School is a place that a very young age you 're made to attend on a daily basis to get good grades and learn new subject matter to have a bright future and a fulfilling lifestyle. School is also a place where you are taught to believe that it is a safe place to be around in and that the staff and security (if there is any) are there to protect you and make you feel comfortable enough to approach them if any issue arises from within yourself or another
An average person spends about 9% of his or her life in school. That’s roughly 14,000 hours in school from the time you enter kindergarten, until the time you graduate high school. Growing up we almost always swear that going to school is the worst possible thing our parents could ever make us do. We thought of it as a punishment rather than a privilege. I had these same emotions majority of my school career, until I met the one teacher who made me excited to come to school every day.
I was born on July 24, 1900 in Montgomery Alabama. I grew up in a very privileged home. I was the youngest of six kids so I was the baby of the family. I was very spoiled as a child and I thought that the entire world revolved around me. In 1909 I started to take ballet, an interest that I would pursue my entire life (American National Biography).
Schools are the places where the children shape their personalities and behavior.A School is also a special place where small kids and even teenagers meet people from all different situations, backgrounds and all walks of life.A school is a place where kids get to determine their future and what they want to do in life.Kids will be thrown into a mix of people they don't know and have to work together.This is good for them because it sets them up for the future when they have to deal with people from the real world.
I was born May, 30th 1989 at Wadley Medical in Texarkana, Ar. I was born to Kym Crispino from Queens, NY and William Lee of Hot Springs, Ar. My parents were young when they had me. We were very poor at times, but they always made sure I had what
I was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa on February 22, 2002 to Matt and Rachel Eilers I was born at Mercy Medical Center. On the twenty third of February I got to go to my home at 7526 Cattail Ct. NE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. My room had blue curtains; I still can remember it. My brother was born on October 11, 2006. At the age of 5 years old I had brain surgery due to my Chiari malformation. I went to kindergarten on August 20, 2008 at Holloway House. My preschool and kindergarten teacher was Mrs. Varn.
I was born on December, 27, 2003 in Dubuque, Iowa. When I was born, I had no brothers or sisters. I only had my mom and dad (My Mom’s name is Amy, and my dad’s name is Tim). My interests when I was younger was sports, because my uncles always played sports and for their baseball teams I was the bat boy. I went to Key West for my daycare and preschool. My first time ever walking was when I was about nine months old. My first word was ball because I was always at the baseball field watching my uncles.
I was born in the spring, April 13, 2000 in Selma, Alabama. Selma is a very little boring town, where everyone knows everyone. It offers very little activities to young children. Then one day, I found myself at a place named the Sportsplex. At the Sportplex I watched my brother play baseball and girls play softball. I was very influenced by the sport. I knew it was something I
About Me My name is Nathania Anderson, I was born in Panama City, Panama. To my parents Nilsia and Wilfredo Anderson. In total they have five children by the names of Nicky, Janelle, Chandelle Nathania, and Wilfredo Jr Anderson. I am proud to say that we are a part of the (Air Force) military family. Which has given us the oppurtiy to live in various places around the world such as Dubai, Japan, and Germany. When father got out of the military we got stationed in the wonderful Sumter South Carolina.
My name is Felegosh Amsalo, I was born in Ethiopia on June 4, 2001. We immigrated to Israel from Ethiopia in 2003, I was two years old. I have two younger brothers; one goes to daycare, and the other one is in the second grade. My mother works at a school, and my father doesn't work.
Born on April 4, 2003, I, Aurelia, have lived a pretty average life. I was raised in Mount Salem by my parents Hein and Mary. I have two siblings, Janessa and Emelia. On my free time, which is not very often, I go for bike rides, read and play games
Obeying the law, or rules is very important. There are many rules you need to follow. The law that I think is very important, is that children, and students have to go to school. It is a state law.
I was born in Cualcoman Michuacan Mexico, on May 30th, 1998. My parents brought me to the United States when I was 2 years old until I was 4 years old I was living in California but my dad came to Chelan Washington because we needed money and my dad found a job here. For one year to make enough money to make enough money to go for us and bring us to Chelan with him. When I turned 5 I stared going to preschool. I don’t know how it was like before I started going to school but im sure it was fun. My mom was the one that would take of me because she didn't work. My favorite toys were hot wheels. My friends are the same friends I have now today. What I was known at my house was a cry baby because I would cry if I didn't get a new hot wheel car
On October 5, 2004, in the middle evening, my mom gave birth to me! I was born in what is now called the USC Verdugo Hills Hospital in Glendale at 7:00 P.M. because of my beloved mother. Although I was born here in the United States, my parents both immigrated here from the small country of Bangladesh because they wanted to finish their college education. My family right now consists of my mother, my father, my older brother, and I.
When I was a kid, school for me was waking up early in the morning. I also have to study a lot in school, then after school I have to do homework. I remember my first day at school. My mom and dad, both were so happy and prepared but I was so nervous and cheerless. I didn’t like to wake up early in the morning for school , but as time flew by I started loving school which made me wake up with energy instead of tiredness. I began to enjoy the school as I made new friends and I got to know how it is like when you meet people out of your neighborhood. With my friends I had lunch together and study together. I started to understand what the purpose of the education system. Based on what I understood I think the purpose of education is really aimed at helping students get to the point where they can learn to be on their own. In this journey of education I had a lot of positive and few negative experiences,but the negative experiences also helped me growing. Positive experiences are my teachers helping me improve, and I improved more when I moved to the United States.