I think this is a great movie to inspire kids to try hard in all aspects of life. I enjoy this movie for my classroom because once in awhile we get to go to the Black Canyon Gymnastics, here in town and it is a really good lead up to that trip.The availability
This impression lasted a long time as this has been the case for me while growing up. During younger years, television time was my favourite. Coming home from school, I had my eyes glued to the screen for the rest of the afternoon. Let it be cartoons or commercials, 6-year-old me enjoyed the fact that colourful animals were talking and running around — it was the moving images that kept me riveted. I guess that led to the development of my interest in modern television series, which I would spend hours binging the entire season.
When I started high school, the club that excited me the most, was National Honors Society. So, at the first chance I got, in my sophomore year. After being a member for a year, I quickly realized that I wanted to take on a leadership opportunity in the club. So, I took a shot for the stars, and campaigned for being president of Honors Society. Though I had some competition, I put my all into composing a speech, and I won the presidency, and I have been president since.
Through the adversities that accompany senior year, I have worked hard to propel my academic career, develop my leadership, and to have a successful soccer season. I recently had a conversation with the instructional superintendent, Anthony Smith, and he equated high school with a 400 meter race. As the race concludes and fatigue attacks, I continue to sprint towards my objectives. In the first semester, I applied to seven universities and I was admitted to all of them. I decided and committed to Colorado State University.
After being chosen as the President of National Honor Society, the most active club at my school, one of my duties was inducting the new members each year. I remember the butterflies in my stomach as I looked out at all the NHS members and their parents sitting in the huge auditorium. My principal and head of school were both keenly listening to me speak as I prayed not to stutter on any words. However, with every word that left my mouth, I felt my level of confidence rising. After finishing off strong and hearing the roar of applause, I realized that effective public speaking is a vital leadership skill that I definitely
My life revolved around learning more and more about Japan. In the seventh grade, I discovered Roseburg High School had a Japanese Club: I was instantly ready to go to high school. The club was better than I could have ever imagined. I was able to mingle with new friends while learning about my favorite place in the world: life felt perfect. By my sophomore year, I was elected to be the vice president of Japanese Club, which presented me with the opportunity to pursue my passion and encourage others just like me to learn about Japan.
I am a member of my school 's key club and plan to run for officer this next year. As a leader, I have three outstanding qualities, I am dedicated, have a sense of humour, and I am open. I am a captain of my basketball team and have been for the last two years. I am a member of key club
Hi, it’s you, but younger. I am writing this letter so you can remember what you were like as a Freshman. Hopefully I haven’t changed too much in the past 4 years. Part 1: Me, Now: My goals are to graduate high school with good grades in all my classes. Things I like to do are play soccer, swim, and do track.
I was very excited, my friend also enjoys this game very much. Because of that, he was coming over to my house after school so we could try it out. It was going to be so much fun. I had just come from math class. We were heading to lunch, and I was super hungry.
I’ve strived throughout my high school career to be the person others can look up to and follow on and off the field. Whether with it be my family, friends, or teammates. I’ve continued to try to set a good example and lead others. Just a few weeks after the end of my junior season, before our teams first lifting session I was awarded Varsity Captain decided by a vote held earlier by my fellow teammates and coaches. The coaches wanted to try something new in an attempt to gain some leadership in the weight room well before the start of our regular season.
Madison Team Becomes National Champs at African-American History Challenge Bowl Madison’s Wright Middle School took home the first place at the 2017 National African-American History Challenge Bowl. The team is a veteran when it comes to joining the quiz bowl competition. In fact, they have participated in the competition for 19 years and has been sponsored by the organization of 100 Black Men of America. They won five times already and became a runner-up several times according to the founding president of 100 Black Men of Madison, Enis Ragland. He also said that joining the competition is a recognition to the school, students, and parents.
West as well. He says that his family is together more because of school. His wife teaches music, musical theatre, and is the head volleyball coach. Both of his kids are in the elementary school at Southcrest as well. However, he is busier during the school year and has “to carve out time for family.” He says, “I was lucky for the opportunity to work with high school students and make an impact on their lives and have always enjoyed reading and writing.” Mr. West has learned many things, such as patience, from his students.
After junior varsity competition was over, varsity was right around the corner and my tremendous job on JV had guaranteed my spot on one of the varsity teams. I was put on armed platoon which consisted of 13 cadets including the commander. There was a few upperclassman who thought I would cause them to lose, but I would practice to make sure I would be perfect. After three weeks of practice my very first Varsity competition had started and was hosted at the University of Tampa, competing with about 32 other schools in Florida. Stakes were very high that day for our school as we had always been the ones who would come out on top.
I would be Freshman Student Council Vice-President! My high school career finally began and in the first week the announcements were made discussing the process for anyone interested in running for office. The necessary preparations were made and I was placed on the ballot, along with a number of other prospective students. My opponents and I campaigned for a whole
I expect it to be really challenging and hard. From what I have heard you get a lot of homework and essays. Since my teachers in middle school are really good I don’t think I will have a problem in high school. I also expect high school to be a lot of fun. It will be fun because I get to have classes with my friends and I get to do fun activities like gym and different clubs.