CW Made initial contact with Mya Loftis at Woodland Heights Elementary. Present is the Guidance counselor Ms. Arnold. Mya is six years old and she is in Kindergarten. She likes to go to Recess. She gets to school by her mother driving her to her grandma then her grandmother brings her to school.
These visits from family are extremely meaningful to BK as she wants to fulfill the demands of her roles as mother and sibling. She visits the senior center to engage in social participation and leisure activities on Mondays and Wednesdays. Tuesday is the day paratransit will take her to the grocery store, with the last Tuesday of each month being a Walmart trip. Once a week the CNA will change out her medication box and handle all her medication management. With the leftover time in the day she engages in passive leisure and
The RP contacted the foster mother Monique Reeves and informed her of the injury. The foster mother informed the RP she didn 't observed marks on Royalty 's arm and is unaware how the injury occurred. On 9/1/16 the foster mother arrived at the school and requested an incident report. Due to the foster mother 's requested the school principal Carol Collins instructed the RP to contacted
He reported that Annick called him to tell him that she was home alone. He indicated that he contacted a family member go to the family home until he arrived. Mr. Boyd reported that he contacted Child Protective Services regarding Annick being left home. He stated that it was determined to be unfounded
Jean took his family, Virginia, 7 year old Ruth, 7 month old baby Henry and his mother-in-law, Maud (b 1845), for a month and a half vacation on their new property. As Maud kept a diary of the vacation we are privileged to have an idea of the Moos family experience in their first year at their summer residence on the lake and getting there. Jean himself had left earlier for Blackstone to make sure everything was in order to receive his family. An excerpt from the diary outlines the trip from Bethany W. Va. to Kelley Island: Friday, July 17th - ... We left on 9 o 'clock train. Made good connections at Wellsburg.
Every few years since I was five my grandparents would take my sister and me to a new place, whether to just visit with relatives or to see something new. A few years back, my sister and I went with them to Minnesota to visit some of my grandpa’s relatives. On the way there, we stopped in Chicago to visit his brother. While we were there, we visited the Natural History Museum and went to the Chicago Aquarium. When I was about eight my whole family went to Gatlinburg, Tennessee for the fourth of July.
A four year ago, I moved from Ethiopia to United State. When I was little I always wanted to go school in the U.S., so, we moved the summer before my freshman year in high school. I was enjoying summer, I visited my sibling in Washington and spend half of my summer in their house, I loved it. School started in August that year and I was excited. After a week of school, I realized what people saw when I talked.
I feel that my unique experiences would greatly contribute to the diversity at Rosalind Franklin University. For example, volunteering with Gentiva Hospice and spending time with patients who had minimal days left to live, and meeting a young woman at Friedman Place who has faced a many hurdles in her life, but taught me the importance of always remaining optimistic. Most significantly, while in 2nd grade, I traveled to Russia with my parents to adopt my sister. We stayed in a small town for two months, allowing my parents and I to spend countless hours at the orphanage. I noticed that the happiest moment of these kids’ day was receiving a piece of fruit, and how their wrists were strapped to their beds at night.
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.
I see her watching from her porch while her son walks to a neighbor’s house two doors away for his weekly piano lesson. Some might call her a “helicopter parent.” I believe that her son and could benefit from basketball camp the way that I did. Five years later and it was my sixth year at camp, and my first as a counselor. On the first
I visited with Andre today before he left for the Boys and Girls Club (BGCA). Tracy Crawford is an excellent foster parent. Andre attends BGCA five days a week where he not only enjoys his favorite sport, basketball; in addition to learning socialization skills. Andre is earning an allowance by performing chores, which are switched weekly. He says he is saving to buy that phone that I have been advocating for, since January.
All that happened from here is that i had to write down what happened and i was informed that Jarrods mom was going to press charges (which failed). We both were suspended, and the principal warned me to not get in any more trouble this