My nine years at Mary Queen of Peace has been unforgettable and memories I will never forget. I remember walking into my first day of kindergarten in Mrs. Bucheit’s class and knowing only 6 kids in the grade. All I could think about was how I’m going to be like one of the big 8th graders someday. Once a week after school we would go to The Goodwillie’s house for 2 or 3 hours and eat lunch then play outside and eat lunch. First grade, I was in Ms. Summer’s class and had the most fun in my life in her homeroom.
During the beginning of 6th grade, I was terrified of not being able to catch up on schoolwork and meeting new people since I enrolled into MSA two weeks after the school started. But right after attending math class, Akansha, a small, thin, girl with a gigantic, purple backpack on her back immediately came to me saying
I would call this website/application ObServe. I chose this for my personal project because I have always been good with technology and enjoyed working with it. Also, every year since 7th grade, I have participated in the worldwide movement called Hour of Code. This past year, I instead helped kindergarten through third graders at my school participate in the
Have you ever dreamed of becoming one of the top students in your school? Nathan Tenorio fulfilled that dream when he was a kindergarten pupil. On March 22, 2015, he ranked number one in their class, and received numerious award. This was the time he realized that nothing is impossible to those who gave their best to achieve their dreams. Nathan was born on July 16, 2008, in Labo, Camarines Norte.
For my first diversity event I decided to attend the 43rd annual Mankato wacipi (Powwow). I chose this event because I attended some like it when I was younger. I always have admired Native Americans and their deep connection with their spirituality. I remember in fifth grade my elementary school hosted a Powwow that my mother and I attended. This was the first time I have ever been exposed to the Native American culture and the memory has stuck with me till now.
Every day, my grandmother would wake me up at 6:45 AM so that I could get ready for school. Then, I would take a warm shower, eat eggs and bread for breakfast, and take the bus to school. My schedule for semester 2 consisted of Math, Biology, Physics and 3D Modeling. I originally had English but enrolled it in ADLC to lighten the weight of my coursework. Math was always my favorite subject in school ever since Elementary school.
Sandra is my best friend. Always has been, always will be. Her hole name is Sandra Lynn LaFerrara Davis. She is an accountant, and I even let her do my taxes very year. We met in Mrs. Batson’s 6th grade class right hear at Greenbrier.
As a candidate for membership in the National Honor Society, I believe that I possess the qualities needed to be inducted. I am interested in joining the organization because I am confident in my leadership qualities and want to help the community. I have achieved the Honor Roll every quarter since it was available in Elementary. In 6th grade, I earned the Westchester County Clerk’s Distinguished Student Award from Timothy C. Idoni. plus, on my last year at A.B.
Even though I learned to spell it through memory, I still was able to spell such a big word on my own in second grade. After school one day, still in second grade, my sister and her friends still was trying to spell words for their spelling test. She was in the sixth grade. Every day I would go outside with her and a couple of her friends from around the neighborhood. I enjoyed their company simply because they were four years older than me.
Growing up as the oldest in my family, I have always been around young children. I have worked with children my whole life, and I believe that doing so has sparked my interest in becoming an educator. However, it was not until I took my first Spanish class, that I became passionate about the Spanish language. After talking with my Spanish teacher, I decided that I wanted to attend Spring Arbor University to pursue Elementary Education with a minor in both Spanish and Early Childhood Education. I have strategically chosen this degree to ensure that I am able to have my dream job of becoming a Spanish teacher in a kindergarten or first grade classroom.