7th grade was rough,1 friend, 1 supporter, and 22 bullies. Mr.Prokes is my Michigan Hero. He was always was there if you needed to retake or finish a quiz or test. Mr.Prokes loved it when you would want to retake a quiz or test, because it meant you cared. Mr.Prokes was always there if you needed talk to him, whether it was family related or about the bullying. He was a nature lover too, because he knows that once it 's gone it 's gone forever. Every time someone in the class got bullied he would lecture for about an hour and a half. Mr.Prokes HATED bullying. My teachers except for two didn 't understand. Mr.Prokes and Mr.Pargaen were the only two who understood. Like one time I was told to give up on my …show more content…
Mr.Prokes understood me. He knew what i wanted to do with my life, when I wanted to do it and how I was gonna do it. I never would 've thought that I would leave him the first year I met him. All though, he emailed my mother saying:
"Dear Jeri Johnson,
Your son this year had a rough year. Myself and Mr.Pargaen tried to make it better, but this class needs serious help. Justin has made me aware that he is going to Ludington Schools next year. Which is a big step up. I would know, I used to go to Traverse city catholic. Anyway, I want to inform you and Justin that if he ever needs help, email me and I will help him. He 's a good kid and make sure he stays that way." I haven 't talked to Mr.Prokes since last school year. It 's rough when you don 't have their email, Facebook, or number. It 's rough when you want to talk to someone you know and love and you can 't. It 's rough when your only friend is no where to be seen. It 's rough when your only friend was family. It 's ok now, I 'm out of the dark, I 've found that my friends were teachers, but I don 't have friends Ive got family, and that 's exactly what Mr.Prokes was to me, family. The reason he 's family to me is because he never gave up hope, and most important of all, he
Family: You Never Know What You Have Until it is Gone Throughout the memoir “A Long Way Gone”, Ishmael told how he lost his family in war, through this experience he realized that his family is crucial to his happiness and well being, he also learned that he could form other family bonds with different people. “I wanted to see my family, even if it meant dying with them” (Beah 109). The definition of a family is not limited to blood relation, other loved ones can be family as well.
Medication issue: The CP addressed with Mrs. Navarro about the CP conversation with Dr. Freddie Marton with regards to Tyler’s medication regimen. The CP asked Mrs. Navarro if she is providing Tyler’s with his medication and her response was that she needs to do a refill and then she says, “Oh, I cannot find them since we are packing.” However, Tyler intervenes and stated that he knows where the medication is and based on Mrs. Navarro reaction, she appeared stunned. Tyler left the living room and returned with the bottle at which appears to be full. The CP glazed at Mrs. Navarro reaction and she immediately stated that she will start giving him his medication and will also considered the school nurse providing Tyler with his medication at the school.
Long ago, about 2000 years, when King Herod ruled Judea (now part of Israel), God sent the angel Gabriel to a young woman who lived in the northern town of Nazareth. The girl's name was Mary and she was engaged to marry Joseph. The Christmas Story - Gabriel visiting Mary The angel Gabriel said to Mary: 'Peace be with you! God has blessed you and is pleased with you.'
“A true hero isn’t measured by the size of his strength, but by the strength of his heart” -Zeus My Michigan hero isn’t famous or perfect. But he has been by my side since the day I was born. Even if you are sick, you will always be there when I have band concerts, softball games, birthday parties, or just needing someone to pick me up from school. Dale Rochefort is my great grandfather. He was born on July 24, 1936 in Garden, Michigan.
When he was able to return to school, he had trouble keeping up with the other student and would often receive failing or low grades. He had only achieved a third-grade reading level at the age of 16. He had a rough time in the school environment and was a victim of harsh bullying during his adolescent
My personal Michigan hero is my seventh grade social studies teacher, Ms. Dokter. Though I am not a personal friend of hers, per say, she had a tremendous impact on my life. She made me laugh, told me that I could do whatever I put my mind to, and was an amazing educator. Seventh grade was tough for me at times. I was at a new school, and it seemed like everyone knew what they were doing except me.
Upon my return, I expected to resume going to the school’s campus and only be half online. This wasn’t what happened, however. “We live too far away now. I can’t drive you so far every day.” My mom had said when I asked her about my returning to school.
My Michigan Hero “You never know until you try” that 's what my brothers always tell me when they think I should try something new. My oldest brother Jacques is 23 years old and just graduated from Michigan State University and is now attending grad school, my second oldest brother Jaquil is 21 years old and is a Senior at Western Michigan and finally my third oldest brother Jessiah is 16 years old and is a junior in high school at Jackson High School. The reason my brothers inspire me is because they teach me new things that they learned. One way my brothers inspire me is they always motivate me to get better and are always confident in me. Ways they motivate me to get better is because they always tell me I can do better or they say they can do better than that.
Dear minister, I am writing to you today today to present you with some facts in order to convince you as to why Shakespeare’s, “A Midsummer Night's Dream”, must be studied by Australian school students. I believe you should take a Midsummer Night's Dream into consideration for inclusion in the English curriculum as features many themes and as its major theme is love which may capture the attention of high school age students since they are going through a time of their life when love begins to become more important thing to them which they may not understand like the characters in this story. I believe it teaches students valuable lessons that they would benefit from such as love’s difficulty and that love is more than skin deep. Taking into
Family gives everyone the love and support needed to have more meaning in life. Every family does not have to be connected by blood. Family can be created by caring strongly for one another. Ishmael Beah had a big family that consisted of his birth parents, two brothers and his friend Talloi. During the war, Ishmael was separated from his family.
Everyone has different interpretations on learning how to think, But I believe that David Foster Wallace’s is the closest from the commencement speech he delivered called “This is Water” his definition of “Learning how to think” is how learning is being able to exercise some control on what or how you think. Out of the whole speech that part where he speaks about it is what really grabbed my attention. Why? Because it takes me back to my sophomore year in high school and how that was the year I had decided to have a more positive outlook view towards school or in general rather than having negative ones. Further explaining my sophomore year before that I would always give up so easily when I wouldn’t understand the material, so I would just
Ever since I arrived at the high school, there has been one man that was my teacher, coach and friend when I needed one. This is coming from a person you really wouldn’t expect to be be this person in your life. Coach Minnich, Mr. Minnich, Ryan Minnich, (only off school grounds). The high school life has been a struggle, but he has made it a little easier. I met Coach Minnich the first day of football practice freshman year.
The first thing that comes to my mind when I think of family is my mom. Now, you may ask, “Why not just your entire family?” Well, that’s because she supports me more than anyone in my family. She wants what is best for me and tries to lead me towards the best direction she can point me to.
Through all the tough and terrible situations a person may be wrapped up in your family is usually the group of people you can go to, and get the best most helpful advice. In my family I have certain people that I can automatically go to and tell them my problems without being judged, and I always get the best advice. People in your family are the people you keep closest to you because they are blood, and they’re not friends that come and go. They are blood and will always be apart of you and want nothing but the best for you. People in a family that give the best advice are the ones who have gone through so many battles in their life because they know what it takes to overcome them.
One's family can be all different shapes, sizes, and colors, It doesn't matter what you look like on the outside... It's what's on the inside that really matters. I believe that if you stay beside me through thick, and thin, you never betray me or my trust then you are apart of my family. Like I said it doesn't matter if you're related to me or not... if you have my trust and you don't mess that up then you are apart of my life. But it works in the same way for as of