It opened from Monday through Saturday, on Monday; Wednesday and Thursday it opens from 9:00am to 6:45pm; Tuesday from 9:00am to 7:45; Friday to Saturday is 10:00am to 1:45p, so students would have enough time to study at there. Therefore students got a lot of chance which can communicate with teachers or tutors. For students who have problem in
Year-Round Schooling Summer break is great. We all think so. But when you walk into Algebra 1 your first day back at school and the teacher says, “Pop quiz! Lets see what you know!” And that’s the moment when you realize that you don’t remember anything from the previous year. Year-round schooling is a better system than traditional because it’s better for students learning, it keeps kids involved and engaged, and, as much as this might surprise you, it doesn’t mean less vacation time.
Then I began my journey into learning. Math, science, and language always took place in the morning periods, which I think was good idea since the brain functions better at the beginning of the day. Each class was forty-five minutes long interrupted by a ten minutes activity because as a little kid after twenty minutes of lecture the brain needs a break. I also had a ten minutes break to prepare for the next class. Around eleven, we usually took twenty-five minutes lunch break and if you are lucky enough and you live very close to the school you can go home and get your lunch.
Schooling life is a important part to all of the teenagers. Since they start their school life, every day they meet their classmates and teachers more than their parents. The “A” students have good performance in all of the test, teachers love them. But they don't have friends in school nor clubs. Isn't it a big problem we have to worried about?
For my Senior Project presentation, I will provide a completed and signed off log recording the number of the hours and days I volunteered during this summer program. I will also provide pictures of me completing assigned tasks and assisting the kids in their needs as I will do so with the permission of the each student’s guardian. This is not so much a stretch for me as it is more of a challenge. I’m treating this summer program almost as a job. As we grow older, we learn we have to take on responsibilities in order to show that we are ready for what life
1-2) A traditional school year would have a 180-day school year with short breaks for the holidays followed by a 12-week summer break. After that long break over the summer, where the kids are most likely sitting around doing nothing beneficial to their education, they tend to forget most of what they learned the previous school year. That is called summer learning loss. In a year round school calendar, schools still only have 180 days, but more frequent breaks will be given. With more breaks about 1-2 weeks long, students wont forget what they learned before the break.
I did this community service over spring break going on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for four hours. While being there I teach kids how to counter attack, how to defend counter attacks, and how to defend free kicks. Usually I set them up a few drills to work on and after an hour and a half; we let them do a scrimmage to see what they have learned and to let them take the drill to the real thing. I have had an amazing time at this site and will probably return to do more. The service of Grassroots Soccer has bettered my skills in working with kids of all ages.
Returning back to school ENG 121 Compositions Laloni Christenson April 30, 2012 Returning back to school Beginning my day the same way every day was very hard for me to do. Day after day looking at my children wishing there’s was a way out of the everyday. Taking time to pray and spending time in my word really help me. One I was at work and, a respective from Ashford came and told me about their child development program. Uncertain if online school was really for me.
In my opinion I think I like all year around in school. If kids really look at it, we get alota days out for a break. Many schools also need to come on there education because the drop out rate may come back up if it already haven’t. Many schools say they do many things to help students and they really care about the students, blah blah blah, some schools are just all talk. Schools have at least a hand full of teachers that really care about the students life after high school, some teachers make sure that there students go to college and some don’t even care what goes on when were out of there classroom.
My high school does a mandatory community service every year and I can honestly say it brings out the good in people. I support community service a hundred percent. You will notice a difference in the kids that serve and the ones that don't. I hope all schools keep mandating community