This is the ninth week of my observation at Baker High School. On Monday, the students started off class with doing their bell ringer. The students defined the key terms for chapters 4 and 5. After completing their bell ringer the cooperating teacher began her lecture and power point on Managing Stress and Coping with loss. The students also took notes while she gave her lecture.
A thorough discussion on the NMM website, survey and brief walk-through was completed with Ms. Phyllis Mattingly, Co-Owner of Shiloh Machine, LLC (the Company). The Company has participated in regularly scheduled voluntary annual inspections with the WCA. The safety of the Company 's employees is currently laying on Ashley Tshawncer, Human Resource Manager who has been on maturity leave and is expected to return in the next two weeks; however, when she returns she will only be available one day a week. A strong suggestion was given to Ms. Mattingly to consider delegating more safety responsibilities to the shop foreman because Ms. Tshawncer has many other responsibilities that demand her attention, leaving very little time to dedicate toward the success of the Company 's safety policies. Currently the Company is
I walk into Neil Armstrong Middle School 's gym, nervous as can be, not ready for tryouts. We started doing layup drills, I missed so many compared to the other girls. After a while we started scrimmaging which I must have done good because I made the B team. Days after I found out what team I was on we had our first practice. Our first practice was mostly getting to know each other.
The next day, it was a time when the relocation plan is to be discussed. Paul and Joey and their families and maybe a thousand other people have gathered in the gymnasium. Dad positions himself on the stage. The county commissioners want him there to help them focus on Old Charley Burns as the guilty party. The meeting starts with Mrs. Gates thanking all the school staff who have been working hard since the disaster occurred.
The first day of sophomore year rolled around and it was time to step foot into Mrs. Burrell’s class. Boy, was I surprised when I walked in and there was a new teacher, Mrs. Padilla. This is when the “Road of Trials” began. From the very first day she had stressed about the importance of the AP test. She gave us all of the AP rubrics, a sheet of transition words to use in our writing pieces, and she even showed us the agenda she had planned out for the rest of the year.
I felt comfortable knowing that I had the book knowledge for the internship and once I started the Capstone I was able to put everything in place. The most useful classroom knowledge during my Capstone was what I learned during my sport event and management course, just knowing about importance of safety and liabilities allowed me to stay focus and look for any potential hazards that possible arise during special events or working at the gym. Simple stuff like ensuring the janitorial staff placed the wet floor signs while moping the floors, inspecting the gym equipment prior to the hours of operation, and securing the facilities during non duty hours. Another classroom knowledge that I was able to use during the Capstone was the advertising, even though most the advertising was already complete for years, I was able to make so key suggestions for the future such as better usage of the signage and marketing. One thing I notice with their advertising it was too wordy and from my experience, people like to get the pertinent points of the event.
The mower runs quickly and smoothly as well, and it is one of the most powerful models. The Honda HRX 217VKA lawn mower cuts and mulches extremely well, which is exactly what you need so that your lawn looks amazing at all times. The machine will give your grass a smooth and even cut. Furthermore, you will find very easy to manuever it, and this will certainly help you complete
Some ways that the Boy Scouts helped in their community was by planting trees, collecting aluminum and books, and doing many local jobs. Robert Ellis the author of "Getting the Message Out: The Poster Boys of World War 2" shows clear examples of how they helped in their community. Robert Ellis explains there variant effort to be the best they can and serve for their community by writing, "In 1941 some scouts already operated a messenger service for the Office of Civilian Defense, collected aluminum and books, planted trees, and possibly, did every job some local official could imagine. Boy Scouts were a natural choice for work at the grassroots level in the United States" (Ellis). This illustration shows how well the Boy Scouts operated in their community and how much of a help they were.
Both principals were uniformly thrilled with my proposal, accepting this concept into their school community. The benches were built out of pressure-treated wood for durability, and painted for presence. To make these benches stand out, and involve the community, young students placed their hand prints on each of the “Buddy Bench” to make them welcoming and peaceful. The “Buddy Benches” are installed along the schools’ playgrounds to make them accessible for those students in
I am extremely lucky to have Mrs. Charlton as my supervisor. I’ve learned a lot from following her. While i 'm at cadet i have many responsibilities. First thing I do when I get to Centerville Elementary is check the desk to see if Mrs. Charlton has anything for me to do. Some of those responsibilities are grading papers, making copies,