This is another great attribute to San Tan Foothills. Your teachers, not only teach you and help you learn the subjects needed to get to college and to get a fantastic job, they seem like your friends. We can joke around and also have respect at the same time. These teachers have so much care and love for their students. It makes San Tan Foothills a fun and easy going school to go to.
Activist Malcolm X once said, “Education is the passport to the future”. His statement has been extended in the views of society as people continue to link education with success in life. To reach this goal a list of mandatory classes have been created in schools. Those in favor of conformity support mandatory classes because each student has an equal opportunity to learn the same content as their peers. However, conformity results in a similar educational track for all students.
As a renowned research institution, UW-Madison will allow me the scholarly space and academic rigor to focus on my interest in child, youth and family areas, as well as aging areas, while allowing me to grow and be challenged. I have read plenty of positive comments that are made by the students who are currently enrolled in the school that make me believe in the school of Social Work will be the best place to let me grow academically, professionally, and
Student teaching has fanned the fire of my passion for being a teacher and been a light onto the path of how to become the best I can be. Reflecting on each experience, the successful and the not so successful, has encouraged me to continue to persevere and grow from these challenges. Not only did I discover a great deal about teaching but I also learned a great deal about myself. I was able to surpass all the challenges that I have faced.
I have leadership skills that are portrayed at school, at church and at after school activities. I also should be in it because of my strong character and how I can work in a team. I have never gotten a MRI or an ODR, always thinking about helping others and cheering them up. Also I try to be a good influence on everyone by behaving and being gentle. Also, I like helping my team and treating everyone equally.
All my life I had always loved to help others and set an example. I believe that community service through the program National Honor Society, has greatly impacted my life by showing me how I can put my underlying motivation and cast a full fire of passion. I have always loved to teach and motivate others to try their hardest in school to achieve something above of their expectations. From my love of teaching, tutoring and trying to help understand in "student talk" has always been a strong point to show how rewording something can greatly impact a student's understanding which is all worthwhile. I always make sure to keep my grades up and dedicate time to studying and persevering which has influenced others around me to follow my path to achievement.
One of the most memorable experiences that I have had at Prairie Ridge was my participation in a group for new students organized by two great counselors: Mr. Dusenske and Mrs. Berg. I am very thankful for this experience because I was able to become comfortable and happy at Prairie Ridge alongside other students with whom I could empathize. Furthermore, without the encouragement and kindness from my peers or the PR staff, I would not have felt the desire to succeed , nor would I have stepped out of my comfort zone to do
The day I secured a job as a teacher, I knew to make a difference no matter how small. I had to change the mind-sets of the children I taught. I taught and always sought to encourage those girls and boys who were influenced by these enforced gender roles. I encouraged my kids to write stories in order to express their ideas and
We all try to help each other with problems that we have relating to our futures, like looking at colleges and getting good grades through studying together and tutoring each other. At the same time, we help each other have fun and realize that life should be full of quality times with the people you love and shouldn’t always be so serious. I believe that it is important to have friends that care about you because they can help you in all kinds of situations and impact your life
Upward Bound has taught me so many valuable lessons and how to manage my time wisely. The people that helped me at school and club have made me want to further my education and come back with a college degree. Mr.Hardeman showing me what hard work can do for you and pursue your goals. This is why I want to further my schooling and make all of these people proud and show them that accomplish everything they believe I can
I learned about the program through friends and decided to sign up. It was an amazing experience. As a Student Ambassador, my confidence grew and I loved meeting the prospective new students and showing them around campus. My self esteem also grew more because I no longer was shy, I loved giving tours and helping the students in any way I could have. Also, this semester, I submitted a poem to the Creative Outlet.
As a co-leader for the Greater Bethesda AMSA chapter, I work to support the professional goals of the NIH post-baccalaureate fellows through hosting panel discussions, group meetings regarding the professional school application process, and organizing mock interviews. In addition, I organize community and volunteer opportunities such as Kids Enjoy Exercise Now. It is fulfilling to witness students gain valuable knowledge and support while navigating through the application process. Working as an officer for AMSA has taught me the value of being a co-leader, that is working with other leaders to achieve a common goal and how to plan events based on the needs of the student community.
Furthermore, the Peer Advisor community helped demonstrate our concern for our students through our numerous activities that we planned outside of the classroom. The Peer Advisors organized many outings for our students. This time with them allowed us to connect on a more personal basis, and allow us to talk to them about their college transition. Being a Peer Advisor has been so rewarding in that it has allowed me to care and concern for these students as they settle into their journey at
I also realized you can learn just as much from watching as doing. As I prepare for college, I will carry this into being a better student to my professors. Finally, I am grateful for the huge support system that helped me accomplish my goal. My CORHA family, my mother and father, sisters, and friends were always there for advice and support; this is a blessing that is beyond any price tag. This is only one experience in my horse world that will help me later in life, and I cannot even imagine how much these experiences will truly impact