and they have been struggling with. Seeing a child after this moment is exceptionally rewarding, because they are typically extremely happy and proud of themselves and that feeling will help them problem solve, build confidence, and face more difficult challenges in the future.
I have always loved working with kids, from my apprenticeship at a daycare, to cannon ball contests with the kids as a lifeguard, and even helping out with my old cheer team when I was in high school. Additionally, I was always good at math, thanks to my math teacher grandpa that would send me math problems to do for fun in elementary school. The summer going into my senior year of high
Bruce room just to say hi and see how she was doing. I did that because she had such a big impact on my high school career. She was the first teacher to see the good in me even when I did not show it. When I was applying for colleges she wrote my letters of recommendations, and she even helped me with my English papers from my sophomore year to my senior year, she even got me to be in the Best Buddies club. Senior year had just started and my bestfriend Nakiyah was telling me how cool her English teacher was, so one day I went to her class to go see who her teacher
MyTeaching Philosophy In entering the teaching profession, I have thought about why I want to become a teacher. Having tried several different career majors and taken a few years off from college to travel, trying different career paths, I was reminded of how I loved to be around children. As the oldest of eleven grandchildren, I had the privilege of helping younger children learn things that I have already experienced, and I have enjoyed these opportunities. Also I want to be like my Grandmother, who was an elementary music teacher. The opportunity to have her as a teacher for five years in the school system and then as an influence at home was a wonderful and cherished experience.