I am a dedicated and conscientious student in class, and a key member in many extra-curricular activities. As a keen musician, playing violin, trombone and piano, I contribute to a number of musical ensembles in school and played an integral part in the organisation of our school’s summer concert. I am also a member of several local youth orchestras and bands, with whom I have toured abroad many times, most recently to Italy, France and Belgium.
My Middle School Writing Career I feel like my middle school writing career has improved with every writing project I have completed. As a writer I have changed over the years and have used many different tactiques in my essays. I have had strength in the ability to connect my idea
I love music and I have dedicated a lot of my time to what I love. I have been in the Children’s Chorus of Crane (CCC), played piano, and been in the Clarkson Golden Knotes a cappella group. From all of these musical experiences, I learned to become a better musician. I learned that the benefit of producing music outweighs the time and dedication I must put into it. I have experienced the satisfaction of performing music for other’s enjoyment. These are talents I will be able to take with me forever.
My middle school writing career was a long and lengthy process with a bunch of struggles. I started writing in elementary school but did not really get into it until 8th Grade. When I really started to enjoy it I developed my writing style. Some of my
Well in seventh grade was a little hectic for me but I got through it. Emily hadn't moved yet. I mostly hung out with Mikayla, Emily, and who ever stood by the library. I didn't really get the hang out high school til around ninth grade. I don't really even remember most of my classes before ninth grade. I remember sitting by the library in any weather unless the teachers made us go inside the building. Our whole group stood there, there was some I hadn't really talked to yet but I soon became friends with everyone over there. Most of the people I met when I first came to Junior high are now graduated. Ninth grade started Emily had moved. I still hung out with Mikayla though. Then my brother introduced me to this girl named Brianna we hung
Seventh grade sucked. Back when I was in the Junior High, I had to move schools from sixth to seventh grade. I started sixth grade in a private school, but near the end my parents decided it was to time to go to a public school. I entered the Junior high for my seventh grade, which is where my story begins. It was the first day of seventh grade and I was very nervous. For one thing, rumours of excessive bullying and harassment plagued the school according to those who went to my old private school. I was ready for anything. I had received all of my materials including notebooks, binders, and pencils and I brought them in two nice plastic bags as I walked into the school where I would spend the next two years of my school life.
For four years I did Model United Nations, representing a new country each year, as well as played Golf, where I was able to be on both the JV and Varsity team. While in high school I was heavily involved in music. As a part of the high school marching band, I was chosen to be the Low Brass section leader during my Junior year and again in my Senior year. Also in high school, I was a member of the pep band for four years and later I was a part of the jazz band too as an upperclassman. I still am a part of music at the University of North Dakota. At UND I am a member of the marching band, which performs at home football games, a member of the volleyball and hockey pep band, and recently I joined the pep band that performs at women’s and men’s basketball
I got here at sixth grade late so seventh grade was a full year of Rudyard for me.Almost all my friends were bad influence they would smoke and go do bad things. I was starting to be apart of that group. My main friends in 7th and 9th grade were
Have you ever wanted to do something very bad? So you done it anyway? It was between my 8th grade and my freshman year. I made a horrible mistake, but I learned something really valuable. I wish I never did what I did, but if I didn’t do it. I wouldn’t of learned the lesson I did. I lied to my parents.
I was at a Denny’s eating peanut butter pancakes when I decided what I wanted to do as a career. Basically my whole life in middle school was a galore of trips to museums and science centers that my parents put together. One specific time we went to the California Science Center where they house an old retired space shuttle used in the late 90’s and early 2000s, The Endeavor. When you enter this exhibit you see this vast piece of machinery that has been to space and then back on earth about 300 times. From then on, space was among my many interests that I had as a kid in middle school. It was such a life changing experience for me when that shuttle glistened in my eye.
Dear, MR.Polak I have honestly had the best middle school experience with and because of you. I didn’t have you in 6’th grade so that was kind of a bummer but once i got to seventh grade i was excited to have you. I only heard positive things about you so I was so happy to have you. Then I heard you weren’t gonna be here because you had knee surgery so that was a bummer. I can’t lie I was a bad kid I was misbehaving and getting decent grades. We had a decent sub that was in for you but i didn’t really like him,and then you came. I couldn’t wait to go to school the day before you came back from your surgery. You had a bad report about t me so you and me had a couple of issues but then we resolved them. In all my other classes I was
My first positive experience with school work was when I wrote a short story essay for my high school English class. Later in life, I found that I loved to write almost as much as I loved to read.
I remember in my second grade classroom there was this poster on the side of a bookshelf. It had the names of different emotions, and a bear face was above each name that had an expression that matched each word. One of the emotions was “bored”. I recall one day in second grade, I was thinking “I don’t think I’ve ever felt that emotion yet, I wonder how that feels.” To my dismay, a couple of weeks after, and quite often after that, I had felt the “bored” emotion during school up until the seventh grade. In seventh grade was when I had Ms.Tassil as my teacher. She made studying, homework, and classwork fun. She helped us study for tests by playing Jeopardy with the class, or by having two people at a time competing against each other
While my major may not focus on our “culturally-connected” objective, my personal goals make up for its lack. Cultures around the world have always fascinated me; they have inspired me to learn more about others before judging or prejudicing them despite my county’s upbringing. Because of this, I’ve made many amazing friends I could have passed over simply because they didn’t look or talk the way I did. Cultures, besides the personal aspect of friends, are incredibly interesting. Everyone has a different outlook on life—different opinions on how the world should be interpreted—and I want to learn about them. In my Art Appreciation class, we do mid-term presentations about a specific piece of art or artist. One of our presenters was a native of South America, and did her project on Ganesh and his purpose in the Hindu culture. It was fascinating! The elephant-headed deity was known as an obstacle-remover or placer depending on who needed which, as well as a lord of beginnings, bringing good fortune. It was honestly an inspiring presentation in which the entire class learned about something other than Christianity