I am writing this letter to you concerning a very critical problem that troubles James River High School. I am conversing on the wealth gap in James River.
Beth Walton and I were able to interview Jeff Waldron the Principal at Newton High School. When asked the question "What is the relationship between the building budget to the district budget?" Mr. Waldron's response was "Directly Proportional. Newton Public Schools are made up of three buildings.
Gulf Shores Middle School- On October, 22, 2015, the eighth grade students were taken, as a field trip, to Playhouse in the Park, to go and watch plays of Edgar Allan Poe poems for the mystery and suspense unit. The students were taken to see The Tell-Tale Heart, Ligeia, The System of Dr. Tarr and Professor Fether, The Cask of Amontillado performed by the kind people at Playhouse at the Park. They did this because they’re in the mystery and suspense unit, and they have been reading Edgar Allan Poe works, such as The Tell-Tell Heart. After the plays the students were expected to create think and answer questions about what differences were in the plays, and the original pieces of writing.
Greetings! As a rising 8th grade student at Sun Valley Middle School in Indian Trail, I would like to describe the problems I have continued to view within the school system and provide ideas on how to fix them. First, I feel the curriculum should be altered.One could observe that a rife of the knowledge we learn in school will either be forgotten entirely later in our lives, must be relearned as a result of how long ago it was taught, or most commonly, the knowledge rattles around in our heads and lacks use.Take for example, the formula for calculating electric current. The vast majority people will not find themselves needing to calculate the wattage of an electrical appliance unless they are an engineer or electrician. Even if you were to have a job in either of those positions, you certainly would not be
Are you an occupied professional looking to boost your educational portfolio? Are you devoted housewife that wants to get back to school after years of putting it off? Is transportation an concern for you in following your dreams? The answer is…..online. We, here at ‘Forest Trail Academy’, want to
What to change at Crown Point High School to make the school more fun? Crown Point should change how the teachers teach. Crown Point High School should have a more interactive learning system. The students at Crown Point High School relies on the classes to decide what they want to be after high school. The school should let their student go on field trips, for example, the biomedical students should go to Franciscan Alliance to see a real doctor and see how things work. By letting students go on these types of education field trip they will be able to learn hands on about what they want to be, instead of getting the information about a job off line
Demographics: Dingess Elementary School is a Pre-K through fourth grade school with one hundred seventy-five students currently enrolled. We currently house one preschool special needs classroom and one Head Start classroom, two kindergarten classrooms, one first grade classroom, one first second grade split classroom, one second grade classroom, two third
Mount Desert Island High School (MDIHS), maintains a rigorous academic setting, providing students with high quality instruction through courses centered around their needs. Located on the northern coast of Maine, MDIHS serves families from five surrounding mainland and four outer island communities (MDIHS, 2016, p.1). The students possess a rich collection of backgrounds and socio-economic statuses, however, the 70 faculty members and 20 support staff work tirelessly to prepare each of them for their unique future (MDIHS, 2016, p.1). This strategic technology plan will explore how the online learning platform Moodle could be integrated over a two year period to provide students with greater curricular flexibility. This technology will allow
Timberlane Middle School is located in the town of Pennington, New Jersey. It is one of six school in the Hopewell Valley Regional school district and is the only middle school. The school district is highly supportive of the arts and funds many extra curricular music programs such as marching band, winter colorguard, indoor percussion, and jazz band. The school directly located across from the Central High School, allowing for both schools to collaborate in multiple projects. For example, many 8th grade middle school students are allowed to join the extra curricular music programs offered at the high school. In addition, this allows me and my cooperating teacher to travel during the day from the high school, where my main student teaching
1. What was the purpose of the meeting? The agenda of the meeting was to review, and accept or deny the treasurers report, discussing the facility updates, off-contract physical 2018 wages, superintendents report, Act 46, and finally the principal’s report on Pownal Elementary school under the direction of the Southwestern Vermont Supervisory Union (SVSU). THE SVSU covers seven different schools; one high school, one middle school, and five elementary schools that are spread out rurally in the southwestern part of Vermont.
2. Symbols like the mascot or the name of the school is important because it represents a foundation for the kids in learning. Everyone always wants to represent their school with pride and with having a school mascot makes the students want to be a part of something special.
What do i think would make the school district of woodland park high school better for the students and teachers, I believe that we need more options in our classes, some students get bored with the lack of classes and i think some of our more, athletic students, More educated students, some of our less educated students, some of our more educated students, and some of our more ambitious students should be able to move forward with ease through their high school and college years.
The Hempfield Area School District has board policy – number 215, which outlines attendance and disciplinary issues. The district also publishes a handbook that outlines those attendance and disciplinary items in detail. However, other than a mention of a successful student needs to be in school there seems to be no school related policies or publications that directly tie attendance to grades.
To approach finding a solution to the problem in Belmont High School, an evaluation took place through standard crime analysis by reviewing all service calls and reported crimes made to and around the school, analysing it in a geographical perspective. An intuitive analysis was also conducted with the patrol officers collecting further background information to the core of the problem and key incidents. Due to the unsustainability to operate through traditional methods of policing, stakeholders had to evaluate possible methods that did not affect diminished resources that the school possessed. With this, Belmont High School’s primary project goal was to ultimately reduce crime and disorder in and around the school. This developed a hypothesis
For the success of Broken Arrow High School, Broken Arrow High School should offer more advanced classes and classes on campus so more students can participate school education. BAHS currently only has two college classes on campus and we are going to lose more advanced classes next year on campus.