For two years I begrudgingly walked into Fuller Middle School, sometimes staying home because I had a ‘headache,’ my home, as well as other places I was always resentful, pissed off, quick tempered, and just downright rude. I was a typical middle schooler going through family changes. I wore band tees and ripped skinny jeans to every event my mother would let me--including to school, I constantly violated dress coded until I found my way around authority and the policy, listened to heavy metal, colored my eyeliner on until I looked like a panda, and generally tried to make myself appear unapproachable. That’s when my mom began dating the man who I would eventually call my first lifeline.
At a school in Texas called Hickory Hills middle school in 1999.It was a normal day for Timothy John he was stealing a nerds lunch. “Give me your lunch I’m famish .” Timothy said, “No I do not want to.” Arnold yeld “Do you want me to
I find myself in a perpetual whirlwind of phases so the only concrete things I have to bandage together some sort of identity are the things my therapist has noticed about my speech patterns and thought process. I love to (over) analyze, (over) think, and (under) achieve. It’s possible the reason I have phases with music, film, and taste in clothing or art has come with the realization that there’s so much stuff, and I don’t want to miss out on anything. I grew up reading fantasy and watching films like Labyrinth, which I credit to the beginning of my interest in literature and film. Last year I had a mild obsession with haikus, especially that of Kobayashi Issa, and watched cheesy 90s sci-fi. As of late I’ve been on a biography and documentary
I, currently as a student at Ruth Thompson Middle School, have contributed to the community around me in many ways. In my school, as of now, I have been part of the RTMS Tech Team, which includes in helping students with technology, helping teachers set up with assemblies, open houses, replacing PC monitors, and a lot more. As part of tech team, I have also helped with things that are relatively tedious, like sorting out a whole room of cables. Yes, I will do it again at JFSS if I’m assigned or have the opportunity to. Also, I have helped with jobs that may require a little more skill. In my school, I have tried, along with a team of other students, try to install Chrome OS on unsupported hardware, which if succeeds, will be installed on more
This week I went to Seabourn elementary with Mrs.Kirkland class for 3 hours and 45, and I talked to her on if she could choose another mentor RST intern what would she like to change she said if anything if there were more specific on what she should be doing. Also, she said if they could check with her first because for when her students came in plus the RST students it would be in between her planning period and her lunch period. Mrs.Kirkland finished up by saying she would like more emails or notices for the teacher so she could know and be able to help out with the RST
Until sixth grade, I went to Shepherd Christian Elementary School. Once I moved on to sixth grade, I had to switch to a school that went through high school. I didn’t want to leave my friends; I was scared. I was touring multiple schools to see where God was leading
On 02/06/2018 at approximately 1916 pm Hrs. I Officer Mather the on call officer for the week was notified by the alarm service of a possible Criminal Mischief that occurred at Santa Rita Elementary. Reported by the head custodian of Santa Rita Elementary Oscar Reyes DOB: 06-30-1957. Upon arriving at Santa Rita I met with Oscar who led me to the back of the school on the east side and showed me double door that south of the school with the bottom window cracked.
When I saw my reading scores from the beginning of the year to the end of the year, I was surprised! Then when I heard about the whole classes reading scores I was really surprised at how much growth we made by working together. Because we worked hard, we learned more, and we supported each other, you should buy us some breakfast burritos to celebrate our success.
One day I woke up and saw trees all around me. I see that my feet were in my house and my body was on my neighbors cars. When I saw that I was a giant I thought it was a dream. I pinched myself and I realized it wasn’t
“Give me the ball!” a voice threatened, but I continued to dribble the ball. “Hey! Did you hear me? I want the ball!” the voice screamed. As I whirled around to examine what the commotion was, an iron fist smashed into my right eye, leaving me incapacitated. Jonathan Morris gifted me with a black eye.
When I was in sixth grade, I could not understand English at all. So I could not do homeworks by myself. My parents were worried about it and they asked Dr. Browning , who was the ESOL teacher, for help. She suggested to do the tutoring with Mrs.Adams.
I have been a preschool teacher, teaching mixed age children from 18 months to 5 years, for over 10 years. I started as a work study employee, while attending the Community College of Philadelphia in 2006, to a part-time teaching assistant while attending Temple University in 2010. This led me
I would have never guessed that so many local children require extra help for Mandarin until I joined the Mandarin Tutoring Club. Every Wednesday afternoon, I see the Mandarin class students flock into Ms. Lu's classroom. As a club President, I assign each tutor, including myself, either to teach a
For this interview I decided to come to my first year seminar teacher, Mr. Lusk. Born on February 7th is Adam Lusk he currently lives in Media, PA and is an excellent teacher at Rosemont College. Teaching First year seminar which includes helping Freshman on challenges and how to resolve them. Student led discussions with speaking on topics that can help others overall is the main focus of his class. Graduating from Temple University with a PHD also now acquiring 14 years of teaching experience.
I am choosing to use their newsletters that was created for my second grade classroom. This newsletter shows how I worked collaboratively with my cooperating teacher to create a newsletter to send home to my student’s parents. I wanted to introduce myself, and explain what I would be doing in the second grade room. I made a meaningful connection to parents by explaining who I was, and what I was going to be teaching their children. I also worked with other teachers and the principals to put important dates on my newsletter. Although my newsletter did not have any standards, I met the WV teaching standard under standard 5. It was not difficult once I talked it through with my cooperating teacher. My cooperating teacher explain to me that I had