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.
I know that when I take this position I will be faced with countless obstacles but I will not give up on my squad. When I make cheer captain, I will give my all and try my hardest to get this squad where it needs to be. I know my place on the squad should be captain because I am a dependable and responsible person. I am also a well-organized person, so I will always make sure everything that needs to be done for the squad is done. I know I will be capable of organizing the formations of our squad and organizing the stunts that will be used.
As a cheerleader , the word “leadership” takes on a whole new meaning. In the classroom and the community as well is a vital component of your role. I was always in the public eye, and it was so important to represent my school to the best of my ability.Leadership is the process of influencing your team members to work hard towards, and be committed to, team goals. To me i was a good leader, i would take part in helping out my teammates to attain the goals they set for themselves everyday.Being a good leader is an major part of being a cheerleader . Though you may think the only way to be a leader is to be selected as the team captain, that is far from being the only way to prove your leadership capabilities.
Leaders are often “over achievers,” and do the most that they can the absolute best that they can. By being an example for others, having a positive attitude, and by representing good qualities for others to follow is my definition of being a leader. To show my leadership, I will always offer more than my one hundred percent. I will commit to showing up to what I say I will go to. I will always try or attempt whatever I set my mind to, and if I fail, I will persevere and try again until I succeed.
I believe that people need good ethics to promote a healthy and positive environment for ourselves and others. I always assumed my personal ethical viewpoint is that everything should be equal and fair. After reviewing my Ethical Lens Inventory, it proved me right. I found that my preferred ethical lens is the Relationship Lens. I use my rationality to determine how I can ensure equality to all others.
Taylor Heskett Professor Raker English 101 January 16th 2013 Peers, Problems and a Presidency “Taylor you’d be great for this position!” I barely heard while I was counting down the seconds until my High school History class was over. “What did you say?” I proclaimed. My teacher, Mrs. Mckannan, elaborated her point by explaining that the election for Senior Class officers was approaching. I had always been a part of committees and clubs throughout High School but never before considered running for Senior Class office. Mrs. Mckannan said there was a major lack of interest this year and very few students were running.
Introduction When it comes to my own personal coaching philosophy, I feel that it is best to be up front with my students and student athletes about myself, my beliefs and what I expect from them. As a coach and educator, I feel that it is absolutely necessary to establish trust and rapport with them in order to ensure that they know just what I stand for and why. With regards to my coaching and teaching philosophy, there are three theories that I strongly believe in and will incorporate into my instructional methods: Dualism, Pragmatism, and Transcendentalism. Through these theories I will stress their importance and how their application will benefit my students and student athletes not only in sports, but in life as well. Each of these
I love that class, in fact i would say is one of my top preferred subjects. Literally, me and my friends love planning study groups to collaborate and work out challenging problems that really makes us think. Moreover, as time came for tryouts, i felt the pressure, heart pumping, hands sweating, i practice till my turn came. Then i heard my name called, i walked to the field, got into my position and i knew it was my time to shine. “WOSHHH” the ball went and i saw the ball go perfectly in the air.
Working hard towards something that could change a life is exactly what she is doing. She has her head on straight and is looking forward to helping each and every student one step at a time. The many life lessons she endured has strengthened her, and she is taking that strength and using it for a good cause. h This year, math teacher Angela Munday began plans to re-establish a volunteer mentoring program that faded away years ago, for students at the high school. Munday, who is working to match volunteers with students in need, hopes to kick off the program May 1 so that it can continue through the summer.
1 - What Are The Skills And Qualities You Could Bring To This Role? Hello, my name is Angelina and I am hoping to be selected for the role of a prefect. During my time at Crabtree High School I believe I have developed many different skills and I am confident that becoming a prefect would allow me to develop many more. One of my strongest skills is that I am a natural leader who is well organised, responsible and can act on my own initiative. I also work well as a team player and enjoy sharing success.