Have we as a community done all we can for our youth, more specifically our high school kids? Have we tried everything we possibly can? It seems like the community as a whole have done what we can for our toddlers, our elementary, junior high, and even for those who find themselves in jail. But what about high school kids? There is limited if any at all programs to help adolescents find their way to adulthood. What if we think outside of the box and try something new? Using deprived dogs that don’t have a home; to help save our troubled adolescences, that way we can teach them responsibility, compassion and social skills. While at the same time finding the unwanted dogs a forever home.
We’ve all seen, and pitied, that poor mom walking down the aisle holding the hand of an uncooperative toddler while using her innate mom superpower to wrangle the squirming infant in her arms.
He explains why he is struggling to get good grades, and why the English test become a source of frustration for him. In addition, the writer poses many questions in the paragraphs wish mane the essay more effective and easy to understand.
“Ms.rosa, this is the eighth time your brother has gotten into a fight with mason and I just need to say that this can not be tolerated! Every fight, he has flipped tables, thrown chair and broken windows, the only thing is that your brother has not explained what exactly happened.”
Middle school is a weird time for everyone I am pretty sure. The three-year time period is filled with hormones, drama, and stinky boys who have yet to learn the wonders of deodorant. You find friends, lose friends, everyone begins to get their first phones, you start “dating”, and you gain a whole new taste of freedom that you never had before that first day. All is which to be expected, but the one thing you can not prepare an 11-year-old girl, who has lived in a tight perfect bubble her whole life, for is the death of someone close to you, someone you have looked up to for over half of your short life.
With the classic top-down, the kids are joking, passing the marijuana joints around and drowning their senses with beer, completely unconcerned that everyone can see them. To the people passing, it looks like a bunch of delinquent high school kids on drugs out looking for trouble. None of them the least bit concerned that at any given moment, a simple phone call to local law enforcement and their little party is over, and instead of heading to a festivity, accompanied to jail.
Have you served in a war? Has your father or mother served in a war? How about your grandpa? As we honor those who have served we typically do so by standing for the pledge of allegiance or star spangled banner. We say thank you to our war heroes or we go and visit them and listen to their stories. In this paper I will be discussing why NFL players should not be allowed to kneel for the flag. Although the NFL players have the right to peacefully protest, they should find a different way than kneeling as it shows disrespect towards the flag also active duty military and veterans, it teaches young children this behavior is okay, what they are protesting has nothing to do with the flag and there are many different ways to get their message out.
nce of my fellow classmates sit in daycare, bored to death. Students in middle school have the pleasure to have chromebooks, but it gets tiresome to just watch a screen all the time. Occasionally they are not allowed to use them at all. Elementary students don’t even have the privilege of Chromebooks. Plus, how utterly horrible is it to imagine how many hours that child is staring at a computer screen? Electronics are just as horrid as T.V. This is how I came to the idea that there should be after school clubs. Multiple students have siblings in musical theater, so they must wait until 5:30 or later until the sibling is done with their practice. It’s supremely tedious to sit and watch every excruciating second go by until their parents come to pick them up. Now, you may be thinking, “We have many things to do at daycare, such as the playground and the computer lab!” That may be true, but middle schoolers are never entertained by these childish things. After school clubs would be perfect for any child at daycare, young or old.
Do you think you're ready for the troubles of middle school? Well, Welcome to sixth grade. I’m here to guide you and help you through your next three years here so you survive the depths of middle school. This Essay will be teaching you how important it is to listen, learn, stay organized, and to be very social with everyone you surround yourself with. Be prepared for anything that comes your way spiritually and physically. Every teacher here wants to make your three years in middle school something to remember.
I am writing to you in hopes that I may persuade you to add ten extra points to my semester grade average. I strongly believe that my current semester grade should be increased by ten points, as I have worked extremely arduously to surpass where I am as shown from my progress on Parent Portal.
As you grow up, you really try to impress everyone around you. High school is pretty much the 4 years of Hell where you do your best to put up a front. I tried it, but near the end, I pretty much stopped caring what people thought because I realized that I don't really care. It was in that situation where I had an older brother who was really popular. Since I started hanging out with all of his friends instead of with people in my grade, I skipped a lot of stuff that I should've experienced.
Almost a year ago, there was a young boy by the name of Jose who caused a lot of commotion in my community. Jose was a student who attended a middle school right down the street from my high school. Although, Jose and I never met, we did have a few things in common. We both grew up in a low income community, we both walked home from school and we both had big dreams and aspirations. One day, as Jose was walking home from school he was brutally murdered. The person who assaulted Jose was looking to take his phone and money which he didn’t have, so instead he took his life.
Every Student gets a grade, but getting a grade for this course is not a matter but whatever the knowledge I have gained will be helpful for me anywhere. I will be satisfied with the grade whatever I get but I may improve my skills and keep the maximum effort in learning more and more. “This course offers me to improve my essay writing and grammatical skills.” I deserve to get a good grade on this course because of the hard work I have done in doing my essays on time and completing all my quizzes reviewing my grammar.
For example, using a leftover coffee can for loose nails or screws, or even washing and reusing a plastic zip-loc bag instead of throwing it in the garbage. Thrift shopping is a way of reusing someone else’s unwanted goods. As I spoke about in an earlier speech about thrifting, I included many locations and ways to thrift, also the benefits to the shopper and the donator. One place in particular was shopping at the local boys and girls club. I personally shop there, keeping my eyes open for a good deal. For example, the pair of jeans that I am wearing today was purchased from this store just a few months ago. I paid only $8.00 for this pair of Lucky Jeans and according to buckle.com, a retailer for lucky jeans the retail price is $99.00 that is a savings to me of $91.00.I am not the type to worry about name brands, but quality usually does cost more. If I can get a quality pair of jeans at a fraction on the price, I am glad to shop at the thrift store. I am thankful to the person that made the donation of the lucky jeans and they can benefit from that donation. According to the IRS webpage, IRS. Gov it explains that an individual can donate items like clothing, household furniture and furnishings, a car or boat, even taxidermy. The donations are appraised, by the donator, and recorded. At the time of filing taxes if the donation equals at least $500 for the year, the donator may take advantage of the