I totally agree with you Jacob that we could have handled the situation a lot better than what we did. However, the land was theirs at first the right thing to do is to allow them to keep their land and make fair trades with them for their land instead. Only then if the Indians do not come to an agreement about the land. We should federal troops step in and attempt to persuade them into trading the land for basic life
Dear Chris, please excuse Truong Phan from work on Sunday he came in with a normal case of foodborne illness or food poisoning. I recommend him to rest and hydrate as much as he can and begin to eat bland food such as rice, banana and toast as it help with the recoveries. The body should resolve the virus within a few days if not he will be coming back for another check up.
Good to hear all is well with you. If by any chance that you got a letter regarding your health coverage, please scan and send to me. I know you are covered under your father's plan, but I don't know if the insurance will send you a letter regarding that. The accountant may request the copy of that.
Despite that the transfer and non-traditional students aren’t traditional students, they are in fact new and might not know every building. It would be my job to help them get situated. I will treat them like any other freshman student and provide my full attention to their needs. A transfer student may have transferred from another school in the country and being there for them will make the transition will be easier. They are different from traditional freshman even if they are first year students, they might’ve know their old campus perfectly well, but it would be my responsibility to make sure they can remember our campus as well. All campus aren’t the same, so I would personal show the transfer student around and make sure they know when
If they move and have to go to a new school, make new friends ect. As a parent or teacher you can comfort them and let them get used to where they are and not feel nervous or scared about being somewhere new and unfamiliar and help them to make friends, by asking them to join in activities, join an after school club or an out of school club where they will meet new people and get to know
I believe that I embody the National Honor Society pillars of character and leadership both inside and outside of school. I exhibit strong character in the way that I treat my friends, classmates, and acquaintances with respect and kindness. I try to be inclusive and welcoming to others, especially if they are in a situation that is uncomfortable for them. As someone who has attended my school for 11 years, I feel a responsibility to include students who are new to the school. I have a few friends who transferred schools in middle and high school. During their transitions, I have tried to include them in my friend group, invite them to school activities, and generally make them feel comfortable at their new school. In this way, I demonstrate
I'm emailing you on behalf of the Voyager Team. We understand that Seth is diagnosed with ADD and taking medications at home, but we are concerned as a term with his behavior in class and in the hall. We are hoping that you can help us by talking to Seth about his behavior.
The GAO received a voicemail from Charles Delarue this morning. The GAO is aware that Mr. Delarue has had multiple contacts in both Clackamas and Multnomah county trying to access services, however I am reaching out to you as it appears he is in the Clackamas area. In his voicemail, he informed us that phone will be shut off tomorrow night, 11/24/17, as he does not have money to pay for his phone bill. Mr. Delarue, states that without his phone, and access to services he will die.
Once they have had the chance to run their program in a school they can then make improvements and even expand to other schools in the area. Schools also benefit as the children are gaining experience which they might have not previously been exposed to had there been no local groups integrated into the school. Schools need more support than what they get from the Government as although they provide children with education funding for activities and trips out of school can be found difficult. Local groups made up of parents and residents of the neighbourhood can work together to help the schools in the local area. Forming a group of parents to help in their local school can benefit the school in many different ways as ideas and advice from parents, from different backgrounds, may help the experience of children with new clubs. Local groups of volunteers can benefit schools by helping with events and trips where adult supervision is required. This benefits school children as it allows them to participate in the events and to be around adults that they can look up to. As well as schools being involved in more events and activities they can also benefit from the help of local groups by bringing the community and school together and by gaining
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I am excited about the offer you extended on October 17, 2017, and look forward to accepting it. I feel confident I will make a significant contribution to the growth and standard of care of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center over the short and long term. The terms you have described in the offer are acceptable, with one minor change.
To begin this letter, I would like to thank you for donating prayer and money to support Diamond Willow Ministries. You were very much a huge part of my recent trip there, as well as the boys camp that took place through the ministry.
I hope this message finds you well. I'd like to begin this letter off topic and take the opportunity to thank you for your efforts in health care reform. The greatest nation this world has ever known has an embarrassing health care system. It's a personal desire to see that no one's life is put in jeopardy due to financial means. My effort in contacting you today is in regards to something I fear desperately as I watch it unfold. It's a touchy subject that I personally do not like to debate or discuss with others. The last thing I ever want is to be considered an advocate of a policy or practice that ultimately would be discriminatory to another group of citizens. But unfortunately, I cannot agree with the new idea of integrating women into