Julia Child was born Julia McWillams in Pasadena, California, on August 15, 1912, one of John and Julia McWilliams's three children. The children were raised in comfort: they were all sent to private schools, and the family had servants, including a cook. The children, all of whom were unusually tall, loved outdoor sports. In 1930 Julia went to Smith College in Massachusetts, where she majored in history. After graduation she took a job as a copywriter for a furniture company in New York City and enjoyed an active social life.
Couple years later I decided once again to stay home with my daughter and also gave birth to my son and after two years later I gave birth to my another daughter.In september my husband stayed home on couple hours to take care of my children I am determinded for all kind of situtation.So I've experienced about children.Now that I finally feel settled down, I want to obtain my CDA ;I know it will open a lot of jobs opportunities.I am also willing to learn and improve my teaching.My goal is becoming a pre-school lead teacher.I want to grow more as a teacher and be able to teach the appopriate things to the young children.The CDA will help me the functional areas.After I completemy CDA, I want to continue with my education one day so that can work an elementary
I love that school, a lot has happened, I made lasting friendships, and I feel I made a difference there. I joined many clubs and organizations and ended as one a class officer my senior year. I made sure we had the best senior year. I wanted them to enjoy Robinson just like I have. I’m grateful for that place, we’ve learned and struggled and in the end, we graduated.
She went to segregated public schools. When she graduated, her parents encourages her to continue her education. She was able to achieve several scholarships. Phipps went to college at Howard University in D.C., she was majoring in physics and her minor was mathematics. While she was there she met Kenneth Clark, she did not know it at the time but he became her future husband.
However, when I started school I integrated well with the other students and found that many were interested in my Hatian culture. I learned to be a stronger, self confident, and self reliable woman through my experiences during my first school year in America. By the eleventh grade I already had a job and could buy some of the girly things I liked and still go to school. I would not be able to do that if I lived in Haiti and so I appreciate it. In order to be able to
I hope to be a great asset to the school. I worked for my high school basketball team and our very own football team. I was in charge of the video equipment and the others that worked for the team. Being that I have had to take the lead in directing others to help make the jobs for the coaches as
I am a big dreamer. I reach for the highest point possible in everything I pursue. I pursued to make honor roll while in middle school and was successful. Even middle school dreams that I have reached would not have been possible if I had not had patience. Now, I am ready for the next chapter to begin in my life, high school.
I had lot of support making sure that I was not facing the difficulties or challenges alone. I had the chance of meeting the most wonderful young lady in my school, she have been the most supportive woman I could have ever meet in high school. She was there with me every single step of high school and getting all my school information organized the way they are supposed to be. With Ms. Francis help I learned a lot of skills that I never know I could have mastered in school at all. I am a person who love being in school that’s where my family lies, school have a lot of different people but the god ones are hard to fine.
So far I have not had any problems adjusting to the public school. Here at this school there are so many good people it is very easy to get along with people and make many new friends. Sororities and Fraternities are another great thing here that help people make friends. I have been here at school for only a couple months now and since I joined the Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity I have already made some of my very best friends. Joining this Fraternity has been one of the best decisions I have ever made.
I have always wanted to be a Valedictorian and I told myself I could do it. Although it wasn't always easy, I achieved my goal. The high school grading system has alot to do with my achievement. I would say it can be very effective to certain people, like me. It sets the bar for everyone.