Under her leadership, standardized test scores have risen, aging facilities have been renovated and a new blueprint for business operations is being implemented. Dr. Beverly Hall is an honorary figure in the field of education. In final analysis, there are many steps and opportunities to becoming a high school teacher. Even though the entry level- education is a bachelor’s degree, you can further your education and obtain many others. They teach academic lessons and various skills that students will need to attend college and to enter the job market.
In this model students can have internships or participate in work-study programs while completing graduation requirements online. A high school senior who is short a few credits can choose to have a part-time job while making up credits online. A freshman can have a full schedule in the physical building and add an online course or two each semester in an effort to graduate in as little as three years. For us the pinnacle of success in K-12 should be to create a culture of learning that fully prepares students with the abilities to be successful in life. We feel the global pressures for increased digital citizenship and customized learning.
Having those people show how school has provided them with success motivates the students whether they are college bound or not. It is this piece of collaboration that could make or break a student’s choice to stay in school. (Guinter,2011) These high school students must volunteer ten hours in the community as part of the graduation requirement. If possible, providing volunteer opportunities where these high school students may see how fortunate they are would be a way to improve collaboration. The non-profit agencies are usually in need of volunteers.
TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT Training and development is ongoing at the Golden 1. Opportunities to learn and develop are presented to employees to further enhance their career goals. Training is most often done in house via face-to-face classroom time, online, and can also come in the form of outside workshops done through local and non-local universities, colleges and vendor/partner groups. Ronnie stated that, “training is the biggest retention tool they have at their disposal and the investment must be made in the growth of his employees. “ For their training efforts, the Golden 1 took 1st place in 2007’s Credit Unions National Association’s Training Championship and was named to Training Magazines “Training Top 125” list three years in a row, from 2008-2010.
[pic] [pic] THE PROGRAM The AXA Achievementsm Community Scholarship program offers $2,000 college scholarships to high school seniors who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in their activities in school, the community or the workplace. The scholarships are sponsored by the AXA Foundation, the philanthropic arm of AXA Advisors, LLC. Applicants must - • be United States citizens or legal residents, • be current high school seniors who plan to enroll full-time in an accredited two-year or four-year college or university in the United States by fall 2011 (enrollment at an accredited postsecondary institution outside of the United States will be considered on a case-by-case basis), • be ambitious and motivated, as
TOURTELLOTTE MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL 785 Riverside Drive North Grosvenordale, CT 06255 (860) 923-9303 STUDENT HANDBOOK 2012-2013 Approved by BOE July 9, 2012 TOURTELLOTTE MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL 785 Riverside Drive · North Grosvenordale, CT 06255 Dear Parents/Guardians Tourtellotte Memorial High School is a learning community whose mission is to create a safe and supportive learning environment. We believe that all students can learn, discover, develop and realize their talents. The purpose of The Handbook for Students and Parents is to provide an easy and clear reference to both district policies and practices and procedures for Tourtellotte Memorial High School. It contains information about academics, student services, student conduct expectations, activities, the school calendar, bell schedules, and other services. Information in this handbook is shared with students at the beginning of every school year.
Maximizing My Resources Christy Nance CSS101 Dr. Beverly Fierro August 2, 2013 At Stevens-Henager University, there are several resources available to us students to help us in class, on our assignments, and to get us through our studies as we pursue our career of choice. But, honestly, we are our own greatest resource. We are “resourceful”. Always take advantage of opportunities. We can’t just sit back and wait for opportunities to come to us.
Thousand Islands Emergency Rescue Service Inc has had a Junior EMS Program since 2003 and promotes young adults into medical careers, as Emergency Medical Technicians, Paramedics or other allied medical professions (Churchil). “It is key to attract people into the emergency services while they are young so that they form a lifelong connection, whether as a first responder or as a community supporter. Junior EMS programs give our nation’s youth the chance to learn about emergency medical services response organizations in a safe, controlled, educational, and fun way while providing agencies with an excellent recruitment mechanism”
Courier Mail Prime Time for Crime Editor From glitz and glamour to gangs, guns and graphitii. The Gold Coast is certainly making a name for itself with increasing violence and vandalism tarnishing the once ‘family friendly’ destination. Almost every day we hear of the darker reality of drugs, guns and violent crime. But seldom do we hear about the good occurring in the community. Constant presentations over time of negative events, such as stabbings, fatal shootings and drug related activities have assisted in marring the Gold Coast’s reputation.
The gang and its members become truly a surrogate family. Leaders are quite skilled in drawing in new members by promising money or drugs to, by intimidating, or by acknowledging vulnerable and impressionable teenagers. In the end, a gang produces loyal gang members, having not long-term aspirations, and do not consider the consequences of their gang-related behavior. Several reasons may be attributed to juveniles joining gangs. However, one of the primary reasons of young people why the join gangs and commit violence is to gain recognition in the community.