Aspen Falls Aspen Falls is a small town with several athletic opportunities available to the public. They extend various facilities to its residents which range from a Recreation Center to its own Soccer Field as well as a local pool and a lake. The spreadsheet below shows the different facilities
Take a cursory glance in almost any elementary school classroom and you are bound to find some version of the color coded behavior chart. Whether it be a stop light with clothespins, a colored card bulletin board, or any other variation; this method of classroom behavior management is exceedingly popular
• In the film My Own Private Idaho by Gus Van Sant’s the movie has the power to transform one’s political sensibilities by looking over the model that is being shown in the film in the personal identity and the using factor of
On April 4, 2017 at approximately 2:32 A.M. I, Deputy Hill was informed by dispatch of a possible over dose at the Trails Inn Motel.
Brody York’s life was a living hell before he came to Pine Falls a year ago. After suffering years of abuse by wolf shifters, he found respect, friendship and love when he came to Pine Falls as a favor to his old friend Aiden St John.
Name of public land visited – I visited Clifty Falls State Park located in Madison, Indiana. Agency that manages the area – Clifty Falls State Park is managed by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Terrain -- Clifty Falls sits on approximately 1,400 acres of land in Madison, Indiana. The terrain of
Heterotopias and Queer Spaces in “My Own Private Idaho” My Own Private Idaho, a 1991 film directed by Gus Van Sant, plays on themes of both Scott Favor (Keanu Reeves) and Mike Waters (River Phoenix) finding community, their own “space” in the homosocial scene of gay hustlers. Reaching past the homosocial aspects of hustling, Van Sant also constructs ideas of heterotopias in Mike’s narcoleptic visions where Mike finally finds his own space and clarity within his own consciousness, his own “private Idaho.”
Lewis Central has a system called PBIS which means Positive Behavioral Intervention Supports, And we use this system at our school for getting caught by our teachers doing positive things such as being Respectful, Responsibility and Initiative. And when we get caught doing those things we get cards called PBIS cards and once you get a certain amount of cards you get anything you want on the PBIS chart like homecoming tickets, blankets, Chromebook cases, etc.
I haven’t seen many beautiful things, especially recently. Maybe it’s because crawford county can be described as nice, but definitely not beautiful. It’s fall though, the leaves are changing and things are beautiful, but not as beautiful as the Smoky Mountains, because that’s what this is about. This is about my vacation I took to the Smoky Mountains with my grandparents, uncle, and immediate family. It was, if not the greatest, one of the greatest vacations I ever took.
Despite being surrounded by beauty and the amazing scent of my lotion, the trail in the Amicalola Fall was a good idea ,but there where some down sides to this trip. It all started like this we woke up early got dressed and put on my favorite smelling lotion . We started walking on the trail it was so beautiful but the insects where everywhere the worst ones where mosquito and gnats it was infuriating, then I remembered it was my scented lotion. I saw one try and land on me but I slapped it before getting bit and that signaled them, there where insects attacking me from left and right I was helpless the only thing I could do was to scream and I did
Dizzy felt the heat rolling off of Fallen, and despite it being nothing but a dream she welcomed it. Her hands brushed over the back of his shoulders as he tried to catch up with what was happening. She was sure he didn't realize it was a dream just yet, and part of her wondered if she should even tell him. Then again she had wondered about his dreams once before tonight, but that didn't mean it would click with him now.
Long, long is the trail to Cold Mountain high. Hush, hush, the banks of the brook provide. Chirp, chirp, oft the birds come to utter their cry. Lonely, lonely, souls come not to abide. Whir, whir, all over my face, the winds blow. Thick, thick, upon me, the snow is falling. Dawn by
We were graduating soon. Newly leaf-covered trees dominated the scenery of every block in town. The sun shone brightly, later and later, curing the cabin fever of every student in town. We needed one last event to bring our high school career to an end. Cody devised a plan: a river float trip on the Smokey Hill. He would handle all the planning, he said, all we needed to do was get ahold of our own floatation devices and meet him at the starting point. We all arrived on a deserted country road, next to a concrete bridge overhanging the flowing, muddy river. The Smokey Hill, however, is a river in name only, resembling a mere shallow creek when compared to the Missouri or Kansas rivers. Nonetheless, we were more interested in the calm, spring day
Hey Cori, Something that has been really working for my students is a check mark system. Each week students get a behavior chart but in their reading log where they see is daily and so do the parents. There are four categories that students get get a check mark on (staying on task, being respectful, finishing work independently and being disruptive). At the end of each day we give students who were one or all of the four categories a check mark for bad behavior. But throughout the whole day we say that is a warning for a check mark and for most students is really helps them correct their behavior. Having no check marks at the end of the week allows students to pick from the prize box and students are really excited about that.
5, 4, 3, 2, 1. The moment begins and I forget the frigid temperatures that were causing me slight discomfort earlier as adrenaline pumps through my shivering body. Not only was I shivering from the cold because it was a State meet, but also the fear that crept over me as many racers had fallen on this challenging course. Our top skier had already been injured on this course minutes prior, which only left me feeling more questionable if I could successfully complete states this year. I kept thinking focus, focus on the gates ahead that’s what matters. But, my mind drifted to flashbacks of me priding about never being afraid while skiing. Before this I never really had been and that was saying something after conquering extremely difficult