Coming into eighth grade can be exciting, scary and stressful at times you just need to learn how to deal with it. During this year you will meet some very nice teachers that will ask a lot out of you and push you to your limits for later on in life. This is also a good year to learn who your true friends are and find new ones.This year will also test your ability to get along and listen clearly to teachers and peers, because they all may have something that can lift you up and make your load easier. I will be giving you some tips about some teachers and the work ethic needed to survive junior high. I will also give you some tips to not so overwhelmed.
There are 5 teachers Mr. Holland, Mrs. Johnson, and Mrs. Ketcherside they are the best six grade teachers ever there is nothing to be afraid about!
Chisholm middle school has been the best school so far. I've got so many new friends that I can't keep up with everyone. The only bad thing about, it is that I have to see my cousins all day. They always try to embarrass me, but sometimes I can get away without them knowing. There are a lot of people here who support me, like Mrs. Reed our counselor at Chisholm. She helps me solve my problems, and we get to have really good conversations that we some times forget what the real problem is. There are other people who support me, but I like Mrs. Reeds help the best.
Chisholm, one of the best middle schools that I went to. Chisholm teaches seventh and eighth grade students. In seventh grade you get to have iPads for a whole school year. In eighth grade you get laptops for a whole school year. At Chisholm, you get to choose electives for full years or semesters. An elective is like PE, music, art, ect.
I’m proud to be a Summit Charter Collegiate Academy, SCCA, bear. When I first enrolled at SCCA as a freshman, the school was nothing but a small, dull institution that focused on academics and nothing else. There were no sports teams, clubs, or school activities. The public viewed the school as a failure and assumed that it was no place for students to grow and experience what high school is like, but SCCA is nothing like the things people say it is. It may be different from the rest of the high schools in Porterville, California, but SCCA is very unique and is genuinely determined to prepare students for the real world. I aspired to do all that I could to make SCCA a better high school, so I joined my school's leadership team, also known as ASB, during my freshman year. Since the moment I joined ASB, I fell in love with the purpose of the organization. I loved to help out the school, and I loved planning events and activities that helped create a better high school experience for all of the students.
comprehensive initiative to evaluate student learning across the college with respect to particular goals and outcomes that we value and desire for our students..”(“PCC” 1). “All programs at Pueblo Community College emphasize experiences that promote learning..” (“PCC” 1). Moreover, Pueblo Community College has great opportunities for achieving all of your goals. Goals are very important in the college life, and could be everything for your future and the best place for them to be set is at PCC.
Mr. Wray was the first teacher and the only male teacher I observed. The class was a 7th grade Social Studies academy class. Throughout the observation I noticed he really cares about his students. He took his time going over the topic of discussion, and when some of the students couldn’t catch on he stopped to help the individuals. His class was very well behaved. The only time I really noticed any of the students socializing were when Mr. Wray put them in groups to complete a study guide. The second teacher I observed was 6th grade teacher Mrs. Dunn. She was teaching English to her students. She went over verb phrases and helping verbs throughout the class. I noticed whenever she asked questions quite a few of the students participated by answering. Mrs. Dunn had a positive attitude throughout the class period. I felt she truly enjoyed all her students and treated them the same. Even when some of the students didn’t answer questions correctly she didn’t make them feel dumb. She would just tell them good try. I could tell her students really liked her as a teacher also. The last teacher I observed at Westside Junior High was 7th grade Science teacher Mrs. Dugas. This lady came off as a very strict teacher compared to the other two I had observed. Her students were very talkative, which only made her become more annoyed when having to fuss at them. At the beginning of class the students had a bell ringer to complete. On the particular day I went the bell ringer
Activities: Boys Varsity Soccer (9-12), Varsity Golf (7-12), Boys Varsity Basketball (9-12), Boys Varsity Baseball (9-12), Student Senate (11-12 Vice President), Tech Club 10-12, Safety Squad (11-12), Scitamard (6-7, 9-11), Chorus (6-10), Band (8,9)
Unit Profiles for Student Services, Administrative Services, Institutional Advancement and Development, Human Resources, and Athletics. This document, 191 pages in length, specifies the vision, mission, commitments, governance, personnel, assessment of effectiveness, resources, strengths, and development plans of all departments within the administrative divisions of the school (Unit Profiles,
The College is charged to provide high quality education at a reasonable cost to meet the post-secondary educational needs of the citizens of Washington County and the surrounding region. The College believes in and teaches the ideals and values of cultural diversity and a democratic way of life and seeks to cultivate in its students critical and independent thought, openness to new ideas, a sense of self-direction, moral sensitivity, and the value of continuing education. (Mission & Vision)”
Is there an in school club, sport or class you enjoy? Schools offer clubs such as student council association (SCA), yearbook and drama clubs. They also offer sports/activities like track, cross-country and cheer. They even offer writing, theatre and French classes. One club that students enjoy is SCA.
Under the direction of the President of Cuyahoga Community College, a strategic focus has been placed on inclusive excellence. Tri-C is committed
The mission at Zebulon B. Vance High School “is to graduate young adults who are self-directed, intellectually engaged citizens ready for college, career, and life.” Furthermore, it is a communal belief that “all students can learn and achieve at a high level; that an open channel of communication among faculty; students and parents is vital to cultivating student respect, responsibility, and independence; a commitment from all stakeholders creates a safe and nurturing environment through academic performance, extracurricular activities, involvement, positive behavior, and respect for diversity; a secure and supportive climate fosters school pride and citizenship; high academic standards motivate students to realize their highest potentials; cross-curricular instruction and utilization of technology will prepare students for future challenges in work and in life; providing teachers and staff with resources and professional development opportunities promote individual and instructional growth; support from local businesses, universities, and community organizations help students develop life skills and decorum necessary for success in a diverse” world.
Extracurricular and co-curricular activities are encouraged at MKHS for the leadership and teamwork skills participation develops in pupils. Those who wish to take part must meet with the academic, attendance, and conduct standards required by MKHS. For those who comply, an array of clubs and organizations are open for enrollment. Some of these include National Honor Society, Student Council, Computer Club, Ecology Club, and Teen Leadership Council. Some of the co-curricular competitive academic teams include Forensics/Debate Team, Academic Decathlon, and Mathematics
All of the teachers are confident in the content they are teaching and always have an answer for the questions the children have. The kids seem to be absorbing the information being taught and get their work done in an appropriate time frame. The head teacher walks around and asks questions that seek out different levels of answering, ensure the students are on task with their work and