Family: Gabriel is 12 year old Hispanic male who lives in Fords NJ with DCP&P resource parent Mr. Ronny Chirichello and two foster siblings. Gabriel has been in Mr. Chirichello home for the past 19 months. Gabriel has adjusted well to Mr. Chirichello home. Mr. Chirichello holds Gabriel accountable for his acting out behaviors in school and give him appropriate consequences (i.e. taking away his cell phone, no TV, games system or outside time, etc). Gabriel responds well to Mr. Chirichello directives and house rules. Gabriel continues to have ongoing difficulties with emotional boundaries with his bio-mom. Gabriel and his sister does not have the best sibling relationship. Gabriel mention to Mr. Chirichello that before his brother passed away he and his sister was close but sine their brother’s death they do not get along.
It was an early Christmas morning, I could smell the sugar cookie smell making its way through my house. I could only think of one person that could make this happen, my Abuelita. “Grandma” I shout from my room as she was in the kitchen. I wanted cookies so bad before opening our presents. But we wait for my dad to come from his house before opening presents.
First of all I don’t really know much about Dr. Seuss. All I know is that he is a famous book writer that died years ago. I read If I Ran the zoo in the 1st grade so I forgot about it. That was the only book I have read out of Dr. Seuss. My dad didn’t really like him but I never knew why but I will ask my mom why he didn’t like him and so that is all I know of Dr.
There are various teachers in the novel, A Lesson Before Dying by Ernest J. Gaines. Grant and Vivian are both caring teachers. Grant is a teacher that likes to fight for his students and communicate with them. Vivian is a person of quality that teaches by example and makes sacrifices for her students. Matthew Antoine does not care about his students. He encourages them to run away while they can. Grant, Vivian, and Matthew Antoine are all teachers that left a significant impact on their students.
Socrates is given one chance to defend himself before the jurors and avoid death or, worse to him, prison. One would expect Socrates to use this opportunity to convince the Athenian men of his innocence, so that he may live out his days as a free man, yet in his Apologia (defense speech), he decides instead to prioritize something before his life. Because of his inclination to better the populace, which he supposes will improve the city as a whole, Socrates, during the defense speech, attempts to enlighten the men before him and to reveal to them the true nature of things, with somewhat of a disregard for how the jurors will digest his words and cast their vote. He feels that he plays an important role in promoting intelligent thought
Connie felt not worthy of her mother, she felt she was less than her sister, yet she knew she was better than her sister June. Connie’s mother spoke about June so positive and so negatively about Connie, still, Connie knew she was prettier and better than June. Connie needed the reassurance even if it was from herself. “She was locked inside it the way she was locked inside this house.” Additionally, Connie feels locked inside herself, she is locked in her comfort zone, where it was fun and games. Connie soon realizing that this Friend guy is no fun but scary games. She wanted to stay at home where that other guy treated her, where she knew she was better than June, where her mother and father could help her. Now, there was no help no light in the day time, all she saw was darkness and evil in Friend’s eyes.
I apologize for the late response, it's been a little hectic with finals but thank you for sending me the summaries on your research! It sounds fascinating, I'm particularly interested at the research looking at the biogeography of nitrifying bacteria across Oregon and studies in agriculture. Over the past three years of performing research, I've enjoyed not only working in a laboratory setting but performing field research. It's an aspect I hope to explore further in the future.
I do hope you are well and making your way through the chaos that is life!! Whew! It’s a bit intense out there, huh? Don’t forget the Records are a safe and sacred space where you can find all the peace and calm that you desire!!
It was nice to get to know Russ both personally and spiritually. He is an exemplary student of our Lord, living by His sword. His love for God and following of Jesus Christ was truly evident in his preaching. It was clear that he is guided by the Holy Spirit. Russ's prayers were heartfelt and sincere. There is no question that he was truly called by God to spread His word and do His work, both in our church and throughout the community. He is committed to using himself as a catapult, spreading the word of God far and wide. As he listened to the Joys and Concerns of the church, he repeated them to the congregation and added them to his prayers, which everyone appreciated.
Hello my name is charles monroe sheldon and I was born on february 26,1857, at wellsville, new york. My father was a minister,and because of it my family and I moved frequently until, in 1869,where we stayed in a frontier tract and lived in a log cabin in the Dakota territory for several years.I went to school at phillips academy, brown university, and andover theological seminary, I completed my theological degree in 1886. then I became a pastor in a congregational church at waterbury, vermont, but I only stayed two years since I desired a new church that I could help direct from the beginning. A visitor from kansas introduced me to his granddaughter Mary Abby Merriam, and encouraged me to come to topeka. The central congregational church
For some reason or another certain students are drawn to particular teachers while other students are more fond of others. In my life I have studied under three memorable teachers. Teachers with which I was able to connect, to laugh, to share my misgivings. While I may have been close with each of these teachers, it is very clear, in retrospect, that each was very unique, and represented an entirely different class of teacher.