In the story it stated that a teacher named Ms. McMillian called Maria to her office. After Maria talked to Ms. McMillian Maria started standing up for herself. In the passage it says that Jawanna walked up to her and told her to do her homework, but Maria said NO! The character changed because of Ms. McMillan. Maria listened to her teacher when Ms. McMillian talked about getting bullied.
In the book, The Running Dream by Wendelin Van Draanen Rosa shows that she is a very helpful person. Rosa was a very sweet girl who just so happened to be in Jessica's math class, even though she was a freshman and Jessica was a Jr. Rosa is a brilliant girl and she loved math and helping Jessica with it. “Hey!” Rosa calls,…… I hobble in and sit in a chair near her.
SC, Jennifer Stoker contacted mother, Eloise Bennett via telephone. SC introduced herself and told mother that she was Robin’s SC. SC asked about Residential support. Mrs. Eloise noted she felt the group home staff on ST. Frances was do a good job of make sure she was safe and support her daily needs.
The moment she saw Smitty, That’s when she right away was interested in him. She met a friend named Hally which told her all about Smitty. As Hally and Ginny were walking to their second period, Hally said “ he never smiles, he never frowns, and he never cries.” I think this quote means that Smitty is maybe scared to show his emotions because people might be asking him what had happened over the past 15 years on why he had been silent and not speaking. Hally said that there is something wrong going on with him.
Sara and her friends go back to her house to do their homework. As they finish up their homework the girls began to talk about the boys at their school. Sara yelled Chris, he has a nice smile, hair, and he also smell good with his axe cologne. The girls started to laugh. Sara face is turning red.
She came from a family of teachers. So this means and is quoted often, “ . . . she was raised to be a teacher.” She wrote under
Epstein took my hand and gave me a warm smile. I bit my lip it was finally the time I was the most worried for, I had to go in and stay in the classroom without my parents. Waving my hand, I said goodbye to my parents and followed Ms. Epstein into the classroom. I found that all 19 pairs of eyes were on me. I looked at the teacher worriedly.
Ray went up to her Aunt Stella. She told her, “I don’t really appreciate what you said to me earlier.” Ray also said, “I am going to be fine in life even if I don’t talk much. I only talk when I need to or have something to say but that doesn’t stop me from being successful.” Her Aunt Stella’s then told her that she apologized for offending her.
While everyone else was quiet and awkward because it was the start of the school year, she casually talked to her friends as they walked into class, made conversation with Mr. Carroll as he was handing out papers, and sometimes talked to the girl in front of her before class. I noticed that she wears no make up, which could mean she’s really comfortable in her own skin because she’s the first girl I’ve seen wearing absolutely no make up. Her outfits usually consist of sandals, a purse instead of a backpack, loose, stylish, tank tops or short comfy-looking shirts, and rarely any sweaters. It’s cold in the mornings so her lack of sweaters show that she prefers style over comfort.
Nurse Ana was doing her Individualized Education Program that was not done by the other nurse who just walked out and quit her position. It was a very productive day, but there was some unprofessionalism that was going on as well that unfortunately as a student like me should not be hearing. My mom always says, “ In in one
During lunch, Lillian and Nevaeh sat together talking about the usual things and discussing how weird the popular kids were. Nevaeh asked Lillian if she would ever consider hanging out with them. Lillian made her voice deeper and pretended to act like them and both girls fell over laughing. By the end of 7th block, Nevaeh was ready to leave feeling pleased about her day.
In the graveyard one night, waits Tom and Huck for the thieves to come by. They sat there not expecting what they were about to see. As three men wandered into the graveyard, they began digging, but not for a body, for a treasure map. At last they had found it. The three men instantly began to argue over who’s map it was.
Hope Jahren’s Lab Girl is a memoir divided into three parts about her role as a scientist, friend, mother, and lover. In the book, Jahren gives intimate details into her childhood, years as a student, professor in three separate universities, wife to a brilliant mathematician and as a mother to a boy. Sometimes the facts about her life transition seamlessly into a narrative about botany, usually revolving around the secret life of plants of all different types. Whether she is describing the early years and patient hope of the seedling, the restlessness of tree awaiting death, or the evolved spine of an ingenious cactus, Jahren relates the plants’ internal desires and activity in a break takingly human way throughout the book.
The next Monday morning, Roy woke up believing it was going to be a normal day. He expected classes all day, practice, and work at the movie theatre later that night. He arrived at school, with the principal chasing him down in the hallway. “Roy! Wait up!