Last year, at Kingsland High School’s Graduation Ceremony, Josie Hinze not only receiveed her High School Diploma, but also her Associates of Arts Degree before even attending any college or university. Fast-forward to one year later, and seven Kingsland students will be graduating high school with both their High School Diploma and AA Degree thanks to the collaboration of Riverland Community College and Kingsland High School for allowing high school students to take college-level courses in high school and receive college credit for them. Not only that, but there are several others who will be graduating Kingsland High School with transferrable college credit so their first few semesters might
I find Brigham Young University most appealing because of its affordability, and the ability to live in a comfortable atmosphere where I will not meet the same constant challenges of my religious beliefs that I have had to face in high school. I want to be able to enjoy my college experience without having to deal with the social pressures of drinking, sexual immorality and drugs that are often tied with the college freshman experience. The environment at BYU will allow me to really focus on my
Devin McCraney and Sharika Allison were the District Finance officers and Controllers for the BISD school district. They were caught for committing fraudulent and illegal activities from 2010 to 2014. This started after Devin was promoted as the Director of Finance and Allison was promoted to Controller as she worked directly under him. In 2012, they took advantage of fraudulent behavior because they had access to all of the finances in balancing checks and wiring transfers.
I would enjoy attending Brigham Young University in Provo. I want to attend in Provo because I have grown up here my whole life. I love Provo and enjoy the spiritual environment. My family also lives in Provo which would make it convenient when I am returning from my mission to help me get right into college while I'm finding work and housing. I have participated in many different activities on Brigham Young University campus, it would be easy to get around on with the knowledge I have which would allow me to focus on schooling. Brigham Young University also has a good program for what I want to study. The school environment is also very religiously centered. This would help me come closer to Christ through my daily schooling as well as my
MSTT met with Jamiles to assess how the school is going. Jamiles expressed to MSTT things at school are going well and that she has not been assaulted by her sister. Last week, Jamiles sister stated she going to assault her due to an incident which happened during their visit with Bio dad. Jamiles stated she spoke to her CYS caseworker about switching schools because she attends school with the fear of her sister coming up behind her and hitting her. CYS caseworker reaches out to MSTT and MSTT explained to the caseworker Jamiles concerns seem valid. CYS worker explained to MSTT she will start the process of looking into changing Jamiles school because of her safety. MSTT will follow up with CYS worker with the process of changing Jamiles school.
and populations of greater Tucson. This school started as a small community school and as word spread
Thank you for your call this morning. I have attached the matrix on the CFSD Schools' Newsletters different methods of distribution/publicizing their respective newsletters for your information. I worked with the site support staff over the summer to ensure the the method communication with which the board would be receiving the site newsletters. I will follow up with each site to make sure that they are including the board in their distribution.
Thirty–nine members of Mrs. Penny Oss’ morning English classes at McAlester High School recently traveled to Tulsa to tour Tulsa Community College—SE campus. TCC is one of the best values among Oklahoma’s state–supported colleges and universities. TCC has four campuses in Tulsa. McAlester GEAR UP students toured the Southeast campus, encircling a landscaped green space and campus ponds. There are nine buildings on the TCC–SE campus. What makes the campus unique is that the buildings are connected by a series of sky bridges seamlessly tying the campus together.
LAUSD is the second largest public school district in the United States. One of their core beliefs includes equity. Equity means the quality of being fair and impartial. However, although one of their core belief is equity, they still show some actions that lead to inequality. An example of this is dividing the students whether they belong to high income or low income families. They give incentives for students who belong to the low-income group. Although LAUSD officials think that low income students should receive reduced expenses, high-income students and students who belong in the mid group should also receive this incentive. Proposition 987 says that LAUSD students should have the same treatment for middle class students and high income
I performed my field experience at Chiefland Elementary. Chiefland is a very small town with the population of six thousand. There are over eight hundred students enrolled at Chiefland Elementary. There are fifty-two instructional staff members and two administers. In those fifty-two staff members, there is one African American teacher and one male teacher; the rest are women. This is a white dominate school. In the school there is 73% Caucasian students, 17% African American students, and 4% Hispanic students. There is only 3% of students that are ESOL and 5% are Gifted and Talented. This semester we learned that in small areas and with low income schools, there are more Hispanics and African American people. In this case, Chiefland Elementary
To determinate if the personnel director at East High School is in trouble for these lawsuit is important to consider the two sides and see if the laws that protects minorities are valid for this case or the arguments from Tory Bolton are valid in the case.
This paper analyzes the case study of Valley Community College (VCC), which is one of the oldest community colleges in the nation. Since its inception in 1910, it has grown and expanded to over 25,000 students, and a faculty of 1,500. The largest student population consists of 38% Latino, followed by Whites, Asian Americans, African Americans, and Native Americans. The College is now operating at maximum capacity and has a waiting list for each location. In order to meet the growing demands of the community, temporary classrooms have been setup in a large portable trailer. Due to the financial pressures of the institution, a new building is currently not an option. In addition, many of the faculty members and administrators are expected to retire, which is affecting faculty and staff workloads as well as tension of program accreditations. These concerns are impacting the entire campus morale.
Dale Cassens School is a uniquely diverse school located in South Florida. Dale Cassens School caters to elementary, middle and high school students. The school is unique in the fact that it is the only school in the county that serves students with behavior problems, physical and intellectual disabilities as well as students with Autism. It is also an alternative school for those students who are at risk of dropping out of school. The school has 550 students and 75 staff members. The area that the school is in is a low income area and most of the students receive free and reduced lunch. Dale Cassens is a Title 1 School.
NexTech High School is a public blended learning institution that services the greater Lansing area. We provide an alternative environment for our students to flourish and grow academically while providing more individualized support than can be provided at a typical public school. Our students attend classes for four hours a day, four days a week and are expected to complete coursework both at school and at home. Our schedule accommodates students who must work during school hours to help support their family, those who have faced issues at their previous public institution, and those who wish to work at an accelerated pace. Our mission is to provide the most nourishing environment for our students to realize academic success.
Coastline Community College is not a large college and there were a lot of subjects that were not offered. Although I wanted to take on-line courses of other college in Korea after graduation, all the corresponding courses were in-class courses and I would not take them. In addition, I wanted to take the prerequisite courses through UC Online, the corresponding prerequisite courses were not available and I could not take them.