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.
“All of us …like to believe that in a moral emergency we will behave like the heroes of our youth, bravely and forthrightly, without thought of personal loss or discredit” (O’Brien 39). In other words, we are quite oblivious to the ordinary people of the world that are, in fact, the true heroes. These heroes are not the equivalents to the Lone Ranger or Superman; they might even flee instead of fight a dangerous situation. However, when they do fight, they fight with flesh and bone. They fight with emotions and tears.
A few weeks later, I opened my own private studio at age 13 with two students. In 2010, I was awarded “Most Dedicated Young Piano Teacher” by my teacher's district teaching association. After practicing with the choir and teaching my first 30-minute lesson, I knew I wanted to teach and direct for the rest of my life. After finalizing my occupational goal, I noticed I was engrossed in life’s routine. With Homecoming activities approaching, my role as Student Council President increased to include more meetings and late nights preparing a fun filled week for the entire student body.
They have accepted this as their way of life there is nothing new that will truly occur. The only aspects that will change are the names and faces. It is a closed world. While our country has developed in the opposite way with an obsession with our idea of progress creating an overabundance of life altering changes without ever contemplating whether or not this would truly benefit our society. This comparison between the stagnant society and the dynamic society shows up in every facet of our two very different worlds even in our political ideals and problems.
Stella receives coaching and reassurance from her sisters in How Stella Got her Groove Back. Although close friends strengthen one against the troublesome events in life and provide a release for the protagonists' thoughts, they have their drawbacks. Friends need attention and support of their own. In many instances all that they can offer is their judgment and criticism. Portia, one of Zora's close friends in Disappearing Acts, explains the need for independence from advice by sa... ... middle of paper ... ...e between reliance on others to make one happy and one's own efforts for self-fulfillment.
While reading The Pact, the audience will feel as though they themselves are a part of the story, if not the main characters themselves. Throughout the novel, the read... ... middle of paper ... ...t he was falling into place beside her” (Picoult, 216). Aside from the drama that takes place inside the courtroom, the friendship between parent’s of both children slowly breaks as the truth is uncovered. A secret affair almost comes about between Chris’s mother and Emily’s father as they both grieve. Overall, The Pact is a dramatic, yet beautiful story of love that will leave the reader feeling as if they had been a part of the story all along.
Speaking to Tiffany, she explains that she loves helping people that can’t really find the courage or drive to help themselves. Her hobbies actually shape a lot of her accomplishments also. Tiffany received a flag of honor for saving a classmates life in 2012. This was one of the accomplishments that she still thinks about everyday as she still grows as a person. She also finished all four years of JROTC in high school.
A class full of young kids chasing me around the classroom, giving me the energy and reason I wake up to come here everyday. In two years I will finish my Associate's Degree in Early Childhood Education and management the first step to becoming a teacher. While going to school at Polk State College I will continue my job at Precious Children in the Highlands Preschool. Senior year I had interned there and got a multitude of experiences and offered a part time job as a substitute. After having this experience I have found that this is the job I want to take part in.
I did not have to wait long for an opportunity to dance on stage because the teachers decided to put up a Kathak group dance for the Class Five’s form evening. Preparing for the final evening was as much fun as the event itself. We were a group of eighteen girls. Some, like I, had some background in Kathak while others were dancing in this style for the first time. The teachers worked hard with us over a period of twenty days.
In addition to working with children as a professional, she was always involved in my elementary school years, as a class mother or President of the PTO. In the summers there were more children, as we would go to sleepaway camp in Maine and she would be in charge of the youngest group of campers. She was always running, playing, consoling, planning, and caring for children. At home, she was just as active. I remember doing homework with her every night and she got so involved with it that she would practically do it for me, which I thought, at the time, was a pretty good thing.