The Bethel School District had suspended the respondent, Matthew N. Fraser for the span of three school days as well as the school decided to revoke his name from a roster of potential speaking at special ceremonies such as graduation. The respondent’s parent reciprocated action by bringing their child’s infraction of his first Amendment right. This includes his freedom of speech.
As you may know, I represent Mr. Marc Donatelli in any and all actions that he may have against XXXXXX for that entity’s efforts (or lack thereof) regarding its investigation of threats and harassment directed at Mr. Donatelli by Ms. Patience Rhoades, a known prostitute, and her cohorts. For several months, Mr. Donatelli has been harassed and threatened by friends and family of Ms. Rhoades after she turned to Mr. Donatelli for help, but left inappropriately. This began in Lewisville, Texas. My client has asked me to inform you that he has sent packets of evidence to each of the agencies depicted below. In doing so, he sincerely hopes to put his dispute with Ms. Rhoades to rest.
The book Indian Horse by Richard Wagamese, tells the tale of a young boy named Saul Indian Horse who goes through the struggles of trying to fit in, in a society controlled by white people. Saul tells the story of his life and the challenges he goes through. The change and abuse he receives, and the supports he rarely gets, Saul really showed how he was treated and what it was like to be a First Nations in the 1960s. Just like the book, the movie 42 by Brian Helgeland showed struggles of trying to fit in, in a society controlled by white people. The main character, Jackie Robinson, also showed the changes and abuse he received throughout the movie. He showed how black people were not seen as equals and how people reacted to a black person being in a white person’s territory. Both sources showed the challenge of being different. The challenge of what it’s like to live as a minority. How people can be cruel and condescending just by a person’s race and change is not easy to accept and achieve.
H. P. Lovecraft once said “the oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown”. He is implying that one may fear the thought of change but is tired of one's old way of living. Many people can feel trapped and buried with tradition, emotions, and general way of life. Many people are scared of change but do not feel like it will be a positive change. An individual can be overwhelmed by tradition and may crave for change.
Change. Change is an ordinary process in life that allows humans to evolve as individuals, societies, and as a species. Yet, not all changes are the same. Not all changes are equal. The effect of getting a new job is different than the effect of losing a job. These changes can make one lose himself, and when one doesn’t know who he is, those around him do not either. In Night, Elie Wiesel uses imagery and diction to illustrate the idea that going through a traumatic or emotional event can cause a person to lose himself, lose his beliefs, and change into an unrecognizable human.
Changes occur every day some good some not so good. There are all different types of changes that we can see. One would be a mental change, which includes a different outlook on life and how a person thinks of himself. Another example of change would be a physical change such as sitting at a new spot at the lunch table. Throughout the book “the chocolate war” Jerry changed very much. All the changes Jerry went through helped him find who he really was. To really change things people have to go through difficult paths but without the change Jerry had he would still be living the life he did not want to live.
In the movie, “Rivers and Tides” the artist Andy Goldsworthy creates sculptures from natural materials, such as stones, branches, leaves and etc. He creates them so they can intentionally get destroyed by nature however this doesn’t always occur. In the movie, his sculpture “Stones” collapses after he loses his caution. He gets frustrated by this since his hour of work gets destroyed in a matter of minutes. This showed the outcome of that change is viewed negatively and change is temporary. His time is wasted and due to that incident, he is forced to start over from the beginning. All the time Andy Goldsworthy has spent on creating his sculpture was gone and can never be taken back. Overall, if change is temporary then it won’t last forever and all the time spent is
“Change is the law of life. Those who look only to the past or present, are certain to miss the future” (Peters, Wolly). A famous quote stating that change is normal, necessary, and sometimes needed whether it is wanted or not. The citizens of Pleasantville lived the same life, day by day, with no variation. This is why they fear change, but they soon find out change is not entirely a bad thing though it may appear to be. An analysis of Gary Ross’ movie Pleasantville reveals that change may seem petrifying because of how foreign it is to them, but change is inevitable.
Long breaks are stealing students ' knowledge right from their hands and making teachers precisely planned lessons go to waste. When students come back from long breaks, such as summer, they can’t even remember what math is. This is because having more of these long breaks gives pupils a lengthy span of time to do nothing. At the beginning of the summer students are so excited when they can finally put on their swimsuits and hang out with their friends. As the summer goes on they start to get bored of sitting at home. Spread out shorter term breaks means that students will be able to retain more knowledge, low income families will be able to save more money, and overcrowding will have a solution.
Shifts are running smoother. I overheard the older workers discussing how customers are going to slow down from now until January because of the family seasons and how usually customers increase again after income tax season. Additional new member joins the honeybees which makes the total of 4 new workers within the past month.
This year’s StayClassy fundraising initiative was record-setting. The State Fundraising initiative was able to raise $111,211 surpassing its goal and breaking records. This was primarily due to matching grants and strong dedication from JSA student leaders. It was a grassroots effort with many individual contributions under $50. Next year, I hope to further improve the State Fundraising initiative on StayClassy and set new records. Like previous years, I will work with JSA alumni, corporations, and foundations to secure matching grants. The matching grants are a good way to spark donations. On top of that, I wish to have a competition between states to see who can raise the most money before Fall State. The winning state will receive a special prize such as an extra $500 into their state’s StayClassy account.
The challenges experiences in new phases of life can create change, leading to a deeper understanding of self and others.
What are Totem Poles? Totem Poles are further than just carvings. They are stories that contain personal meanings and must be represented by symbols and animals. The Poles, were first made by the Northwest Coast Haida, Tlingit, and Tsimshian Indians in Southeast Alaska and British Columbia. You are going to read my totem pole, my story.
Change can occur at any time. Most often it occurs when someone least expects it. Change is a splendid thing. It introduces to a new experience. As well as, it’s needed in order to grow as an individual. Secondly, in society you have to adjust to your surrounding in order to survive so changing has to happen in order for survival. It only is unneeded but it would happen no matter what so instead of fighting it might as well make the best out of it.
Irish statesmen Edmund Burke once said, “ We must obey the great law of change. It is the most powerful law of nature.” Change is an inevitable aspect of life, yet many people are terrified by the very prospect of any change. They believe that is is all bad, and that it is best if things remain the same. In reality, change is neither inherently bad nor inherently good; but all changes have both positive and negative aspects, and the way a person views change depends on their perspective.