Mr. Curry, It was an absolute pleasure meeting with you yesterday to discuss admission into the Kinkaid School for the next school year. It was great to hear a little bit more about Kinkaid 's focus, learn about the school’s rich legacy, and it’s mission to educate students holistically. Thank you for taking the time out of your schedule to discuss with me how my academic strengths, educational pursuits, and commitment to leadership and service can be valuable assets when paired with the Kinkaid School. I know that The Kinkaid experience can never be compared or duplicated, so once again, thanks for allowing me to be apart of your school day. I hope to hear from you soon!
I am confident that after my presentation was over everyone in the class would be able to make their own lava lamp. Firstly, my introduction went very well. I believe I was able to draw them in by relating to them while also gaining credibility. To start off, I tried to relate the project to them. I figured most college-aged students have had a tough time babysitting a kid at some point in their life.
I finally came to terms that I had to attend that school no matter what. I anticipated that it would be fairly easy to make friends because all the other kids were experiencing a big change as well. However, on the first day of school, I only made a few acquaintances. I felt very disappointed in myself and told myself that tomorrow will be a better day. As a result, I began to socialize more and I had the best friend group anyone could ask for.
Coming back, I thought of how it all went, nothing terrible happened, I thought to myself. The first day was actually fun, meeting friends I haven’t seen in two months, the feeling of excitement was brought back to me as nothing was stressful about that day. As I returned home I thought of what I discovered that day, everything wasn’t so bad. Although this was only the beginning, everything was bound to get harder with tests, homework, and all of those
My dad had a fulfilling childhood especially with having a house with __ older siblings. In elementary school my dad was exposed to different cultures of his other classmates so he was learning something new everyday. School life seemed to always be good for him. He was very popular in school, had good academics and he was very respectful to his teachers. He was still mischievous at times but knew his limit.
I decided to be a chaperone for Kaitlyn’s class. Being a chaperone, I was able to play games with the kids and enjoy loving children. Kaitlyn interacts with the kids very well; she was polite, open-hearted, and played with everyone. I went to go get my face painted with this Kaitlyn’s classmate, and she would get the same face paint we had and ask, “can we take a selfie together?” Of course, I took the selfie, and Kaitlyn and her classmate went right back along to playing. I would take her Kaitlyn and her classmate to the classroom so we all can hydrate, and Kaitlyn would help by passing out the water.
I was met by a warm, welcoming face that led me to the seat at the center.It was an assurance for me, a strength to take on the journey that has only begun. A lot of years had passed, yet the memory of my very first day at school is still vivid. Today, I look back on that experience as one of the best of my life. If without for my teachers who guided me, I would have not reach the fullest extent of my potentials. Grasha, A.
I want to play for Mitty and be part of the Mitty heritage of camaraderie and success. I know several people that have graduated from Mitty and they all have nothing but great experiences from their high school years. Those people were confident and grounded. When I went to shadow at Mitty on December 2nd, the people there were so nice and friendly, which made me feel like I was a part of
For example, I volunteered at the Convoy of Hope in the fall of last year. I also did some volunteer work at the First Lego League tournaments for Nevada’s local elementary schools. I have demonstrated leadership in school in multiple projects and events, such as the Multicultural Fest. I show leadership in school by taking responsibility and making sure we stay on course. Some of my strengths as a roommate are that I am a very understanding and laid back person.
The day seems like will be a pretty good day. I was in my school. The classes were finished for the day. That day we had quizzes and and the professor we let out soon. I was wit my friends we were laughing, talking, and joking .When I arrive to my home, my parents told me that we can move to USA to get our resident and also to study.