In her early life, she was influenced by her father when it came to learning. As a young girl, she had many childhood events and a great education that impacted her life. Born in White Sulphur, WV, she was like a walking and talking robot. Her parents were a huge contribution to her success. Her father wanted her to have such a good education that he moved to a different school.
A natural leader if you would say so. She was never really sure what she wanted to do or get involved in while she was going through school. When she got old enough she decided she wanted to live somewhere steady so she moved in with her aunt and uncle in Sylvania, Georgia. Her parents shortly after got deployed so it wasn't a hard adjustment at first. She attended school at Screven County High School and decided to try out for the cheerleading squad.
She has a positive attitude about school and loves to learn. As a mother, I am thankful for the teachers that have poured into her life. In the same way, I want to be a positive influence to my students. A big idea that stood out to me while reading Choose Words is that “Children in our classrooms are becoming literate.
Carrie has earned the title for most effective citizen of the 20th century. She came from a small town in Oklahoma and started singing as a very young girl. She graduated high school, went to college, won American Idol, then went back to college to finish getting her degree. She has won many awards over the years and continues being a very talented musician. Carrie encourages you to never give up and always try your hardest, no matter who you are or where you came from.
In 2012 I survived Hurricane Sandy. Since I just started first grade I was scared, especially when the electricity went out. We didn’t have electricity for 8 days. It was very hard for us because it was the first time going through a situation like this. But we kept on trying. Most of the nights I and my family would go in our car and check if there is any damage. Basically for the 8 days. I and my brothers made up games and did stuff in our note books. Luckily we didn’t too much damage for hose 8 days. We don’t have school for that period. Finally after 8 days we got the electricity and everything going back as normal. We are lucky because nothing was damaged at our
Marilise has accomplished many things in her life; a varsity letter, advanced classes, and has traveled the world. She is compassionate, loves working with others, and is looks forward to her daily ventures. Marilise is a well-rounded person with a multitude of talents. She has the experience and determination to find success during difficult times. She has a bright future ahead and if she continues to work hard there is no telling how far she can go with the talent and passion
The Galveston Hurricane hit close to home for me. I have not lived in Texas all of my life. I am a part of a military family, therefore, have moved around my whole life. One state I lived in was Florida. I connect to the lives of those who lost homes and family because I have been a part of that. I found the incredible engineering that took place after the hurricane interesting. Leaders stepped up and fixed problems in multiple ways. A wall was built and the government created progress out of disaster. This piece of history is something I will keep with me because of their triumphs coming out of a disaster.
As Simone said, “ today do what other won't so tomorrow you can accomplish what others can't.” Simone Biles had a tough childhood but with a lot of hard work she became the gymnast she is today. Simone Biles was tough but she had a really tough childhood and school life. Simone Biles was homeschooled at 13 because she had been adopted by her grandfather because her mom was a drug addict. Her grandmother Nelie her adopted mom homeschooled her so Simone could do more gymnastics.
By showing that she can do that she is setting examples that anyone can do anything they just have to put in the work and never give up not matter what. Like Katherine Johnson known as the woman who loved to count, she also had many other wonderful things in her life like being a wife ,mother, and a right to freedom in history. Her life has inspired many young women around the world to stand for what they want in life and don't hold back and also respect people and make sure they respect
She didn’t apologize for it and she didn’t feel ashamed. All she wanted was to have fun in whatever way it struck her. She was sensitive, she was proud…. She had a real zest for life. As a performer, she could make you fall in love, she could break your heart.
One-hundred and fifty students stared out at the audience, heaving after singing their final note at the All-State Honor Choir Conference. Among those kids was Janie Hawkins, a five-foot-two, singing powerhouse. All state choir is focused on learning music and perfecting skills, so when Janie got in, she received music at home before the “conference.” She and other students tried out in September, received the music and then stayed in Eugene, Oregon. After two days of practicing for the performance with her choir peers, Janie and the choir finally did the performance and had to say goodbye to their new-found friends at the Eugene Hult Center.