Most schools will send out monthly newsletters so that anything on the website is handed out or put on a notice board outside the school. Through fund raising, school fairs and events held at the school the child gets to show parents or guardians that the aims and values of the school are being carried out. Some schools have a school council made up of the children from classes 1 to 6, who decide on issues that are important to them and also what they would like to see happening at the
Should schools allow or encourage students to use cell phones in school? I believe students should be allowed to use cell phones in school for learning purposes, in case of a change in plans or emergency, and just to be able to simply say hello. Schools NEED to educate students on the proper way to use a cell phone because more and more students get them every year. As of 2012, 62 percent of K-12 schools allow cell phones on the grounds and 24 percent of K-12 schools ban cell phones completely, according to T.H.E. Journal.
In Middle School I had many opportunities that made me a better person. I am very glad because I always had an important person on my life that motivates me and this is my sister Ana, I love her so much. In middle School I was able to participate in various activities such as Poetry, Math and Dance Contests, from which I did the best I could and these activities gave me awesome experiences. At the end of middle school I received the honor of been the number one student of my class. Having the privilege of being the number one in middle school gave me the opportunity to go to a very good High School.
Dear: National Junior Honor Society Committee I currently represent the “Character” Trait of NJHS by being honest to others and very workable with my fellow peers. Many people rely on me as a very good person to come to in a great time of need. I deeply care for my family and other people. I also listen to others ideas to help improve their idea or to help make it a reality. I will use all of these characteristics to help this organization reach out to people in need.
I want to be a positive role model to all the young children in our community, and show them that if you set your mind to do it you can achieve anything with hard work and dedication. I also feel this way about being a cheerleader. I feel that a Captain should lead with their heart, not their mouth. I have a vision for my team and we will work together to achieve it. Each year I set goals for myself, and work diligently toward making them become possible.
After the test I read the results and decided what I am going to do for my career. I sat down with my family and told them what I want to do, and about my goals. They told me that would be great. We all then started putting things together to see what I need to do to reach my goals. I made sure that I would have help around the house while I am going to school, then my oldest daughter told me that she would be so proud to see me succeed my goal.
Unit 8: Certification, Professional Development, and Ethics PS365: Applied Behavior Analysis II Prof: Jennifer Magnuson 2/3/2015 By Natalie Jennings There are many experiences that I have had that have led to my interest in Applied Behavior Analysis however I can’t say that they were due to my professional or educational experiences. When I was in elementary school my best friend had a sibling who was autistic. I remember always being very interested in her behavior and how she functioned in the world. I would watch her for long periods of time and wonder what caused her to behave the way she did and also how I could help her. I spent a lot of time with her since I was very close to the entire family.
All of my magnet classes, from the beginning, taught me all the necessary things in order for me to be ready for my “job.” The teachers, especially, helped us be ready this internship had in store for us. Because I was so ready for this internship, it had a positive influence on my life. Since day one, everyone impacted me in a different way where it made me feel accepted in some sort of way. This internship really opened my eyes to things that others don’t see; those who don’t share the same passion as me. I was able to go beyond the wall of commodity and experience true friendships.
I felt that what I had done makes me more complete. Giving help to those who are in need, donating things to those who lack possessions, caring even for a short time, making someone smile. I know that I made a difference. Everyone has their own definition of community service. To others it is a requirement in school for
Many think that community involvement is just something you are forced to do to graduate. They participate in community involvement because they have to, but I do it because I want to. Community involvement is a way of giving back to community. I like making people feel as though they matter, and it gives me a warm feeling at the end of the day because I know I have made a difference. Community involvement is very important.