I 'm Bill Fitts, your scout 's new Den Leader. Chris Jacobs will be helping me with all activities, as well as all of you. I was recruited, but to tell you the truth I was planning on helping at the least. I 'm truly excited about my son getting started in scouting, as I was a scout many years ago myself. Actually, I achieved Eagle scout and am very proud of that achievement.
I began as a Cub Scout, where I went on camping trips, hikes, and attended Cub Scout Day Camp. At the age of eleven, I earned my Arrow of Light, the highest award available to Cub Scouts. One month later, I crossed over into Boy Scouts. I must say, my life was about to change. From volunteering in the community to learning survival skills, the life lessons Boy Scouts had taught me were manifold.
However, as a scout I was also bound to learn more than a few lessons on everything from morality to good habits and behaviors. Scouting’s foundation is built on a system of instilling youths with useful knowledge and skills while teaching them important lessons, all of which they continue to use throughout their lives. Acquiring that knowledge, those skills, and learning the lessons is very important because the path to earning the Eagle Scout rank is not relaxed or simple. In fact, earning it involved quite a bit of hard work, some of that work involved me participating in projects that focused on helping the community. In addition, while the Boy Scouts of America accepts all faiths and creeds, there are influences of Christianity noticeable in some aspects of the organization as well as opportunities for Christians like me to further practice my beliefs within scouting.
Being an Area 15 FFA officer will teach me several new things about the FFA and leadership skills that I don’t know already. I have attended several leadership camps and seminars, but there is always room for improvement in regards to leadership abilities. Having a higher leadership role than what I already have will significantly improve my knowledge of leadership and better refine the leadership skills that I already have. There are a lot of
Throughout my high school career, I was forced into many situations where I was challenged to connect with my peers and serve as a role model for future students. Whether it be my involvement in the school marching band, or helping students in community tutoring sessions, I have always made it my goal to better the people around me through my own efforts. Throughout my high school career, I have put forth my best effort to connect with my peers, transform individuals, and make a difference in my community. Joining the school marching band at the beginning of my freshman year of high school was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I’ve spent hundreds of hours working with my peers, building friendships while working toilsomely to perfect one show each year.
Introduction and Main Characters I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings is an autobiography by Maya (Marguerite Johnson) and the book is about the early years of her life. The book is the first of seven books about her life. The main characters are Bailey Johnson Jr. who is Maya’s brother, Momma Henderson who was Maya and Bailey’s Grandma, Uncle Willie was Momma’s Henderson’s son who was crippled. Vivian Baxter who was Maya’s mother, and Bailey Sr. Maya’s and Bailey’s father. Summary The book begins with Maya at three years old and Bailey are four years being sent from their father in California to their grandmother in Stamps, Arkansas.
Another expert is Dr. Yvonne Thornton, who offers her father’s advice called the “rabbit” theory, which made me understand how to learn through some great value statements. Then, I will improve and extend what I am learning. Moreover, I will know how to identify excellent examples of good studying. Sharon Bowman is a national trainer, who teaches the 4 Levels of Learning. The two most important levels she mentions are “I know what I don’t know” and “I know what I know.” I understand that I should continue studying on some topics when I start to learn them, but I might not understand them until I know them
Having participated in this program last semester, I was both excited and hesitant to return. I was excited because of all the great people I met and valuable things I learned; but I was hesitant because I didn’t know what to expect out of another seven sessions. Last semester’s program taught me to self-reflect on my past to help guide my future, but this semester helped me to guide my future or at least try to plan for it. One of my first big A-Ha moments in this program was with Mark Trumbo. Taking the time to write out people, places, things, and memories I couldn’t live without along with goals I have for my life, showed me what is truly important.
As for things, I would like to delve into this coming term, as well as the one after that, I honestly haven’t thought about it. I guess I would enjoy learning and doing courses that involves in nursing more, like we about to do next semester I look forward to it. My experience at St George’s University thus far has also been inspiring for me. I came here hoping to have my eyes and ears opened and to be able to see things differently in the world, and to gain as much knowledge that I possibly can. But so far, I am learning little by little and it’s looking as if it’s only getting harder as I come close university learning.
Teamwork i would say has been my top skill throughout high school. I have ran track since 6th grade and now i'm taking on my seventh year as a senior. I ran cross country for two years, while it was a small team it was one that i really connected with and felt like a family. This year has also been my first year on the swim team and I am also the captain of the team as well. Even during this summer I worked at Mountain View Landscaping, i worked under the head of landscaping for 3 months just me and him doing six plus jobs a day, that really taught me a lot about teamwork because we eventually got a system down for max efficiency, so I found that to be a very rewarding
Gaston scout attains rank of Eagle Scout Rob Wallace of Gastonia has risen to the rank of Eagle Scout, the ultimate achievement for a Boy Scout. Rob’s first scouting experience was as a seven year old Tiger Cub. He then continued his scouting adventure through Wolf, Bear, and Webelos until eventually reaching the highest level of scouting. A ceremony to award Rob his rank was held recently at Gastonia’s First Presbyterian Church. During his scouting career Rob earned 28 merit badges, the God and Family, and God and Me awards.
In high school, I in the Equine Pre-Veterinary Academy. I enrolled in AP, AICE, and dual-enrollment courses. Also, I was inducted into the National Honor Society. Prior to living with my grandparents, I would have never imagined that I would be as successful as I am today.
While preparing for college I already knew what I was going into. Coe College is roughly the same size as my high school in my hometown. To be honest, I had a grand plan to do well in college. By my senior year I would like to say I was very accomplished; In four years I became a model student and I was in leadership positions and became voted homecoming queen. People told me that college was going to be the best years of my life but I was sure that high school was already best four years.
In May two-thousand fifteen i completed my seventh grade year at my new school Watkins Memorial Middle school, it was my first time ever moving schools . Before i came to Watkins Memorial Middle school i went to Hamilton Township . I went there my whole life until i moved , i went to Hamilton Elementary for four years from kindergarten through third grade , then i went to Hamilton Intermediate School for three years from fourth grade through sixth grade . After sixth grade over summer break my mom enrolled me into the Southwest Licking School District at Watkins Memorial Middle School . I was nervous to move schools for the first time because i was worried about not being able to make any friends and also not liking the school .
It would be a year later that I would meet the man, I was unable to reprimand him for his, what I at the time considered, thievery. Since obliteration of my goal in life, I made a new goal for high school. I would be Freshman Student Council President! However, in response to careful consideration of my popularity level, I quickly reconstructed my goal. I would be Freshman Student Council Vice-President!