This year, on the other hand, their are 20 enthusiastic members compared to last year’s 15. The team, due to multiple days and hours of practice, gets to bond and know each and every member personally. The members become really close with each other that we treat everyone as our sisters and brother. And the friendship that builds, even extends pass through the high school experience as I saw from members that graduated.
October 2016 I obtain my bachelors degree in business administration. While I was in school, I wanted to continue to work with the youth in the community. So my sister and I created a dance team that is consist of girl ages 6-18. Our dance team is located in Lake City. Dance is an activity that allow the girls to express themselves through
The transition from childhood to adulthood occurs when an individual is able to recognize the impact he or she can leave upon their community, gaining life skills doing so. An accomplishment that marked my transition from childhood to adulthood, would be best demonstrated by the process and completion of a leadership responsibility when I performed my Eagle Scout Project. I joined the scouting program when I was very young, and have been very active since ever. Becoming an Eagle Scout has many challenges that a young Boy Scout must undertake, including the completion of a community-based project, which is an important step in obtaining this notable rank. The Eagle Scout Project is designed for the scout to learn different leadership responsibilities.
Not only do these clubs recognize academic excellence, they also provide many opportunities for community service. Blood drives, food drives and Operation Christmas Child are only a few of the projects that we participate in throughout the year. I am
I became the president of this club in 2015, and have continued to be selected as the president each year since. During my time as president of this club, many conflicts have arisen, and have taught me how important it is to communicate and be open to what others have to say. This could contribute to the Baird community by allowing me to reach out to others when they are in conflict in order to help them resolve it, along with helping me be open to constructive criticism to be able to grow. Another experience that I feel represents what the Baird community represents was when I volunteered for a year at my school as a teacher's aide in a special needs adaptive physical education class. In this class, I helped students with physical and mental disabilities learn how to overcome their
I founded CAVS 4 VETS after my dad and I had the honor of hosting several veterans from the Wounded Warrior project on our deer lease. After my time with them, I knew my teammates and I could do something to give back to these veterans and others that fought and sacrificed for our freedoms. Lake Travis High School strongly encourages community service, but I wanted to start something that directly benefits our Central Texas Veterans. Cavs 4
Since the initial club, the organization has grown to 4.8 million kids in more than 4,000 clubs. Their mission is “to enable all young people, especially those who need us most to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.” They also believe in the benefits of creating a safe and fun learning environment for children of all ages as well as “enhancing the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging, and influence.” The many programs offered, are designed to aid in overall growth, education, and the importance of a well rounded lifestyle. Thanks to the Boys and Girls Club, life-changing opportunities are being offered to kids all across the
One of the many benefits of the middle school model is that being part of a team forms a bond between the teachers and students. “The team and their students truly become a community of learners.” (Kellough & Kellough, 2008, pg 8) In order for a team to be successful teams must provide tools to help students grow. (Erb, T. O, 2006, pg 5)
September 8th is the day that I will forever remember. Under the shining lights on the Ramapo turf, the Raiders were having their way with us like we didn’t even belong on the field with them. At halftime, it was 21-7 and I told myself that we were not starting the season off 0-1. On the field during a halftime that felt like an hour, the energy on our sideline was dead. Everyone moping around thinking that they were going to put up another 21 points just to run the clock so we could get out of there, but not me.
TNSCTP Scholarship Letter Athlete: Madelynn Weas Madelynn has been voted President of Str8 Shooters Clay Team by her teammates for the last 2 years. She fills the role perfectly with her drive for knowledge, she has been in a leadership roll for years as a 4H Honors/Allstar member. I think that this has helped her perfect her pursuit through coaching or mentoring shotgun sports with SCTP. I can always rely on her to work with me on our new and upcoming youth, her form and stance will always be textbook, this seems to help the youth understand what goal we are working towards. She could and will pursue the roll of coaching to the next level in the future.
We are currently partnered with Franklin University, Columbus State Community College, and Battelle. The place most in need of support is our FTC team, First Tech Challenge. As a team our main message is _________s. In the past, our sister-team at Metro Early College High School has had great success in their First Robotics Challenges, making it to the World Championships
“The Salt Brook students loved having the high school students at school,” Mrs. Reiling mentioned, “They enjoyed playing games in the gym with them and the High School students were amazing during the field events, they were enthusiastic and participatory. All of the students that came had lots of energy and helped make the events run smoothly. It helped so much, I’m not sure if things would have run as well without
The team was lead by captains Nic Jeffries and Andrew Morrison whom the coach said “brought the team together”. The captains always made sure that the team was following routine and doing the correct warm-up and stretching before coach Dornan was there. As a whole, the coach believes that “the boys should be recognized” for what they have achieved and how they were.