They would begin to set up a system that involves, students getting paid for final test scores and A’s only.
We could start by taking a vote on trying out year-round schooling. Year-round schooling is becoming more popular in the United States, and according to Hanover Research “Year-round schedules do not add days of instruction to the approximated 180 days typical in a traditional school year. Most year-round schedules simply group the instructional days into smaller units with more frequent breaks throughout the year.” This could help more advanced kids move up more efficiently as well as making the teachers happier, which will make the students happier. It would also help with the dreaded brain drain or summer slide. Year-round schooling has many benefits for our school which is why I feel that we should make the
Both options are great for the school system. They tend to share the same ideas and instances where it can be taken away. Since both classes have worked hard to earn the open campus, it would seem fair to give juniors the same privileges the seniors get. Although it would seem like a good idea on paper, both options bring a lot of contradiction. If only one class would get the open campus as the school has been doing
How would you like it if the lunch lines weren’t so full but your students all had a filled stomach? Well I honestly believe that if you gave only 11th and 12th graders the opportunity to leave campus for lunch and it would make everyone’s life easier.
New Jersey v. T.L.O. is an interesting case that took place in New Jersey around this area. In Piscataway High School, two girls were caught smoking cigarettes in the bathroom. One of them, which is referred to as T.L.O. At the school, smoking in the restrooms was a violation of school rules. They were caught and were escorted to the assistant vice principal. Through a meeting, an unwarranted search of T.L.O.’s purses leads to an incriminating searched and confession. T.L.O, found it unfair that they could search her for other items unrelated. She filed suit against the juvenile court to state that they can’t used that form of evidence to convict her. The juvenile court found Choplick’s search to be constitutional. T.L.O appealed to the New Jersey Supreme court and there they had a different opinion. The
If elected I would continue to do concessions, profit shares, bake sales, Reed Arena cleanups, and the spare change fundraiser. However, I would also expand the concession fundraiser to not only football but to baseball and softball games as well. I would also like to sell MAPS merchandise (give points for buying/and or wearing MAPS merchandise to meetings/events). There should also be a semester or year long raffle prize where members buy a raffle ticket and a winner is chosen at random and given giftcards, MAPS merchandise, MCAT study materials, etc. We could also host an event (such as a suture clinic, pre-med “symposium” featuring previous MAPS speakers and/or relevant med speakers, etc.) where members (or people interested in the event) would have to pay to enter. I also think that transportation to the profit shares is a big obstacle to MAPS being able to reach its full potential regarding fundraisers. I think that it should be noted at the beginning of the semester (and heavily emphasized) that rides are always available to members for profit shares--officers should coordinate to have rides available for profit shares to resolve this issue. I would also like to increase the number of members that participate in fundraising events by making each member attend at least 2 fundraising events each semester. I would also be open to receiving fundraising suggestions from
I would change my communication with the students out of our designated hour. I do not want them to feel like I am obligated to spend time with them. By having better communication then they would view me more as a friend rather than someone there to occupy their time. The best part is playing pool with one of
The vice principal notified T.L.O'S mother and turned the evidence of drug dealing over to the police. They took T.L.O down to the police station where she admitted to selling marijuana on school property. T.L.O was charged as a juvenile with criminal activity, Based on T.L.O’s confession and all the evidence in her purse that state of New Jersey brought charges against her. T.L.O attorneys said the evidence of drug dealing found in her purse could not be used as evidence in court because it was obtained through an illegal search and seizure. T.L.O argued in juvenile court that her fourth amendment rights against unreasonable search and seizures had been violated.
If I was elected for president, I would make many good changes. These changes include things like giving out awards to people who get principal scholars, presidential fitness award, etc. I would also give speeches about how to make the school better, congratulate the people who achieve something in sports, and I would have fundraisers to invest in audio recording cameras. I would elect hallway monitors to make sure that everyone is getting to their next class, and getting the supplies they need.
Pre Check in: EV Staff greeted the family and checked in with them about their plan for the visit. Theresa and Marshall showed EV Staff games they had brought for the visit and that they had brought some healthy snacks. EV Staff reminded them to pretend as much as possible that EV Staff is not here but don't be afraid to ask questions. Both parents agreed they would ask questions if they thought of any.
I wanted to let you know that the individuals below, without question, provided the AFIA Team, specifically CMSgt Hartmon, with exceptional customer support. Chief called with a printer problem (lack of toner) in their AFIA room. I made the call and they immediately went and looked for toner and when that was a bust they found another printer that met AFIA's requirements and installed it, along with helping them map to it so they could continue operations.
A key skillset Bonanno possess is her ability to pay careful attention to detail. Before media reports or a SNA briefing was devised, Bonanno was the first person who advised the BDO Team of the ban on hover boards in carry-on and check baggage. The ban was due to the lithium battery defect that hover boards operate on. During PM debrief, Bonanno indicated to the team that hover boards are no longer allowed, and their effective date. Bonanno’s ability to relay pertinent information to the team was informative, and kept BDOs current. Overall, Bonanno did a good job reaching out to her team; communicating effectively.
I don’t see any changes I would make, but something I would talk to the class about to make the classroom become more of a community would be respect. I would plan a mini lesson on respect and how we treat others for another day.
Time is running very fast and we would like to go to the next step.
Of the remaining 13 assets in eviction, the Average Days in REO is 74 and average days in redemption of 8. 1 is in an occupied auction.