A student and an athlete, Lauren has demonstrated over the past three years a determination and true passion for learning in the classroom and on the field. As her counselor for the past three years, Lauren has been a stellar role model. True to herself and others, she is respected by both peers and staff alike. A leader in and out of the classroom, Lauren sticks to her morals and values and is committed to helping others.
While growing up Erica didn’t face many personal or family struggles. The worst struggle was losing their home. Erica was a rebel in middle school. Growing up in the 90’s wasn’t that easy. Skinny jeans were not invented yet so she just to wear rubber bands at the end of her jeans so they could look better with her Jordan’s. By rebel she meant she became more social and became more interested in boys. Wasn’t allowed to have boyfriends. Was very dedicated to softball. Softball kept her on track to keep her grades up. Her friends didn’t like her focusing on her goal of going to college. Is planning to get her masters at Ucla or Csun. She is the oldest of her siblings. She wants to become a teacher but her desire to teacher has nothing to do with her father being a teacher. When she got to college that’s when she faced some struggles she was in an abusive relationship everything
Jamie Waldo, one of South Windsor’s best and brightest, is making the most of her high school career. There are so many wonderful adjectives that come to mind when one thinks of Jamie: focused, responsible, hardworking, and caring are just a few. Frequently she is seen throughout the school actively involved. Jamie is not one to boast or brag about her accomplishments, but quietly relishes the success from her tireless effort. She is a friendly individual who is motivated and excited about what the future may hold. It is readily apparent that Jamie knows that we are all given but one life and she is determined to make the most of it.
Alana Bradley has been an exceptional student at Rocky River High School for the past four years. She has maintained a 3.75 grade average during this time. In addition to being on the Dean’s list, Alana is also a member of Rho Kappa Honor Society and the National Honor Society. This high level of academic performance also includes being accepted into the National Technical Honor Society and the Nation Society of High School Scholars. Alana is a very hard worker, and she possesses a unique ability to work well with others.
As a student, Kevin Louis is quite the typical kind of person somewhat can call a "nerd" or "geek". Currently a senior at Deerfield Beach High School in his last year of being in a public school, he still has a long way to go to hopefully do something great in his life and succeed at something good. Challenges from the past such as living in quite a harsh lifestyle with his family to make ends meet to sometimes not being able to eat between two to three days intervals, he tries his best to continue his education as a way to hopefully support his family in the end. With him being not so spolied in the past due to the limited amount of money his parents had to raise him, it quite help him be a bit discplined and be thankful of what he has. Though,
She is a born leader, and works excellently in groups and frequently pushes her groups to reach their goals. Furthermore, I have rarely seen a student more respectful to both teachers and her peers than Georgia. She is a very social person, and is both outgoing and funny. Georgia is also exceptionally creative. She is always pushing herself to look at challenges and assignments in a different way and it always pays off, especially when writing essays and in other written assignments, as she is an amazing writer. The characteristics that Georgia has demonstrated throughout her entire high school career have prepared her for the upcoming challenge of collegiate academics. I am certain she will approach these new opportunities with the same persistency and drive for excellence that she applies to all of her endeavors, especially as she challenges herself with the new learning experiences and community that are available in the college setting. To conclude, Georgia is an extraordinary student and person, and I recommend her to this school with my highest regards. Sincerely, Georgia Beckmann Head of College Counselling Prospect Hill Academy Charter School Collegiate
It is my delight to recommend Amanda Williams to your institution. For years I have watched Amanda flourish from the small middle schooler to the strong beautiful young woman she is today. When I first met her she was seemingly closed off but that’s not abnormal for a 12-year-old who has just left the life they know behind. Over the years I’ve gotten to know her to be a kind, intelligent, strong-willed young woman. Her mother often times would bring cakes or invite the neighbors over for dinner which helped me to glean more information about her life. I have seen her be extremely brave, comforting her mother over her father's Alzheimer's disease; and as I have learned of her family's struggles it became clear to me that this man had not offered
It is with great enthusiasm and pleasure that I recommend Sabrina to your institution. Sabrina is one of South Windsor’s most talented seniors who have left a great impression on me as well as many others in our school and community. She personifies moral character and values. A scholar, athlete and an asset to our school, Sabrina is a student that every teacher would love to have in class, every student would love to have as a friend, and every parent would be proud to call their daughter.
Katerina has a detailed-oriented personality that lends well to academics. In the classes I taught Katerina in High School she consistently produced high quality work in a timely fashion. She came to class prepared and knowledgeable in the topic of discussion and science laboratory classes for Biology, Chemistry and Marine Biology. Katerina was an A student and had the drive and excitement in sharing her understanding. One of my favorite qualities about Katya, concerning academics, is that she applies constructive criticism and instruction without concerns having to be addressed multiple times. Katerina's mature response to criticism allowed her to grow academically more rapidly than many of her peers. The ability to laugh at her mistakes,
It is my absolute joy to recommend Mary Crocker for a Teacher position. We have been fortunate enough to have some wonderful teachers working with us and Mary is that teacher. Mary has served our school, both as a language art and math teacher for over three years and has done an excellent job. As her coworker, I can attest for her seriousness to her employment and the particular contribution she has made to make the language arts department.
Kayla made slight progress with improving her social functioning, as the QP and Kayla reviewed tips for her be successful at her new school to ensure she does not regress in the new
In addition: Kayla’s trouble started about the seventh grade. Her attitude changed she started lying on a regular basis and twisting the truth to stir things up. Kayla is a sociopath. In high school things continued to spiral downhill. I had parents and teachers approaching me stating Kayla was smoking and hanging out the drug kids. One parent approached me in Walmart and she was not quiet about the issue. She would smell like smoke. I would find lighters in her possession. She would question me to why her teeth were getting yellow. I advised her to stop smoking. She denied
It is with great enthusiasm that I recommend Alexis Santerre. It has been my pleasure to know Alexis throughout her high school career. Her infectious smile and charming personality makes it a treat to be in her company. Although I find Alexis well above her age in maturity, she remembers to have fun, as a high school student should. She can always be counted on to get the job done and have it meet more than your expectations. She is very self-sufficient and is true to herself and her ethics. An individual and a true leader by example, she is not swayed by the masses, and feels compelled to not only live a moral life but to stand up for her beliefs. Teachers see her as a positive contributor in the classroom, and she is well liked and
January 2015, there was a girl who was living in a home filled with fighting causing the tension in the air to be so thick you could cut it with a knife. Being the ripe old age of 15, and being a pastor’s kid, this girl, having only ever known parents who lived together and experienced a seemingly happy life, quickly had to adjust to a life the exact opposite. This girl had to learn to live with her parents at two different addresses, her dad changing professions, not seeing her brother all the time, and hours upon hours of counseling. Within the past year or two, I have had to grow tremendously as a person. As a teenager, we are supposed to be confused with who we are and high school is the time that we are supposed to start finding ourselves,